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Yellowstone Caldera - Hydro-Thermal Super Volcanic Eruption 2014 -update 10/07/14 - Eruption Drills, Magmatic Evolution & USGS Data Cover Up

 
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Shit, maybe it's a sudden few inches of slip in that landslide.....like the earth deforming real slow over an hour or so, until the landslide can't hold anymore and it slips a little, and the process repeats itself, but nah, it's too regular to not be man-made methinks. Could of course be measurements at Jackson to determine the speed or rate of the slide.
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No, sorry peops, it's got me foxed. Looking at it again, it appears to be 15 seconds duration for each blip. That's far too slow for a measuring transmitter surely. That's a frequency of 0.15 hertz. Only a real slow moving wave would do that - if the seiso were actually physically moving, and it was measuring say vertical movement, it would take 15 seconds for the thing to slowly rise, lower and return to it's original position, that's a mighty slow wave.

Can only be electromagnetic if it's man-made, don't see how else it could be done. Perhaps the sattelite imagery does hold water.....

Nope, I'm satisfactorily stumped at the minute...
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Managed to get webcam for Jackson but not streaming as they have "taken it off" [link to www.jacksonholenet.com]
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Have managed to crash me brain, (wot little thier is), time for nice cuppa tea........
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Have managed to crash me brain, (wot little thier is), time for nice cuppa tea........
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Right, have me tea, now, is it just me, or are there "harmonics" kicking up all over the northern part of the park????

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]
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Have managed to crash me brain, (wot little thier is), time for nice cuppa tea........
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Right, have me tea, now, is it just me, or are there "harmonics" kicking up all over the northern part of the park????

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]
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Not time for tea .. the NE entrance and Mirror lake . Both look like they are starting up ..Something is causing vibration could be natural tho'........
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O.K., here is what the sensitivity settings do in real pictures.

This is Pitchstone Plateau on the October 19th 2009, when it was set at 50 uV per division.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

and this is Pitchstone the next day when it was changed to 800 uV per division overnight.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

The sensitivity settings must be logrithmic or something, because working on a linear thing, this equates to a 16 times reduction in the size of shakes we would see. Doubt the boff's would decrease the sensitivity THAT much in one go to reduce back ground noise, so either I am wrong, or the boff's are not even looking at these same seiso's us sheeple are being fed.

Looks very much to me like some harmonics looking stuff was happening on the 19th, and the change in sensitivity got rid af that sharpish for the 20th onwards......
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O.K., here is what the sensitivity settings do in real pictures.

This is Pitchstone Plateau on the October 19th 2009, when it was set at 50 uV per division.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

and this is Pitchstone the next day when it was changed to 800 uV per division overnight.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

The sensitivity settings must be logrithmic or something, because working on a linear thing, this equates to a 16 times reduction in the size of shakes we would see. Doubt the boff's would decrease the sensitivity THAT much in one go to reduce back ground noise, so either I am wrong, or the boff's are not even looking at these same seiso's us sheeple are being fed.

Looks very much to me like some harmonics looking stuff was happening on the 19th, and the change in sensitivity got rid af that sharpish for the 20th onwards......
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Can't get this one to load don't know why ...
[link to www.isthisthingon.org]
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O.K., here is what the sensitivity settings do in real pictures.

This is Pitchstone Plateau on the October 19th 2009, when it was set at 50 uV per division.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

and this is Pitchstone the next day when it was changed to 800 uV per division overnight.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

The sensitivity settings must be logrithmic or something, because working on a linear thing, this equates to a 16 times reduction in the size of shakes we would see. Doubt the boff's would decrease the sensitivity THAT much in one go to reduce back ground noise, so either I am wrong, or the boff's are not even looking at these same seiso's us sheeple are being fed.

Looks very much to me like some harmonics looking stuff was happening on the 19th, and the change in sensitivity got rid af that sharpish for the 20th onwards......
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Can't get this one to load don't know why ...
[link to www.isthisthingon.org]
 Quoting: saviour12631


does work
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What's even more unsettling is that the sensitivity settings seem to have been changed bang on midnight.......why would they do that? So there isn't an obvious change showing in the middle of a chart?????
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O.K., here is what the sensitivity settings do in real pictures.

This is Pitchstone Plateau on the October 19th 2009, when it was set at 50 uV per division.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

and this is Pitchstone the next day when it was changed to 800 uV per division overnight.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

The sensitivity settings must be logrithmic or something, because working on a linear thing, this equates to a 16 times reduction in the size of shakes we would see. Doubt the boff's would decrease the sensitivity THAT much in one go to reduce back ground noise, so either I am wrong, or the boff's are not even looking at these same seiso's us sheeple are being fed.

Looks very much to me like some harmonics looking stuff was happening on the 19th, and the change in sensitivity got rid af that sharpish for the 20th onwards......
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Can't get this one to load don't know why ...
[link to www.isthisthingon.org]
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does work
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Yup sorry stupid laptop went on go slow ....or maybe cos i haven't paid the ISP and im late lol
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muddying the waters

it's probably programmed in to all the charts. random microvolt changes at regular intervals. throws people off any lingering scent of shit they may sniff out
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muddying the waters

it's probably programmed in to all the charts. random microvolt changes at regular intervals. throws people off any lingering scent of shit they may sniff out
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Well if that is the case, and it certainly seems to point that way, there's no point in looking at the sieso's shown to us. The professionals most certainly couldn't use the data if it was randomly being changed by a "program" every now and then between chart pages.

