Remote Alaska to stockpile food, just in case, WHY?

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Do they know something we don't?

By Becky Bohrer on August 29, 2012

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Alaska is known for pioneering, self-reliant residents who are accustomed to remote locations and harsh weather. Despite that, Gov. Sean Parnell worries a major earthquake or volcanic eruption could leave the state's 720,000 residents stranded and cut off from food and supply lines. His answer: Build giant warehouses full of emergency food and supplies, just in case.

For some in the lower 48, it may seem like an extreme step. But Parnell says this is just Alaska.



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Ya, that does sound quite fishy. Maybe the HAARP station is expected to explode or something, lol. Or maybe they DO know about plans to erupt some volcanos in the area, close enough by, but far enough away to not harm them, but "could possibly" cut them off. It's all hooey, and I wish they would just stop F'ing with us and let the world be for what it is and what it COULD be.