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'Supervolcano' forming near New Zealand

 
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A "supervolcano" forming deep below the Earth's crust north of New Zealand, will have the power to destroy the world.
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NEW ZEALAND IS PLOTTING TO DESTRoY THE WORLD!!!!
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would be a nice reason the solomon islands have taken a beating over the last week.
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This begs the question, what are the consequences of a submarine supervolcano eruption? If a huge Asteroid hits the sea, there is an instant vaporization of unbelievable amounts of sea water, the Asteroid hits dry sea floor.

And a Super Eruption? A Tsunami for sure, Earthquakes too, but what would be the difference in the amount of aerosols and dust thrown in the Atmosphere when compared to an onshore Supervolcano, there has to be something dissolved partly in the water.
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Knew you would like this one Luis. ;-)
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Knew you would like this one Luis. ;-)
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This begs the question, what are the consequences of a submarine supervolcano eruption? If a huge Asteroid hits the sea, there is an instant vaporization of unbelievable amounts of sea water, the Asteroid hits dry sea floor.

And a Super Eruption? A Tsunami for sure, Earthquakes too, but what would be the difference in the amount of aerosols and dust thrown in the Atmosphere when compared to an onshore Supervolcano, there has to be something dissolved partly in the water.
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Cool story bro
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Part 2: Extinction-level supervolcano growing in the Pacific

Posted on February 12, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

February 12, 2013 – RING OF FIRE – Bad news, everyone – you have another near-certain world-ending catastrophe to look forward to. Scientists have confirmed that two continent-sized chemical blobs of partially melted rock are converging in the Pacific, and look set to create a massive new volcano, which could prove cataclysmic to life on Earth. Geologist Michael Thorne at the University of Utah reports in Earth and Planetary Science that the collision is slowly happening 1,800 miles beneath the ocean. He says that the collision could lead in two possible directions – both of which are bad, and would wipe out millions of species. One is just a massive single eruption, which would kill us all, the other is a thousand-year flood basalt eruption, which would also kill us. The problem is that two enormous “thermochemical piles” of molten rock about 3,000 miles across are moving towards each other at the bottom of the Earth’s mantle. The piles have been known about for decades, but it was originally thought they were static. But after extensive study with seismic waves, Thorne is convinced they’re in fact moving together. The result is a massive, molten blob that will one day be created beneath the ocean, creating a huge amount of pressure that will eventually blow up in our face. “What we may be detecting is the start of one of these large eruptive events that – if it ever happens – could cause very massive destruction on Earth,” said Thorne. Luckily the process is slow – it shouldn’t happen for another 100 million years or so. –Huffington UK

Trouble in the Pacific: But in the 1990s, geophysicists found evidence for the continent-size thermochemical piles beneath Africa and the Pacific. These are known technically as LLSVPs, or “large low shear velocity provinces,” because seismic shear waves passing through them move 5 percent slower that through surrounding mantle rock. That suggests they have a different composition and-or temperature than the surrounding mantle. Previous studies also have observed smaller blobs of rock, measuring perhaps 60-by-60 miles on the edges of the continent-sized masses. Seismic shear waves move as much as 45 percent slower through these blobs – known technically as ULVZs or “ultra low velocity zones” – indicating they may be spongy and partly molten. Thorne says his analysis of seismic waves passing through the core-mantle boundary reveals the Pacific pile really represents two or more continent-sized piles slowly sliding atop the core and colliding so that partly molten blobs on their edges are merging into the largest such blob or ULVZ ever observed – roughly the size of Florida. “My study might be the first to show actual seismic evidence that the piles are moving,” he says. “People who have done previous simulations have suggested this. They are sitting atop the core and getting pushed around by overlying mantle forces like subduction. They move around on the core somewhat like continental plates drift at Earth’s surface.” -UU [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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Its a matter of weeks now..
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Its a matter of weeks now..
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do you think so? Scientists say some thousands of years...
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Part 2: Extinction-level supervolcano growing in the Pacific

Posted on February 12, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

February 12, 2013 – RING OF FIRE – Bad news, everyone – you have another near-certain world-ending catastrophe to look forward to. Scientists have confirmed that two continent-sized chemical blobs of partially melted rock are converging in the Pacific, and look set to create a massive new volcano, which could prove cataclysmic to life on Earth. Geologist Michael Thorne at the University of Utah reports in Earth and Planetary Science that the collision is slowly happening 1,800 miles beneath the ocean. He says that the collision could lead in two possible directions – both of which are bad, and would wipe out millions of species. One is just a massive single eruption, which would kill us all, the other is a thousand-year flood basalt eruption, which would also kill us. The problem is that two enormous “thermochemical piles” of molten rock about 3,000 miles across are moving towards each other at the bottom of the Earth’s mantle. The piles have been known about for decades, but it was originally thought they were static. But after extensive study with seismic waves, Thorne is convinced they’re in fact moving together. The result is a massive, molten blob that will one day be created beneath the ocean, creating a huge amount of pressure that will eventually blow up in our face. “What we may be detecting is the start of one of these large eruptive events that – if it ever happens – could cause very massive destruction on Earth,” said Thorne. Luckily the process is slow – it shouldn’t happen for another 100 million years or so. –Huffington UK

