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Given that the level of activity in this part of the world following the December 26th has not only NOT decreased but perhaps even increased it raises the very real possibility that a) the plate will collapse or b) that one of the areas volcanos will blow.
Originally posted by Muaddib
Originally posted by dbates
The link you posted isn't available to the public, but I did notice that there was a lot of activity in just the last 2 days in the area you were speaking of.
Whose link is not available to the public?
Originally posted by jaso109
anyone see this yet
a volcano is starting to erupt in sumatra. i dont know much about this one it maybe just a small one.
Originally posted by djohnsto77
I certainly wouldn't be surprised if this does evolve into a geologic cataclysm the likes of which we've never seen in historical times.
Originally posted by Rock Hunter
He is right in the fact that nothing historic is happening, everybody is just focussed on this area because of the media coverage. What is being seen in sumatra and the surrounding region is nothing geologically unusual.
Originally posted by Indy
Want to rethink your comment?
So this is not normal at all, in fact it is quite abnormal
Originally posted by Nygdan
Yes, there are a lot of earthquakes. There've been lots of earthquakes, and there will be lots of earthquakes. But there is nothing that reasonably says that something weird is happening.