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Yellowstone Quake Swarm Ongoing- Produces M4.5 Quake

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posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 01:28 PM
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I hate to be the bearer of bad news, here. When Mt. St. Helens blew her top in 1980, this fulfilled a Nostradamic Prophecy. I'm not aware of any more volcanic prophecies, beyond that one. "The Great Round Mountain, seven Stadia wide, with hot roiling waters, " lahars" running down to the Sea". Ranier, et al, would pour their lahars into Puget Sound, but not directly into the Pacific, like St. Helens, and Hood.

The next biggie, per Nosty, is; " stones hidden in the star's beard ", a comet's tail. Hitting the Earth, driving the seas hectic. This one is all too real, and it's not very far out in our future. My son's christened names are solutions for Nosty's anagrams in the names of his two oldest sons, Michael and Cezar'. Nosty, later wrote verses about his three sons and three daughters, " The Three Sisters ", which immortalize these sibs. You can check out some of my older posts to get a better handle on how these three "Little Darlins", will decode my own name.

In one of my own visions, and yes, I've also looked backwards and seen Nosty, watching me, my son comes out of a revetment, into a "Bright Nights", surreal twilight. This was last photographed back in 1908, in the weeks following the Tunguska, Impactor. Draw a string over a Globe from Tunguska, Siberia, to Edinburgh, Scotland, and then take that same string, and stretch it from the Idaho panhandle, Eastwards, out over the Atlantic.

This phenomenon is something akin to the rainbow. People took crude photos, ( 1908 photography ), in Holland and Scotland, as late as 11:00 P.M. These photos have survived and are of boat sails and church steeples, which reflected the light. It's a strange diaphanous light which seems to come from everywhere. Worst of all, my son, who is in his mid thirties today, and starting to show a bald spot, will have adopted a Trumpian hair weave; "Trumpador?". He loved Obama, eight years ago, and detested Trump. So, The Donald, must pull a mean rabbit out of his hat, in the near future, for my son, Mr. high and tight, to start copying him. Since my son wasn't bent down with old age in my vision, I give this from about 20 to 40 years out, at the latest, to be fulfilled. Since I've just turned Seventy, I won't be around to see it.

Back on topic; This big bad boy from the skies, can and will, set off all kinds of volcanic and tectonic surprises. The last time this happened was around twelve thousand years ago, and it set off a world wide series of volcanoes. The closest one, that blew it's top, at that time, is known today as Field Springs/Puffer Butte. On cold, clear days, you can sometimes see it puffing away. South Eastern Washington State, was a good place to grow up in, up to 1969. Idaho, is a better, and freer place, today.

My message here is not to worry about the 350 year Cascadia Quakes, or the 600,000 year Yellowstone Super eruptions. Our Northern Hemisphere is due for a catastrophic heavenly visitor, before those long ticking clocks cause much trouble. And if one or two of the big Pacific Coast faults do let go, tomorrow, then we probably won't have to dodge them, once again, in the next "Bright Nights", impacts. Tunguska, and just recently, Chelyabinsk were both air blasts, but Nosty says that his future impactor will strike both land and sea. So it will be a smaller version of the monster comet, Shoemaker Levy 9, slamming into Jupiter a few years ago. Ouch!




posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 01:34 PM
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a reply to: carpooler

What about Etna or Pinatubo since them, to name two of many? St. Helens was powerful but not nearly as historically catastrophic compared to if we'd had no clue whatsoever it was coming. I still don't trust that huge old caldera under Yellowstone.



posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 01:41 PM
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Latest Update:
Quakes have sort of leveled off for a while here, into a more or less steady stream of seismicity below 2.5, with the last couple of largest ones at 2.7 in the main swarm east of Hebgen Lake.

The other two swarms closer to Norris haven't been showing much if any activity, so those swarms may be over, for all intents and purposes.

Last I heard, the NEIC had become involved in the monitoring at Yellowstone. As to why all of a sudden they are reporting on weekends (which they didn't used to), note that they've only reported the two 2.7's so far. There have been many, MANY more quakes than that. So for one, they must have lowered the weekend reporting threshold down to about 2.5+, when it used to be 3.5 or 3.0 at one point. I know that for a fact, from my scientific contacts. As to the rest of the smaller quakes, those will usually get back filled in the upcoming weeks, as they get to it- and from the largest magnitudes downwards. Now this is for the main USGS earthquake map we all know at:
USGS Map

Keep in mind that if instead you watch the monitoring page at the YVO, a couple more of the smaller ones have been posted:
volcanoes.usgs.gov...
That map gives a more up to date version of the quakes, but even it does not show the whole picture. This shows the whole daily picture:
isthisthingon.org...
And even that lags some 10-15 minutes behind real time.

