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Volcanoes erupting.

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posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 02:58 PM
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I don't know about you guys, but the first thought that comes to mind for me is that predicted solar flare on the 7th.




posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 03:49 PM
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hello

just wanted to let you know map updates pretty quick

new earthquakes in Iran:3.5 and colombia 4.5 and alaska 2.2

i would love to see the things going crazy on this map tomorrow because i want the 7/7 cropcircle predictions come true
hehe

best regards

[edit on 6-7-2009 by flashguru]

[edit on 6-7-2009 by flashguru]



posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 03:54 PM
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Don't waste your time looking at that RSO site.
Most of their "incidents" are really non-incidents.
If you lived where it was happening you wouldn't even flick an eyelash.

Here is recent volcano news



posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 03:57 PM
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I'm tempted to say "Don't waste your time at that USGS site, either"...



posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 04:01 PM
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The link from OhZone doesn't seem to have much to do with the USGS.



posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 04:22 PM
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Can someone please clarify: IS there any more then usual Volcano activity NOW?? Like in Asian countries?

Do not forget that since about almost 12 hrs the 'magical' date of 7/7/2009 has started on the other side of the Globe


It will take a few hrs more before the 7/7 timezone hits the US

Any volcano activity there, NOW??


I'll off to check things out in about 30 mins or so. Then it's midnite in my country and officially 7/7.

Did I mention I'll have to restart my broom? It's Full Moon too


PEACE!



posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 09:30 PM
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Anyone else who's interested in this and interested in the science, please U2U me immediately.



posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 11:52 PM
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Originally posted by OhZone
Don't waste your time looking at that RSO site.
Most of their "incidents" are really non-incidents.
If you lived where it was happening you wouldn't even flick an eyelash.

Here is recent volcano news


That site you gave is wrong. Even the USG website has announced more than 4 times volcanic activity than the website you gave.


24 June-30 June 2009
New Activity/Unrest:
| Cleveland, Chuginadak Island
| Sarychev Peak, Matua Island

Ongoing Activity:
| Arenal, Costa Rica
| Bagana, Bougainville
| Batu Tara, Komba Island (Indonesia)
| Chaitén, Southern Chile
| Dukono, Halmahera
| Galeras, Colombia
| Kilauea, Hawaii (USA)
| Rabaul, New Britain
| Redoubt, Southwestern Alaska
| Sakura-jima, Kyushu
| Sangay, Ecuador
| Santa María, Guatemala
| Shiveluch, Central Kamchatka (Russia)
| Slamet, Central Java (Indonesia)
| Soufrière Hills, Montserrat
| Tungurahua, Ecuador

www.volcano.si.edu...

For now at least 18 volcanoes are erupting.

Of note, the above are the volcanoes which were active until last wednesday June 30th.

[edit on 6-7-2009 by ElectricUniverse]



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 12:48 AM
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yea i saw a few erupting too....in youtube i.e pretty weird huh



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 01:50 AM
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Reports circulating in the Kremlin today are saying that Russian Air Force Commanders have issued warnings to all of their aircraft to exercise “extreme caution” during flights “in and around” an area defined as Latitude 17 North [North Atlantic Ocean] Latitude 3 South [South Atlantic Ocean] to Latitude 8 North [Indian Ocean] Latitude 19 South [Indian Ocean] between the Longitudes of 46 West, 33 West, 46 East and 33 East, and which covers the greater part of the African Tectonic Plate. The reason for this unprecedented warning, these reports state, are the rapid formations of “geomagnetic storms” emanating from the boundaries of the African Tectonic Plate that due to their intensity have caused the loss of two major passenger aircraft during the past month leaving nearly 300 men, women and children dead. macedoniaonline.eu...


