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Originally posted by kosmicjack
A 2.5 in Missouri.
I have to wonder what this Macondo Prospect catastrophe is doing to the New Madrid.
Originally posted by SheeplFlavoredAgain
reply to post by getreadyalready
The epicenter is in a location that so far as I can determine has never in the recorded history of our state had any known or significant seismic activity. And now all of a sudden we get a 3.6?
Originally posted by getreadyalready
Note: Almost all of my searches for Earthquakes in Arkansas come up with the NE corner and the New Madrid. Earthquakes in Central Arkansas are almost unheard of. Now, we have also recently(within 12 months) had earthquakes in central Oklahoma, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Seems to be an East-West line of quakes that nobodhy is worrying about, and then the North-South New Madrid fault that everybody is worrying about. I wonder if they intersect near New Madrid/Memphis?
Originally posted by Krzyzmo
Check out Yellowstone activity in the 7 days. NO seismic activity in 7 days, for a region that get's thousands every year. I started a thread on this today on ATS and received a comment exploring a possible link with Arkansas.