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Magma Causing Uplift in Oregon

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posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 01:42 PM
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Well, we better send Pierce Brosnan out there pronto.
Thanks for the info, hopefully nothing happens or it is only a very minor eruption as they said.




posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 06:51 PM
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Originally posted by The Great Day
i think the earth is on the verge of a new cycle.....



No I don't think so... it's just the Earth doing the same thing it has been every day for billions of years.

The only time to really panic is when the Volcanoes that erupt maybe every 5000 - 10000 years start to wake up. Like the Western Volcanic provence in West Victoria AU (which has over 400 eruption points between Melbourn city and the S/A border), 40 of which have the potential to become active within our lifetime.

Those babies go up, then I'll admit there's something going on...lol



posted on Jan, 6 2012 @ 06:39 AM
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Originally posted by Ironclad

Originally posted by The Great Day
i think the earth is on the verge of a new cycle.....



No I don't think so... it's just the Earth doing the same thing it has been every day for billions of years.

The only time to really panic is when the Volcanoes that erupt maybe every 5000 - 10000 years start to wake up. Like the Western Volcanic provence in West Victoria AU (which has over 400 eruption points between Melbourn city and the S/A border), 40 of which have the potential to become active within our lifetime.

Those babies go up, then I'll admit there's something going on...lol


that's what i am saying amigo...its been about 6000 years plus since the last shake up...actually more like 12000. So this could just be a precursor for future generations to come....i hope so....for my sake. But you know the warm up could be starting now.

and compared to the earth...you we are less than an ant.
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posted on Jan, 6 2012 @ 05:11 PM
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Been off for a few days, just got on to check for updates on Rainer & Hood as well as politics & saw this. Crap.

I am not far from where you can see Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helen's & Mt. Adams on a clear day & have seen the Sisters on the way to Eugene many times. I am NOT thrilled with the idea of any of the Cascades or the Cascadia Subduction Zone to start acting up. Maybe it's a good thing I am digitizing all my records to fit on 1 small external hard drive I can grab along with my laptop & just go...



posted on Jan, 7 2012 @ 04:21 AM
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i have not clicked on the link yet , but i will..

remind me to send a U2U to ultarosebud and thank her for this find and you also get the credit for making the thread ...


it does need to be kept an eye on , no doubt about it ..
Its been a while since there have been any volcanos blowing their stops in either california or oregon ...

my mom expected either shasta or cobb to blow but that was 15 years ago ... and neither blew YET

anyway , thank you westcost for this awesome thread ... ( man im outta practice to making great threads and or posts .. i gotta get back into the game of posting stuff here ....



posted on Jan, 7 2012 @ 01:42 PM
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Good to 'see' you!

I wish there were a way to transfer the flags/stars to UtahRosebud......

You know, you are right. Other than helens, it has been quite a while since an eruptive phase occured here on our little stretch of the ring of fire. Perhaps the off-shore volcanos and this new uplift are all symptoms of a new era. I know geologically speaking, it hasn't been long, but if you look hisorically, I believe we are due.

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posted on Jan, 7 2012 @ 04:51 PM
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lol nice pic in your post westcost ....... but iv seen that exact same pic at least 2 dozen times ...... which is why i know a lot of these volcanos in my opinion are due or over due ....


and its good to see you around too.... i got mad at ats for a while and kept my distance .. but im back for a bit ..



posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 02:37 PM
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Thanks for your hard work and dedication WestCoast...i live very near to Mt. St. Helens..... was in sf area recently and felt at least 3-4 qaukes...i started watching the usgs and abc quakewatch ive noticed that the entire west coast of north America is very active. Alaska..nevada the nw ..kinda scary.. I'll be wathching for more from you



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