reply to post by SusanFrey
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
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...