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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, 21 2011 @ 03:20 PM
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Yes seizures don't have to be grand mal or petite mal with uncontrollable shaking and convulsions. There are absent seizures as well, a friend in Alabama has a grandson that is having these and they have been trying some new medications which seem to be helping that area of his brain, instead of him zoning out and being in another world at times. She was constantly saying Gabe back to earth, Gabe back to earth Gabe as he would just go into another world and be unresponsive. Stress, environment, exposure, vaccinations and even diet can affect and cause seizures. The breed of dog I raise has some bloodlines that are more prone to it than other lines and why I know a little. We do all kinds of health testing on them and the breed is not as bad as many other breeds are. A lot of research has and is being done to help find the DNA for epilepsy and develop a test so that we can use the test to make sure we don't breed anything that carries the gene but we don't have the test yet.

My heart goes out to you and from what I do know, it adds up and your Dr. can't just tell you to move, that is a personal decision, but I have had one tell me to get out of the line of work I was doing before it killed me with my heart. I would tend to think that it's from exposure, look at the rashes and other symptoms that others are having as well that will not heal and go away. It's continued exposure to toxins when it wasn't going on before and life was normal. Document everything and hugs to you.
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posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 03:25 PM
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When I left town Friday and I haven't posted yet. In a 3.3 mile stretch on Hwy 64 to get to El Paso I passed 5 or 6 trucks hauling rigs again. They were moving equipment.



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 03:42 PM
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Gasland is to be shown in Heber Springs on April 2, at that time Environmental Law Attorneys Mick Harris and The Government Accountability Project Attorney, and Director Richard Condit will be in town and avilable to address questions and answer and to assess the situation in Arkansas to see if there is anything they can do to help us.



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 03:42 PM
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I'm still chewing on the letter you recieved. I'll point out it's major flaw later. It will give you food for thought when you talk to the filmmakers.

I hope you feel better after your trip.
I'm curious about the weather in Arkansas. What's the weather been like in general terms over the last week or so?

Well, it's been especially quiet on the webicorders. I still see a dimishing trend. Of course I'm noting that there was a quake to the far northeast. And then one on the very southern leading edge under Greenbier. Just observations and nothing more. But I don't really see things in isolation. The world-wide quakes have also slowed considerably. I find the parallel interesting.

Oh, Utahrose, I was going to post the Florida watertable story. You beat me. You obviously understand the bigger picture. I have done a fair amount of study when it comes to geology. It seems like they're missing a big part of the equation when they fail to understand the importance of water. Well, not exactly. I've read their studies on water events as well, and there's tons. Giant glacial dambursts are some of my favorite examples. But the focus still seems to be on the rocks. If you study what happens underneath glaciers, you'll find channels of super-cooled waters that cut through ice and rock. Water can act like a cutting torch. Geologists seem to focus on the faults and the layers of rock. But these are really stagnant. What drives the whole process is the liquids. The magma within trying to makes it way out. And the water on the surface always trying to find the lowest and deepest place to travel. It's fluid dynamics. When you look at it that way, the rock becomes the least fascinating and the slowest dynamic of it all. I think they're looking through the telescope from the wrong direction.

Where was I? This is an interesting time to watch the quakes because it is quiet. I know that sounds strange. But now is the time to watch for the next event so you can determine if it is in fact diminishing, or, if there is something new in the works. The assumption according to the trend should be that the next round should be even less vigorous. I know everyone focuses on the larger events. It's in our nature. You can see this thread is wearing thin, and that's ok by me because I like the quiet. In comparison, this thread is much less active than right after the 4.M. I guess I'm just different, it's not the magnitude of an event that gets me interested. It's the change in trends. I don't believe in fortune-telling, but I do believe you can predict events if you understand the physics and the trend.

Right near Greenbrier is the city of Conway. If anyone is interested, there is a very good video from a fella from Arkansas. It is very rude, crude and lude. So I've warned you. I won't post it here. But if you are curious, search,

Dwight David Honeycutt For Conway School Board. video

I warned you.

I just want you all to know that I'll be writing here for the foreseeable future. I'm not going anywhere. This is my livingroom. In a virtual world I can talk to the people in the other rooms. One of those rooms being Arkansas. I won't mind at all when things quiet down for good and we can focus on the other aspects of the energy industry in Arkansas.

Like the fact the state is cutting back on thier bugdet. Which means there will be less enforcement of regulations. Less monitoring. Less government. Less government to get in the way of private business interests.

Business interests that don't care about the people of Arkansas.
They are interested in what's under Arkansas, not in the living beings that inhabit the surface.

