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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, 8 2011 @ 09:19 PM
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reply to post by Robin Marks
 

Yes, I hate to say it, but I agree. The Mississippi will be split. I am one mile from the Missouri river. I have been idly watching the New Mad fault for a while, but I see more quakes coming north. Curiously, I don't feel the NM quakes the same way I felt the fracking quakes.

The Japan quake looks bad-tsunami time?

I won't rest on this-fracking and water taking will kill the Midwest.




posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 09:37 PM
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look how far they had to turn the siesmos down.
www.iris.washington.edu...
factor 8.8



posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 10:26 PM
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If you happen to be reading this in the short term, you may be interested in the last three posts on my other thread, Robinesque Ruminations.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

I kinda want to talk about it there first, and I want to know your opinion before I proceed. If you're interested.



posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 10:55 PM
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Robin, I can't believe it. I've had my eyes wide shut! I like to believe that I'm a fairly observant person. I see things that most people are too busy to see. Kind of like when you drive the same road everyday, then one day your brain says, "Hey, something's different". And you realize a house had siding put on over the weekend. Then you try to remember what it looked like before, but you can't!

Something has been gnawing at my brain since I read what you wrote about underground water and moon influence! Then I went down to the cellar. We bought an older house and the concrete floor isn't as thick as they make them now. There are a few cracks in it that sometimes are damp. I thought it didn't happen as much in the winter, because the ground is frozen and we have a woodburner going that keeps it dryer. But I think I was wrong.

Last month I went down and thought the sump pump had overflowed and then kicked on again. There were big damp spots. Really unusual. Then last week we had a lot of rain and had warnings for possible river flooding. I checked the cracks again. Nothing. And the pump was hardly running. How could that be? Then I realized last month it happened the weekend of the moon at perigee!

No way! The moon moving some water that's under my house! Could that even be remotely possible!!! I can't wait to see if it happens again this month. Or maybe I can. Because of what it could mean this month! Do you think that's what happened?



posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:35 PM
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Agreed, the original "common thread" is indeed Enola, Arkansas, but I fear it has further-reaching effects upon current and future unknown faults, which may link Enola, Beebe, and Marianna faults together with the New Madrid Zone. Perhaps this unlikely linkage is through the L'anguille River component?

Perhaps the oil and drilling around these unknown faults "amplifies" the intensity by removing the natural "buffers" and "shock absorbers" provided by natural gas and other deposits?

Let me know what you think?

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posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:40 PM
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Yes it seems like a perfectly reasonable answer. Especially since the water-table would be very high. What state do you live in? The moon tonight looked like a serpent's eye.



posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:45 PM
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Yes. You are definately seeing the bigger picture. Honestly I though people wouldn't believe my first argument about the injection wells causing the quakes. In the past, I'd think I had a great idea and no one seemed to get it. It's strange having people understand this and be willing to participate. We need to find actual documents that show there was drilling in Enola long ago. I was going to do abit of reading tonight by got sidetrack. It will become obvious what distracted me in my next post.



posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:45 PM
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Arkansas, about 1 mile from Woolly Hollow State Park...

BTW, anyone looking at that seismograph? Because it either is messed-up or someone is turning the sensitivity up and down to obscure what's behind the static.

I feel every little wiggle, jiggle, bump, and thump this dang fault(s) make. Did I forget to add "rumblings?" It's been really weird like living on-top of a volcano.

But what's so damned funny about this whole mess is that if you "frack-up" shale, as brittle as it is, then fill it with any kind of slippery liquid, that whole thing will be like trying to walk-on a floor filled with B.B.'s...they are just begging for an earthquake. It would be better to have just pumped the gas from the ground and left it alone instead of injecting it with who knows what and how much. They should have studied the area more carefully, because now one of their-own MAJOR distribution lines is sitting smack-dab on-top of a fault they might set-off.
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posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:47 PM
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big earthquake in japan



posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:52 PM
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I'm really, really, really really, really upset. I am not going to distract. I am loyal. Which is exactly why I must tell you I am fighting on another front. The battle rages there. The earthquakes have stopped. Just tiny reminents. Maybe a couple bigger ones in the days to follow just to remind the residences that something still moves beneath their feet. But the injections have stopped. The earthquakes have stopped.

I NEED ALL OF YOU TO FOLLOW TO A NEW THREAT
A NEW FRONT

THEY WANT TO FRACK ON YELLOWSTONE'S DOORSTEP!!

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:56 PM
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No they haven't, the earthquakes are still and will be in Arkansas... We forget we should narrow and widen our focus from Hawaii to Newfoundland. These volcanic eruptions and earthquakes are something entirely different.

I highly suspect it is geo-magnetic in nature on some level we as yet, do not understand. We should not take our focus off any of it until we know it frontward and backward. IF we do not, we will miss things which are very important.

Godspeed in everything you do to get to the truth. Everything else is folly...



posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:58 PM
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I'm in Pa. Wish I could have seen it. Can't see anything here. The sky is unusually black. No stars or satellites. We have a winter weather advisory out, but can't even see a cloud. Not even towards town where the sky is always lighter. Really weird.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 12:00 AM
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Watch your basement on March 18 and 19.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 12:40 AM
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I'm planning to!



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 12:50 AM
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Has anyone else seen this?

www.shakeout.org...

Anyone want to sign up to participate?

