reply to post by Robin Marks
After reading these threads for 5 days now, can I will make my own synopsis of everything.
Robin, You originally started this thread to bring awareness of the earthquakes in Arkansas.
Unfortunately, it appears from the threads of comments, that there are some individuals on ATS seem to actually hope to see disaster and destruction.
Is an individual’s life is so dull and boring they wish to sit at their computer and watch a bunch of innocent people from mid-south get sucked into
a gigantic sink hole?
So they can say “I Called it” or “Made the Prediction”.
When it comes to the bird deaths in Beebe and the Earthquakes in Guy, Yes there is an obvious connection. If it is toxic gases released due to
fracking, this is yet to be determined. A moratorium on fracking has been extended to see if this is the cause.
From southern Illinois all the way down to the Gulf, the area is rich with natural resources. Coal, Oil and Gas.
The resources are there because of the same geological formation that created the faults in the first place. If we drill and blast a fault system or
caldera, it seems only logical that “sh*t” is going to happen. I know from personal experience that most people involved in the oil, coal or gas
business are ruthless and greedy.
It is all a Catch 22 because our current world runs on these fuels.
The moral to this story; If fuel exploration is causing these earthquakes, we truly need to put our foot down and bring this to an end.
Morals are the key.
Morals are required for selfish greedy people in the energy business to do what is right.
Morals are required by those who get a thrill out of scaring innocent people.
Action is required by those who complain. Yes, that includes Me.
I pray to God it does not require a mega quake in the center of the US to make this happen. There’s another. 3.7 at 9AM today.
If we truly wish to make our Earth a better place, Morals are required by all.
RANT: Please excuse me; I am disgusted and scared all at the same time.
Thank you Robin, for starting a fantastic, informative thread.