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Originally posted by Daughter2
One thing I don't understand is they said this area gets earthquakes all the time. Why no sounds before? What was different about this time?
The recent quake in Switzerland produced these types of sounds.
Originally posted by mileysubet
reply to post by Human_Alien
Yes Hawaii is an island, but it is connected to the sea floor which is composed primarily of basalt one of the densest rocks on earth.
Mysterious submarine plume discharge clouds waters at Hawaii harbor
Posted on March 2, 2012
March 2, 2012 – HAWAII - A mysterious cloudy substance is emptying into Kewalo Basin (Honolulu) from a storm drain at an alarming rate. The mystery plume started pouring into Kewalo Basin before sunrise. “It was like 5:30 in the morning and I was standing here and then all of a sudden it came all at one time,” said Robert St. Romain of Sashimi Fishing Tours. At first light he and other boat owners were stunned by the free flowing plume that turned the water white. “Just was coming out here like crazy just like you see it right now and it muddied the whole harbor in a matter of five minutes. The whole harbor was just glazed over usually you can see down,” said a boater. And it kept coming hundreds of gallons of milky brown fluid every minute. “That storm drain is capable of close to a million gallons a day of water coming through,” said Kewalo Basin Harbor Master Charles Barclay. He said he’s never seen anything like this.