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"Felt like an explosion": Texas

 
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December 12, 2012 9:05 PM
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM/AP) - – The U.S. Geological Survey confirms a 2.6 magnitude earthquake shook the ground near Burleson shortly after 8 p.m.Wednesday night.

According to the preliminary report, the earthquake reached a depth of 8.1 miles and was centered about three miles away from Burleson. No damage was reported.

Fort Worth police Capt. Kevin Rodricks tells the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that 911 operators were flooded with calls from residents of southwest Fort Worth who reported “a loud bang, followed by tremors.”

“It shook the whole house,” said Tina Enriquez, who is used to earthquakes having grown up in California. “My husband came out of the back and said it felt like the whole house came up and slammed back down.” [link to dfw.cbslocal.com]
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very interesting events going on in Texas

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Fracking from the natural gas drilling. There are many natural gas wells in that area, it is the Barnett Shale. That is my speculation.
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Re: "Felt like an explosion": Texas
I don't think its fracking there are way too many reports or explosions


and this was a small earthquake



a loud bang, followed by tremors.

I think its meteors..
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December 12, 2012 9:05 PM
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM/AP) - – The U.S. Geological Survey confirms a 2.6 magnitude earthquake shook the ground near Burleson shortly after 8 p.m.Wednesday night.

According to the preliminary report, the earthquake reached a depth of 8.1 miles and was centered about three miles away from Burleson. No damage was reported.

Fort Worth police Capt. Kevin Rodricks tells the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that 911 operators were flooded with calls from residents of southwest Fort Worth who reported “a loud bang, followed by tremors.”

“It shook the whole house,” said Tina Enriquez, who is used to earthquakes having grown up in California. “My husband came out of the back and said it felt like the whole house came up and slammed back down.” [link to dfw.cbslocal.com]
 Quoting: SeaPunk



If it actually felt that way to people in the area, it was more than a 2.6 . . . even though that's what is recorded "officially".
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what did it feel like?

did things fall down where you were off the shelf's and stuff?
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I don't think its fracking there are way too many reports or explosions


and this was a small earthquake



a loud bang, followed by tremors.

I think its meteors..
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The north central and east Texas areas have been heavily gas drilled and fracked and yes, the increased seismic activity is most likely a result of fracking . . . in the Burleson instance, not sure what the "loud bang" could be, but you notice in the story one person said it "felt like the whole house came up and slammed back down” and another said shaking was so mild, he didn’t know it was an earthquake at first and compared it to the rumble you might feel if a large truck barreled in front of your house . . . so there's no way to know if there actually was a "loud bang" or explosion. No reports of lights or fires, etc. as far as what I've read.

People in this part of Texas need to educate themselves about drilling and fracking and how it correlates to seismic activity.
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December 12, 2012 9:05 PM
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM/AP) - – The U.S. Geological Survey confirms a 2.6 magnitude earthquake shook the ground near Burleson shortly after 8 p.m.Wednesday night.

According to the preliminary report, the earthquake reached a depth of 8.1 miles and was centered about three miles away from Burleson. No damage was reported.

Fort Worth police Capt. Kevin Rodricks tells the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that 911 operators were flooded with calls from residents of southwest Fort Worth who reported “a loud bang, followed by tremors.”

“It shook the whole house,” said Tina Enriquez, who is used to earthquakes having grown up in California. “My husband came out of the back and said it felt like the whole house came up and slammed back down.” [link to dfw.cbslocal.com]
 Quoting: SeaPunk


Did it blow off the map yet...no...damn.

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Have you ever heard a boom with a quake? More going on than a quake here.





I don't think its fracking there are way too many reports or explosions


and this was a small earthquake



a loud bang, followed by tremors.

I think its meteors..
 Quoting: SeaPunk




The north central and east Texas areas have been heavily gas drilled and fracked and yes, the increased seismic activity is most likely a result of fracking . . . in the Burleson instance, not sure what the "loud bang" could be, but you notice in the story one person said it "felt like the whole house came up and slammed back down” and another said shaking was so mild, he didn’t know it was an earthquake at first and compared it to the rumble you might feel if a large truck barreled in front of your house . . . so there's no way to know if there actually was a "loud bang" or explosion. No reports of lights or fires, etc. as far as what I've read.

