Seattle, Washington

Seattle, Washington – A Pending Earthquake

BATTLEFORWORLD.COM | March 28, 2022 (updated): This ‘observation’ was dated on May 12, 2021 and it appears the time is now right to present this possibility, the disturbance of nature – climate change, as the West is always pushing this fear in media.

Is nature about to join in the chaos? A state of utter confusion, topsy-turvy. – A short poem follows:

I can’t believe the time of reckoning is finally here.
The place so much dreamed of,
the day that would be.
Seattle,
the ground begin to shake,
ruptures hidden in darkness,
unveiled in daylight,
much destruction.


Seattle, Washington – A Pending Earthquake.


Seattle, Washington. 

(BattleForWorld.com: With all the chaos now unfolding, with the United States covert war ongoing in Ukraine since 2014, forcing Russia to openly launched military operations in that country. And as a result of this operation biolabs were uncovered, and the news media is reporting that Hunter Biden is involved in financing these biological laboratories in Ukraine, researching weapons of mass destruction to attack the Slavic people and Russian agriculture. And a paper trail of evidence (here) has emerged naming the Ukrainian Motor Sich company asking the Turkish manufacturer of “Bayraktars” drones, whether it was possible to spray aerosols from them. Was the Kiev regime developing delivery vehicles for biological weapons with the possibility of using them against Russia? – And Ukraine and the western mainstream media in their orchestrated narrative are dramatizing war crimes on Russia using the Bucha false flag, and are calling for Putin to be tried in the International Criminal Court, the institution controlled by the Ruling Elites in the West.)

News:
July 9, 2022 – Magnitude 7.5 Quake Could Trigger 42-Foot Tall Tsunami Wave to Engulf Seattle, Simulation Reveals, here.
July 9, 2022 – Simulation shows 42-foot waves could hit Seattle after quake, here.
August 16, 2022 – An earthquake-triggered tsunami would most likely cause water to inundate the coastal areas around Seattle, here.

Events:
July 7, 2023 – Earthquake of magnitude 2.6 jolts reported south of Friday Harbor, Washington, here.
March 2, 2023 – Earthquake of magnitude 2.7 jolts reported west-north-west of Orcas, Washington, here.
March 1, 2023 – Earthquake of magnitude 2.7 jolts reported north-west of British Columbia border region, Washington, here.
December 13, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 2.7 jolts reported east of Marcel-Stillwater, Washington, here.
September 8, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 3.7 jolts reported west-north of Lofall, Washington, here.
August 12, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 2.6 jolts reported south-west of River Road, Washington, here.
August 4, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 3.1 jolts reported south-east of Black Diamond, Washington, here.
August 4, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 3.2 jolts reported south-east of Sedro-Woolley, Washington, here.
July 20, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 2.6 jolts reported north-west of Black Diamond, Washington, here.
June 25, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 3.0 jolts reported east-north-east of Oso, Washington, here.
June 25, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 2.5 jolts reported north-east of Enetai, Washington, here.
June 24, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 2.6 jolts reported west of Quilcene, Washington, here.
June 12, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 2.9 jolts reported west of Quilcene, Washington, here.
June 7, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 2.8 jolts reported north of Camas, Washington, here.
May 17, 2022 – Earthquake of magnitude 3.6 jolts Oso, Washington early Tuesday at 1:07am, here.
May 1, 2022 – Earthquake jolts Stanwood-Camano area (Mount Vernon, Washington) early Sunday, here.
April 19, 2022 – ‘Earthquakes keep coming.’ Another one shakes SoCal…, here.
April 4, 2022 – Reported seismic-like event (likely no quake), here.

Monitor latest earthquakes, here.

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Four drydocks in Washington state have been idled amid worries raised by an earthquake study

BATTLEFORWORLD.COM | January 31, 2023: In a surprising move based on a study, the US Navy announced that it shutdown four drydocks in the Seattle area out of concern over the safety risks if a major earthquake strikes the region. The US Navy shipyard is already struggling to keep up with the maintenance and repair needs for its nuclear-powered attack submarines.

The drydocks certified for nuclear submarine maintenance include three located at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington, and one slot at the Trident Refit Facility in nearby Bangor, and all have suspended submarine docking for further evaluation and upgrades, the US Navy announced in a statement. 

No information has been provided yet regarding what officials saw in the recently completed seismic study; and the estimated duration as to how long the drydocks will be out of commission was not revealed.

The seismic assessment study “identified potential issues associated with the remote possibility of a large-scale earthquake occurring simultaneously with a submarine maintenance availability,” said the US Navy. And “With this new information, the Navy is taking additional measures to further ensure the safety of the shipyard workforce, sailors, the local public, the environment and the submarines.”

The Cascadia subduction zone near the Pacific Northwest lies a fault line that runs 700 miles along the coast, from Vancouver Island to northern California. And scientists are warning that the fault is capable of unleashing a “megathrust” earthquake registering somewhere in the magnitude of 9.0 on the Richter scale, as it did on Jan. 26, 1700, and that the fault has a 37% chance of causing a quake in the magnitude of 7.1 within the next 50 years.

The US Navy was aware that it was building the Puget Sound shipyard in an active seismic zone, and some of its drydocks weren’t adequately fortified to support a major earthquake. For example, one of the docks in question the suspension plan was reportedly built on “unconsolidated earth and fill,” and is at a bigger risk of collapsing in a big quake.

The Navy says that the drydock shutdowns won’t affect the United States “strategic deterrent capability,” and the decision comes at a time when 36% of US attack submarines are undergoing maintenance or awaiting service work. Prior to the suspension, the Navy only had 18 drydocks to service all its submarines and aircraft carriers. And only 20-30% of submarine maintenance projects were completed on time over the past decade, the US Navy reported last year.

The Puget Sound shipyard in Bremerton is more than 130 years old, and rebuilding the drydock in just one of the suspended slots will cost an estimated $667 million.


Washington state, the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Naval.

Source: RT, here.

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