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Volcanic activity worldwide 29 Sep 2021

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posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 09:08 AM
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Recently I've had a growing interest in volcanoes so excuse me if I run down a path the rest of you are familiar with.

I found this website very intriguing as it lists all current volcanic activity. I was unaware that so much activity was going on right now. Is this something that's always happening or is this new? There are currently 25 volcanoes erupting across the world and filling the air with ash and other things, while 10 other volcanoes are under eruption warnings and/or showing minor activity.

We all know about La Palma's eruption and how it's still pumping lava out like crazy, but others around the world are doing the same, some pushing ash 21,000 feet into the air.

Worldwide Volcano Activity






posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 09:12 AM
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This is the best LIVE link to La Palma I’ve found.
The camera is very close and you can really hear the sounds. One of the vent is just pouring lava out rather calmly while another vet right behind it is explosive and shooting massive boulders hundreds and hundreds of feet in the sky. Pretty awesome to watch!

m.youtube.com...



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 09:21 AM
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originally posted by: PiratesCut
a reply to: LSU2018

This is the best LIVE link to La Palma I’ve found.
The camera is very close and you can really hear the sounds. One of the vent is just pouring lava out rather calmly while another vet right behind it is explosive and shooting massive boulders hundreds and hundreds of feet in the sky. Pretty awesome to watch!

m.youtube.com...





Yeah I've been glued to the La Palma livestream for almost two weeks now, it's mesmerizing. That's what piqued my interest in looking at other activity out there. I wonder how much activity and ash it would take to send us back into an ice age.



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 09:29 AM
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Yeah I've been glued to the La Palma livestream for almost two weeks now, it's mesmerizing. That's what piqued my interest in looking at other activity out there. I wonder how much activity and ash it would take to send us back into an ice age.


I was just thinking that the global warming crackpots should be loving this. Enough of this activity and we'll be plugged into a global winter



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 09:30 AM
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a reply to: LSU2018

apophysis would do it. A Tamburrini size blast?

it would have to be something never seen in recorded history is my guess



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 09:42 AM
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This is just in this morning:


apnews.com...< br />

Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano erupts, lava fountains form in park




HONOLULU (AP) — One of the most active volcanos on Earth is erupting on Hawaii’s Big Island.

Officials with the U.S. Geological Survey confirmed Wednesday that an eruption has begun in Kilauea volcano’s Halemaumau crater at the volcano’s summit.

Webcam footage of the crater showed lava fountains covering the floor of the crater and billowing clouds of volcanic gas were rising into the air. The same area has been home to a large lava lake at various times throughout the volcano’s eruptive past.

The eruption is not in an area with homes and is entirely contained within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

“All signs indicate that it will stay within the crater,” said Ken Hon, the USGS scientist in charge of Hawaii Volcano Observatory. “We’re not seeing any indications that lava is moving into the lower part of the east rift zone where people live. Currently all the activity is within the park.”

The volcano’s alert level has been raised to “warning” and the aviation code changed to red.

Earlier Wednesday, officials said increased earthquake activity and ground swelling had been detected, and at that time raised the alert levels accordingly.

Kilauea had a major eruption in 2018 that destroyed more than 700 homes and displaced thousands of residents. Before that eruption, the volcano had been slowly erupting for decades, but mostly not in densely populated residential areas





posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 10:25 AM
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originally posted by: LSU2018
Recently I've had a growing interest in volcanoes so excuse me if I run down a path the rest of you are familiar with.

I found this website very intriguing as it lists all current volcanic activity. I was unaware that so much activity was going on right now. Is this something that's always happening or is this new? There are currently 25 volcanoes erupting across the world and filling the air with ash and other things, while 10 other volcanoes are under eruption warnings and/or showing minor activity.

We all know about La Palma's eruption and how it's still pumping lava out like crazy, but others around the world are doing the same, some pushing ash 21,000 feet into the air.

Worldwide Volcano Activity





By any chance, do you follow Dutchsinse on YouTube?
Also, there goes all our work on reducing greenhouse emissions. ..carbon footprint....etc...yadda yadda. ... (Insert Greta Thunburg mad face here.)
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posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 10:36 AM
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How dare you!



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 12:00 PM
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Is this something that's always happening or is this new?

At all times volcanic activity is constantly occurring at various locations around the world. I think there's even many many more that are taking place underwater.


Has worldwide volcanic activity been increasing recently?

We sometimes are being asked if the number of currently active volcanoes and ongoing eruptions, or global volcanic activity, has been increasing recently. Should we be worried "globally"?