People in this part of Texas need to educate themselves about drilling and fracking and how it correlates to seismic activity.
 Quoting: itsamadmadworld


I don't think its fracking there are way too many reports or explosions


and this was a small earthquake



a loud bang, followed by tremors.

I think its meteors..
 Quoting: SeaPunk




The north central and east Texas areas have been heavily gas drilled and fracked and yes, the increased seismic activity is most likely a result of fracking . . . in the Burleson instance, not sure what the "loud bang" could be, but you notice in the story one person said it "felt like the whole house came up and slammed back down” and another said shaking was so mild, he didn’t know it was an earthquake at first and compared it to the rumble you might feel if a large truck barreled in front of your house . . . so there's no way to know if there actually was a "loud bang" or explosion. No reports of lights or fires, etc. as far as what I've read.

People in this part of Texas need to educate themselves about drilling and fracking and how it correlates to seismic activity.
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Fracking...
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How many earth quakes have you been in that had a loud boom?

Common guys its not earth quakes, aliens or sonic booms. But it is your government at work.
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Re: "Felt like an explosion": Texas
Fracking from the natural gas drilling. There are many natural gas wells in that area, it is the Barnett Shale. That is my speculation.
 Quoting: The Fifth Element



You are correct. That area is the natural gas mecca of Texas.
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I have never heard of a well being drilled to 8 miles down.
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Fracking...
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then why hasn't it done this in years past? that fracking excuse for everything is getting old.
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Re: "Felt like an explosion": Texas
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I live in Burleson and this was the second quake in about three weeks. The first rattled my windows. This one sounded like a large truck driving by.


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LOL...fracking.

i luv that word.
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bump
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I was in Fort Worth last night and honestly didn't thing.
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Fracking from the natural gas drilling. There are many natural gas wells in that area, it is the Barnett Shale. That is my speculation.
 Quoting: The Fifth Element


Ugh geological flops by the drives! You thing a frack charge can cause an earthquake!? That's like your fart blowing down the twin towers! Get educated fool!
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Here is a video on this quake
[link to www.youtube.com]
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If fracking were the cause, then that entire area (Johnson County and Southern Tarrant County) should have crumbled away by now. What people fail to realize is that EQ have been happening all throughout Texas for over a 100 years now. They happened before fracking, and would have continued if fracking never existed.

As far as the loud boom associated with the EQ is concerned, we heard the same thing during the one that we had in Midlothian in October. I live less than 1/2 mile from where the epicenter was, and the boom was the most frightening part of it all. Not only could you feel the rumbling, but you could hear it, too.
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Fracking from the natural gas drilling. There are many natural gas wells in that area, it is the Barnett Shale. That is my speculation.
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Fracking a gas well.....do a little research Einstein. What a friggin simpleton..........................Tell us the truth....you should be doing your math homework instead of posting on here....right high schooler?
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Have you ever heard a boom with a quake? More going on than a quake here.





I don't think its fracking there are way too many reports or explosions


and this was a small earthquake



a loud bang, followed by tremors.

I think its meteors..
 Quoting: SeaPunk




The north central and east Texas areas have been heavily gas drilled and fracked and yes, the increased seismic activity is most likely a result of fracking . . . in the Burleson instance, not sure what the "loud bang" could be, but you notice in the story one person said it "felt like the whole house came up and slammed back down” and another said shaking was so mild, he didn’t know it was an earthquake at first and compared it to the rumble you might feel if a large truck barreled in front of your house . . . so there's no way to know if there actually was a "loud bang" or explosion. No reports of lights or fires, etc. as far as what I've read.

People in this part of Texas need to educate themselves about drilling and fracking and how it correlates to seismic activity.
 Quoting: itsamadmadworld


I don't think its fracking there are way too many reports or explosions


and this was a small earthquake



a loud bang, followed by tremors.

