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Which state is most safest to live from all natural disasters?

Sonny 2013/05/03 14:47:37
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  • The Andoxico 2013/05/03 19:05:58
    The Andoxico
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    I'd say Minnesota, the lake sucks the energy from tornadoes, far away from tectonic plates and rarely any wildfires. The worst we gets is a couple blizzards.

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  • Keith 2013/05/06 16:23:35
    Keith
    Maryland. Natural disasters have been very rare here so far. Severe weather events don't happen here often. Seismic activity is minimal.
  • cocktailsquid 2013/05/04 21:19:13
    cocktailsquid
    Not California. O.O They have almost everything.
  • Jerry 2013/05/04 05:31:01
    Jerry
    +1
    ............ " .......... Nevada......... " ...........
  • Sonny 2013/05/04 04:35:08
    Sonny
    I'm hoping maybe Indiana or Oregon
  • DoxieDad 2013/05/04 04:27:48
    DoxieDad
    Colorado or Wyoming
  • Diana 2013/05/04 01:32:48
    Diana
    Virginia is one.
  • wildcat 2013/05/04 01:09:03
    wildcat
    Rhode Island, it's too small to get hit very often.
  • Shifting Piece 2013/05/03 23:00:16
    Shifting Piece
    +1
    Someplace in the middle I assume
  • EllaBella 2013/05/03 21:49:34
    EllaBella
    +1
    where'd you get the graphic?
  • Sonny EllaBella 2013/05/03 23:08:15
    Sonny
    google
  • EllaBella Sonny 2013/05/03 23:37:44
    EllaBella
    http://www.w3.org - this is the source of the graphic and I can't figure out what the website is.
  • Sonny EllaBella 2013/05/03 23:41:27
    Sonny
    I have no idea what it means, I just take stuff to use as example, who cares what it means?..doesn't matter
  • Karlheinz 2013/05/03 20:45:54
  • Master-V-Libertarian~ 平和 2013/05/03 20:13:36
    Master-V-Libertarian~ 平和
    +1
    Iowa maybe but it sometimes gets hit by tornadoes.
  • Philo® ~PWCM~JLA ✩ 2013/05/03 20:06:09
    Philo® ~PWCM~JLA ✩
    +1
    Denial.
  • Indigo Mood 2013/05/03 19:40:42
  • ScorpioMaurus 2013/05/03 19:17:22
    ScorpioMaurus
    +1
    No clue but I know my city is in a pretty safe zone within the state, Wisconsin gets hit by a few tornadoes every year but in my area last time sirens went off for an actual threat was 2007 and the whole sky turned minty green with pitch black clouds.
  • Kurt 2013/05/03 19:09:27
    Kurt
    +1
    I'd say Montana.
  • cents-less 2013/05/03 19:08:26
  • The Andoxico 2013/05/03 19:05:58
    The Andoxico
    +3
    I'd say Minnesota, the lake sucks the energy from tornadoes, far away from tectonic plates and rarely any wildfires. The worst we gets is a couple blizzards.
  • questio... The And... 2013/05/03 19:27:12
    questionsparks
    +1
    Maine's the same way, we'd have to guess as to which has the worst blizzards though. Sure some storms come up the coast but by the time they get here they're nothing.
  • MercuryZero (v.2) 2013/05/03 19:02:22
    MercuryZero (v.2)
    +1
    ...Well I live in Hawai'i and the worst we've had was an earthquake years ago and a few 'tsunami warnings'. So relatively safe. ^^
  • flyingseaturtle BN 2013/05/03 19:00:02
    flyingseaturtle BN
    +1
    None...
  • Jack's Pearl 2013/05/03 18:19:55
  • kcandi 2013/05/03 16:27:20
    kcandi
    +1
    My state - Oregon
  • rand 2013/05/03 15:07:36
    rand
    +1
    Somewhere in the Southwest, I'd guess, is the most safe... or safest. The further south and west one goes, the less impact he'll notice from anthropogenic climate change.
  • Shae rand 2013/05/03 16:21:19
    Shae
    +1
    Like Arizona and New Mexico? If temperatures rise they will be the first to go without water.
  • rand Shae 2013/05/03 22:18:24
    rand
    +2
    Water allocations will drop proportionately according to states' agreements, but, yes, those in the SW will either learn to do with less or pay to desalinate. We face the same issue here on the Baja. And it's about less precipitation more than higher temps.
  • Shae rand 2013/05/04 11:56:57
    Shae
    +1
    That makes sense. I remember watching something on the discovery channel about New Mexico and Arizona having to ration water in the future.
  • Philo® ... rand 2013/05/03 19:16:30
    Philo® ~PWCM~JLA ✩
    +1
    well, it's a good this that's a myth, then...
  • WF - Rumpelstiltskin -PWCM~JLA 2013/05/03 14:59:30
    WF - Rumpelstiltskin -PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Wow, I thought about this and looked it up. Per FEMA Utah has had the fewest natural disasters.
  • Veritas 2013/05/03 14:58:00
    Veritas
    +3
    I study catastrophe's for a living. I haven't found a totally safe spot yet! When mother nature is ready to speak her mind, there's no stopping her. The best anyone can do is be as prepared as they can be and try not sweat would may or may not happen.
  • Sister Jean 2013/05/03 14:55:02

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