It's absolutely remote triggering. I wrote this on Feb. 6th, page 151
"Umm, no wonder I was thinking about remote triggering after I saw the 6.6 magnitude. Because I had just seen it for myself. It was not pronounced,
but there was an uptick just afterward.
I think the Enola swarms were both fluid induced. 1981 and 2001 Meaning lots of water. Sorry, I love my volcano, Yellowstone, ( i should say
volcanoes, because I love my Hudson Bay eruptions too) but this fluid is not magma.
Last volcanic activity was 80 millions years ago. Yes a giant rift could open up one day, but I think it's a long shot.
Here's Enola abstract, can't find full study yet. Nonetheless.
Here's an old Enola study.
There must be a very dynamic aquifer under this area. It's insane to be injecting in the region. It's insane to be fracking in this region. At the
very least they are going to screw up the ground water and poision the wells and streams. And if they keep going, they'll change the course of the
Mississipi and change the course of history. "
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And today, page 159, before the two big ones,
I am absolutely convinced that Arkansas was just remotely triggered by the large quakes in Japan.
There is a bigger quakes in Arkansas right now and just before that there was cluster activity which stated just as the waves were reaching Central
Arkansas. This means water is involved. Long story. Too long for now. I've written about it in the Yellowstone thread.
Alaskan earthquakes change Yellostones Geysers. Find it please.
This means Arkanasas is primed and rumbling everytime something shakes it. Like a swollen water balloon. Tap it and it resonates. Hit it too hard...
I am absolutley certain there is a major issue with water saturation under Arkansas.
You can't stop nature once it's set into motion."
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The reason is because you could see it has it happened. The larger quakes were reversing the trends. I saw it at first but it was only subtle. After
this last batch of waves it's obvious.
Right now it should be obvious the entire dynamic has changed. We've got constant quakes showing up on the GEE and the webicorders. This change can
right as the first waves hit and now is fully releasing it's energy.
The swarm ones seem to be building. I expect a large quake tonight. Man I hope I'm wrong. It could be around 4 magnitude.
Puterman I respect you. And I accepted when you first came on here you were skepkical when I said there was going to be an intensification. You put up
a graph and said that the spike to that point wasn't very impressive compared to the spikes in the fall. I told you this one was going to be big. And
it was. And still is generating some intense activity again.
Arkansas is floating on every wave. Like living on a raft of thatch on an ocean.