posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 07:19 AM
Today, Friday, there has been a 4.1 earthquake reported at usgs that occurred in NE Texas, Timpson area. RSOE-Edis claims a 4.5. Anyhow, I have been
concerned that Louisiana may have a "shaker" soon too as the state has so many oil/gas wells peppered throughout and so much blasting/fracking and
such, it would be hard to believe the earth and under ground hasn't been weakened/compromised.. A regular "cookie cutter" motif around here...like
I've always wondered how much the Gulf of Mexico oil explosion and fiasco may have caused instability to the ocean floor thus possibly having an
affect on the low lying lands of Louisiana too. If we get a decent sized shaker here, one has to wonder about all the various scenarios that can play
out relevant to the sinkhole at Bayou Corne and the one in Shreveport that occurred here a few weeks ago. I'm expecting more sinkholes to present
themselves in this state...it is the "swiss cheese state" anymore...wells, holes everywhere, and weakened land. The earth has been ravaged here and in
Texas and in many other states as well. The world over really....the fracking process is taking over in many areas in a big way. I wonder how much
more mother earth can take.
There is even talk of drilling in the location of Yellowstone volcanoe. That just out right sounds creepy and foolish.
edit on 25-1-2013 by
shrevegal because: spelling error