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Originally posted by Lil Drummerboy
4.1 in Wyoming,. near Yellowstone?
Originally posted by intergalactic fire
reply to post by PuterMan
then your predictions are quite on time.
i mentioned this quake because, yes its been quite some time that greece had a big one and maybe there will be more activity in this area,you as a watcher, what happens normally after the 3 years big quake?
USGS hmmm yes, can some one explain why so many times the magnitudes are up-downgraded?
(data from different stations maybe?) If the needle points 6... its 6 ? no?
or is it like when your mesure a stick of 1,000m. the next time it will be 1.001m or 0,999m?
Originally posted by muzzy
Phase Data from NOA (National Observatory of Athens)
Observation Posted at : 2011/04/01 17:38
Latitude : 38.05 Longitude : 23.80
Distance to epicenter : 375.97 Km
Country : Greece
Region : Attikí City : Amaroúsion
Comments from witness; No effect here for sure.
Arkansas Earthquake "Swarms" Since October 2010, the town of Guy, Arkansas has experienced hundreds of small, but felt, earthquakes, sometimes coming at a rate of three or four per minute. Seismic researchers at the Arkansas Geological Survey (AGS) have been investigating this earthquake "swarm," the largest of which was a "moderate" size 4.0 magnitude quake on October 11 and more recently, a 4.3 magnitude on February 18, 2011. In the past six years, nearly 3,700 natural gas wells have been drilled and fracked in the Arkansas Fayetteville Shale field, most of them in a four-county area of which the town of Guy is almost dead-centre. There are at least six disposal wells within a 500-square-mile zone around Guy.
Some of the disposal wells have reportedly been injected with more than 10.5 million gallons of fracking wastewater each month in recent years. On October 15, Scott Ausbrooks, AGS geohazards supervisor, said, "What we believe is happening is when the old [fracking flowback] water is put into the deeper [disposal] wells, it reduces the friction in the fault [fault-line]. This doesn't cause a quake, it just speeds up the process. The quake will happen somewhere down the line anyway, but this process may be making them happen sooner."