Originally posted by TheUnseenEye
This is a good find and really interesting. I am shocked that 2011 is starting off like this. First with thousands of birds dying in like four different states and now a massive volcano is erupting. I wonder whats next on Mother Nature's plan to kill the human race.
Originally posted by Arken
At the beginning of 2011, The most powerfull volcanoes around the world are awakening! One of them is the Anak Krakatoa in Indonesia, but there are also the Merapi, and many awesome giants aroun the world! Something huge and unknown is happening right now on our planet....
Tuesday 11th January 2011 Krakatau Volcano, Indonesia
Eruptions from Krakatau volcano, Indonesia have forced the evacuation of tens of thousands residents. Seven districts affected are Kalianda, Rajabasa, Katibung, Sidomulyo, Ketapang, Sragi and Palas. On Monday ash from Anak Krakatau continued to cover residential areas in parts of Banten province and South Lampung. Visual observations showed ash emissions reaching a height of 600 m and drifting east. Ashfall has affected the operation of seismometers on the volcano. Fisherman and tourists are advised to stay at least 2 km from the volcano.
Wednesday 5th January 2011 Merapi Volcano, Indonesia
Lahars from Merapi volcano have destroyed several bridges including Gempol bridge on the Putih River. A lahar overflowed from the Putih River in Jumaya village, Salam subdistrict, on Monday night, cutting off the Magelang-Yogyakarta highway at Kilometer 23 for almost 18 hours until about 1 p.m. on Tuesday. More than 500 meters of the highway were submerged under meter-deep lahar. This was the most damage cause by merapi volcano since the alert level was downgraded at end of December 2010.
Wednesday 5th January 2011 Volcanoes of Colombia
Four volcanoes in Colombia have been placed on raised yellow alert. The volcanoes are Machin, Galeras, Huila, andl Ruiz. Earthquakes increased at Machin volcano on 31st December 2010. Over 4 days 367 volcano-tectonic earthquakes were detected south and southwest of the main dome. The largest event occurred at 5:22 pm on 1st January 2011, with a magnitude 2.3 and a depth of 3.3 km. The earthquake was felt by residents in vicinity of the volcano and in the municipality of Cajamarca (Tolima). In the week from 22 to 28 December 2010, 363 seismic events occurred at Nevado del Huila volcano, of which 72 were related to fracturing of rock and 291 caused by fluid dynamics in volcanic conduits. Nevado del Ruiz and Galeras have showed elevated but stable activity.
Saturday 8th January 2011 Kizimen Volcano, Kamchatka
Eruptions continue at Kizimen volcano, Kamchatka with explosions and pyroclastic flows. Seismic activity is high, with volcanic tremor recorded. A hotspot was present over the volcano during the past week, which indicates a probable lava flow. On 1st January an ash plume extended 500 km SSW of the volcano and ashfall was recorded at Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Yelizovo, Paratunka, Nalychevo and all Southern Kamchatka. On 5th January ash emissions extended over 500 km ENE of the volcano and ashfall was recorded in the Komandorsky Islands. On 5th December 2010 ash emissions reached a distance of 838 km NE of the volcano.
Signs of the times....
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Originally posted by OptimistPrime
As much as I would like to think that any cataclysmic event wont happen, there is too much going on to ignore. The internet has been around for a decade. If all that is going on is "normal" it would not be so new in recent times. Media has been around much much longer, and this type of reporting would have been done many times before. I do feel sorry for naysayers. They will be the least prepared, and the first to die. Like I said before, I am hoping nothing does happen, but Im going to be prepared just in case, for my familys sake, you all owe it to yours to be prepared none the less. If it is something that is beyond all control, then so be it, but I am not going out without a fight.
Originally posted by GhostR1der
I was watching taupo a few months ago on RSOE and it appeared to be having earthquakes every 15 days at creepily regular intervals. RSOE doesn't want to show search results for it now so !?! who knows.
Hope taupo don't go up... it covered our entire coutry with meters of ash and surrounding nations with less! You can see it driving around when you look at the road cuttings, and it's not just one time period either :x For the curious, it's that space visible lake in the middle of the north island...