Am going to try and chase down another change or two to verify this..........
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Well, well, well - Lake Butte, same dates, Oct 19th/20th 2009.

From 100 uV.....showing a nice uptick in "noise" for a while...

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

to 1,600 uV, with strange goings on after the change,but back-ground noise doesn't seem to have reduced much......

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]
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Well, well, well - Lake Butte, same dates, Oct 19th/20th 2009.

From 100 uV.....showing a nice uptick in "noise" for a while...

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

to 1,600 uV, with strange goings on after the change,but back-ground noise doesn't seem to have reduced much......

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]
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Darn, I messed that up good, sorry, just found I had the wrong link. Here's the right one for the second link, I hope.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]
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Guys, don't want to repost in full but I made a very important post on the other thread.

Thread: YELLOWSTONE UPDATES (2014) : ... Strange things happening @ Yellowstone... (Page 109)

Please feel free to discuss technical details here, because this is undeniable proof of high-powered atmospheric energy manipulation in conjunction with chemtrails.
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Guys, don't want to repost in full but I made a very important post on the other thread.

Thread: YELLOWSTONE UPDATES (2014) : ... Strange things happening @ Yellowstone... (Page 109)

Please feel free to discuss technical details here, because this is undeniable proof of high-powered atmospheric energy manipulation in conjunction with chemtrails.
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hmmmmm

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

seen almost all around the park
weird new signatures
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So, I am planning taking a coast to coast drive with family starting in the next ~50 hours. We are 100% stopping by Yellowstone for 2 days to sightsee - So, I will be in the Yellowstone area next week Wednesday-Sunday, given any 2 days combination (most likely will be thurs+Fri given previous travel times) -

That said, we will be bringing 1 Canon 5D MKII DSLR camera with several professional grade lenses for shooting in all sorts of conditions and distances, and 1 GoPro Black edition - given the activity\uptick currently going on there, do any of you here want on site, high res pictures of areas you might not be able to get\easily see online? No, I am not going trekking 2 miles to take a picture of a lake, but if you give me co-ords or a description of the area\known landmarks, and a target, I will gladly search for a shot when there.

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Sorry, here's the link that does with the question above.


[link to pbo.unavco.org]

Thanks, very much.
 Quoting: Caylin Soo 1146726


wow
big change there!!

its swells and slumps assosiated with ground deformation and pressure events.
in this graph, three stations are showing a steep decline.
normaly these kinds of readings are assosiate with a eruption events.

obviously 0 is the standing level.
however volcanic areas are known to shift.

typicaly a rise above 0 indicates swelling caused by magma volumes and resulting pressure events below.

decline and slump suggests a larger volume of magma has entered the chamber, causes deformation events thus the magma swells more, as pressures cause erosion, cracks and eventual collapse.

a catastrophic swell means to much magma enters the chamber, swelling ti a point it must empty itself, at which point an eruption ejects it explosivly or as flows.

the messurements in these charts are small.....
but large areas of earth moveing like a lid on a pot, have weaker integrity over all...thus breaching catastrophicly dureing seismic events.

these readings are getting worse and worse.....
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So, I am planning taking a coast to coast drive with family starting in the next ~50 hours. We are 100% stopping by Yellowstone for 2 days to sightsee - So, I will be in the Yellowstone area next week Wednesday-Sunday, given any 2 days combination (most likely will be thurs+Fri given previous travel times) -

That said, we will be bringing 1 Canon 5D MKII DSLR camera with several professional grade lenses for shooting in all sorts of conditions and distances, and 1 GoPro Black edition - given the activity\uptick currently going on there, do any of you here want on site, high res pictures of areas you might not be able to get\easily see online? No, I am not going trekking 2 miles to take a picture of a lake, but if you give me co-ords or a description of the area\known landmarks, and a target, I will gladly search for a shot when there.
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great!!!!

a little re-con
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Sorry, here's the link that does with the question above.


[link to pbo.unavco.org]

Thanks, very much.
 Quoting: Caylin Soo 1146726


wow
big change there!!

swells and slumps assosiated with ground deformation and pressure events.
in this graph, three stations are showing a steep decline.
normaly these kinds of readings are assosiate with a eruption events.

obviously 0 is the standing level.
however volcanic areas are known to shift.

typicaly a rise above 0 indicates swelling caused by magma volumes and resulting pressure events below.

decline and slump suggests a larger volume of magma has entered the chamber, causes deformation events thus the magma swells more, as pressures cause erosion, cracks and eventual collapse.

a catastrophic swell means to much magma enters the chamber, swelling to a point it must empty itself, at which point an eruption ejects it explosivly or as flows.

the messurements in these charts are small.....
but large areas of earth moveing like a lid on a pot, have weaker integrity over all...thus breaching catastrophicly dureing seismic events.

these readings are getting worse and worse.....
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yellowstone does have history of heavy deformation events and huge swells and declines......
many say, she breaths
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Sorry, here's the link that does with the question above.


