Rare earthquake warning issue for state of Oklahoma

The Extinction Protocol

May 2014OKLAHOMA– Mile for mile, there are almost as many earthquakes rattling Oklahoma as California this year. This major increase in seismic shaking led to a rare earthquake warning today (May 5) from the U.S. Geological Survey and the Oklahoma Geological Survey. In a joint statement, the agencies said the risk of a damaging earthquake — one larger than magnitude 5.0 — has significantly increased in central Oklahoma. Geologists don’t know when or where the state’s next big earthquake will strike, nor will they put a number on the increased risk. We haven’t seen this before in Oklahoma, so we had some concerns about putting a specific number on the chances of it,” Robert Williams, a research geophysicist with the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program in Golden, Colorado, told Live Science. “But we know from other cases around the world that if you have an increasing number of…

View original post 406 more words

Advertisements

We are to live …

We are to live in the land with all the animals not destroy our land and our animals. Live together with respect, kindness, unity,  working together to build a planet where we all thrive as one for a better future for all living life form in our planet.