04 Jan 2019 16:15:03
This is an area that I have no expertise what so ever. But I have always been aware that the uk has always had earthquakes/ mild tremors throughout time. I have also taken time to ask the two geologists I’m currently working with. They believe that the shale fracking is unlikely to cause the earthquakes that have been mentioned and believe that they were scapegoats to fit the narrative. They said that as the shale deposits are so shallow that it would be unlikely to be caused by fracking, they did say that this was not definitive and couldn’t be ruled out.


{Ed033's Note - Thanks Browgun; ask the geologists where oil originates from :) No point asking them about the weathering on the Sphinx.

1.) 04 Jan 2019
04 Jan 2019 18:27:20
Lol Ed. It’s actually now something I would like to find out more about. It’s hard to know what is up and what is down in this day and age .

2.) 04 Jan 2019
04 Jan 2019 20:02:24
Be interesting to find out whether the fracking area which suffered the tremors at the time in which they were active on site has had tremors previously when no fracking was active. Just a thought.

{Ed033's Note - good point p1