Earthquakes -
#11
Thank you @Whiteangel for starting this thread.
I'm thinking it may be a busy thread before the year is out.
Heavenly Father, please keep President Donald Trump and his family safe and protected, along with all the Patriots who are working with him and for him.  Protect and Nurture our Nation, and help us through these turbulent times.  We ask this in the Name of Christ.  Amen. 
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#12
(03-21-2020, 04:12 PM)Aquarius Wrote: Thank you @Whiteangel for starting this thread.
I'm thinking it may be a busy thread before the year is out.
You're welcome hon.  This year there are a lot of NEO fly-bys happening and there always seems to be a larger quake with those.  You could be very right.
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#13
Two planetary alignments converging on March 20-21 may trigger larger seismic activity, most likely from the 22nd to the 24th.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIpphi7U3n4
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#14
A chunk of Yellowstone the size of Chicago has been pulsing. Why?

In northwestern Wyoming, in the center of Yellowstone National Park, a bubbling caldera is the scar of a 640,000-year-old, gargantuan volcanic eruption. The 3,472-square-mile park encompassing the caldera is filled with geologic wonderlands of sprouting geysers and effervescing pools, all ultimately driven by magma and superheated fluids churning in the rock below the surface.

One of these areas, Norris Geyser Basin to the northwest of the caldera, contains more than 500 hydrothermal features. These tempestuous geysers and pools often change from day to day, but a much larger transformation has been taking place as well: For more than two decades, an area larger than Chicago centered near the basin has been inflating and deflating by several inches in erratic bursts.

...To be clear, the new research does not indicate that the supervolcano that created Yellowstone’s caldera—which last erupted 640,000 years ago—is any more likely to erupt now. Instead, these geologic movements may help explain why the park’s Steamboat Geyser, the world’s tallest active geyser, has been erupting at a record-breaking pace since March 2018. Researchers also speculate that the changes below Norris may mean a slightly increased chance of hydrothermal explosions taking place in the basin.


[link to www.nationalgeographic.com (secure)]
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#15
7.6
EAST OF KURIL ISLANDS
2020-03-25 02:49:15.6 UTC
48.99 N ; 157.67 E
16 km


First came in as a 7.8

sunami Information Statement Number 1
NWS National Tsunami Warning Center Palmer AK
801 PM PDT Tue Mar 24 2020

...THIS IS A TSUNAMI INFORMATION STATEMENT FOR ALASKA, BRITISH
COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON, OREGON AND CALIFORNIA...

EVALUATION
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* Earthquakes of this size are known to generate tsunamis
potentially dangerous to coasts outside the source region.

* The U.S. National Tsunami Warning Center is analyzing
the event to determine the level of danger.

* More information will be issued as it becomes available.

* This earthquake has the potential to generate a destructive
tsunami in the source region.


PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS
---------------------------------

* The following parameters are based on a rapid preliminary
assessment of the earthquake and changes may occur.

* Magnitude 7.8
* Origin Time 1849 AKDT Mar 24 2020
1949 PDT Mar 24 2020
0249 UTC Mar 25 2020
* Coordinates 49.0 North 157.7 East
* Depth 37 miles
* Location east of the Kuril Islands, Russia
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#16
[Image: ET7G_0JXkAEL37R?format=jpg&name=small]
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ET7G_0JXkAEL37R?format=jpg&name=small
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#17
https://twitter.com/wxrjm/status/1242649351492710400




TSUNAMI WATCH issued for Hawaii.
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#18
(03-24-2020, 10:24 PM)WhiteAngel Wrote: [Image: ET7G_0JXkAEL37R?format=jpg&name=small]
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ET7G_0JXkAEL37R?format=jpg&name=small
LOL you beat me too it.

Lmao


I really need to quit using firefox, I can't see images or tweets.  It's not just on this website either.
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#19
(03-24-2020, 10:26 PM)mountain man Wrote:
(03-24-2020, 10:24 PM)WhiteAngel Wrote: [Image: ET7G_0JXkAEL37R?format=jpg&name=small]
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ET7G_0JXkAEL37R?format=jpg&name=small
LOL you beat me too it.

Lmao


I really need to quit using firefox, I can't see images or tweets.  It's not just on this website either.
Turn off enhanced tracking, top tool bar left end, looks like a blue shield.
My mind, a field of battles, struggles for peace in a tight place.
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#20
Those Island are in between Japan and Russia. Major dispute between those two over the natural resource available.

Tsunami could also have dire effects on the Islands of Japan.
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