Animals fleeing Yellowstone? Impending EQ or other sign?

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posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 12:35 AM
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Meditationplus
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Maybe April 8th-14th will bring us more enlightenment on the subject. As mars approaches us at 300 km every minute we might be under the effect of its gravity a bit. April 8th-14th something big may happen would be my prediction. I hope many read this and check out the article. I also read a few independent news outlets who are constantly predicting weather patterns and have now connected the sun directly to earth. As the sun reaches its minimum low we somehow are correspondingly weakening to a low here on earth too. I watch this news cast in the mornings for some understanding of many internet available facts and some output by the displayer as well.... he does a great job introducing astrological and terrestrial information.

science.nasa.gov...

www.youtube.com...

^^^ Does a news cast every morning and sometimes in the evening.... Worth watching


Thanks for the links. This from the first one caught my attention:



Remarkably, on the same night that Mars is closest to Earth, there will be a total lunar eclipse. The full Moon of April 14-15 will turn as red as the Red Planet itself.


Definitely sounds like good conditions for studying the possible ability of planetary gravitational force to influence seismic activity on Earth.
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posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 07:25 AM
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Rezlooper
When this was first reported a few weeks ago, it came out like it really had scientists worried, but then they started downplaying it right away.

Nope.
The bloggers who misinterpretated the report findings, and their readers who immediately went into doom-porn mode were worried. Then the YVO scientists released informational statements to try and clear up the confusion.

Rezlooper
Granted, experts say this helium has been releasing for millions of years, they just recently said that there is up to a thousand times more gas emitting than they had previously thought anticipated.
Here is the Los Angeles Times story about it.

Los Angeles Times story on helium release
(Bolding is mine, and I fixed that last part for you--it makes a difference.)



Rezlooper
So, a few weeks ago helium gas starts emitting and there are a few reports of animals fleeing the park.

Nope. The report was published in the journal Nature a few weeks ago, and as you stated above, the helium has been escaping from the ancient crustal rocks that the Yellowstone magma moved under for at least 2 million years.

There is no doubt that the uplift north of the Norris Basin, and the associated quakes bear watching, but the helium -4 releases aren't new, or directly related to these recent events.

I think this has already been posted in this thread, but in case anyone missed it--from Yellowstone National Park on 31 March, 2014, concerning the bison & earthquakes: Rumor Control

edit on 4/4/2014 by Olivine because: clarifying, like butter



posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 10:33 AM
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So why do they have weather reports warning about tornadoes and hurricanes? Why do they get on tv and ask people to evacuate or take cover? That just doesn't jive with your version of things where they don't warn us because they don't want a panic. I fell pretty confident tbat if there was something to warn us about that they would not hesitate to do so.
Volcanoes unlike earthquakes usually go through a series of events leading up to an eruption. They rarely surprise people any more. Earthquakes don't give any warnings or show outward signs. They just happen without warning.
We watched Mt St.Helen for weeks before it blew. It didn't surprise anyone. Well blowing out sideways was a surprise but not the fact that it blew.
If there was a danger they would be warning folks. They couldn't hope to get away with not warning us.



posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 10:54 AM
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soficrow
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Worth watching imho. Animals DO know things.


FOX News: Animals leaving Yellowstone Park

WYOMING – An animal exodus at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming has residents and tourists wondering if they know something they don’t.
Bison and many other animals are leaving Yellowstone in droves, and its prompting theories that minor earthquakes in the area could soon set off the Yellowstone Super Volcano.
A series of smaller quakes have hit the region over the past few weeks, and the more earthquakes hit an area, the more chances a volcano may be activated from its dormant state.
yep and the story said the animals were actually going into the park. LOL



posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 10:59 AM
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A storm is a lot easier to predict timing wise, and it's a local event.

A super volcano erupting would affect entire regions, possibly the entire nation.


The worst case scenario for Mt St Helens was still only going to be a local event, massive deaths were never predicted.

If Yellowstone goes there will be lots of deaths.

www.theepochtimes.com...

