Another Attack On The Energy Supply

12:45 PM · Apr 29, 2022

The Largest Earthquakes in the United States

All magnitude 7+ earthquakes in the USGS database.

Latest Earthquakes

The deadliest natural disaster in US history occurred in Texas in September 1900, when Galveston was destroyed by a hurricane.

09 Sep 1900, 7 – Great Falls Tribune at   

Last year, dozens of people in Texas froze because of reliance on green energy.


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Notable earthquakes shake Texas on occasion. The largest known earthquake in Texas occurred on Aug. 16, 1931, near the town of Valentine in Jeff Davis County. The total felt area exceeded one million square kilometers (about 400,000 square miles).

Earthquakes in Texas | TX Almanac

Texas largest earthquake occurred in 1931, at a time when government was trying to shut down oil production because the price of oil had dropped to five cents per barrel.

17 Aug 1931, 1 – El Paso Times at

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14 Responses to Another Attack On The Energy Supply

  1. Eli the Pit Bull says:

    Nice simple recap of failed climate predictions

  2. Michael Peinsipp says:

    Add the 8.2 Madrid Quake of 1811-1812 and you see that the little bitty 2.0 quakes are a joke.
    The 1811-1812 Madrid quake shook the US from the Rockies in the West, Hudson Bay in the North, Cuba in the South and New Brunswick in the East.
    If Madrid let loose today – it will kill +- 1-2 Million people in the first hour, destroy bridges as far as 250 miles out from the equicenter. Water supplies gone, electrical lines gone, gas line ruptured (3 gas lines run thru my KY County!), Hospitals destrpyed or severely damaged, etc etc etc.
    Think the worst and add 125% worse.
    You WILL be on your own and others WILL want what you have.
    Be prepared, be ready and most of all Be hard/Cold for your Family.

    • Brad-DXT says:

      The New Madrid quake also changed the path of the Mississippi River. That would also mean a tremendous amount of flooding.

    • Disillusioned says:

      Yep. Big time. From December 1811 to March 1812 there were thousands of earthquakes, mostly around the Missouri Boot Heel where the New Madrid fault is located. Church bells rang in Boston Massachusetts and people felt the ground vibrating in Washington D.C. Americans had real, terrible struggles as Mommy Gaia let loose her fury.

      Today, some ‘woke progressives’ need a “safe space” simply because somebody else has a different opinion than they. SMA

    • Disillusioned says:


  3. Brad-DXT says:

    I used to work in a large factory utilizing heavy machinery the size of a 3 story mansion where there was always a little vibration of the building. It was comforting because we knew that the vibration meant we were being productive and making money.
    I haven’t seen any definitive proof that the small quakes are the direct result of the oil production. If true, I would guess that the West Texas residents will come to think of the occasional rumblings as a comforting signal to their continued prosperity.

    • arn says:

      Well ,if there are all of a sudden quakes in a quakefree zone
      and the timing coincides with drilling
      and it happens in several different former regions then drilling is,besides improved seismographs and a hypersensitive population a potential reason for the quakes.

      My problem with such stories is,that they have been pumping billions of tons of groundwater,that is usually much closer to the surface(a more direct impact) than oil,
      but they never made a fuzz about it, but in terms of oil they have to show their activism..
      But hey – at least they don’t try to blame the quakes on global warming.

  4. just a thought says:

    “Though most major earthquakes remain in Texas’ past, even today, the earth still trembles in parts of the state.”

    Your ignorance and gullibility, two of the con-man’s most important tools.

  5. Conrad Ziefle says:

    The Rio Grande River runs down the edge of a tectonic plate and in ancient times there were volcanos running parallel to where the river is now. There are 4-5 cones visible from El Paso.

  6. Jimd1958 says:

    Consensus after consensus tels is there is no consensus.
    Maybe the extra 2 million unamerican that crossed the border added enough weight to rumble the ground.

  7. Dick Merrill says:

    Any time you see fracture or fracing spelled with a K you know they are trying to conflate the word with that other word that begins with f and ends in K. When it is spelled with a k in it they are only broadcasting their ignorance of spelling. And because of our dismally education system run by unions, many are now spelling it that way, maybe it’s spellcheck’s fault.

  8. Frank says:

    Did you hear? They are drilling and fracking in Antarctica

    85,000 earthquakes.

    The swarm, which began in August 2020 and subsided by November of that year, is the strongest earthquake activity ever recorded in the region. And the quakes were likely caused by a “finger” of hot magma poking into the crust, new research finds.

  9. Nicholas McGinley says:

    It should be noted that any earthquake below 3.0 cannot even be felt by a human being.

    • spren says:

      I was living in Pittsburgh in January 1986 (around the time the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded upon liftoff) when we had a minor earthquake such as you mention. My wife and I could not feel it, but our cat who was sitting upright started swaying from side to side. We couldn’t figure out what was going on until we heard the news reports that there had been an earthquake whose epicenter was almost 200 miles away near Cleveland.

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