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Cumbre Vieja volcano post eruption phase! Time to say goodbye for volcano-thank you for all support :)

 
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Bump.

And the banana kinetic energy…. Let me charge that sucker up with some quartz vibrations….

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I guess we wait for that new fissure to blow, will it ?
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Fucking hell guys and gals, we deserve a huge pat on the back, I swear we spot this stuff hours before anyone else!
 Quoting: pcoyles - Canary Islands


I can tell you all thateletter agencies do follow GLP.

Partially because they are snoops.

A BIG reason is that we have collectively far more brain power and research ability than they have.

When you consider the quality of the typical government employee, and that we have people all over the world giving perspectives, it makes more sense.
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Wow...Imagine getting a Government paycheck to watch GLP all day. That would be sweet.
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And to just post this all day as an AC

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Am I right in understanding that all the models and predictions that are in all the papers and documentaries about a possible Tsunami are all from a single study from ETH in Zurich?

The same place funded by the Astors and Rothschilds under the cover of the swiss government flooded by the trilateral group banks in the heart of the NWO HQ in Geneva?

Every single big 'event' in history seems to have without fail at least one of the 13 bloodlines in it.
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Did you guys see the new lava vent opening up in the foreground?

This thing is NOT slowing down...it's getting worse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80176568


Yes I see it....just like that secondary opened yesterday and ate the main vent overnight....it's seeping even lower now. Eesh.

Thinking on it, if the main was open and punched a hole through, then the secondary opened at a lower area...and now a third is chewing at the bottom of that...is this entire chunk one giant gaping hole under the cone debris from all the melt/harmonics? How wide, from top vent to bottom, would that even be? I'm picturing a crater the size of the old northern cone opening up.
 Quoting: eV3y


In this particular instance more vents are actually a good thing. The more vents we have the more gas and steam pressure are released vertically up and out of the wolcano, significantly reducing the probability of steam subduction under the western flank fault.

In other words, less steam pressure equals less chance the slippage will happen, equals less chance of a cataclysmic meg-tsunami.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67552854

The last Earthquake 11 hours ago was on the top of the ridge, in the blue. If a vent opens up on top of the ridge I think a major landslide is inevitable...
 Quoting: Economic Prepper


Those are very telltale stress patterns running through the first 40% of the Doomsday ridge in question.

From my aerospace engineering background this does not look good.

From the beginning of all this I have been aware of the tsunami analysis papers for over a decade and until I saw this deformation imagery I was in the "possible but not probable" camp but better keep an eye on it anyway.

I would like to change my vote now.

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New lava flow is in the same spot as the so-called "light" that was captured...
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glassesoff

Like, the exact same spot!
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Space based weapon making “vents”?

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So the physics of transmitted particle energy may not necessarily translate into a killer-sized wave of water from coastline to coastline.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77138015


It's only a question of the movement direction. If the plate moves horizontally, then no or only a small tsunami is triggered.

But if parts of a breaking plate are moving up or down, then this will trigger for sure a large tsunami.

If this happens at the atlantic ground, a vertical movement of a large mass, then goodnight.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80918408

Is it possible, what if there's a big enough shift or a jolt, that the entire chunk doesn't slide off, but rather drops a couple dozen feet like it did before in one big thud from the weight of tons of new lava/land added to the already cracking fracture lines. It would still "be attached" but enough of a drop to displace the seafloor outward? Would that do it?
 Quoting: eV3y


I have a strong suspicion that we will see a number of new vents open until it gets to the point it will start crumbling down.
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Fucking hell guys and gals, we deserve a huge pat on the back, I swear we spot this stuff hours before anyone else!
 Quoting: pcoyles - Canary Islands


I can tell you all thateletter agencies do follow GLP.

Partially because they are snoops.

A BIG reason is that we have collectively far more brain power and research ability than they have.

