The Chilean volcano is one of the country's many active volcanoes. There's nothing really new here other than it is the real definition of awe, and
awesome. But I do think this volcano is part of something much bigger. I have noticed a small uptick and clustering in the Americas. Particularly,
South America, although I think there was a subtle push along the entire extent of the western coasts. And, much further inland. I know scientist
believe that volcanoes are mostly local and so we can't link any other active world-wide. Well, I'm not an official scientist. (future note- if
anyone in the future wants a full dissertation on how scientist are a lot like priests of time of old, set up a time and well talk- and believe I'll
blow as violently as any volcano- let's wait a few years- i'm busy a present and must wait for my other theories to catch fire. the scientist that
"invented" continental drift had to wait 30 years for a hearing, and Bentz?- he waited 40 years.- yes , i guess it will be a long time...) and,
since I'm not a scientist, I can say that they are all connected. Iceland has just went quiet. Now, we will see the earth's pressure searching for
another place to escape. I am becoming more convinced that there will be a large earthquake in the Americas fairly soon. Those of you that can
remember things I've written the past on this subject will know I am looony. I am a lunar enthusiast. I believe we are going into a powerful "pump"
cycle in the tides. I do think volcanoes react to the pull of the tides. You can find geologists and volcanologists who agree.
Also, I'd like to thank volcanoes for making me happy. Because without you, there'd be nobody or nothing to stop this old dirty ball from getting
all hot and bothered. Since mankind does not have the ability to save itself, I thank "nature's balance" for stepping in to lend a hand. Also, the
sun, for taking a break. I really needed it. I know everyone in the East Americas is sick of the snow, but I don't care. I love it. Didn't phase me
one bit. What would people do if it was a real emergency???
What if all that stuff coming from the sky wasn't snow?
What if it was ash?
We couldn't leave the sidewalks and roads in such a state. The rain would mix with the ash and bring down our roofs. The dust would invaded your home
and invade your lungs. Some people in the world live with volcanoes and can cope. But in our larger cities we can't even handle snow or our own
waste. If Yellowstone blew- image how we wouldn't cope. We had a chance to prepare. We had a window... hmmm
anywho... Keep your eyes open over the next week or so and watch the moon and such. I don't know what it will be specifically, but I can say it will
be weird. I don't know why I say that. I just have a hunch whatever it is it will be very odd and puzzling.
I'm going to take space and write about Yellowstone. I think the uplift has paused. It looks as if uplift was about 5cm. I'm going to find article
"YELLOWSTONE VOLCANO OBSERVATORY MONTHLY UPDATE
Monday, March 2, 2015 11:01 AM MST (Monday, March 2, 2015 18:01 UTC)
YELLOWSTONE VOLCANO (VNUM #325010)
44°25'48" N 110°40'12" W, Summit Elevation 9203 ft (2805 m)
Current Volcano Alert Level: NORMAL
Current Aviation Color Code: GREEN
During February 2015, the University of Utah Seismograph Stations, responsible for the operation and analysis of the Yellowstone Seismic Network,
reports 73 earthquakes were located in the Yellowstone National Park (YNP) region. The largest event was a small earthquake of magnitude 2.4 on
February 03, at 10:17 PM MST, located about 9 miles north northeast of West Yellowstone, Montana.
No earthquake swarm activity was present during February.
Yellowstone earthquake activity in February returned to low background levels.
After a fascinating year of ups and downs, deformation in north-central Yellowstone has returned to near background levels.
Likewise, caldera GPS stations record little, if any, slow uplift. An example can be found at:
(click on Static Plots / Time Series)
The Yellowstone Volcano Observatory (YVO) provides long-term monitoring of volcanic and earthquake activity in the Yellowstone National Park region.
Yellowstone is the site of the largest and most diverse collection of natural thermal features in the world and the first National Park. YVO is one of
the five USGS Volcano Observatories that monitor volcanoes within the United States for science and public safety.
YVO Member agencies: USGS, Yellowstone National Park, University of Utah, University of Wyoming, UNAVCO, Inc., Wyoming State Geological Survey,
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Idaho Geological Survey
Jacob Lowenstern, Scientist-in-Charge
So, the uplift is mentioned and I agree that we are stalled. That is to also say that the ground is not subsiding. If there is a subsidence, then I
will be happy to accept the idea the volcano is just breathing in and out. Rising and falling. That's not exactly what I've seen in the graphs. But
I will wait and watch the graph before jumping to any conclusion.
Of course, part of me has already been there and done that. In my gut I think Yeller' is charging again. I think Idaho and Nevada are part of the