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Inexplicable Earthquake Swarm in Canada; “Sounds like dynamite exploding.”

Residents in a small town in Canada called New Brunswick, which is on the northern east coast above Maine has been experiencing some strange seismic activity. It has been reported that they have had a series of small earthquakes over the past month. Check out this article on CanadianBusiness.com

Manmade earthquakes trigger government drill-down into possible fracking link

By Tamsyn Burgmann, The Canadian Press
VANCOUVER – A booming gas extraction process that has environmentalists all shaken up is being probed by two different studies to determine if it’s also causing the depths of Canada to rattle and roll.

The research into whether hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, can trigger earthquakes is being conducted just as a pair of independent papers were released internationally this week suggesting they do.

The studies out of mid-continent U.S. and Britain found that shallow, man-made tremors may be linked to the blasting of water, sand and chemicals deep underground to break open rock to obtain crude oil and natural gas.

Experts and critics alike are waiting for conclusive results from home soil before suggesting industry practices should be altered. Full article


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