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Cascades - Disturbing Activity at St Helens & Rainier!!

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posted on Jan, 28 2004 @ 11:40 AM
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Another quake in the "Ring of Fire"

5.5 in Papa New Guinea

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2004/01/28 10:10 M 5.5 NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G. Z= 33km 5.54S 151.81E

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A magnitude 5.5 earthquake IN THE NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G. has occurred at: 5.54S 151.81E Depth 33km Wed Jan 28 10:10:25 2004 UTC

Time: Universal Time (UTC) Wed Jan 28 10:10:25 2004
Time Near Epicenter Wed Jan 28 20:10:25 2004
Eastern Standard Time (EST) Wed Jan 28 05:10:25 2004
Central Standard Time (CST) Wed Jan 28 04:10:25 2004
Mountain Standard Time (MST) Wed Jan 28 03:10:25 2004
Pacific Standard Time (PST) Wed Jan 28 02:10:25 2004
Alaska Standard Time (AST) Wed Jan 28 01:10:25 2004
Hawaii Standard Time (HST) Wed Jan 28 00:10:25 2004

Location with respect to nearby cities:
150 km (95 miles) SSW of Rabaul, New Britain, PNG (pop 17,000)
180 km (110 miles) SW of Taron, New Ireland, PNG
670 km (415 miles) NE of PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea
2430 km (1510 miles) N of Brisbane, Australia

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Flinn-Engdahl Region Number = 192

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posted on Jan, 28 2004 @ 12:23 PM
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How about this listing in the past few days...

Many of them are in the "Ring of Fire" area.

earthquake.usgs.gov...

Peace,

+Jammer



posted on Jan, 28 2004 @ 05:50 PM
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There goes another biggie!!

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2004/01/28 22:15 M 6.7 SERAM, INDONESIA Z= 33km 3.22S 127.22E

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A magnitude 6.7 earthquake IN SERAM, INDONESIA has occurred at: 3.22S 127.22E Depth 33km Wed Jan 28 22:15:33 2004 UTC

Time: Universal Time (UTC) Wed Jan 28 22:15:33 2004
Time Near Epicenter Thu Jan 29 07:15:33 2004
Eastern Standard Time (EST) Wed Jan 28 17:15:33 2004
Central Standard Time (CST) Wed Jan 28 16:15:33 2004
Mountain Standard Time (MST) Wed Jan 28 15:15:33 2004
Pacific Standard Time (PST) Wed Jan 28 14:15:33 2004
Alaska Standard Time (AST) Wed Jan 28 13:15:33 2004
Hawaii Standard Time (HST) Wed Jan 28 12:15:33 2004

Location with respect to nearby cities:
115 km (75 miles) WNW of Ambon, Moluccas, Indonesia (pop 313,000)
445 km (275 miles) S of Ternate, Moluccas, Indonesia
1095 km (680 miles) NNW of Darwin, Australia
2295 km (1420 miles) E of JAKARTA, Java, Indonesia

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Flinn-Engdahl Region Number = 272

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posted on Jan, 29 2004 @ 07:56 PM
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Uh...folks. Baker, after a month of bizarre behavior has gone stone-cold quite.

But, Seattle, we have a problem.

Rainier is now exhibiting the very disturbing behavior that Baker was exhibiting.

I think you better check this out.

www.ess.washington.edu...



posted on Jan, 29 2004 @ 07:58 PM
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WHOOP WHOOP

and St. Helen's south ridge is NOT normal

www.ess.washington.edu...



posted on Jan, 29 2004 @ 08:02 PM
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Uhh..that's not all...take a look at the experimental display at St. Helens. These are now in real-time..fyi...

www.geophys.washington.edu...



posted on Jan, 29 2004 @ 08:03 PM
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Holy #, Kukla. That's a harmonic, isn't it? We've got flow.

Thanks for that link. I didn't no about that.



posted on Jan, 29 2004 @ 08:06 PM
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I used to have a thread running on the experimentals..haven't seen it in awhile. You'll need this link too..

www.geophys.washington.edu...



posted on Jan, 29 2004 @ 08:27 PM
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A little more evidence to add to the mix. From another board a local to the Seattle region states:

It's been a winter of unusual snow followed by meltoff and flooding over and over again.

An unusual mix of cricks overflowing their banks this time, on the Oregon North Coast, Mt. Rainier area, and the river supplying the Metro area water supply of Puget Sound.
See above graph.

This is especially pertinent since the webicorders have been acting strangely for the past two weeks or so. See link for the all important Mt. Rainier Area runoff - the Puyallup River, in Pierce Co.(use pull down box to select county)

www.nwrfc.noaa.gov...



posted on Jan, 29 2004 @ 08:28 PM
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And more...

SALEM - Heavy rains in northwestern Oregon prompted the state to issue its first debris flow warning since fatal mudslides in 1996 prompted creation of a network of remote weather stations.

The warning issued Thursday by the Oregon Department of Forestry was focused primarily on Tillamook County, where a remote weather station near Mount Hebo in the Coast Range east of Pacific City recorded 12 inches of rain in the 24 hours ending at 6 a.m. Thursday.

The warning urged people to stay away from steep slopes, canyons, gorges and the mouths of mountain streams, where the risk of fast-moving mudslides was greatest.

