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A Fracking Earthquake?

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The U.S. Geological Survey reports that a 4.1 magnitude earthquake shook portions of eastern Texas Monday afternoon. The earthquake occurred at 4.52 p.m. local time with an epicenter about 2 miles west-northwest of Timpson. The depth of the quake was 5.1 km or 3.1 miles down.

Timpson is located in Shelby County about 25 miles northeast of Nacogdoches and 40 miles southeast of Kilgore. There have been no reports of damage at this time.

This registers as one of the strongest earthquakes ever to hit the state of Texas. The strongest Texas earthquake was 5.8 near Valentine, Texas, in 1931.

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Well we have seen a increase in drum circles since 1931. I say it must be drum circle related.

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If TGM could see the charts now, 3 years later, he/she wouldn't be seeing a coincidence anymore.

 

To imply that the earthquakes are not fracking related is to keep ones eyes closed.

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