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Oklahoma Earthquake Today 2013 Strikes Stillwater

Oklahoma Earthquake Today 2013 Strikes Stillwater



LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – An Oklahoma earthquake today 2013 has struck Stillwater. An Oklahoma earthquake today November 18, 2013 has struck outside of Oklahoma City. No reports of injuries have been reported by local news.

Officials tell news that a 3.0 magnitude Oklahoma earthquake today began just after 2:37 am local time. The quake had virtually no depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake started only three miles below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the region.

Mapping reveals that the quake was west of Tulsa and Bixby. It was situated east of Enid and northeast of Oklahoma City as well. USGS indicates to news that the quake was five miles east of Stillwater. It started thirty miles east of Guthrie and forty-one miles south of Ponca City. The quake started forty-two miles east of Edmond and fifty-four miles northeast of Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma earthquakes have been striking quick frequently this winter and during other parts of the year. In April a 3.5 magnitude quake hit east of Oklahoma City. The quake was south of Perry and Ponca City, west of Sand Springs and Tulsa. The quake was also east of El Reno and Clinton, USGS told news.

In January a comparable quake began five miles north west of Jones. The quake was six miles east of Edmond and nine miles northwest of Choctaw. USGS also told news that the quake was eleven miles north of Midwest City.

In July a 3.3 magnitude quake was thirty-four miles west of Ponca City and forty-five miles north of Stillwater. The quake was also only forty-eight miles northwest of Guthrie and roughly seventy-five miles north of Oklahoma City.

1 Comment

  1. ChemE

    November 19, 2013 at 11:05 am

    I am a Chemical Engineer in Atlanta. My research is telling me the booms in the atmosphere and Earthquakes over Oklahoma City are possibly being triggered by the 6 or 7 high powered Doppler Weather radars pulsing a few megawatts of energy (enough to power a few thousand homes) continuously into the atmosphere over Oklahoma City and the surrounding area. Think of the atmosphere as a capacitor charging/discharging that energy to the Earth, which acts as a battery and you will understand. 10 months of data collection in Florida show me there are increased algae blooms, sinkholes and fish kills near Doppler towers. They have the highest concentration of Dopplers in Oklahoma City which were recently upgraded and added to since they do weather research at the NWS located there. The Enid area Doppler tower may have triggered the large fish kill near Enid last Summer. This energy absorbed by the atmosphere may trigger more storms/lightning and an increase in weakly ionizing background radiation, which is bad for biology as it discharges to the Earth. I can find NO scientific studies on long term effects of this amount of microwave radiation beamed over our heads. The klystron element in a Doppler Tower is similar to the klystron in your microwave oven.

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