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To Agre. Arizona is a Natural Disaster with all the Illegals in the State.That alone is a Disaster.
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first of all this article is a joke gauging natural disasters on a 20 years of data is just dumb. Secondly if you are near the ocean you get storms, surf and the ocassional Tsunami. I have surfed all my life and I never live on the beach.
Now lets talk about safe use your brain, have a plan for what is likely to come your way. Some bottled water a little food and a first aide kit will solve alot of problems. By the way the biggest tsunami in makinds history was from Krakatoa at 100 meters so if you live above 500 feet you are basically safe (palau really)
All said is accurate. except for those pesky basin and range earthquakes. The fault in brigham city is overdue for a seriously violent shaker.
As far as Park City, if you can enjoy the fruits and nuts, be my guest.
There are hardly any job opportunities, nor is there any very good schools here.
Your best bet would to move somewhere where the air isn't dry and the skies are actually blue (the pollution here is horrible).
During all those years the only disaster the city experienced was a forest fire north of it and a moderate earthquake that was centered in the MacKay area a couple of hundred miles to the northeast..
The city has little doings with Mother Nature, the winters are cold and dry, with not much in the way of snow or rain, something I missed very much, especially rain.. Although, when I first moved to Boise in 1973 the winters had plenty of snow, often 2 to 3 feet, but they simply disappeared after 4 or 5 years.. The summers are hot and, indeed, can become very uncomfortable, sometimes reaching into the triple digits but those extremely hot days don't last too long and if you like heat, you'll love Boise.. It is truly high desert country bordering right between the desert and the mountains..
There is a lot to do in Boise, plenty of skiing, water sports, etc, and if you desire to live in a disaster free area, Boise's the place for you.. If, however, you prefer to live a bit on the edge, and like rainstorms and thunderstorms, lots of variety in the weather, then I highly recommend you avoid Boise, it's as devoid of excitement in that regard as the surface of the moon..
Incredible that the writer is drawing erroneous conclusions on 50 or so years of data and then actually getting paid for posting it. It takes a lot longer than that to get statistical disaster data. I hope the writer is not building on the side of a volcano or selling that building site to the msn editor that let this miscarriage of fact pass. My conclusion is not to believe what I see posted on this site any longer.
All of these places are very beautiful, but according to this article, only millionaires can live there! How about an article that talks about disaster-proof AFFORDABLE places to live for the rest of us poor schmucks!
I think a more interesting discussion should be the association of disaster areas and the cost of real estate.
Florida Real Estate : Hurricanes
California Real Estate: Earthquakes
New York Real Estate: Humans
Coastal Properties: Hurricanes, Oil Spills, etc....
are the most expensive although proned to disasters.