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 Coast to Coast - October 10 2017 - US Earthquake Threats - The Intuition Age
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DATE:   Tuesday - October 10, 2017
HOST:   George Noory
GUESTS: Kathryn Miles, Penney Peirce

In the first half, journalist and writer-in-residence for Green Mountain 
College, Kathryn Miles, discussed her journey across the U.S. in search of the 
truth about the threat of earthquakes. In a number of circumstances, human 
activity is creating conditions which could result in serious damage such as in 
states involved in fracking and oil extraction. Other types of building projects 
(such as the construction of Hoover Dam) have set off earthquakes over the 
years, and it's important to recognize the risks, she suggested. The US, unlike 
Mexico and Japan, doesn't have an early warning system (providing a 30-40 second 
advance notice), and surprisingly this short amount of time can actually save 
lives and damage, such as in stopping a train or diverting a plane.

There appears to be an intrinsic relationship between water and seismic 
activity, she reported. "You'll see an earthquake happen in say, Idaho and the 
water table levels and well levels will be affected in places like Hawaii and 
Puerto Rico," she cited. Some of the lower population states like Alaska are 
more at risk for earthquakes but in high density areas the damage will be more 
severe. For example, New York City, which is at risk of a quake, she continued, 
could suffer devastation from even a moderate earthquake. There are, in fact, 
some 2,100 fault lines in America that we know of, Miles pointed out, and 
unfortunately some of the ones that have been discovered in recent years run 
underneath nuclear power plants like Indian Point.

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In the latter half, pioneer in the field of intuition development, Penney Peirce 
updated her work on the global shift from the Information Age to the Intuition 
Age. She also talked about her concept of becoming personally transparent. By 
allowing people to see your authentic self, and identify yourself as a soul, you 
become empowered, she explained, and this also brings about a new form of 
reality. Souls, she continued, don't understand fear, and or have the need to 
hide or lie. Part of the old perception or "opaque reality" is needing to having 
fixed ideas or beliefs that lock us in to a certain way of being, she added.

Intuition or direct knowing is something that we're all born with-- your body 
has knowledge from the field or aura around us, Peirce said, but in order to 
access this, you have to get away from left brain thinking (this is associated 
with one's internal dialogue or "monkey mind"). Usually when an intuition hits, 
it's an all over, all at once feeling, not a progressive one, she detailed. "I 
call it your truth signal-- sometimes people get chills down the arm...there are 
these subtle signals that we gloss over."

News segment guests: John Curtis, Mish Shedlock

WEBSITE(S):
kathrynmiles.net
penneypeirce.com

BOOK(S):
Quakeland
Superstorm: Nine Days Inside Hurricane Sandy
Transparency: Seeing Through to Our Expanded Human Capacity
Leap of Perception