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    Since the new board started, I will re-create the Earthquake SIGNS thread so you have some history from the past few years.

    Earthquakes are one of the signs that are mentioned related to the rapture...and I am tracking ONLY earthquakes over 7, for the benefit of those who are left behind and want to see history unfold.

    links:

    http://www.iris.edu/seismon/last30days.phtml (map showing recent earthquakes)

    http://www.iris.edu/seismon (List showing earthquakes)

    Matthew 24:5-7
    5 For many will come in My name, saying, ‘I am the Christ,’ and will deceive many. 6 And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. 7 For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places.

    Matthew 24:6
    And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.
    Matthew 24:5-7

    Mark 13:7
    But when you hear of wars and rumors of wars, do not be troubled; for such things must happen, but the end is not yet.
    Last edited by Architectlink; April 20th, 2007, 09:10 PM.

    Ask an unbeliever this simple question: Why is this year even called 2015, anyway?
    ...WHO is the standard measurement of all time in HIStory?

    2013 A.D.
    * Anno Domini - means "Anno Domini Nostri Iesu <Jesu> Christi ("In the Year of Our Lord Jesus")

  • #2
    4 Earthquakes Magnitude 7.0 & Greater So FAR in 2007
    1. 2007 01 13 04:23:21.1 46.243 154.524 10 8.1 East of the Kuril Islands
    2. 2007 01 21 11:27:45.0 1.065 126.282 22 7.5 Molucca Sea
    3. 2007 03 25 00:40:01.9 -20.622 169.346 35 7.1 Vanuatu
    4. 2007 04 01 20:39:57.6 -8.459 157.012 18 8.1 Solomon Islands

    11 Earthquakes Magnitude 7.0 & Greater in 2006
    1. 2006 01 02 7.4 East of the South Sandwich Islands
    2. 2006 01 02 7.2 Fiji Region
    3. 2006 01 27 97 7.6 Banda Sea
    4. 2006 02 22 7.0 Mozambique
    5. 2006 04 20 7.6 Koryakia, Russia
    6. 2006 05 03 8.0 Tonga
    7. 2006 05 16 7.4 Kermadec Islands Region
    8. 2006 07 17 7.7 South of Java, Indonesia
    9. 2006 08 20 7.0 Scotia Sea
    10. 2006 11 15 8.3 Kuril Islands
    11. 2006 12 26 7.1 Taiwan Region


    11 Earthquakes Magnitude 7.0 & Greater in 2005
    1. 2005 02 05 7.1 Celebes Sea
    2. 2005 03 02 7.1 Banda Sea
    3. 2005 03 28 8.6 Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
    4. 2005 06 13 7.8 Tarapaca, Chile
    5. 2005 06 15 7.2 Off the Coast of Northern California
    6. 2005 07 24 7.2 Nicobar Islands, India Region
    7. 2005 08 16 36 7.2 Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan
    8. 2005 09 09 7.6 New Ireland Region, P.N.G.
    9. 2005 09 26 7.5 Northern Peru
    10. 2005 10 08 7.6 Pakistan
    11. 2005 11 14 7.0 Off the East Coast of Honshu, Japan

    Ask an unbeliever this simple question: Why is this year even called 2015, anyway?
    ...WHO is the standard measurement of all time in HIStory?

    2013 A.D.
    * Anno Domini - means "Anno Domini Nostri Iesu <Jesu> Christi ("In the Year of Our Lord Jesus")

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    • #3
      Sorry to break in but REALLYYYYYYYYY glad to see you here!

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      • #4
        checking in today since it is 07/07/07--wow, what a year we have had.

        I will update the earthquake history

        Originally posted by architectlink
        Historically speaking, this is where we are with the earthquakes OVER 7 that I have been tracking here since 2003

        Originally Posted by architectlink

        Posting all earthquakes over mag 7 in 2007 thus far...
        1. 2007 8.1 East of the Kuril Islands
        2. 2007 7.5 Molucca Sea
        3. 2007 7.1 Vanuatu
        4. 2007 8.0 Solomon Islands


        Posting all 10 earthquakes over mag 7 in 2006 thus far...
        1. 2006 7.4 East of the South Sandwich Islands
        2. 2006 7.2 Fiji Region
        3. 2006 7.6 Banda Sea
        4. 2006 7.5 Mozambique
        5. 2006 7.7 Koryakia, Russia, 4 days after after Easter
        6. 2006 7.9 Tonga
        7. 2006 7.4 Kermadec Islands Region
        8. 2006 7.2 REVISED TO 7.7 SOUTH OF JAVA, INDONESIA
        9. 2006 7.0 Scotia Sea
        10. 2006 upgraded 8.3 Kuril Islands
        11. 2006 7.1 Taiwan

        Earthquakes Magnitude 7.0 and Greater in 2005
        11 in 2005 Plus several major hurricanes NOTE KATRINA AND RITA, WILMA **HURRICANES IN USA

        15 in 2004

        15 in 2003

        13 in 2002

        15 in 2001

        http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/eq_depot/2004/2004_stats.html

        Ask an unbeliever this simple question: Why is this year even called 2015, anyway?
        ...WHO is the standard measurement of all time in HIStory?

