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This El Hierro eruption is VERY real!! They arent letting on how serious

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posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 04:32 PM
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Check out this one, pretty scary. lol





posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 04:39 PM
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Thats ok bro we need reminding sometimes . Same goes for me . The art of bringing positives from negatives is something not easy to do , but well worth the effort , every time . Keep learning . Some here have just knocked said "you need to look at this" and they are then gone . But they were dead right . So its not so much what you see , as who you hear seeing it too that can bring enlightenment between the users . There is much value in that , for skeptics , the skeptical of the skeptical and what do appear to be sometimes gullible folk . It takes all sorts to make the world and/but there is gold and gems to be had from here



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 04:56 PM
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posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 05:00 PM
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I think this is the threat North America is fearing with this Volcano's erruption:

A Wave of Destruction Will
Destroy America's East Coast



Recently, scientists have realised that the next Mega Tsunami is likely to begin on one of the Canary Islands, off the coast of North Africa, where a wall of water will one day race across the entire Atlantic Ocean at the speed of a jet airliner to devastate the east coast of the United States, the Caribbean and Brazil.


Be afraid people.....



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 05:11 PM
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It's not recently. The claim was made in 1999.

And it's not going to happen. No Atlantic wide tsunami. They used bad science.
www.drgeorgepc.com...

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posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 05:15 PM
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NO! Do not be afraid.

Heyyo, that article was talking about La Palma.

See this map and look where El Hierro is in relation to La Palma.

www.lonelyplanet.com...



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 05:30 PM
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OK People... Don't be afraid...

Personal note... dang it, why doesn't my fear mongering ever work?!



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 05:32 PM
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Originally posted by berkeleygal
reply to post by Heyyo_yoyo
 


NO! Do not be afraid.

Heyyo, that article was talking about La Palma.

See this map and look where El Hierro is in relation to La Palma.

www.lonelyplanet.com...


So, if a major event occurs on El Hierro, could it trigger this land slide?



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 05:35 PM
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Nope. Not even an eruption on La Palma itself is likely to do so.

Review of geology and of historic events of LaPalma, does not support claims that the island's western flank is particularly unstable or that the next large volcanic eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano will trigger a massive failure along a detachment fault. There is no seismic data to support that an observed rupture along the crest of the volcano is the surface expression of a major weakness zone along which detachment and major failure can occur in the near future. A summit or flank eruption cannot exert sufficient shear strength to trigger the movement of up to 500 cubic km of material - as postulated

www.drgeorgepc.com...



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posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 05:43 PM
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I would hate to get to the point of death and realized I had not truly lived.

Whether by air, earth, fire or water, one day you will meet your own personal Apocalypse.

What will flash before your eyes?

I hope, for everyone's sake there is more to see than you, staring at this screen.

Go outside and play....



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 06:11 PM
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Is this the potential East coast tsunami inducing volcano that is the subject of all the Discovery channel documentaries?
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posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 08:19 PM
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Here is the list of all eq on the island. list here



posted on Oct, 1 2011 @ 12:54 AM
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there is an earthquake every minute it seems.



posted on Oct, 1 2011 @ 03:12 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Heyyo_yoyo
 

It's not recently. The claim was made in 1999.

And it's not going to happen. No Atlantic wide tsunami. They used bad science.
www.drgeorgepc.com...

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Yeah, cause 'good science' gets it right all the time!

(not saying its right or wrong)


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posted on Oct, 1 2011 @ 03:21 AM
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So is Iowa safe lol? It floods here super easy, thats the only thing im worried about end of the world wise.



posted on Oct, 1 2011 @ 10:37 AM
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A few days ago, divers of La Restringa (South of El Hierro) were diving at a depth of about 30 m. when they heard a strange noise (rumbling) for a few seconds. As if the rocks broke.

According to Beatriz Delgado Cánovas, a geographer from Madrid who came to the island three years ago, they are hearing rumbling under the sea. It is very strange.

Divers are now searching for traces of exhaust gas and measure the water temperature.

Another diver, Joseba, who is monitor diver from Bilbao, explains that during a dive of about 45 minutes, they heard the rumbling seven times. "It sounds as if a ship was making a strange maneuver just above you".

Source: submarinistas escuchan ruidos bajo el mar

Regards,
Ptolomeo



posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 05:48 AM
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It does concern me and I have been following closely since July. I live on the coast of Spain so if something major was about to happen in the not to distant future we would be one of the first places that would get hit without much warning at all.



posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 07:33 PM
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The title says

This El Hierro eruption is VERY real!! They arent letting on how serious


not about La Palma.

This is a couple of sites that I use. I think this man is the leading volcano expert that I tend to listen to. I look at all the other places also. It never hurts to get a second opinion. Check out all resources. This is the one I use.
johnseach.com...