When you consider the quality of the typical government employee, and that we have people all over the world giving perspectives, it makes more sense.
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That is very logical. It is true what you do for love is better than those who do things for other reasons, like they hold a job which entails what we willingly do for no pay,
Or they who do their spooking because of some character flaws... negative qualities like quest for proving power, holding power o manipulating others...
We trump all that ourt of sheer love ... a billion interests we research it must be a gold mine here for the agencies

I think since the real bad censorship. Started here though it is their doing, so as to curtail OUR EXCHANGE OF IMPORTANT KNOWLEDGE AS THEY TAKE IT AND USE IT AGAINST US,....
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Fucking hell guys and gals, we deserve a huge pat on the back, I swear we spot this stuff hours before anyone else!
 Quoting: pcoyles - Canary Islands


I can tell you all thateletter agencies do follow GLP.

Partially because they are snoops.

A BIG reason is that we have collectively far more brain power and research ability than they have.

When you consider the quality of the typical government employee, and that we have people all over the world giving perspectives, it makes more sense.
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Wow...Imagine getting a Government paycheck to watch GLP all day. That would be sweet.
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Shhh. I don't want competition for my job. Don't give them these silly ideas.
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Re: Cumbre Vieja volcano post eruption phase! Time to say goodbye for volcano-thank you for all support :)
That 'light' appears to be to be steam or gas being let out before the vent opened.
Or DEW.. whatever
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79703203


Agree.

Whatever it was, it exploded right through the existing rock, creating a new vent.
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As far as Hissy Missy, the volcano is concerned, she seems to not be letting up at all.

When it gets dark there, things will get very scary with the feeds, I fear.
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


Isn't it interesting how we are consistently getting the most action when the sun is down?

It's almost like the sun has massive effects on volcanoes or something.
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Re: Cumbre Vieja volcano post eruption phase! Time to say goodbye for volcano-thank you for all support :)
Krakatoa was a huge volcanic blast in the 1880s, so powerful its sound was reportedly heard around the world. It did cause a tsunami, but apparently a large wave that didn't extend much beyond its part of the Pacific. So the physics of transmitted particle energy may not necessarily translate into a killer-sized wave of water from coastline to coastline.

I'm skeptical that Cumbre Vieja will be all that different.

But I set the science against the backdrop of precogs or psychics, some of whom have seen a lot of wave action around September. Legititmate psychics may represent another part of science, the one of quantum physics.

So commonly accepted science suggests that when it comes to tsunamis, the Canary Islands are no BFD. But certain precogs do make me wonder.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77138015


A swiss lab did a tsunami wave height and propagation study using the size and weight of the wedge provided by intricate geological studies of the fault. That study proved the tsunami would be in excess of 650 meters in height traveling at 700mph by the time it reached the eastern coast of the North American Continent and would travel inland 50+ miles.
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Well our East Coast is a very dark evil, corrupt place, very horrible HISTORY , and we got DC and NYC. And all the outlying horribly eicked vities from Mexico, Miami, New Orleans, Atlanta, Charleston, NORTH CAROLINA, ( the entire state), Philadelphia, Eilmington, BOSTON, HARTFORD, .TORONTO, QUEBEC, ...

BUT THOSE TEO MAIN ONES NEED TO BE WIPED OUT/MOPPED UP BY A LOT OF LIME AND ASH WATER FROM Africa

They are too filthy to ever be clean
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wtfdid

Do you even realize what you just said considering the fact that there are MILLIONS of innocent, good souls that live among and around the trash? FFS
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You know, like the "Wheat and Weeds" parable thing?...
God'll sort 'em out :)
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Can anyone explain for dummies?
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[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Specifically regarding La Palma system:

[link to www.nature.com (secure)]

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Did you guys see the new lava vent opening up in the foreground?

This thing is NOT slowing down...it's getting worse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80176568


Yes I see it....just like that secondary opened yesterday and ate the main vent overnight....it's seeping even lower now. Eesh.

Thinking on it, if the main was open and punched a hole through, then the secondary opened at a lower area...and now a third is chewing at the bottom of that...is this entire chunk one giant gaping hole under the cone debris from all the melt/harmonics? How wide, from top vent to bottom, would that even be? I'm picturing a crater the size of the old northern cone opening up.
 Quoting: eV3y


In this particular instance more vents are actually a good thing. The more vents we have the more gas and steam pressure are released vertically up and out of the wolcano, significantly reducing the probability of steam subduction under the western flank fault.

