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The Tohoku Earthquake Four Years Later

It’s now March 11th.  At 2:46 pm Japan time on March 11th, 2011, the fourth most powerful recorded earthquake struck northeastern Japan off the coast of Tohoku.  522 more words


Shifting Soils

Today we are traveling to New Zealand, figuratively speaking. Before our trip, we need to have a short geography lesson. New Zealand is in the southern Hemisphere, with two islands, logically, if not creatively, named North Island and South Island. 1,554 more words

Geology, History and the Word of God.

“Therefore, everyone who hears these words of Mine and acts on them will be like a sensible man who built his house on the rock. The rain fell, the rivers rose, and the winds blew and pounded that house.

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Liquefaction Zones Of San Francisco's Marina District

I have a great listing currently for sale at 1487 Chestnut Street (corner Gough & Chestnut) here in San Francisco, and of the 50 or so people I actually had the chance to speak with at yesterday’s Open House, all of them (not kidding) asked if this property is built on… 224 more words

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Mashing: Starch Liquefaction

Craft Distiller Education


“The process of Liquefying”. More importantly to distillers, it is the process of breaking down the starch that became available through… 803 more words


City of Tigard, Relative Liquefaction

For The last year or so I have been engaged in contract work for the City of Tigard. As that work is soon coming to completion, in the next few weeks I will be posting some of my work for them. 122 more words

Bexley Wetland

Bexley Wetland, at the mouth of the Avon River (just before it joins into the Avon-Heathcote Estuary) is almost unrecognisable after the 2011 earthquakes. Liquefaction was substantial in this area and many homes adjacent to the wetland were destroyed. 68 more words