Big earthquake in Marikina Valley fault line?



blankThe United Nations is advising the Philippines to be ready for an upcoming big earthquake. A quake with a magnitude of 7 or higher on the Richter scale is sure to hit Metro Manila, they say, but the bigger question is when exactly this will happen.
The Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative (EMI) report published in 2004 predicts that an earthquake with a high magnitude will surely occur because of the Philippine Fault Zone (also called the Marikina Valley Fault System), but experts cannot predict when this may happen.
The United Nations is advising the Philippines to be ready for an upcoming big earthquake. A quake with a magnitude of 7 or higher on the Richter scale is sure to hit Metro Manila, they say, but the bigger question is when exactly this will happen.
The Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative (EMI) report published in 2004 predicts that an earthquake with a high magnitude will surely occur because of the Philippine Fault Zone (also called the Marikina Valley Fault System), but experts cannot predict when this may happen.
blankThe United Nations is advising the Philippines to be ready for an upcoming big earthquake. A quake with a magnitude of 7 or higher on the Richter scale is sure to hit Metro Manila, they say, but the bigger question is when exactly this will happen.
The Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative (EMI) report published in 2004 predicts that an earthquake with a high magnitude will surely occur because of the Philippine Fault Zone (also called the Marikina Valley Fault System), but experts cannot predict when this may happen.
blankThe United Nations is advising the Philippines to be ready for an upcoming big earthquake. A quake with a magnitude of 7 or higher on the Richter scale is sure to hit Metro Manila, they say, but the bigger question is when exactly this will happen.
The Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative (EMI) report published in 2004 predicts that an earthquake with a high magnitude will surely occur because of the Philippine Fault Zone (also called the Marikina Valley Fault System), but experts cannot predict when this may happen.
blankThe United Nations is advising the Philippines to be ready for an upcoming big earthquake. A quake with a magnitude of 7 or higher on the Richter scale is sure to hit Metro Manila, they say, but the bigger question is when exactly this will happen.
The Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative (EMI) report published in 2004 predicts that an earthquake with a high magnitude will surely occur because of the Philippine Fault Zone (also called the Marikina Valley Fault System), but experts cannot predict when this may happen.
According to the report, the death toll may reach 35,000, some 120,000 people may be injured while around 175,000 buildings will be damaged.
Where exactly is the West Marikina Valley Fault Line? It lies northeast of Manila and traverses Marikina, Pasig going to Muntinlupa down to the south.
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Instead of being afraid and all panicky, we should make sure we are ready should an earthquake happen.
Here are some earthquake safety tips to remember.
What to do – Before the Earthquake

  • Arrange your home for safety: Store heavy objects on lower shelves and store breakable objects in cabnents with latched doors. Don’t hang heavy mirrors or pictures above where people frequently sit or sleep.
  • Store flamable liquids away from potential ignition sources.
  • Stock up on emergency supplies. These include: battery operated radio (and extra batteries), flashlights (and extra batteries), first aid kit, bottled water, two weeks food and medical supplies, blankets, cooking fuel, tools needed to turn off your gas, water and electric utilities.
  • Learn what to do during an earthquake (see During the Earthquake)

What to do – During the Earthquake

  • If outdoors, move to an open area where falling objects are unlikely to strike you.
  • If driving, slow down smoothly and stop on the side of the road. Avoid stopping on or under bridges and overpasses, or under power lines, trees and large signs.
  • If indoors, quickly move to a safe location in the room such as under a strong desk, a strong table, or along an interior wall. The goal is to protect yourself from falling objects and be located near the structural strong points of the room.

What to do – After the Earthquake

  • Check for injuries and attend to people who may need help.
  • If the power is out, unplug appliances to prevent possible damage when the power is turned back on.
  • If you smell or hear a gas leak, get everyone outside and open windows and doors. If you can do it safely, turn off the gas at the meter.
  • If the building is badly damaged, evacuate immediately.

