Earthquake?

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Binman4OSU

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Felt it in Tulsa. NGS getting reports of it being felt all the way up to Kansas City.....and reports from all over Missouri, Western Arkansas, and lots of Kansas so far

report it was a 4.4 centered at Pond Creek
 
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Definitely felt it and heard the wood studs in the walls cracking and creaking. Glad we aren't getting those twice a week like we were during the fracking boom.

Bravo to whoever figured out how to slow them down.
 

Rack

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Definitely felt it and heard the wood studs in the walls cracking and creaking. Glad we aren't getting those twice a week like we were during the fracking boom.

Bravo to whoever figured out how to slow them down.
They stopped over injecting fluids back in to dry wells that had less space than the liquid pumped back into them. EPA and other companies found the rogue ones and made them stop. My thought is maybe those companies are back to their old tricks with Covid as a cover. Need to find this out and correct.
 
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Definitely felt it and heard the wood studs in the walls cracking and creaking. Glad we aren't getting those twice a week like we were during the fracking boom.

Bravo to whoever figured out how to slow them down.
They stopped over injecting fluids back in to dry wells that had less space than the liquid pumped back into them. EPA and other companies found the rogue ones and made them stop. My thought is maybe those companies are back to their old tricks with Covid as a cover. Need to find this out and correct.
Water disposal operations causing earthquakes. Now there’s some real (fake) science.


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