Thursday, May 10, 2012

M3.7 earthquake East Texas


Hansford said he did not know how an earthquake could have hit the area, as there are no significant fault lines.
"It could be fracking issues," he said. "It's just a theory, but we don't have any significant fault lines."

Yeah, I'll go with that idea, too.  It's straight down the megathrust line, so if some happy people decided to inject, they would have found their dreams come true.  The hole would have been able to take all the surplus shale water from Ohio.  We can expect some extra activity in the neighbourhood.

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