6.5 Earthquake Hits Prudhoe Bay Region, Hawaii Volcano Stops Erupting

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I find it very interesting that a big earthquake hits the Prudhoe Bay oil fields region right up in the Arctic Circle right after the volcano in Hawaii ceased erupting.  I don’t know if the two events are connected in any way, it is just interesting to see this coincidence.

Lots of aftershocks.  The mega-earthquake/tsunami that destroyed a fair amount of Japanese coastal areas still, years later, shake like jello.  Otherwise, much of the earth was remarkably quiet this week.

A tour of the Prudhoe Bay region on the rough roads there:

Driving the Dalton Highway to Prudhoe Bay – YouTube

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2 responses to “6.5 Earthquake Hits Prudhoe Bay Region, Hawaii Volcano Stops Erupting

  1. KHS71

    I think they will blame it on global warming. If not, I am sure Trump will be blamed.

  2. lou

    repairing where houses should not be,

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