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[quote:cabingirl:MV8xNDQ3NzA2XzM0NDkwMDM2X0FEMUEyRDg0] and on the subject of water tables...there are many areas of the country that are having issues with wells. You will hear a a bit about it in news..but especially in active earthquake areas and areas close by, the ground table is changing and wells are going dry, or are contaminated. By what they will not say. This is not weather related. People who have wells are having to re-dig or move to find water. These are not just the midwest drought areas. The thread about hot water coming out of the well yesterday in another country, this is happening in lots of places. In Canada where the hots springs dried up after the earthquake, all of the changes are connected. I think the explosions are just part of the big picture, along with all the other earth changes. Its all there, you just have to open your eyes, look, and be aware...... [/quote]
link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com
Its going around the ring... South America next.
For anyone interested in Earthquake predictions:
I guessed 2 that have hit by looking at the above link and seeing a pattern. I'm talking above 4.0 Mags. Please take a look and tell me where you think the next one is going to be and why.
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