posted on Feb, 2 2014 @ 09:14 AM
I've been following Etna. I just checked the squiggly lines and once again I find myself frustrated. It would appear we are losing monitors. It was
easy to predict the next eruption because each graph was increasing and you could follow along. Now, even the ones left online are losing
transmissions. At least I had that webicorder one left. And when I checked back to see if I could use that as my only source for reference, even it
has gaps. So, at the moment I feel blind. Have a look at what's left and tell me it you think there's small harmonics and whether they increasing. You
know, hey, it could always be wind. Winter is hard on the equipment.
I agree general activity is low. But now Central America seems to be energizing.
I think Sinbung's eruptions are directly linked to 2004. The giant quake woke up the mountain. I believe it was awakened in 2010. I wish I could
focus. Because I know I read some article sometime that was talking about volcanoes and the 2004 mega-thrust. Or, was it Japan. Ug, I can't even
remember the thrust of the article for a point to make.
Did everyone see the picture of that new volcanic island that merge with the other nearby? At one point it looked like Snoopy. That's all I'm
interested in at the moment. Cartoons. Check out the volcano on Volcano Discovery. I'll see if I can' muster enough energy to post.
I must be done thinking now.
I found the page. Here's Snoopy.
Wow. I still have edit time. I went back and looked at Etna. Now I think it's ebbing. So, I think it don't matter much.
edit on 2-2-2014 by ericblair4891 because: (no reason given)