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Originally posted by HadEnough
reply to post by katfish
We have had cell phone and wireless internet problems for the last couple of months or so. Has anyone checked into the solar thingies ( I haven't been allowed to sleep yet, not since yesterday morning, so I'm not gonna try and remember the correct terms, just to get slammed with 'they're called....') to see if they are the problem with the phone/internet issues? I know they mentioned last summer that all of this was coming on our local news station. They said solar storms (? memory sucks) would affect the satellites and weather and when combined with the super close moon this spring could affect earthquake and volcanic activity. My brain is fried so I can't remember if there is a connection here or not? lol sorry I can't be of more help.
Did you know that Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana have produced huge diamonds? Near Murfreesboro, Arkansas, from what is now known to be a lamproite pipe, more than 100,000 stones averaging 0.25 carat each were produced between 1907 and 1933.
My estimate was wrong because I did not account for the green spike which altered the screen sensitivity more than I allowed for
There are 15 nuclear power plants in the New Madrid fault zone -- three reactors in Alabama -- that are of the same or similar design as the site in Japan experiencing problems.
Another study by the Mid-America Earthquake Center last year estimates that nearly 750,000 buildings would be damaged, 3,000 bridges would potentially collapse, 400,000 breaks and leaks to local pipelines and $300 billion in direct damage and $600 billion in indirect losses would occur.