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LINDOL, HANDA BA ANG MGA PINOY?
« on: May 30, 2012, 11:49:17 PM »
LINDOL, HANDA BA ANG MGA PINOY?

Ang nangyaring lindol at tsunami sa Japan ay nag-iwan ng katanungan sa ating mga Pilipino. Sakaling humagupit din sa atin ang ganito kalakas na lindol, handa ba tayo?

Ang sabi sa pag aaral na ginawa ng JICA at PHILVOCS, aktibo ang valley fault system sa Pilipinas. Kapag gumalaw ito ay posibleng magdulot ng malakas na paglindol na makakaapekto sa kalakhang Maynila.

Paano masisiguro ang kaligtasan ng mga taong nasa paligid ng fault line?

Kayo ba? Kung tatanungin ba kayo? Handa na ba kayo?

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LINDOL, HANDA BA ANG MGA PINOY?
« on: May 30, 2012, 11:49:17 PM »

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« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2012, 05:00:32 PM »
Para sa mga condo owners, earthquake is a big threat. Kaya kapag bumibili tayo ng real estate properties, dapat nating siguraduhing malayo ito sa anumang fault line. But for DMCI condo owners, they don’t have to worry. A year before construction, I think they are conducting feasibility study. So we are confident that all DMCI Homes’ properties are not close to any seismic fault line.

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« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2012, 06:10:39 PM »
Living in a country located along the Pacific Ring of Fire, it is crucial that we are ready for sudden natural upheavals, such as what you've mentioned, earthquakes.

With such adversity knocking at our doorstep, we should concern ourselves with ensuring that the structures and edifices around us are ready for this, especially those that house our families.

DMCI Homes, one of the real estate developers in the country, sees to it that its products are designed to strictly adhere to global standards in order to endure different environmental challenges, and give its residents the peace of mind in knowing that their homes are reliable.

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« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2012, 10:34:40 PM »
Are DMCI Agents transparent when it comes disclosing the real deal with consumers?

Kamusta ba ang mga projects nd DMCI? so far ba aling projects ang malapit sa fault line nila?

i heard about yung sa bandang Ateneo... Blue Residences ata name nya... malapit sa Marikina Fault line... pero considering of its close proximity through Ateneo Campus and UP, e nagkakaroon pa rin ng value..

So talagang kelangan i weigh ang mga options kung a prospective buyer is seriously considering to buy one.


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« Reply #4 on: June 14, 2012, 12:16:52 PM »
Living in a country located along the Pacific Ring of Fire, it is crucial that we are ready for sudden natural upheavals, such as what you've mentioned, earthquakes.

With such adversity knocking at our doorstep, we should concern ourselves with ensuring that the structures and edifices around us are ready for this, especially those that house our families.

DMCI Homes, one of the real estate developers in the country, sees to it that its products are designed to strictly adhere to global standards in order to endure different environmental challenges, and give its residents the peace of mind in knowing that their homes are reliable.

I believe you are correct cathreyes. Prevention, really is a big step to ensuring the safety of our people. Kudos to DMCI Homes for providing homes that are secured and built according to efficient floor plans and made with high-quality structures with first-rate construction techniques.

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Re: LINDOL, HANDA BA ANG MGA PINOY?
« Reply #5 on: June 15, 2012, 10:42:20 PM »
To answer the question, i believe hindi pa lubusang handa ang Pinoy.. lalo na sa mga nakatira sa Metro Manila... Paano pa ngayon at kaliwa't kanan pa ang mga nagpapagawa at nagpapatayo ng condominiums, mga high rise pa in fact...  I only wonder kung yung mga nabebentahan ng property e  sinasabihan sila ng precautions about the property they are buying. To think marami sa mga condo ay nadadaanan ng Marikina Fault Line.


