Originally posted by rickymouse
I'm starting to notice a pattern to this but it is too early to tell what is going on. Maybe it is also related to the lowering of the water levels of the great lakes. The weight of that water is a factor in things, if it dissapears it could cause problems. Especially Lake superior, if that weight is lessened it could destabilize the region. By itself these weights aren't critical but when you add everything up including the fracking, it could pose a problem along that fault line. Mankind always goes overboard on things and finds out after he has messed up royally what they have done. I think the whole picture should be evaluated, we need to look at things better as a whole. And do something about it other than talk.
Originally posted by BishopNGreen
I am not trying to fear monger or be an alarmist, but drawing a line from Dover, Oh to Bayou Corne, La makes for an interesting map. The line passes through the New Madrid fault zone. Then you may want to check the future maps of the U.S. Navy and Edgar Cayce. A little stronger than my usual cup of tea in the morning...
Ohio Earthquake Likely Caused by Fracking Wastewater