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Earthquakes: Is Yellowstone about to blow?

 
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Earthquakes: Is Yellowstone about to blow?
Will the most enormous caldera (underground volcano) blow soon?

This would cause massive devastation to the USA and World economies to say the least, the physical (real) world could suffer greatly too (just in-case your not a banker and not so fussed about made-up currency markets).
I heard some time ago that the caldera had been measured as raised from its previous position by some considerable amount and that it appeared to be moving into another growth trend. So I did some digging following the Haiti quake as it seems (to me)that the quakes are coming ‘more and less-between’.
The largest earthquake swarm recorded at Yellowstone since 1973 occurred just northwest of the caldera beginning in October 1985. Over the next several months, more than 3,000 earthquakes struck. Yellowstone has 1000 to 2000 quakes annually as a ‘standard’ however since January 17th 2010 there have already been nearly 1500 (have the MSM covered this anyone?).
My wonder is how far the trend of tremor activities has to go before the safety valve lets off the pressure?!

Just as a passing thought also: Alaska seems to have had a swarm of quakes recently too. You may be interested in the frequency of quakes - from the ‘home of HAARP’ - leading up to the 7.0 that just flattened all the real-estate that may have hindered the(Bilderburgers & friends) beachfront hotel development and the drilling of oil reserves (bigger than Venezuela’s) in HAITI.

Current Yellowstone Park earthquake-swarm press release with (Dec 28th 2008) the previous significant (tiny by comparison) swarm:
[link to www.seis.utah.edu]

Info from the ‘70s onward regarding trends and activities:
[link to pubs.usgs.gov]

Oh and I’ve just found someone asking the same question (asked with much more creative flair!):
[link to www.earthmountainview.com]

Latest world earthquakes - last 7 days:
[link to www.earthmountainview.com]
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

HAARP? Alaska’s ’swarm’ of quakes during the build-up to Haiti Quake:
[link to ahrcanum.wordpress.com]
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OH dear Jesus .....not this again.
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we all need to watch for magma to start building up under the caldera. yellowstone (from what i've read) sits on a fault. so the EQ's are due to stress from the fault, not magma building up.
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OH dear Jesus .....not this again.
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blasphemy!

stone the blasphemer!

for the love of God!

uh oh....

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God we are all fed up of this story, move long nothing to see here muppetts. god you GLP's love doom and gloom don't you go help us you morons
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God we are all fed up of this story, move long nothing to see here muppetts. god you GLP's love doom and gloom don't you go help us you morons
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so, good ale tonight Dell?

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Yellowstone is too leaky of a system to blow. It can only ooze.
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Re: Earthquakes: Is Yellowstone about to blow?
Yellowstone is too leaky of a system to blow. It can only ooze.
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It's overdue a big blow-off - the last one threw millions of cubic tonnes across the globe. Having said that we are 30M years overdue an ELE from an asteroid but I'm not holding my breath.
The "OMG" posts came in fast! The 1st within a minute of my posting - you clearly have not read my conjecture (& links) or you would realise I am posing a question not doom-saying. I am also drawing some question of the Haiti swarm (starting with the 7.0)and possibilities of HAARP involvement?

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Yellowstone is too leaky of a system to blow. It can only ooze.


It's overdue a big blow-off
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No it isnt. Volcanic systems erupt when the circumstances are right for them to erupt, they dont erupt to cycles or averages.
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Not all geologist are created equal.
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Yellowstone is too leaky of a system to blow. It can only ooze.


It's overdue a big blow-off

No it isnt. Volcanic systems erupt when the circumstances are right for them to erupt, they dont erupt to cycles or averages.
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no-one has EVER seen one of these blow, and we may well be in the final stages of the pre eruption phase, FOR ALL WE KNOW!

granted, this 'final phase' might last hundreds, or even thousands of years in a system as large as this, or it might be days or weeks

NO-ONE KNOWS!
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Yellowstone is too leaky of a system to blow. It can only ooze.


It's overdue a big blow-off

No it isnt. Volcanic systems erupt when the circumstances are right for them to erupt, they dont erupt to cycles or averages.




no-one has EVER seen one of these blow, and we may well be in the final stages of the pre eruption phase, FOR ALL WE KNOW!

granted, this 'final phase' might last hundreds, or even thousands of years in a system as large as this, or it might be days or weeks

NO-ONE KNOWS!
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Exactly, but we are not "Overdue" anything.
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Re: Earthquakes: Is Yellowstone about to blow?
isnt it having a huge eq swarm right now? crazy. could blow between now and 2013... thats my guess...
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Yellowstone is too leaky of a system to blow. It can only ooze.


It's overdue a big blow-off - the last one threw millions of cubic tonnes across the globe. Having said that we are 30M years overdue an ELE from an asteroid but I'm not holding my breath.

