So water mains have been an ongoing problem that is related to infrastructure but not all water main breaks. The following is a map of just the most recent water main breaks that the earth has experienced.
Notice how on the eastern part of the United States you have string of water main breaks, and these are just water main breaks for the past week. Some water main breaks were plotted in 2013, but now all of them, if we were able to track water main breaks everyday there would many more markers on this map.
The yellow markers represent loud booms, notice how the water main breaks are near the loud booms areas, which have also experienced earthquakes as brought out by researcher the United Knowledge:
There is without a doubt something big that is developing on the east coast, and this is nothing to fear, preparing for the worst and hoping for the best is a good way to go, as we have seen with the recent water contamination in Fema region 3, unexpected things can happen quickly.
The earth is experiencing an earthquake uptick with a 6.4 earthquake in Puerto Rico on Monday, which is one of the larger earthquakes for the area. A staggering 70 after shocks have been reported since the earthquake took place. – source
|4.6||M+||SOUTH OF FIJI ISLANDS|
|6.4||M+||PUERTO RICO REGION|
|4.2||M+||NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY|
|4.8||M+||SOUTHEAST INDIAN RIDGE|
|4.8||M+||KEPULAUAN TALAUD, INDONESIA|
The Shiveluch Volcano in Kamchatka shows powerful eruptions of lava. Kyushu had a small eruption and a significant increase in the past 12 hours.
The Suwanose volcano in the Tokara Islands in Japan has elevated activity at the time.
The Sinabung volcano in Indonesia has overall high levels of seismic activity. Continued activity is taking place at the Dukone volcano in Halmahera with ash plumes rising to 10,000 feet in altitude.
Ambrym in Vanuatu shows active lava lakes as well as stombolian activity. Popocateptl has shown increased activity with explosions and ash plumes yesterday.
Santa Maria volcano in Guatemala has shown small explosions and intense degassing. Pacaya volcano shows a decrease back to normal levels.
Fuego volcano in Guatemala has shown elevated but slowly decreasing activity. Nevado del Huila volcano in Columbia experienced a 4.5 earthquake at 06:07 local time, and a swarm of volcanic quakes, reaching 600 total.
So recently there was a large outbreak of fireballs on the east coast of the United States, with the updated total for AMS event 92 at 302 reports total. For today we have a total of 35 reports of fireballs reported, with today’s event located in Colorado and one viewer hearing sound.
111 reports are currently impending an investigation, spanning across several states such as Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey and much more. Keep in mind according to people reporting on these events, the fireballs are nothing like they have ever seen quote, “It was nothing I have ever seen before!”. – source