USGS Downgrades Kansas M5.4 Earthquake and NEVER Reports others

USGS Downgrades Kansas M5.4 Earthquake and NEVER Reports others

June 22, 2019– Mary Greeley News – PLAINVILLE, Kan. (WIBW) — An earthquake shook the ground underneath north-central Kansas early Saturday morning.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey earthquake map, the tremblor stuck just before 4 a.m. It was centered about seven miles west of Plainville, north of Hays.

USGS said it registered a 4.4. magnitude but was upgraded to a M4.5.

Another earthquake USGS never reported.

And another earthquake never reported by USGS

Lest not mention the Kansas earthquake be caused by fracking?

There was a after shock of a M2.3 and an M2.1 earthquake USGS never reports.

Most Recent Quakes from the Survey’s Network
ID: 1001457406
UTC Date: 2019-06-22 16:34:46
Local Date: JUN-22-2019, 11:34:46 AM
Latitude: 39.237
Longitude: -99.46
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Magnitude: 2.1
County: Rooks

ID: 1001457405
UTC Date: 2019-06-22 11:38:37
Local Date: JUN-22-2019, 06:38:37 AM
Latitude: 39.234
Longitude: -99.458
View Event on Map
Magnitude: 2.3
County: Rooks

High-volume fluid injection can cumulatively increase underground pore pressure and induce earthquakes in regions unexpectedly far from injection wells, recent Kansas studies show.

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People as far away as Wichita and North Platte, Nebraska, reported feeling the quake. The USGS estimates a 4.0 quake would be felt by a significant portion of the population of the people within a 60-mile radius.

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For reference, a 4.4 magnitude earthquake is 2.5 times stronger than a 4.0 one.

While no other earthquakes were recorded in the past 24 hours in central Kansas, at least four recently struck off the coast of Oregon, two of them registered a 5.4 magnitude.

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Many viewers wrote in overnight to KSN News Facebook and even submitted via KSN ReportIT, sharing their shaky experiences anywhere from 50 to 200 miles of the epicenter of the temblor.

Wendy from Hill City, Kansas asked, “Is it possible I just felt an earthquake about 5 minutes ago? Has there been a report of one or am I going crazy? Lol”

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