July 4th Quake Centered at Skytop Rocket Propulsion Test Facility; Quake Swarm Appears Mostly Centered in Low Risk Area-Away from Faults

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This area of the US Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake dates from the Manhattan Project. Common sense, as well as eye-witness testimony, indicate that there are underground facilities, as well as above ground ones. We can only speculate as to the extent of the underground network. There are likely old mines in the area, as well. Most likely old mines were expanded and turned into underground tunnel-test facilities. The original M 6.4 earthquake was centered in the area of the Skytop Rocket Propulsion Test Facility, described further below. The quakes appear to be apart from known earthquake faults, or at least apart from any major ones. They are almost entirely within the Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake. CalTech estimated that the original M 6.4 earthquake in the area of Skytop was at a depth of 8.7 km (more shallow the USGS). An article written by Dr. Jennifer Andrews…

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2 comments on “July 4th Quake Centered at Skytop Rocket Propulsion Test Facility; Quake Swarm Appears Mostly Centered in Low Risk Area-Away from Faults

  1. Thanks for the reblog! After disappearing the faultline function for a few days USGS added faults where the original quake was, but without comment or explanation that I’ve found. At least there are experts on record saying no known faults. Plus I’ve found another site which hasn’t updated the faults. Apparently an earthquake could be induced by sound at the same frequency as the rock. This could be an accident, because of all of the experiments they run in that area. And, there are underground tunnels, but I don’t know how extensive. I wish I did. I wonder if they could have an accelerator like at CERN?

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