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A GIF shows a scar caused by the magnitude 7.1 Ridgecrest earthquake on July 5. The dark stain is liquid from a broken pipeline.

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What does that have to do with New Madrid?
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What does that have to do with New Madrid?
The New Madrid adjustments are also dependent on the west coast adjustments/movements, as a slow progression until the New Madrid snaps. "Many signs of the pending New Madrid adjustment are subtle, and unless linked together do not in and of themselves appear significant." Time may not be on your side!
2-Mile-Long Crack Opens in Arizona Desert
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There were multiple fissures that broke the ground in the Mojave Desert in southern California on Thursday and Friday after two major M6.4 and M7.1 earthquakes struck the area.

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Interesting.. The Mississippi Rift ready to move again?
See the Mississippi River's hidden history, uncovered by lasers
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/s...trol::int_rid=

New Madrid starting
http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/b...adrid-starting
"Has the New Madrid adjustment started? Yes. We predicted last March that US cities along the New Madrid fault line would be “shattered”, starting in 2015. Where infrastructure has not yet shattered, it is clear from the exponential uptick in quake swarms in Oklahoma that this threshold is being approached."

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"Has the New Madrid adjustment started? Yes. We predicted last March that US cities along the New Madrid fault line would be “shattered”, starting in 2015. Where infrastructure has not yet shattered, it is clear from the exponential uptick in quake swarms in Oklahoma that this threshold is being approached."

This was the result of fracking. Laws were passed limiting this activity and the earthquakes have been reduced in the last 3 years.
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This was the result of fracking. Laws were passed limiting this activity and the earthquakes have been reduced in the last 3 years.
Parroting the Globalist's excuses as usual! ^^^^^^
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Parroting the Globalist's excuses as usual! ^^^^^^
I live in Oklahoma and play softball with a bunch of engineers from Devon Energy. But you can stick with your shape shifter theory if you want.
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As I said before...Interesting.. The Mississippi Rift ready to move again?
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"When the hard rock above New Madrid can no longer adjust by rock layers overlapping, the New Madrid Fault Line will begin to tear the hard rock. The soft rock below New Madrid will likewise rip, rather than stretch. Each segment of the fault line will be put under intense stress, and quickly fail in a domino fashion. The New Madrid Fault Line will rapidly unzip toward Chicago and then East under the Seaway."


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Posted by Gerard Zwaan on November 21, 2019 at 12:30pm
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"Quakes near Oxford, MS are reportedly 8 miles deep! Oxford is where the Arkansas River touches the Mississippi, and has been wobbly on the seismos. This is in deep rock. Is the border between the soft rock and hard rock being torn here? Is this in fact an unzipping from the New Orleans start up until the present?
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http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue686.htm
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Digital First: Rare Mississippi Earthquake Wednesday Night
November 22, 2019
https://www.wjtv.com/top-stories/dig...ississippi-ear...
We are on the southern edge of the New Madrid Seismic Zone. There have been three earthquakes this year in Mississippi: January 8th, Hollandale, Magnitude 3.7; August 9th, Canton, Magnitude 2.8; November 20th, Booneville, Magnitude 2.3."

"SOZT
The New Madrid Fault Line starts at the Gulf of Mexico, where the Mississippi River empties into the Gulf and where the Hard Rock Hotel
http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue682.htm
suddenly collapsed on October 12. Thus the start of the New Madrid unzipping began there in New Orleans, and will travel up through the soft sedimentary rock that juts north along the Mississippi River between the Gulf and the town of New Madrid. It is at New Madrid that the fault line encounters hard rock. Quake swarms and heaving in the Ozarks
http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue685.htm
had already been occurring in the New Madrid region, and this included breaking and heaving rock in Kansas
http:///www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue686.htm
to the south of the Ozarks.

Why is Oxford, Mississippi so relevant to the unzipping process? It has been showing up on seismographs regularly being jittery. This is not due to earthquakes, but tearing rock at the border of the soft sedimentary rock and the hard rock that resists tearing. We have stated that the bridges that cross the Mississippi can be expected to fail during the New Madrid adjustment. This has not happened as yet in part because the stress of the diagonal pull is being distributed across the soft rock. In New Orleans and Baton Rogue the soft rock to the WEST did drop, but this is distributed along the fault line to the north.

What does distributed stress in soft rock mean? We have often described incidents in the stretch zone as being silent, without the quake jolts that indicate hard rock is breaking. Stretch zone rock layers pull apart, causing train tracks to zig-zag and buildings to droop and even crevasses to open. As is well known, the damage caused by quakes is greatest when the epicenter is near the surface. The November 20 Boonville quake in Mississippi was 8 miles deep, in the hard rock, but did not jolt the surface. Thus the Mississippi bridges will not be skewed until the diagonal pull increases.
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