posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 02:10 PM
Originally posted by MamaJ
reply to post by onehuman
I have noticed the same thing and have been waiting on someone to notice on ATS so I could chime in. ;-) SO....thank you for noticing as well. What is
your take on the two in the Southern Mid Atlantic Region? I have been looking at our seismic activity since the Arkansas swarm began...We are
definitely seeing an increase of activity in my opinion.
Thanks for responding and Im glad Im not the only one that watches! It is hard for me to comment with any type of expertise, because I really dont
have the knowledge about what Im looking at as far as the science of it goes.
I try to look at it more from what I know is going on in the world or in certain areas to see if they coincide. That is why I mentioned that I was
following it during the recent full moon to see what it did. As I mentioned, it was quiet then which I have to say surprised me a bit. I thought the
pull and tug would have made it a bit more active.Then again like I said, Im hardly a rocket scientist when it comes to this. I am more instinctive
I am very curious as to why it is so active today though when it was so quiet only hours ago. Now Im trying to see if any of it correlates with the
thunder noise people have been reporting.
I wish the graph from Missouri was working as I feel that might give a better clue about that particular area, but that has been down for a long time,
lol which also makes me wonder. lol Iv'e been on ATS to long.
I guess Im in a wait and see what we hear soon of anything that may happen in the next few hours or so. That or some of the house experts show up and
give us a better idea.