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Ken Luza, engineering geologist at the Oklahoma Geological Survey in Norman, said people felt the quake throughout Oklahoma. A map from the survey shows reports of people feeling the quake from as far away as north Texas.
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Originally posted by getreadyalready
Good Discussions Here: Arkansas Quakes and Here: 5 Quakes in 2 days.
There is a brand new fault recently discovered in NW Arkansas, and there is a lot of unusual activity from Maryland, across N. Georgia, N. Alabama, N. Mississippi, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. It intersects the New Madrid Fault and it forms a good East-West line across the south, and it also happens to form a sort of arc around the Macondo oil/gas fields.
Very odd seismic activity this summer in the South and Midwest US. I don't know what to make of it.