Sources: GMANews.tv, Earthquake.usgs.gov, Geology.com
Tags: earthquake Philippines, Philippine fault lines, Metro Manila fault line, Marikine Valley fault zone, 7.2 earthquake, June 1991, July 1990 Baguio earthquake, safety precaution tipsAccording to the report, the death toll may reach 35,000, some 120,000 people may be injured while around 175,000 buildings will be damaged.
Where exactly is the West Marikina Valley Fault Line? It lies northeast of Manila and traverses Marikina, Pasig going to Muntinlupa down to the south.
See also: Where is the Marikina Fault Line?
What is the Valley Fault System?
The Valley Fault System, also known as the Marikina Valley Fault System, is a group of dextral strike-slip fault which extends from San Mateo, Rizal to Taguig City on the south; running through the cities of Makati, Marikina, Paranaque, Pasig and Taguig.
The fault contains two segments, known as West Valley Fault and East Valley Fault both located in the city of Marikina in Metro Manila.
The west segment, known as the Western Marikina Fault was one of the two fault segments of the Valley Fault System which runs through the cities of Marikina, Pasig and Muntinlupa and moves in a dominantly dextral strike-slip motion. The West Fault is capable of producing large scale earthquakes on its active phases with a magnitude of 7 or higher.
The eastern segment, known as Eastern Marikina Fault moves in an oblique dextral motion.
Earthquake Safety Tips
Instead of being afraid and all panicky, we should make sure we are ready should an earthquake happen.
Here are some earthquake safety tips to remember.
What to do – Before the Earthquake

  • Arrange your home for safety: Store heavy objects on lower shelves and store breakable objects in cabnents with latched doors. Don’t hang heavy mirrors or pictures above where people frequently sit or sleep.
  • Store flamable liquids away from potential ignition sources.
  • Stock up on emergency supplies. These include: battery operated radio (and extra batteries), flashlights (and extra batteries), first aid kit, bottled water, two weeks food and medical supplies, blankets, cooking fuel, tools needed to turn off your gas, water and electric utilities.
  • Learn what to do during an earthquake (see During the Earthquake)

What to do – During the Earthquake

  • If outdoors, move to an open area where falling objects are unlikely to strike you.
  • If driving, slow down smoothly and stop on the side of the road. Avoid stopping on or under bridges and overpasses, or under power lines, trees and large signs.
  • If indoors, quickly move to a safe location in the room such as under a strong desk, a strong table, or along an interior wall. The goal is to protect yourself from falling objects and be located near the structural strong points of the room.

What to do – After the Earthquake

  • Check for injuries and attend to people who may need help.
  • If the power is out, unplug appliances to prevent possible damage when the power is turned back on.
  • If you smell or hear a gas leak, get everyone outside and open windows and doors. If you can do it safely, turn off the gas at the meter.
  • If the building is badly damaged, evacuate immediately.

See also: Where exactly is the Marikina fault line?
Sources: GMANews.tv, Earthquake.usgs.gov, Geology.com
Tags: earthquake Philippines, Philippine fault lines, Metro Manila fault line, Marikine Valley fault zone, 7.2 earthquake, June 1991, July 1990 Baguio earthquake, safety precaution tipsAccording to the report, the death toll may reach 35,000, some 120,000 people may be injured while around 175,000 buildings will be damaged.
Where exactly is the West Marikina Valley Fault Line? It lies northeast of Manila and traverses Marikina, Pasig going to Muntinlupa down to the south.
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Instead of being afraid and all panicky, we should make sure we are ready should an earthquake happen.
Here are some earthquake safety tips to remember.
What to do – Before the Earthquake

  • Arrange your home for safety: Store heavy objects on lower shelves and store breakable objects in cabnents with latched doors. Don’t hang heavy mirrors or pictures above where people frequently sit or sleep.
  • Store flamable liquids away from potential ignition sources.
  • Stock up on emergency supplies. These include: battery operated radio (and extra batteries), flashlights (and extra batteries), first aid kit, bottled water, two weeks food and medical supplies, blankets, cooking fuel, tools needed to turn off your gas, water and electric utilities.
  • Learn what to do during an earthquake (see During the Earthquake)

What to do – During the Earthquake

  • If outdoors, move to an open area where falling objects are unlikely to strike you.
  • If driving, slow down smoothly and stop on the side of the road. Avoid stopping on or under bridges and overpasses, or under power lines, trees and large signs.
  • If indoors, quickly move to a safe location in the room such as under a strong desk, a strong table, or along an interior wall. The goal is to protect yourself from falling objects and be located near the structural strong points of the room.

