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Category Archives: earthquake
A severe earthquake is one of the most frightening and destructive phenomena of nature. An earthquake is a sudden, rapid shaking of the earth, caused by the breaking and shifting of subterranean rock. This is caused by strains that …Read More...
While doing some research on disasters in third world countries, I came across something called a Shelterbox. This is a box containing a shelter and assorted items to provide heat and cooking facilities after a disaster. The charity that provides …Read More...
The other day I watched Doomsday Preppers, in this episode they showed someone who was concerned about earthquakes. When they showed his storage area, there were many glass jars sitting on shelves that were unprotected. In an earthquake, these would …Read More...
In light of the earthquake on the east coast, I though now may be the time to post some reminders about earthquake safety.
• Drop, cover, and hold on. Move …Read More...
In case of an earthquake, fire, or gas leak it is important that you know how to turn off the natural gas at the meter. First know where your gas meter is located. If you live in an apartment there …Read More...
There are many different types of extinguishers, but today I plan …Read More...
Take a look at the interview on between Neil Cavuto and James Berkland. Berkland is geologist who has an amazing record of predicting earthquakesRead More...
While the nuclear and humanitarian situation in Japan continues to get worst, I am hopeful that it will not cause any major problems in the United States. But there are lessons to be learned.
1. As they say in real …Read More...
A few minutes ago I spoke to a Japanese friend of mine, who has been in contact with family in Japan. He said that other than food and water, the biggest demand was for the large size hand warmers like …Read More...
Do your loved ones know what to do after an earthquake? A lot of us have not taken the time to show our families the necessary steps to take.
1. Know where the gas shut-off is located and how to …Read More...