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Earthquake Swarm in Arkansas Intensifies. Memphis, Tennessee could be epicenter for the next big one

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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 02:36 PM
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Im sure a lot of you on ATS are aware of this website< but for those of you who aren't, here is a great website that has a lot of info and maps and links regarding The New Madrid Fault and the Wabash Valley Fault (essentially the same fault line)

CUSEC




posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 02:52 PM
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William Shakespeare, bard of Avon, was vehemently against fracking and in his play Hamlet wrote the world famous soliloquy "To frac or not to frac, that is the question"

To frac, or not to frac, that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The poison and quakes of outrageous drillers,
Or to take arms against this sea of troubles,
And by opposing end them. To cry, to weep,
No more; and by action to say we end
The heart-ache, and the thousand unnatural shocks
We have to bear: 'tis a termination
Devoutly to be wished. To cry, to weep;
To weep, perchance to scream - ay, there's the rub:
For in that scream of gas what peace may come,
When we have shuffled past the city hall,
And cast our vote, and yet gained no respect
From those that make calamity of life.
For who would bear the whips and scorns of ptb,
The oppressor's wrong, the rich man's profit,
The pains of poisoned drink, the law’s delay,
The insolence of office, and the lies
That geologists on oilmen's payroll tell,
When they themselves refuse to drink the well.
With a fracked well who would the water drink?
To groan and sweat under a fearful life,
Come home and risk the gasmen's creeping death,
The painful joint, the cancerous swell of flesh,
The silent killer of uranium finds the brain
And makes us sick of all those ills we have.
So fly to others can we thus escape the toll?
No conscience does make spectres of us all,
As thoughtless men pursue with blighted resolution
To sickly frack the gas from all the land, no thought,
But enterprise, for gain and careless of the moment,
That nature is destroyed, her beauty turned awry,
And lost in the name of profit. Speak your vow,
This fracking stop! People, in thy fury
Purge the land of gasmen's evil now.

(Sorry Bill, please forgive me.)



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:02 PM
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Originally posted by elouina
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Thanx for the explaination.
But why was there a tremendous surge of microseisms, as you could see from my links, right before the 4.7? Then they died down immediatelyright afterward. There has to be a relationsip between the two.



BINGO!!! That is what we are looking at. Not just for the Arkansas area.


Stealthycat..that is not only interesting, but terrifying. If ANY of that is accurate...God help us.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:06 PM
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Be careful before jumping to conclusions. Don't forget that the 4.7 reset the scale on the seismogram because of the huge count and today's bigger ones have done the same but not quite to the same degree.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:06 PM
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I thought you reposted by hack job, but then I only did the first five lines. You did the whole thing. You're the best. The poetry comes from your being Welsh. You may love your math, but you love the poetry as well. And you love me too.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:14 PM
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Good point. I should have expanded upon that too.

I don't think the waves were a build-up to the 4.7 specifically....we have seen that the microseisms are a world-wide event. I think perhaps it may add to the 'soup' though.

Robin, I know you are working on tying this in with 'stuff', so I will refrain from more speculation until I see what you have to say on the matter!!


Anyone else notice that GEE has been down for a couple of hours now for the midwest? I can pull up stations in Washington State, but nada in Arkansas and Texas.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:21 PM
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I noticed GEE down about 12:30. I can pull up one ...US.MIAR



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:21 PM
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Very difficult to redefine the scale using the methods I sent you earlier but getting that plot for the 4.7 to a point where you can see the wiggles and see that they follow after the quake, it looks like this:

WHAR.AG.00.HHZ.2011.059



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:27 PM
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Is there some sort of weather network information about the coastal conditions? Like swell size that easy. Both coast I suppose. If it's swells, then it should be easy to check the conditions and see if it's showing up. I think the tidal waves, and swells, be confirmed with a simple check. I'm sure there's a network. I'm just being lazy.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:40 PM
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Originally posted by Robin Marks
Is there some sort of weather network information about the coastal conditions? Like swell size that easy. Both coast I suppose. If it's swells, then it should be easy to check the conditions and see if it's showing up. I think the tidal waves, and swells, be confirmed with a simple check. I'm sure there's a network. I'm just being lazy.


Something like this maybe?

Not sure if that's what you're after or if you want something summarizing the tidal tables, I'll keep looking if this doesn't produce information you can use.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:40 PM
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Originally posted by Robin Marks
Is there some sort of weather network information about the coastal conditions? Like swell size that easy. Both coast I suppose. If it's swells, then it should be easy to check the conditions and see if it's showing up. I think the tidal waves, and swells, be confirmed with a simple check. I'm sure there's a network. I'm just being lazy.


There are a network of buoys that collect data....

National Data Buoy Center

Hope that helps!

And this site has a swell forecast (



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:42 PM
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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:45 PM
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Yup



As you can see a low of each coast.

Looking for the jetstream maps.


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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:48 PM
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You guys are the bestest.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:51 PM
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Originally posted by StealthyKat
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Check this article out....you might find it interesting!
bklim.newsvine.com...





and I mean
!!!!

That's more than frightening.

Ok, a bit of rambling, forgive me if none of this makes any sense.

