Friday, April 11, 2008

Anybody check the earth quakes out?

600 of the coast of fault volcanoes in the is stumped.

Comments on "Anybody check the earth quakes out?"


Blogger Stan said ... (11:01 AM) : 

A lot of sesmic activity taking place off the coast of Oregon, they say that it is the same type of activity that they see prior to an volcanic eruption however there is not volcano in the area. Not having a vast knowldege of geology except I can indentify a rock from a piece of coal. However, there are volcanos on the mainland of Washington, Oregon, and California. Who is to say that the magna is located directly below the mountain. Any one of these moutains could have a magna tube that goes down and then turns and runs paraell to to the sesmic activity. Just down the road a piece from my house is a oil well rig that has drilled a hole stright down and then turns and goes out into the middle of Cook Inlet ~ been doing it for years and it is called directional drilling. Perhaps, mother nature invented directional drilling way before the humans thought of the concept.


Blogger real eyez said ... (7:07 PM) : 

Earth quakes? What are those? Oh yeah the things that make the ground shake! I almost forgot about those it has been so long since I actually felt one! Just jking! Good theory Stan but then again I have no clue and can't tell if you are BSing or telling the truth!


Blogger Stan said ... (9:32 PM) : 

I am shocked at you that you would dispute my vast knowledge and wise ways!


Blogger j, d plumma said ... (8:48 AM) :

Disbelief in the wise old Eagle's vision is unfounded, as information proving the connection of volcanoes through sub-surface tubes and vents has been proven to reach 100's of miles UNDER the ocean floor.
I have personally met one of the developers of the "directional drill". Apple Elsworth used to nanny her two boys while living in LA.

Either way, chack out the current EQ data and earth "plates" at the links above. The records from past studies can outright scare you to realize the constant potential of quakes and eruptions.
Australia looks pretty safe, no? Russia does, too, but who wouldn't choose Australia over that wasteland?


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