Monthly Archives: February 2015

Risk increasing of a big earthquake in Oklahoma, says USGS

William Ellsworth of the U.S. Geological Survey says that the risk of a major earthquake in the Oklahoma is increasing, according to this AP story.  He claims these earthquakes are linked to energy drilling in the area.  He lists the … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Here’s a happy song for Valentine’s Day,  Livin’ in the Sunlight, Lovin’ in the Moonlight.  I must say in all my years of listening to old time music, I never heard of this song before this week.  So here is Bernie … Continue reading

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Surprising New Discovery about Plate Tectonics in New Zealand

  Photo credit Reuters ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corp., not American Broadcasting Corp) published on its ABC Science site an article today  (2-5-15) on a new discovery about plate tectonics.  Geologists studying earthquakes in New Zealand have discovered what they describe … Continue reading

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