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« on: January 29, 2011, 10:47:46 am »

In your "conversations" with others in the FC thread that you've been participating in of late, you have made repeated references to Yellowstone and have alluded to some sort of imminent "event".

The only thing of substantial issue I'm aware of at Yellowstone is the caldera and the possibility or even likelihood of a supervolcano occurring in the future. From earlier readings, I've gleaned that approximately every 750,000 years (give or take a few hundred thou), the supervolcano that lies under Yellowstone blows its stack, which has substantial impact on all manner of life on the planet.

I've reviewed this site which makes reference to an earthquake swarm that occurred last month, but does not in any way indicate any substantial "event".

Are you in a position to talk toward this? What kind of information might you have that outweighs or negates this, admittedly, government information that doesn't indicate a problem? Note the Current Volcano Alert Level is "Normal".

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« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2011, 11:26:59 am »

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« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2011, 11:37:46 am »

I'm interested in the Yellowstone earthquakes and "super volcano" as well.  I check the USGS site daily for earthquakes.  Only because I am more interested in the Frenchman Mountain fault line.

I noticed that graph in Trip's signature, but wasn't quite sure why he had it there.
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« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2011, 11:44:27 am »

In your "conversations" with others in the FC thread that you've been participating in of late, you have made repeated references to Yellowstone and have alluded to some sort of imminent "event".

The only thing of substantial issue I'm aware of at Yellowstone is the caldera and the possibility or even likelihood of a supervolcano occurring in the future. From earlier readings, I've gleaned that approximately every 750,000 years (give or take a few hundred thou), the supervolcano that lies under Yellowstone blows its stack, which has substantial impact on all manner of life on the planet.

I've reviewed this site which makes reference to an earthquake swarm that occurred last month, but does not in any way indicate any substantial "event".

Are you in a position to talk toward this? What kind of information might you have that outweighs or negates this, admittedly, government information that doesn't indicate a problem? Note the Current Volcano Alert Level is "Normal".



Sometime over the last couple of weeks I read or heard a short blurb about how Yellowstone seems to be getting more active and certain parts of Yellowstone has risen far more in the very recent past than it has over the last decade. Sometimes this is a precursor to an eruption event. However, some scientists have concluded that the small events stave off the big events. Face it, if Yellowstone has a massive event, it will be the end of the USA and possibly of all life on the Earth. I'm far enough South that I wouldn't be immediately impacted by a major event at Yellowstone, (that's what the maps show, anyways), BUT that doesn't preclude all of the dust that would be propelled into the upper atmosphere. That could do major damage to crops and turn the weather pretty chilly.
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« Reply #4 on: January 29, 2011, 11:44:39 am »

I'm interested in the Yellowstone earthquakes and "super volcano" as well.  I check the USGS site daily for earthquakes.  Only because I am more interested in the Frenchman Mountain fault line.

I noticed that graph in Trip's signature, but wasn't quite sure why he had it there.

I've watched the yellowstone special on Discovery a few times and it's a pretty bleak outlook if something were to happen.
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« Reply #5 on: January 29, 2011, 11:54:54 am »

I've watched the yellowstone special on Discovery a few times and it's a pretty bleak outlook if something were to happen.

Never saw any specials about it, just read things here and there online. 

Do libraries carry DVDs on such things? 
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« Reply #6 on: January 29, 2011, 12:00:42 pm »

Never saw any specials about it, just read things here and there online. 

Do libraries carry DVDs on such things? 

I'm sure they would.  Try this summery of the show.

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« Reply #7 on: January 29, 2011, 12:06:36 pm »

Trip's thread at Hannity

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*ALERT* Yellowstone Super volcano -- National Disaster Imminent.

This is not a drill.


In very recent days, the seismic activity of Yellowstone, America's supervolcano, has suddenly reached alarming levels.


The Evidence:


For the past week(s) numerous seismic sensors have shown seismic harmonics, but low level.

On the 25th of January, these seismic harmonics picked up and suddenly entered the realm of truly alarming.

Yellowstone-11jan25.jpg


In the above image, notice the harmonic "ringing" over the entire day. This is active evidence of "magma on the move" with the chambers actively filling.

There were also two quakes during the day:
2.2 at 04:51:04 UTC - depth 1 km, and
3.9 at 05:10:11 UTC - depth 0.1 km.

Other seismic signatures at distal sensors show evidence of remote dikes being filled by pressured induction.

