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Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours

 
TiSwAs (OP)
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01/06/2011 11:47 AM
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You guys do know that most of those 'earthquakes' are false readings from the storm they are getting right now with the high winds, look at top of page.


must be windy 4.3km underground!
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06.01.2011 14:55:28 63.622 -19.197 4.3 km 2.0 62.6 3.3 km SE of Goðabunga


I said MOST not all. I've been watching that site every since Eyjafjallajökull erupted. Any nutless retarded monkey can figure out that usual earthquake swarms happen in a localized group and not all over the place in 48hrs. Not to mention a very large storm with VERY HIGH WINDS is happening there right now. Come on use your fucking logic.


Sorry where is Mýrdalsjökull region compared to the North/East?
No where fooking near [link to en.vedur.is] - i use my eyes not logic...


from [link to en.vedur.is]
WEATHER OUTLOOK
Northeast and later north 15 to 23 m/s, stongest in the east, and snowshowers, especially in the north and east. North 18 to 28 m/s late in evening and snow in the north part. Considerable moderating wind in the east near midnight. Northeast 10 to 18 by tomorrow afternoon and snowshowers in the north and east. Frost 3 to 15 degrees C, coldest inland. Temperature near zero deg. by the south and east coast tomorrow.


looking quite serene around Katla now.

[link to www.ruv.is]
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Beautiful isnt it.
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
yeah, it's the shift/flow of the glacier from west to east that has me a bit worried. is that indicating a tilt up in the west of the caldera I wonder?
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16:50:24,1 66,434 -17,242 1,6 2,6 64,42 36,1 km ESE of Grímsey
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01/06/2011 12:15 PM
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16:50:24,1 66,434 -17,242 1,6 2,6 64,42 36,1 km ESE of Grímsey
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This is far away Myrdalsjokull
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01/06/2011 12:43 PM
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You guys do know that most of those 'earthquakes' are false readings from the storm they are getting right now with the high winds, look at top of page.

no, tremors increase, not quakes. we've watched these long enough to know the difference

[link to hraun.vedur.is]

that is the chart you'll see the effect of the storm on. in fact, it's starting already.
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I am no doom prophet and I have lived in Iceland long enough to notice patterns. I check the site several times a day. If this was weather related we might just as well throw all the seismic measuring equiptment away. This is a genuine alert as far as I am concerned, and the first real sign of Katla awakening. I did predict a second feb-march eruption at eyjafjallajökull, I am hoping that will be the case and Katla remains asleep, but this does look worrying , especially when it is on your doorstep
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Storm warning over the whole island ; northerly 20-25 m/s, -10 to -20 °C , snowdrift. If Katla erupts anytime soon it will blow over the UK in a matter of hours :)
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
You guys do know that most of those 'earthquakes' are false readings from the storm they are getting right now with the high winds, look at top of page.

no, tremors increase, not quakes. we've watched these long enough to know the difference

[link to hraun.vedur.is]

that is the chart you'll see the effect of the storm on. in fact, it's starting already.


I am no doom prophet and I have lived in Iceland long enough to notice patterns. I check the site several times a day. If this was weather related we might just as well throw all the seismic measuring equiptment away. This is a genuine alert as far as I am concerned, and the first real sign of Katla awakening. I did predict a second feb-march eruption at eyjafjallajökull, I am hoping that will be the case and Katla remains asleep, but this does look worrying , especially when it is on your doorstep
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ok, thanks for that.
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It's steaming isn't it? [link to eldgos.mila.is]
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TO be absolutely honest; the wind shakes my house far more than the earth, if difference twixt those exists; I haven't actually felt the ground shake for the longest time...
There is an expectancy in the air, but no alarm or angst -
more pressure than tension.
As for everything else that's going on; remember your blueprints of the self - just ask the void if any clarification needed ;) Namaste
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It's steaming isn't it? [link to eldgos.mila.is]
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well it never totally stopped, but if it is as stormy as some people are suggesting you would not see any steam. I just saw two aircraft fly over it so it looks like there is some concern and it cant be so rough as these were most likely helicopters.
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01/06/2011 12:56 PM
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
TO be absolutely honest; the wind shakes my house far more than the earth, if difference twixt those exists; I haven't actually felt the ground shake for the longest time...
There is an expectancy in the air, but no alarm or angst -
more pressure than tension.
As for everything else that's going on; remember your blueprints of the self - just ask the void if any clarification needed ;) Namaste
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the tremor amplitude does seem to be increasing. Are you in Reykjavik?
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01/06/2011 12:58 PM
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TO be absolutely honest; the wind shakes my house far more than the earth, if difference twixt those exists; I haven't actually felt the ground shake for the longest time...
There is an expectancy in the air, but no alarm or angst -
more pressure than tension.
As for everything else that's going on; remember your blueprints of the self - just ask the void if any clarification needed ;) Namaste


the tremor amplitude does seem to be increasing. Are you in Reykjavik?
 Quoting: iceboundalien 1135249

the tremor amplitude rise is very probably the forecasted storm

[link to hraun.vedur.is]

lol, Katla's got acne.

