2015 Earthquake Part 2

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2015 Earthquake Part 2
by PaulaJedi





During the past few months, there seems to have been an increase in earthquake reports.  Maybe something is brewing.  Earthquakes happen all the time. Earth and its plates are not still. But has there truly been an increase in earthquake activity this year?  Let’s take a look. According to sources such as Collective Evolution, New York Times, and the U.S. Geological Survey, there definitely has been an increase in seismic activity in 2015 and many believe it is due to fracking.

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/research/induced/

http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/organizations/u/united_states_geological_survey/index.html?inline=nyt-org

Regardless of the cause, I have a hunch that the United States is due for a huge quake sometime this year.  As per my previous article, http://www.microsingularity.net/2015-earthquake/, my concern has been focused on the New Madrid fault line which runs through the northeastern part of Arkansas.  Fortunately, the power plant lies Northwest of the New Madrid Fault Line, but could the nuclear power plant still be effected by a minor or major earthquake?

According to the map below, the power plant isn’t very far from the White River, which is indirectly connected to the Mississippi River via the Black River.  Also, every major river in the United States, according to this map, appears to be attached to the Mississippi. If nuclear waste would contaminate any of these rivers, could you imagine the devastation due to contamination of our ecosystems and our drinking water?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/54/Mississippirivermapnew.jpg

If you would like to do your own research, more information about Arkansas Nuclear One can be found here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arkansas_Nuclear_One

According to CNN, the reactor is over 30 years old  and is made of the same containment system as the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan.  I believe this would be cause enough to worry during seismic activity.  A second reactor, Arkansas Nuclear Two, is a bit closer to the fault line and the Mississippi River.

http://www.nrc.gov/info-finder/reactor/ano2.html

Again, I would like to point out the devasation that could occur if nuclear waste would enter one of the rivers.

At this point, you may be asking yourself why I believe an earthquake in this area could happen this year. My answer is a bit esoteric and strange.  It is not easy to “prove”.  This is the part of the article that will send skeptical readers running, but one reason is a gut feeling. When I see a map of the United States, my focus seems to be on that general area. My second reason would be due to the time traveler John Titor.  As you probably know, he predicted a status quo change in the year 2015 and I am not personally convinced that this change was due to a literal nuclear war. Perhaps it will be caused by nuclear devastation of a different type.  Third, as I’ve mentioned in previous articles, the Book Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank has been tied to the John Titor story. I have read and studied the book thoroughly and believe that the book mapped out safe zones which surround this Arkansas area. Here is the link again if you’d like to read it:

http://www.microsingularity.net/2015-earthquake/

The “war” in Pat Frank’s Book occurs in December of 2015.

Is it mere coincidence that the author of Alas, Babylon describes, in detail, areas surrounding the Madrid Fault Line, or did he know something when he wrote the book? Was the book written for a purpose other than entertainment? Was the book written to be a message to someone else or perhaps a warning about the future? Furthermore, did the author even realize he made the prediction?  Could he have had a psychic experience without even realizing it? There are so many questions and so many ways to speculate, but I feel that I have provided some evidence that supports the possibility of a disaster happening at the Madrid Fault Line and that it could be related to the above mentioned book and John Titor.  I hope that this offers you some food for thought and that you are preparing for any type of emergency that could come your way.  I don’t want to be right about this “hunch”, but it’s better to be safe than sorry. Don’t stop living life, but keep some emergency supplies on hand just in case. Don’t forget your gas can.