posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 11:01 PM
reply to post by Discotech
Hi all !
Beautiful thread, and so glad your Google result is so high !
The whole area here in So Cal is full of extinct, old, volcanoes. It is very, very hard to get any information on them ! I used to hang at the library
and found some books with names and locations. That was long ago, I am afraid, and little hope the books are still there, could be - it was the Apple
The reason I did all the research was, I was born in the desert, a climber, and a rock hound for life, yes, I have the gold bug and diamond bug
too,lol. I knew some areas had volcanic rock, and when I found the old book info it said we have many old volcanos here.
When we had the giant Landers quake, I went there, to the fault, that day. I picked up volcanic rocks to keep. When the TV came back, there on the
news was the USGS crew, and the woman came on assuring people that there were no volcanoes in our area, and that Landers had no volcanic history. Not
activity, history. That made me perk up my ears.
I almost feel they are hiding the truth or something ! We had quite a lot of talk about the Palmdale bulge at the time, maybe they were hiding that?
Maybe nothing at all! Maybe they do not consider extinct volcanoes volcanic? IDK ! I am glad you are looking into the volcanic and geothermal