Relevant Data:


University of Utah Yellowstone Seismic Graphs:
http://www.quake.utah.edu...elicorder/ytp_webi_1d.htm

Yellowstone Seismic Sensor Location Map:
http://www.seis.utah.edu/helicorder/yell_webi.htm

2004-2010 "Extraordinary Caldera Deformation Episode"
(geologic deformation map correlates to "Lake" in above Seismic Sensor Map)
http://volcanoes.usgs.gov...o/public...10/GRL2010.php

Other:
USGS "Live Internet Seismic Server"
http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/heli2.shtml

Additional Cause For Concern:

This morning I was in contact with a friend, who has regularly been in contact with a U of U geologist who is a close, personal and family friend of theirs, regarding the alarming upsurge at Yellowstone. Today, as a result of the new data, my contact did phone their close personal friend-geologist at U of U.

Instead of the normal discussion of the seismic data, he was greeted with a rather chilly response. "I can not discuss the current events going on over here".

To my own mind, this is strong evidence of an information lock-down by DHS to prevent panic.



Possibly Unrelated (and unconfirmed):

FEMA Requests Information on the Availability of 140 Million Packets of Food, Blankets, and Body Bags

140 Million is a very large portion of the American populace. Are we expecting a multi-pronged nuclear attack? Or perhaps more likely, "some" unprecedented natural disaster?


Disclaimer: There is every possibility that :IF: Yellowstone erupts, it will not be an explosive, supervolcano level event. However, there's no certainty as to that.

http://forums.hannity.com...showthread.php?p=86012281
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« Reply #8 on: January 29, 2011, 12:08:14 pm »

I'm interested in the Yellowstone earthquakes and "super volcano" as well.  I check the USGS site daily for earthquakes.  Only because I am more interested in the Frenchman Mountain fault line.

I noticed that graph in Trip's signature, but wasn't quite sure why he had it there.

That wasn't in his sig line, but an attachment. I do that sometimes because I loathe having to get into photobucket and do all of that mundane stuff to get a pic posted.
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« Reply #9 on: January 29, 2011, 12:16:45 pm »

That wasn't in his sig line, but an attachment. I do that sometimes because I loathe having to get into photobucket and do all of that mundane stuff to get a pic posted.

That's what I meant.  Smiley

I'm sure they would.  Try this summery of the show.

Discovery Channel

Thanks.  I'll look around.  I am on a website that had a 10 minute video up from a History Channel show on the super volcano.  I had no idea there were that many volcanoes there.  But it/they last erupted 2.1 million years ago.  I'm going to read some more.  That stuff is addicting.

Just correcting... I  misread the article.  It said the largest eruption ever was 2.1 million years ago.  And the last eruption was 640,000 years ago or so. 
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« Reply #10 on: January 29, 2011, 12:30:59 pm »

That's what I meant.  Smiley

Thanks.  I'll look around.  I am on a website that had a 10 minute video up from a History Channel show on the super volcano.  I had no idea there were that many volcanoes there.  But it/they last erupted 2.1 million years ago.  I'm going to read some more.  That stuff is addicting.

Just correcting... I  misread the article.  It said the largest eruption ever was 2.1 million years ago.  And the last eruption was 640,000 years ago or so. 

And, according to many  scientists, we are overdue for another eruption. I can't remember the cycle they stated, but I THINK it was something like 632,000 years that Yellowstone was supposed to erupt. While I can't give much credence to their estimates, who knows??
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« Reply #11 on: January 29, 2011, 12:33:51 pm »

And, according to many  scientists, we are overdue for another eruption. I can't remember the cycle they stated, but I THINK it was something like 632,000 years that Yellowstone was supposed to erupt. While I can't give much credence to their estimates, who knows??

But haven't scientists also said California is overdue for their next big massive earthquake?

It doesn't even matter.  There is no stopping the eruption of a volcano and no huge warnings either.  It's just going to happen.  Hopefully it doesn't happen in our lifetime.
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« Reply #12 on: January 29, 2011, 12:35:26 pm »

The world is suppose to end in 2012... so maybe that's when the super volcano will erupt.   
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« Reply #13 on: January 29, 2011, 01:06:40 pm »

The world is suppose to end in 2012... so maybe that's when the super volcano will erupt.   

LOL, ya never know !! But that doesn't fall in line with the Bible.
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« Reply #14 on: January 31, 2011, 01:02:57 pm »


Considering how utterly wrong this joker has been about everything else he claims expertise, I think he would qualify as the Dick Morris of CC.
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