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    Default Re: Unusual spot for an Earthquake

    Just google magnetic poles moving, that was big news a few months ago in florida. The airlines industries base there positions on this every year which is why there was the news clips on it. Hope that helps.

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    Quote Posted by pyrangello (here)
    Just google magnetic poles moving, that was big news a few months ago in florida. The airlines industries base there positions on this every year which is why there was the news clips on it. Hope that helps.
    The airport had to move runways due to the mag. pole shift but the pole isn't in FLA. It's only about 20 degrees off from where it originally was. Could get worse as time goes on though.
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    Geez Louise . . . I’m moving my farm from Kansas back to the Appalachian Mountains. Half my stuff is there and I have several more loads to go.

    I have to cross the New Madrid Fault, the Missouri River three times and the Mississippi . . . can we send some “super glue type energy and thoughts” to hold the thing together ‘til I get on the other side?

    Last load will consist of a stock trailer with my chickens, 3 goats, jersey cow, horse and four large dogs, , , , kinda like the Beverly Hillbillies in reverse.
    not to mention your children and grandbabies!!!

    all i have to say is bring it on! i wouldn't mind owning beach front property. always gotta find the happy in the oh sh*t moments.

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    Blufire,

    Will do. Your farm sounds like my dream, I will use that vision as an anchor to send Calcitian safe travels vibes for you and yours. Be Safe.

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    Quote Posted by PixieDust (here)
    Quote Posted by blufire (here)
    Geez Louise . . . I’m moving my farm from Kansas back to the Appalachian Mountains. Half my stuff is there and I have several more loads to go.

    I have to cross the New Madrid Fault, the Missouri River three times and the Mississippi . . . can we send some “super glue type energy and thoughts” to hold the thing together ‘til I get on the other side?

    Last load will consist of a stock trailer with my chickens, 3 goats, jersey cow, horse and four large dogs, , , , kinda like the Beverly Hillbillies in reverse.
    not to mention your children and grandbabies!!!

    all i have to say is bring it on! i wouldn't mind owning beach front property. always gotta find the happy in the oh sh*t moments.
    The problems I had with beachfront was fearing a tsunami...as late as last year when there was talk of the gulf oil spill causing a sea quake which could have easily rolled water over the house I was staying in.
    Now renting a bit further inland and 100 feet above sea level I'm much more relaxed.
    While writing this I'm back in my permanent home in Costa Rica, 3200 feet above sea level and my night worries are about earth quakes.

    And this is in response to blufire:
    If I had a home in tha Appalachian mountains I'd worry about winter temperatures, but that's because I'm spoilt...living in the tropics.
    I wish you a successful crossing! Or are you there yet, and unpacking now?
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