What to do – After the Earthquake

  • Check for injuries and attend to people who may need help.
  • If the power is out, unplug appliances to prevent possible damage when the power is turned back on.
  • If you smell or hear a gas leak, get everyone outside and open windows and doors. If you can do it safely, turn off the gas at the meter.
  • If the building is badly damaged, evacuate immediately.

Sources: GMANews.tv, Earthquake.usgs.gov, Geology.com
Tags: earthquake Philippines, Philippine fault lines, Metro Manila fault line, Marikine Valley fault zone, 7.2 earthquake, June 1991, July 1990 Baguio earthquake, safety precaution tipsAccording to the report, the death toll may reach 35,000, some 120,000 people may be injured while around 175,000 buildings will be damaged.
Where exactly is the West Marikina Valley Fault Line? It lies northeast of Manila and traverses Marikina, Pasig going to Muntinlupa down to the south.
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Instead of being afraid and all panicky, we should make sure we are ready should an earthquake happen.
Here are some earthquake safety tips to remember.
What to do – Before the Earthquake

  • Arrange your home for safety: Store heavy objects on lower shelves and store breakable objects in cabnents with latched doors. Don’t hang heavy mirrors or pictures above where people frequently sit or sleep.
  • Store flamable liquids away from potential ignition sources.
  • Stock up on emergency supplies. These include: battery operated radio (and extra batteries), flashlights (and extra batteries), first aid kit, bottled water, two weeks food and medical supplies, blankets, cooking fuel, tools needed to turn off your gas, water and electric utilities.
  • Learn what to do during an earthquake (see During the Earthquake)

What to do – During the Earthquake

  • If outdoors, move to an open area where falling objects are unlikely to strike you.
  • If driving, slow down smoothly and stop on the side of the road. Avoid stopping on or under bridges and overpasses, or under power lines, trees and large signs.
  • If indoors, quickly move to a safe location in the room such as under a strong desk, a strong table, or along an interior wall. The goal is to protect yourself from falling objects and be located near the structural strong points of the room.

What to do – After the Earthquake

  • Check for injuries and attend to people who may need help.
  • If the power is out, unplug appliances to prevent possible damage when the power is turned back on.
  • If you smell or hear a gas leak, get everyone outside and open windows and doors. If you can do it safely, turn off the gas at the meter.
  • If the building is badly damaged, evacuate immediately.

Sources: GMANews.tv, Earthquake.usgs.gov, Geology.com
Tags: earthquake Philippines, Philippine fault lines, Metro Manila fault line, Marikine Valley fault zone, 7.2 earthquake, June 1991, July 1990 Baguio earthquake, safety precaution tipsAccording to the report, the death toll may reach 35,000, some 120,000 people may be injured while around 175,000 buildings will be damaged.
Where exactly is the West Marikina Valley Fault Line? It lies northeast of Manila and traverses Marikina, Pasig going to Muntinlupa down to the south.
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Instead of being afraid and all panicky, we should make sure we are ready should an earthquake happen.
Here are some earthquake safety tips to remember.
What to do – Before the Earthquake

  • Arrange your home for safety: Store heavy objects on lower shelves and store breakable objects in cabnents with latched doors. Don’t hang heavy mirrors or pictures above where people frequently sit or sleep.
  • Store flamable liquids away from potential ignition sources.
  • Stock up on emergency supplies. These include: battery operated radio (and extra batteries), flashlights (and extra batteries), first aid kit, bottled water, two weeks food and medical supplies, blankets, cooking fuel, tools needed to turn off your gas, water and electric utilities.
  • Learn what to do during an earthquake (see During the Earthquake)

What to do – During the Earthquake

  • If outdoors, move to an open area where falling objects are unlikely to strike you.
  • If driving, slow down smoothly and stop on the side of the road. Avoid stopping on or under bridges and overpasses, or under power lines, trees and large signs.
  • If indoors, quickly move to a safe location in the room such as under a strong desk, a strong table, or along an interior wall. The goal is to protect yourself from falling objects and be located near the structural strong points of the room.

