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Near Simultaneous Atlantic Ocean and Arkansas Region Earthquakes

 
Sorcha Faal
05/02/2005 06:04 PM
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[Ed. Note: This report should be read from its website location located
at [link to www.whatdoesitmean.com] as this email link does
not contain the links embedded in the original report.]

May 2, 2005

Near Simultaneous Atlantic Ocean and Arkansas Region Earthquakes
Increase Destabilization of North American Continent, Catastrophic Event
Soon to Occur

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Russian Subscribers

Troubling reports have reached us today from the Americas that are
showing that the long expected pressures building upon the North
American Plate are beginning to destabilize the much feared New Madrid
Earthquake Zone located in the central parts of the North American
Continent.

European and American earthquake monitoring stations have all reported
that yesterday, May 1st, the Arkansas Region of the United States
experienced an earthquake measuring between 4.1 and 4.8 magnitudes, and
as we can read as reported by the Newsday News Service in their article
titled "Mild Quake Felt in Northeast Arkansas", and which says, "A mild
earthquake centered in northeastern Arkansas was felt across a wide area
of the Mississippi Valley on Sunday, but no major damage was reported.
The quake was measured at magnitude 4.1, the U.S. Geological Survey
said. It was felt in parts of Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee and northern
Mississippi in addition to Arkansas, authorities said. The tremor was
centered about 4 miles south-southeast of Manila in the New Madrid
Seismic Zone, said Gary Patterson, a geologist with the USGS Center for
Earthquake Research and Information at Tennessee´s University of
Memphis."

More ominous for the Americas however is that this earthquake in the New
Madrid Earthquake Zone followed by a number of hours an almost equal
earthquake that occurred in the Northern Mid Atlantic Ridge Region, and
again as reported by both European and American monitoring stations.

To the seriousness of these events we have also previously reported
about, such as in our March 6th report titled "Arctic Circle Earthquakes
Begins North American Continent Instability, Greater Earthquakes Sure to
Follow", and where we had stated, "The relationship therefore between
these two earthquake events in Arctic Russia and Quebec Canada can not
be underestimated because, and as stated by the Canadian Governments
Natural Resources Ministry, "Canada east of the Cordillera, extending
north from the United States border to the Arctic Ocean, comprises about
two-thirds of the stable craton of the North American plate."

And now today as we are evidencing these events, not to the ´stability´,
but rather to the ´instability´ of the entire Eastern Seaboard Regions
of the areas of Canada, the United States and the Caribbean Sea are we
concerned about. Of concern to Russian researchers has also been that
the United States Geological Service´s Quaternary Faults Maps for the
Eastern Regions of this country are non-existent, so no further
estimations can be made as to the immediate future course of these
events."

In our April 6th report titled "Concern Rises for United States Eastern
Coastal Region Cataclysm, As Evidence for North American Plate
Instability Mounts", we further stated, "News reports from this United
States Region today are what is increasing the concerns of our
scientists, and as we can read as reported by the American Newspaper in
their article titled "Small earthquake felt in southeastern
Massachusetts", and which says, "NEW BEDFORD, Mass. -- A minor
earthquake shook southeastern Massachusetts on Tuesday evening,
prompting a flood of worried calls to area police departments. The
Weston Observatory at Boston College reported the magnitude 2.3 tremor,
which struck about 7 p.m. EDT about six miles north of New Bedford,
somewhere in Freetown, was felt in nearby communities, including
Achushnet, Marion, Mattapoisett, Dartmouth and Rochester. "Most reports
we had were of a loud bang," said Dina Smith, the observatory´s
associate director for operations. She said a quake of that size is big
enough to be noticed, but not enough to cause damage."

This earthquake also coincides with more disturbing news coming from
this New England Region, and as we can read as reported by the Newspaper
Times Herald-Record in their article titled "The mysterious vanishing
water", and which says, "This sleepy village on the New Jersey border
has never thirsted. Even in times of drought - when other towns and
villages in Orange County suffered from water shortages - Unionville´s
sand and gravel aquifer has provided. There are about 600 people in
Unionville, who use an average of 40,000 gallons of drinking water a
day. So village officials were puzzled a month ago when they discovered
they were pumping more than twice that amount from the wells.

"It´s a mystery," said Unionville Mayor Richard Ludwick. "But somewhere
we´re losing water and hopefully, within the next week, we´ll find out
where it´s going." Over the past month, the amount of "missing" water
from the village´s two wells has fluctuated from 25,000 to 40,000
gallons a day, he said."

The connection between these two New England Region events lies in the
ancient Ramapo Fault Line, of which we can read about as said by the
United States Columbia University, and which says, "The Ramapo Fault is
part of a system of north-east striking, southeast-dipping faults, which
are mapped from southeastern New York to eastern Pennsylvania and
beyond. These faults were active at different times during the evolution
of the Appalachians, especially in the Mesozoic when they served as
border faults to the Newark Basin and other extensional basins formed by
the opening of the Atlantic Ocean approximately 200 million years ago."

