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New Madrid Fault Line active now.

 
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It's a warning from the Lord God.

Be prepared get your house in order. Georgia and Oaklahoma practise high levels of Satanisim and Witchcraft.

The day of the Lord is soon. Men's hearts will fail with fear and every tribe will mourn.
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It's a warning from the Lord God.

Be prepared get your house in order. Georgia and Oaklahoma practise high levels of Satanisim and Witchcraft.

The day of the Lord is soon. Men's hearts will fail with fear and every tribe will mourn.
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gtfo5
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Actually I was just reading about this today
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Looks like they had a good sized EQ in Georgia. Watch out it could be a foreshock. The terrain is different there than it is on the west coast so it feels stronger and for a bigger distance. Stay Safe.
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Someone made this thread some time ago >>> Thread: Februaury 16, ... 2014.... False Flag ... ? ... follow the symbolism... tells this guy...

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Georgia isn't on the New Madrid fault line...
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But it could be, if we just pretend and throw facts out the window:)
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Georgia isn't on the New Madrid fault line...
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But it could be, if we just pretend and throw facts out the window:)
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It's a warning from the Lord God.

Be prepared get your house in order. Georgia and Oaklahoma practise high levels of Satanisim and Witchcraft.

The day of the Lord is soon. Men's hearts will fail with fear and every tribe will mourn.
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gtfo5
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Actually I was just reading about this today
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Good for you. This isn't a religious thread.
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NOT ENOUGH people are paying attention to NM, the LA sinkhole and ALL the connections from BP nuking the fault line in the GOM to the maze of underground gas pipelines and how that all potentially could impact NM . . . AND the USA.
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Georgia is not part of the New Madrid.
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Georgia



Earthquake History

The first earthquakes reported felt in Georgia were the great New Madrid series of 1811 - 1812. These shocks were felt over almost all of the eastern United States. In Georgia that series of shocks reportedly shook some bricks from chimneys.

The great Charleston, South Carolina, earthquake of 1886 caused severe shaking experienced in Georgia. On August 31 at 9:25 p.m., preceded by a low rumble, the shock waves reached Savannah. People had difficulty remaining standing. One woman died of fright as the shaking cracked walls, felled chimneys, and broke windows. Panic at a revival service left two injured and two more were injured in leaping from upper story windows. Several more were injured by falling bricks. Ten buildings in Savannah were damaged beyond repair and at least 240 chimneys damaged. People spent the night outside.

At Tybee Island light station the 134 foot lighthouse was cracked near the middle where the walls were six feet thick, and the one-ton lens moved an inch and a half to the northeast.

In Augusta the shaking was the most severe (VIII on the Modified Mercalli scale) in the State. An estimated 1000 chimneys and many buildings were damaged. The business and social life was paralyzed for two days. Brunswick and Darien were alarmed.
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

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Looks like they had a good sized EQ in Georgia. Watch out it could be a foreshock. The terrain is different there than it is on the west coast so it feels stronger and for a bigger distance. Stay Safe.
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It's no where close to New Madrid Illinois. Like linking a Reno Nevada EQ to Wisconsin.
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Looks like they had a good sized EQ in Georgia. Watch out it could be a foreshock. The terrain is different there than it is on the west coast so it feels stronger and for a bigger distance. Stay Safe.
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It's no where close to New Madrid Illinois. Like linking a Reno Nevada EQ to Wisconsin.
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see my pervious post
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Georgia is not part of the New Madrid.
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bsflag

Georgia



Earthquake History

The first earthquakes reported felt in Georgia were the great New Madrid series of 1811 - 1812. These shocks were felt over almost all of the eastern United States. In Georgia that series of shocks reportedly shook some bricks from chimneys.

The great Charleston, South Carolina, earthquake of 1886 caused severe shaking experienced in Georgia. On August 31 at 9:25 p.m., preceded by a low rumble, the shock waves reached Savannah. People had difficulty remaining standing. One woman died of fright as the shaking cracked walls, felled chimneys, and broke windows. Panic at a revival service left two injured and two more were injured in leaping from upper story windows. Several more were injured by falling bricks. Ten buildings in Savannah were damaged beyond repair and at least 240 chimneys damaged. People spent the night outside.

At Tybee Island light station the 134 foot lighthouse was cracked near the middle where the walls were six feet thick, and the one-ton lens moved an inch and a half to the northeast.

In Augusta the shaking was the most severe (VIII on the Modified Mercalli scale) in the State. An estimated 1000 chimneys and many buildings were damaged. The business and social life was paralyzed for two days. Brunswick and Darien were alarmed.
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: Lady J USA


The New Madrid EQ of 1811, rang church bells 1000+ miles away in Boston, MA. That doesn't mean that Boston Massachusetts is part of the New Madrid, Illinois fault.
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Georgia is not part of the New Madrid.
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bsflag

Georgia



Earthquake History

The first earthquakes reported felt in Georgia were the great New Madrid series of 1811 - 1812. These shocks were felt over almost all of the eastern United States. In Georgia that series of shocks reportedly shook some bricks from chimneys.