The current level of volcanic activity is completely normal, on the contrary (if not on the low end of averages over decades).

The main difference is that there is faster and more information available, as well as increased media coverage and public interest on the subject of global volcanic activity.

This might give the impression that volcanic activity is on the increase (which it is not).

So, we should not be worried by global volcanic activity.

www.volcanodiscovery.com...



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 12:07 PM
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If you like that ...

You'll love the RSOE EDIS Emergency and Disaster Information Service live events map

It shows all the current disasters going on worldwide

Earthquakes, volcanoes, fires, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and everything else. Even man-made disasters and events

RSOE EDIS EVENTS MAP
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posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 12:09 PM
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originally posted by: network dude
a reply to: AccessDenied

How dare you!

😂



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 01:30 PM
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I don't, but I'll go check it out. Thanks for the info! And also,

Dear volcanoes of natural course,




posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 01:36 PM
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originally posted by: LSU2018
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I don't, but I'll go check it out. Thanks for the info! And also,

Dear volcanoes of natural course,


😂



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 01:49 PM
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volcano.si.edu...



Yasur Vanuatu 2965 247 1774 Jul 2 (in or before) ± 182 days 2021 Aug 19 (continuing) 3


name,location,eruption months,year.....

Yup that baby has been constantly going for 247 years

A few more closing in on the 100 years too if you check the link



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 02:41 PM
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originally posted by: LSU2018

originally posted by: PiratesCut
a reply to: LSU2018

This is the best LIVE link to La Palma I’ve found.
The camera is very close and you can really hear the sounds. One of the vent is just pouring lava out rather calmly while another vet right behind it is explosive and shooting massive boulders hundreds and hundreds of feet in the sky. Pretty awesome to watch!

m.youtube.com...





Yeah I've been glued to the La Palma livestream for almost two weeks now, it's mesmerizing. That's what piqued my interest in looking at other activity out there. I wonder how much activity and ash it would take to send us back into an ice age.


You bring up a great point didn't an eruption cause an unusually cold winter for a couple of years in the 1800's. Not sure about the other volcanoes but La Palma is pumping it out and it's at the right lattitude that if it continues could have cooling effect

en.wikipedia.org...

1815
The 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora, a stratovolcano in Indonesia. The eruption had a Volcanic Explosivity Index of 7. The eruption was the largest in recorded human history and one of largest in the holocene (10,000 years to present). The eruption led to global cooling and worldwide harvest failures caused what came to be known as the "Year Without a Summer" of 1816. Europe, still recuperating from the Napoleonic Wars, suffered from food shortages. Food riots broke out in the United Kingdom and France, and grain warehouses were looted. The violence was worst in landlocked Switzerland, where famine caused the government to declare a national emergency. Huge storms and abnormal rainfall with flooding of Europe's major rivers (including the Rhine) are attributed to the event, as did the August frost. A major typhus epidemic occurred in Ireland between 1816 and 1819, precipitated by the famine. An estimated 100,000 Irish people perished during this period. A BBC documentary, using figures compiled in Switzerland, estimated that the fatality rates in 1816 were twice that of average years, giving an approximate European fatality total of 200,000 deaths. The corn crop in Northeastern North America failed, due to mid-summer frosts in New York State and June snowfalls in New England and Newfoundland and Labrador. The crop failures in New England, Canada, and parts of Europe also caused the price of wheat, grains, meat, vegetables, butter, milk, and flour to rise sharply.

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posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 02:49 PM
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I'm all for it. The Earth can cool off quicker than she heated up.



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 02:53 PM
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La Palma is way far away from that at present. Currently it's behaving much as it historically has in terms of eruptions so it probably has some weeks to go.



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 04:00 PM
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If we are lucky, we will find out the answer. Its aboot time for a HARD reset. Not this nwo b.s. a reply to: LSU2018



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 09:51 PM
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Usually volcanic ash has chemistry in it that causes a cooling of the earth. I think it has something to do with a specialized flouride compound in it or something that shoots high into the atmosphere.

So as the earth warms, supposedly volcanism gets higher and cools it back down somewhat from interpretting what I read years ago.

There is a little higher than average volcanic activity now I think, But there have been periods like this over the years, I don't think so far it is out of any range yet, although I have not been reading articles about the size of these and also am not that learned on this subject. there are people who work with this kind of stuff that know lots more than I do.



posted on Sep, 30 2021 @ 10:08 PM
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I lava you baby.




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