Maybe it is time to take a good, long look at what is happening in New Madrid states and beyond. In St. Louis, Missouri, alone, at least 12 water mains burst the last three days of August.
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What would cause so many water mains to break in just days? Could Planet X (Nibiru) and an increasingly violent earth wobble be the culprit? You bet!
To keep the public as uninformed as possible about just how bad the earth wobble has become (as if you can hide landslides, collapsing buildings, earthquakes, and the like), the USGS stopped providing shake data on their Live Internet Seismic Server (LISS) charts, without even an attempt at an explanation. Since mid-August, the charts have read: “Sorry, telemetry data are presently unavailable . . .”
Are you a little bit concerned?
Take a gander at the extraordinary number of water main breaks, most in New Madrid states, for just the last four days of August (Aug 28-31).
- Alabama – Birmingham (Aug 31) - a break created 80 ft high geyser for more than 8 hours
- Arkansas – Fayetteville (Aug 28)
- Illinois – Evanston (Aug 29)
- Indiana – Fort Wayne (Aug 28)
- Indiana – Fort Wayne (Aug 31)
- Missouri – St. Louis (at least 12 water mains burst last 3 days of Aug)
- Missouri – St. Louis University (Aug 30)
- Nebraska – Omaha (Aug 29)
- Ohio – Cincinnati (Aug 28)
- Ohio – Circleville (Aug 28)
- Ohio – North Canton (Aug 29)
- Ohio – Sabrina (Aug 29)
- Pennsylvania – Uniontown (Aug 31)
- Texas – Braunfels (Aug 30)
- Virginia – Portsmouth (Aug 28)
- Virginia – Norfolk (Aug 28)
- West Virginia – Berkeley (Aug 30)
Add to this list, water main breaks in La Jolla and San Anselmo, California (Aug 28 and 31); Pikesville, Maryland (Aug 30); Tewksbury, Massachusetts (Aug 29); in Harrison and Roseland, New Jersey (Aug 28 and 29); Newport and Oswego, Oregon (Aug 30); and Kenmore, Washington (Aug 29).
(Note: The number of large earthquakes and quake swarms, sinkholes, house and other explosions, collapsing buildings, exploding transformers and manhole covers was also extraordinary for this four day period. And, lest we forget, a few days before this rash of water main breaks, the giant Louisiana, which is still growing, sucked down trees and land.)
Expect to see a lot more of these incidents as Planet X (Nibiru) comes closer to earth and the earth wobble intensifies. There's a whole lotta shakin' going on.