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« Reply #6 on: June 15, 2012, 10:52:11 PM »
You better read this...'It's unlivable': QC, Phivolcs study renews warnings over West Valley Fault... talagang merong kailangang gawin ang government kung hindi marami ang mapipinsala talaga....

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'It's unlivable': QC, Phivolcs study renews warnings over West Valley Fault
MANILA, Philippines - Government geologists have found evidence of ground displacement along the West Valley Fault line, validating earlier warnings by national and local authorities that the fault - running 7.2 kilometers from Parañaque through Makati, Taguig, Marikina, to San Mateo along the periphery of Quezon City - remains active.

This came to light as the Quezon City government and the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) on Monday completed trenching work across the West Valley Fault line at Barangay Bagong Silangan, Novaliches. Intended to identify ground rupture movements and slip rates across the fault, the trenching activities found abrupt changes in sediment layers in the area, Quezon City officials said.

The activity involved excavations of two trenches, about 50 meters apart, within a 50-hectare property owned by Banco Filipino at Barangay Bagong Silangan. The area, according to a Metro Manila Earthquake Impact Reduction Study (MMEIRS), shows high susceptibility to earthquakes, along with Barangay Payatas, also in Novaliches.

The exposed trench walls indicated that at least two to three earthquake events had in fact already taken place in the area in the past. Phivolcs is now collecting charcoal pieces for carbon-14 analysis to determine the approximate time of the occurrence of the said earthquakes and the estimate of the age of the sediment layers affected by the ground displacement.

"The Phivolcs findings just validated the claim that the West Valley Fault Line is indeed active," said Elmo San Diego, action officer of the QC disaster risk reduction management council and head of the city's department of public order and safety. The MMEIRS suggests that a magnitude 7.2 earthquake may originate at the West Valley Fault line at some point in the future.

San Diego reiterated QC Mayor Herbert Bautista's call to declare the 7-kilometer stretch of the fault system that runs through QC's periphery a danger zone. "The safety of our residents, particularly those living on top of the fault line, is non-negotiable," San Diego said. "The fault line is unlivable."

The fault line cuts across major cities in Metro Manila, and has in its path scores of large subdivisions and schools. Ateneo de Manila and the University of the Philippines in Diliman are both situated near or atop the fault line which has not moved in 200 years, but which Phivolcs had warned in 2011 may therefore by "ripe for movement".

Batasan Hills in the northern stretch of the fault has within its vicinity the House of Representatives of the Philippines. To the south, subdivisions such as Green Meadows, Valle Verde, and McKinley Hills all sit atop the fault. Ayala Heights in Quezon is similarly situated in an area within the potential influence of movements along the line.

http://www.interaksyon.com/article/26093/its-unlivable-qc-phivolcs-study-renews-warnings-over-west-valley-fault

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« Reply #7 on: June 15, 2012, 10:56:18 PM »
hala kasama yung village namin sa bahay... kelangan informed sila dito.


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Re: LINDOL, HANDA BA ANG MGA PINOY?
« Reply #8 on: June 15, 2012, 10:59:47 PM »
yung ibang officemates ko yung iba nakatira sa Green Meadows, Valle Verde, and McKinley Hills ... mga mayayaman pa nakatira

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Re: LINDOL, HANDA BA ANG MGA PINOY?
« Reply #9 on: June 15, 2012, 11:09:15 PM »
If this is indeed happening at aware ang gobyerno dito, ano na ba ang ginagawa nila ngayon?


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« Reply #10 on: June 15, 2012, 11:13:37 PM »
Well as far as the government is  concerned, they are doing this geohazard map.  atleast may plano na sila... dapat noon pa eto ginawa.

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Work on new geohazard map begins

MANILA, Philippines - The environment department's Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) has started work on a new and improved geohazard map following the recent calamities that hit the country.

The new map gives a more detailed look to areas prone landslides, floods, and other dangers.

The MGB said they can't stress enough the importance of a geohazard map in identifying danger zones and warning affected residents.

