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a Fracking (frac well drilling) operation JUST WEST of the Plume area --- so all together we have a giant natural gas frack operation -- a series of dormant volcanoes, town names like Sulphur Springs, Hot Springs, and Crater of Diamonds/Murfreesboro -- the plumes appear on VISIBLE SATELLITE from space.. only for a short time , at MULTIPLE SITES always near sunset... and gone by the AM (thus ruling out a large fire of some kind).
To me, IMO, it has all the pieces there to put together.. a geologic steaming event of some kind ... the steam is coming from this dormant volcanic area BEING FRACKED (injected with water) !!!!! Great idea to INJECT WATER into an area permeated with old deep volcanic tubes connected to very old magma chambers........ I think it is highly possible that water injected from this nearby fracking operation could indeed cause a STEAM PLUME event to occur at the dormant volcano chain right next door ! Not a good development for the area.
This increases the chances of a larger seismic event along the New Madrid Seismic Zone... and may indeed be the VERY CAUSE of our recent midwest earthquake uptick... now there is a DIRECT CONNECTION between fracking / dormant volcanoes / and plumes appearing . todays plumes seen in the 3/3 video: 35 14 21.13 N , 93 28 53.62 W location of the most current plume appearing on visible satellite = west of Sulphur Springs AR. 34°46'11.98"N , 94°11'33.94"W location of the 2nd plume (central west Arkansas) near the state line .
Here are the past two videos on the subject: 3/3/2012 -- A must see if you want to know what Im talking about in this current video above: www.youtube.com... Original Video from 3/1/2012 showing multiple plumes, multiple areas at the same time erupting(appearing): www.youtube.com...
map 1.3 2012/03/04 12:21:06 36.251N 89.430W 6.3 5 km ( 3 mi) ESE of Ridgely, TN map 1.8 2012/03/04 12:06:03 36.548N 89.694W 8.7 13 km ( 8 mi) SE of Parma, MO map 2.8 2012/03/04 07:31:20 37.085N 104.865W 5.0 23 km (14 mi) WSW of Cokedale, CO map 1.8 2012/03/04 00:18:53 35.811N 90.067W 10.6 5 km ( 3 mi) SSW of Dell, AR
Originally posted by PuterMan
retracted. can't be bothered.edit on 4/3/2012 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)
A visible light picture (left) and an infrared picture (right) of two cups. One cup contains cold water, while the other contains hot water. In the visible light picture we cannot tell, just by looking, which cup is holding cold water and which is holding hot water. In the infrared image, we can clearly "see" the glow from the hot water in the cup to the left and the dark, colder water in the cup to the right. If we had infrared eyes, we could tell if an object was hot or cold without having to touch it.
Because infrared light can travel through thick smoke and visible light cannot, infrared cameras are used by firefighters to find people and animals in smoke filled buildings. The infrared body heat from people and warm-blooded animals can travel through the smoke and cause them to show up clearly through an infrared camera. Many people and their pets have been saved by firefighters using infrared cameras. Also, because infrared light can travel through thick fog, it is very useful to have infrared cameras on ships and airplanes to help in navigation.
...there is a link between upper and lower atmospheres.
The gas becomes increasingly rarefied at higher altitudes. At heights of 80 km (50 miles), the gas is so thin that free electrons can exist for short periods of time before they are captured by a nearby positive ion. The existence of charged particles at this altitude and above, signals the beginning of the ionosphere a region having the properties of a gas and of a plasma. The ionosphere is indicated by the light green shading in the figure to the left.
t the outer reaches of the Earth's environment, solar radiation strikes the atmosphere with a power density of 1370 Watts per meter2 or 0.137 Watts per cm2, a value known as the "solar constant."
Originally posted by mytheroy
reply to post by bonsaihorn
Not sure if this ones relevant,but 5 hours ago Colorado had a 2.8
5 hours ago
DateTime: Sunday March 4 2012, 13:31:20 UTC
Depth: 5 km
Source: USGS Feed