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Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary

 
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Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
While following Cumbre Vieja I learned a lot about plate tectonics.

Here is what I am seeing

30 day quake list
https://imgur.com/a/qnjB81q


10 day quake list
[link to imgur.com (secure)]

3 day quake list
[link to imgur.com (secure)]

Original images:
[link to www.ign.es]
[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]
[link to www.vortexmag.net (secure)]

And also this because whenever I talk about this there is always someone saying that it's not related.
https://imgur.com/a/OlALm5F

[link to imgur.com (secure)] (image galery)

Almost as if the Atlas Mountains where pressing on the Iberian plate.
And ALBORÁN SUR with countless strong quakes these past days is the biggest pressure point.

https://imgur.com/a/FHoBQtZ


....
Nothing to see here.
Everything is fine.

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Re: Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
Earth just bumped my post.
3.4 Earthquake bump...
https://imgur.com/a/ifmTV1d


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Wow, crazy. Thanks for sharing!
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Re: Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
The African plate moves north so it pressures the boundaries with the european one, this is why we have earthquakes around Spain-Portugal, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions in Italy and earthquakes in Greece, especially the ones around Crete.
But i read that the African plate itself experiences pressure and will finally split in two main parts (north and south) and maybe a lot of small ones in between.
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Looks like it's all related.
Isn't ALBORÁN SUR a super volcano?

The magma at La Palma and other volcanoes connected to the big magma chamber are all showing changes. Harmonic tremors are seen on the graphs for the other canary islands. They may not be big harmonics but you can see it's all connected.
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Re: Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
Looks like it's all related.
Isn't ALBORÁN SUR a super volcano?

The magma at La Palma and other volcanoes connected to the big magma chamber are all showing changes. Harmonic tremors are seen on the graphs for the other canary islands. They may not be big harmonics but you can see it's all connected.
 Quoting: Thorbulla



Alborán Sur = Southern Alboren Sea
Its the western tip of the mediterranean sea


https://imgur.com/a/UwvMemM

https://imgur.com/a/zJTGaYJ


No Wolcanos there.

Yet...

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Re: Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
Glad to see you made this separate thread, Inerone.

Maybe this will pull some people in to keep eyes on what's happening on that side of the world.
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Yea, no super volcano in that spot. Strange, I could swear it was.
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If that part of Northern Africa fell into the ocean it would stop lots of refugees from rafting to EU.
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There are 2 volcanos on the Altas mountains (Morocco).

Are the Atlas Mountains volcanic?

It includes the Djebel Siroua, a massif of volcanic origin with the highest summit of the range at 3,304 m.
The Jebel Bani is a much lower range running along the southern side of the Anti Atlas.
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Good leg work Inerone!

So it's a compression plate mechanic then?
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Ouch
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Re: Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
If that part of Northern Africa fell into the ocean it would stop lots of refugees from rafting to EU.
 Quoting: Agent 99


Refuges main route is way east in the mediterranean

Northern Africa won't fall to the ocean. I am sorry but that's dumb.

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If that part of Northern Africa fell into the ocean it would stop lots of refugees from rafting to EU.
 Quoting: Agent 99


Refuges main route is way east in the mediterranean

Northern Africa won't fall to the ocean. I am sorry but that's dumb.
 Quoting: Inerone


Whatever is happening here is happening at tectonic level.
It's way over my head....
And for what I can research.. We have little knowledge of the tecnotic details in the oceans

Searching in Portuguese I can find that there are a lot more tectonic flaw than I ever dreamed of
https://imgur.com/a/nCxSnHu


There was a huge earthquake (at least 8.4... ) in Portugal in 1755.
"The great Lisboa Earthquake" [link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Each country has its own research and seismometer system. I guess we haven't forgotten that quakes are bad.

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Re: Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
There are 2 volcanos on the Altas mountains (Morocco).

Are the Atlas Mountains volcanic?

