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“In a statement, the Oklahoma Geological Survey said the interpretation that best fits the data is the quake was the result of natural causes but needs further study. The state officials cited new 3-D seismic data, a time lag between injection and the quakes , and the orientation of the faults to say it was natural not induced.”
We're too big to tip over like Guam, but the weight of all those people in the coastal cities is thrusting up the heartland, which caused the earthquake in Oklahoma.
Now all I need is a government grant to study it further before Kansas is affected.