posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 09:35 PM
I have read each page of this thread but haven't seen this link posted. It was in one of the YouTube videos posted earlier on.
It is from June of last year, I believe. It has a couple (or at least one) USGS members quoted in the article talking about the potential for volcanic
activity in the Salton area.
It also has this quote from 1989: "The compositions of lavas of past eruptions and the association of vents with groundwater and the Salton Sea
suggest that pyroclastic flows and surges and explosive eruptions could occur in the future," a 1989 bulletin by U.S. Geological Survey on potential
future volcano hazards in California said."
As well as a member of the USGS discussing the probability: "Eventually, something is going to come to the surface in the Salton Sea area. But we're a
long, long way from being able to make any predictions on that," said Patrick Muffler, a USGS geologist from Palo Alto who's spent more than four
decades focused on geothermal energy, and whose studies include the Salton Buttes.
I posted this earlier on, too. Does no one else find it interesting? (One member commented, actually)
Or could someone at least debunk it for me? Last time I checked it was during hurricane Issac and sure enough it was directly over LA during that
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