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Curious. How big is a cubic tonne?
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Yellowstone is too leaky of a system to blow. It can only ooze.


It's overdue a big blow-off - the last one threw millions of cubic tonnes across the globe. Having said that we are 30M years overdue an ELE from an asteroid but I'm not holding my breath.



Curious. How big is a cubic tonne?
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Big??

Lava Creek Eruption around 640,000 years ago was VEI 8 Erupting 1000Km3 of material.

Mesa Falls Eruption around 1.3 Million Years ago was VEI 7 Erupting 240Km3 of material.

Huckleberry Ridge Eruption around 2.2 Million Years ago was VEI 8 Erupting 2500Km3 of material.
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Re: Earthquakes: Is Yellowstone about to blow?
Yellowstone is too leaky of a system to blow. It can only ooze.


It's overdue a big blow-off - the last one threw millions of cubic tonnes across the globe. Having said that we are 30M years overdue an ELE from an asteroid but I'm not holding my breath.



Curious. How big is a cubic tonne?


Big??

Lava Creek Eruption around 640,000 years ago was VEI 8 Erupting 1000Km3 of material.

Mesa Falls Eruption around 1.3 Million Years ago was VEI 7 Erupting 240Km3 of material.

Huckleberry Ridge Eruption around 2.2 Million Years ago was VEI 8 Erupting 2500Km3 of material.
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I know, you're talking about cubic kms.

I was asking about cubic tonnes. lulz.
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Overdue? My bad poetic exaggeration - I just meant that it could go soon if its history is anything to go by (seems to pop every 0.7M years/ish - so we do have a little wait if it's going to precise).
That is of course unless the EQ swarm that is happening at present continues or worsens enough for Geoelectromagnetic energy or geothermalfrictional dooberies (I am joking)'warms' things up - or HAARP gets a bad blow-back?

I'm just wondering what people think of the current situation really - not suggesting immanency.

1000 Litre3 = 1 cubic tonne
1 cubic tonne = 1 000 000 000 kg3

Is this correct?
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Overdue? My bad poetic exaggeration - I just meant that it could go soon if its history is anything to go by (seems to pop every 0.7M years/ish - so we do have a little wait if it's going to precise).
That is of course unless the EQ swarm that is happening at present continues or worsens enough for Geoelectromagnetic energy or geothermalfrictional dooberies (I am joking)'warms' things up - or HAARP gets a bad blow-back?

I'm just wondering what people think of the current situation really - not suggesting immanency.

1000 Litre3 = 1 cubic tonne
1 cubic tonne = 1 000 000 000 kg3

Is this correct?
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Upsiies that was me - forgot the User Name!
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Overdue? My bad poetic exaggeration - I just meant that it could go soon if its history is anything to go by (seems to pop every 0.7M years/ish - so we do have a little wait if it's going to precise).
That is of course unless the EQ swarm that is happening at present continues or worsens enough for Geoelectromagnetic energy or geothermalfrictional dooberies (I am joking)'warms' things up - or HAARP gets a bad blow-back?

I'm just wondering what people think of the current situation really - not suggesting immanency.

1000 Litre3 = 1 cubic tonne
1 cubic tonne = 1 000 000 000 kg3

Is this correct?
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no
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has anyone noticed that the earthquakes are getting stronger?
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Re: Earthquakes: Is Yellowstone about to blow?
Overdue? My bad poetic exaggeration - I just meant that it could go soon if its history is anything to go by (seems to pop every 0.7M years/ish - so we do have a little wait if it's going to precise).
That is of course unless the EQ swarm that is happening at present continues or worsens enough for Geoelectromagnetic energy or geothermalfrictional dooberies (I am joking)'warms' things up - or HAARP gets a bad blow-back?

I'm just wondering what people think of the current situation really - not suggesting immanency.

1000 Litre3 = 1 cubic tonne
1 cubic tonne = 1 000 000 000 kg3

Is this correct?

no
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Oh! Thanks for the correction and sharing of insight then. I'll leave you to dwell in your lonely 'correctnessphere'. It's your ball and your going home!
Your question was what how much is a cubic tonne - Can you illuminate us? Or is your problem the tonne/ton divide (We don't all speak American if that is the case).

Tremors getting stronger? Yes but not over 3.9 as yet (as far as I've seen)...

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Overdue? My bad poetic exaggeration - I just meant that it could go soon if its history is anything to go by (seems to pop every 0.7M years/ish - so we do have a little wait if it's going to precise).
That is of course unless the EQ swarm that is happening at present continues or worsens enough for Geoelectromagnetic energy or geothermalfrictional dooberies (I am joking)'warms' things up - or HAARP gets a bad blow-back?

