The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) released the findings from a terrifying new simulation of a monster earthquake hitting the Seattle Fault. The state-funded researchers concluded that a 7.5 magnitude quake would produce a tsunami as high as four stories in the central business district of Seattle.
Of course, this is just a simulation, but so was event 201. In that simulation, the ruling classes simulated a coronavirus outbreak in which they used lockdowns to control the public and censored those unwilling to accept the official narrative. They also simulated how to silence those who spoke out against medical tyranny. Even though it’s just a simulation, these often have uncanny ways of coming to fruition.
Like Event 201, this simulation was “conducted to help local and state emergency managers and planners develop and refine response and preparedness plans for a tsunami in the middle of Washington’s largest population center and economic hub,” the press release said.
NEW: A simulation of the impact of a ~7.5-magnitude earthquake on the Seattle Fault.
Tsunami waves could be as high as 42 feet at the Seattle Great Wheel and will reach inland as far as Lumen Field and T-Mobile Park. pic.twitter.com/y44PWHXQtv
— Washington State Dept. of Natural Resources (@waDNR) July 7, 2022
“Tsunami waves could be as high as 42 feet at the Seattle Great Wheel and will reach inland as far as Lumen Field and T-Mobile Park,” Washington State DNR tweeted.
Washington Geological Survey division of DNR wrote in a press release that a 7.5-magnitude earthquake on the Seattle Fault would generate tsunami waves over 40 feet tall and hit the downtown district in less than three minutes. Geologists have said the last known quake on the Seattle Fault occurred more than one thousand years ago, and geologic evidence shows at least five quakes of an estimated magnitude 6.5 occurred on the fault in the last 3,500 years.
“Most often, when we think of tsunamis, we think of our outer coast and communities along the Pacific Ocean. But there’s a long history of earthquakes on faults in Puget Sound. While the history of earthquakes and tsunamis along the Seattle Fault is less frequent than the Cascadia subduction zone, the impacts could be massive. That’s why it’s critical these communities have the information they need to prepare and respond,” Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz said in the release, according to a report by ZeroHedge.
An earthquake swarm off the Pacific Northwest coastline in late December incited fears that the next big tsunami could be imminent.
Oftentimes, these simulations, funded by and commissioned by rulers/elitists are foretelling.