Am I dreaming? No.... - They sleep
Billions of people on five continents, from Boston to Los Angeles, from Tokio to New Zealand, have heard the evidence in “Earthquake Prediction: Answers in Plain Sight”— on television and radio, in newspapers and magazines. It’s an important message for the immense populations along the US and Canadian west coasts, and the Mississippi River Valley. Earthquake Prediction attempts to answer those questions, by connecting the interlocking parts of a scientific detective story that ranges from the steppes of Russia, to the jungles of Central America, and back to the San Andreas, Cascadia and New Madrid Fault Zones in the US and Canada. Remarkable evidence concerning what has been hypothesized about quake prediction--from as early as antiquity to the present--gives a thought-provoking overview of how this topic has remained in scientific limbo for so many centuries.
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My name dog Sophie. We are able to predict earthquakes. Occasionally, people ask, "Do you have a top hat and a lion whip to keep the circus in order?" to which my answers are:
1) Yes, I do have a top hat, which is decaying and at this point about 50% duct tape
2) No, because lion whips are not the most efficient of tools for the task. We have something better with which to tame humans. We call her Miss Fish.
Please click. Earthquake will be in three days.
Please Click. I'm scared. Earthquake will be in two days.
Please CLICK. I'm scared. Earthquake will be one of the day
I woke up. It was a dream. Smart America had fun, made money and was still confident that you can not accurately predict earthquakes.