I remember seeing something about extinction events in the past and one of them is brought to mind from your link and that is a methane release and it sounds like that's what was either engineered or has happened by accident. Either scenario is more than a little sobering.

Another notion I have is what if the release of pressure from the reservoirs of oil that are being tapped weakens the new fault that's been discovered or subsidence took place over a HUGE area further stressing the mid-continental fault system that underlies the Mississippi River Embayment? Would the resulting stresses be enough to tip off a larger magnitude quake or am I going too far with this? Someone rein me on in this, please.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:52 PM
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Well, before the 4.7, a storm front was moving in. The quakes were dormant. The moving low must have made the shoreline along the altantic during this period. Or did the low cause the microsiesmic signatures. The answers in there somewhere. And it's important.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:53 PM
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Bravo,Bravo, ,, who has said,
Shake-spear is dead,
For not we see,
With eyes that be,
Focused,
Ahh,, to focus or not too focus, that my friends,
A question indeed,
For whom has this record been recored,
But for one,
and all
this message,,
indeed, reported.

And i still think Oscar picked wrong, but hey, have come a long way in one year.
Remember Annmarie96,,
like a Windshield in a car, when it gets stone chip,



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 04:08 PM
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There has been alot of seismic activity in Arkansas, especially in the last couple of hours; very odd feeling tremors. Animals are especially nervous and restless.

Additionally, there are ongoing earthquakes in other areas; but the most interesting location is Easter Island, which had an earthquake measuring 6.0 in magnitude and another lesser quake.

EQ DATE GMT LAT LON DEP MAG Q COMMENTS
1 11/02/28 23:10:23 4.05N 95.97E 33.9 4.9M NORTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA
2 11/02/28 23:42:17 29.45S 112.06W 10.3 5.2M EASTER ISLAND REGION
3 11/03/01 00:53:46 29.61S 112.11W 10.0 6.0M EASTER ISLAND REGION
4 11/03/01 02:19:46 38.81N 122.82W 2.6 4.5M NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
5 11/03/01 03:30:12 32.90N 100.83W 5.0 3.1M A WESTERN TEXAS
6 11/03/01 03:46:29 5.58S 11.38W 10.3 5.2M ASCENSION ISLAND REGION
7 11/03/01 04:08:43 36.63S 73.34W 33.6 4.8M OFFSHORE BIO-BIO, CHILE
8 11/03/01 06:31:59 32.83N 100.83W 5.0 2.5M WESTERN TEXAS
9 11/03/01 09:14:20 18.39N 72.67W 10.5 3.8M HAITI REGION
10 11/03/01 09:42:06 43.71S 172.89E 10.1 4.0M SOUTH ISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND
11 11/03/01 10:56:20 35.24N 92.31W 4.9 3.3M ARKANSAS
12 11/03/01 11:59:40 7.33S 129.34E 144.8 4.5M KEPULAUAN BABAR, INDONESIA
13 11/03/01 12:14:53 52.05N 175.69W 130.4 4.3M ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS.
14 11/03/01 12:50:00 51.23N 179.51E 47.7 5.4M RAT ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS
15 11/03/01 14:05:59 12.02N 142.21E 44.2 5.1M A MARIANA ISLANDS REGION
16 11/03/01 14:56:56 12.92N 88.88W 60.5 4.4M B OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR
17 11/03/01 17:14:02 3.87N 126.93E 82.3 4.3M KEPULAUAN TALAUD, INDONESIA
18 11/03/01 18:01:39 6.86N 126.46E 75.2 4.5M MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 04:26 PM
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I remeber Robin? posting a video on u tube about his yellowstone theory that from the great lakes too alaska the lay an Aquifier, well actually i think he said hudson bay, but ya you were right, and some math/physics and some cracking, well,,and for those of us who really go back, remember when it was news that the earth's rotation was actually slowing, boy things started too heat up then, literaly, then all that ice had to go somewhere, geez more pressure on the midriff, that can't be good, then boom, out of nowhere, just when good ole mother earth, notices a little extra weight around the middle, apparently all of the galaxies, ya right try and manage that one,, but anyway, more stress on the old planet, now it seems not only is the very eye of the universe getting ready for a peek at the old garden of paridice lol, that low and behold it looks like good old mankind and womankind are trying to give the old girl a facelist? or knife in the back? who knows, but all i can say is, all this fracturing, quaking, and general "ahh #" not again,, realities, are starting too really get on my nerves, lol so anyway its been quite a year,, too say the least. for this poor, tired, whacked out generation, give us a break, and by break i meant sunshine and lolipopes, would be really nice for a little while,

Sorry for the rant but just got my oil bill ,, fuel oil now ......97 cents per litre. that now $1,000 dollars per month too fill a 933.8 Ltr tank.
Thank's-Mr. Oil Company my heating bill is twice my mortgage, love you too



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 04:42 PM
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Originally posted by Robin Marks
What's this?

folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu...



That is this

And it sounds like Rolf Harris's didgeridoo player having a practice session for Sun Arise



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2.2 just in

Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
2011-03-01T21:44:39.000Z,35.25680,-92.35400,2.2000,3.8000,Arkansas

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