To get any more up to date than that, you'd have to get into real time monitoring of live data feeds, the way a few of us do here. And yeah, it's kind of complicated, as you'd need to learn to run a program- but worse- you'd have to learn to interpret seismic data. And that's where things get messy real quick.
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posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 02:23 PM
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Yellowstone is almost constantly going through waves of quake clusters, normally. As far as the recent 4.5 or whatever it was, I'm not sure how commonly they reach that magnitude, but I know they've been a good deal stronger on occasion.

The major indicators of a potential significant event, from the geological articles I read on the caldera, would be consistent strong activity accompanied by highly accelerated topographic change. Such as the rate of land over the chamber rising or subsiding, suddenly increasing several fold. And increased geothermal and gaseous release to unrecorded levels along with it.
Also, rapid subsurface temperature increase. As far as what rapid, highly accelerated and unprecedented actually mean in terms of specific measurements, I don't know. But I'm sure the averages are available to review.
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edit on 18-6-2017 by pfishy because: Clarity, and tequila is awesome.



posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 03:00 PM
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originally posted by: pfishy
The major indicators of a potential significant event, from the geological articles I read on the caldera, would be consistent strong activity accompanied by highly accelerated topographic change. Such as the rate of land over the chamber rising or subsiding, suddenly increasing several fold. And increased geothermal and gaseous release to unrecorded levels along with it.
Also, rapid subsurface temperature increase. As far as what rapid, highly accelerated and unprecedented actually mean in terms of specific measurements, I don't know. But I'm sure the averages are available to review.


In most volcanoes, yes. In supervolcanoes however, that is a subject of ongoing debate. The sheer weight of the massive amount of rock on top of the magma chamber may prevent much uplift, and magma may find its way to the surface through individual vents- many, many of them. And there are many, many, known vents already found at YS. It's a different beast altogether.



posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 04:11 PM
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a reply to: TrueAmerican

Ill subscribe too TA, after seeing these crazy ones on youtube this last week, im half tossing around reposting one of my videos from the park and telling everybody its erupting as we speak just to see how many hits it gets!!!

Ive been away for a while, glad to see some familiar faces still monitoring this beast. I went to the park 9 years straight, and am planning on one this August again.

How many doom porn folks would fall for it if I posted this eruption????

www.youtube.com...



posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 04:19 PM
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I'd sure like to have Michio Kaku's take on all of this!



posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 04:23 PM
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a reply to: dianajune

He'd probably consult a geologist or vulcanologist. I honestly have no idea if i spelled or even used that second term correctly, but an expert on big lava-shooty rock piles, is what I meant by it.



posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 10:17 PM
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imagines filling a 2l bottle with vinegar half way then dumping baking soda in it and quickly capping it and waitin for it to explode.... lol
a super volcano would have the same effect....end up a massive pop cap caldera...



posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 10:17 PM
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Another estimated 2.9 to 3.1 just hit, so looks like there's still some juice left to this swarm. This may or may not appear on the USGS maps tonight, not sure.

ETA: yup, just popped up:
earthquake.usgs.gov...

2.9 automatic, might be raised to 3.0 or so.
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and yup #2- they just raised it to 3.0...
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posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 10:44 PM
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Thanks for all the work TA! I finally made it to the Park just about a year ago, a day after the kid fell into one of the geysers in Norris Basin and dissolved... Definitely a place every American should visit... We're in the somewhat immediate destruction zone if she goes full tilt (SE WA ID border)... So hoping she keeps her lid on!



posted on Jun, 19 2017 @ 01:30 PM
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a reply to: TrueAmerican

M 3.0 - 14km NNE of West Yellowstone, Montana
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DYFI?
Time
2017-06-19 03:12:10 (UTC)
Location
44.786°N 111.025°W
Depth
10.5 km



posted on Jun, 19 2017 @ 01:39 PM
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a reply to: TrueAmerican

I am always wondering what causes this effect? The larger earthquakes never seem to be in the USA area.



posted on Jun, 19 2017 @ 01:42 PM
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posted on Jun, 19 2017 @ 01:59 PM
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a reply to: pfishy
As is normally the case, Pinatubo only hiccuped. It has done terribly more in the past, vis a vie, it's solidified lahars.

