Firstly, I'll comment on Oklahoma before I apologized for filling the page with a big sheet of those helicoder thingys. I've been watching for an
earthquake in Idaho. But, how can I not help but watch the constant banging of those dots in the state of Oklahoma. It's ridiculous. I mean, hey, I
don't even wanting to fracking comment on it, but, hey. I purposely have stopped writing about the crime. I've resigned myself to be thankful that the
old faults in the area are so ancient that they refuse to awaken and get out of bed. They will though. It's physics. Input output. It's Doctor
Dolittle and the pushme-pullyou. Something will give. Here's something horrible that just struck through my mind. Yes, those faults are old, stubborn
and are refusing to give up all the stored energy in all the surrounding area. Guess what. Maybe the ancient faults in Oklahoma never really fully
rupture. That's possible. Because it's possible that all the energy from Oklahoma gets transferred like a bad check. Where's it gonna go?
I don't think we all really forget where the story really started.
Remember, there's still fracking there as well. Just not right on top the "very" active faults.
Now, for filling up the page. I have been waiting sort of patiently for Idaho. But I haven't seen it on the USGS. I've even been ignoring the possible
signatures of earthquakes on the Yellowstone webicorder that are Montana mine explosions. You usually can see the bigger ones there. This morning I
think I found one that's not a mine blast coming from the east. This one seem more from the south west, so it may be Idaho. I can read this jiggly
graphs, but I'm not a professional and don't have access to anything closer actually from Idaho. So, my best guess is that I'm right and a small one
about 2.4M occurred near Challis. Or, I'm wrong. But since the USGS doesn't always post stuff, I'm going to chose to think I'm right even if I have no
proof. Oh, I always admit I'm wrong if there's proof. So, in the absence of proof I will find comfort.
here's the tiny wiggly on a big empty piece of webicorder page. oh wait. i've learn to edit pictures, maybe i can crop. hold on
You see that tiny red thing. Well, that's it. or not, like i said...
had to add
Like I've stated, I've been ignored Oklahoma. That's not to mean Oklahoma hasn't been ignoring me. I get email alerts for news on earthquake so of
course it's always full of Oklahoma, and Texas etc. Lately, I've been ignoring the ones that are repeatedly warning of a much larger one in Okie
because of the cumulative amounts. Yup. That's why I've been having the same thoughts about why the big one hasn't come yet. It would seem the
geologist are thinking the same thing. In fact, I've been ignoring this stuff so much that I actually and finally erased the link for an article about
how that Austin Holland fella, was um, on hmm , the take. Is that how they say it? I'm not sure of the term. That's a lie. I've watched the entire
series of the Soprano six times. And every other gangster movie you can name. Even saw the Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight. Which, has some crazy
scenes which true out actual came from real events. I thought it was just a comedy and that was no lion.
I was wrong. The gang used to intimidate people with the beast.
Anyway, I'll find that link and you can read about the corruption. Organized corruption.
Well, it seems now like even Newsweek is picking up the story.
Industry Pressure Kept Oklahoma’s Scientists Silent on Earthquake-Fracking Link Since 2010: Report
Oh, and if someone has already posted this stuff- sorry.
I've been ignore it if you hadn't noticed...
And if you are blocked form Newsweek because they want money money money... try this one...
This is the one I erased before and I don't know why because I can't ignore how sexy I think Mr Holland is.
I'm sorry, I bit of my ancient bit of savage ancestors just took hold of me. Because, I remember a time when I was so enraged by Mr Holland. I even,
for a time, felt guilty about calling him a liar. I didn't mince words, I called him and his cohorts liars and criminals. I think this proves my point
that in fact officials were hiding the truth, lying to the public directly, and being influence by private money. Wow.
This is a crime. That's makes those involved criminals. If someone died in the earthquakes. That's makes the at least guilty of manslaughter. Unlike
the Italian geologist who did none of these things. The Italians only ignored another scientists warnings. I am very willing to give the Italians the
benefit of doubt. Because how could they be sure. In Oklahoma, the relationship between drilling and the earthquakes was so obvious, even a
newb-amateur-geologist wannbe like myself could easily predict the earthquakes and find the responsible well. If I had the pumping records, I could
have made it a slam dunk.
Mr. Austin Fracking Holland blamed the lakes. Wow. That made me so angry. Yosemite Sam angry.
Shame on you Mr. Holland. The lakes. Really...
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