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Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.

 
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Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
Go to Google maps and find Mary Lake Yellowstone National Park. Once you find that scroll out until you see the entire continent of North America and the Caribbean all in one frame. Look at the curved line that runs from Mary Lake to the Caribbean trench. That is one big old fault line. And the ancient fault lines are sometimes the mightiest when they do move. We are talking large earthquakes and big time problems. When earthquakes happen in the Caribbean they send shock waves directly to Yellowstone. It is like ringing a bell.

Look at how many major American cities and Mexican cities are built directly on that ancient fault line. Almost every single one from Salt Lake city to Phoenix and Mexico city and on to Cuba and the rest of the Caribbean countries. That is quite a large number of people. People chose these areas to build i believe so they can harness the great quantities of water and other natural goods.

If you cannot see this fault line i am talking about then you are blind. It is right there. Right in front of your faces. Just go to Google Maps find Mary Lake Yellowstone and scroll out. You will see it jump right out at you. The fault line runs from northern Venezuela cost to around the Leeward island and on to Puerto Rico and on to Dominica/Haiti island and then on to Cuba and then to central America and then up into Mexico then through New Mexico through Colorado and Wyoming and on to Yellowstone.

If you take some thin paper you can trace the fault line yourself. This is fact. Try it. Do it.

Folks. We need a miracle. Badly.
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I have never seen a thread in all my years hit the second page so quick. Interesting.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
Are you refering to this line?

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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
wow, it is there under the ocean too

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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
Are you refering to this line?

[link to img193.imageshack.us]
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No but even in that image you can vaguely make it out. Try it the way i stated it. Go to Googl Maps and follow the directions i gave.

One correction i should mention. The large cities i stated are to the west of the fault line and not on it. But i am sure the outcome of ancient movements created vast resources for those cities and made them favorable living places.

But the fault line is there and it runs from Venezuela on to the Caribbean Islands and through central America, Mexico, New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming and finally Yellowstone.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
wow, it is there under the ocean too

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Now you got it. That's it. Anyone can see it.

Good night everyone.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
Ah, this explains why alaskan quake travels to yellowstone.

Note that alaska is on one end, and haiti is on the other end. With yellowstone right in the middle, exactly.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
Smart people..both of you, thank you for the information.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
This should be a pinned thread. Great find OP


amazing.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
Oh, and it's near the PNW volcanoes, too. Wowsers.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
Shit, I'm in Seattle...
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Yikes!!

This could split our land!!
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Does this have anything to do with the land movement in San Antonio?
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ahhh
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
That line is not a fault line. It's too perfectly straight.

But the fact remains, what is it? It is a structure alright, its a structure that connects the quakes in Alaska, Yellowstone, Haiti, and Puerto Rico.

I say it's a magma channel.

If Yellowstone erupts, it's quite possibly going to split the North American plate in half
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
That line is not a fault line. It's too perfectly straight.

But the fact remains, what is it? It is a structure alright, its a structure that connects the quakes in Alaska, Yellowstone, Haiti, and Puerto Rico.

I say it's a magma channel.

If Yellowstone erupts, it's quite possibly going to split the North American plate in half
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
That line is not a fault line. It's too perfectly straight.

But the fact remains, what is it? It is a structure alright, its a structure that connects the quakes in Alaska, Yellowstone, Haiti, and Puerto Rico.

I say it's a magma channel.

If Yellowstone erupts, it's quite possibly going to split the North American plate in half
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What is the significance of both super volcanoes on either side? Yellowstone's caldera and Cali's Long Valley caldera.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
I should have called this thread the Caribbean rift or the Puerto Rican trench. But i said "Yellowstone ancient fault" because even big earthquakes in the Caribbean are small potatoes when compared to a Yellowstone eruption. So i chose "Yellowstone ancient fault" because in my opinion that is a bigger concern. It is all a matter of what is more important to the survival or our species.

peace.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
If thats true, we´re fucked, i just mention the words "Trigger Effect".
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
I have never seen a thread in all my years hit the second page so quick. Interesting.
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cause there are too many fucking pins
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
Yellowstone is a hot spot, not a fault zone. Look at that
link I provided, or this one: [link to volcanoes.usgs.gov]

It's a giant volcano, not a fault zone like the New Madrid
or San Andreas fault zones. Just one big mother of a volcano
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So, explain to me, why are Alaska Quakes able to change behaviour of hydrothermal systems in Yellowstone NP ?
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
If Yellowstone erupts, it's quite possibly going to split the North American plate in half


Why didn't it do that when it erupted several times before?
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Well, there goes Dr. P.
Raining on everybody's' doom parade with some pesky facts.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
I should have called this thread the Caribbean rift or the Puerto Rican trench. But i said "Yellowstone ancient fault" because even big earthquakes in the Caribbean are small potatoes when compared to a Yellowstone eruption. So i chose "Yellowstone ancient fault" because in my opinion that is a bigger concern. It is all a matter of what is more important to the survival or our species.

peace.
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Also considering the ancient asteroid that impacted in the gulf of Mexico killing the dinosoars, your theory could be possible.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
Why didn't it do that when it erupted several times before?
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It did, at the edges, this whole thing is interconnected, see that island, 2 of them off PNW? See Florida, and the Caribbean islands?
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Shit, I'm in Seattle...
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apt words above, regardless of EQs
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I have never seen a thread in all my years hit the second page so quick. Interesting.
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Nice show of your true character.
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[link to www.cotf.edu]
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Quake unblocked distant geysers

A major earthquake in Alaska in 2002 set off lots of smaller quakes in the Yellowstone National Park about 3,000 km away, say scientists.
Within hours geysers in the park changed their eruption patterns, according to the journal Geology.

Researchers believe that earthquakes keep geysers alive by periodically shaking loose clogged channels.

The Alaskan earthquake was one of the strongest in North America in the past 150 years.

Thousand smaller quakes

Robert Smith, of the University of Utah, says his team's study shows that large earthquakes at great distances can have profound effects on the Yellowstone geysers.

"We did not expect to see these prolonged changes in the hydrothermal system," he said.

The geysers showed changes just a few hours after the shock waves from the 3 November Alaskan earthquake passed through.

More than a thousand minor local earthquakes were triggered by the shock waves, many of them near hot springs and geysers.

They altered water and steam pressure in the geysers, opened new channels and unclogged others.

In the study, the researchers looked at the eruption patterns of 22 geysers during the winter of 2002-3, noticing that eight geysers showed major changes.

One of them - Daisy Geyser - erupted more often but returned to its normal pattern after a few weeks.

The geysers Castle, Plate and Plume also displayed short-term irregularities that lasted for a few days.

Directed energy

"Several small hot springs, not known to have geysered before, suddenly surged into a heavy boil with eruptions as high as one metre," the researchers say.

"The temperature at one of these springs increased rapidly from about 42C to 93C and became much more acidic than normal.

"In the same area, another hot spring that was usually clear showed muddy, turbid water."

Scientists once believed that an earthquake in one location could not trigger earthquakes at distant sites.

That view was altered after the 1992 Landers Earthquake (magnitude 7.3) in California's Mojave Desert triggered a spate of quakes more than 1,200 km away at Yellowstone.

Professor Smith believes that the Alaskan quake focused its energy southeast towards Yellowstone meaning that the stresses rippling through the ground at Yellowstone were 200-300 times greater than if the quake's waves were aimed elsewhere.
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Re: Yellowstone's ancient fault line runs on through to the Caribbean. It is one long ancient fault line.
Dr. P, thank you so much for bringing some common sense to this thread.

OP really thinks he's found a fault line with google maps! LOL
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does this have anything to do with it?

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