"DRILL, BABY, DRILL!!!"

kill, baby, kill...

will



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 04:07 PM
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Yes Robin I am feeling better, thank you. The nausea has stopped for the most part, still some ringing in the ears here at home, but it's not as bad and the headaches have improved. I did loose cell reception south of Pine Bluff in areas that I have never lost service in before and my head had a few sharp pains run through it, but it did ease when I got 20 miles down the road along with the bad ringing in the ears at the time. I did not have any ear ringing in Louisiana or headaches or nausea. Now, I am not feeling any movement here and I am hoping that it continues to slow and stops completely. I have heard some rumblings and would have to say that's it more traffic related at times than earthquake.

Yes it was one of those, we have to reply to this lady before she bugs the **** out of us and starts reporting other things to others or the news etc... letters. I knew that was what it was going to be once I did get a response since it had taken so long for then to respond in the first place to my original emails. I have been hounding them and will continue to do so and have made comments about them not posting quakes that have been felt and the swaying that was going on etc...This way they at least answered it. I've sent them enough video's to prove what was happening here and they know it, just a standard response letter not admitting anything other than what has been said publicly. LOL!!! We know the game.



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 04:44 PM
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Just got a call from Night Line News, they will be here this weekend for interviews.



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 04:58 PM
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Here is another geologist that believes that the New Madrid is a subduction zone.


Geologist Offers a New Theory
Gulf's Evolution Makes the Shakes



Look at the map:





Now combine that with the map of the strange rumbling noises:


Map of the strange sound phenomenon heard around the world


It appears to be running parallel to the fault line of the New Madrid subduction zone.
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posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 05:42 PM
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I'm sorry, but I have to say this.

I think it would behoove you to actually read through the thread, rather than jumping to the last page assuming that information has not been shared before. Because it has, and it was by me.

In addition to that, I shared that EXACT information, specifically the article and map, in that thread you pointed to.

When I find something in one thread, that I think could be beneficial in another thread, I ALWAYS direct back to the poster of the information and the thread I found it it. It's called giving proper credit where credit is due. Not claiming the credit for myself. It's called ETIQUETTE. Try it, you might gain some respect.



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 06:59 PM
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In 2006, there were 2 earthquakes in the Gulf near the area outlined by Jack Reed. A 6.0 and 5.2 magnitude.



"The strongest earthquake to hit the Gulf of Mexico in 33 years shook the southern United States Sunday, prompting thousands of calls to authorities. The magnitude 6.0 temblor, centered about 330 miles (530 kilometers) southeast of New Orleans, Louisiana, occurred at 8:56 a.m. local time (map of Louisiana). It was felt in parts of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi."
news.nationalgeographic.com...

Edit to add: Apparently it was downgraded to a 5.8 by USGS. earthquake.usgs.gov...



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posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 07:14 PM
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I am not sure if this has been posted or not. I don't remember seeing it.

www.ecgs.lu...



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 09:34 PM
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Thanks! And I`m glad you`re back and feeling better. Been strangely quiet today.... hope that`s a good sign.



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 10:05 PM
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Was just reviewing folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu... I had noticed how calm everything was. But after clicking on a few of these in AR, Marked Tree seems busy. I hope it's just traffic or something else benign.
White Oak Lake is also showing busy, www.geology.ar.gov...

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posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 10:15 PM
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White Oak is always strange, but yes everything is very calm. Ears are still ringing a little, left has a higher pitch than the right does and I'm facing east so that higher pitch is on my north side.
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posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 10:16 PM
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LOL you found some schipperkes there. LOL!!!



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 10:23 PM
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Once you love a schipperke, its forever. I miss him, but he had such sensitive ears he could hear a thunderstorm 15 minutes before it got here. And right before he died in January, he spent a lot of time looking at the ground and whining. I guess in his own Schipperke way, he was trying to warn me that something wasn`t right. But if my ears are ringing, I know his would have been driving him nuts. My lab barks even with small rumbles, usually about 5 seconds before I feel anything. She is very restless tonight ... maybe its just the moon. Hope so!



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 10:31 PM
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That is why I have so many of them. Love the breed. Mine are calm tonight even the puppies are sleeping away.



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 10:34 PM
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That`s a good sign. Maybe we all will get some sleep tonight.
And the next, and the next.... we all need it after the "roller coaster" we`ve been on here!



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 10:48 PM
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Isn't that the truth. Have a wonderful night everyone and remember that we have some important things coming up very quickly and have to be ready for it. We have to make ourselves be heard by the world to put an end to the nightmare if we can.



posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 11:00 PM
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Susan good luck darlin. You are awesome! I am so proud of you, with all you have been through and still putting yourself out there.

Go gettem Tiger!



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 07:50 AM
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Good morning all,

Any one of you (especially in Memphis) see the two rainbows in the sky?

May be nothing; just thought I'd mention them since quakes usually happen when rainbows or colors appear in the sky ( when its not raining)




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