Apparently some scientists and geologists much more in the know than I believe that the African Plate is about to violently pull away from a ridge in the Red Sea and the European Plate. Thus forming a new sea in Ethiopia. There has been a large increase in geomagnetic and volcanic activity along the edges of the African Plate.
The implication is that these storms are not a result of sun spot activity but internal unrest in the earth itself.
I can't help but wonder as the solar max increases and the activity inside our planet increases at once what the ramifications would result in?

macedoniaonline.eu...



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 01:53 AM
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Sorry. That article is from our friend Sorcha. It's not worth the bandwidth it's transmitted on. Yes, there may be a new sea forming in Africa but it's going to take a very, very, very long time.

www.abovetopsecret.com...
www.abovetopsecret.com...
www.abovetopsecret.com...


[edit on 7/7/2009 by Phage]



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 08:20 AM
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here is the list - DOES NOT INCLUDE - Tonga's and Ocean Volcanoes - Land volcanos only - 51 on this list - But there has been more.


ERUPTION ACTIVITY TO DATE

VOLCANOES ERUPTING IN 2009 TO DATE (As of 26 June) are:
(Note: Does not generally include submarine type volcanoes.)
VOLCANO NAME TYPE LOCATION LAT LONG ERUPTION DATE
Mt. EREBUS STRATO ANTARCTICA 77.53S 167.17E Continuing
STROMBOLI STRATO ITALY 38.79N 115.21E Continuing
KILAUEA SHIELD HAWAII 19.43N 155.29W Continuing
SOUFRIERE HILLS STRATO WEST INDIES 16.72N 062.18W Continuing
POPOCATEPETL STRATO MEXICO 19.02N 098.62W Continuing
YASUR STRATO VANUATU 19.55S 169.44E Continuing
TUNGURAHUA STRATO ECUADOR 01.47S 078.44W Continuing
CHAITEN CALDERA CHILE 42.83S 072.65W Continuing
KARYMSKY STRATO KAMCHATKA 54.05N 159.45E Continuing
KLIUCHEVSKOI STRATO KAMCHATKA 56.06N 160.64E Continuing
KORYAKSKY STRATO KAMCHATKA 53.32N 158.69E Continuing
SHEVELUCH STRATO KAMCHATKA 56.65N 161.36E Continuing
Mt. ETNA SHIELD SICILY 37.73N 015.00E Continuing
PITON de la FOURNAISE SHIELD INDIAN OCEAN 21.23S 065.71E Continuing
SUWANOSE-JIMA STRATO JAPAN 29.64N 129.72E 3 January
COLIMA STRATO MEXICO 19.51N 103.62W 2 January
PACYA COMPLEX GUATEMALA 14.38N 090.60W 6 January
FUEGO STRATO GUATEMALA 14.47N 090.88W 6 January
RABAUL SHIELD NEW BRITAIN 04.27S 152.20E 5 January
SANGAY STRATO ECUADOR 02.00S 078.34W 5 January
UBINAS STRATO PERU 16.36S 070.90W 5 January
SANTA MARIA STRATO GUATEMALA 14.72N 090.57W 6 January
DUKONO COMPLEX HALMAHERA 01.68N 127.88E 6 January
BATU TARA STRATO INDONESIA 07.79S 123.58E 6 January
BARREN IS. STRATO INDIAN OCEAN 12.25N 093.52E 6 January
DEMPO STRATO SUMATRA 04.03S 103.13E 7 January
SAKURA-JIMA STRATO JAPAN 31.59N 130.66E 9 January
POAS STRATO COSTA RICA 10.20N 084.23W 12 January
DIENG COMPLEX JAVA 07.20S 109.92E 15 January
ARENAL STRATO COSTA RICA 10.46N 084.70W 1 February
ASAMA STRATO JAPAN 36.40N 138.53E 2 February
EBEKO SOMMA KURILE IS. 50.68N 156.02E 11 February
GALERAS COMPLEX COLOMBIA 01.22N 077.37W 14 February
GUAGUA PICHINCHA STRATO ECUADOR 00.17S 078.60W 17 February
SEMERU STRATO JAVA 08.11S 112.92E 6 March
HUNGA TONGA SUBMAR TONGA 20.57S 175.38W 16 March
REDOUBT STRATO ALASKA 60.49N 152.74W 22 March
AMBRYM SHEILD VANUATU 16.25S 168.12E 25 March
MIYAKE-JIMA STRATO JAPAN 34.08N 139.53E 1 April
KRAKATAU CALDERA INDONESIA 06.10S 105.42E 2 April
LLAIMA STRATO CHILE 38.69S 071.73W 3 April
FERNANDINA SHIELD GALAPAGOS IS. 00.37S 091.55W 10 April
PAGAN STRATO MARIANA IS. 18.13N 145.80E 16 April
SLAMET STRATO JAVA 07.24S 109.21E 22 April
BAGNA LAVA DOME BOUGAINVILLE 06.14S 155.20E 26 April
RINJANI STRATO INDONESIA 08.42S 116.47E 4 May
KARANGETANG STRATO SANGIHE IS. 02.78N 125.40E 24 May
MAKIAN STRATO HALMAHERA 00.32N 127.40E 2 June
MANAM STRATO PAPUA NEW GUINEA 04.08S 145.04E 10 June
SARYCHEV PEAK STRATO KURILE IS. 48.09N 153.20E 12 June
CLEVELAND STRATO ALEUTIAN IS. 52.93N 169.94W 25 June

