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the disinfo agent is puterman. All the people getting angry over me calling him on his nonsense are simply trying to derail the thread.
Originally posted by Cloudsinthesky
Question for the wise……..
Although the threads attention is focused here in AR………..What possible effects could it have several hundred miles away up the Madrid Fault line as in gases being released due to activity in AR?
I ask this because I am looking for “clues” as in bird deaths that are associated with this activity….
I found a small group in KY this am and now several dozen geese up in Toledo.
My question is could gases be released hundreds of miles away up the fault line from the actual quake site?
The geese in Toledo raised my eyebrows because they were seen dropping from the sky…….
This makes perfect sense to me that gas pockets rise up into the air, being lighter than normal air.
Sulfuric gases or methane gases leaking out of the Earth due to earthquakes or a 95 million year old Volcano waking up from a long nap. Being in the middle of the galactic plane, or the commet passing could be affecting the Earth violently. As well as the solar CME flares. by Frugal
"They will fall out of the sky and have trouble staying upright," said Dave Sherman, a biologist with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
These deaths could be contributed by multiple of things..........But when they drop out of the sky.......makes me wonder.....
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Prairie Creek Volcanic Pipe:1
One of the few places in North America where diamonds are present in their host rock and the only place tourists may hunt for diamonds is the Prairie Creek pipe in Arkansas. It is roughly triangular in surface outcrop, exposed over 73 acres, and is situated 2.5 miles southeast of Murfreesboro in Pike County. The site has been known to geologists since 1842. It is a breccia-filled volcanic pipe of Cretaceous age, formed by a series of gaseous explosions as are several other pipes nearby. Various rock types are present in the Arkansas diamondiferous pipes. Magmatic lamproite is a dark-colored igneous rock with a texture that has two distinct grain sizes (porphyritic). Some of it was broken explosively as it neared the earth's surface. This broken rock material is lamproite breccia tuff. Rarely have diamonds been reported in the soils formed by the weathering of magmatic lamproite; most have been recovered in the lamproite breccia tuff or in the thin residual soils overlying this rock. Microdiamonds, however, have been recovered from the magmatic rock by special techniques. Epiclastic rock, which is a rock formed by the mechanical mixing of tuffaceous volcanic material and local Cretaceous sediments, was recently recognized by geologists.
Fracking probably does cause earthquakes but doesn't cause chain quakes and repeating low magnitudes.