97% Consensus Reached

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  1. billtoo says:

    I don’t do twitter. nor do I believe that 3% of our electorate would rather our cities go out in the “big one” rather than relieve stress along the fault lines.

    • Robertv says:

      Believe doesn’t make the ‘Big One’ from not happening.

      Great Earthquakes of the Pacific Northwest
      Nick Zentner

      Exotic Terranes of the Pacific Northwest
      Nick Zentner

    • Squidly says:

      Why doesn’t Pennsylvania, North Dakota or Alberta Canada experience all of these so-called “fracking induced” earthquakes? … After all, they do far more fracking than Oklahoma, Texas or Kommiefornistan does.

      It is also curious that it is only now that we see these magic earthquakes when fracking has been going on since 1948.

      • John Farnham says:

        The name is the same, but the technique is not Squidly. It saves money and limits the number of installations to use directional drlliing to frack underneath adjacent land. What also happens is that bedrock is opened up in an unprecedented prolific manner, liberating whatever might have been contained in the earth previously. That is a permanent change enabling leakage to the surface for whatever mobile entrapments might be in there. It takes a while to manifest, but there is a reason legal settlements with landowners are confidential. The damage is not a convenient fact to publicly acknowledge. Some years ago I noted a particularly horrifying photo account of what happened to a farmstead in a fracked area. It is conveniently no more. Journey of the Forsaken turned out to be prophetic as well.

  2. David A says:

    “landowners are confidential. The damage is not a convenient fact to publicly acknowledge. ”

    No link? You see we have a culture that LOVES to
    “acknowledge” damage and blame people.

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