(return to research page)

A few more since the above June report


Sunday 5th July 2009
Mayon Volcano, Philippines
There are signs of unrest at Mayon Volcano in the Philippines after an increase in summit crater glow has been observed. This is caused by a rise in magma levels at the volcano. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology has also recorded an inflation of the volcano. Alert level one is maintained at Mayon volcano and residents and tourists are advised not to enter the 7 km radius extended danger zone.
More on Mayon Volcano...
Volcanoes of Philippines...

Saturday 4th July 2009
Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii
An orange night glow has returned to Halemaumau crater at Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. Three days ago a collapse in the summit temporarily blocked the vent. On Thursday night (Hawaiian time) lava level rose in the vent and consumed the debris which was creating the blockage. Lava continues to flow through tubes to the coast, entering the ocean at Waikupanaha and Kupapa`u. Surface lava flows are visible on the pali adjacent to Royal Gardens subdivision. No incandescence has been recorded at Pu`u `O`o crater on the east rift zone since 12th September 2008.
More on Kilauea Volcano...
Volcanoes of Hawaii...

Saturday 4th July 2009
Chaitén Volcano, Chile
Eruptive activity continues at Chaiten volcano in Chile. Over the past week there has been a decrease in earthquake number and magnitude, with 17 earthquakes recorded per day. Ash emissions rise 1.5 km above the summit. A lava dome continues to grow in the summit crater, which may collapse generating ash and block flows in the adjacent valleys. Dome growth is mostly in the western side of the caldera. Adjacent valleys contain ash deposits which may mobilise in heavy rains, causing lahars. Chaiten volcano remains on alert level RED.
More on Chaitén Volcano...
Volcanoes of Chile...

Friday 3rd July 2009
Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii
A collapse occurred at the summit vent in Kilauea volcano, Hawaii on 30th June. The collapse occurred at 1:38 PM (Hawaiian Standard Time) Tuesday afternoon, and blocked the summit vent. The event produced a brown plume, booming noises, and ground shaking which was felt at Hawaii Volcano observatory and Jaggar Museum. Between 2:30 PM and 3:30 PM, a section of the floor of Halemaumau Crater collapsed, widening the west rim of the summit vent. By nightfall, the evening glow from Halemaumau vent disappeared. Recently the night glow has attracted crowds of tourists at Jaggar Museum which overlooks Halemaumau crater.
More on Kilauea Volcano...
Volcanoes of Hawaii...


I saw a graph last week somewhere of the history of volcanic eruptions - and how many this year compared to others. I am still looking for it. Will post it - if/when I find it.



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