Last night, March 1st 2020, a small area in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, experienced an eensy weensy 2.6 magnitude earthquake.
Only a small number of people felt anything, but, the weird part of the story... a large number of residents heard a huge explosion. Friends of mine
said the were convinced a building must have exploded, or something in the harbour had blown.
We aren't really known for our fault lines, so what would have caused the incredibly loud noise? I know we have some resident earthquake experts, can
they shed some light?
I have my own personal conspiracy theory, but it's just for fun...
I personally (biased, obviously) believe Nova Scotia might be one of those far off sparsely populated, easy-ish to isolate, paradises that would
withstand a global catastrophe... and at the end when it's time to reemerge, we'd still have fresh water, access to cold ocean fish, a fair sized
seasonal growing band for food crops, and a small enough local population that they wouldn't pose much of a threat for whoever decided to rebuild
We have a sizeable number of "elite" people who own property here, on and off the books, who might possibly flee here if # ever hit the fan.
Could this *speculation alert! speculation alert!* insanely loud "explosion" noise, and subsequent babyquake have been some sort of blast to make way
for an underground shelter near the harbour, and the later reports just a ...*dun dun duuuuuun* cover-up!?
I mean, probably not, but what a fun homegrown conspiracy. 😂
edit on 2-3-2020 by Atsbhct because: Wrote "a" instead of "an" like a total a-hole.