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Earthquakes in Texas?

And then I saw the town in question, I think Kaspar has something to do
with it.

http://www.comcast.net/articles/news-general/20090612/US.Texas.Earthquakes.Drilling/

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Re: Earthquakes in Texas?

Yeah, 3 in one week, all less than 3.0, just south of DFW. Of course
"drilling is not responsible".

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Re: Earthquakes in Texas?

"We haven't had a quake in recorded history, and all the sudden you drill and there are earthquakes."

"...all the sudden?" Really? I'm surprised I didn't read "y'all" in there, also.
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Re: Earthquakes in Texas?

You know companies like that are never at fault. Prove it otherwise.

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Re: Earthquakes in Texas?

On Tue, 16 Jun 2009 01:08:17 GMT, "Keith V. Klenke" <abendorg@gmail.com>
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>You know companies like that are never at fault. Prove it otherwise.


There is usually some natural cause they can point to:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidoarjo_mud_flow

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Re: Earthquakes in Texas?

I was watching a show called Megastructures and they were talking about
the deepest mine. A gold mine in South Africa. And they would have
these mini-quakes due to the stresses changing in the rock they were
cutting through.
Quite impressive. Even more impressive was their annual fatality rate
was really low (sure, having any fatality isn't great but in that
specific environment...)
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