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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, 25 2011 @ 12:03 PM
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I got the video from the rig in Romance Arkansas uploaded to youtube. Here is the link for it and you can hear it in the background. In the part of it where I mention a ridge I think is actually a catch pond, I wasn't sure at the time and didn't trespass on the property to find out.

www.youtube.com...




posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 12:52 PM
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I see the link I posted wasn't working so I'll repost it here. Don't know if you 'regulars' who have largely built this thread already know this info or are perhaps too busy to view it, but I would suggest if anyone still has a question about the potential uses of EM and nuclear and other tech to cause earthquakes (and many other (un)natural disasters) that they read the info here at this link:

Earthquakes: Natural or Manmade

www.mathaba.net...?related

Thoughts. By the way, I'm posting from Mid-Missouri N and to the west of the New Madrid fault (proper) but still likely close enough to get some shocks if a big one hits. And we have Callaway nuclear plant up here hopefully far enough away though to avoid any quake related problems should they occur.
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posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 01:42 PM
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Originally posted by iprotectwildlife
I found it very interesting that the Mississippi , Amazon and Niger Rivers can call the Mid Atlantic Ridge their creator.

The link to the article below explains it in the geology portion . What do you think ?

en.wikipedia.org...


Hey, Thanks for adding this Link. More education for me today and personally adds to the validity of my theory on the rivers.
For me, this also adds to my theory that when the rivers are flooded, we are less likely to have a major Earthquake on the New Madrid / Wabash Valley Fault line. The water may act as a lubricant or "pad" for any plate movement beneath the Earth.
Please don't give me too much heck for this opinion. I am not trying to start any arguments .... Just my theory and I certainly could be proven wrong if we happen to have a large earthquake when the rivers are past flood stage, as they are now.

I am speaking of "Natural Earthquakes" here....

Thanks for your link too Tecumte; www.mathaba.net...?related
Now this is when the sh!t gets a little too scarey for me and way beyond my theories on NATURAL EARTHQUAKES.



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posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 01:56 PM
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You will get no heck from me ....
I found it so interesting and wanted to share...Thank you for reading.



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 02:04 PM
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I haven't posted in a while because I haven't had much to say. I'm still following this thread on a daily basis though. The week I spent away from here really helped a lot. I still believe we need to pay close attention, but I had gotten to the point that I was sitting in front of the computer all day long waiting on the next the next post to make comparisons. I was on edge and stressed to the max. It hit me while I was in the hospital that I had gone overboard. It's great that we share information to find the source, but I think we are as prepared as it's going to get, so I've started backing away from the computer a bit and focusing on more productive things. Today, I'm getting ready to go outside and work on a vegetable garden. I thought I might suggest something like this to some of you other posters on here, because in essence, it's earthquake preparedness, but it also gets you out of the house and moving your body and focuses your attention on something else. Now for the real reason I decided to post today..........

Did anyone else wake up between 3 and 4ish this morning? I woke up several times to the house shaking pretty good but can't find anything on USGS that would explain it. I'm starting to think I'm going crazy. I know it was real, because my dogs STILL won't get off of the bed and onto the floor. If anyone heard or felt anything let me know please? I just can't figure out what caused it...



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 02:07 PM
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A thought occurred to me the other day but I keep forgetting about it when I am here, Japan consuming much of my attention...

What if the quakes that are happening in AR and other interior areas are actually stronger than what is being registered?

The reason I ask this is in thinking about the vast amount of sedimentation that is the Midwest, it dawned upon me that if you were to have a sand box and bang on the bottom, you'd get energy waves that propagate through the sand from the impact point, but dissipate by the time they reach the surface, being spread throughout the sand and then transmitted to the surface.

Does the question make any sense?

What if the quakes that are happening are being felt over such large areas due to the widening and spreading out of the seismic energy through the sediments and groundwater of the Mississippi River Embayment?

So you would have say a 3.0 happen down deep and by the time the energy was muffled by the ground, it only registered as a 2-something.

If you placed a thick cloth over a telephone ear piece, you'd have a muffling of the sound coming from the speaker, and seismic waves are compression waves just like sound, or are they not? Or are there both compression and transverse waves combined? I am afraid I am displaying a bit of ignorance on this point, so any clarification would be most appreciated.



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 02:21 PM
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Could be? The Earthquakes in Arkansas are occuring in the mountains were the rock composition is much different that in the Mississippi Valley. Greenbrier Ark. is about 80 miles from the Mississippi Embayment.
Robin knows a lot about the rock composition.
Scientists always say the New Madrid Earthquake of 1811-1812 was felt over such a large area because the sandy sediments and water saturated soil allows the earthquake waves to travel further distance.
Whereas in California, and in the mountains of Arkansas, the rock composition is much harder and the waves do not travel as far.



