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Subject Best El Hierro Thread On GLP - Canary Islands - ACTIVITY HAS RETURNED - AGAIN!
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Original Message Over 40 quakes were reported on Hierro alone yesterday, many with very shallow depths. 3.8 hit just North of Tenerife as well, bringing curiosity to the region...what's next?

"Update 07/08 10:21 UTC
An article in Diario El Hierro reports about some findings of the University of La Laguna. The professor indicates that eruption material from El Hierro is among the strongest eruption radioactive material known so far. Click here to read this (Spanish) article."

[link to earthquake-report.com]

"The stones of the eruption El Hierro, the most radioactive in the world"

"The stones that surfaced as a result of volcanic earthquake crisis last year affected the island of El Hierro are the most radioactive in the world, told Efe Antonio Darwich physicist, professor, Department of Soil Science and Geology University of La Laguna."

Original page in spanish [link to www.diariodeavisos.com]

So...they are totally dismayed as to how these rocks could be so full of radiation? Humm...let's try this explanation!


The United States used to use the coastal waters of El Hierro as a nuclear dumping ground. The idea that our nuclear waste has been drawn into the subversion plates, burnt down into the magma and then redistributed through El Hierro's underwater eruption is quite a possible scenario!

These eruptions are commonly phreatomagmatic eruptions, representing violent explosions caused by rising basaltic or andesitic magma coming into contact with abundant, shallow groundwater or surface water.

Total quakes to date (Takes a while to load)

[link to www.ign.es]

Deformation charts

[link to www.ign.es]
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