SCHOOLS ON THE FAULT LINE…

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“If those in the know knew and did nothing, then the schools and parents now must know and choose to act and take pro-active measures as they deem necessary.”

Note: below are names tagged on Google Earth at the time when fault line data were being gathered. Whether or not the names or their locations are correct or have since changed, readers are cautioned to conduct verification, including an ocular inspection, before accepting the facts in this post as correct. It is the intention of the blogger to inform the public of a real impending danger that authorities have sadly failed to address.

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– Ideal Montessori in Filinvest II, Quezon City –

ideal montessori

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– Tibagan Elementary School in Makati –

Tibagan Elem School in West Rembo

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 – Mababang Paaralan ng Cupang in Muntinlupa –

Mababang Paaralan ng Cupang in Muntinlupa

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– Barangka Elementary School in Marikina –

Barangka Elementary School in Marikina

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– Mababang Paaralan ng Alabang in Muntinlupa –

Mababang Paaralan ng Alabang in Muntinlupa

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– Mababang Paaralan ng Bayanan in Muntinlupa –

Mababang Paaralan ng Bayanan in Muntinlupa

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– Tagumpay Elementay School in Montalban –

Tagumpay

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– Beacon Academy in Laguna –

Beacon Academy 3

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 – Pembo Elementary School in Makati –

Pembo Makati

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– Bagong Silangan Elementary and High Schools in Montalban –

Bagong Silangan HS and Elem Schools in Montalban

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– St. Zyrille De Alexandria School in Quezon City –

St. Zyrille De Alexandria School in Filinvest Heights

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– Mababang Paaralan ng Tunasan –
and
– Mataas na Paaralang Pang-Agham ng Muntinlupa –

Muntinlupa Sports Complex & Mababang Paaralan ng Tunasan & Mataas na Paaralang Pang-Agham ng Muntinlupa

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– Ateneo University in  Quezon City –

Ateneo University

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– Asian College of Science & Technology in Muntinlupa –

Asian College of Science & Technology in Muntinlupa

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    Between the certainty of a 7.2 magnitude
earthquake happening…

“It is a question of when not if…” -Phivolcs

and the imminent return of a killer quake
that repeats every 200 to 400 years…

“With the last significant event recorded in 1658,
or about 350+ years ago, scientists say the fault
line moving now is long overdue.”

just how much time do we think we REALLY
have? Think about it.


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6 Responses to SCHOOLS ON THE FAULT LINE…

  1. Jack says:

    Thanks for the reply!
    I do intend to do what I can in terms of informing the public. I don’t just mean this post, I mean the entirety of this website you started. Your efforts are truly appreciated.

    I would love a chance to talk with you. If you could spare me a moment of your time, I have many questions and things to discuss with you. Here’s one example:

    “Of the 37,000 projected to die, what is the percentage of those that are within legitimate structures and not shanties?”

    A number of my questions will require some research and data. Maybe we can help each other
    I’ll be combing through your whole site in some time as it is likely you have answered all sorts of questions on the matter.

    Send me an email and let’s talk,
    Jack

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    • tulisanes says:

      i’m way ahead of you. research and data: i like the sound of that. consider this a point in the right direction then. compare the data here with this data. or the 2013 ausaid hazard maps study versus the 2004 earthquake impact reduction study. WHAT’S THE DIFF? …as show by the blotches in red, (1) who dies and where more die? (2) notice the shift in geographical emphasis? couple this with knowledge of some color pins dotting the kingdom of the haves while another set of color pins identifying the land of the have-nots? (3) it was very long ago that i visited the geoportal. i noticed then the ground rupture data showing the fault line in red pencil marks began only in muntinlupa and headed its way towards tagaytay, omitting the prime areas clustered mostly north-east of muntinlupa. was it a work in progress or a site “under construction,” or was it intentional (it looked very much finished to me)? i just came back from accessing the geoportal, but the layers of color-coded data were not loading. maybe i have my slow internet to blame. do your homework there and maybe you’ll have more luck with the layers and discover things that eluded me. btw, you can google for the 2004 study and download your copy of the pdf version. good luck and GOD BLESS!

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  2. Jack says:

    Hi

    I am quite thankful that somebody has compiled all this information about the earthquake and made it available for everybody to see. I sought out to do this very same thing since July and Google has led me to your blog. I’ve found plenty of helpful information here and I cannot fully express how thankful I am for your efforts.

    I intend to disperse information on the earthquake as best I can by starting a website just like you have and dedicating a lot of my time to getting the word out. I have so many questions for you and I was hoping you and I could talk some more (skype or whatever).

    Cheers,
    Jack

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    • tulisanes says:

      if you are referring to the post of these schools, churches and a well-known mall as targets for a demolition job by mother nature (unsavory description but worded deliberately to shock the public psyche), then THANK YOU for taking notice! by all means, please call the public’s attention specially if you can contact these clueless school officials and pastoral people. it’s like now we are peeking through a window of certain destruction coming our way (“just a matter of when not if”) and where and who can get hurt and who to likely die.

      MANY OF THEM ARE CHILDREN for Christ’s sake! PHIVOLCS and NDRRMC have these same raw data. the question is, are they just seeing these children as mere statistics –among the 37,000 that are projected to die when the west valley fault finally moves?

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