This is what happens when you think you’ve solved the mystery just like that:
The Lake Erie water level is 30 inches above normal, meaning the lake has 43.4 trillion extra pounds of water. That extra pressure on the rocks beneath the lake could have played into the earthquake, science suggests. https://t.co/GXsB75QGv9
— clevelanddotcom (@clevelanddotcom) June 10, 2019
Further evidence that those who effing love science generally don’t know a damn thing about it:
Probably not. The earthquake epicenter was 3 km below the earth surface. Lake Erie is on average 60 feet deep. https://t.co/NeHFWUjEYX
— Ginny (@ginthegin) June 11, 2019
Try forcing several zillion gallons of water down below the water table, a stunt tried on several occasions out here in Soonerland, and we’ll talk.