Originally posted by Valhall
Hello! Just back to "over-sensationalize" this situation a little bit.
Rainier has developed a consistent "heart beat" very similar to MSH and has continuous indications of possible magmatic encroachment into new rock. Somebody needs to pay attention.
Originally posted by Cohorun
Hello..I live very near crater lake and was wondering if you fine folks would not mind pointing me to the cams and such that you re refering to..
I also lived out in Prineville ( near the siisters). I am very interested and would not mind running around if something need a eyeball on something if you folks needed something like that..
Originally posted by mrsdudara
You know, I really have to wonder what is going to happen. Rainer did this same thing before the big earthquake on Dec. 26th. As well as before the 8 pointers after. It lasted about a month if I remember correctly. Just kept getting stronger and stronger and they finaly mentioned it in a Seattle newspaper. Do you think Rainier is going to blow, or do you think there is going to be another quake?
ok, after I posted this I checked out the usgs and the new madrid is freaking out. I really hope the next quake is not here
SO positive thinking everyone......Rainier is just snoring a little loud. It will stop and nothing will come of it, and it will be a pretty happy sunny day
[edit on 30-9-2005 by mrsdudara]
On the basis of the large area of damage (600,000 square kilometers), the widespread area of perceptibility (5,000,000 square kilometers), and the complex physiographic changes that occurred, the Mississippi River valley earthquakes of 1811-1812 rank as some of the largest in the United States since its settlement by Europeans. The area of strong shaking associated with these shocks is two to three times larger than that of the 1964 Alaska earthquake and 10 times larger than that of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
You know, I really have to wonder what is going to happen. Rainer did this same thing before the big earthquake on Dec. 26th. As well as before the 8 pointers after
Originally posted by DDay
Really? Do you have a link for that? Now that is an interesting twist and you could be onto something. If we could compare the activity Rainer had before the tsunami to the current activity we might could find a correlation. I wonder if most or all volcano's get jumpy before a huge event even as far as Sumatra?