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Johnnie
03-14-2005, 08:32 AM
A lot of "safety issues" should be first on the list when planning any back road exploring. I have been reading a lot articals in several magazines lately, about all this rain we had here in the western part of the U. S. many xperts are very concerned about land slides loose bolders and sink holes caused by all this rain and this has been documented over and over for weeks now on all our local newscasts.


And all these news cast did not even include all the documentaion that points to what all this rain has done to the water table. An expert has said that for every 1ft. of water on the ground surface equals 1 million tons per sq. mile and with all that extra weight on the top the earth "plates" causes a lot more possibility of having a series of earthquakes according to Jim Berkland a leading expert on the prediction of earthquakes and has been 100 % correct with just about ever one, of his predictions And he has also stated that there could be a six pointer, sometime in the next six month's so he suggest to watch you pet and other animals for unusual behaveiorer they seem to have a six sence just before a pending earthouake, is just one way for the average person like most of us here on the bulletin board to perpare ourselves, so it is important to allways use good judgement about going out into remote areas, or any area that could be dangerous if you don't realy need to be in there in the first place. Not only for the earthquakes but for loose soil and for loose bolders that may be hidden by brush beside the trail, Jim Berkland we understand has a web site. that has more information than we offered here. When we find out what it is, we will post it or maybe someone else may know it and post it for the rest of us.

Your fellow ghosttowners
Johnnie & Sheila

Johnnie
03-14-2005, 09:01 AM
A lot of "safety issues" should be first on the list when planning any back road exploring. I have been reading a lot articals in several magazines lately, about all this rain that we had here in western part of the U. S. many experts are very concerned about land slides loose bolders and sink holes caused by all this rain and this has been documented over and over for weeks on all our local newscasts.


And all these news cast did not even include all the documentaion that points to what all this rain has done to the water table. An expert has said that for every 1ft. of water on the ground surface equals 1 million tons per sq. mile and with all that extra weight on the top the earth "plates" causes a lot more possibility of having a series of earthquakes according to Jim Berkland a leading expert on the prediction of earthquakes and has been 100 % correct with just about ever one, of his predictions, And he has also stated that there could be a six pointer, sometime in the next six month's so he suggest to watch you pet and other animals for unusual behaveiorer they seem to have a six sence just before a pending earthouake, is just one way for the average person like most of us here on the bulletin board to perpare ourselves, so it is important to allways use good judgement about going out into remote areas, or any area that could be dangerous if you don't realy need to be in there in the first place. Not only for the earthquakes but for loose soil and for loose bolders that may be hidden by brush beside the trail, Jim Berkland we understand has a web site. that has more information than we offered here. When we find out what the web-site is, we will post it or maybe someone else may know it and post it for the rest of us.

Your fellow ghosttowners
Johnnie & SheilaWe found Jim Berkland web-site just put in Jim Berkland and earthquakes

old judge
03-14-2005, 11:55 AM
Or just click on www.syzygyjob.org (http://www.syzygyjob.org) OJ

Johnnie
03-16-2005, 05:44 AM
[QUOTE=old judge]Or just click on www.syzygyjob.org (http://www.syzygyjob.org/) OJ

Thanks from the rest of us O.J. for the link. Sheila & Johnnie