Sunday, April 15, 2012

Arkansas earthquake line continues to fill in

Red spot at the lower left.  

I can't really believe this.  It must be some injection outside their phoney boundary.  If such a strong line were to be really developing this fast, it would be a new thrust fault, giving away totally on its own.  I included the New Madrid zone to show how its thrust zone is parallel.

A conjugate fault set is the only one that signals a larger earthquake, since the growth is so clear.  When I talk about these things I expect them to develop over a very long time, not weeks.

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