Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Another 4... WAT ... Fishy

Back to back 4.2 magnitude earthquake on 3/28 at 11:53 pm  and another 4.1 magnitude earthquake on 3/29 at 5:19 am by Crescent was reported, only for the 2nd 4.1 magnitude, to be downgraded to a 3.6 magnitude earthquake about six hours later! (As I recorded it as a 4.1 at 5 hours after the fact... and checking an hour later it was changed)

This is the 10th (official)  4.0 or greater magnitude earthquake to hit the area this year, as the only source is coming from just one source, that seems to be able to change the magnitude over 5 hours later ... Fishy!

Here is the list I record way back when ... Before they changed the numbers for 2015

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

It's OFFICIAL! Science has now caught up to Batty cents!


The Goose Egg was laid in which no "FRICKING FRACKING EARTHQUAKES" happen in a 28 hour period between the period of 3/27 @ 6:28 PM - 3.1 magnitude by Medford, Oklahoma...
and 3/28 @ 10:35 PM - 2.9 magnitude by Enid, Oklahoma ... of corse that was followed by a
Mar 28 at 11:53 PM - Magnitude 4.2 - by Crescent, Oklahoma  

As USA Today reported this news Monday!

"a first-ever report made public Monday from the U.S. Geological Survey, which cites the oil and gas drilling process as triggering the quakes.  The assessment of human-induced seismic shaking found 7 million people in the central and eastern U.S. live in the man-made earthquake zone,  said Mark Petersen, head of the USGS National Seismic Hazard Mapping Project.

Human activities, such as wastewater disposal from drilling for oil and gas can cause earthquakes the report said.

The central U.S. has seen the most dramatic increase in seismic activity over the past six years, the report found, as wastewater injection became more widespread. From 1973 to 2008, the USGS recorded more than 20 earthquakes of magnitude-3.0 and larger per year. Such events increased tenfold from 2009 to 2015 – to an average of 318 a year. In 2015, the USGS recorded 1,010 earthquakes."

Monday, March 14, 2016

Fracking and the Government!

The U.S. government is on the side of the Gas and Oil companies, and helped create loopholes!

On CNN Democratic Town Hall Debate in Columbus Ohio last night, a restaurant owner who is an Anti Fracking activist asked Hillary Clinton about her debate in Flint, Michigan in which Hilary stated, "you wouldn't allow Fracking in communities that don't want it," and then she brought up the fact that "Ohio does not allow Local Fracking Bans" and ask her.. "As President well you let Farmers & Communities say NO to Fracking and fully support a clean energy future?

"you know as I said in the debate when asked this, because so much of what  governs Fracking right now is within state and local control.
And the federal government I think has an important role to play including advocating for what you say that I had put forward, which is to give local communities the say over it.

 And I also said this, we need much more scientific research. But here is what we know.

 We know Methane release is bad, there bad for the environment, there bad for the greenhouse gas emissions. 

We know that if water is contaminated, that's bad and we can't allow that to go forward. 

We know that there is a loophole in the law, that I disagree with that permits the Fracking companies to ... aah .. NOT HAVE TO DISCLOSE THE CHEMICALS THERE USING IN FRACKING...

 We deserve to know... I think we have a right to know. So I am going to push very tough rules, now I've got to figure out what I can do on the federal level as oppose to what we are going to have to work at on the state level." 

Oklahoma which as you know has been very Pro-Fracking, has suffered from tremors, little earthquakes around the state and there is growing scientific evidence that Fracking is connected too ... 

I don't want to say Cause, because the science has not reached that... but certainly connected too the tremors 

So now even Oklahoma is saying, "Hey wait a minute, we better STOP and take a hard look at this" 

So I will do everything I can as President to set the rules.. to set the Regulations... to try to figure out how to influence States.

I am not sure that given the present political makeup we can pass a federal law too end Fracking. But we sure can try to regulate it very effectively under the rules we already have that gives us Federal Jurisdiction over some of those chemicals and releases 

So that is what I am going to try to do..  and you know, I know other say "we're going to ban it!" 

I just want to tell you, I am going to do everything I can to regulate it and to limit it. No President can stand up, before you and say, "I am going to Ban it," we have to many layers of law that we have to work through and regulations we have to deal with..." 

And that is what I am trying to say... Very... Very ... Clearly ... I don't want to make a promise I can't keep... I want to tell you what I can do to be your ally ... and trying to stop that at the local level

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Seven earthquakes in one day

On March 10, Oklahoma had Seven 3.0 magnitude or greater earthquakes in the span of 24 hours. These happen at 11:32 PM (PT or West Coast Time)
3.0 magnitutude, 2 km depth
Cushing, Oklahoma, United States

 3.0 magnitude, 5 km depth  
Waukomis, Oklahoma, United States

 3.1 magnitude, 4 km depth 
Waukomis, Oklahoma, United States

 3.0 magnitude, 6 km depth
Fairview, Oklahoma, United States

 3.1 magnitude, 5 km depth
Fairview, Oklahoma, United States

 3.0 magnitude, 5 km depth
Perry, Oklahoma, United States

 3.0 magnitude, 3 km depth.  12:16 AM (PT / West Coast time) 
Enid, Oklahoma, United States

:drumming: That is 5 locations that had 3.0 or greater magnitude earthquakes in a 24 hour period .... :ecstatic:

Note: 7 years ago the average was two of these earthquakes a year!

Also to point out that day light savings time changes...  as "days getting shorter" ...