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Patricia N.
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Is “The Big One” Coming? There Have Been More Than 1000 Earthquakes In California And Nevada In The Past 7 Days:

Scientists have warned us that California is way overdue for a major earthquake and that “the Big One” could literally strike at any time.  That is why I was so alarmed when the Los Angeles Times reported that “two sets of earthquake swarms” had just hit the state.  After seeing that story, I went over to the Southern California Earthquake Data Center to check how many earthquakes have shaken the region during the past week.  As I write this article, the total number of earthquakes in California and Nevada in the last 7 days is sitting at a grand total of 1010.  To me, whenever that number goes above 1000 we are officially in the danger zone.  Hopefully, there will not be a very large earthquake in California any time soon, but when there is this much shaking going on we should all be on alert.

All over the world, seismic activity is rising to very alarming levels.  But most people won’t care until a major disaster affects them personally.

Unfortunately, I am entirely convinced that we are entering a time when major natural disasters of absolutely epic proportions will just keep hitting our planet one after another.

https://endoftheamericandream.com/is-the-big-one-coming-there-have-been-more-than-1000-earthquakes-in-california-and-nevada-in-the-past-7-days/   

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Massive earth crack appears in Tamaulipas, Mexico:

A very large earth crack appeared in Congregación El Carmen in the municipality of Tula, Mexico’s state of Tamaulipas, during heavy rains brought by Tropical Storm “Alberto” from June 19 to 21, 2024.

  • The fissure is still growing and is estimated to be from 1 to 3 m (3.3 x 9.8 feet) wide, up to 4 m (13 feet) deep, and up to 7 km (4.3 miles) long.
  • Residents in Congregación El Carmen, Ejido Vázquez Gómez, and Ejido San Juan are reporting damaged homes, some of which are cracked from floor to ceiling.

According to local media reports, the situation worsened when heavy rains began, resulting in a loud bang that frightened the inhabitants of Congregación El Carmen. By dawn, residents discovered a large, several-meter-deep crack, with subsequent reports indicating the fissure ranges from 3 km to 7 km (1.9 miles to 4.3 miles).  [Photos at link.]

https://watchers.news/2024/07/01/massive-earth-crack-appears-in-tamaulipas-mexico/

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@patrician There's a lot of crack in Mexico

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@paulr   HaHa!

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Oh Yeah, well the United States has a lot of crackheads............................

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True Paul and Perhaps Today but did you also know that Mexico was the first to bring chocolate into the United States as well! Truth!

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@tammie God bless Mexico! 😊

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@yohanan Amen

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@yohanan By the way, chocolate is very rich in phosphorus, so it's no wonder you glow in the dark, Yohanan.

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@paulr ROTFL   I must because I do eat a lot of it Yes

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Yohanan you should balance out if you drink soda … see most soda drinks deplete the bone density because of the phosphorus that is there to make up the fizziness — so the chocolate will add it back, its a beautiful picture ROTFL ROTFL  

Maybe I should make sure my patients, friends, and family who love soda and diet soda, begin taking in sugar free chocolate, NOT —- ROTFL ROTFL  

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@tammie I seldom drink soda. I drink a lot of water and I do like Southern iced tea. Yes

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