A True Doomsday Prepper
- Sep 25, 2013
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- watching from afar
It's a viable threat from historic indicators, currently at issue is the continual construction of schools and hospitals in tsunami zones in Oregon and Washington with no infrastructure for evac totally ignoring the USGS warnings. Ironically Oregon is removing the last of tsunami sirens while Washington is adding new ones by installing the new AHAB sirens, I think Washington has a total of 11 AHAB (All Hazard Alert Broadcast siren)I doubt the solution to California's water problem is a tsunami....
Seriously though, just how viable of a threat is this really? Seems kind of hard to predict.
I think I posted else where regarding San Andreas, up here people have put to much focus on the San Andreas thinking that stuff only happens in Cali, as devastating as San Andreas can be much of it has been marketed (manufactured) giving the people north of Cali a false since of security, as I mentioned before San Andreas will not cause a tsunami, if I lived in California coast I would be concerned about the Ventura fault not San Andreas
We lose I5 the only form of help is by air! for the entire western portion of Washington and Oregon
If something like this actually happened, the Feds would have bigger fish to fry then enforcing airspace. I seriously doubt you'd have an issue, especially if flying less than 3000 feet high.Good idea but I think in a state of emergency and given the size of the predicted damage I believe the Feds would restrict the airspace to emergency response aircraft's for a period of time though the glider would certainly be a option and no license needed