ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for September 4, 2010
Q. Could this table be used as a general guideline to compute safe distances from PS tidal wave? http://poleshift.ning.com/photo/safety-distances-pole-shift
We have explained, in great detail, that the pole shift slosh can expect to rush inland quickly on the first slosh, drain slowly, and then rise more slowly on the second rebound slosh on the opposite side of a water body. We have explained the distance factors likewise. We have advised that factors such as tidal bore up ravines or rivers, or a clash with waters draining from rivers can be factors that affect the height of the flood tide. Can you put together a table advising a populace of the safety margin? Perhaps. Would we put our stamp of approval on such a table? No. The reason is simple and in keeping with our previous statements on the constant questions about the weather or earthquakes or detail on this exact street in this particular town or the like. There are 6 billion plus people on Earth, all anxious and potentially all who will discover ZetaTalk at some point and pummel Nancy with such questions. We had a tornado in our town yesterday, though never before, what does this mean? We had an earthquake in our area, which is not earthquake prone, what does this mean? Likewise we are starting to get a load of questions about sea level elevations and the relative safety of this or that location. This, though elevation is something a websearch will produce, and this though our Safe Locations information already addresses their area. You, in your table of safety, are asking us and Nancy to examine, in detail, and give this type of response. We expect you to be able to think for yourself and decline any such demands for hand holding from ourselves. You do the homework, as you have, and you take responsibility for it.http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/04sp2010.htm
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