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Originally posted by tmar11
What if it IS related to the earthquakes? What if Arkansas has a volcano or two that have been "dormant" for so long, nobody knew anything about it? There is a mountain in Arkansas near this volcano called "Mount Magazine" and it is an old name for it, but everyone says it is not a volcano, but if the Indians gave it that name, how would they know? Indians have had stories of volcanoes in Arkansas...this all just seems fishy to me.
Mount Magazine is the name commonly used for the tallest mountain in the state of Arkansas and is the site of Arkansas's newest state park. The mountain is a flat-topped plateau with a sandstone cap rimmed by precipitous rock cliffs. Two peaks are situated atop the plateau, Signal Hill, which is often identified as the tallest point in Arkansas, and Mossback Ridge, which reaches 2,700 feet (823 m).
Is anyone interested in me interviewing people in that area for anything weird happening lately, any weird formations on their property, photos, comments on it? If so, I'd love to research it. I'm very into this kind of thing.
Originally posted by KathyG427
Good news -- Just heard on NPR that the Arkansas Gas & Oil Commission will be having an emergency meeting on Friday to "discuss" CLOSING the 2 injection disposal wells that are located near Greenbrier & Guy. Let's hope it happens.
A link to the story: www.todaysthv.com...edit on 2-3-2011 by KathyG427 because: link
Originally posted by UtahRosebud
Originally posted by Antoniastar
All the effort and time and passion put into this thread is greatly appreciated.
Something I am curious about. Can anyone tell me why, if true, there are no underground bases on the east side of the US? Are there any underground bases on the east side? Does anyone know? I can't imagine why someone would want to build under or around a major fault line or near the NMZ.
I have no idea if this map is an accurate representation of what's really down there but if this map is correct, it sure would fit in with the New Madrid, Guy and other faults.
It could be bunk. : /
Actually there is a huge underground "bunker" of sorts, in Pennsylvania. It's called "Iron Mountain".
Under Iron Mountain
Originally posted by Robin Marks
reply to post by kdog1982
Very interesting. Very. I'm not exactly sure if it's the earth expanding. But shifting soils will definately change a buildings foundations. Like you said, it happens normally over time as building adjust themselves. But you would know about frequency. You should contact the competition and see if other elevator techs have encountered the same phenomenon.