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EDIS only reporting US EQ's, +2 SuperVolcs in Europe

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posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 05:33 AM
Just this morning EDIS seems to be only reporting US and Carribean EQ's. Are we to believe that all other seismic activity in the world has stopped since midnight?

Also if you scroll down on the above link to the Supervolcano section you will find that the Campei Flegrei (Vesuvius/Naples/Italy) has had volcanic EQ's. Here is the link to the EQ reports for this which have been going on for over a week of high 4.0 and 5.0's.

They have removed the reports about Aso and Aira in Japan which I believe are still active, and replaced them with Kikai (all Japan). The number of Super volcanoes listed has also gone down from 18 to 16, one of which is a VEI 8.

I know USGS seems to be reporting on going quakes in Japan etc, But I am curious about EDIS.
There was also a Twitter report made by the Extinction Protocol 2 days ago that the seismology and meteorological sites for Iceland are no longer available. There has been no updates as to whether they are back on line and I can't seem to find them in my searches.


posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 06:28 AM
Hmm let me think for a minute .. do I think that all seismic activity has stopped all of a sudden on some continents. Hmmm .. tough one.

Nope Sherlock, the more I think about it, the more I think they are having IT related issues or are updating servers or whatnot. It's the interwebz y'know ?

What was your point again ?

posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 07:08 AM
reply to post by angelchemuel

Well for one RSOE is not a reliable source for information.
Secondly the Iceland meteorological site is working fine for me, here is a LINK.

As for the volcanic "quakes" as you put it, this is fine. You would need to have hundreds or thousands of quakes with numerous other signs of an impending eruption.

And as i type this RSOE has quakes listed from all around the world now. I must admit that when i read your post about 15 minutes ago it only had US quakes listed.

Try other reliable sources such as USGS , BGS & EMSC for more accurate quake data.

edit on 11/6/11 by boo1981 because: spelling again!!


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