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Originally posted by BobAthome
Originally posted by BobAthome
This is just a theory Ark. should get a 3.5-4.0 next little while ie hours,, we shall see. just wanted to doc.
I repeat just a theory not in any way a forewarning.
Well my timming sucks. orig post : 19-2-2011 @ 12:11 PM by BobAthomeedit on 19-2-2011 by BobAthome because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by westcoast
Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by westcoast
There you go, happy now?
OK now I have forgotten what I was going to say! Mm. Oh yes. Do you not think that if they were using this to relieve pressure that they would possibly (a) do it closer to the New Madrid Fault and (2) spread it over a larger area, and (3) rather than introducing pressure they would attempt and electric trigger as that has been shown to have some effect in reducing stress?
It seems to me that by pumping at high pressure that they would be introducing stress rather than relieving it.
Just my thoughts.edit on 19/2/2011 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)
Heheheh....not as big a groan as I thought it would be.
Based on your comments here, and since (as I said) I am simply thinking outside the box, let me approach it differently:
What IF, instead of trying to prevent it...they are trying to CAUSE it? Would that make more sense, based on the 'dots' ?
With the BP drilling, I don't know HOW it would do it, only that none of it made sense. I mean, the greed part I get (unfortunately) but not anything else about how it played out. Something STANK regarding our governments involvement and reaction from begining to end. So again, I don't understand the how...but I just have a gut feeling that it is related. Puterman, what if they were doing a form of fracking out there, instead of the typical drilling? What that do to the type of composition found in the GOM? Could THAT then tie into all of this other stuff? Could that explain the wierd way the leak and fluids behaved? You know, the recent article about how they JUST discovered that fracking could also be used for oil drilling? Maybe its already been done? Anyways...thinking outloud here. Really don't know.
Going back to the Arkansas fracking and quakes. If this were more than a test, as Robin seems to be saying...but is also a part of a bigger design, and they are in fact attempting to trigger the New Madrid, than would it make sense to do it leading up to the perigee moon? WHY would they want to trigger the New Madrid, vs preventing it from happening? I mean, I know there are conspiracy theories out there about TPTB wanting to reduce the population, but I have never subscribed to those theories. I just can't see WHY they would want to do it? Like I said..just putting the ideas out there.
Robin, I hope I have not gotten too far off topic here. I am just trying to make sense of the whys. Asking questions that may lead us to totally different answers. I think one thing is clear: something is going on.
Here is a map of the 'dots' that I am seeing. Maybe for someone else, it will create a different picture:
Okay, so this map is by no means spot-on, but gives you a general idea. I think it would be good to add all the recent gas explosions too...but I just don't have time for that.
Here are a couple of other interesting maps:
And then ofcourse the interesting articles that I got those last few maps from. While I don't endorse them, I think they are worth seeing, given the topic:
So there you go...again, I hope this is not considered off-topic. I think it important to look at the possible correlations and possibilities.
I live in south mississippi and I can tell you that something odd is going on. I'm watching "earthquakelights" as we speak and every cow on our farm is going nuts! Haven't noticed any military prescence but I do live in the sticks.
Now, after analyzing the deluge of information from before, during and after the earthquake, Bouchon and his colleagues have detected repeated, accelerating blips of seismic activity before the Izmit quake, near the point where the rupture began.
Theoretical and laboratory studies of earthquakes suggest they should be preceded by slow slipping along a fault in the Earth. Before the Izmit quake began, the research suggests the fault slipped irregularly but near-continuously for 44 minutes, generating the bursts the scientists detected, as well as increasing low-frequency seismic noise.
"This will motivate seismologists to look more for these types of signals before earthquakes," Bouchon told OurAmazingPlanet. "Seismologists have kind of given up finding such signals in the early nucleation phase before earthquakes."
The 1999 Izmit earthquake in Turkey is one of the best recorded in the world. For the first time, researchers from CNRS (1), Kandilli Observatory (Istanbul) and the Tubitak research center observed that the earthquake was preceded by a preparatory phase that lasted 44 minutes before the rupture of the fault. This phase, which was characterized by a distinctive seismic signal, corresponds to slow slip at depth along the fault. Detecting it in other earthquakes might make it possible to predict some types of earthquakes several tens of minutes before fault rupture. These findings are published in the 18 February 2011 issue of the journal Science.
It is known that some earthquakes are preceded by foreshocks, but so far scientists have been unable to distinguish foreshocks from the almost constant minor seismic activity at plate boundaries. Until foreshocks are followed by a major quake, there is no way of objectively determining that that's what they actually were
Advance warning is the ultimate prize for earthquake studies. Now, for the first time, one study offers tantalising evidence that it may be possible to build such a system to warn of some impending large quakes about an hour before they strike.
The finding comes from an analysis of the seismic record from the lead-up to a devastating earthquake that hit Turkey in 1999. This revealed that foreshocks rippled away from the source of the rupture in the 45 minutes before the quake – the first time that foreshocks have been conclusively linked to a major earthquake.
Theoretical models predict that the crust is unstable in the hours leading up to a major earthquake, but detecting that instability in the real world has proven a challenge.
... A guy who monitors the NOAA national data buoy center says the data shows that the sea floor is rising by as much as 13 feet A DAY
Not sure if it was even 2010
Posted by bzyangl May 24th