posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 07:42 PM
If I'm not writing, it means I'm thinking.
I'm on the right track. There are still some unanswered questions.
To better understand the Enola swarms. I contacted a person who has been part of a geological study of the 2001 swarm. I didn't find the answers I
wanted, but I was definately asking the right ones. Geologists are a very conservative bunch. Let's not forget Scott Ausbrook's reluctance to find
causality. He didn't want to connect the dots. Why?
If I was digging a hole to China, I'm sure my friend would have told me to stop. Instead, I was told to keep on digging.
The answers are in Enola. The common thread orginates in Enola. Enola.
I know why Susan can feel every wave. And her son as well. It's because she's sensitive, and empathetic. She is a dog lover. Her dogs start to
resonate when they hear the first rumblings. This causes them to become nervous and anxious. Susan is focused on speaking her dogs language so she can
give them the best care possible. This relationship has heigthten Susan's already keen sensitivies. It's all in the ear. The balance and the
auditory receptor. The dogs can pick up the sounds we can't hear. Susan can feel the ways in her balance system with the ear. It is like a bubble in
a carpenter's level. Tiny hairs pick up the movement and tell the brain that the ground beneath them has changed.
But there is another reason Susan is feeling every little wave. There is a well near her home. The earthquakes from the fault send out waves. Near
Susan's home there must be a resorviour in the old well, or a large cavity in the aquifer. This is amplifying the waves that pass under her house.
Enola is not very far north of Susan. The have an injection well near Enola. To answer my questions about Enola, I need to know the history. I've
been directed to make my inquires to locals, and to look at the studies on Enola and put my search in a University database. Except that request would
probably only be done through the University's ip. I've even been guided to ask about military activity. I'm not touching that one even though I
just wrote that. Felt like I just handled plutonium.
So. The detective in me says to keep thinking and digging, into the town called Enola and their mysterious quakes.
Scientists don't have an answer for the quakes. They have some pretty good ideas, and conservative suppositions, but no hard links to anything in
particular. But from the seimic data. It can be suggested the quakes were fluid induce. In other words, liquids may have caused the swarms.
We drill to extract oil to fuel our world. We drill to extract the gas to warm our homes. We are now even reversing our direction and pumping our
wastes down the holes we drilled. We drill to extract cores from the ground to study the geology. But don't forget the other drilling, the drilling
for your most precious resource.
Hidden away where only the geologist can see them, our aquifers are being tapped to bring water to our homes. And our groundwater is tapped to
irrigate our checkboard network of farms. I thought crop circles were only one kind of phenomenon. Whatever their cause. But if you fly around the
world exploring, you find lots of tiny green circles. Irrigated crops planted around a single spraying nozzle.
Some of the circles once picked and plowed looke biege or whitish. The green look lush and dark. As I said, it's a checkerboard of farms and it looks
as if some giants are playing a match.
Dig. Digging. Soon I'll be so far down I'll be able to swim in the aquifer. Mighty dark down there though.
Like a shadow. They creep away like the weekend rushers, those that will do anything to get off early on Friday.
By Monday, everything's forgotten.
By Tuesday, we're into a new production schedule.
The Enola swarms were not caused by natural forces alone. I am convinced drilling is the trigger.
I don't have a smoking gun. I need a print, or some DNA.