What to do – After the Earthquake

  • Check for injuries and attend to people who may need help.
  • If the power is out, unplug appliances to prevent possible damage when the power is turned back on.
  • If you smell or hear a gas leak, get everyone outside and open windows and doors. If you can do it safely, turn off the gas at the meter.
  • If the building is badly damaged, evacuate immediately.

Sources: GMANews.tv, Earthquake.usgs.gov, Geology.com
Tags: earthquake Philippines, Philippine fault lines, Metro Manila fault line, Marikine Valley fault zone, 7.2 earthquake, June 1991, July 1990 Baguio earthquake, safety precaution tips

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59 thoughts on “Big earthquake in Marikina Valley fault line?”

  1. Aww, nakakatakot naman kung mangyari man to, andami pa naman buildings at nakatira sa Manila. I haven’t experience earthquakes talaga, nung bata lang ako pero di ko naman ramdam. I hope kung mangyari man siya walang mamatay sa mangyayari.

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  2. I can still remember the earthquake that struck last July 16, 1990. I was in college then and got home from class at around 4pm in the afternoon. I noted that on my way home, a man just had a heart-attack at the Boni overpass. Somehow there was some sort of “heavy” feeling in the air, really hard to explain, like it was very humid but worse. Anyway, when I got home, I noticed that our dogs were kinda restless but I didn’t pay any attention to them because I wanted to go to the bathroom. I had just sat when it all started. I thought at first I should sit still and prayed it would all stop but when I heard the walls crack, I ran like hell to get out of our house. My brother had a car repair shop then and when I got out I saw half a dozen cars moving up and down more than a foot high each. That felt like it was the longest 60 seconds ever. Whew, thank God no one was hurt in our family and the only damage in our house was the crack at the CR where I was when it all started.
    I just hope that all existing buildings in Metro Manila would be able to withstand any coming big earthquake just like most were able to withstand the one that struck last July 1990 which was a magnitude 7.8.
    .-= Jay Castillo´s latest blog ..To All Rich Dads And Soon-To-Be Rich Dads, Happy Fathers’ Day! =-.

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  3. Same as with Jay, the worst I can remember is the July 16 earthquake. I was in school campus when it happened and when we were having our chemistry lab experiment. It felt like the whole building will collapse. You can not just run away because of the intense shake. Nagkaron pa ng aftershock. And after that is seemed to be my longest walk from Manila to Pasay City.
    Sana nga handa tayo bago dumating yan or better huwag na sana.

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  4. Some thoughts on disaster preparedness/recovery:
    Are You Disaster Ready?
    What do you expect in case of loss? Who cares? Who has disaster preparedness/recovery money for that?
    I don’t have all the answers, but I do have this one:
    A letter pertaining to disaster (hurricane, earthquake, tornado, flood, fire, etc.) has been sent to President Obama on behalf of all insurance policyholders. As a matter of transparency on the record of insurance consumer protection, any response by President Obama will be posted on the following Website for review: http://www.disasterprepared.net/president.html
    Qui potest et debet vetare, jubet: (Law Maxim)
    HE WHO CAN AND OUGHT TO FORBID A THING [IF HE DO NOT FORBID IT] DIRECTS IT

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  5. Nakakabahala, sa Rodriguez Rizal pa naman kami nakatira and work dito sa Pasig. Let’s pray that people be spared from harm.

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  6. Let us all pray that this earthquake will not result to overwhelming damages, injures, and most especially death reports. In short, let’s all pray for the safety of every single Filipino in Metro Manila. “Lord please keep us safe always.”
    God Bless to all of us.

