It’s cool, these earthquake are au naturale, reportedly. The Texas Railroad Commission found no link between the 4.0 magnitude earthquake that hit North Texas on May 7 and nearby disposal wells, the agency announced Friday, even though the quake prompted regulators to temporarily shut down five disposal wells within a 100-square-mile radius.
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