To the connectedness of the increasing earthquake events occurring all
around the globe, and their effects upon the North American Continent,
the masses of these Western people are not being told, but it is
certainly known by their scientists, and as we can see as reported by
Dr.´s Ann G. Metzger and Jill Stevens from the Johnston Center for
Earthquake Research and Information University of Memphis in this
statement of theirs about the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMXZ):

"The central Mississippi Valley has the dubious distinction of being a
mid-plate or intraplate area with an active seismic zone--the most
active seismic zone east of the Rocky Mountains. Named for a small town
on a bend of the Mississippi River near the junction of Missouri,
Kentucky and Tennessee, the New Madrid seismic zone forms a zig-zag
pattern from Cairo, IL, southwest to New Madrid, MO, then southeast to
Ridgely, TN, and from Caruthersville, MO southwest to Marked Tree, AR.

It is the reactivation of these ancient buried faults under the stress
of continuous intracontinental pressure from the east and west (called a
compressive stress regime) that is responsible for the earthquakes
occurring in the NMSZ at present. The continuous pressure results in
strain energy accumulating in the buried faults, a very small portion of
which is released in the numerous low-magnitude earthquakes recorded in
the NMSZ each year.

If so few of the earthquakes occurring within the zone today are large
enough to be felt by the inhabitants, should we be concerned? Yes,
because even while small earthquakes are occurring, more and more strain
energy is quietly and continuously accumulating in the fault system,
energy that will be released one day as a damaging earthquake, anywhere
along the 200 mile length of the NMSZ. And presently no methodology
exists to reliably predict the time, magnitude or location of an
earthquake."

And correctly they have stated that these types of earthquake events,
like those of yesterday in the Arkansas Region and the Atlantic Ocean,
are not ´relievers´ of the stress building upon these plates, but are
instead a ´warning´ of increasing stress, and that must at some point be
released.

Most astounding to us also are that the American peoples living in their
Central and Eastern Coastal Regions are unprepared for the coming
cataclysmic events that will be occurring. Unlike the Russia´s, China
and Japan, and who for many decades have elaborately prepared for such
catastrophic earthquake events, the Americans living in these regions
have virtually no knowledge, plans or preparedness on how to survive
catastrophic earthquakes.

This cannot be said about their government though as events have shown
their moving, at an accelerated schedule, vital infrastructure,
manufacturing industries, military forces and equipment away from the
North American Continent. Like the rest of the world knows so does the
government of these America peoples, it is not a matter of ´if´, but of
´when´, and these recent events are showing that the dreaded hours of
this cataclysm is approaching ever nearer towards them.

In a world where our past history has shown that large and powerful
earthquakes do not frequently occur, in just these past 4 months we have
seen 4 of the most powerful to have occurred; December 23, 2004
Antarctica 8.1, December 26, 2004 Indian Ocean 9.0, March 2, 2005
Banda Sea 7.1 and March 29, 2005 Indonesia 8.7, and to the greater
stress put upon of all of the worlds continental plates.

To prepare now for these events, and just like their governments have
been doing, should these Western peoples be devoting themselves to, but
as we also know they will fail yet again to prepare for they are not
able to see, they are truly blinded.



© May 2, 2005, EU and US all rights reserved.
[link to www.whatdoesitmean.com] --
Sorcha Faal

Last Edited by Phennommennonn on 10/12/2011 12:25 AM
ShadowDancer
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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bump
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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Remember however folks :-

"...all of the articles that appear on this website are for entertainment purposes only and suggest alternate realities and are designed for the promotion of greater and different thoughts on world events."

In other words, itīs FICTION, and only very, very loosely based on real events.

And the person or persons posting these articles from the web site keep "forgetting" to inlude the disclaimer - I wonder why...
SHR Sock Puppet
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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The Poor Sheeples....Doomed again. Sucha fool goes out on a limb and makes a prediction. I wonder how the JEWS are going to make this happen.
SHR Sock Puppet
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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Near Simultaneous Atlantic Ocean and Arkansas Region Earthquakes Increase Destabilization of North American Continent, Catastrophic Event Soon to Occur

Put the whole Headline up there with all of itīs bogus prediction intact, Habitual Klinker. Donīt punk out.
idolīs dead conjoined twin
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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Itīs a conspiracydamned

Stoopid yanks.
DrPostman
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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Notice that what kind of catastrophy wasnīt
mentioned, so that later they can come back
and claim ANY catastrophy that happens in the
next 3 months or so was tied to this.