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  7. Do not be scared just continue with our normal life. We need to be prepared always and have faith in God.
    We need to pray that the earthquake will not hapen!
    God bless Philippines!

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  8. if this is so, the government should take initiative to lessen the casualties this earthquake may bring by a well-thought-of and funded program as preparation. I commend the thing the people of the radio station DZAS headed by Ptr. Eric Maliwat is doing. Even before the calamity strikes they advise us to take specific measures of what to do before or during an earthquake occurrence.
    This calamities are inevitable for the bible already has predicted it long before it happens. What we can pray for now is that it happens only for a short time and does not bring so many casualties.
    God have mercy on our country and the others for your children’s sake…

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  9. I am a Catholic, but come on let’s be realistic! Disaster preparedness is the most important message of this topic. Praying alone will never assure you of survavability. Prayer is one thing, preparedness can save you and your family’s lives.

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  10. Nakakatakot yan sobra,lalung-lalo na ang mga buildings sa metro manila ay mainly made of wood and ordinary cement…
    And ang mga buildings sa Manila ay Hindi earthquake proof…
    Manalig nalang tayo sa dyos…tanging siya lamang ang makatutulong satin…
    Peace….

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  11. hinihiling ko lang kay lord n lahat ng pagsubok n binibigay nya ngaun s mga pilipino ay makayanan at sana mga kababayan natin na wag kalimutan magdasal at humingi ng kapatawaran at bigyan nya tayo ng lakas para humarap s pagsubok nya .kung ako lng sana masusunod wag nman sanang madamay ang mga taong walang nagawang kasalanan lalo n ung mga batang paslit n n walang kamuang muang s mundong ibabaw

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  12. sa pagkakataong ito, kagayang nangyaring mga trahedya s ondoy at pepeng sna nman ung mga kababayan natin n sobra sobra ang mga pagkain at pera ay lubos lubusin nyo n ung tumulong s mga kababayan natin dahil pag nmatay tayu at kinuha tayo n lord d mo madadala s langit o impyerno yan .walang ibang magtulong tulong kundi tayung mga pinoy mahirap umasa n lng tayu s ibang bansa kelangan maging matapang tayung humarap at tumayo s sarili nating paa.bangon pilipino STAND UP AND UNITED WE FALL PILIPINO

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  13. LORD YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE THAT KNOWS THE TIME AND THE EXACT PLACE OF THIS GREAT EARTHQUAKE. JESUS LORD…I LIFT UP TO YOU MY WHOLE FAMILY TO BE SAFE IN ANY CALAMITY THAT WILL STRIKE OUR COUNTRY.
    GOD I KNOW YOU WILL NOT LET IT HAPPENED FOR I HAVE FAITH IN YOU.SAVE THE PHILIPPINES JESUS LORD.
    IN YOUR HANDS I LEAVE EVERYTHING IN YOUR CARE.
    THANK YOU…PRAISE YOUR NAME…I EXALT YOUR NAME HIGH…
    YOU ARE MY KINGS AND MY SAVIOR.
    IN JESUS NAME…AMEN.

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  14. Lord,
    I know that you are the only one who has the power to prevent and save us from the earthquake and i have a strong believe in you Lord. Guide us oh Lord in our every day activity and save us from any danger….. In your mercy Lord…. Amen

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  15. hindi tayo dapat maging negative nor afraid of what might will happen, hindi ba dapat mas aware tayo on what are the good deeds na ginagawa natin sa kapwa natin? Kung ano man sakuna ang dumating i guess hindi tayo matatakot if we’re emotionally and most of all spiritually prepared, besides puro temporary lang naman talaga tayo sa mundong ito, hindi pa naman huli ang lahat coz kapag nakita ng Maylikha na tayong mga creations niya ay nagbago at nagbalik loob as written in the bible “Hanggat may isang nanalig at sumasampalataya papanatilihin niyang ligtas ang mundo!”

