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Unread 01-13-2010, 08:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Haiti Earthquake in Photos **graphic image triggered**

Photos taken shortly after the earthquake showing the devestation ... *caution* some blood and injured including the dead. The last photo is most poignant.
http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/201..._in_haiti.html
Another photo essay... http://blogs.denverpost.com/captured...uake-in-haiti/

Interesting video of a dog sensing an earthquake just moments before it happens... not in haiti but still probably what happened on the island in the city. See how dog just tears on outta there!


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Unread 01-13-2010, 10:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Clicked to link other website but nothing!!!

I looked at video with title. This video is not from Haiti. That was happen in Calif.
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Same here.... websites aren't working.

Cats could sense the earthquake few days before it happen, by their odd behavior such as running in circle or hiding in the dark spot.
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Unread 01-13-2010, 11:22 PM   #4 (permalink)
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1989 Earthquake in SF, Calif.

I remembered that my co-worker explain me about baby tried to crawl under the toy car before start quake.

Please be patient to wait until you will see baby.

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At :38 second, there was a lady trying to arm-wing to keep herself balanced - hilarious!
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First U.S. military aid reaches quake-stricken Haiti
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Washington (CNN) -- With the first of its flights touching down in earthquake-devastated Haiti late Wednesday afternoon, the U.S. began deploying military planes, ships and ground troops to the Caribbean nation.

One of two planes carrying a 30-person assessment team arrived at Port-au-Prince airport about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. The team will assess what Haiti needs to cope with the immediate aftermath of the disaster.

One of the team's first jobs is to get the airport working to a point where it can handle all the flights coming in from around the world filled with people and supplies to help the victims of the quake.

The U.S. Southern Command is leading the Department of Defense's response. Gen. P.K. Keen, deputy commander of the Southern Command, was in Haiti when the quake struck and has seen the situation at the airport.

"He says the runway is functional, but the tower doesn't have communications capability. The passenger terminal ... has structural damage to it, so we don't know what the status of it is, " said Gen. Douglas Fraser, head of U.S. Southern Command. "So we have a group going in to make sure we can gain and secure the airfield and operate from it, because that's one of those locations we think we're going to have a lot of the immediate effort -- from an international basis -- going into."

The group includes a unit of U.S. Air Force Special Operations Forces that departed Hurlburt Field in Florida on Wednesday afternoon. They include airmen and equipment to set up temporary air traffic control systems as well as search-and-rescue experts.

Fraser also has ordered the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson to steam toward Haiti. The ship was at sea near Virginia when the quake hit and as it sails south, it will stop at Mayport, Florida, Naval Station to pick up supplies.

The Carl Vinson "had a very small complement of aircraft on it when it was at sea," Fraser told reporters at the Pentagon on Wednesday. "As ... it passes through or by Mayport, we're going to provision it with as much capability as we can, primarily looking at helicopter capacity ... because we need to be able to get around the country."

The carrier is able to provide needed helicopters for lifting aid from the ship into the country as well as moving construction equipment to places where the machines are needed to clear rubble.

The U.S. Navy also activated the hospital ship USNS Comfort, based in Baltimore, Maryland, on Wednesday. While the Southern Command has not officially asked for the ship, the Navy activated it proactively expecting it will be requested.

The ship takes up to five days to prepare after being notified. It could be ready at the latest by Monday. The ship is staffed by 64 crew and 560 hospital personnel, and when ready it will sail toward Haiti in case it is requested.

Southern Command has ordered a unit of about 2,000 Marines to head to Haiti. The Marines will deploy aboard a large deck amphibious ship, which would give the military more helicopters to work with in Haiti. It also has a large medical facility that could help with treating the injured. It's medical facilities are comparable to the facilities aboard the Comfort, and it is possible only one of the two ships would be sent.

The Army said a brigade of roughly 3,500 members of the 82nd Airborne Division is on notice that they may soon be sent to Haiti. The 82nd sent members to New Orleans, Louisiana, in the aftermath of the Hurricane Katrina.
As promised by Obama for immediate military aid to Haiti, here it is... Proud to know that we Americans are there to help them - whatever the cost.
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(CNN) -- Haitian native and "Heroes" cast member Jimmy Jean-Louis was searching for his elderly parents in Haiti on Wednesday afternoon after a powerful earthquake struck the nation. Jean-Louis learned that a house he had grown up in collapsed, killing several of his relatives.

"I have not slept yet. The second house that I grew up in was down, and some relatives have died, from what I have been told," Jean-Louis said Wednesday. "I haven't been able to reach my parents. I have heard that they are OK, but I do not know what is going on around them."

Jean-Louis was born in Petionville, Haiti, where he grew up without electricity or running water. He moved to Paris, France, when he was 12 to pursue a modeling career and supported his parents by sending money home since he started acting nearly 20 years ago.

He is the founder of Hollywood Unites for Haiti, a nonprofit organization whose original mission was to provide sports and cultural education to underprivileged youth on the island. The group is mobilizing for disaster relief after a magnitude-7 earthquake struck Tuesday.