And about this "Johnston Center" at U of M, I
canīt find any reference to it on the CERI web
site, and as far as I know Arch is still alive.
I canīt find anything about his death.
[link to www.ceri.memphis.edu]
I used to date a reaserch associate of his named
Sue. I got to know the man a little and I feel
confident in saying that he would laugh at this
claim Sucha False is making. I donīt think the
author of this "report" has the slightest clue
about mid-plate techtonics, nor the frequency of
4.0 to 4.9 earthquakes on this planet (average of
37 every day). Once again SF/Booth is taking a
couple of reports and trying to tie them together
in an attempt to do more fearmongering.

I think most people have caught on to the hate
that is spewed from this person and really donīt
pay much attention to it.

I wonder what excuse there will be a few months
from now if no major catastrophy happens?

Oh, thatīs right, it was all for entertainment
only anyway.



end and always will be
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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psyops to the max

viral memes


and aside from that


read this shit at own risk
zacksavage
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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Hey Dr.Postman,... I read you felt this 4.1 over there.

Hm,...


Be careful man.






Z
DrPostman
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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I did feel it. It was the only one I have felt
for 15 years. A very gentle rocking that lasted
only a couple of seconds. I doubt it lasted more
than 5 or 6. The only other time I have felt an
earthquake here was 15 years ago when my chair
slightly lurched at Kinkoīs late one night. I
later learned it was a quake.

I mentioned that I used to date a gal from CERI.
I learned a lot during that time, and I do have
a "quakekit" - some dried beans and rice along
with a few gallons of water, batteries, candles,
flashlight and a first aid kit. I do a lot of
my own cooking (once you discover salt pork you
might never buy canned beans again) so I cycle
out the water and food. BTW, this area faces
a 40% chance of a 6.0 which could cause some
major damage, depending on where it happens.

Also, I first heard about earthquake swarms from
Sue when we were dating. She took me by some
siesmographs in central Arkansas on our way to
a weekend at Petit Jean Mountain. She showed me
where there were 300+ earthquakes a day there.
No one felt them because they were very low on
the scale.

It was also there, on that farm where the those
siesmographs were stationed, that I learned about
electric fences. There was a single strand
stretched out to keep the cattle in and before
Sue could warn me I walked into it. It wasnīt
all that bad, but it sort of knocked the wind out
of me.

She was one of the most interesting women I have
ever dated. I hear she is doing work in the
Rockies now. She could have made lots of money
working for the oil industry but she chose
research instead. I admired her for that. The
folks at CERI donīt make much money at all.
City school teachers make more.



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Anonymous Coward
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Over 600 Earthquakes Spread Panic in El Salvador

San Salvador, May 5 (Prensa Latina) More than 600 tremors reported within 24 hours sets off the alarm in El Salvador and although there have not been victims, many families ready to spend the night in the open.


The chain of tremors began early on Wednesday at the mountain range of Los Naranjos and remains one of the strongest to affect the west section of the national territory in the latest years.



So far, near 70 shakes have been graded as sensitive (3 - 4.9 degrees in the Richter Scale) by the Environment Ministry Domestic Studies Services.



So far, the tremors have destroyed 63 houses in Regalo de Dios, in Apaneca, 89 km west the capital, said Raul Murillo, head of the National Emergency Committee Warning and Monitoring Unit. Official reports tell of another ten houses damaged in Juayua, at Sonsonate Department.



The Major in Apaneca, Osmin Antonio Guzman, said the people consider this an Earthquake and chose to sleep in tents rather that inside their homes.



Although slighter, these tremors were also felt in the center of the country, seat f the capital, that is also sensitive to these phenomena.



Three of these shakes were reported here between 2001 and 2003, the latest on October 10 when 12 consecutive tremors rocked the capital"s north east section.
[link to www.plenglish.com]
DrPostman
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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Dudes, earthquakes happen. Show me a rapid
series of several devastating earthquakes and
I will take notice. Otherwise the Earth is
just doing what it has done for millions of
years.

BTW, earthquake swarms are not unknown either.



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Dr P
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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And Sucha Fool the Gnostic Gnun is doing what con artists have been doing as long as there have been organized societies...
willow
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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is this Sucha fool person for real?
molesworth NLI
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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"is this Sucha fool person for real?"

No. Thereīs no evidence she actually exists, and since the disclaimer on the web site says (effectively) "this is all fiction, and is for entertainment only", thereīs no reason to think that she does, or to take any of it seriously.

Itīs apparently intended as science fiction, to explore possible futures. Some of the "stories" are real and taken from news reports, others, like the mass missile launch and vanishing tsunami, are fictional.

I still have a major question as to why the people posting these articles (usually Critical Thinker, although possibly not in this case) always omit the disclaimer. You can draw your own conclusions on that matter...
Trac
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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I admit that I actually fake half the stuff posted in her name myself here on GLP.
Muse
12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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Saw a post on another forum this week stating that the name "Sorcha Faal" is some sort of anagram for the daughter of David Booth (the actual writer), Rachel Booth.. (fwiw)
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All the states felt it because it occured at the tri-state area. lol

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