Okay, I'll one claim. Cluster shock. China, Afghanistan, Greece. Theses are not on the Ring, and we have inter-continental earthquakes. And for
magnitudes, as I stated, were mostly under 6, and now we have one near 6.9M with a few other good bumps. And, I as stated, it had been bored, and now
it is not.
Can I not blame the moon? I must. Why not?
The clustering or surge, or series, must be from a unified, single source acting globally. For, it is not just the big ones that I notice. I also,
look for the patterns of small ones. I'm going to claim the Northern Nevada and Idaho earthquakes are from a single source. The were connected again
after a long sleep. They also woke up just before the full moon.
And this just about the water. Yes, the moon effects tides, but there is a tidal competent to the magma within the earth itself. This is why we can
get mid-continental stretching. Muzzy and I, have discussed Nevada etc. The thin earth, the swarms, etc. Stretching seems like a good answer. Hence,
China could be the same. If a large pocket of magma surges upward under China, this stretches the crust and you get a earthquakes. The up-welling
could be due to falling crust that gets dislodged when tidal pressure within magma mix and move. I don't I can't see it exactly. Think about it, if
you study the tides, you'll notice the earth gets smooched, if magma is kinda like fluid, some say it isn't exactly fluid, but semi-solid, it will be
moved, and if not moved completely, it will be distorted. If bent and distorted things snap back with loaded energy.
Also, still more activity in and around Turkey to go along with the Greek bumps. Call and response...
Oh, and there was a new 3.2 M in Idaho. Not near Challis. However, this one is near Soda Springs. I wonder if there's a big aquifer near there. Oh,
I'm being fa·ce·tious. There's many springs and aquifers in Idaho.
I love research. Sometimes, I want to cry when I can't find something. However, in most case I find exactly what I'm looking for. In this case, I
have found that humans do even more to change the world through mistake and folly. We know that we can create earthquakes, now, I have found, we can
create geysers as well... Soda Springs...
"The city is named for the hundreds of natural springs of carbonated water that are located in and around the city. The springs were well known to
Native Americans and were a famous landmark along the Oregon Trail in the middle 19th century. Today the city is also known as the location of the
Soda Springs Geyser, which was unleashed in 1934 when "town fathers" were looking for hot water for a "hot pool" bathing attraction. Instead they
drilled into a chamber of highly pressurized carbon dioxide gas and cold water and the geyser was released. After running for weeks, and flooding the
downtown area, it was capped and manually released when requested as a tourist attraction. Now it is let loose every hour on the hour by a timed
release valve. Its height and volume has not decreased after many years. There are viewing platforms at either end of the travertine mound where the
Geyser erupts. Interpretive signs are located on the platforms explaining this phenomena."
So, I guess there's lots of under ground water in the area.
Also, the area has mining, lots of irrigated farming, several reservoirs, and it's near Snake River Valley. A volcanicy area.
Oh, if you travel due west, you'll find a town called Lava Hot Springs.
In Lava Hot Springs, you can ride an inner-tube down a river. Once, there were rivers of lava that were flowing here. The volcano in the area was
called China Hat. It last erupted 57 000 years ago. That's really not that long ago. Humans have existed for the blink of an eye. And that's 2 million
"China Hat Dome: China Hat, a geologically young landmark near Soda Springs in the Blackfoot lava field, stands nearly 1000 feet high and is 1.4 miles
long. It formed during a small rhyolite eruption only about 57,000 years ago, and is the largest of three domes lined up above a buried fissure that
fed magma to the surface. The rhyolite magma was so viscous it couldn't flow away from the vent; it just accumulated in a big pile. Since the volcanic
activity in the Blackfoot lava field was so recent, the area is of considerable interest for geothermal energy. Domes similar to China Hat are a
common type of volcanic landform that are built where small batches of viscous magma erupt."
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