The main fear with the Juan De Fuca is the tidal wave. It happens about every 250 years and it's way over do. The people living along the coast will have only about 10 minutes to escape the wave, so what they are doing is building towers for people to run into. I watch Dutchsinse on youtube since he seems to know more than the geologists about when and where an earthquake will hit - and they hate him for it. He's the one that noticed that hot spots were showing up on the satellite images before fires would break out, and that they were usually around volcanic fields. About 2 months ago, there have been hot spots showing up in the Northwest and also surprisingly along the New Madrid fault. It's believed that North America was meant to split along the fault, but since there weren't any quakes for a long time, it was assumed the split had closed. Two months ago hot spots began appearing. In 1812, the quakes went on for 6 months and the Mississippi River ran backwards. A town sunk and became a lake. The area though wasn't populated at the time, but today there is Saint Louis, Memphis, Little Rock, Nashville, etc. The reason I'm mentioning it is because someone said that troops were being sent to the New Madrid and to the Northwest which means the geologists are taking notice.