Thursday, October 18, 2018

The LIVE Look and Feel of a M9.2 to M9.3 Megaquake and Megatsunami - The Great Alaskan Earthquake 1964 - Magnitude 9.2 - Tsunami Affects

Update lead in to 1964 Alaskan Earthquake

Grandparents: No one will come to your aid if this happens.  As a 

retired disaster coordinator, my first decision would be to go to the 

schools and try to save as many children as possible.

This is NOT a 'worst case' scenario; it has happened right here 

over forty-one (41) times in the last 10,000 years, on average, every 

249 years. Reference: 1964 Alaska earthquake – Wikipedia

>> Sound On >> Best viewed Full Screen >> Darkened Room

USGS YouTube 

Video (11:37 minutes)

You have a choice: You can continue spending all of your money, 

skills, talent and wisdom running around and having a good time 

can join us in helping everybody get ready.

That is going to take a lot of knowledge, money and time.

And, I need your help, firstly in researching, learning, 

photographing / video and writing, in a coordinated way, all we 

can about these gigantic earthquakes, and secondly, how we are 

going to save our families, and indeed, as many lives as possible, 

including your own.

Your comments and suggestions would be appreciated at:
  1. Cascadia Resilience and Robust Survival, An Intelligent Man's Guide© [ ]

  2. Cascadia Kids© [https://cascadiamegaquaketrainingforkids.blogsp[ ]
Please watch this video clip all the way through. It will take 

about the same length of time that the shaking was 

experienced in the 1964 Alaskan earthquake. This M9.2 

megathrust earthquake lasting four minutes and thirty 

eight seconds. This magnitude 9.2 megathrust earthquake is also 

known as the Great Alaskan earthquake and Good Friday 

earthquake. MAGNITUDE SCALE AS A M9.3

Other references, see also:

This is all very serious … a great Icelandic artist, Björk 

 Guðmundsdóttir, has done a very visual representation 

(shown earlier in the blog/website): Icelandic Native, Bjӧrk- 

Mutual Core - OFFICIAL - Art +Music - MOCAtv



Selected Bibliography REFERENCES, UPDATED TO 

September 14, 2017, at the North Shore of Vancouver, BC's 

main libraries:

USGS - 30 Days, Magnitude 4.5+ U.S.