Pacific region specifically, and world until October 20, 2011, midnight EST.
in earthquakes in the past few days and highly active world monitors are
indicating the possibility that a major quake event is brewing
somewhere in the pacific region, although there is a small likelihood
that that the quake event may occur in another world location.
and perhaps not so coincidentally, Comet Elenin, whose state and
whereabouts are mostly unknown and speculative, has begun entering into a
travel period that brings it at its closest point to the Earth, a fact
brought up by one of our observant readers and which we verified. Again,
while this may be merely “coincidental”, four verifiable quake
alignment events and dramatically increased seismic activity during the
comet’s closest point to the Earth calls for increased observation and
analysis at the very least. We’ll continue conducting our investigation
into this matter as the situation unfolds.
1) It is recommended that you stay clear of beaches, low lying coastal
areas and out of tall buildings. We are not recommending that you panic
or live your life in any manner other than how you usually do, but are
asking you just to take that small extra step of caution to enhance your
2) Keep close to a TV or radio should emergency
instructions be issued by your governmental authority. Keep your eyes
and ears open for a tsunami alert.
3) Should an tsunami alert be
issued, head immediately for higher ground. Do not pack. Do not wait. Do
not ponder over whether it’s necessary to evacuate; just move. If
higher ground is unavailable, seek out a tall building with multiple
4) Do not return to your homes immediately if there is a
quake without a tsunami. Sometimes the tsunami is delayed by up to an
hour in some areas. Wait at least several hours, or better yet, until
the go-ahead is given, before returning home.