NOTE: Since so much is happening so quickly I decided to post some germane links pertaining to the most recent post.
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At least nine nuclear reactors in the path of #HurricaneFlorence are being prepared for the same kinds of storm surges that destroyed the Japanese Fukushima plant in 2011 https://t.co/KFBQUJrmx5— TicToc by Bloomberg (@tictoc) September 12, 2018
We were just talking about Fukushima.
As Hurricane Florence approaches, farmers and environmentalists are worried about the fate of hundreds of open-air manure lagoons. https://t.co/r2CzHzQC1H— NPR (@NPR) September 12, 2018
I'm not a Flatter or anything but does that curvature look noticeably off to anyone else? At that arc Florence would have to be the size of Canada. pic.twitter.com/4Qo3qhU09P— The Secret Sun Speaks (@SecretSunBlog) September 11, 2018
Someone said it was because of the fisheye lens used for the image. They better not say that around any Flatters.
Fearing destructive quake, California considers list of buildings likely to collapse... https://t.co/zOMkzQ1Ucv— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) September 12, 2018
I'm not entirely comfortable with the wave of "OK, how do we minimize our losses?" articles popping in the past few days when it comes to California and earthquakes. I'm very much getting a sick feeling that something is known and not being said.
See if you agree with me.
A new study argues that the federal government is glaringly exposed to earthquake risk and should be taking steps to protect itself — and American taxpayers — from the next big one. https://t.co/c3aOPrTFFE— NYT National News (@NYTNational) September 11, 2018
I have two rules when it comes to the media: never pay attention to what is being said. Pay attention to what is being done.
And always--always-- follow the money.
Only 13 percent of homeowners have it. Fewer than 1 in 10 commercial buildings do. When the next big earthquake strikes California, experts say, most of the state will be without insurance. https://t.co/3ryfUdqz38— NYT National News (@NYTNational) September 4, 2018
Scientists are testing earthquake apps that can help give west coast residents time to take safety measures.https://t.co/78KkvhYvBM— Download.com (@DownloadNow) September 6, 2018
From @broshea91 #California #Oregon #Washington #earthquake #weather #naturaldisaster #safety #precaution #ThursdayThoughts
"What is being done."
Fears are mounting that the catastrophic “Big One” earthquake could rip through California https://t.co/17HsK6gmfl— New York Post (@nypost) August 23, 2018
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) August 29, 2018
Calif braces for earthquake that some scientists say is overdue; a "big one" could devastate America's biggest state https://t.co/d2bvGVyJRR— West Wing Reports (@WestWingReport) August 28, 2017
— The Secret Sun Speaks (@SecretSunBlog) September 11, 2018
Yet another known wolf with a terminal case of Amybishopitis. Man, the System's cracks must be the size of the Grand Canyon by now. https://t.co/JOyg8Q5yIi
Shoes and socks. Peanut butter and jelly. Salt and pepper. Sugar and spice. Milk and honey. Mass shootings and NASA symbolism.
In ancient times, Sibyls would travel around and sing their prophecies in different cities. In other words, THEY WENT ON TOUR. pic.twitter.com/mBb0X7BQ5l— The Secret Sun Speaks (@SecretSunBlog) September 11, 2018
I mean, what can I even say any more? You either accept it or remain in denial.
I'll take "2018 in a dozen words or less for $500, Alex" pic.twitter.com/R4oyBGmXqV— The Secret Sun Speaks (@SecretSunBlog) September 10, 2018
That headline reads like a National Lampoon parody of some far-flung future world when everything has gone haywire.