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reply to post by dreamfox1
Isn't there always small quakes in that area?
I'm not debunking your thread, real question.
Not sure why 6 relatively small quakes in a 4.5 hour span is putting you in full on alert mode???? I would understand this thread if we are talking about EQ's over 5-6 and a lot more of them, but this seems very insignificant and the thread is likely leading people who don't know much about EQ's to fear something rare and potentially dangerous is going on.
There's been a significant burst in volcanic activity all around the world in the past week or so.
Today Iceland’s Askja which has been dormant since 1961 was hit by a series of tremors.
November 22nd Chile’s Chaitén was hit by ~80 tremors. Last erupted 2008.
Tavurvur in Papua New Guinea has become pretty active since the beginning of November.
Mexico's Popocatepetl seems to be becoming more active, resulting in an evacuation radius (which has been expanded).
Mexico's Colima became very active November 18th, 19th.
Japan's Nishino-shima created an island November 21st, first eruption in 40 years.
Increased activity is reported at volcanoes in Guatemala and Vanuatu. November 20th.
Mount Sinabung in Indonesia is become more active recently. Erupted on November 16th.
November 20th, Italy's Mt Etna erupted quite vigorously.
A volcano under Antarctic ice was recently discovered on November 18th, after over a thousand tremors.
Early November it was observed that Nicaragua’s Momotombo seems to be reawakening, after being shaken by 300 tremors. It hasn't erupted in 108 years.
In my opinion, something is definately up. So yeah, I think that gives us a pretty good reason to monitor Yellowstone closely and be on edge.
My personal theory is that these events are tied to ISON, and that something big is coming our way.
Isn't yellowstone getting close to its due date??
Not really worried about Jellystone myself.
I can't do anything at all to affect whether the thing blows or not, so I don't live at the base of a volcano.
Mother nature will do as she pleases, and we will deal with it like we always have.