A slide late Wednesday night between Rockaway Beach and Wheeler in northern Tillamook County closed U.S. Highway 101 for four hours, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation. The mud, rocks and trees amounted to about 10 dump truck loads, spokesman Dave Davis said.

The warning was issued for Clatsop, Columbia, Tillamook, Washington, Yamhill and Lincoln Counties and Multnomah County east of Troutdale. It was effective between 10 a.m. Thursday and 10 a.m. Friday.



posted on Jan, 29 2004 @ 08:40 PM
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No doubt that Western Oregon and Washington have gotten pounded this winter.
FedEx couldn't guarantee arrival times for the first time in 10 years!
My concern is the total amount of seismic activity in the entire region.

Mt. Moon in the Central Cascades is wacko...
St. Helens is wacko...
Mt. Rainier is wacko...
And Hood is wacko... ????!!!!



posted on Jan, 29 2004 @ 10:31 PM
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Does anyone know if the reports that Native Americans are leaving the yellowstone area is true or have any links to anything on this? I know there was a post on this in the News section a while back but I can't find it.

It sounds like they are reopening some of the trails at Yellowstone. Does anyone know the real scope on what's going on out there?

A friend of mine seems to think it's all exaggerated and that this is just another normal part of the cycle. Maybe he's right but I'm having a tough time sorting it out.

Anybody got some solid evidence either way?

Peace,
+Jammer



posted on Jan, 30 2004 @ 05:38 AM
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Rockport, Striped Peak, Jim Creek, Mt. Kitsap, Camp Sherman (Rainier), Mt. Fremont (rainier), Longmire (Rainier), ESPECIALLY ST. HELENS SOUTH RIDGE, Tom Dick & Harry (Hood), Mt. Hood, ESPECIALLY MOON MT. 3 SISTERS, The Husband (3 sisters), Dodson Butte, Chelan Butte, Rattlesnake Mt.

www.ess.washington.edu...

ALL are acting weird (as has been the case for a couple of months now)....BUT, Kukla, have you noticed something? The freaky signature that Baker had on and off for a month or so, completely stopped yesterday, moved to Rainier, and now it is showing up at Helens and Moon Mt (3 sisters). It is like we are watching a magmatic flow that is moving through this sytem of volcanoes. Is that how you feel about it???

p.s. Concerning the multiple flood/run-off information I posted above. I was mainly sharing that because the concern was that the repeated run-offs were sign of some type of venting or geothermal heating due to magmatic proximity to the surface.

[Edited on 30-1-2004 by Valhall]



posted on Jan, 30 2004 @ 12:14 PM
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Originally posted by Nerdling
Whats the effect of earthquakes on a volcano and were there any recorded when mt St helens blew. Hrmm, i wonder what these could be a precursor to.


Well, it's the other way around. If you look at Mauna Loa, you'll see it's constantly generating earthquakes (there were several on the days we were there; all of them too small to be felt even though we were staying on the slopes of the volcano.)

Movement of magma does cause earth shifting, which causes small earthquakes.

For the record, Mauna Loa has been continually errupting for years... a nice steady stream of lava (looks like rivers or fire.) The Big Island of Hawai'i is still there and hasn't been blown off the map.

Because Ranier's an active volcano, the activity shouldn't be surprising. Volcanos can be active (causing imperceptable earthquakes) for centuries.

Now... a bulge in the slopes or certain types of gas emissions would be something of real concern. The bulge is why Yellowstone is being monitored closely -- not the earthquakes (which aren't necessarily a sign of anything other than magma shifting around.)



posted on Jan, 30 2004 @ 08:29 PM
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Its hard to say where the pressure will be released, but I think from the movement in the last few days (and weeks, months) is indicative of some type of release..soon.

Furthering Byrd's comments about "bulges", remember that they found a 3 ft bulge on the North Sister in 2002.

And for the record..there are no Native Americans within the Yellowstone park and the nearest reservation is 100 miles away...and they are still there..gambling and selling smokes....AND THE ANIMALS ARE STILL IN THE PARK...if you hear otherwise..it is INCORRECT...I really wish Rense would pull that story because he's losing credibility every second that article is up....



posted on Jan, 31 2004 @ 08:32 AM
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I think we better watch Mt. Hood:

www.ess.washington.edu...

also 3 sisters is still concerning:

www.ess.washington.edu...

everything else has gone scary quiet.

[Edited on 31-1-2004 by Valhall]


jra

posted on Jan, 31 2004 @ 03:11 PM
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I hadn't seen this thread till now. I live near Mt Baker. I'm in B.C. and i can see it very clearly from my town. Those readings you posted earlier are really interesting. I haven't noticed anything from Baker at all. Like some one else here said, it sometimes lets off some steam. I sure hope it doesn't blow it's top.



posted on Feb, 4 2004 @ 05:27 AM
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Moon Mt - 3 sisters is still acting spastic:

www.ess.washington.edu...

But what I'd like feedback on are these two strange traces from St. Helens this morning:

www.ess.washington.edu...

www.ess.washington.edu...



posted on Feb, 5 2004 @ 05:22 AM
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Oh my gosh!

What is this from Mt. Fremont/Mt. Rainier???

www.ess.washington.edu...

And 3 sisters just keeps doing the "baker bizarre" thing:

www.ess.washington.edu...



posted on Feb, 5 2004 @ 11:46 AM
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major earth quake in Taiwan, but I guess you guys all missed it.






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