Now, Honest Injun, I posted my screed above, before I went over to Drudge, yesterday. Holy Lordy, now some rogue Brazilian Exorcists are channeling the devil, and getting back that Satan says there is a meteorite coming down into the Atlantic, which will wipe out the U.S.A. But if this is real, it's still coming from the Father of Lies, himself.

Maybe the U.S.A. might collapse, politically, under our mountain of debt, but what about the other entities surrounding the Atlantic Ocean? The tectonics following a single large impactor, may just set off so many faults and vulcanism around the world, that the more remote areas could get hit worse, than the coastal ones.



posted on Jun, 20 2017 @ 01:54 AM
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looking at the seismo's on isthisthingon.org...
I notist that the seismo's 6/19/ and 6/20 are almost indentical ??????
weird ore ?



posted on Jun, 20 2017 @ 07:48 AM
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Long time lurker, first time poster here. I always enjoy reading the threads posted by author. Keep up the good work!

I'm always disappointed that every time there's an event the MSM picks it up as doom porn.

I have a question about a fact I saw on a different website, is it true that the magma under Yellowstone contains a high amount of carbon which would be environmentally disastrous when the next eruption takes place?

Thanks!



posted on Jun, 20 2017 @ 12:34 PM
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a reply to: SpartanStoic

Welcome, to this forum. UH! CO2 is probably the least thing to worry about. Prof. Lowenstein, of the YVO has mapped the 530 AD eruption of Krakatau, in Indonesia, as being what threw Europe into the Sixth and Seventh Centurys' Dark Ages. So another 530 AD class eruption means over a hundred year long volcanic winter. CO2, may even ameliorate things a little.

There was an earlier eruption at Krakatau, in 450 AD. This one wasn't as bad, but it still knocked the Italians' agriculture in the head. When the Roman farmers realized that they weren't going to get a decent crop within 15 years, their deferred Capita Taxes, forced them to go out onto the Appian Way, and offer the first tribe of Barbarians, which they encountered, the Kingship of Roma, if they would get them out from under their bureaucracy. So, Odoacer, the King of the Goths, became King of Rome, in 474 AD.

Odoacer, left his imprint, by outlawing homosexuality, and ordering that one man marry one woman. This created our nuclear family, which has saved Western Civilization, for now, over 1500 years. The Roman homosexual corporations dissolved, and they relocated to convents and monasteries, in the derelict Roman villas, which were previously called Fundi, This is where our modern word fundamental comes from.

The Vatican didn't like this, but they went along with it. Rome only had about 14000 souls going into the Dark Ages, and soon sheep were grazing in the old public squares. The Byzantine Emperor detested these Goths, and sent an army which ran them out of Italy, by denying them access to Roman grain crops in North Africa. The Goths had no navy whatsoever, so they decamped for Iberia, and coastal Gaul. Then the Byzantines sent a tribe called Alans to keep them penned up South of the Pyrenees, The Alans were based in Lot, so we get Alans of Lot, creating the mythical Lancelot, who guards an old Roman bridge into Iberia, keeping out the vermin. Prof. Linda Malcor and Prof. John C. Littleton, discovered this and wrote a book on Arthurian Legends, dealing with the earlier Lucius Artorious Castus. So all three tribes, Sarmatians, Goths, and Alans, were forcibly moved from the Eastern edges of the Roman Empire to it's Western borders, by the Emperors, Marcus Aurelius and Theodoric, two hundred years plus, apart.

More than likely, part of your family tree, included some of these Eurasians. And it's all because of those two volcanic winters, in the Northern Hemisphere. Before he passed on, Prof. Littleton, wrote that he was nonplussed that he didn't have any Sarmatian DNA. So these deep DNA fingerprints will clear things up, as time marches on.

For my own part, my Munich, Germany, Genealogist, says that my YDNA tells her that I'm descended from Vikings. And those same two volcanic winters, had to have also knocked the daylights out of Scandinavia. " Pardon my pun".



posted on Jun, 21 2017 @ 06:36 AM
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a reply to: TrueAmerican

How you reckon?



posted on Jun, 21 2017 @ 09:26 AM
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a reply to: carpooler

Thanks for the detailed info and history!




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