[Homestead] Shake, rattle and roll
lurine at softcom.net
Sat Apr 19 12:18:40 EDT 2008
I know the second one, the one you are talking about, created Trinidad Bay
which is a few miles north of Humboldt Bay. If you feel like scuba diving
you can go diving out there and see some REALLY huge trees.
However, it is kinda funny how the sinking occured. This link shows all the
parts that didn't drop. You go scuba diving and it is quite clear that
pieces dropped and the rest are still sticking up.
----- Original Message -----
From: "EarthNSky" <erthnsky at bellsouth.net>
> I didn't know that. Cool.
> I don't think I would have wanted to live out there then. Just ten
> years after that tsunami and quake, you had the really big one, the
> Cascadia subduction quake and tsunami-probably a 9 or better-that sank
> whole areas of the NW coast, forests and all. They say big things
> happen in threes...I wonder if there was a third quake somewhere?
> Perhaps the Humboldt Bay quake/tsunami was a precursor quake to the big
> one on the Juan De Fuca in 1700?
> BevanRon of EarthNSky Farm NW Georgia USDA Zone 7
> 34.498N 85.076W Bev is Earth, Ron is Sky
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