Date registered: Sep 2004
Vehicle: 1985 500SEC, 1991 190E 2.6.
Location: Los Angeles / Hannover Germany
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Should New Orleans have been rebuild at the same location?
Tornadoes in the Mid West of the U.S., and how about flooding? Particularly Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina.
Then there is the supposed thread from the West African Island of LaPalma breaking apart during a future eruption of its volcano.
Some suggest only ONE more eruption or earthquake can cause the landslide for a tsunami of 33-82 feet high on the Eastern coast of the US (the most populated area of the US).
Let's go on the premise (Wikipedia) that the tsunami will be 'only' 10-25 meters high. That's 33-82 feet high! Cities of Boston, Newport, R.I, New York, Long Island, Delaware, most of Maryland, Baltimore, D.C., North and South Carolina coast, Georgia, and last but not least the entire Florida will be decimated-most of Florida is 28 feet above sea level or less.
There is said to be an artist's rendition of the US after "The Big One".
The map was drawn according to the seer, Edgar Cayce (d. 1945), who envisioned the Western one-third of the USA fallen into the Pacific Ocean. (Mr. Cayce went so far as to say the Pacific Ocean will reach as far as Nebraska - and the map showed it.)
BTW, a significant percentage of Holland, called the Netherlands for a reason, is below sea level.