I can't forget about the moon. The drill guys may not have factored the moon into their equations for a pressure test. If they read my stuff, they may
have waited longer before ramping up production. What makes this swarm so energic is that there's lots of satuarated water in the sand. The moon will
tug and drop the soil as it spins around our earth. Because that soil is now, from a physics standpoint, almost water and hardly solid. So the same
thing that is happening with the water in the ocean, is happening in Missippii River Plain. It's a plain. Lots of sand.
You can do a simple experiment with your kids to understand this principle. Fill a containor with some sand. Start by pouring small amounts of water
into it and then test by moving the container back and forth, up and down. I deep long pan would be best. Add more water and repeat movements and
observe. Add even more water and observe. At one point when you shake it like an earthquake, the sand diffuses into the water and don't have a solid
substance anymore. This is liquidification. This is the problem here. The study confirms my hypothesis that other areas will be affect because the
waves pass effortlessly, unrestricted, through the saturated soils.
The movement due to the gravitational force of the moon and sun, lifts up the soggy soil and then drops it back down. This pulsing #s loads and stress
which cause the faults to readjust.
The sandgeysers are a valuable clue. When you have destabalized soil, pressures within the aquifer change significantly. It's like a pressure washer.
These sandy blast of water underground are like sandblasters. They carve out larger and larger channels which further undermine the ground. This
highpressure abrasive jetstream will also get into faults and widen any fractures. Then this would allow waters that settle afterward to be wet clay
which could coat the faults and act like a lubricant.
There is a very intrigrated system happening here. It's not one events. It's a dynamic. The fracking guy are just making it happen in a short while as
opposed to it's natural timeline. This shortened timeline may mean the stresses are not distributed in a plodding fashion. This next event could be a
large earthquake that seems to never stop. It may last for days. Or there could be major shocks, one after another with only a minor pause.
Imagine everyone trying to get victims out when a second bigger quake hits.
The destabalizing of the ground has already happened. The fracking guys have been making tiny little earthquakes to produce the gas. The little quakes
count. Especially in soft soils. These tiny little waves travel and vibrate sleepy faults. The injection forces gas and water to incredible depths
under tremedeous pressure. This pressure, no matter how deep it is underground must displace something and this will change a fault position.
Everything they are doing is speeding the clock. All the tiny little quakes don't add up to a giant quake. No they are tiny and might not be equal to
a culmulative 7. It don't matter. All the fault has to have done to to make it rupture, is give it a little push. And these shifting sands change the
dynamic constantly. It would be an impossible agrument to try and suggest that the drilling will have minimal affects. In this region, given the
shifting sand, you're not supposed to build you foundations on sand. The entire fracking industry in Arkansas has built their house on a sand dune.
I'm absolutely convinced of this. I've thought it all the way through and back. I took the case early and followed every clue. I have uncovered the
culprit, I have identified his criminal syndicate, and I know the end result that can occur if this criminal is not apprehended.
If fracking continues. Memphis, Tennessee will be swollowed by the earth. I have no doubts.
I have doubts about the March full moon. This may not be enough. But eventually something will push the applecart down the hill. My predictions
usually take longer to happen than I first envision. So there my still be time.
edit on 17-2-2011 by Robin Marks because: (no reason given)