About
John Seach is a scientist and the world’s leading volcano adventurer. Over the past 21 years John has traveled to the world’s most exciting volcanoes, and witnessed eruptions during trips to more than 120 volcanoes. John has worked on many award winning television programmes. John is the founder of “Volcano Live”, the world’s first volcano news and travel website, which monitors worldwide volcanic activity, and provides adventure tours to the world’s most exciting volcanoes. Volcano Live is the world’s only company working exclusively in volcano film and television production. Qualifications Bachelor of Science, Chemistry (Sydney University 1983) Postgraduate Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics (Sydney University 1984) Scuba Diving Instructor (PADI 1989-current)



Hierro Volcano, Canary Islands – John Seach John Seach on September 29th, 2011 Earthquakes continue at Hierro volcano in the Canary Islands. Since July 2011 over 8000 small earthquakes have been recorded at the volcano. Yesterday an earthquake of magnitude 3.5 occurred. Deformation has increased significantly at the volcano in the past week. On 23rd September 2011 the alert level was raised to YELLOW. Some residents have been evacuated from near the volcano. Earthquakes are occurring in the northwest of the island at the location of a landslide that created a 100 metre high tsunami about 50,000 years ago. A major debris avalanche occurred on the northern flank of Hierro Island, dated about 13,000 years ago. It had a width of 15 km and a scarp height of 1000 m. The landslide deposited 150-180 cubic km of debris on the seafloor down to a depth of 3000 m.


www.volcanolive.com...

Volcano News - John Seach October 2011 john Monitoring worldwide volcanic activity 11 years on the internet - 2000-2011 Reports are posted in Eastern Australian Time (UT +10 hr). Archived Volcano News Twitter @johnseach RSS Tuesday 11th October 2011 Hierro Volcano, Canary Islands An undersea eruption began off the coast of El Hierro Island, Canary Islands on 10th October 2011. Initial reports have placed the eruption site a few kilometres off the south coast of the island at a depth of about 450 m. The eruption has only been confirmed from seismic activity.





El Hierro, Canary Islands, Spain 27.73 N, 18.03 W summit elevation 1500 m shield volcano El Hierro volcano is the westernmost, youngest and smallest of the Canary Islands. In the 2nd century A.D., Ptolemy considered it the western-most position of the world. El Hierro Island covers an area of 278 sq km, and contains three well-defined ridges, arranged at approximately 120 degrees. According to the hotspot model of volcano formation, the current location of the Canary islands hotspot is under Hierro Island. El Hierro volcano is still in its juvenile stage of shield growth, and has been modified by gravitational spreading which caused gigantic landslides. There are three volcanic structures on El Hierro Island - elongated topographic ridge (the Southern Ridge) and two semi-circular volcanic cones (Tinor volcano, El Golfo volcano). Tinor Landslide was the earliest and directed to the northwest of Hierro Island. El Julan produced a 15 km wide embayment in the southwest of the island. The landslide was approximately 60–120 cubic km in volume, and covered 1600 sq km of ocean floor. Las Playas Landslide directed SE and had a volume of 25-35 cubic km. El Golfo, Debris Avalanche El Golfo is a major debris avalanche on the northern flank of Hierro Island, dated about 13,000 years ago. It has a width of 15 km and a scarp height of 1000 m. The landslide deposited 150-180 cubic km of debris on the seafloor down to a depth of 3000 m. 2011 Eruption An earthquake swarm occurred at El Hierro volcano in July 2011 with 720 earthquakes measured in a week. The earthquakes were measured between magnitude 1-3, and most were at a depth of 5-15 km. The swarm occurred at El Golfo in the northwest of the island at the location of a landslide that created a 100 metre high tsunami about 50,000 years ago. The earthquakes were continuing at the end of September and some evacuations were ordered for people living near the volcano. An undersea eruption began off the coast of El Hierro Island, Canary Islands on 10th October 2011. Initial reports placed the eruption site a few kilometres off the south coast of the island at a depth of about 450 m. The eruption was only been confirmed from seismic activity.



Think he`s the real deal?...I`m going to listen to him .... not the news.
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posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 07:38 PM
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Originally posted by Phage
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It's not recently. The claim was made in 1999.

And it's not going to happen. No Atlantic wide tsunami. They used bad science.
www.drgeorgepc.com...

edit on 9/30/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)


What if your one source is wrong and millions suffer due to your disinfo?
Will you sleep better know that your space suit looks "mint"?



posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 07:46 PM
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It is only as bad as it will get..untill it gets worse, all we can do is monitor it. If it happens then there is not nothing we can do but sit back and watch nature at its worst...hope it don`t happen.






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