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Tsunami poses great challenge to BIG CORRUPT developers on Treasure Island - project.
Francisco Da Costa
Big developers do not pay much attention to Mother Nature. Except when they are posed with challenges and facts, such as - the recent Tsunami faced by the Japanese. Treasure Island is in the direct line, to face any Tsunami that will visit San Francisco - soon. If a magnitude 8.9 Earthquake plus hits San Francisco and if it is accompanied by a Tsunami - the man made, constantly sinking Treasure Island will falter, sink, and most of what stands on Treasure Island - completely, destroyed. Big Developers would like us to believe that tall over 80 story buildings plus - could challenge Mother Nature and stand tall. Some of us beg to defer.

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