Wednesday, 27 April 2011

The Rockies Seismic Fault

This morning Abba said 'The Rockies' and immediately I thought of the USA. When I say thought, I should have written that I saw an image of the mountains in the USA. 

Last year, Scientists at Idaho State University have mapped a new, active seismic fault in the Rocky Mountains in the US state of Idaho capable of unleashing a 7.5 magnitude earthquake.
A university official has warned the fault could release a damaging earthquake within the next few decades. The 40-mile fracture runs close to the small town of Stanley, a community with roughly 100 year-round residents. A 7.5 tremor is capable of devastating areas along a fault. [1]
Sounds like we have some swing time coming in the Rockies. The number 40 is related to the prophet of God. The number 100 relates to the measure of the spiritual law of reaping what you sow of cause and effect. The name 'Stanley' is also to do with the name of Obama's mother.  

1 comment:

  1. My apologies Abba didn't say "rockies' he said Grand Canyon. I should written it down at the time of receipt. My apologies for getting the mountain ranges mixed up. However, that doesn't take away the facts about the land shared above.

    In addition, there as been an accident at the Grand Canyon.
    A man survived a 200ft (61m) drop in the US state of Arizona after apparently driving his car off the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, authorities have said.

    The 21-year-old told park rangers he freed himself from the car after the accidental crash on Monday and climbed to the rim of the canyon to seek help.

    The driver was treated for non-life threatening injuries, officials said.

    The National Park Service is conducting an investigation into the incident.