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6.9 in Gulf of California. Yet ANOTHER Quake

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posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 05:44 PM

Originally posted by alkesh

Originally posted by Shadowalker

Its the locations and the frequency that are not normal.

And you know this because you've been around the past six billion years or so?


Prove yourself with data from 6 million. LOL!!!

Dont make yourself a joke shilling. This isnt shillywood and your not a shilly star.

Provide the hard date since when? 1952 when we had instrumentation?

You do that and then run a compare for another 24 or 48 hr period that matches.

Then even I might listen.

posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 05:55 PM
reply to post by Shadowalker

do your own goddamn research..why is it everyone wants answers but yet they won't do the research themselfs...big problem on here...everybody wants everybody else to do the work for them..... just because i disagree im a shill or a troll?...with that type of logic is it any wonder people categorize you people as nutters and complete people always talk about open minds...but only when it suites your're no better than bible bangers when it comes to your stubborn, close minded ways
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posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 06:21 PM
Not swaying my post either way, just saying look at the facts:


Thats a larger than normal amount of +5 earthquakes for such a small time period, not saying unheard of, but larger than normal, if it continues this busily with +5 EQ for much longer, ill star worrying, but for now, i just see a statistical inevitability of higher than normal amount of EQ.

Just my thought Namaste.

posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 07:53 PM
reply to post by Three

Not to take away from your thread here but when isn't there an quake in Cali?

posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 09:48 PM
reply to post by prophetboy12

Well, when you take something out of the leaves a hole right? Well if you take enough of it out you create a spot within the crust that will fill itself with something else to take the place of what was removed. Like fracking for instance. They pump water down a hole to loosen the shale and suck out natural gas......only 35% or so of the water returns to the that leaves a considerable space where the crust has to re-shift weight in the sense that the further toward the center of the earth you go the stronger the gravity and pressure.

This re-shift can cause quakes due to the amount of mass that needs to be yes this could cause problems if its done to much in any given area. Where they drill is just as important as how deep they drill. Deep water Horizon is a prime example.....these clowns bored a hole 5 miles down at the base of the New Madrid seismic plate in the gulf. That coupled with the fact that at that depth there's a tremendous amount of pressure due to gravity.......Im surprised the ole miss didn't get a real shaker from that...and in actuality it is my belief that its still leaking into the waters of the gulf....I mean they sealed a well right? They didn't seal all of them!

But Im getting off topic, in short yes, the earth can only spit out its guts for so long before we start seeing it spit out kidneys. The magma displacement around the crustal sections that are hollowed out so to speak push back to the surface creating slip and then quakes even if localized to one small area of effect.

That and we have no idea whats below us, and if that drill is off by a could easily open up a chasm just sitting there under the surface full of magma to make things worse. Any kind of disturbance no matter how small affects tectonic weight.

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posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 09:57 PM
reply to post by Swills

HA HA HA very true friend...very true. What bothers me though is the fact that all of these quakes have been along the same juncture...not just the ring of fire.....this would elude to a much deeper problem than just tectonic plates ramming each other....I'm talking about energy under the earths crust....which coincidentally would explain the sink hole phenom.

posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 12:21 AM
reply to post by JakiusFogg

I for one do. I believe the North American Plate is being put under stress. I check the quake map frequently, and it looks to me that the plate is being outlined with quakes in places. I'm sure some members will refute this, but I have also been getting very strong headaches lately, like another member stated. I think stress is building up.

posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 12:35 AM
reply to post by Three

Sorry if any of you are from California, please don't take this personally, as a matter of fact; I would hope all my friends online at ATS woul get out of California before this would hypothetically happen, but I really wish that whole god forsaken place would break off the damn states and sink into the ocean with that botox bimbo ho my fiance ran off on his three kids and me for.

posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 01:52 PM

Originally posted by BooKrackers

Sorry Im still laughing at the Sumatra Quake........I made 50 bucks off that one as it fell within my time frame.

You laugh when a devastating quake kills people, and you bet money on when it will happen, and then you tell others they're paid shills for pointing out the obvious that earthquakes are as natural as dirt?

This "paid shill" non sense is a joke, and it's so distracting to people searching for the real truth. Don't like something someone says? PAID SHILL. It's the ultimate copout. Do some of you guys really want some mass object to enter the solar system and kill us all? Some days I think so.

posted on Apr, 14 2012 @ 07:25 AM
reply to post by Drew99GT

I don't want anyone to die or see harm come to them. BUT if a little rumblin is what makes people realize just how small and insignificant we really are in the grand scheme of things so be it.

It may very well take a huge catastrophe for others to realize just how petty our everyday concerns are, and then, and only then will we come together for the betterment of mankind.

Alas, this kind of thing has happened before, and we as a species don't seem to learn lessons very well.

So yer bets....grab a lawn chair and watch the show....thats all we can physically do IMO. The earth is p*ssed and humankind will suffer the most either directly or indirectly......that much is certain.

Saving the planet
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