A Major Earthquake in North America Imminent?

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March 17, 2011 by esarsea

Yes, the following is from Fox News…but I am familiar with Jim Berkland, and have been aware of his uncanny earthquate predictions for quite some time.

Check out this video, and watch it through to the end.

Is it our turn next?

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14 thoughts on “A Major Earthquake in North America Imminent?

  1. torqdog says:

    Stu, isn’t the tectonic plate subduction in your neck of the woods identical to Japan’s? Yep, it sure is and that’s why you have all those Volcanos up there and they say that a large quake offshore would quite likely produce a monster Tsunami similar to what they just experienced across the ocean. I saw a show on Natgeo some time ago and the scientists were digging around in the dirt and determined that there have been giant earthquakes that generated monster tsunamis up there in the recent past (200 to 300 years ago IIRC). I hope you and Maryanne have thought of some sort of contigency plan should the worst occur. You know the old Boy Scout motto ……… “Be prepared”.

    BTW; I tried watching the video you linked to but it seems there were two voicetracks going simultaneously so I couldn’t watch it. Maybe it will be fixed tomorrow. That damned Fox news!!! Sheesh!

  2. Stu says:

    Here’s the same clip on youtube

    And a different but similar news clip from the same guy

  3. Becky says:

    I was thinking about you, Stu, and Joanie, when they spoke of waves and possible radiation reaching the West Coast. I have a friend in Kirkland as well. I haven’t watched the video yet, but according to the geothermal picture, y’all are in the danger zone. Maybe you’ll be spared during the Rapture. Sorry, I’m in a bit of a smart ass mood. It’s Friday. I know we need to get a little more prepared for emergency situations in our own home, beyond fire and tornado drills, and spare water bottles.

  4. Bill says:

    Here’s a thing or two about Berkland: He’s had a couple of predictions that were within days of an event, but he’s had lots and lots of predictions that were so vague, no one could tell if they came true.

    Wiki:
    “Interviewed on Fox News in March 2011, Berkland predicted an earthquake for sometime between March 19 and March 26, 2011. He cited as factors the highest tides in 18 years and the proximity of the moon, suggesting that the quake will most likely strike on Saturday, March 19, 2011.[5]”

    That didn’t happen on Saturday, did it? I missed it it if it did. Only 4 more days to. . . some kind of geologic event that will be so minor that it will go unnoticed by everyone without a seismic monitoring station in their backyard.

    In fact, Berkland hasn’t had a prediction that played out in a way that can be verified since the Loma Prieta in 1988. Including his frequent predictions on (o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-weeeeeeee–o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o) Art Bell.

    But I don’t care about that. You can get this same info from the U S Geological Survey and you don’t have to watch Fox to see it through a prism of “How Can We Blame Barry Obama For This?”

    earthquake.usgs.gov/recenteqsww/

    • Stu says:

      Dammit I was just going to give you all kinds of grief for quoting FOX as your source (be it VIA Wiki or not) but then you pulled the rug out from underneath me at the end!!!

  5. Bill says:

    But while I say all that, I think he’s right-on to look at tectonic plates, naturally, AND tides. It’s just logical, the way petroleum companies can cause faults to slip “frakking” the subterraneum landscape to recover more oil and gas.

    And there, we have another “stupid” challenge: O’Reilly, the Big Bopper of Fox, thinks God causes the tides, not the moon. And we scratch our collective heads about why Fox viewers are considered the least well-informed news viewers in the country.

    As far as anything Berkland has to say, I live short of 1/2 mile from the Wasatch Fault, the rock monster that has been active every 1,300 years and it’s been, well, 1,300 years since the last event! And when this baby goes, it uplifts mountains. That’s how the 100 mile-long range of 10,000 foot-peaked mountains called the Wasatch Front (like the tectonic Cascades incubating mountains) was formed, by this fault going ballistic in a 1,300 year cycle.

    • Stu says:

      Speaking of O’Reilly’s comments (got a link for that one?) I subscribe to Google alerts for Monsanto and received a link to this article referencing Glenn Beck’s thoughts today, which included:

      “…After an hour of drawing conclusions in black and white crayon, Beck told us that we’d transgressed God’s vengeful sensibilities and, therefore, mankind once again reaped the creator’s justifiable, Old Testament-like wrath…this time in the form of homicidal earthquakes. It would seem that, according to the Gospel of Glenn, the Japanese died because of our sins.”

      http://my.firedoglake.com/jpsottile/2011/03/20/glenn-becks-moment-of-truth/

  6. Bill says:

    Yeah, here’s your link: http://crooksandliars.com/david-neiwert/bill-oreilly-thinks-tides-are-proof-

    Ignore the author’s comments and just read the show transcripts. He obviously doesn’t care for O’Reilly and C & L is a left-center site.

    Here’s O’Reilly himself talking to the camera about what he meant when he said that. It’s comedy gold, in small letters.

    • torqdog says:

      I dunno Bill ……. I watched that and I can understand where he’s coming from even though I’m not at all religious. People who believe in God as the creator truly believe that stuff and are no more “freaks” than those who believe otherwise. Bottom line is that until someone comes back from death and reports his or her findings, we’ll never TRULY know what is and what isn’t. I tend to leave religion out of my fun times free for all because it gets too personal and until we have real proof, I just tend to live and let live. Maybe I’m the anomaly as I see many comedians like Bill Maher who pretty much make a carreer out of bashing religious folk which of course means that there’s a market for that kind of stuff.

      • Bill says:

        I don’t care for Maher’s prosecution of religion for the most part. Surprisingly for conservatives and Christians, Maher goes after Muslim activists on camera about how Islam is not a peaceful religion taken over by radicals and misinterrpreted, but is a violent, out-of-touch with contemporary humanity-religion. He stands there in a subway with a Islamic activist and takes the dude to task for his ridiuclous double-speak. And then invites himself into a truck-stop shack inb the South that’s been turned into a church for truck drivers and the results are entertaining, if not predictable.

  7. torqdog says:

    Here, I thought I’d add to your lunatic feeding frenzy with this little nugget of wisdom;

    http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/franklin-graham-japan-tsunami/2011/03/18/id/389996?s=al&promo_code=BE78-1

    It’s the end of the World I tell ya. But wait, that’s not supposed to happen until late next year!

    I’m soooooo confused! :-)

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