        2013 A.D.
        * Anno Domini - means "Anno Domini Nostri Iesu <Jesu> Christi ("In the Year of Our Lord Jesus")

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        • #5
          And y'all can't forget, the tsunamis that we have had in the last few years in various regions. Tsunamis are caused by underwater earthquakes that throw ocean water into massive waves.

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          • #6
            Due to the Earth's geology, I thought earthquakes were happening pretty much constantly. Isn't that how plate tectonics work?

            Not arguing, just seeking clarification.

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            • #7
              GREAT IDEA!!!

              GREAT POST!!!

              NOW I f you can do the same for floods and huricanes AND tornadoes

              try to go as far back as you can.

              If we see a definate, INCREASE in these things, it helps us to see the birth pangs.

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              • #8
                Earthquakes and Great earthquake

                Mattew 27 refers to how the earth shook at the time of Jesus' death, and that tombs opened.

                Revelation 6:12 speaks of a "great" earthquake at the 6th seal-terror!

                Many of the minor prophets speak of earthquakes.

                The book of Zechariah (the little revelation) makes reference to earthquakes past and an earthquake with respect to Jerusalem in chapter 11.

                Again Revelation 11: 13 refers to that earthquake in Jesusalem after the 2 witnesses are taken up to heaven.

                The Bible often ties earthquakes to powerful, and prophetic events.

                I think a major, or great earthquake(s) is (are) imminent, just as is , the Rapture of the Church.

                Let us all stay faithful, vigilantly watching and witnessing, doing His work as we work, be with our families, worship, resisting temptation, and just living life. God will take us home in His time, let us all hope and pray that it is soon!



                Blessings to all,

                TigerCat

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                • #9
                  Is something happening in Alaska? I get the USGS email updates on earthquakes, and my inbox was flooded with Alaska's Fox Island earthquakes. Some were over 6.0, this list doesn't include the recent big ones:
                  Local Time Magnitude Region
                  10:48 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.18 ML in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska
                  09:50 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.47 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  09:37 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 3.88 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  09:35 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 3.75 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  09:33 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.05 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  09:27 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 4.58 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  09:27 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 5.16 Mb in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  09:17 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.05 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  09:08 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.89 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  09:01 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 4.84 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  09:01 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.20 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  08:59 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.84 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  08:37 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 3.44 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  08:31 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.37 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  08:26 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.92 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  08:26 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.70 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  08:17 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 0.53 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  08:06 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.73 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  08:00 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.98 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  07:56 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.53 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  07:46 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.97 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  07:43 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.88 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  07:31 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.62 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  07:28 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.09 ML in the Kenai Peninsula region of Alaska
                  07:28 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.44 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  07:19 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.71 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  07:01 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 4.35 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  06:54 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.99 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  06:48 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  06:44 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 0.55 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  06:39 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.10 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  06:20 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 3.14 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  06:09 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 4.62 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  05:40 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 4.32 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  05:35 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 4.51 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  05:29 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 Unknown in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  05:26 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 4.82 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  05:26 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 5.78 Mb in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  05:23 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.60 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  05:22 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 Unknown in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  05:15 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 4.18 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  05:14 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 3.25 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  05:08 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 0.91 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  05:08 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 4.80 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  04:14 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 0.51 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  04:10 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.68 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  03:43 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.78 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  02:27 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.28 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  01:46 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 1.44 ML in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska
                  12:49 AM AKDT Sunday July 15th, 2007 2.99 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  11:26 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 -0.15 ML in the Cape Yakataga region of Alaska
                  11:13 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.28 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  10:49 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 Unknown in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  09:58 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 2.43 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  09:05 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 0.89 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  07:01 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.05 ML in the Rat Islands region of Alaska
                  06:50 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.31 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  06:18 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.58 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  06:16 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  05:18 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 0.39 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  05:06 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.92 ML in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska
                  05:06 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 2.90 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  04:47 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.90 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  04:28 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 2.29 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  03:00 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 2.53 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  02:59 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.17 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  02:03 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.67 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  12:21 PM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  11:04 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  10:39 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  10:32 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 2.72 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  10:12 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 0.56 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  10:05 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.90 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  06:54 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 2.33 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  06:50 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.37 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  05:41 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 2.41 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  05:13 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 0.98 ML in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska
                  05:06 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.76 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  04:07 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 2.48 ML in the Kenai Peninsula region of Alaska
                  03:47 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 0.87 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  02:22 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.87 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  02:22 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.47 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  01:15 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 1.01 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  12:07 AM AKDT Saturday July 14th, 2007 4.26 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  11:46 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.37 ML in the Rat Islands region of Alaska
                  11:16 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.90 ML in the Kenai Peninsula region of Alaska
                  11:11 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 2.46 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  09:25 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.59 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  09:20 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 2.15 ML in the Kodiak Island region of Alaska
                  08:18 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 2.29 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  08:05 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.90 ML in the Yakutat Bay region of Alaska
                  07:39 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.88 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  07:29 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.20 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  07:23 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.97 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  07:01 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.36 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  06:33 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 2.31 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  05:35 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.67 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  04:34 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  04:33 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  03:57 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.97 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  03:35 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.99 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  03:26 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.90 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  03:10 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.89 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  03:09 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  01:54 PM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 6.01 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  11:32 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  10:37 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.54 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  10:00 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 2.33 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  09:09 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.65 ML in the Kenai Peninsula region of Alaska
                  08:13 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.82 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  08:00 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.26 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  07:04 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.62 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  07:01 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.72 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  06:32 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 2.95 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  06:09 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  05:14 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.97 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  04:28 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 2.02 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  03:57 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 3.26 ML in the Rat Islands region of Alaska
                  03:55 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.38 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  03:15 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 2.25 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  03:09 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.76 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  02:29 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.53 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  12:57 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
                  12:49 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.39 ML in the Rat Islands region of Alaska
                  12:30 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 1.49 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  12:13 AM AKDT Friday July 13th, 2007 0.93 ML in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska
                  11:52 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 3.31 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
                  11:41 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 0.54 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  11:30 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 1.71 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  11:06 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 1.25 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  10:38 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 1.80 ML in the Kenai Peninsula region of Alaska
                  10:14 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 1.59 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  09:38 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 4.40 ML in southwestern Alaska
                  09:20 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 1.27 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  09:20 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 3.19 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
                  09:17 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 0.70 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  08:08 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 1.45 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  07:28 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 1.20 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  06:49 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 1.73 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  04:32 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 Unknown in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  04:10 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 2.43 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
                  03:22 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 2.06 ML in the Kenai Peninsula region of Alaska
                  03:16 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 1.56 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  03:06 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 1.13 ML in the central region of Alaska
                  02:04 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 2.08 ML in the east-central region of Alaska
                  01:57 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 0.87 ML in the Rat Islands region of Alaska
                  01:10 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 4.60 ML in the Rat Islands region of Alaska
                  12:06 PM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 2.33 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
                  11:40 AM AKDT Thursday July 12th, 2007 3.22 ML in the Kenai Peninsula region of Alaska

