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posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 05:07 PM
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You're very welcome...the first link is really very interesting towards the bottom where the professor talks about using volcanoes to control the weather!
OT, but can you tell me what "2nd line" means please. I see it quite often on ATS but have no idea what it means, and it's the first time I have had it in response to one of my postings. Thanks
Rainbows
Jane




posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 05:11 PM
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ATS doesn't like us to write "one liners" some people get lazy and write "2nd line" when they have nothing else of importance to add.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 05:13 PM
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Sure I can. ATS requests and it's part of their Terms of Service (TOS) that we not post one liners, but sometimes there is not a lot to say. So to adhere to their policy, we add "2nd line" so as not to get in trouble with our wonderful moderators***cheesy grin***.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 05:17 PM
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Um, I would be one of those "lazy people" lol.

2nd line.

3rd line.

4th line.

Shall I keep going, or if everyone prefers, I can just add a cheesy joke or something lol.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 05:18 PM
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back on topic

Sakurajima sure has some beautiful cloud action today

www.opentopia.com...

On Sunday she was constantly belching, yesterday she was fairly quiet, will see what today brings.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 07:57 PM
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thank you all very much for explaining that to me!

2nd line!
Rainbows
Jane



posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 04:35 PM
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Even though RSOE EDIS has deleted volcano alert for Katla, there is still some activity. Yes, no quakes today, but this tremor is starting to look bad. Its getting higher all the time. It is sign for magma coming up. Especially lowest frequency tremor is rising.

There was also quake near Laki volcano, which is pretty uncommon. Laki would be far more worse than Katla. It could cause climatic catastrophe, Ice age. When it erupted in 1783, it caused famine all over the Europe. In Iceland, famine killed 20% of population.



posted on Sep, 19 2011 @ 07:44 AM
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Farmers flee as world's deadliest volcano rumbles

Bold farmers in Indonesia routinely ignore orders to evacuate the slopes of live volcanoes, but those living on Tambora took no chances when history's deadliest mountain rumbled ominously this month.

Villagers like Hasanuddin Sanusi have heard since they were young how the mountain they call home once blew apart in the largest eruption ever recorded — an 1815 event widely forgotten outside their region — killing 90,000 people and blackening skies on the other side of the globe.

So, the 45-year-old farmer didn't wait to hear what experts had to say when Mount Tambora started being rocked by a steady stream of quakes. He grabbed his wife and four young children, packed his belongings and raced down its quivering slopes.


Hopefully it stays quiet.



posted on Sep, 19 2011 @ 10:31 AM
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www.news24.com... mbles-again-20110919


from another news source .. we can hope she doesnt blow big like she did back in 1814 but we really dont know do we ?

i was more or less expecting Toba to go next before she blew her top again but i guess not .


Mount Tambora - Bold farmers in Indonesia routinely ignore orders to evacuate the slopes of live volcanoes, but those living on Tambora took no chances when history's deadliest mountain rumbled ominously this month.



lets watch this one closely for a while and see what happens and in the mean time ill make a thread just for her which will have her history of eruptions as well. will do that a bit later right now i got a letter to write . lol



posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 09:29 PM
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September 21st (NZT) Volcano on Alaska's remote Aleutians oozes lava.

A volcano in Alaska's remote Aleutian Islands has begun oozing lava, a signal that the mountain could explode and send up an ash cloud that could threaten aircraft.

Satellite images show lava is building in the crater at the summit of 5,675-foot (1,730-meter) Cleveland Mountain on an uninhabited island about 940 miles (1,510 kilometers) southwest of Anchorage, according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory.

"It's forming a dome-shaped accumulation in the crater," said Chris Waythomas of the U.S. Geological Survey, the observatory's acting scientist in charge. "We call these things `lava domes.' It looks like a muffin top."

MORE...



posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 07:28 AM
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Woa! - Iceland's Katla LOTS of baby quakes...
Don't know how to link... anyone?

Checked this morning, no red circles. Now, six or so.
Not to mention the plus 3 mag to the north...

