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    Posted October 7, 2010 by
    Los Angeles, California

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    New technological emergencies and disasters is expected!


    As we all learned about the domestic and the foreign press has been continuously broadcast in Hungary, mud-to-date news and developments related to disaster. But this time a further disaster forecasting and warning you again on our way for you to publish, which may occur within days. Findings and conclusions that the pollution created great impact on the food industry and also operating around the area on the meat processing industry, especially in severe food poisoning and can be calculated (Cause unknown derivation: storage, storage errors, omissions human context), more 25-30 km radius of town. The area is also more vulnerable agricultural and industrial zone is located, where brown coal mining, bauxite extraction and storage of different surrounding places, so many non-public and other flammable storage room and underground storage of terrestrial, is also dangerous fire and explosion storage facilities are located at. The true environmental disaster, even after all this is only expected, when the (10. 07. 2010 – 10. 15. 2010) - probably a medium (2 5-4 magnitude), the expected earthquake and landslides in some places may be smaller, the affected area and from our calculations and is defined as ca.,

    25 to 45-km-away zone (Káld, Jánosháza, Celldömölk), situated north-west direction.

    This earthquake is also critical, state of emergency and help the cause of toxic contamination to reach the surrounding great rivers (Marcal, Raba, the Danube), and it's even better they contaminate. Please consider this a serious prediction and warning of good intentions. A few days ago the weather conditions will not benefit the story. Be very careful of this emphasis should be placed on safety standards in this matter and to take in this regard, the possible precautions and official notifications to the affected communities.


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