Mt St Helens is a mustard burp by comparison.



posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 11:16 AM
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I have a question and maybe it is an answer:

Could it be that the animals are just migrating? During the winter months, the food supply is short and for such large animals, the competition for resources would spur them to move to where there are vegetation for them to eat. Buffalo and other wild animals are not like cows that will eat and kill the native plants, but tend to graze and move on, they move out over wide areas. Historically then ranged over hundreds if not thousands of miles, and it could simply be an urge to migrate.



posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 11:52 AM
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This video has been debunked:

Scientists dismiss video of bison ‘fleeing’ Yellowstone National Park over volcano fears


(Reuters) – Yellowstone National Park assured guests and the public on Thursday that a super-volcano under the park was not expected to erupt anytime soon, despite an alarmist video that claimed bison had been seen fleeing to avoid such a calamity.

Yellowstone officials, who fielded dozens of calls and emails since the video went viral this week following an earthquake in the park, said the video actually shows bison galloping down a paved road that leads deeper into the park.

“It was a spring-like day and they were frisky. Contrary to online reports, it’s a natural occurrence and not the end of the world,” park spokeswoman Amy Bartlett said.



posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 01:19 PM
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soficrow
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Worth watching imho. Animals DO know things.


FOX News: Animals leaving Yellowstone Park

WYOMING – An animal exodus at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming has residents and tourists wondering if they know something they don’t.
Bison and many other animals are leaving Yellowstone in droves, and its prompting theories that minor earthquakes in the area could soon set off the Yellowstone Super Volcano.
A series of smaller quakes have hit the region over the past few weeks, and the more earthquakes hit an area, the more chances a volcano may be activated from its dormant state.
yep and the story said the animals were actually going into the park. LOL


No - the last sentence said the bison in the viral video were going into the park, but the headline and first paragraph read as follows:


FOX News: Animals leaving Yellowstone Park

WYOMING – An animal exodus at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming has residents and tourists wondering if they know something they don’t.
Bison and many other animals are leaving Yellowstone in droves, and its prompting theories that minor earthquakes in the area could soon set off the Yellowstone Super Volcano.
A series of smaller quakes have hit the region over the past few weeks, and the more earthquakes hit an area, the more chances a volcano may be activated from its dormant state.



......Then again, it is FOX. Not the most reliable source.







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posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 07:44 PM
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Hmmmmmmm
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A storm is a lot easier to predict timing wise, and it's a local event.

A super volcano erupting would affect entire regions, possibly the entire nation.


The worst case scenario for Mt St Helens was still only going to be a local event, massive deaths were never predicted.

If Yellowstone goes there will be lots of deaths.

www.theepochtimes.com...
Mt St Helens is a mustard burp by comparison.


The implications of not warning would be on a global level. Americans would not be the only people affected. The fact that like the sky the geophysical patterns of the planet are observed by many more people than just gov't scientists and though amateurs would be subject to increased scrutiny,
if there was really something going on they would start to make noise and the warnings would still have to be made.



posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 07:58 PM
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sdcigarpig
I have a question and maybe it is an answer:

Could it be that the animals are just migrating? During the winter months, the food supply is short and for such large animals, the competition for resources would spur them to move to where there are vegetation for them to eat. Buffalo and other wild animals are not like cows that will eat and kill the native plants, but tend to graze and move on, they move out over wide areas. Historically then ranged over hundreds if not thousands of miles, and it could simply be an urge to migrate.


The thing I've been taking with a grain of salt here too is that this has been and continues to be an unusually tough winter. It may have forced animals into an abnormal pattern of movements relative to what has been observed in the recent past. So, the elk herd is down, but it's been how cold with how much snow?



posted on Apr, 5 2014 @ 04:00 AM
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There might be something to it. Animals can feel or even hear the tremors, sulfur gases vents out in some areas to the point where you can smell it, and I wouldn't be too surprised if those same sulfur gases affect how the grass tastes for the grazing animals. (Most people think "oh, those are just dumb ol' buffalo", but they likely have enough common sense to know when something isn't right and understand the best plan is to get the hell out.) To be certain, we'll probably have to wait a few more months after weather settles and migration patterns can be ruled out.

Thing is, I wouldn't want to be hanging around there seeing some of the current trends with what we can detect with our latest and greatest technology. The clusters on the earthquake maps are forming four or five fairly distinct lines which I'd presume indicative of expanding fractures, and if you look up the elevation change data based off of GPS survey data or sensors at Yellowstone it's definitely on an uptick lately. (The USGS elevation change chart is probably worth keeping an eye on more than the relatively constant earthquakes at this point.)





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