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  16. Mga kababayan, natatakot ba kayo sa darating na “Killer Quake”? For sure, marami ang nababahala dito pero kung talagang handa tayong mamatay bakit tayo mag-aalala kung wala naman tayong dapat ikatakot sa Diyos, kung wala naman tayong kasalanan? Yun lang mga taong makasalanan ang dapat mag-alala sapagkat impiyerno ang naghihintay sa kanila pag sila’y namatay ngunit sa mga taong matuwid at banal ano mang oras handang mamatay. Ang kamatayan ay tulad ng magnanakaw na darating sa di mo inaasahan panahon o pagkakataon.

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  17. Lets pray harder nawa wag mangyari itong sinasabing great earthquake sa ting bansa or sa kahit saang parte ng mundo.Gayunpaman kailangan nating maging handa.Lord please wag nyo hayaang matuloy itong lindol nato alam namin more than anybody or anything else kayo lang ang pwedeng pumigil ng lindol. All of us lets pray na wag matuloy.

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  18. Mga kapwa ko pinoy, although studies shows that malaki ang chance na magkakaroon ng LIndol sabi nga ng mga experto.. halika at sabay sabay tayo manalangin na sana wag naman mangyari ito..I still believe that the LORD has control over everything kaya halika at manalig tayo lahat..

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  19. this is biggest thing that we need to face kung mangyari man ito maraming bagay ang magbabago we wish to save my life and of course my family and all people na tatamaan ng lindol

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  20. >>>sna nman po wlang mangyring earthquake d2 sa pilipinas!!!
    >>>mrmi npoh kcng tao ang nttkot dhil dian…
    >>>di rn po kmi hnda sa mga i2 kc hndi nmin alm kng anu ang ggwin..
    >>>alm po nmin n dasal lng ang mkktlong s atin!!!

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    • This is not just a wake up call, not just even in our Marikina people but to all Filipino…Let us come together in the the throne of the mercy of God. and ask His in “His Judgement He will remember mercy” (pipneti) Pastors and Intercessors Prayer Networks Inc. standing in the gap in behalf of Marikina city. Let us plead to God that Marikina Fault Line will be healed by our God. Pray that the shelter of the Most High God will be the protective covering of the Marikina Valley especially in enemy territories (Psalm 91:1)

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  21. Nagpanic ako nung narinig ko to sa Mel and Joey last Sunday. Ang sabi nga nila e every 200 years gumagalaw ung fault line and its due na any moment and ang sabi pa na intensity 8 or higher and tatamang lindol. Huwag naman ipagkaloob pero kung mangyayari ito, malaking danyos ang sasapitin natin. Magdasal na lang tayo na iligtas tayo, ang ating mga pamilya, kaibigan at ibang tao. Kung maaari ngang walang masasawi, mas mabuti. Or kung mangyayari man ito, sana ito ay mangyari sa panahon na walang pasok o holiday so walang pasok sa mga opisina/gusali at nasa ating mga bahay bahay lang tayo which I believe na mas ligtas. Lord please help us.

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  22. upon hearing this news i been wondering what would be it look like if its like what happen to haiti or even worse but one thing is i know our CREATOR is the most powerful and knowledgeable in everything if we have the faith even what will happen we know that he will not forsaken us. the only question now is why does the government and those political bodies that are runnning for the 2010 election dont pay attention this kind of problem that our country will be facing eventhough we don’t know when it will happen, why they don’t waste their billions of money for this kind of calamity than those adds that they have in TV and for their poster.

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    • i hope our government and those political bodies that are running for next year election 2016,must pay attention this kind of problem that we are facing now….nakakatakot isipin. ung mga victims of calamities like in Leyte, ung mga dapat na natanggap nila ay di nakarating sa kanila, naharang pa ng mga taong walang konsensya. I hope this time, makialam ng husto ang gobyerno natin, hindi ung sarili lang nila ang iniisip nila.., but in the end… still prayer is the answer to all this worries… sana gabayan tayo ni LORD…

