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originally posted by: musicismagic
2 days ago we had 2 of them here in kyushu japan
originally posted by: dragonlover12
a reply to: BuzzyWigs
all of the dogs in the neighborhood were barking last night (all freaking night!) and I couldn`t figure out why. Maybe this was the "why".
originally posted by: SentientCentenarian
It's fascinating that animals can hear or otherwise sense something like that and we're oblivious.
The USGS has said on its twitter account that it hopes the M5.6 quake is not a foreshock of a similar or larger quake. The Prague earthquake of 2011 was preceded by a strong 4.5 M quake. Hopefully this 5.6 was not a foreshock of a similar or larger quake. — USGS in Oklahoma (@USGS_Oklahoma) September 3, 2016
900 miles north of the Oklahoma temblor zone is the Snake River Yellowstone formation, where there is an underground hot spot. These Oklahoma earthquakes can trigger currently unknown faultlines. About 5 days before the giant Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami on Boxing Day in 2004, there was a much smaller earthquake off Tasmania on Thursday, December 23 that triggered the later more massive movement on the Indo-Austalian plate. If there is even a small chance that Oklahoma fracking can trigger a mantle plume in the Yellowstone caldera, the U.S. Geological Survey should recommend shutting down fracking in Oklahoma. But the empty suits at the USGS are paid off shills for the petroleum industry. So expect nothing from them.