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Earth Cries

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OMG look at the seismo from Belle Rose, La. Close to the sinkhole.

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Something's moving
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It has to be the methane moving.
And, have you noticed how quiet it is in the rest of the world today? Just a couple over 4.
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OMG look at the seismo from Belle Rose, La. Close to the sinkhole.

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
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Something's moving
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It has to be the methane moving.
And, have you noticed how quiet it is in the rest of the world today? Just a couple over 4.
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Yep.. A little to quiet.

By the way, I just noticed someone upgraded me again... Thank you. I didn't realize it was expired... Who is my phantom upgrader? I need to by u dinner if ur ever in my area lol

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total of 15 M3+ in past 24 hours but...

Not a single one in the last 12 hours.

Seem strange to you?


[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Not a single one in the last 12 hours.

Seem strange to you?

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]


Awful quiet. Makes me jumpy.


I went back and counted 12 hour periods for the past 7 days. The lowest M3+ count for a 12 hour period is 8. The highest is 23.

The last 12 hours = 0.

I think this is VERY strange and ominous

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The ONLY M2.5 + EQ in last 12 hours have been in Alaska, Hawaii, and CALIFORNIA! for a total of 5. (should be 20 or more)
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The ONLY M2.5 + EQ in last 12 hours have been in Alaska, Hawaii, and CALIFORNIA! for a total of 5. (should be 20 or more)
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wtf That's disturbing, considering there is usually so much more activity going on.
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The ONLY M2.5 + EQ in last 12 hours have been in Alaska, Hawaii, and CALIFORNIA! for a total of 5. (should be 20 or more)
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wtf That's disturbing, considering there is usually so much more activity going on.
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Finally a 4.1 in Chile
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2.6 in CA

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Not a single one in the last 12 hours.

Seem strange to you?

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Awful quiet. Makes me jumpy.


I went back and counted 12 hour periods for the past 7 days. The lowest M3+ count for a 12 hour period is 8. The highest is 23.

The last 12 hours = 0.

I think this is VERY strange and ominous



I'm in agreement buddy,do not like it when it goes dormant like that. Pressure needs to be released on an even flow, big buildup when it stops.
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4.6 in Tonga. Maybe we'll get back to normal?

Good to see you Shada! I'm gonna lurk a bit then get some shut-eye.
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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
 Quoting: shadasonic


For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!

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“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
 Quoting: shadasonic


For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
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Geez, Shad, I'm only 50 miles from there. We just had to evac from the hurricane. This time when we do, I'm not coming back.
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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
 Quoting: shadasonic


For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
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Thanks for sharing that Shada!
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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
 Quoting: shadasonic


For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
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Thanks, Shad. I've been following this very closely. Seems to me it is directly related to the BP disaster and it makes me VERY nervous with regards to the New Madrid. I just can't shake the feeling that the big one on the NMSZ is imminent. God help us.
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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
 Quoting: shadasonic


For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
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Thanks, Shad. I've been following this very closely. Seems to me it is directly related to the BP disaster and it makes me VERY nervous with regards to the New Madrid. I just can't shake the feeling that the big one on the NMSZ is imminent. God help us.
hf
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Take piezoelectric currents and seismic shear potential and add massive amounts of methane to that equation,not a good outcome. This has so many potential problems!
Peace SL and no fear just awareness! What is meant to happen will,its all part of growing a mature soul!

Last Edited by shadahoochie on 10/06/2012 11:55 PM
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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
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For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
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Thanks, Shad. I've been following this very closely. Seems to me it is directly related to the BP disaster and it makes me VERY nervous with regards to the New Madrid. I just can't shake the feeling that the big one on the NMSZ is imminent. God help us.
hf
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Take piezoelectric currents and seismic shear potential and add massive amounts of methane to that equation,not a good outcome. This has so many potential problems!
Peace SL and no fear just awareness! What is meant to happen will,its all part of growing a mature soul!
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Amen, my friend!

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[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

Always some truth involved with this group , just take with a grain of salt and discern!
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Shada, thank you again for your B-I-L's input on the methane situation. I'm calling all my relatives in Louisiana tomorrow to give them a report on how serious this could be for them.

I appreciate your thoughtful posts, along with all the rest in Gabi's home thread. I follow it closely and am grateful to all of the regular posters who contribute!
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Shada, thank you again for your B-I-L's input on the methane situation. I'm calling all my relatives in Louisiana tomorrow to give them a report on how serious this could be for them.

I appreciate your thoughtful posts, along with all the rest in Gabi's home thread. I follow it closely and am grateful to all of the regular posters who contribute!
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Your welcome and you are part of the family. We try to keep abreast of current events and this seems to be of utmost right now. Much love and great energy your way!

Gabes a good man to follow and all on this thread are alert and awake!
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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
 Quoting: shadasonic


For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
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This has very far reaching concerns/effects/reactions...

Energy flow is in Japan region
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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
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For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
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This has very far reaching concerns/effects/reactions...

Energy flow is in Japan region
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Gabe - do you think Asia will be affected by this ? Will this setoff a chain reaction?
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This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
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For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
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Thank you Shada for the validation.

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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
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For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
 Quoting: shadasonic


This has very far reaching concerns/effects/reactions...

Energy flow is in Japan region
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Gabe - do you think Asia will be affected by this ? Will this setoff a chain reaction?
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No. Asia safe
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Good Morning TinyTrink and all!

Nice to see the EQ count is closer to normal (a little high) than it was last night.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

On this site I set the age to 0.0 to .5 days (12 hours) and the magnitude size to 3.0 to 10.

The average is about 13 EQ. The range is typically from 8 to 23 during any 12 hour period. Right now it is at 21 so it is on the high side with alot of activity. This is a good interactive link that I use alot.
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Hope you dont mind me sharing this Gabe...

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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
 Quoting: shadasonic


For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
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thanks shad, i was hoping you would get into the sinkhole discussion...been following the assumptions thread since the beginning and i respect your knowledge. i also follow here everyday and Nins thread as well...just rarely post.hf
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This is dealing with the sinkhole incident and I have been reluctant to post this info, until I had appropriate feedback from family!

This is going to be a game changer. My brother in law is a geological engineer and manages a massive quarry plus coal line drill site. He says there's no way to fix this, nothing known to him or industry standards that can be done. I've asked him if theres tech, above and beyond todays standards out there. He says maybe in some fields, but nothing that he can believe to make a difference in these problems. He says this would have been detected months ago when it could have been prevented, extreme negligence or planned event. He said that anyone within a hundred miles should leave immediately. This could turn out to be one of the worst events in American history!
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For my friends here, he works at Smith quarries in Louisiana , MO. and has been there for over 28 years, and has an affiliated job that I'm not allowed to post. Just wanted to make this valid for those I trust!
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thanks shad, i was hoping you would get into the sinkhole discussion...been following the assumptions thread since the beginning and i respect your knowledge. i also follow here everyday and Nins thread as well...just rarely post.hf
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Thanks and Peace to you. Join in more often, new viewpoints are good to have.hf
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Peace and Love to all on this thread,going to the pumpkin patch with the kiddos. Have a great day all!seal
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Peace and Love to all on this thread,going to the pumpkin patch with the kiddos. Have a great day all!seal
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