Trouble in the Pacific: But in the 1990s, geophysicists found evidence for the continent-size thermochemical piles beneath Africa and the Pacific. These are known technically as LLSVPs, or “large low shear velocity provinces,” because seismic shear waves passing through them move 5 percent slower that through surrounding mantle rock. That suggests they have a different composition and-or temperature than the surrounding mantle. Previous studies also have observed smaller blobs of rock, measuring perhaps 60-by-60 miles on the edges of the continent-sized masses. Seismic shear waves move as much as 45 percent slower through these blobs – known technically as ULVZs or “ultra low velocity zones” – indicating they may be spongy and partly molten. Thorne says his analysis of seismic waves passing through the core-mantle boundary reveals the Pacific pile really represents two or more continent-sized piles slowly sliding atop the core and colliding so that partly molten blobs on their edges are merging into the largest such blob or ULVZ ever observed – roughly the size of Florida. “My study might be the first to show actual seismic evidence that the piles are moving,” he says. “People who have done previous simulations have suggested this. They are sitting atop the core and getting pushed around by overlying mantle forces like subduction. They move around on the core somewhat like continental plates drift at Earth’s surface.” -UU [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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it shouldn’t happen for another 100 million years or so. –Huffington UK

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This is interesting for our morning cup of doom.
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This is interesting for our morning cup of doom.
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Its a matter of weeks now..
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do you think so? Scientists say some thousands of years...
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days
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New Zealand is about to get bigger.
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Its a matter of weeks now..
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lol youve no idea of geological timelines...
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New Zealand is about to get bigger.
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Please elaborate on the what you mean exactly and the timeline for this.

Thanks in advance.
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Thread: Just conducted a new research on annual big quakes that happened since 2010. August 20-30 2014???

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"For 2 consecutive years, lots of rumors concerning big earthquakes and pole shifts caused by a celestial object to occur around the date of August 17 has been circulating on the internet from sources like John Moore and Mike Harris (Nibiru Aug 17 2012) and Pattie Brassard (Mag 15 quake Aug 17 2013).....Is there in any way a chance that the real date could actually be this year? .....August 17 2014???" ----Solar Guardian
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New Zealand is about to get bigger.
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Please elaborate on the what you mean exactly and the timeline for this.

Thanks in advance.
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You and Australia will mostly survive according to my recollection. You'll be sleeping in tent cities for a long time though. Prepare for it.

There are new land masses about to appear around New Zealand, Florida and Japan shortly, within our lifetime.
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That would squish a lot of motherfuckers!
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New Zealand is about to get bigger.
This is John Titor.
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Please elaborate on the what you mean exactly and the timeline for this.

Thanks in advance.
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You and Australia will mostly survive according to my recollection. You'll be sleeping in tent cities for a long time though. Prepare for it.

There are new land masses about to appear around New Zealand, Florida and Japan shortly, within our lifetime.
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Thanks for the reply. hf
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I was talking about this in another "doom" thread, but it appears this could happen sooner than later.

The Solomon Island area is having 4+ EQ's every single day. This sort of thing has happened before in other areas. What is troubling to me is that if you look closely at the "blob" of magma, the western edge is very close to the constant Santa Cruz EQ's.
My fear is that this "blob" of magma is working its way up through the known fault line in that area.

It may be a bit extreme, but I think it is definitely possible.
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Part 2: Extinction-level supervolcano growing in the Pacific

Posted on February 12, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

February 12, 2013 – RING OF FIRE – Bad news, everyone – you have another near-certain world-ending catastrophe to look forward to. Scientists have confirmed that two continent-sized chemical blobs of partially melted rock are converging in the Pacific, and look set to create a massive new volcano, which could prove cataclysmic to life on Earth. Geologist Michael Thorne at the University of Utah reports in Earth and Planetary Science that the collision is slowly happening 1,800 miles beneath the ocean. He says that the collision could lead in two possible directions – both of which are bad, and would wipe out millions of species. One is just a massive single eruption, which would kill us all, the other is a thousand-year flood basalt eruption, which would also kill us. The problem is that two enormous “thermochemical piles” of molten rock about 3,000 miles across are moving towards each other at the bottom of the Earth’s mantle. The piles have been known about for decades, but it was originally thought they were static. But after extensive study with seismic waves, Thorne is convinced they’re in fact moving together. The result is a massive, molten blob that will one day be created beneath the ocean, creating a huge amount of pressure that will eventually blow up in our face. “What we may be detecting is the start of one of these large eruptive events that – if it ever happens – could cause very massive destruction on Earth,” said Thorne. Luckily the process is slow – it shouldn’t happen for another 100 million years or so. –Huffington UK

