The Akansas swarm has shown a pattern. It's off again, on again. Today, there have been many in the 2 magnitude range.
But there is a difference when you compare recent activity to the period from February 15th until short after they stopped the injection wells by
order of the Arkansan goverment. The difference it there are no more 3+ magnitude quakes, and there are no clusters of these larger quakes.
If the injection are the cause, this is what you would expect. Even after they stopped injection wells in Colorado, the quakes continued for a time
afterward. The fault would be settling.
One day, probably a long time from now, they will realize that there was no ancient fault to reactivate in the first place. I believe that this was an
artifically induced fault. Meaning, there was not fault, the two injection wells worked unknowingly to cause a major fracture in the earth.
It would seem that the rest of the world is now talking about the moon. There's quite the debate going on and I don't want to be part of it. I've
already determined my hypothesis and am going to just observe. And if you remember, it's a complex dynamic, which means that while everyone is watch
the full moon, nothing may happen. The real action may happen shortly after, or may have already started, not with this next full moon, but with the
last new moon. It's not as simple as saying it's a "Supermoon", we only have on moon. And a lunar cycle.
I'm not going to say anything about world-wide quakes at the moment. Even though I desperately want to write about the 2005 Kashmir Quake, and the
Azerbaijani mudvolcano, I am going to pull back. I am a fisherman. When you have a giant fish on your line, it is not a simple matter of reeling it in
as fast as possible with all your might. It's a matter of bringing it in, and then letting it run. You gotta tire the monster out.
If there is a sizable quake in the middle of the Amazon, then I'll talk about the rest.
I've been focusing my personal life with a theme of context. You can't know the whole story without it. I'm not saying the Quebec quake is not part of
a bigger equation, I'm just saying it isn't really rare. The only earthquake I've ever felt was because of this fault, I was twenty floors up in an
apartment building. People have been feeling quakes in the Quebec for 300 years.
Quebec has some unstable lands.
Don't forget the warehouse of information.
edit on 16-3-2011 by Robin Marks because: (no reason given)