Earthquake in Texas

Yep you read the title right, For awhile now I was curious if Texas was immune to Earthquakes and I got my answer tonight when my cousin(who lives in Kingsville,Tx) wrote on her fb about it.


<a href="http://www.sott.net/articles/show/207478-US-Earthquake-Magnitude-4-0-Southern-Texas">http://www.sott.net/articles/show/207478-US-Earthquake-Magnitude-4-0-Southern-Texas</a>


I don't think there was any damage, she said she didn't even feel it, Where it happen was maybe 25-40 minutes away. It was a 4.0. But now I am really curious, am I the only one that has been noticing more of these occurrence more and more lately?

Just think about all the earthquakes we been having all over the world, and a volcano blowing its top, is there something the Earth is trying to tell us?

Just curious questions from a very curious person here. Whats your intake in the matter?

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3 replies since 25th April 2010 • Last reply 25th April 2010

hiya Sug, i feel like that as well about the Earth, that us humans are not looking after our mother so she is letting us know... i also feel that the atom smashing machine that the scientists made hasn't helped, when it was first switched on, it broke down straight away ( act of God??) but then they go and switch it back on * bl***y idiots* :-/ ...after the second switch on, the weather became rather crazy for a while ( but then again, my friends and family reckon i'm a big conspiracy theorist...lol ^_^ )
anyhoos, this is just my own ramblings going on in my head so i hope i haven't offended or upset anyone ( my mum usually starts getting panicked when i talk about stuff like this...)

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Mother Earth is in a perment state of flux. There are many earthquakes and eruptions going on all the time. It's just that we notice them when they affect populated areas. The cracks and fissures in the Earth's crust are constantly moving creating new hills and crevaces. There are hundreds of eruptions deep under the sea. I don't think there are any more than before, just that the ones that have happened recently have affected us more and with the technology we have now we get to know about more of the rumblings. The Earth's crust will continue to move and change our landscapes we just have to give more thought to where we build our homes.

As a Pagan I follow the changing seasons and welcome the changes as It's the balance of nature. Nature always will find a way on natural selection and continuity, although not always the way we expect. Hopefully we as custodians of our environment can learn to live peacefully within this balance so we can enjoy it Happy

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we sometimes get earthquakes here, the earth is in a constant sate of flux, it is possible to have a earthquake anywhere, but areas like Japan, California, Chile which are on the cusp of two plates, earthquakes happen more often

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