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ANTIPOLO: HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT (they’re showing but not telling) part 2

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EARTHQUAKE DRILL OK, BUT…

   tulisanes says: For sometime I’ve been harboring these thoughts –so i just let it out. After watching on the news the metro wide earthquake drill dubbed SHAKEDRILL, the more i am convinced that i’ve seen these all before, particularly … Continue reading

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FIRE FOLLOWING EARTHQUAKE

(A Quake Expert replies to my post “3 of 5 – Metro Manila Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment“) Domingo G. Limeta says: July 30, 2015 at 12:52 am (Edit) FIRE FOLLOWING EARTHQUAKE Good Day Mr. Tulisanes, One of my colleagues in Los … Continue reading

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5 of 5 – Metro Manila Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment

>  Go to Links & Maps * * * “Recent inspection reveals that the downstream slope of the (Angat) dam has been deteriorating and is highly vulnerable to damage should a strong seismic movement occur in the area. Furthermore, the … Continue reading

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4 of 5 – Metro Manila Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment

>  Go to Links & Maps * * * “34,000 killed instantly, 90 percent from pressure of collapsed physical structures and 20,000 dead after being trapped or burned …1.2 million homeless” -page 29 * * * “City-wide power outages; some … Continue reading

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3 of 5 – Metro Manila Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment

>  Go to Links & Maps * * * “Fire vulnerable areas of Metro Manila are Valenzuela, Caloocan and south of Quezon City west intersection, but many other areas are highly vulnerable. Experts agree that earthquake damages and casualties in … Continue reading

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2 of 5 – Metro Manila Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment

>  Go to Links & Maps * * * “Taal Volcano has the greater potential of triggering an earthquake in Metro Manila as it sits on the southern end of the West Valley Fault System. Studies indicate that a massive … Continue reading

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