What’s Going On With These Huge Earthquakes?

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19 thoughts on “What’s Going On With These Huge Earthquakes?

    • I think what they’re talking about is Oxy 3 or Cavern 3 and why the tagging of Cavern 3 to see how much fill to cavern roof keep dropping ?

      • I had that idea too.
        I just hope the cap rock stays in tact … big trouble if that cracks and bits falling in.

      • No word on their finding to top of roof in cavern 3 it’s been will over a month.
        They been putting pressure in cavern 3 how much I don’t know ?
        Could they have a blow out in cavern 3 i say yes.

        April 25, 2014
        9:35 a.m. Update from the Office of Conservation
        Conducting depth and pressure logging of Oxy 3A (working from Oxy 9 well pad)
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        I say Oxy 3 pad is gone where cavern 3 is at.

        The last reading back in February 20, 2014
        10:25 a.m. Update
        Texas Brine advised that the tagging of Cavern 3 (performed last Friday) was at 3,642’ which is 6’ from the cavern roof. As information becomes available, it will be shared here.
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      • Fat Clays
        Clay soils are like that it bad about that heaving, Clay soils swell went wet.
        But hard as rock when dry keep moisture down.
        http://www.foundation-repair-guide.com/expansive-soil.html

        I over look this one.

        March 17, 2014
        12 noon Update from the Office of Conservation
        Texas Brine advised that the tagging of Cavern 3 (performed last Friday) was at 3,995’ (359’ from the cavern roof) which is 351’ drop from the tagging performed two weeks ago. As information becomes available, it will be shared here.
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  1. I have been watching his videos, good stuff. I would love to hear Suspicious Observers feedback as he is quick to dismiss the buoy activities as malfunctions or noise. I understand SO’s point of view that if a whole plate was rising or falling it would displace a lot of water and I would expect some kind of wave or tidal event of some kind as a reaction.

    Great observations on The United Knowledge’s part and a very interesting conversation IMO.

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