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 04:32 PM
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OMG, Yes I did too. I'm glad you said something as I didn't want to post anything either thinking the same thing. In fact from that point on I did not sleep well at all. The cat flew and landed on top of me, Chili started barking and I don't know what it was but something did happen.



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 04:41 PM
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If you go back and read thru the posts Robin thinks water is a key factor here and it makes perfect sense to me. Since they closed the two wells the quakes in my area have changed greatly. The house is not swaying anymore and I'm not seasick constantly like I was, it took a few days for the water to move on thru to where ever it went and maybe out from under us so to speak for the swaying to subside, but it has stopped the sway here in Vilonia and I feel like I'm walking on solid ground again.



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 04:43 PM
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Thank goodness it wasn't just me! It was a hard shake here! I mean I was woken from a dead sleep and everything in the house was rattling. Was there an explosion or something that you know of? Surely such a powerful event would've been reported had it been an earthquake? The main even felt about the equivalent of a 4.0 or higher earthquake, with 3 or 4 other incidents that felt like 3.5-4.0 events. I was really expecting to see something on USGS this morning.. but there's NOTHING there. How hard was the shaking for you?



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 05:01 PM
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I just asked my husband if it woke him as I'm sleeping in the room with Chili and the new babies for a week. He did get awakened too but he wasn't sure by what. Yes we shook a pretty good bit and I didn't get up and check it either as I was still exhausted from being up all night delivering babies. Robin or Puterman or anyone is there anyway to go back and pull up anything and see if there was anything there? Something did happen I am in complete agreement on that. I don't know about any explosions or anything. I haven't watched the news today either, I've been pretty busy doing other things. I did just load GEE back up and think I'll leave it up.



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 05:49 PM
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Here is an Articile about the Booms



Link:

www.earthfiles.com...



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 05:55 PM
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Oh and it could very well be natural gas shooting up from the ground, it makes a loud boom, and shakes the ground a bit when it excapse. That is also what I think killed the birds.



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 05:56 PM
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One simple answer. HAARP



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 06:25 PM
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I met a lady who is involved with the stop fracking movement who swears she knows the truth about the birds. She said one of her best friends was involved in it and they had bought commercial grade fireworks and set them off and that the birds did die from the fireworks and that is what killed them and she swears that is the truth as the flock was seen on radar that night reacting to the explosions. I don't know, but she keeps assuring me that is what happened.



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 06:52 PM
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www.msnbc.msn.com...

You'll notice halfway through, Gale Moore, an eyewitness, says she didn't see or hear fireworks.

I've had blinders on. Don't know how I missed this, or didn't digest it. Forget haarp. Forget whatever. It's the drilling and the injection wells. You'd have to ignore the mountain of evidence. The conspiracy is not hidden. It's been right out in the open the whole time.

www.cbsnews.com...

showme.net...

en.wikipedia.org...


I don't know what to tell them. Susan, tell Nightline, the damned fools are going to cause a massive series of earthquakes. I don't need to prove they are going to cause a disaster any longer. I am so positive that this will happen, I can't find any reason to cast doubt on my conclusion. Unless they stop drilling, I can't see how the drilling won't cause a catastrophe from happening in the near future. It's all simple physics. It's a proven fact injection causes earthquakes.

The disaster will dwarf the crisis in Japan. I know this is extreme. I don't care. I'm almost unable to write anymore. I may stop writing here. If you can't understand the danger, you haven't been paying attention. If you are just passing through my realm, you have no context, and will fail to comprehend this nightmare will affect you.

Susan, if all your efforts fail and you see no signs of a change- no solution- move.

I'm sorry everyone. My well is running dry.


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posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 07:41 PM
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Thanks Robin. I have bookmarked each page and am emailing them to Nightline now. They will be here Sunday morning at my house and I can show them the damage that the 4.0 caused.

Everyone that is local tomorrow night please try to come.

Sat. March 26 at 6:30 Guy Perkins High School 492 Highway 25 North . This is the showing Josh will be attending
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posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 07:49 PM
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Well, if that is true then all of the fireworks shows, like New Years around the world, would be killing the hell out of birds every year. I think someone would have noticed this a long time ago if it were the case. Even during WWII all the birds didn't fall out of the sky, they just flew away. Even firing cannons won't kill all the birds in the area. But gas sure will an won't take much for a bird. It goes straight up and doesn't effect humans. If they put on a fireworks show with commercial fireworks wouldn't a lot of people been there?



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 07:55 PM
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I happen to agree with you. Just like the fish kills in the river, how many flood gates are there in this world and how many fish get killed by opening them.



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 08:10 PM
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Right and Drum fish are bottom feeders, gas coming up out of the ground under water would stay at the bottom. Catfish and Drum probably don't feed at the same time, but some catfish were reported in the fish deaths too, just not many of them. You have to be careful of people "infiltrating" into the group that are not on your side. They get well paid to do this by the gas companies.



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