Strange 'swarm' of earthquakes near Noatak confounds scientists, frightens residents

A magnitude 5.7 earthquake early this morning near Noatak marks the fifth quake of exactly that size measured around the northwest Alaska village since April, according to the Alaska Earthquake Information Center. Full Story
Kotzebue

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#1 Jun 23, 2014

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#2 Jun 23, 2014
Possible explanations
1. It's the aliens trying to break through the H.A.A.R.P. shield into this dimension.
2. Deep underground super secret weapons testing.
3. Quick frozen dinosaurs are thawing out and head butting their way out of those icy cocoons towards the surface.
4. Monsanto has found the worlds seed bank and is batter ramming the massive iron doors.
5. Russia wants Alaska back. They are mining tunnels and building cities down there.
6. It is not earthquakes at all, it is the glacier ice cracking when the laser beams from the Nibirubian space stations are focused on it.
7. The northern gods are having a Polar Bowling Olympics season.

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