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Originally posted by usaman1983
New Madrid is exactly almost the halfway point between the two earthquakes in Virginia and Colorado...
Is there any reason to be alarm that the New Madrid could be next in the next few days?
From Mileage Calculator
New Madrid to Mineral, VA 795 miles
New Madrid to Trinidad, CO is 967 milers
Before New Madrid earthquake in the 1800's was there any other earthquakes to the east and the west before that?
I think the map you are talking about is also the same as the Edger Casey and agenda 21 maps :www.bibliotecapleyades.net...
Originally posted by Zintac
The more and more i think about this, more and more ideas keep popping into my head.
The forces from the Pacific Plate and the Mid-Atlantic Ridge pushing on the north American plate could cause stress fractures. (image a large slab of rock being pushed on from each side, the rock is going to fracture where it is the weakest, (CO earth quake) while not suffering a full structural collapse. Then the next weakest spot will go (VA quake) again the structure is still holding and building pressure. it's logical that the new Madrid area could be next do to the weak nature of the fault.)
The second idea is another i have thought about a bit. The area at one time tried to split. What if the area is going to become area of plate divergence where new crust is added. As i recall there is a map floating around some where that shows most of the area underwater.
Interesting ideas to think about.