Our earthquakes are increasing in number across the United states. It appears a sleeping giant has awoke. I hear rumors of increased seismic activity across the United States. What does it mean? Are there any experts out there that can share?
Here is a theory.
http://www.opednews.com/articles/Did-Fr … 3-993.html
Naomi, I do not believe fracking has anything to do with the recent earthquake in Virginia. The process of fracking does not go that far beneath the surface. The earthquake occurred about 4 to 5 miles down below the earth's surface. Also, earthquakes occur quite frequently in the United States and everywhere in the world because the crust of the earth is in constant motion. It is not static. As a matter of fact an earthquake occurs every few minutes somewhere in the United States especially in the California area. They are unnoticeable most of the time.
I remember seeing a movie based on a theory that the U.S. could be split into two sections and it's based on a very large Earthquake happening outside of the U.S., in Canada where it starts, but stretches across the U.S. North to South.
How realistic that it could happen? Who knows. But, it made for a good movie though.
I too have seen that movie but not sure I believe that would happen.
New Madrid Fault Line?
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