Petition Closed
Petitioning California Governor Jerry Brown

Empanel the Cal. Earthquake Prediction Evaluation Council

According to USGS estimates, the next great quake to occur on the southern sections of San Andreas will take 2,000 lives, injure tens of thousands and cause inestimable property and infrastructure damage. Rather than doing nothing but waiting for the inevitable, author David Nabhan has put forward in "Forecasting the Catastrophe" the first step toward a potential rudimentary seismic warning system for the US West Coast, and has written it specifically to be presented to the governor of California. It IS one of the duties of Gov. Brown, as California's Chief Executive and through Governor's Office of Emergency Services to empanel the above named body whenever any predictive or precursory plan having to do with seismicity in California is presented. If this isn't deemed "important" for the people of the West Coast, then the word itself should be retired from the English language.

Letter to
California Governor Jerry Brown
I just signed the following petition addressed to: California Governor Jerry Brown.

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Empanel the Cal. Earthquake Prediction Evaluation Council

According to USGS estimates, the next great quake to occur on the southern sections of San Andreas will take 2,000 lives, injure tens of thousands and cause inestimable property and infrastructure damage. Rather than doing nothing but waiting for the inevitable, author David Nabhan has put forward in "Forecasting the Catastrophe" the first step toward a potential rudimentary seismic warning system for the US West Coast, and has written it specifically to be presented to the governor of California. It IS one of the duties of Gov. Brown, as California's Chief Executive and through Governor's Office of Emergency Services to empanel the above named body whenever any predictive or precursory plan having to do with seismicity in California is presented. If this isn't deemed "important" for the people of the West Coast, then the word itself should be retired from the English language.
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Sincerely,