posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 03:00 AM
Would this have an effect on your triangle?
The following as Santorini
2011-11-14 03:31:12 2.7 17 Km
2011-11-13 09:44:28 2.7 25 Km
2011-11-13 08:47:14 2.5 18 Km
2011-11-13 08:12:14 2.7 16 Km
2011-11-13 17:27:21 3.7 94 Km
RSOE EDIS have also added Santorini to their list of Supervolcs!
"November 13, 2011 – GREECE – Seismic activity beneath Santorini volcano continues to be slightly above normal levels. Beginning since July this
year, an there is elevated activity in a SW-NE trending zone passing through Nea Kameni and the submarine Kolumbos volcano NE of Santorini. The
alignment (also known as the Kameni and Kolumbus lines) is a ca. 2 km wide zone parallel to a tectonic horst and graben structure of the crystalline
basement of the area. Most of the known volcanic vents of Santorini during the past 2 million years were located on this alignment, more precisely
either on its southern boundary (Kameni line) or on its northern boundary (Kolumbus line). Lacking other data sources, the information visible on the
location and number of earthquakes is too weak, other than to vaguely speculate that the current earthquake activity around Santorini could be a
precursor to new activity from this volcano. Santorini’s last eruption was in 1950. –Volcano Discovery
The devastating volcanic eruption of Santorini at Thera has become the most famous single event in the Aegean before the fall of Troy. It may have
been one of the largest volcanic eruptions on Earth in the last few thousand years, with an estimated 7 on the VEI (volcanic explosivity index).