posted on Dec, 10 2015 @ 12:30 PM
Just jotting down thoughts. The Idaho/Nevada earthquakes don't really follow an exact pattern that I can figure out. I have to admit it's not as I
first thought and the Nevada ones would always precede the Idaho earthquakes. This time around it seems like the reverse is true.
But here's the thing, neither area is demonstrating regular faulting. In that there's a main strike and aftershocks and so on. They resemble the
constant small swarms at Yellowstone and other KNOWN volcanic areas. Heck, hear Challis there's hot springs. Are they connected ? I don't know. But I
sure "feel" that way. I want to think it's my imagination but I study the american continent pretty good. One the west coast we can say California is
a major large fault. Most of the swarms in California are related to this. The others, like volcanic areas resemble smalls swarms.
I've watched earthquakes in the surrounding area and they don't exactly resemble major tectonic movements. Also, the fact is we're talking about
mid-continental earthquakes. With the history of volcanoes all through Nevada, and Idaho, volcanic action must be considered. I want to link both
activities to Yellowstone. I figured maybe the chamber was being recharged. But it's not directly or immediate at the moment because Yellowstone
inflation has paused and is subsiding slowly and there are only small swarms of earthquakes. I don't know. But the action isn't happening at
Yellowstone, it's happening under Nevada and Idaho and I honest think there's much more to the story and I don't have thing else but a hunch.
Gosh I wish I could see the future and find out if I'm right. ah, one day
I didn't even post the numbers. For the last seven days, Idaho 32 small earthquakes and I think Nevada was 26 ish.
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