Category Archives: earthquakes

U.S. earthquake increase tied to fracking disposal well boom

An increasing number of small quakes near deep wastewater wells, used to dispose of industrial fluids used in the “fracking” boom, is raising questions about their use. The fracking process itself is not directly associated with earthquakes, rather the handling … Continue reading

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Rise of Earthquakes: Updated thru Sept 2012

I have updated this post to show the entire year (Oct 2011 – Sept 2012), of earthquakes world-wide >2.5 in magnitude; and you can see there is a steady, and then dramatic rise in the number of earthquakes through the … Continue reading

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Fukushima update: Interview with Arnie Gunderson

This is reblogged from my other site, “Down the Rabbit Hole“: Update on Fukushima Daiichi: A sobering interview Radio show “If You Love This Planet“‘s Dr. Caldicott hosts a new conversation with Arnie Gundersen, of Fairewinds Energy Education, about the … Continue reading

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Fukushima: Down the Memory Hole to Hell…

Every week a new story comes out about Fukushima, but you don’t see it, do you?  By and large, the MSM (Main Stream Media) has consciously decided to ignore this event that will (I believe) ultimately go down as the … Continue reading

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