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Russian Scientists are reporting the Great Lakes Region of the United States has experienced one of the growing number of ‘Static Discharges’ occurring world-wide this past year, and which we have previously reported on, including our August 22, 2005 report titled "Massive ‘Static Discharge’ >From Earth Immediately Effects Sun, Ocean Life in Peril as Scientist Warn We’re On Cusp of Extinction Level Event".
This latest ‘Static Discharge’ from the United States Great Lakes Region, according to these reports, emanated from Lake Erie, and with such force that it was recorded by their seismologists as a 2.6 Magnitude event, and as we can read as reported by the Cleveland Plain Dealer News Service in their article titled "Earth-twitch under lake goes almost unnoticed", and which says:
"Hansen, who picked up the tremor on his instruments and reported it to the U.S. Geological Survey in Denver, said the quake was about three miles deep. Mentor-on-the-Lake police received 14 calls from residents reporting vibrations and a loud bang. "We had guys driving around looking for something," said Sgt. John Forsythe. Eastlake police had no calls. Mentor police logged two calls, including one from a man who said the noise "scared my cat."
The direction of this ‘Static Discharge’, and again according to these reports, was to the West-North West, and can be verified by the fallout from the atmospheres building ionization, and as we can see evidenced from the Lake Michigan city of Chicago and the news reports from there, and as we can read as reported by the WAMQ TV News Service in their article titled "Odd Powder Descends On Cars, Illinois EPA Investigating", and which says:
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Massive ‘Static Discharge’ From Earth Immediately Effects Sun, Ocean Life in Peril as Scientist Warn We’re On Cusp of Extinction Level Event
DOE Project Revives Oil Production in Abandoned Fields on Osage Tribal Lands
Release Date: December 4 , 2006
WASHINGTON, DC - A technology developed with U.S. Department of Energy funding has revived oil production in two abandoned oilfields on Osage Indian tribal lands in northeastern Oklahoma, and demonstrated a technology that could add billions of barrels of additional domestic oil production in declining fields.
Grand Resources Inc., a small, independent oil producer based in Tulsa, Okla., proposed an innovative approach to the recovery of oil in the Bartlesville sandstone geologic formation in the 100-year-old Wolco field in the Osage Nation: waterflooding using horizontal wells.
The company also developed special techniques to economically drill and monitor the shallow horizontal wells. without damaging the producing formation.
Following its success with the Wolco pilot, Grand Resources expanded its horizontal waterflood in that field and implemented a similar project at neighboring Avant oilfield, with comparable results.
If replicating Grand Resources' ~ it would roughly double the Nation's proved crude oil reserves.