It's called the great American Shakeout.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 02:25 AM
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posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 03:38 AM
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Robin;

I have been reading this thread for a few weeks now and have been rsearching various information relevant to the discussion. It had to do with the 3.5 Ft Morgan/Mobile AL eathquake on Feb 18 and a possible connection to the New Mardrid fault. I began to wonder if Mobile Bay sat upon a splinter off the New Mardrid fault. I began researching all sorts of data. I already knew, from this thread, that the Mississippi River would play a big part so I investigated the rivers and water ways of the states affected per the reputed Naval Flood Zone map.



So using the Naval map as a guideline, I traced the major rivers of the Eastern affected areas:



According to the above map, astronomical amounts of water flood from the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Lakes. I tried to ponder what would force that amount of water to that area. As I researched I found that due North of Mobile & straight up the state 1/2 way is vastly wetlands. Then the TomBiggBee Waterway begins. As I traced the rivers and the outline of the flood zones on the naval map I started to realize that the flooding isn't just based upon simple topography & altitude. It also reflects the border area rivers overflowing their banks.

Topographically, the flood region is easy to spot. Look at this map and imagine all of the green areas (even coastal) as under water. However the flooding in the West follows slightly different rules, which I will get to in a moment. The Eastern Coastline is now at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains.



Then I ran across this map that gave me chills when added to the naval map:



Look at how many people living in poverty could be washed away. Could it be that Katrina Conspiracy was an exercise? We they testing, plotting, & gaugeing?

The New Madrid faultline seems to follow the Miss. River so I surmized that should the New Madrid zone experience a 8.0+ quake it would cause huge amounts of water to rush in from the Gulf. Since Mobile AL is due South of the New Mardrid faultline I also suspected that the Alabama rivers & wetlands lay atop a splinter off of the New Madrid. Then I found this map which suggests I may be right due to the fact that the spot where the yellow line crosses is due South of Ft Morgan, AL.



This was all starting to make more sense. The quake at Ft Morgan was New Madrid fault connected I feel sure.

Topographically the Eastern flood zone encompasses all areas under 500 - 1000 ft above Sea level. The Western flood zone is slightly different in that it shows flooding up to 1700 ft above Sea level. The entry way of the water appears to be the Colorado river. It floods upwards to the Cascade mountains near Boise ID. From the Sierra Nevadas to the Rocky Mountains. Coastal flooding is held at bay by the Sierra Nevadas and the Cascade Range.
The Great Basin, with some locations with an elevation of 1700 ft, is completely flooded.



What kind of force would it take to send that amount of water into the great Basin? Southern CA is the obvious point of entry but would a New Madrid quake cause this?

On my updated naval map I included New Orleans (Mouth of Mississippi), Mobile AL (mouth of Mobile river to TomBigbee & location of 3.8 quake) and the apprx area of the Deep Horizon well & disaster.

I have read that the floor of the gulf around the disaster area has bulged. Should there be an explosion at that site it would most certainly cause the flooding indicated but also could trigger the New Mardrid. Would this also explain the great basin flooding? I am unsure and would love to hear yours & other's thoughts on the matter.

I also am seeing multiple links back to Katrina, Bp Oil Spill, Oil Sickness, etc. Can they be inter-related? Are they all part of some "Master plan?"



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 09:34 AM
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No just an samsung, haven't upgraded, don't do much but talk on it. LOL!!!



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 09:42 AM
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These maps don't surprise me and I think where we are located is going to be flooded and going down in a massive wall or water or mud. I can still feel the liquid moving but it's not as bad as it was last week. I'm looking for information on this, but when I was a kid growing up in south Louisiana I remember stories of the Atchafalaya having a sudden rise of I think it was 10 feet when an earthquake hit across the globe. I know it and the Mississippi have changed course in the past as well and why flood control methods were implemented.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 10:06 AM
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I have been following this thread for days (as it has taken that long for me to catch up.) I too, have felt all the little ones that no one else seems to feel. I live in Greenbrier though. I have 2 dogs that are the only thing that have kept me from feeling insane. At first I thought I was just imagining things, but then I noticed the dogs would get panicked when I thought I felt the ground moving. I also have seizures.. newly onset actually, began January 3rd of this year. Our 4.0 (the first quake to hit 4 or above) occurred about an hour after returning from the emergency room one morning. I had suffered 43 seizures in a 4 hour period of time, the first time I had ever had cluster type seizures, and these were the most violent I've had so far. I'm not sure if they are actually related or not. I have had nausea and terrible migraines (2-5 a week!) since last October. I thought it was the house, or the area, as we just moved here last summer. Now I'm not so sure. I believe I vaguely remember reports of the quakes starting around that time. It's funny, after reading the posts on this forum for so many days, I almost feel like I know some of you, haha! I do have a question for those in the area:
Has anyone else had a problem with 'puddles' in places they've never been in before?
We have had them in our backyard for 2-3 weeks now. We've only been here for about 9 months now, but we've never had standing water for more than a few hours before this. With every rain, they get bigger, and never seem to drain any at all. I do live within a half mile of a few of the suspected epicenters for some of the quakes. I don't know if this is related to anything or not.. but from reading all of your posts from the last few weeks, I figured I would see what ya'll thought about this.

Oh, and as for Robin's idea about why Susan can feel it all, I have to say it makes sense. I have a strong bond with mine as well. I can ask them questions about what my husband has done pertaining to the dogs while I'm gone, and get accurate answers by watching their body language, so you might say I'm somewhat empathetic for animals as well


Another question: Any thoughts as to the motives of the USGS's poor reporting lately? I know I have checked sites that show eathquakes that they were reporting in the past, but aren't now.

Thanks in advance everyone, and I hope I can contribute valuable information to this forum, anything you want to know, I'm eager to share!
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