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Sulfur smell once again in Northeast Arkansas, no rain

 
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Sulfur smell once again in Northeast Arkansas, no rain
A few weeks ago after a hard rain this area had an overwhelming sulfure smell, today (no bad weather) the overpowering smell is throughout the whole town.

Heads up, this happened before massive New Madrid earthquake. And strange activity there?
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Any 'f-ing frackers' nearby?
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Re: Sulfur smell once again in Northeast Arkansas, no rain
Yes, but not really close to this area.
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A few weeks ago after a hard rain this area had an overwhelming sulfure smell, today (no bad weather) the overpowering smell is throughout the whole town.

Heads up, this happened before massive New Madrid earthquake. And strange activity there?
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Where in NE Arkansas are you? My hometown is Pocahontas.
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What is sulfer used for?
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What is sulfer used for?
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Brimstone.

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Re: Sulfur smell once again in Northeast Arkansas, no rain
It smells like dead animals from all over the town.
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I read a great article in TIME about the new madrid and it said one of the pre cursors was that sulfur smell weeks before buckle up.
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Watch for warm springs popping up too. Let us know if any are discovered...please! hf
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Oh no! Day before yesterday I went home for lunch and I told Mr. Wonderful "Something smells funny" and I always get concerned because I have an acute sense of smell for (natural) gas. But this didn't smell like gas, just strong and strange.

I go back to work (8 min drive away) and get out of the car and the smell is there too. And now that I read the title of this post, it did smell like sulfur!

I'm in southern Maine. :-O
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All those chicken farmers have incinerators now.
They burn dead chickens and all kinds of things
rather than letting their runoff go down creeks
and rivers to Oklahoma.
Oklahoma's been suing all the chicken companies
over runoff into streams.
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All those chicken farmers have incinerators now.
They burn dead chickens and all kinds of things
rather than letting their runoff go down creeks
and rivers to Oklahoma.
Oklahoma's been suing all the chicken companies
over runoff into streams.
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North East Arkansas
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All those chicken farmers have incinerators now.
They burn dead chickens and all kinds of things
rather than letting their runoff go down creeks
and rivers to Oklahoma.
Oklahoma's been suing all the chicken companies
over runoff into streams.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10847510





North East Arkansas
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oh, well, that'd be arkansas state U or the new madrid fault cracking open?
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Re: Sulfur smell once again in Northeast Arkansas, no rain
When all the animals that live in holes start coming out of their safe areas in order to be outside ... THEN ... I would start to worry.

Fwiw I would think the sulfer smell would be around for a few days or weeks before anything would happen.

Because the New Madrid is a DEEP (not surface) fault complex it is much harder to model or understand than a fault complex that comes close to or even reaches the surface.

Last time around, though this local was not in the direct line of fire, the shaking was alledgly so bad that most chimneys toppled over. St. Louis and Memphis ARE however in the direct line of fire and they could have a LOT of their older unreinforced masonary buildings collapse (and both of those towns have LOTS of those type of 1800's buildings) if a repeat of ANY of the quakes of 1811 & 1812
were to reoccure
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the Almighty's wrath .... his weapons!

brimstone means flammable material = sulphur


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Re: Sulfur smell once again in Northeast Arkansas, no rain
OP, here is a link to some Arkansas seismographs, maybe you can find the one nearest you and check to see if anything seismic is contributing to it.

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Re: Sulfur smell once again in Northeast Arkansas, no rain
Earthquake 40 miles north of suphur smell this morning, in missouri
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bump

For reports from others. Situation could still be growing.
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Oh no! Day before yesterday I went home for lunch and I told Mr. Wonderful "Something smells funny" and I always get concerned because I have an acute sense of smell for (natural) gas. But this didn't smell like gas, just strong and strange.

I go back to work (8 min drive away) and get out of the car and the smell is there too. And now that I read the title of this post, it did smell like sulfur!

I'm in southern Maine. :-O
 Quoting: hannah50


What would being in southern Maine have to do with northeast Arkansas? you think the sulfur smell from NE Ark. is wafting 1300 miles to Maine?
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last night I had to close my window due to overpowering sulphur smell after few days of heavy storms, and im in.... Sydney australia! Wtf, NEVER smelled that here in the city. This is Not eq zone im wondering bout the huge quantities of skycrap we getting. Just thought i'd add, becsuse headline grsbbed my attention.
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Re: Sulfur smell once again in Northeast Arkansas, no rain
I live in Oklahoma. Wewaka to lotawata and went swimming. We then went to Pocahontas, Arkansas and smoke crack. It smells like Sulfur.

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Re: Sulfur smell once again in Northeast Arkansas, no rain
I live in Oklahoma. Wewaka to lotawata and went swimming. We then went to Pocahontas, Arkansas and smoke crack. It smells like Sulfur.

5a5a5a
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wtf
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Re: Sulfur smell once again in Northeast Arkansas, no rain
I live in Oklahoma. Wewaka to lotawata and went swimming. We then went to Pocahontas, Arkansas and smoke crack. It smells like Sulfur.

5a5a5a
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wtf
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