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  23. im planning 2 buy a property nr batasan qc,eithr in filinvest 2.suagartown or nelson ville.also im checkin in marikina greenheights subd bside parco grocery and nr sta lucia mall goin 2 cainta.are dis places wil b most likely get hit by mvf?pls advise bec i dont want 2 buy a property dat will put my family in danger.and 4 evrybodys security pls published a exact list of subd or areas dat will b hit by mvf.so dat evybody can prepare and b cautious in buyin a property.ty

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  24. When I heard this, I was really shocked and frightened out of my wits!
    I hope that this will not happen and if it cannot be helped at all, somewhere in the future like 2 or 3 years from now because currently my family (I still live with my mom and siblings) and I are living in Pasig City, Near Marikina and it’s unnerving to think that something so unexpected and horrifying will happen any moment.
    I pray and believe that God will never let us down in times like these.

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  25. Zune and iPod: Most people compare the Zune to the Touch, but after seeing how slim and surprisingly small and light it is, I consider it to be a rather unique hybrid that combines qualities of both the Touch and the Nano. It’s very colorful and lovely OLED screen is slightly smallercheap shirt wholesale than the touch screen, but the player itself feels quite a bit smaller and lighter. It weighs about 2/3 as much, and is noticeably smaller in width and height, while being just a hair thicker.

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  26. July 16 1990 EQ still remember na pinatago ko yung 5mos. old ko na baby with my nephew sa ilalim ng lamesa FYI narra table yon, tpos sinundo ko yung eldest son ko sa skul, naawa ako sa mga teacher na halos di nila alam ang gagawin nila sa mga estudyante nila… sad to remember that moment, that was when we are still leaving in manila. at least now dito na kmi taytay and wla nman sa marikina fault area nmin, but still worried of people in manila.Prayer lng ang kailangan khit anong fault pa yan.

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  27. Prayer is the only answer to all of these worries…. AS FAR AS I KNOW no expert or machine can forecast an earthquake. They (experts) might rely their predictions on trend. Trend may vary, we dont even know when it will halt and we are lucky if after several occurences of earthquakes in our neighboring countries suddenly stop (the trend) when the Philippines is next in line. I am not saying to disregard this warning, thanks to the people with great concern to our environment and to all the people of our beloved country. Thank you thank you. Disasters do happen, we just dont know when and whose time will it happen. What we can do for now is just pray hard, be prepared and please DONT PANIC!!!

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  28. nkakatakot,ang mga nangyari sa buong mundo,isa na nga kaya sa sinyales na magugunaw na ang mundo?maraming katanungan ang pumapasok sa utak ko,isa lng ang ating mga sandigan ang paginoon diyos,ng xng luikha sa atin di ntin alam kung kailan nya ito babawiin,kung hanggang saan at kung hangang kailan…?

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  29. handa ba tayo kung sakasakaling maguho ang mundo ?
    Kung hindi, nararapat lamang na simulan ang landas patungo sa pakikiisa sa Panginoon.
    walang ibang paraan kung di sa pagsusunod sa kagustuhan ng Lumikha…
    oras nag manubalik ang Kaharian pinagako Ni Kristo, Ikaw kasama ka ba ?

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  30. Only God knows when and how…. always be prepared to meet our creator our heavenly father… He alone can decide about us … he knows the best for us…

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  31. ask ko lng kng malapit s cainta ang fault line?? and ang sss village po b sakop dn b?? kc near kami s sss at cainta.. boundary lng kmi.. thanks!

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  32. Kaya pala ang hirap mag benta ng lupa sa Marikina, and I dont know kung papaano nabubuhay ang Marikina City, I visited the place, kaunti lang ang may mga sabihin na natin class B and C..maraming class D dahil nga yung mga bagong town houses na tinayo nila along east drive and at the side of S-Mall and malapit o halos tapat ng main gate of that exclusive school for the girls ay hindi na yata mabenta, tinutulungan nalang ata ng QC government yan to exist dahil kaunti lang ang tax payers. maganda sana ang lugar kundi lang binaha ng Ondoy at malapit sa fault line, presko ang hangin dahil maraming puno pero naging tambakan nalang ng mga illegal settlers from QC.

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