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I am happy you found your way here. If you would like to learn more about me, my personal beliefs, see a fun video and research my business alignments, please go to my Introduction Page 1: "Shelley Kraus Blog" 

Now it's 2014 and The 2012 Project Blog is still a CURRENT major ongoing project. 

I started it way back in 2010... Anticipating the year 2012. All the RSS feeds are posting new data daily. It is now the year 2014 and all these feeds are just as relevant now as they were 4 years ago. I hope you browse down through all the information.  Book mark this site as a quick news source and come back often to see what new links have been added. 

Many have contacted me thank me for putting these links together in one place. I am very happy this website blesses you as it blesses me. I come here myself almost everyday! I love seeing what's happening in this world ... at a glance!

While bringing together worldwide RSS feeds and links, we can see clearly, side by side, how important critical news stories and End Time Bible prophecy are synced hand in hand forever... Until the Lord returrns..

Enjoy browsing the below news stories from a Christian perspective. Be sure and bookmark this wesite and share this link with all your friends and family.

Thanks for stopping by. May the Lord Jesus Christ richly bless you always in all your ways.
Your Friend in Christ,
Shelley Kraus


Blog Archive (RSS Feeds keep this blog current. My personal posts not so necessary.)

PAGER - Rapid Assessment of an Earthquake's Impact

PAGER - Rapid Assessment of an Earthquake's Impact
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DID YOU KNOW THERE WAS A 100% CHANCE OF AN EARTHQUAKE TODAY!

YES! There's a 100 percent chance of an earthquake today! Though millions of persons may never experience an earthquake, they are very common occurrences on this planet. So today -- somewhere -- an earthquake will occur.

It may be so light that only sensitive instruments will perceive its motion; it may shake houses, rattle windows, and displace small objects; or it may be sufficiently strong to cause property damage, death, and injury.

It is estimated that about 700 shocks each year have this capability when centered in a populated area. But fortunately, most of these potentially destructive earthquakes center in unpopulated areas far from civilization.

Since a major portion of the world's earthquakes each year center around the rim of the Pacific Ocean (Ring of Fire), referred to by seismologists as the circum-Pacific belt, this is the most probable location for today's earthquake. But it could hit any location, because no region is entirely free of earthquakes.

Stating that an earthquake is going to occur today is not really "predicting earthquakes". To date, they cannot be predicted. But anyone, on any day, could make this statement and it would be true. This is because several million earthquakes occur annually; thereby, thousands occur each day, although most are too small to be located. The problem, however, is in pinpointing the area where a strong shock will center and when it will occur.

Earthquake prediction is a future possibility, though. Just as the Weather Bureau now predicts hurricanes, tornadoes, and other severe storms, the NEIC may one day issue forecasts on earthquakes. Earthquake research was stepped up after the Alaska shock in 1964. Today, research is being conducted by the USGS and other federal and state agencies, as well as universities and private institutions. Earthquake prediction may some day become a reality, but only after much more is learned about the earthquake mechanism

USGS Earthquake ShakeMaps

USGS M2.5+ Earthquakes TODAY!

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