The great Charleston, South Carolina, earthquake of 1886 caused severe shaking experienced in Georgia. On August 31 at 9:25 p.m., preceded by a low rumble, the shock waves reached Savannah. People had difficulty remaining standing. One woman died of fright as the shaking cracked walls, felled chimneys, and broke windows. Panic at a revival service left two injured and two more were injured in leaping from upper story windows. Several more were injured by falling bricks. Ten buildings in Savannah were damaged beyond repair and at least 240 chimneys damaged. People spent the night outside.

At Tybee Island light station the 134 foot lighthouse was cracked near the middle where the walls were six feet thick, and the one-ton lens moved an inch and a half to the northeast.

In Augusta the shaking was the most severe (VIII on the Modified Mercalli scale) in the State. An estimated 1000 chimneys and many buildings were damaged. The business and social life was paralyzed for two days. Brunswick and Darien were alarmed.
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: Lady J USA


The New Madrid EQ of 1811, rang church bells 1000+ miles away in Boston, MA. That doesn't mean that Boston Massachusetts is part of the New Madrid, Illinois fault.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30462411


bsflag

It is in the new Madrid sesmic zone!

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Georgia is not part of the New Madrid.
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bsflag

Georgia



Earthquake History

The first earthquakes reported felt in Georgia were the great New Madrid series of 1811 - 1812. These shocks were felt over almost all of the eastern United States. In Georgia that series of shocks reportedly shook some bricks from chimneys.

The great Charleston, South Carolina, earthquake of 1886 caused severe shaking experienced in Georgia. On August 31 at 9:25 p.m., preceded by a low rumble, the shock waves reached Savannah. People had difficulty remaining standing. One woman died of fright as the shaking cracked walls, felled chimneys, and broke windows. Panic at a revival service left two injured and two more were injured in leaping from upper story windows. Several more were injured by falling bricks. Ten buildings in Savannah were damaged beyond repair and at least 240 chimneys damaged. People spent the night outside.

At Tybee Island light station the 134 foot lighthouse was cracked near the middle where the walls were six feet thick, and the one-ton lens moved an inch and a half to the northeast.

In Augusta the shaking was the most severe (VIII on the Modified Mercalli scale) in the State. An estimated 1000 chimneys and many buildings were damaged. The business and social life was paralyzed for two days. Brunswick and Darien were alarmed.
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: Lady J USA


The New Madrid EQ of 1811, rang church bells 1000+ miles away in Boston, MA. That doesn't mean that Boston Massachusetts is part of the New Madrid, Illinois fault.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30462411


Here's another clue. People in New Madrid did not feel the Georgia EQ. It wasn't even felt past 196 miles away.

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
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Georgia is not part of the New Madrid.
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bsflag

Georgia



Earthquake History

The first earthquakes reported felt in Georgia were the great New Madrid series of 1811 - 1812. These shocks were felt over almost all of the eastern United States. In Georgia that series of shocks reportedly shook some bricks from chimneys.

The great Charleston, South Carolina, earthquake of 1886 caused severe shaking experienced in Georgia. On August 31 at 9:25 p.m., preceded by a low rumble, the shock waves reached Savannah. People had difficulty remaining standing. One woman died of fright as the shaking cracked walls, felled chimneys, and broke windows. Panic at a revival service left two injured and two more were injured in leaping from upper story windows. Several more were injured by falling bricks. Ten buildings in Savannah were damaged beyond repair and at least 240 chimneys damaged. People spent the night outside.

At Tybee Island light station the 134 foot lighthouse was cracked near the middle where the walls were six feet thick, and the one-ton lens moved an inch and a half to the northeast.

In Augusta the shaking was the most severe (VIII on the Modified Mercalli scale) in the State. An estimated 1000 chimneys and many buildings were damaged. The business and social life was paralyzed for two days. Brunswick and Darien were alarmed.
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: Lady J USA


The New Madrid EQ of 1811, rang church bells 1000+ miles away in Boston, MA. That doesn't mean that Boston Massachusetts is part of the New Madrid, Illinois fault.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30462411


Here's another clue. People in New Madrid did not feel the Georgia EQ. It wasn't even felt past 196 miles away.

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]

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Your clue does not prove your point. This was a lot smaller quake than the new Madrid quake. Georgia is in the New Madrid Sesimic zone. It may not be right on the New Madrid fault line but it can still add or relase pressure on the New Madrid. This is could be a foreshock to new Madrid.
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Georgia



Earthquake History

The first earthquakes reported felt in Georgia were the great New Madrid series of 1811 - 1812. These shocks were felt over almost all of the eastern United States. In Georgia that series of shocks reportedly shook some bricks from chimneys.

