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Oh shit,Oregon now shaking
Sunny
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RE: Oh shit,Oregon now shaking
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geminigirl  Wrote: (04-12-2012 05:58 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-12-2012 05:42 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-12-2012 05:16 PM)
Very nice link, I live in Salem OR. Always figured we would lose some bridges when the Cascadia Subduction Fault gives way in an 8 or 9 magnitude quake. We are +/- 50 years overdue or due for one.
Good (or bad) to know we will lose most bridges.
Suppose I should plan my evacuation route with the knowledge that few if any bridges will be left in original condition.

I like your AV btw, very cool.

In the event of a 8 or 9 magnitude quake better figure on all the bridges being out if they are damaged or not, because ODOT will close all bridges until they have been inspected and are deemed structurally sound and safe to use.

Wow, I had never thought of that. Good to know!

This is why you need to make sure you have enough provisions for several days providing your house hasn't been leveled.
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geminigirl
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Post: #92
RE: Oh shit,Oregon now shaking
Sunny  Wrote: (04-12-2012 06:08 PM)
geminigirl  Wrote: (04-12-2012 05:58 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-12-2012 05:42 PM)
In the event of a 8 or 9 magnitude quake better figure on all the bridges being out if they are damaged or not, because ODOT will close all bridges until they have been inspected and are deemed structurally sound and safe to use.

Wow, I had never thought of that. Good to know!

This is why you need to make sure you have enough provisions for several days providing your house hasn't been leveled.

I have food preps, but thankfully I'm on the east coast in an area with very few bridges.

The info on all this looks like the whole area is a case of a "perfect storm" if a big one hits because of the infrastructure of the towns/cities there.

Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please. - Mark Twain
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counter knowledge
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04-12-2012 06:19 PM

 



Post: #93
RE: Oh shit,Oregon now shaking
Black H@t  Wrote: (04-12-2012 02:40 AM)
Mt. Fuji is melting its snow

Though it was the season when Mt. Fuji has the most snow, snow is already disappearing.

Think there's a doom prophecy about that.
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Mark in Oregon
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Post: #94
RE: Oh shit,Oregon now shaking
geminigirl  Wrote: (04-12-2012 05:58 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-12-2012 05:42 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-12-2012 05:16 PM)
Very nice link, I live in Salem OR. Always figured we would lose some bridges when the Cascadia Subduction Fault gives way in an 8 or 9 magnitude quake. We are +/- 50 years overdue or due for one.
Good (or bad) to know we will lose most bridges.
Suppose I should plan my evacuation route with the knowledge that few if any bridges will be left in original condition.

I like your AV btw, very cool.

In the event of a 8 or 9 magnitude quake better figure on all the bridges being out if they are damaged or not, because ODOT will close all bridges until they have been inspected and are deemed structurally sound and safe to use.

Wow, I had never thought of that. Good to know!

Actually, after a quake of that magnitude it would probably take a week, more or less, for ODOT to really do anything, amidst all the chaos.
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DominaDesire
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04-12-2012 09:56 PM

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RE: Oh shit,Oregon now shaking
Scream1
My parents are there now I rang and told them to go home early but they won't

I know your place, do you?

And yes i remembered to change My avatar again
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ghostangel
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Post: #96
RE: Oh shit,Oregon now shaking
seismic  Wrote: (04-12-2012 09:56 AM)
ghostangel  Wrote: (04-12-2012 06:14 AM)
Guess it won't be long before CA falls into the oceanEndSrjceahdHiding3

That'll be the day I go back to Annandale!chuckle

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgWWliZHjtI

Haha
Love that song.
Jhikpghf
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Aquarius
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Post: #97
RE: Oh shit,Oregon now shaking
seismic  Wrote: (04-12-2012 09:55 AM)
This isn't too uncommon for this area, although this is larger than usual. About every 2 years there is a 6 range quake, while 5 range occurs about once a season.

There has been speculation about an undersea volcano here, but I have never heard any confirmation of this.

That said...gonna be in Seaside, OR this weekend!!doomed

I would NOT want to be in Seaside when a tsunami hits the Oregon coast! Very flat area ... No where to run!

Hiding

"Detest what is evil, cling to what is good." Romans 12:2
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Post: #98
RE: Oh shit,Oregon now shaking
counter knowledge  Wrote: (04-12-2012 06:19 PM)
Black H@t  Wrote: (04-12-2012 02:40 AM)
Mt. Fuji is melting its snow

Though it was the season when Mt. Fuji has the most snow, snow is already disappearing.

Think there's a doom prophecy about that.

In 1990 Japanese directer Akira Kurosawa released his thought provoking film "Dreams." Kurosawa claimed that the eight short skits in the film were based on actual dreams of his. One skit is called "Mount Fuji in Red." This dream depicts Japan having a nuclear meltdown from a nuclear power plant. The prophetic relevance is painfully chilling. A woman, seeing the end of life coming, says, "They told us the nuclear power plants were safe...no accidents, no danger. That's what they told us. What liars!"
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Aquarius
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-12-2012 05:16 PM)
geminigirl  Wrote: (04-12-2012 04:43 PM)
Here's a short read about some of the concerns (bridges, liquefaction, etc.) for a large earthquake in this area.
http://oregonstate.edu/ua/ncs/archives/2...e-planning

Very nice link, I live in Salem OR. Always figured we would lose some bridges when the Cascadia Subduction Fault gives way in an 8 or 9 magnitude quake. We are +/- 50 years overdue or due for one.
Good (or bad) to know we will lose most bridges.
Suppose I should plan my evacuation route with the knowledge that few if any bridges will be left in original condition.

I like your AV btw, very cool.

There are still some ferries in use on several of the Oregon rivers. It would be prudent to get familiar with escape routes that make use of the ferry crossings.

Heartflowers

"Detest what is evil, cling to what is good." Romans 12:2
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Post: #100
RE: Oh shit,Oregon now shaking
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/

Real-time Earthquake Map which shows plate lines..
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Wig Police
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Post: #101
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Is Jeff Rense's wig OK?
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