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Look for coming posts on earthquake scenarios

 Thank you for taking some time to read my blog. As I'm sure it is with you, life is busy for me.  While it's been several weeks since my last post, I wanted to let you know that I have five posts in the works.  These forthcoming posts are earthquake scenarios for five of the potentially biggest "big ones" projected to strike the contiguous United States. No, these scenarios are not fictional case studies. Nor are they hyped up Hollywood-style disaster stories. These earthquake scenarios are based on projected risks and cost estimations made by state and federal experts. These experts use knowledge and experience from what is known about earthquake risks and hazards, often through historical and similar event references, in an effort to best calculate the potential and expected damage an earthquake or a projected magnitude will cause in an area. It's not if and earthquake strikes but when, how hard, and how might it affect the area.  Some of the scenarios are bas