I'm just wondering what people think of the current situation really - not suggesting immanency.

1000 Litre3 = 1 cubic tonne
1 cubic tonne = 1 000 000 000 kg3

Is this correct?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 876569


Wtf is up with you americans and the simple and coherent metric system? It is based on the meter for measuring distances, which is about 3ft 4" long. And volumes and weights are based on derivates of the meter according to the following logic: 1 meter cubed is 1000 liters in volume, and if that volume of one cubic meter is filled up with water, it weighs 1000 kilograms, or 1 metric ton. Around 2200 US pounds.

Nothing is called a "cubic tonne", that makes just about as much sense as a cubic pound...

A cubic kilometer is 1000*1000*1000 meters of volume, wich eguates to a billion cubic meters, or if filled with water a billion tons. Or 1000 billion kg's.

Get it straight, it's the only system worth using.
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Overdue? My bad poetic exaggeration - I just meant that it could go soon if its history is anything to go by (seems to pop every 0.7M years/ish - so we do have a little wait if it's going to precise).
That is of course unless the EQ swarm that is happening at present continues or worsens enough for Geoelectromagnetic energy or geothermalfrictional dooberies (I am joking)'warms' things up - or HAARP gets a bad blow-back?

I'm just wondering what people think of the current situation really - not suggesting immanency.

1000 Litre3 = 1 cubic tonne
1 cubic tonne = 1 000 000 000 kg3

Is this correct?

no



Oh! Thanks for the correction and sharing of insight then. I'll leave you to dwell in your lonely 'correctnessphere'. It's your ball and your going home!
Your question was what how much is a cubic tonne - Can you illuminate us? Or is your problem the tonne/ton divide (We don't all speak American if that is the case).

Tremors getting stronger? Yes but not over 3.9 as yet (as far as I've seen)...

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Boo me I did it again!
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Overdue? My bad poetic exaggeration - I just meant that it could go soon if its history is anything to go by (seems to pop every 0.7M years/ish - so we do have a little wait if it's going to precise).
That is of course unless the EQ swarm that is happening at present continues or worsens enough for Geoelectromagnetic energy or geothermalfrictional dooberies (I am joking)'warms' things up - or HAARP gets a bad blow-back?

I'm just wondering what people think of the current situation really - not suggesting immanency.

1000 Litre3 = 1 cubic tonne
1 cubic tonne = 1 000 000 000 kg3

Is this correct?


Wtf is up with you americans and the simple and coherent metric system? It is based on the meter for measuring distances, which is about 3ft 4" long. And volumes and weights are based on derivates of the meter according to the following logic: 1 meter cubed is 1000 liters in volume, and if that volume of one cubic meter is filled up with water, it weighs 1000 kilograms, or 1 metric ton. Around 2200 US pounds.

Nothing is called a "cubic tonne", that makes just about as much sense as a cubic pound...

A cubic kilometer is 1000*1000*1000 meters of volume, wich eguates to a billion cubic meters, or if filled with water a billion tons. Or 1000 billion kg's.

Get it straight, it's the only system worth using.
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Nothing is called a "metric tonne"?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the metric unit of mass. For other tons, see Ton. For the World War II fighter pilot, see Wolfgang Tonne.
A tonne (unit symbol t) or metric ton (U.S.),[1] also referred to as a metric tonne, is a measurement of mass equal to 1,000 kg or 2,204.62262 lb, or approximately the mass of one cubic metre of water at four degrees Celsius. It is not a unit in the International System of Units (SI), but is accepted for use with the SI.[2] In SI units and prefixes, the tonne is a megagram (Mg). The spelling tonne pre-dates the introduction of the SI system in 1960; it has been used with this meaning in France since 1842,[3] and is now used as the standard spelling for the metric mass measurement in most English-speaking countries[citation needed]. In the U.S., the units were originally referred to using the French words millier or tonneau,[4] but these terms are now obsolete.[1] The Imperial and US customary units comparable to the tonne are both spelled ton in English, though they differ in mass.
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Overdue? My bad poetic exaggeration - I just meant that it could go soon if its history is anything to go by (seems to pop every 0.7M years/ish - so we do have a little wait if it's going to precise).
That is of course unless the EQ swarm that is happening at present continues or worsens enough for Geoelectromagnetic energy or geothermalfrictional dooberies (I am joking)'warms' things up - or HAARP gets a bad blow-back?

I'm just wondering what people think of the current situation really - not suggesting immanency.

1000 Litre3 = 1 cubic tonne
1 cubic tonne = 1 000 000 000 kg3

Is this correct?