The actor heard about the quake moments after the news broke. For several hours, he was unable to get in touch with anyone on the ground in Haiti. Late Tuesday, he reached a friend who is the local director of Hollywood Unites for Haiti.

"He was stuck in the chaos, and he was supposed to give me complete details about what was going on on the ground and with my family, but all he could say was that the house was down and that some people from the house died," Jean-Louis said. "I'm trying everyone on their cell phones and on their house phones, my parents' friends and the people in their neighborhood, and I have been unable to speak with one person who is close to them."

Jean-Louis, who is best known as "The Haitian" on the NBC series "Heroes," returned from Haiti only a couple of weeks ago after spending the holidays with his parents. He was planning to return this month but will now be traveling much sooner to provide relief aid.

"I am going to try to get in, but I am going to try to understand the situation first to see how I can best help," Jean-Louis said. "The plan is to at some point visit, and right now, I am trying to be as productive as I can be here."

Jean-Louis and Hollywood Unites for Haiti are encouraging people looking to help to send money instead of goods at the moment.

"People should understand that sending donations of items and goods will be difficult right now because we will be bombarded and have no way to distribute them," Jean-Louis said.

"I don't think people have any idea how terrible this is because of the circumstances on the ground in Haiti and the lack of the infrastructure. There are no roads, and it is going to be extremely difficult for help to reach people."
I pray that he can find them....
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As promised by Obama for immediate military aid to Haiti, here it is... Proud to know that we Americans are there to help them - whatever the cost.
Same here, we, australians are sending whatever we can to help to hati (sp?) as well
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Same here, we, australians are sending whatever we can to help to hati (sp?) as well
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I've been through several earthquakes. You usually get a sense of earthquake coming. It starts with tiny tremors and just few seconds later, it shakes violently. I literally thought I was going to be killed but thanks to California's strict regulations on building codes, so many people survived. Without the CA regulations, several times more people would have died.
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be glad that it is I who corrected you, not Botti
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sad to hear about this Haiti
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this is truly awful... so many dead bodies on streets

Haiti Earthquake PICTURES: Photos Of The Disaster
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Did you guys notice how in the first vid of the first post the dog sensed the quake at least 5 seconds before it hit?
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Hmm I wonder if the dog is okay.

Yea alotta animals can sense some things ahead before humans do.

sounds like its one of the worst earth quakes ever to hit, maybe?

During earthquakes, its always MUCH safer to be outside than inside, obviously.

President Obama sends help to Haiti almost immediately after they heard the news which is a good thing...compared to ex president bush, he only sent help afew days later after the flood hit new orleans but yeah their help wasn't really good enough.

so I dont know about how much help Obama is giving but at least he sent help right on time after it happened.
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this is truly awful... so many dead bodies on streets

Haiti Earthquake PICTURES: Photos Of The Disaster
these people are sleeping....
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these people are sleeping....
um, keep clicking "next" and you will see.
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Cool, I see it now.
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Try these links... direct to site... should show it.
Captured Photo Collection Earthquake in Haiti Photos

Earthquake in Haiti - The Big Picture - Boston.com
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The true act of God:

Jan. 14: Redjeson Hausteen Claude, 2, reacts to his mother after he was rescued from a collapsed home by Belgian and Spanish crews.


edited to addon without bumping the thread: I just wanted to say this picture made me cry. In a midst of being scared and hurt and full of strangers, a child sees fimilar face, his mother. Seeing a child rejoining with their mother is always a happy moment.
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I'm donating $30 to the Red Cross on Monday to go towards Haiti. I'm going to try to get my parents to do the same. The goal is $1000... but I think that we could make a lot more than that.
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I'm donating $30 to the Red Cross on Monday to go towards Haiti. I'm going to try to get my parents to do the same. The goal is $1000... but I think that we could make a lot more than that.
I have a problem about that. Thanks for reminding me. I will post the convo I had with friend via FB status.
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[Friend] Cried my eyes out last night watching the NBC special about Haiti. My heart was broken to see that while I am sitting in the house. Only thing I can do is to donate to Red Cross. I hope there are many others that can see that $5, $10, $20, $50 etc for us is just lunch money, or a night without drinking or partying. We can help to find the light for them.
there there... *hug* I know but for some odd reason - I don't believe in donation to big name like Red Cross because of their notorious misuse and mis-allocation of funds

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[Friend] Really? How so?
for example - obviously this kind of incident will bring in tons tons of millions of dollars. They (not just Red Cross but other relief organizations as well) tend to buy many unnecessary supplies and ship it anyway just because they felt good doing so. Most of time - these excess supplies just sit there in the warehouse and rot away. Other case which was an "allegation" - the funds do not go to where it was intended for and it ends up being wasted in bureaucracy.

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[Friend's friend 1] I don't know you Jiro, but I totally agree - I don't donate to the big name organizations either. I cleaned out my closet, I'm sending down BAGS of clothes and shoes.
that's the way I do it!! every year - I donate tons of USEFUL things - clothes, food, supplies, and even service (as volunteer). That's 10000x more useful than money and I feel very good knowing that my stuff can be of use for them. I detested donating money. I don't like it because I don't know where it's going and how it's being spent.

