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Anyone notice the line of earthquakes across the US???

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posted on May, 6 2011 @ 10:54 PM
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I upload mine to the media page on ATS. It is TOOLS ----> Pictures. Then after I figured out how to upload I used the links provided when viewing the pictures I uploaded.

Good point about them appearing to get smaller as they go from Baja to Maine. Its like a traveling wave getting weaker. The only thing is they all occurred different days for the most part. So It doesnt seem to be a chain reaction.




posted on May, 10 2011 @ 05:20 AM
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Came across this image of climate data for the month of april. Notice the line that divides the records highs and the record lows. It is relatively in the same place as the line that was drawn connecting the earthquakes. Most likely a coincidence, but I am looking into future weather patterns after earthquakes to see if I can find any related data. Anyone have any ideas on how these 2 maps could be related to each other?



 
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