Trouble in the Pacific: But in the 1990s, geophysicists found evidence for the continent-size thermochemical piles beneath Africa and the Pacific. These are known technically as LLSVPs, or “large low shear velocity provinces,” because seismic shear waves passing through them move 5 percent slower that through surrounding mantle rock. That suggests they have a different composition and-or temperature than the surrounding mantle. Previous studies also have observed smaller blobs of rock, measuring perhaps 60-by-60 miles on the edges of the continent-sized masses. Seismic shear waves move as much as 45 percent slower through these blobs – known technically as ULVZs or “ultra low velocity zones” – indicating they may be spongy and partly molten. Thorne says his analysis of seismic waves passing through the core-mantle boundary reveals the Pacific pile really represents two or more continent-sized piles slowly sliding atop the core and colliding so that partly molten blobs on their edges are merging into the largest such blob or ULVZ ever observed – roughly the size of Florida. “My study might be the first to show actual seismic evidence that the piles are moving,” he says. “People who have done previous simulations have suggested this. They are sitting atop the core and getting pushed around by overlying mantle forces like subduction. They move around on the core somewhat like continental plates drift at Earth’s surface.” -UU [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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it shouldn’t happen for another 100 million years or so. –Huffington UK

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yeah, yeah. Have you ever stopped to wonder why they ALWAYS say "it wont happen" about anything related to subjects like this? its always, according to them:
"thousands of years from now"
"millions of years from now"
"not in our lifetime"
How in the fuck do they know that for sure? THEY DONT.
Is all their saying is " so go back to your daily lives and forget about this".
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I was talking about this in another "doom" thread, but it appears this could happen sooner than later.

The Solomon Island area is having 4+ EQ's every single day. This sort of thing has happened before in other areas. What is troubling to me is that if you look closely at the "blob" of magma, the western edge is very close to the constant Santa Cruz EQ's.
My fear is that this "blob" of magma is working its way up through the known fault line in that area.

It may be a bit extreme, but I think it is definitely possible.
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Part 2: Extinction-level supervolcano growing in the Pacific

Posted on February 12, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

February 12, 2013 – RING OF FIRE – Bad news, everyone – you have another near-certain world-ending catastrophe to look forward to. Scientists have confirmed that two continent-sized chemical blobs of partially melted rock are converging in the Pacific, and look set to create a massive new volcano, which could prove cataclysmic to life on Earth. Geologist Michael Thorne at the University of Utah reports in Earth and Planetary Science that the collision is slowly happening 1,800 miles beneath the ocean. He says that the collision could lead in two possible directions – both of which are bad, and would wipe out millions of species. One is just a massive single eruption, which would kill us all, the other is a thousand-year flood basalt eruption, which would also kill us. The problem is that two enormous “thermochemical piles” of molten rock about 3,000 miles across are moving towards each other at the bottom of the Earth’s mantle. The piles have been known about for decades, but it was originally thought they were static. But after extensive study with seismic waves, Thorne is convinced they’re in fact moving together. The result is a massive, molten blob that will one day be created beneath the ocean, creating a huge amount of pressure that will eventually blow up in our face. “What we may be detecting is the start of one of these large eruptive events that – if it ever happens – could cause very massive destruction on Earth,” said Thorne. Luckily the process is slow – it shouldn’t happen for another 100 million years or so. –Huffington UK

Trouble in the Pacific: But in the 1990s, geophysicists found evidence for the continent-size thermochemical piles beneath Africa and the Pacific. These are known technically as LLSVPs, or “large low shear velocity provinces,” because seismic shear waves passing through them move 5 percent slower that through surrounding mantle rock. That suggests they have a different composition and-or temperature than the surrounding mantle. Previous studies also have observed smaller blobs of rock, measuring perhaps 60-by-60 miles on the edges of the continent-sized masses. Seismic shear waves move as much as 45 percent slower through these blobs – known technically as ULVZs or “ultra low velocity zones” – indicating they may be spongy and partly molten. Thorne says his analysis of seismic waves passing through the core-mantle boundary reveals the Pacific pile really represents two or more continent-sized piles slowly sliding atop the core and colliding so that partly molten blobs on their edges are merging into the largest such blob or ULVZ ever observed – roughly the size of Florida. “My study might be the first to show actual seismic evidence that the piles are moving,” he says. “People who have done previous simulations have suggested this. They are sitting atop the core and getting pushed around by overlying mantle forces like subduction. They move around on the core somewhat like continental plates drift at Earth’s surface.” -UU [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
 Quoting: Luisport


it shouldn’t happen for another 100 million years or so. –Huffington UK

 Quoting: Balloons


yeah, yeah. Have you ever stopped to wonder why they ALWAYS say "it wont happen" about anything related to subjects like this? its always, according to them:
"thousands of years from now"
"millions of years from now"
"not in our lifetime"
How in the fuck do they know that for sure? THEY DONT.
Is all their saying is " so go back to your daily lives and forget about this".
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Well be my guest and spend another 10 years on iminent doom mode
Put a lion in a cage for years without food and watch what happens.
Its appetite will of cause grow and grow, and then you point your finger at its hunger?
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A "supervolcano" forming deep below the Earth's crust north of New Zealand, will have the power to destroy the world.
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..but there is no need to panic, it won't happen for at least 100 million years.

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