Subject: 5.2 earthquake rattles nerves, provides warning to residents

June 15th, 2004

Dear Readers,

Today there was a 5.2 earthquake about 45 miles off the coast of Southern California / Baja California.

We are being told on the television that there is a 5% likelihood of an equal or stronger earthquake in the area in the next five days.

Last week I wrote:


Tsunamis from earth slides -- these can be literally thousands of feet tall, from local underwater mountains.  Asteroids can also cause overwhelmingly large waves -- and many nuke plants are right on the coast!  California has four coastal nukes, for instance, all near earthquake faults and steep, unstable underwater mountains which have NOT been researched properly for stability, direction of wave if/WHEN they finally do fall, etc. etc..


(Should I mention the meteorite that landed on a home in Australia a few days ago, too?  A bigger rock (and there are plenty of them out there) could have destroyed a spent fuel pool, a dry storage cask, or even the reactor itself!)

We should shut San Onofre down permanently, but especially, we should shut it down right now in light of the increased danger from this new quake.


Russell Hoffman
Concerned Citizen
Carlsbad, CA