lol people of your kind make me laugh so much. Absolutely don't give a damn about the issue here, all you care about is discrediting me for some star
and a boost to your ego. Too bad for you i won't play that game of yours. I made sure to insert the words you are using against me not to be called a
fail medium. I believe in science and made assumptions based of phenomena that happened before an other earthquake. Also, i have a a master in
political science and a bachelor in common law so of course i am going to say that i do not know much about earthquake.
First off. This is my second post (first here), so let's cut the crap.
Believing in science is one thing, but your whole conversation has a very relativistic tone/quality to it. State your facts with clarity. Address your
theories and assumptions in a concise fashion in a way people cannot misunderstand them.
Yes, he could have made his criticism in a better way, and maybe it was a little over the top, but I do not see it as an all out bash. You need to
stop, sit back, take a breath and relax a bit.
Part Two: My take.
I learned about the initial swarm from here on ATS. Frankly I was amazed and a little bit worried; I still am. But one thing that is bothering
me--tickling my radar as it were--sulfur can be poisonous. If people are smelling it from 200+ miles away, that would indicate ENORMOUS concentrations
at the epicenter. In my opinion, if it was coming strictly from the Salton Sea, I don't think the area would be habitable.
That leads us to the obvious question: what if there are more areas of instability throughout the region? Could that turn out to be a large
earthquake, or could it turn out to be an increase of smaller earthquakes on various faults? I actually think the latter. Could this be an indication
of volcanic activity? Sure, but one must take into consideration that, in my opinion, California will probably see a few more magma flows, mud pots,
Now, let's talk about mud pots for a moment. I searched '2012 increase in Salton Sea mud pots' and found 0 hits.
I searched 'Increase in Salton Sea mud pots in 2012' with the same result. I looked on the first and second of the 'web' section and the 'news'
section. Neither brought up any sort of documentation that there is an increase. The news had one story: the fishy smell.
And an increase of geysers? I searched '2012 increase in Salton Sea geysers' and 'Increase in Salton Sea Geysers in 2012'. I found a whole bunch
of articles detailing the smell, but once again I found nothing of scientific note that any increase has been noted or talked about. I, however, did
find a link to this forum!
As for a government cover up? Not likely. If it was ever
found that the government knew and did not try to evacuate the affected area that, or
a future government, would be crucified on a level making Katrina look like one or two angry teenage protesters.
Let us not bring HAARP into this either. I will rip into you