[link to en.vedur.is]
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01/06/2011 01:03 PM
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
TO be absolutely honest; the wind shakes my house far more than the earth, if difference twixt those exists; I haven't actually felt the ground shake for the longest time...
There is an expectancy in the air, but no alarm or angst -
more pressure than tension.
As for everything else that's going on; remember your blueprints of the self - just ask the void if any clarification needed ;) Namaste
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Sounds like the local Hindu is taking stock of things
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01/06/2011 01:24 PM
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It's steaming isn't it? [link to eldgos.mila.is]
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now it stops almost completely…was quite alot of steam betwen 17.28 and 17.45 icelandic time.
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
I like this..

hekla

Detail of Abraham Ortelius' map of Iceland (1585)

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Everything is permitted..
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01/06/2011 04:04 PM
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
throw in a Virgin that always works
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01/06/2011 05:26 PM
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
I like this..

:hekla:

Detail of Abraham Ortelius' map of Iceland (1585)

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Ahh, excellent, can you please point out Mt. Doom on the map as well as Minis Tirith.

Thanks!
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01/06/2011 05:29 PM
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[link to www.ruv.is]

Iceland Lights.
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01/06/2011 05:36 PM
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
so is it going to blow or not?
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01/06/2011 05:37 PM
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[link to www.ruv.is]

Iceland Lights.
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Strange lights indeed
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01/06/2011 05:44 PM
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Those lights can't be common, I have been watching on and off for the past several months and have never seen any flashes at night, with all the quakes today it may be trying to break through the ice.
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01/06/2011 06:27 PM
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
any widespread risks if it blows? or just a local problem
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Thread: REAL GLP RESEARCH I HAVE EXPLAINED THE BIRD AND FISH DEATHS!!! VOLCANOMAN!!!!
No One On GLP Could Have Known The Whole Time I Was An Ambassador To Them

If You Book It, They Will Come

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01/06/2011 07:50 PM
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
Swarming again in and around Katla and Eyjafjallajökull

[link to en.vedur.is]
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again and again earthquakes!
100 earthquakes*3 days for a eruption!
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[link to www.jonfr.com]

Doom cancelled! buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
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Eyeballjelloskull was not enough?

Now we have Myassisfull. Great.
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I like this..

hekla

Detail of Abraham Ortelius' map of Iceland (1585)

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Outstanding! Reminds me of one of the maps a friend of mine did for his gaming world.

Love that map!!!

btw, the aurora Borealis showing in the katla cam earlier this evening was simply beautiful. I wish it was a color cam, but we are lucky to have one at all :)
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
Those lights can't be common, I have been watching on and off for the past several months and have never seen any flashes at night, with all the quakes today it may be trying to break through the ice.
 Quoting: page8844 1172015

I saw lots of them last night, definitely ruled out road or air traffic, they travelled too slowly in too straight a line for either of those. And they would suddenly increase in brightness 10 fold and then eventually fade out. Must have watched about 20 go through their routine, it was fascinating, whatever it was.
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It's all because of you assholes breathing out CO2!


Perhaps if we throw Algore into the volcano its wrath will subside.
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Couldn't hurt matters...let's try it and see shall we?
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Re: Mýrdalsjökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
any widespread risks if it blows? or just a local problem
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Simply, the answer is no. I'm sorry. Swarms are very much normal, as long as it can be. ... I know that sounds fishy, but it's the truth. Matter of fact; you can check any seismograph in that area, and it might come up with something - but rest assured - there is nothing going to happen, unless the volcano itself says so. Therefore, I know that a lot of people watch Iceland, but it means nothing. Why? Because there are lots of other volcanoes who need much more attention than any of those in Iceland.

Remember one thing when looking at seismographs: the time, the time line, and the age - plus, the volume of the caldera. If any of the aforementioned isn't there, then your whole calculation doesn't work. Watch the weather in the area..., and so on. It's easy to blow the whistle on nothing, but it's hard to account for real facts. ;o)

You're all scared of Yellowstone, Katla (why ever), and any other small "dip shits", but what about the real big ones in your own neighborhood? Do they account for nothing?

Therefore, watch out; learn to read and understand the seismographs. Learn about your area..., and so on. I mean - TOBA in Indonesia wasn't crowned the biggest volcano for no reason. ;o) You might still think, that Yellowstone, The VALLES/Valley Caldera are the biggest on his planet - but you're wrong. It's Toba, and others, together with Yellowstone who play a part...

To get back on topic - the Icland volcanos might be pretty frightening for some people, but they aren't for the ones in the know. lol And I mean this. Volcanos are everywhere - so - think about it - it's earth. Be afraid, and fear will eat you. haha
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