"Mas magbibigay ito ng mas detalyadong information kung saan tatama ang landslide at baha para maiwasang may mamatay," MGB Director Leo Jasareno said.

In the map, areas that are prone to landslides and sinkholes, as well as those near faults, are immediately obvious.

The MGB will also identify boundaries of barangays, and marking rivers and nearby roads.

The bureau said this will make it easier for anyone to determine if their homes are situated in danger zones.

Authorities are able to identify more active landslide areas because the map is more detailed.

"Dahil mas na-magnify ang mapa, mas maraming active landslide pa na dapat ipaalam sa mga tao," Jasareno said.

Included in the most landslide-prone areas are the provinces of Benguet, Mountain Province, and Nueva Vizcaya.

Meanwhile, Pampanga, Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan are in the top 10 list of most flood-prone provinces.

The bureau expects to complete work on the new geohazard map, which will cover the entire country, by 2014. - report from Sol Aragones, ABS-CBN News; ANC


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Re: LINDOL, HANDA BA ANG MGA PINOY?
« Reply #11 on: June 17, 2012, 11:17:22 AM »

Alam nyo bang kakalindol lang kahapon sa baguio? Check this out..



A 6.1-magnitude earthquake jolted the sea area off the Philippine island of Luzon early Sunday, US seismologists said.

The US Geological Survey said the quake had a depth of 35 kilometres (22 miles) and hit at 6:19 am (2219 GMT Saturday) some 143 kilometres southwest of the city of Baguio and 181 kilometres northwest of the capital Manila.

The Philippines sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire -- a belt around the Pacific Ocean dotted by active volcanoes and unstable ocean trenches.

In February, a 6.7-magnitude earthquake in the central Philippines triggered landslides that left over a hundred people dead or missing.

One fault line runs directly under Manila, a metropolis of more than 12 million people, and government seismologists have warned the city is unprepared for a major quake.

http://ph.news.yahoo.com/6-1-quake-hits-off-southwest-philippines-usgs-232050376.html


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« Reply #12 on: June 17, 2012, 11:21:34 AM »
mga paalala lang yan sa atin na paparating na ang THE BIG ONE....hindi lang natin kung kelan at papano to magaganap but certainly malapit na at unti unti na natin nakikita ang mga signos na nangyayari sa ibat ibang panig ng mundo....its time to pray all together and keep our faith in the Lord Almighty...."What foretold in the scriptures and the Bible should be done in order to put in a proper situation all things that God made"....

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Re: LINDOL, HANDA BA ANG MGA PINOY?
« Reply #13 on: June 27, 2012, 02:55:37 PM »
Are DMCI Agents transparent when it comes disclosing the real deal with consumers?

Kamusta ba ang mga projects nd DMCI? so far ba aling projects ang malapit sa fault line nila?

i heard about yung sa bandang Ateneo... Blue Residences ata name nya... malapit sa Marikina Fault line... pero considering of its close proximity through Ateneo Campus and UP, e nagkakaroon pa rin ng value..

So talagang kelangan i weigh ang mga options kung a prospective buyer is seriously considering to buy one.

The Blue Residences is NOT a DMCI Project. It is from SMDC (SM Development Corporation). Meron pa kasing study na ginagawa ang DMCI bago magtayo ng condominium. Kasama sa consideration nila yang mga Fault lines. Kaya sigurado na HINDI ipapahamak ni DMCI ang mga residents niya.

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Re: LINDOL, HANDA BA ANG MGA PINOY?
« Reply #14 on: June 27, 2012, 04:34:47 PM »
@mary

mabuti nga kung ganun sa DMCI. dapat inadapt eto ng SMDC para safe. sino kaya nagpa approve ng policy nila na gawin din eto sa may bandang Ateneo? it appears to me that gusto lang nila kumita ng pera e. at nagkaroon ng corruption or under the table para maapprove mga permits nila/bldg permit.

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