The great Charleston, South Carolina, earthquake of 1886 caused severe shaking experienced in Georgia. On August 31 at 9:25 p.m., preceded by a low rumble, the shock waves reached Savannah. People had difficulty remaining standing. One woman died of fright as the shaking cracked walls, felled chimneys, and broke windows. Panic at a revival service left two injured and two more were injured in leaping from upper story windows. Several more were injured by falling bricks. Ten buildings in Savannah were damaged beyond repair and at least 240 chimneys damaged. People spent the night outside.

At Tybee Island light station the 134 foot lighthouse was cracked near the middle where the walls were six feet thick, and the one-ton lens moved an inch and a half to the northeast.

In Augusta the shaking was the most severe (VIII on the Modified Mercalli scale) in the State. An estimated 1000 chimneys and many buildings were damaged. The business and social life was paralyzed for two days. Brunswick and Darien were alarmed.
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: Lady J USA


The New Madrid EQ of 1811, rang church bells 1000+ miles away in Boston, MA. That doesn't mean that Boston Massachusetts is part of the New Madrid, Illinois fault.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30462411


Here's another clue. People in New Madrid did not feel the Georgia EQ. It wasn't even felt past 196 miles away.

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30462411

Your clue does not prove your point. This was a lot smaller quake than the new Madrid quake. Georgia is in the New Madrid Sesimic zone. It may not be right on the New Madrid fault line but it can still add or relase pressure on the New Madrid. This is could be a foreshock to new Madrid.
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Or it could be releasing tension.
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Wait, so you guys think every earthquake not in California is a new madrid earthquake region? The ones in Oklahoma and Kansas are not even part of the new Madrid. They are a separate group of fault lines all together.
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Shh.....you're attempting to use common sense to explain things to low IQ humans. Don't waist your brain cells, they'll never get it.
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Here is a picture of the main rift of the two plates it is gorgeous
[link to www.panoramio.com]
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A comment underneath the picture linked above reads as:

As the northern side of the Hickory Nut Gorge, Rumbling Bald Mountain towers above beautiful Lake Lure by almost 2,000 feet. The Sugarloaf fault line is visible along the ridge. These are the oldest mountains in the world.

[link to www.panoramio.com]
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Looks like they had a good sized EQ in Georgia. Watch out it could be a foreshock. The terrain is different there than it is on the west coast so it feels stronger and for a bigger distance. Stay Safe.
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It's no where close to New Madrid Illinois. Like linking a Reno Nevada EQ to Wisconsin.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30462411


bsflag
see my pervious post
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Not that long ago you weren't even sure if Georgia was near the fault line.


Thread: 5.4 Earthquake In GEORGIA
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2.0 justin clinton arkansas
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Looks like they had a good sized EQ in Georgia. Watch out it could be a foreshock. The terrain is different there than it is on the west coast so it feels stronger and for a bigger distance. Stay Safe.
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It's no where close to New Madrid Illinois. Like linking a Reno Nevada EQ to Wisconsin.
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People on this thread need to educate themselves before posting.

NM is in Missouri!
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Thread: Just conducted a new research on annual big quakes that happened since 2010. August 20-September 2 2014???

Thread: Russian scientist predicts "Massive Earthquake" to hit Japan by end of 2014!!!

Thread: Japanese scientist predicts another major earthquake in Japan by 2017 -Japanese news!!!

"For 2 consecutive years, lots of rumors concerning big earthquakes and pole shifts caused by a celestial object to occur around the date of August 17 has been circulating on the internet from sources like John Moore and Mike Harris (Nibiru Aug 17 2012) and Pattie Brassard (Mag 15 quake Aug 17 2013).....Is there in any way a chance that the real date could actually be this year? .....August 17-27 2014????" ----Solar Guardian
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Looks like they had a good sized EQ in Georgia. Watch out it could be a foreshock. The terrain is different there than it is on the west coast so it feels stronger and for a bigger distance. Stay Safe.
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The 'New Madrid Fault 'Line'' is fine.
It won't be another 25-26-27-28-29 thousands years until it pops.

Don't worry about it too much.

It's kinda like the Cascadia Fault Line, that will take another Thousand, or, POSSIBLY, PERHAPS, even, a couple of Then's, or, Ten's of Thousands of Years.
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You have no idea if the New Madrid Fault is fine. Geologist have theories about how earthquakes occur and the makeup of the Earth. This is the one science that has not advanced much. You cannot travel into the Earth. You have to rely on seismicity to get an idea of what is going on beneath your feet. You are crazy if you think that you can know that the Cascadia Fault Line will not rupture for another thousand years. Geology and plate techtonics are the modern day alchemy. Geologists know nothing.

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This is the baby that worries me, along with NM fault, because it would be the one no one saw coming or even knew about.


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