In other words, less steam pressure equals less chance the slippage will happen, equals less chance of a cataclysmic meg-tsunami.
 Quoting: Immortal Dread


I don’t think we need the steam …

The constant vibrations and one good pop….

That sucker is

SLIDING.
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New lava flow is in the same spot as the so-called "light" that was captured...
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glassesoff

Like, the exact same spot!
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Space based weapon making “vents”?

:glassesoffloop:
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


I don't think that's a vent forming, looks to be the lava flow undermining the wall and creating a new path.
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So the physics of transmitted particle energy may not necessarily translate into a killer-sized wave of water from coastline to coastline.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77138015


It's only a question of the movement direction. If the plate moves horizontally, then no or only a small tsunami is triggered.

But if parts of a breaking plate are moving up or down, then this will trigger for sure a large tsunami.

If this happens at the atlantic ground, a vertical movement of a large mass, then goodnight.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80918408

Is it possible, what if there's a big enough shift or a jolt, that the entire chunk doesn't slide off, but rather drops a couple dozen feet like it did before in one big thud from the weight of tons of new lava/land added to the already cracking fracture lines. It would still "be attached" but enough of a drop to displace the seafloor outward? Would that do it?
 Quoting: eV3y


I have a strong suspicion that we will see a number of new vents open until it gets to the point it will start crumbling down.
 Quoting: stress free


Anything is possible with this type of event.

It's like a giant game of Jenga....pull out the right block, your structure is ok.

Pull-out the wrong support beam, TIIIIMMMBBERRRR!!

Scary.
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A swiss lab did a tsunami wave height and propagation study using the size and weight of the wedge provided by intricate geological studies of the fault. That study proved the tsunami would be in excess of 650 meters in height traveling at 700mph by the time it reached the eastern coast of the North American Continent and would travel inland 50+ miles.
 Quoting: Immortal Dread


Well our East Coast is a very dark evil, corrupt place, very horrible HISTORY , and we got DC and NYC. And all the outlying horribly eicked vities from Mexico, Miami, New Orleans, Atlanta, Charleston, NORTH CAROLINA, ( the entire state), Philadelphia, Eilmington, BOSTON, HARTFORD, .TORONTO, QUEBEC, ...

BUT THOSE TEO MAIN ONES NEED TO BE WIPED OUT/MOPPED UP BY A LOT OF LIME AND ASH WATER FROM Africa

They are too filthy to ever be clean
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78248818


wtfdid

Do you even realize what you just said considering the fact that there are MILLIONS of innocent, good souls that live among and around the trash? FFS
 Quoting: Immortal Dread


How do you think the diseases and deaths from the poison jabs are a better death than wave?
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I don't recall saying anything about jabs, yeahh nope I sure didn't. Save the vaxx shit for threads where it's warranted.
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Did you guys see the new lava vent opening up in the foreground?

This thing is NOT slowing down...it's getting worse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80176568


Yes I see it....just like that secondary opened yesterday and ate the main vent overnight....it's seeping even lower now. Eesh.

Thinking on it, if the main was open and punched a hole through, then the secondary opened at a lower area...and now a third is chewing at the bottom of that...is this entire chunk one giant gaping hole under the cone debris from all the melt/harmonics? How wide, from top vent to bottom, would that even be? I'm picturing a crater the size of the old northern cone opening up.
 Quoting: eV3y


In this particular instance more vents are actually a good thing. The more vents we have the more gas and steam pressure are released vertically up and out of the wolcano, significantly reducing the probability of steam subduction under the western flank fault.

In other words, less steam pressure equals less chance the slippage will happen, equals less chance of a cataclysmic meg-tsunami.
 Quoting: Immortal Dread


I don’t think we need the steam …

The constant vibrations and one good pop….

That sucker is

SLIDING.
 Quoting: CleverCreator


And then there's that.....
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So the physics of transmitted particle energy may not necessarily translate into a killer-sized wave of water from coastline to coastline.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77138015


It's only a question of the movement direction. If the plate moves horizontally, then no or only a small tsunami is triggered.

But if parts of a breaking plate are moving up or down, then this will trigger for sure a large tsunami.

