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Friday, May 19, 2017

Earth Changes: West Coast Seismic Activity Raise Concerns Of Larger Event

Earth Changes: West Coast Seismic Activity Raise Concerns Of Larger Event 
The Planet X system is incoming. Here is some of the latest news
(Reported By Michael Snyder) Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier and Mount Hood are all major volcanoes that lie along the infamous “Ring of Fire” that runs down the west coast of the United States, and all of the seismic activity that has been taking place in the region has many concerned about what may happen next.  Earlier this month, I wrote about how 45 earthquakes of magnitude 2.5 or greater hit Alaska in just one 24 hour period.  This week, it is volcanic activity that is raising concerns.  The earthquake swarms at Mount St. Helens are making headlines all over the globe, and on Tuesday two major volcanoes in Alaska suddenly erupted on the exact same day


An eruption at Bogoslof volcano – one of two to erupt in the Aleutian Islands Tuesday – is its first after more than two months of inactivity, causing ash to fall in a nearby community before drifting south over the Pacific Ocean. The Alaska Volcano Observatory said Tuesday night’s eruption at the volcano about 60 miles west of Unalaska, which began just after 10:30 p.m. and lasted for 73 minutes, sent a plume to an altitude of 34,000 feet. Overall, 39 volcanoes around the world are either erupting right now or have recently erupted according to Volcano Discovery. Most of those active volcanoes are along the Ring of Fire. CONTINUE


2 Alaska Volcanoes Erupt Hours Apart


An eruption at Bogoslof volcano – one of two to erupt in the Aleutian Islands Tuesday – is its first after more than two months of inactivity, causing ash to fall in a nearby community before drifting south over the Pacific Ocean. The Alaska Volcano Observatory said Tuesday night’s eruption at the volcano about 60 miles west of Unalaska, which began just after
10:30 p.m. and lasted for 73 minutes, sent a plume to an altitude of 34,000 feet. By midday Wednesday, a lack of further activity caused AVO to lower Bogoslof’s aviation color code to “orange” and its alert level to “watch” — down from the more severe “red” and “warning” levels. Staff cautioned in an update that “(a)dditional ash-producing eruptions could occur at any time, however, with no detectable precursors.” READ MORE


New Zealand in store for Mega-Quake as fault lines collide


New Zealand could be in store for a devastating earthquake in the coming years with two fault zones set to collide.  The Oceanic country is still coming to terms with the damage caused by the 2011 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Christchurch which claimed the lives of almost 200 people. Researchers are now warning New Zealanders to brace themselves for a
quake which could measure 8.0 on the Richter Scale in the coming years. The experts behind the study say that a collision between the Pacific and Australian tectonic plates – a 500 kilometre stretch known as the Alpine Fault – takes place every 300 years or so, with the last one happening in 1717. When the collision does happen, the fault will rupture in “an extreme magnitude 8 earthquake in the coming decades”, the team from the Vitoria University of Wellington wrote in their study published in Nature. READ MORE


DEVELOPING: Mount St. Helens is ‘Recharging’ after 37 Years


Mount St. Helens erupted on May 18, 1980 after two months of increasing volcanic activity. That event is widely considered the most disastrous volcanic eruption in U.S. history. It killed 57 people, destroyed hundreds of homes, 57 bridges and some 200 miles of roads and highways in addition to leveling tens of thousands of acres of forest land.
The eruption sent an ash cloud more than 12 miles into the atmosphere in just 10 minutes. The ash then spread across the continental U.S. in a matter of days and circled the earth within 15 days, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The volcano had been dormant for more than 100 years until the seismic activity started to increase in March 1980. READ MORE

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