Another quake, this one in Kentucky...

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    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_nmar.html

    2nd in a week.
    http://www.usmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?t=11743&highlight=earthquake

    Quakes or tremors? The center of the US does lie on a fault line.

     
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    3.7 is a pretty minor quake, all things considered.
     
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    call it a premonition if you will, but I see a very dramatic change in the course of the mississippi river sometime in the next 12 years. :tinfoil:
     
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    The worst earthquake in recorded American History occurred in New Madrid, Missouri in 1812 and in fact, did change the course of the Missisippi River....
     
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    Yes it is pretty minor. Thats what makes me thin kthat perhaps these are tremors of something bigger. 2 medium earthquakes in one week in the same area is unusual to me. But then again i dont follow it that closely.
     

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