Wtf is up with you americans and the simple and coherent metric system? It is based on the meter for measuring distances, which is about 3ft 4" long. And volumes and weights are based on derivates of the meter according to the following logic: 1 meter cubed is 1000 liters in volume, and if that volume of one cubic meter is filled up with water, it weighs 1000 kilograms, or 1 metric ton. Around 2200 US pounds.

Nothing is called a "cubic tonne", that makes just about as much sense as a cubic pound...

A cubic kilometer is 1000*1000*1000 meters of volume, wich eguates to a billion cubic meters, or if filled with water a billion tons. Or 1000 billion kg's.

Get it straight, it's the only system worth using.
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Overdue? My bad poetic exaggeration - I just meant that it could go soon if its history is anything to go by (seems to pop every 0.7M years/ish - so we do have a little wait if it's going to precise).
That is of course unless the EQ swarm that is happening at present continues or worsens enough for Geoelectromagnetic energy or geothermalfrictional dooberies (I am joking)'warms' things up - or HAARP gets a bad blow-back?

I'm just wondering what people think of the current situation really - not suggesting immanency.

1000 Litre3 = 1 cubic tonne
1 cubic tonne = 1 000 000 000 kg3

Is this correct?


Wtf is up with you americans and the simple and coherent metric system? It is based on the meter for measuring distances, which is about 3ft 4" long. And volumes and weights are based on derivates of the meter according to the following logic: 1 meter cubed is 1000 liters in volume, and if that volume of one cubic meter is filled up with water, it weighs 1000 kilograms, or 1 metric ton. Around 2200 US pounds.

Nothing is called a "cubic tonne", that makes just about as much sense as a cubic pound...

A cubic kilometer is 1000*1000*1000 meters of volume, wich eguates to a billion cubic meters, or if filled with water a billion tons. Or 1000 billion kg's.

Get it straight, it's the only system worth using.



Nothing is called a "metric tonne"?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the metric unit of mass. For other tons, see Ton. For the World War II fighter pilot, see Wolfgang Tonne.
A tonne (unit symbol t) or metric ton (U.S.),[1] also referred to as a metric tonne, is a measurement of mass equal to 1,000 kg or 2,204.62262 lb, or approximately the mass of one cubic metre of water at four degrees Celsius. It is not a unit in the International System of Units (SI), but is accepted for use with the SI.[2] In SI units and prefixes, the tonne is a megagram (Mg). The spelling tonne pre-dates the introduction of the SI system in 1960; it has been used with this meaning in France since 1842,[3] and is now used as the standard spelling for the metric mass measurement in most English-speaking countries[citation needed]. In the U.S., the units were originally referred to using the French words millier or tonneau,[4] but these terms are now obsolete.[1] The Imperial and US customary units comparable to the tonne are both spelled ton in English, though they differ in mass.
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You said "cubic tonne", moron. A metric ton is 1000 kg's as I stated above, a "cubic tonne" are just nonsensical drivel.
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MY SINCERE APOLOGIES - I have just re-read my posts and I did write CUBIC tonnes not METRIC tonnes(Twice)
My screw-up of course that is WRONG.

Question stands though - is what is happening now interesting or have I missed that this, and other quakes like China 88 days before the Olympics and Haiti etc, does actually fit with known trends from history?
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Overdue? My bad poetic exaggeration - I just meant that it could go soon if its history is anything to go by (seems to pop every 0.7M years/ish - so we do have a little wait if it's going to precise).
That is of course unless the EQ swarm that is happening at present continues or worsens enough for Geoelectromagnetic energy or geothermalfrictional dooberies (I am joking)'warms' things up - or HAARP gets a bad blow-back?

I'm just wondering what people think of the current situation really - not suggesting immanency.

1000 Litre3 = 1 cubic tonne
1 cubic tonne = 1 000 000 000 kg3

Is this correct?


Wtf is up with you americans and the simple and coherent metric system? It is based on the meter for measuring distances, which is about 3ft 4" long. And volumes and weights are based on derivates of the meter according to the following logic: 1 meter cubed is 1000 liters in volume, and if that volume of one cubic meter is filled up with water, it weighs 1000 kilograms, or 1 metric ton. Around 2200 US pounds.

Nothing is called a "cubic tonne", that makes just about as much sense as a cubic pound...

A cubic kilometer is 1000*1000*1000 meters of volume, wich eguates to a billion cubic meters, or if filled with water a billion tons. Or 1000 billion kg's.

Get it straight, it's the only system worth using.
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Yellowstone is too leaky of a system to blow. It can only ooze.
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Wtf is up with you americans and the simple and coherent metric system?
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we dunt like it s226

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sorry for double nothing post. It deleted my response twice as I was a little rough with my response to the American SLAMMER.
I wont bother retyping it. You aint worth it. Keep your metric system though. In short.

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