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posted on Sep, 22 2011 @ 09:50 AM
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September 22, 2011 – E. JAVA, Indonesia – Authorities in East Java have raised the alert level for the mudflow spewing from an underground volcano in Sidoarjo after nearby dikes nearly failed. The mudflow has destroyed hundreds of homes, swamped 720 hectares of land and displaced more than 11,000 people since it began erupting in late May 2006. “The situation is alarming,” said Achmad Khusaeri, a spokesman for the Sidoarjo Mudflow Mitigation Agency (BPLS), adding that the underground volcano had begun to erupt again after lying virtually dormant for years. The mudflow had fallen from an average of 100,000 cubic meters per day in 2009 to 13,000 cubic meters per day last year. Achmad said the authorities had added another meter to the height of the dikes as well as reinforcing them with rocks held together by chicken wire. BPLS officers are also monitoring the dikes 24 hours a day. Dwi Arisanto, an official at state railway operator Kereta Api Indonesia, said tracks along the disaster-hit area were being reinforced. “We are also limiting train speeds to no more than 20 kilometers per hour,” he said. East Java Governor Sukarwo said the surge was happening in eastern Sidoarjo, while in the west the mudflow had receded. The provincial government, he said, was channeling the surging mud to the area’s less-populated south. Sukarwo added that rain could also worsen the surging mudflow and cause the dikes to weaken. The governor visited the Presidential Palace on Tuesday, urging the central government to push Minarak Lapindo Jaya, the holding company of the gas drilling operation that is widely blamed for the mudflow, to expedite its compensation scheme. –Jakarta Globe
theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com...

Rainbows
Jane



posted on Sep, 22 2011 @ 09:57 AM
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This from Indonesia

Indonesia
Lewotobi Laki-Laki level 1 —> level 2
www.vsi.esdm.go.id...

AND

TAAL VOLCANO BULLETIN, 22 September 2011, 8:00 A.M.
Thursday, 22 September 2011 08:23
Taal Volcano’s (14.0000°N, 120.9833°E) seismic network detected one (1) volcanic earthquake during the past 24 hours. Field measurements on 20 September 2011 at the eastern sector of the Main Crater Lake yielded slightly increased water temperature of 33.6°C from 33.5°C, water level at a steady 1.74 meters and more acidic pH of 2.72 from 2.79 as compared to previous readings. Ground deformation survey (precise leveling) on the Volcano Island last 21 – 28 July 2011 indicated that the volcano edifice is slightly deflated compared with 01 – 10 June 2011, but is nonetheless still inflated compared with baseline data. Baselines calculated from continuous GPS (Global Positioning System) data for the period February to August 2011 also recorded a very slight but steady inflation of the northeast flank of the Volcano Island. Carbon dioxide (CO2) emission recorded on 27 June 2011 at the Main Crater Lake was 1,821 tonnes per day, which is above background levels.


This from Hawaii

volcanoes.usgs.gov...

“The tiltmeter on the north flank of Pu`u `O`o cone recorded small fluctuations superimposed on an overall inflation until 1:30 AM this morning. At that time, the tiltmeter record an abrupt inflation of nearly 50 microradioans. By comparison, DI events cause tilt changes of about 5 microradians. A GPS station on Pu`u `O`o recorded accelerated movement toward the northwest starting at about the same time as the inflation. "

Apparently a new rift has opened up there
www.youtube.com...
www.bigislandvideonews.com...

AND the latest from Cleveland (Alaska)
www.huffingtonpost.com...|main5|dl4|sec3_lnk3|97661

There, that should keep us occupied for a bit!
Rainbows
Jane



posted on Sep, 22 2011 @ 06:24 PM
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There´s been a spike in activity in Katla since May this year over 800 quakes have been registerd in the crater alone over the last 3 months , compared to the 300 from the whole last year. The mag3+ in the north is a wery common thing. Been chatting about Katla and the recent activity in Iceland in This thread.



posted on Sep, 23 2011 @ 03:57 AM
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Today there was M3+ earthquake in middle of caldera. That caused 2-3 aftershocks and tremor started to rise again. So strong earthquakes can indicate something major happening in volcano, quake was picked even seismographs far from caldera. Watch it today closely.

hraun.vedur.is...
hraun.vedur.is...

Even felt in Vestmanneeyjar
hraun.vedur.is...
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posted on Sep, 23 2011 @ 10:02 AM
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There was also strong sulphur smell in Múlakvísl river before that big earthquake happened. Rúv also reports that hydrothermal activity is on the rise in Katla Caldera.

www.jonfr.com...



posted on Sep, 23 2011 @ 11:59 AM
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It looks like Mt Tambora may be waking up, unknown how much it will wake up at this point.



Mount Tambora in Indonesia has been stirring lately, but don't expect another massive eruption from the so-called "world's deadliest volcano," one scientist said.


Source Article



posted on Sep, 23 2011 @ 05:48 PM
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Yep and another plus mag 3 to the west. That's two today plus the one way north a couple of days ago. I reckon something may be about to kick off. Really hope I'm wrong as the implications could be bad...
And thanks for the heads up Spaced



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 07:06 AM
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I guess El Hierro may be about to go.

38 above mag 2 yesterday. 27 so far today and we are only halfway through.


Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
2011-09-28 10:36:23, 27.661, -18.082, 2.5, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 10:28:42, 27.672, -18.077, 2.7, 17.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 10:06:07, 27.673, -18.083, 2.6, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 10:03:27, 27.669, -18.093, 2.5, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 09:58:50, 27.673, -18.066, 2.8, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 09:55:56, 27.675, -18.067, 2.7, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 09:47:39, 27.664, -18.082, 3.3, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 09:36:07, 27.663, -18.072, 2.8, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 08:28:53, 27.656, -18.090, 2.5, 18.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 08:08:25, 27.609, -18.050, 2.8, 10.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 07:59:38, 27.677, -18.059, 2.8, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 07:51:24, 27.698, -18.068, 2.7, 18.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 07:42:18, 27.673, -18.068, 2.9, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 07:39:32, 27.687, -18.068, 2.8, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 07:33:17, 27.690, -18.041, 2.6, 17.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 07:28:06, 27.688, -18.059, 2.6, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 07:10:34, 27.693, -18.060, 3.4, 17.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 06:50:37, 27.666, -18.070, 2.6, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 05:51:53, 27.678, -18.079, 2.5, 17.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 05:31:16, 27.687, -18.050, 2.8, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 05:07:06, 27.662, -18.051, 2.7, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 05:00:59, 27.674, -18.067, 3.3, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 04:39:41, 27.661, -18.078, 2.7, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 04:33:08, 27.678, -18.061, 2.5, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 04:14:58, 27.669, -18.061, 2.8, 14.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 04:07:14, 27.673, -18.061, 3.0, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-28 00:05:22, 27.652, -18.062, 2.7, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 23:06:30, 27.659, -18.074, 2.6, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 22:57:20, 27.664, -18.063, 3.0, 10.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 22:50:50, 27.655, -18.023, 2.7, 10.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 22:49:04, 27.704, -18.033, 2.7, 13.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 22:45:12, 27.691, -18.033, 2.9, 12.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 22:37:04, 27.662, -18.034, 3.0, 10.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 22:23:57, 27.646, -18.055, 2.9, 12.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 21:33:45, 27.627, -18.075, 2.6, 10.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 19:43:15, 27.650, -18.075, 2.9, 14.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 19:41:05, 27.663, -18.075, 2.8, 14.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 19:37:06, 27.672, -18.065, 3.1, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 17:54:56, 27.659, -18.065, 2.9, 17.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 17:42:59, 27.662, -18.084, 2.5, 17.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 17:10:34, 27.683, -18.067, 3.5, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 17:05:27, 27.687, -18.082, 2.8, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 17:02:59, 27.672, -18.062, 3.4, 14.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 16:11:27, 27.671, -18.083, 2.8, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 16:04:22, 27.636, -18.057, 2.6, 11.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 15:44:14, 27.685, -18.077, 3.8, 17.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 14:59:19, 27.674, -18.072, 2.5, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 14:38:45, 27.587, -17.991, 3.6, 11.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 14:27:55, 27.672, -18.082, 2.6, 17.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 14:18:48, 27.632, -18.018, 2.7, 13.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 12:35:54, 27.675, -18.069, 2.5, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 12:31:38, 27.679, -18.050, 2.8, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 11:46:25, 27.661, -18.088, 2.5, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 11:31:47, 27.679, -18.088, 2.5, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 11:23:54, 27.673, -18.071, 2.6, 17.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 11:00:40, 27.664, -18.071, 2.6, 14.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 09:58:11, 27.680, -18.077, 2.5, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 09:53:21, 27.689, -18.087, 2.5, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 09:37:26, 27.694, -18.072, 2.7, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 09:32:12, 27.693, -18.063, 3.4, 14.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 08:43:27, 27.679, -18.086, 2.7, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 08:16:28, 27.678, -18.074, 2.6, 12.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 08:04:05, 27.695, -18.095, 2.9, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 07:58:22, 27.690, -18.074, 2.6, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-27 07:42:08, 27.682, -18.064, 2.6, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-26 02:55:32, 27.693, -18.073, 2.7, 15.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-25 00:25:00, 27.700, -18.076, 2.8, 14.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-24 23:52:18, 27.693, -18.066, 3.1, 14.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-24 21:24:52, 27.709, -18.078, 3.3, 14.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-23 16:45:31, 27.766, -18.091, 2.5, 16.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-23 13:15:26, 27.712, -18.020, 2.9, 19.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-23 07:35:03, 27.679, -18.057, 2.5, 11.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-23 05:06:54, 27.681, -18.053, 2.7, 12.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region
2011-09-22 05:06:31, 27.660, -18.045, 2.8, 14.0, Canary Isls. Spain Region




Possibly within the week?

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posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 07:39 AM
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Hi Puterman,

The El Hierro quakes seem to be clustered 15-16 km. deep. Would you expect them to become more shallow before an eruption?

(On a side note, thank you for the warm welcome to this forum last week.) [/end threadhijack
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