I think its meteors..
 Quoting: SeaPunk




The north central and east Texas areas have been heavily gas drilled and fracked and yes, the increased seismic activity is most likely a result of fracking . . . in the Burleson instance, not sure what the "loud bang" could be, but you notice in the story one person said it "felt like the whole house came up and slammed back down” and another said shaking was so mild, he didn’t know it was an earthquake at first and compared it to the rumble you might feel if a large truck barreled in front of your house . . . so there's no way to know if there actually was a "loud bang" or explosion. No reports of lights or fires, etc. as far as what I've read.

People in this part of Texas need to educate themselves about drilling and fracking and how it correlates to seismic activity.
 Quoting: itsamadmadworld


cool2
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You are an idiot also...just like Mr. High School....or maybe you are Mr. High School also....

Let me say once again....they have been fracking OIL wells for years with no evidence of causing seismic events and a handful of gas wells in the Burleson area certainly isn't going to cause any....why? Cause they don't G DAMN frack gas wells idiots!
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That 2.6 was more than likely a four! Lying ass bitches our science centers are!
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OMG, ty for the smile, have been so down today over all of this!
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Re: "Felt like an explosion": Texas
Have you ever heard a boom with a quake? More going on than a quake here.





I don't think its fracking there are way too many reports or explosions


and this was a small earthquake



a loud bang, followed by tremors.

I think its meteors..
 Quoting: SeaPunk




The north central and east Texas areas have been heavily gas drilled and fracked and yes, the increased seismic activity is most likely a result of fracking . . . in the Burleson instance, not sure what the "loud bang" could be, but you notice in the story one person said it "felt like the whole house came up and slammed back down” and another said shaking was so mild, he didn’t know it was an earthquake at first and compared it to the rumble you might feel if a large truck barreled in front of your house . . . so there's no way to know if there actually was a "loud bang" or explosion. No reports of lights or fires, etc. as far as what I've read.

People in this part of Texas need to educate themselves about drilling and fracking and how it correlates to seismic activity.
 Quoting: itsamadmadworld


I don't think its fracking there are way too many reports or explosions


and this was a small earthquake



a loud bang, followed by tremors.

I think its meteors..
 Quoting: SeaPunk




The north central and east Texas areas have been heavily gas drilled and fracked and yes, the increased seismic activity is most likely a result of fracking . . . in the Burleson instance, not sure what the "loud bang" could be, but you notice in the story one person said it "felt like the whole house came up and slammed back down” and another said shaking was so mild, he didn’t know it was an earthquake at first and compared it to the rumble you might feel if a large truck barreled in front of your house . . . so there's no way to know if there actually was a "loud bang" or explosion. No reports of lights or fires, etc. as far as what I've read.

People in this part of Texas need to educate themselves about drilling and fracking and how it correlates to seismic activity.
 Quoting: itsamadmadworld


cool2
 Quoting: Tex 2144598


You are an idiot also...just like Mr. High School....or maybe you are Mr. High School also....

Let me say once again....they have been fracking OIL wells for years with no evidence of causing seismic events and a handful of gas wells in the Burleson area certainly isn't going to cause any....why? Cause they don't G DAMN frack gas wells idiots!
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But the extra stress of pumping vast amounts of water from a nearby aquifer may have been enough to trigger a quake at that particular time and place, said lead researcher Pablo J. Gonzalez of the University of Western Ontario, Canada.
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Yall need some learnin. They have been using fracking forever. Its a common use while drilling. They can turn up the pressure on the mud pumps to blow out soft rock. Natural gas is in pockets and when they drill through a pocket it can cause a blow out. When that blow out happens they either flare it off or they apply more mud pressure and force it back into the whole. Forcing mud down the hole does the same thing as fracking except its one done for a short amount of time until they pass up that pocket.

Funny to see all these oil "experts" talking about shit they have no idea about.
"You can go to hell -- I'm going to Texas!" - Davy Crockett

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I have never heard of a well being drilled to 8 miles down.
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That's not how it works . . . please research gas drilling and fracking.

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