If this happens at the atlantic ground, a vertical movement of a large mass, then goodnight.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80918408

Is it possible, what if there's a big enough shift or a jolt, that the entire chunk doesn't slide off, but rather drops a couple dozen feet like it did before in one big thud from the weight of tons of new lava/land added to the already cracking fracture lines. It would still "be attached" but enough of a drop to displace the seafloor outward? Would that do it?
 Quoting: eV3y


It all depends of the area size which is moved. If a very large area is rising or diving, then a few feet are enough to trigger a large tsunami.
It's the whole water volume above the moved part. That means for 11000 meters deep, several cubic kilometers water will be moved.
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About 15 minutes until darkness falls.
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Am I right in understanding that all the models and predictions that are in all the papers and documentaries about a possible Tsunami are all from a single study from ETH in Zurich?

The same place funded by the Astors and Rothschilds under the cover of the swiss government flooded by the trilateral group banks in the heart of the NWO HQ in Geneva?

Every single big 'event' in history seems to have without fail at least one of the 13 bloodlines in it.
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No it’s others like the UCSC study that saw the potentials.

Doesn’t mean Rothschilds etc. wouldn’t try to manipulate or capitalize upon it, as they are prone to do...
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Did you guys see the new lava vent opening up in the foreground?

This thing is NOT slowing down...it's getting worse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80176568


Yes I see it....just like that secondary opened yesterday and ate the main vent overnight....it's seeping even lower now. Eesh.

Thinking on it, if the main was open and punched a hole through, then the secondary opened at a lower area...and now a third is chewing at the bottom of that...is this entire chunk one giant gaping hole under the cone debris from all the melt/harmonics? How wide, from top vent to bottom, would that even be? I'm picturing a crater the size of the old northern cone opening up.
 Quoting: eV3y


In this particular instance more vents are actually a good thing. The more vents we have the more gas and steam pressure are released vertically up and out of the wolcano, significantly reducing the probability of steam subduction under the western flank fault.

In other words, less steam pressure equals less chance the slippage will happen, equals less chance of a cataclysmic meg-tsunami.
 Quoting: Immortal Dread


I don’t think we need the steam …

The constant vibrations and one good pop….

That sucker is

SLIDING.
 Quoting: CleverCreator


Agree.

Steam or lack of it, is not the only variable that can lead to a potential structural disaster.

And a huge landslide is not the only way a mega-tsunami can be created.
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Anyone still have a link to that time lapse? There's something I want to look at.
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Fucking hell guys and gals, we deserve a huge pat on the back, I swear we spot this stuff hours before anyone else!
 Quoting: pcoyles - Canary Islands


I can tell you all thateletter agencies do follow GLP.

Partially because they are snoops.

A BIG reason is that we have collectively far more brain power and research ability than they have.

When you consider the quality of the typical government employee, and that we have people all over the world giving perspectives, it makes more sense.
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Wow...Imagine getting a Government paycheck to watch GLP all day. That would be sweet.
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Possible if you are an illegal, I suppose.

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great video clip thank you
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The lava is heading towards the sea, but slowly.
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Did you guys see the new lava vent opening up in the foreground?

This thing is NOT slowing down...it's getting worse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80176568


Yes I see it....just like that secondary opened yesterday and ate the main vent overnight....it's seeping even lower now. Eesh.

Thinking on it, if the main was open and punched a hole through, then the secondary opened at a lower area...and now a third is chewing at the bottom of that...is this entire chunk one giant gaping hole under the cone debris from all the melt/harmonics? How wide, from top vent to bottom, would that even be? I'm picturing a crater the size of the old northern cone opening up.
 Quoting: eV3y


In this particular instance more vents are actually a good thing. The more vents we have the more gas and steam pressure are released vertically up and out of the wolcano, significantly reducing the probability of steam subduction under the western flank fault.

In other words, less steam pressure equals less chance the slippage will happen, equals less chance of a cataclysmic meg-tsunami.
 Quoting: Immortal Dread


I don’t think we need the steam …

The constant vibrations and one good pop….

That sucker is

SLIDING.
 Quoting: CleverCreator


pop - meaning an earthquake ????

What about a drenching rain?
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Can anyone explain for dummies?
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[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Specifically regarding La Palma system:

[link to www.nature.com (secure)]

[link to www.nature.com (secure)]
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