Earthquakes in Oklahoma are the new normal

Nov 9, 2013 Full story: NewsOK.com

How fast I've become nonchalant. At 9:06 a.m. on Oct. 13, 2010 - my first quake, and the second one in Oklahoma since 1995 to get widespread attention - I was not so blase.

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Fall

Oregon, WI

#1 Nov 10, 2013
Drill a hole over 6 miles deep and over 1 mile wide in multiple directions. Then pump 5 million gallons of waste water and a mixture of 600,000 gallons of 596 chemicals. Then times that by the number of hydraulic fracturing mines(wastewater wells) in OK. The power of water is very strong, combine that with all the escaped gas rising up. The earth is moving under ground, yes its is from hydraulic fracturing.

As of 2012, there are an estimated 11,000 private and commercial injection and disposal wells in Oklahoma. Each year those wells are injected with billions of gallons of oil and gas wastewater, according to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission -- 8.8 billion gallons of wastewater in the last two years. The Corporation Commission says they have not tallied the amount of water injected through private wells.
shaky

United States

#2 Nov 11, 2013
Fall wrote:
Drill a hole over 6 miles deep and over 1 mile wide in multiple directions. Then pump 5 million gallons of waste water and a mixture of 600,000 gallons of 596 chemicals. Then times that by the number of hydraulic fracturing mines(wastewater wells) in OK. The power of water is very strong, combine that with all the escaped gas rising up. The earth is moving under ground, yes its is from hydraulic fracturing.
As of 2012, there are an estimated 11,000 private and commercial injection and disposal wells in Oklahoma. Each year those wells are injected with billions of gallons of oil and gas wastewater, according to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission -- 8.8 billion gallons of wastewater in the last two years. The Corporation Commission says they have not tallied the amount of water injected through private wells.
Earthquakes occur on fault lines between two large masses of rock which build up stress over eons then break loose more than 15 miles below the surface. Far deeper than any hydraulic fracturing can occur. I suppose global warming is also caused by too much fossil fuels being burned too right? You environmentalists have a mental disorder. Too much water under ground causes earthquakes? Geology says otherwise. Common sense says otherwise.
Checkman69

Capitol Heights, MD

#3 Mar 4, 2014
shaky wrote:
<quoted text> Earthquakes occur on fault lines between two large masses of rock which build up stress over eons then break loose more than 15 miles below the surface. Far deeper than any hydraulic fracturing can occur. I suppose global warming is also caused by too much fossil fuels being burned too right? You environmentalists have a mental disorder. Too much water under ground causes earthquakes? Geology says otherwise. Common sense says otherwise.

Please tell me where I can see this hole 1 mile wide and 6 miles deep. Then tell me where to get the drugs you are on so we can make sure no one else can get them.
Checkman69

Capitol Heights, MD

#4 Mar 4, 2014
Sorry, that was for fall.

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