***The Newsflash Thread *** Ver.2

Grevlin

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Twice in as many days at FOB Couch Fort, the well pump contactors have been foiled by ants. Never seen this before. Well has had above ground 30"ish water column without pumping. I literally have a tap of fresh water in the ground in front of the pump. It ran like that overnight with no reduction in flow

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Branch...you are saying your well has fresh water streaming up and out on its own...without a pump? :oops:

Gotta be the storm approaching your area...pressure on the water table etc etc. That's WEIRD!
 

Grevlin

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@NoFlyZone

There is a theory that bees can visually see electrical and magnetic fields. There is also a theory that fault lines are electromagnetically connected to the atmosphere.

Assuming those are correct (big if) it's possible that the bees could see electromagnetism increasing before a big quake.
The Earth is a rapidly spinning blob of molten lava. (Maybe a solid core) Then covered with overlapping shells of rock. Then some cracked into huge puzzle pieces. The spinning creates a magnetic field. Then you have iron content in the crust (5%) effected by magnetic fields. Then you have the sun pushing on the Earth's magnetic field, that then pushes on the iron content. All the while its spinning!!!

Crazy shit.

I believe its just the millions of years of time that has allowed it to equalize to the "quiet" level it is these days.
 

Back40

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The Earth is a rapidly spinning blob of molten lava. (Maybe a solid core) Then covered with overlapping shells of rock. Then some cracked into huge puzzle pieces. The spinning creates a magnetic field. Then you have iron content effected by magnetic fields. Then you have the sun pushing on the Earth's magnetic field, that then pushes on the iron content. All the while its spinning!!!

Crazy shit.

I believe its just the millions of years of time that has allowed it to equalize to the quiet level it is these days.
Or, you know, intelligent design... 😉