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                  • #10
                    Yellow National Park...

                    Yellowstone National Park, in the northwest corner of Wyoming, is still yet another hot spot for both earthquakes and volcanos to occur as well too. What's the latest news there?
                    Last edited by SisterNChrist; July 16th, 2007, 08:58 AM.

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                    • #11
                      You would think a big earthquake on or about Fox Islands would endanger the west coast? The tsunami factor?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by dl4Him View Post
                        You would think a big earthquake on or about Fox Islands would endanger the west coast? The tsunami factor?
                        My husband said it would go south, affecting Hawaii, Japan, the West Coast-but only if it was BIG.
                        Nothing major at Yellowstone, no volcano alert or anything, no big quakes or clusters that I know of. There was a 2.7 in Greater Los Angeles, I doubt anyone could feel that though. There have been a LOT of earthquakes this weekend, though.

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                        • #13
                          We just got back from our trip to Yellowstone and it is almost apocalyptic feeling out there...all of the dead trees, very few animals, very few birds, no bugs, no bats...once in a great while you will see a few animals in a great distance, but it was eerily so quiet...except for the hissing of the calderas...

                          I also asked a few park rangers about evidence of the flood, and was told that these "experts" in geology and geography and history "don't really acknowledge the evidence of any flood"...

                          I also heard the local school board on TV come down on the "religious right" for trying to brainwash children from the truth of the science world with whacky, unsubstanciated claims of Christian American History.

                          It would seem to me that we Americans have a great mission field right here in America with all of the unbelievers who have become lovers of nature and the big bang theories.

                          Ask an unbeliever this simple question: Why is this year even called 2015, anyway?
                          ...WHO is the standard measurement of all time in HIStory?

                          2013 A.D.
                          * Anno Domini - means "Anno Domini Nostri Iesu <Jesu> Christi ("In the Year of Our Lord Jesus")

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by tygerkittn View Post
                            My husband said it would go south, affecting Hawaii, Japan, the West Coast-but only if it was BIG.
                            Nothing major at Yellowstone, no volcano alert or anything, no big quakes or clusters that I know of. There was a 2.7 in Greater Los Angeles, I doubt anyone could feel that though. There have been a LOT of earthquakes this weekend, though.
                            A whole lotta shakin goin on! ( Isnt' that from Elvis?)
                            " In the end, all we have is our relationship with Jesus Christ." Nearing Midnight

                            Behold, HE comes, riding on the clouds , shining like the sun, at the trumpet call.
                            Lift your voice, it's the year of Jubilee, And out of Zion's hill, salvation comes !

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by waitin View Post
                              A whole lotta shakin goin on! ( Isnt' that from Elvis?)
                              Close, it's Jerry Lee Lewis!

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