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[Friend's Friend 2] I agree, a few years ago with the Tsunami that hit a lot of that money went in the pockets of politicians. Have to be very careful in donating to a disaster site in a 3rd world country cause there are so many people who use that for their own gains. I rather give clothing or stuff like that or if you do give money do your research and find out as much as you can about that organization.
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[Friend] True but too late. Plus I was watching interview from Clinton wondering the same thing and he said $ is better then foods and clothes right now. With cash flow they can purchase water or purification equipments or shelters. Aiii I donno. Just want to do something. Anything.
Not that I'm dissing Red Cross but I just don't believe it costs MILLIONS of dollars to help 3rd world country. It is not necessary. $100,000 to Haitians is like $10,000,000 so it doesn't make any sense to have the entire world pooling in $$$. The most valuable resource is.... the native people. They want to help for free and they're willing to rebuild their homes, schools, church but they need tools. The wealthy countries especially us regular citizens have enough supplies (food/clothes/wood/tools/etc.) to help entire Haiti. Red Cross & others don't need to buy brand new products when we people are throwing away junks that are useful to Haitians.

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[Friend] its good you wanted to help and you did your part. The part that concerns me is the people running these organizations. Its like FEMA when we had the hurricane. So many of the supplies went unused. Supplies that were bought with millions and millions of dollars. We should all do our part in Haiti, it is our human obligation. But I think these large organizations sometimes take advantage of that part of it.
here's a problem - $$$$$ to buy water equipment and water purifier equipment? all lovely and nice. very noble. What they failed to account for is..... these equipment needs a qualified mechanic to maintain it and a reliable source of electricity. You're not gonna find that in Haiti or in third world country. All for more reason why $$$ donation to buy fancy equipments is an EPIC FAIL especially for third world country.

MIT students have already figured out how to build laundry machine by using bicycle and a few stuff readily available in any countries.

read Eco Gadgets: MIT Students Develop Pedal-powered Washing Machine From Recycled Materials - Ecofriend
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At :38 second, there was a lady trying to arm-wing to keep herself balanced - hilarious!
You're sick! There is nothing hilarious about thinking you're going to die in an earthquake! I was in one in Ca. and my daughter was at school, it was horrible not being with my child when the earthquake hit! A wall in my house started to crack and my floor was rolling and a small table was moving! There was not a damn thing hilarious about it!
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You're sick! There is nothing hilarious about thinking you're going to die in an earthquake! I was in one in Ca. and my daughter was at school, it was horrible not being with my child when the earthquake hit! A wall in my house started to crack and my floor was rolling and a small table was moving! There was not a damn thing hilarious about it!
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Photos taken shortly after the earthquake showing the devestation ... *caution* some blood and injured including the dead. The last photo is most poignant.
http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/201..._in_haiti.html
Another photo essay... http://blogs.denverpost.com/captured...uake-in-haiti/

Interesting video of a dog sensing an earthquake just moments before it happens... not in haiti but still probably what happened on the island in the city. See how dog just tears on outta there!


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My sister and went to vist her friend and mother in small in Massachusetts.
The people had two parrots and they were sitting on their bird purse resting.
We all in the kitchen talking and out of no where the the birds freaked out and flew across the room! We had no idea what made the parrots so upset ,
till we found out an earthquake happen! All four us did not feel the earthquake as it was so little but the parrots sure did! My mom felt it as she was in bed when it happen and had no idea what was going on. We never had an earthquake in our town before.
It horrible about what happen Haiti and hearting breaking to watch on TV
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Yesterday I flew to Port-au Prince along with a team of medical doctors from the University of Miami. As the sun set and we made our descent, I asked the physician on the plane with the most experience working in Haiti, Dr. John MacDonald, what to expect.

“Expect Gettysburg,” he said.

“What?” I asked.

“Expect Gettysburg,” he repeated. “You know, the kind of medicine they practiced in the Civil War.”

Once I arrived, I saw what MacDonald meant.

While doctors here aren’t anesthetizing patients with liquor the way they did in the Civil War, the care at the makeshift hospital I’ve been reporting from is certainly rudimentary. An hour ago, I watched University of Miami trauma surgeon Dr. Enrique Ginzburg amputate a woman’s foot without general anesthesia, using only a local anesthetic and sedation. The nurse stood by his side, sterilizing surgical instruments in an open pan of soapy water.

Some 250 severely injured patients have been treated at this facility on the United Nations compound near the airport. Almost all of them have orthopedic injuries and open wounds. In a modern hospital, doctors would do surgery to clean the wounds and give intravenous antibiotics. Here, they receive only oral antibiotics and morphine for the pain.

“This is so frustrating,” MacDonald told me. “I wish we could do more.”

So far, three patients out of the 250 have died, but doctors fear that number could go up dramatically. MacDonald explains it takes about six or seven days after a wound occurs for septicemia to set in – that’s a blood borne infection that can quickly shut down the body’s major organs. It’s been three days since the earthquake happened. The clock is ticking.

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Watching those videos just gave me goosebumps. I cant imagine what it must be like although I did get a taste of it after the 89 earthquake in CA.
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