Within an hour of posting a full video on Fracking earthquakes, we now see a 4.2 magnitude earthquake has struck Central Oklahoma at a fracking operation located fairly close to Oklahoma City.
Watch the most recent earthquake / fracking video here (Rated R for adult language):
The location where this 4.2 magnitude earthquake just occurred is the SAME location which experienced back to back 3.9 magnitude earthquakes LESS THAN 24 hours ago!
Early yesterday (April 18th 2015), we saw four back to back earthquakes strike this location — two separate 3.9M + two separate 3.1M. Both sets of events occurred near this 4.2 magnitude which just occurred (April 19th).
Here are screenshots from yesterdays movement at the same location:
Information from the USGS on this current 4.2 (4.1M revised) earthquake in Oklahoma:
|Magnitude / uncertainty||4.1 mb± 0.1|
|Location / uncertainty||35.941°N 97.344°W± 0.9 km|
|Depth / uncertainty||7.6 km± 6.6|
|Origin Time||2015-04-19 05:27:15.280 UTC|
|Number of Stations||–|
|Number of Phases||36|
|Minimum Distance||18.92 km (0.17°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.22 sec|
|FE Region||Oklahoma (499)|
Update 200am CDT April 19, 2015:
ANOTHER 3.9 magnitude earthquake struck this very same fracking operation after the 4.2M.