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#11
(08-13-2019, 11:08 PM)SiDDriX Wrote: The strange thing is that I live in Oklahoma and I am not feeling these quakes at all.

What part? Supposedly the Missouri area is built on one of the pillars.



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(08-14-2019, 02:41 AM)BadBrad Wrote: Do a little research. On the North American map you will find the earthquakes pair
up with the following events:

1. Deep well waste water injection
2. fracking related to oil production
3. Tapping into underground sources of steam/ energy. The old volcanic
   area of SE Cali has more of it going on than they advertise.

While that does produce weak points in the crust, it is not ALL related to that.
There was an unusual amount of activity, especially 2 days ago.
There is siesmic pressure from the east pacific and south america, but the response from our crayton has been to transfer pressure to the east coast, not up the west coast at all.
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#13
Ok, this is odd. Filters set to 7 days - all magnitudes. What's with the big ring n the Northwest?

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ptm3u1me7akubq...6.png?dl=0
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(08-14-2019, 07:06 AM)Shore Skeptic Wrote: Ok, this is odd. Filters set to 7 days - all magnitudes. What's with the big ring n the Northwest?

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ptm3u1me7akubq...6.png?dl=0

Giant lake of molten Carbon Possibly.

http://www.geologyin.com/2017/04/a-massi...f.html?m=1
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(08-14-2019, 12:20 AM)SiDDriX Wrote: I've said in the past that the moon could be an artificial construct that could possess the ability to change its Density artificially.  And if so, it could affect seismic activity.

https://youtu.be/kEMCyX226ww

Artificially changing density? Now I won't go there, @SiDDriX but wouldn't that be evident with higher tides along the coasts?
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(08-14-2019, 02:41 AM)BadBrad Wrote: Do a little research. On the North American map you will find the earthquakes pair
up with the following events:

1. Deep well waste water injection
2. fracking related to oil production
3. Tapping into underground sources of steam/ energy. The old volcanic
   area of SE Cali has more of it going on than they advertise.

I'm not 100% sold that the line of shakers from KS down into TX is due to fracking. But I doubt it's a stabilizing factor. All I see in my mind's eye is another fault line running somewhat parallel to the NMFZ. Chuckle And at the very extreme, I visualize the Rockies as a chain of islands.
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(08-14-2019, 09:13 AM)RedAuroras Wrote:
(08-14-2019, 12:20 AM)SiDDriX Wrote: I've said in the past that the moon could be an artificial construct that could possess the ability to change its Density artificially.  And if so, it could affect seismic activity.

https://youtu.be/kEMCyX226ww

Artificially changing density? Now I won't go there, @SiDDriX but wouldn't that be evident with higher tides along the coasts?

I think that would be an observable effect with orbit perturbation. They constantly measure the moon distance via lazer. If density changed enough to effect tides, orbital path would change an observable amount.
But, I am just an armchair scientist.
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(08-14-2019, 09:25 AM)RedAuroras Wrote:
(08-14-2019, 02:41 AM)BadBrad Wrote: Do a little research. On the North American map you will find the earthquakes pair
up with the following events:

1. Deep well waste water injection
2. fracking related to oil production
3. Tapping into underground sources of steam/ energy. The old volcanic
   area of SE Cali has more of it going on than they advertise.

I'm not 100% sold that the line of shakers from KS down into TX is due to fracking. But I doubt it's a stabilizing factor. All I see in my mind's eye is another fault line running somewhat parallel to the NMFZ.  Chuckle And at the very extreme, I visualize the Rockies as a chain of islands.

Most of it is.
I had a cute gif map of Okie showing the dates of 1980 to present
with all quakes 2.5 or bigger.
Damn! Nearly nothing until the oil industry fracks. Then wild weasel to
the point of out doing California in the number of quakes (this year excluded).
Those fault lines are connected. Ours is hooked up to the Rockies and the
other way to New Madrid.
One of these days.

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(08-14-2019, 04:00 PM)BadBrad Wrote: Most of it is.
I had a cute gif map of Okie showing the dates of 1980 to present
with all quakes 2.5 or bigger.
Damn! Nearly nothing until the oil industry fracks. Then wild weasel to
the point of out doing California in the number of quakes (this year excluded).
Those fault lines are connected. Ours is hooked up to the Rockies and the
other way to New Madrid.
One of these days.

Then there's the lesser number of annual quakes over in east TN down into GA. I've mentioned in other threads that I believe what we're seeing is the same "continental drift" that we learned about in elementary school.

But like @PickleSnout said, we're just armchair scientists.
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#20
(08-14-2019, 09:13 AM)RedAuroras Wrote:
(08-14-2019, 12:20 AM)SiDDriX Wrote: I've said in the past that the moon could be an artificial construct that could possess the ability to change its Density artificially.  And if so, it could affect seismic activity.

https://youtu.be/kEMCyX226ww

Artificially changing density? Now I won't go there, @SiDDriX but wouldn't that be evident with higher tides along the coasts?

A 1% change would throw a monkey wrench in the natural order of things that kept the internal forces of earth hot and flowing for the past several million or so years. They shouldn't have messed with tech they couldn't fully understand. But that's a story for another time. Basically they screwed up and invented global warming as an excuse for sea level rise. Long story short...
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