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Is Long Valley Supervolcano Activating? Swarm Just started

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posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:18 PM
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There's a supervolcano in Nevada? What?

Will this lead to an eruption or a big earthquake or both?

And if there's a supervolcano in Nevada... how big it is... and if it goes off... would it effect Yellowstone and increase chances of making it go off too?

Thanks




posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:18 PM
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3.0 WESTERN MONTANA47.55°N -115.38°W 19Km Deep 2011-04-16 01:23:24 UTC2011-04-15 18:23:24 LOCAL MB26777

then

3.8 SOUTHERN ALASKA61.33°N -146.84°W 20Km Deep 2011-04-16 01:32:41 UTC2011-04-15 16:32:41 LOCAL AK10212125

earthquake.usgs.gov...


Are these connected to the Long Valley Supervolcano? Just asking, as there seems to more activity there in the past few days
edit on 15-4-2011 by ButterCookie because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:18 PM
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See, we broke the ice! And while I'm handing out kudos, Puterman is our go to guy for any kind of chart, graph and all things technical. As Kathy and Dalloway stated, things work so much better if we all work together.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:20 PM
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Originally posted by Phantom28804

Originally posted by megabogie
I would suggest that if the "experts" on this thread don't like TA's style and question his motives, perhaps they should exit stage right and start their own thread where all the Master degrees and higher can congregate and leave this thread to us lay people. Stick to your guns TA. The rest of us DO enjoy your threads


Well that is quite simply the most ignorant post I have seen all day... TA asked for others to look at it then when soemone comes along and starts to debunk it he gets agitated. Then you imply that if someone doesn't like what he has to say they should exit stage right. I will tell you why I find this funny. This seems to be the typical response to any contrary proof of any doomsday theory. Whenever someone shows contradictory evidence people don't just get offended they attempt to completely discredit anything the person has to say. It is oh so much nicer in those protective bubbles that you all live in where no one else is right except for what you believe in.

It leads me to ask this one simple question.. ... Do you think the purpose of these forums is for everyone to just go wow your right and move on? I mean if you didn't have contrary beliefs then what would be the point of the forum. At this point it would just be another personal blog. Debate is what makes forums like this interesting. So I would suggest if you don't like people disagreeing with people then maybe you should exit stage right.


Well that's nice and fluffy but take a look at the style of the so called debunk post and tell me you can see one ounce of respect! Had it been my OP my hackles would have been way up.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:20 PM
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But, if you look at Kro's first post - there was no proof to the contrary offered.



Man why are you starting a new fear-mongering earthquake thread. This place is always active. I swear some of you won't rest until you convince as many people as you can how the end of the world is coming.


I'm sure everyone here is up for a good discussion and would appreciate any solid input this person has - but so far none has really been offered.

I think alot of us are here to learn - not engage iin fear mongering.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:21 PM
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I thought trees suck CO2 right up and spit out O in return? Did they die from the gluttony factor?
Volcanic emissions probably contain a plethora of other gasses that more-likely killed the trees.
Then again I don't have a masters in Geology so I'll leave it to the experts



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:22 PM
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Originally posted by megabogie
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See, we broke the ice! And while I'm handing out kudos, Puterman is our go to guy for any kind of chart, graph and all things technical. As Kathy and Dalloway stated, things work so much better if we all work together.


Very well then I will try to add to the debate instead of distracting from it. I know these calderas very well actually and even studied in depth the 2 most recent ones. The 1815 Tambora and 1883 Krakatau explosions so I will watch and see if there is anything beneficial I can add. I'm not much nor ever have been much for studying charts hehe



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:23 PM
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Read the thread



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:23 PM
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Originally posted by Vitchilo
There's a supervolcano in Nevada? What?

Will this lead to an eruption or a big earthquake or both?

And if there's a supervolcano in Nevada... how big it is... and if it goes off... would it effect Yellowstone and increase chances of making it go off too?

Thanks


Quakes are here (box) near Mud Springs Volcano and Aurora Crater







edit on 15-4-2011 by zorgon because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:24 PM
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OK - ergo read my mind - new thread??



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:24 PM
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edit on 15-4-2011 by Maluhia because: double post



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:25 PM
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There you go, something interesting......

DEFORMATION NEAR THE EPICENTER OF THE 1984 ROUND VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, EARTHQUAKE

Apologies for the caps, that is how the title comes!! It is a PDF file.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:27 PM
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You can have contrary beliefs but to imply your beliefs are better than mine due to your education..that is arrogance. I want to hear what everyone has to say but to constantly criticise the OP is not what I want to hear. We can exchange ideas without bickering so let's start talking about Nevada earthquakes again, ok?



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:29 PM
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Who Are You? - Your reminding me of a few others idk

or Did you just get your degree or pass a major mile stone in your life?

Please post sources to your text book references. Thank you.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:29 PM
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Originally posted by kro32

Originally posted by megabogie
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See, we broke the ice! And while I'm handing out kudos, Puterman is our go to guy for any kind of chart, graph and all things technical. As Kathy and Dalloway stated, things work so much better if we all work together.


Very well then I will try to add to the debate instead of distracting from it. I know these calderas very well actually and even studied in depth the 2 most recent ones. The 1815 Tambora and 1883 Krakatau explosions so I will watch and see if there is anything beneficial I can add. I'm not much nor ever have been much for studying charts hehe


Nice...I respect that attitude too. I think you'll make a good contribution thinking along those lines and perhaps give all us laymen way more info on the subject. One of the great benefits of this site for me is the amount of knowledge I get but the best stuff only happens when we all play nice



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:31 PM
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Great! And I see you have a sense of humor too! You'll fit right in



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:34 PM
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Originally posted by primus2012
I thought trees suck CO2 right up and spit out O in return? Did they die from the gluttony factor?
Volcanic emissions probably contain a plethora of other gasses that more-likely killed the trees.
Then again I don't have a masters in Geology so I'll leave it to the experts


The most dangerous gas released is carbon dioxide. In 1986 poisonous gs from a dormant volcano released through the lake in the crater at the top was responsible for ahphyxiating around 3000 cattle. This happened in Cameroon, Africa and they have since placed a fountain within the lake to release the gases so the build up doesn't occure again.

More specifically in relation to gas release and monitoring a possible eruption this is actually more telling than just earthquakes alone, although both will be present before an eruption. What we do is monitor the volcanic gas emissions to recognize changes in chemical composition. Changes in the relative amounts of carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide, as well as changes in gas emission rates that are thought to correlate with subsurface volcanic processes.

These changes may indicate movement of magma toward the surface. This technique was useful in studying eruptions at Mount St. Helens and Mt. Pinatubo. Actually the volume of sulfur dioxide emitted from Mt. Pinatubo increased more than a million times 2 weeks prior to the explosive eruptions.

Before Long Valley goes you can probably expect about triple this number to be released along with earthquakes but it won't erupt as long as the gas emissions don't increase.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:40 PM
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/high five!

Thanks for taking things in stride man. Looking forward to learning more about this region. It's interesting!



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:40 PM
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I am coming out of lurkdom to say that I was really enjoying where OP was going with this thread before it was hijacked. I enjoy this site because while it is conspiracy related, there is not so much of the gloom and doom as there is on similar sites.



posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 09:41 PM
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Sorted for the night



I'm away to my bed as it is late here!



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