[link to pbo.unavco.org]

Thanks, very much.
 Quoting: Caylin Soo 1146726


wow
big change there!!

its swells and slumps assosiated with ground deformation and pressure events.
in this graph, three stations are showing a steep decline.
normaly these kinds of readings are assosiate with a eruption events.

obviously 0 is the standing level.
however volcanic areas are known to shift.

typicaly a rise above 0 indicates swelling caused by magma volumes and resulting pressure events below.

decline and slump suggests a larger volume of magma has entered the chamber, causes deformation events thus the magma swells more, as pressures cause erosion, cracks and eventual collapse.

a catastrophic swell means to much magma enters the chamber, swelling ti a point it must empty itself, at which point an eruption ejects it explosivly or as flows.

the messurements in these charts are small.....
but large areas of earth moveing like a lid on a pot, have weaker integrity over all...thus breaching catastrophicly dureing seismic events.

these readings are getting worse and worse.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 57715169


Thanks very much for the explanation. It helps a lot.

I noticed they shifted the top chart so that the 0 is on the bottom now. We'll see how high she can go.

[link to pbo.unavco.org]
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[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

Hey guys, someone just covered up the Pitchtone graph with some kind of paper.
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[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

Hey guys, someone just covered up the Pitchtone graph with some kind of paper.
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I'm able to see it. Just minor blips here and there. It's unremarkable compared to some of those other places. The Borehole is going bonkers.
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Sorry, here's the link that does with the question above.


[link to pbo.unavco.org]

Thanks, very much.
 Quoting: Caylin Soo 1146726


wow
big change there!!

its swells and slumps assosiated with ground deformation and pressure events.
in this graph, three stations are showing a steep decline.
normaly these kinds of readings are assosiate with a eruption events.

obviously 0 is the standing level.
however volcanic areas are known to shift.

typicaly a rise above 0 indicates swelling caused by magma volumes and resulting pressure events below.

decline and slump suggests a larger volume of magma has entered the chamber, causes deformation events thus the magma swells more, as pressures cause erosion, cracks and eventual collapse.

a catastrophic swell means to much magma enters the chamber, swelling ti a point it must empty itself, at which point an eruption ejects it explosivly ordamned as flows.

the messurements in these charts are small.....
but large areas of earth moveing like a lid on a pot, have weaker integrity over all...thus breaching catastrophicly dureing seismic events.

these readings are getting worse and worse.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 57715169


Thanks very much for the explanation. It helps a lot.

I noticed they shifted the top chart so that the 0 is on the bottom now. We'll see how high she can go.

[link to pbo.unavco.org]
 Quoting: CaylinSoo 3085144



wow!!!!

looks like channel 3 is recording some massive deformation!!
:0
i wounder where this sensor is located!
im going to find out!!

thats some intresting deformation episodes.....
it flatlined straight after sharp a ascent
lots of pressure being felt, pushing the earth up and down.

id suggest that these new 'ticks' that seem to mirror readings seen for months at soda butte, are assosiated to this!!

here are readings from soda butte in march.
this is prior to deformation events at the lake, madison river and mamouth vault, but dureing the heavy episode of uplift at norris junction which continues now.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

this behaviour has been present every day for months.
however recently something changed.
the same kind of behaviour, but just more intense, and a oposing tick has begun registering since this eq on may 3rd

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

from then the strikes seem to generate like clock work.
anything that registers with such structure is to organised to be magmatic or a seismic.
this must be a steadily progressing geological shift, with uplift in the north east of the lake, and decline in the south west.

it has worked north east to south west, though to most stations in the east.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

but this activity is ONLY seen around the lake, and other areas of heavy deformation.
at stations that are experienceing deformation events, the signature is absent.

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

[link to www.isthisthingon.org]

all the stations above are currently seeing deformation events....but none record the signature.
only in the stations around the deformation sites is this signature seen.......
its recording ascent and descent in the earth dureing heavy deformation events!!!
the signatures for the most recent ascent and descent deformation episodes are seen above.

any seismic activity in the south or north west of the park should be warched closely.....
infact EXPECT an earthquake at yellowstone in the west of the park very very soon, as ajustmets made dureing the last few days events, cause shifts in pressure.

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Thank you Shadow, the above post is much appreciated.
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Excellent post Shadow. Can you name some specific seismos in particular to watch?
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So if magma has entered the chamber, isn't it only a matter of time until it builds up enough pressure to cause a collapse resulting in an eruption? Albeit it can take years for the chamber to fill but that's not a good sign, right?
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Things look quiet today - the calm before the storm?
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So if magma has entered the chamber, isn't it only a matter of time until it builds up enough pressure to cause a collapse resulting in an eruption? Albeit it can take years for the chamber to fill but that's not a good sign, right?
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there is already 21000 to 25000 cubic KM of magma in that chamber

it is fucking HUGE