It includes the Djebel Siroua, a massif of volcanic origin with the highest summit of the range at 3,304 m.
The Jebel Bani is a much lower range running along the southern side of the Anti Atlas.
 Quoting: Ostria1


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"The Atlas Mountains were shaped by geological processes at work over hundreds of millions of years. One key step occurred in the early Jurassic Period (201 to 174 million years ago), when many of the world’s continents were still bunched closely together following the breakup of the supercontinent Pangea. This part of Morocco fell within the African plate, near a boundary with the Eurasian and North American plates. As the three plates separated, the crust thinned so much that a tear opened up and formed a rift valley that eventually filled with ocean water.

As the crust thinned and the rift opened up, large blocks of Earth’s crust dropped downward, creating broad valleys known as (grabens). Grabens have elevated blocks at their edges called horsts that became fault-block mountains. These mountains were pushed up even higher during a later phase of intense mountain building in the Cenozoic (66 million years to present), spurred by the collision of African and Eurasian tectonic plates."
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Looks like it's all related.
Isn't ALBORÁN SUR a super volcano?

The magma at La Palma and other volcanoes connected to the big magma chamber are all showing changes. Harmonic tremors are seen on the graphs for the other canary islands. They may not be big harmonics but you can see it's all connected.
 Quoting: Thorbulla



Alborán Sur = Southern Alboren Sea
Its the western tip of the mediterranean sea


https://imgur.com/a/UwvMemM

https://imgur.com/a/zJTGaYJ


No Wolcanos there.

Yet...
 Quoting: Inerone


because the crust is waaaay thicker thats why everything will come out in La Palma and the other Canaries
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there is a plate that runs north to south of the whole African continent that has never been active.

Its going to open up and become a oceanic divide soon. Once its splits enough the ocean water rushing in will finish the job. thousands of miles of land from north to south will become sponge like really fast and just cave away into new ocean.

Major cities will be completely removed at once. It will end up being the deepest ocean trench on the earth. This is going to cause a massive displacement of water globally .... just saying... New land will form in some places while others are covered by water.

Its also going to change the tilt of the earth slightly and the moon will change to a new orbit around the earth.

This is going to replace the need for the earth to do a pole reversal.

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Re: Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
Good leg work Inerone!

So it's a compression plate mechanic then?
 Quoting: Glaxnor


Thats whay I am reading here
I fear that the pressure that we are witnessing may trigger a large quake along the plate boundaries
At least whenever a "expert" explains how the plate grind, overlap submerge and whatnot over millions and milions of years, there are huge quakes in all that million year talk.

I haven't had much time today but I noticed these two
https://imgur.com/a/vxeZr7R
4.5 usgs
https://imgur.com/a/8fRXEAo
3.4 ign

As you know or may have come to realize by now, each country has its own seismometers and can ear quakes that happen nearby.
Big quakes will travel further with enough intensity to be detected far away (bigger the quake, further the distance)

Portuguese Institute for Sea and Atmosphere
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Similar to ign
https://imgur.com/a/GOrkMIu


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there is a plate that runs north to south of the whole African continent that has never been active.

Its going to open up and become a oceanic divide soon. Once its splits enough the ocean water rushing in will finish the job. thousands of miles of land from north to south will become sponge like really fast and just cave away into new ocean.

Major cities will be completely removed at once. It will end up being the deepest ocean trench on the earth. This is going to cause a massive displacement of water globally .... just saying... New land will form in some places while others are covered by water.

Its also going to change the tilt of the earth slightly and the moon will change to a new orbit around the earth.

This is going to replace the need for the earth to do a pole reversal.
 Quoting: #1FanNirvana


What cities?
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Re: Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
there is a plate that runs north to south of the whole African continent that has never been active.

Its going to open up and become a oceanic divide soon. Once its splits enough the ocean water rushing in will finish the job. thousands of miles of land from north to south will become sponge like really fast and just cave away into new ocean.

Major cities will be completely removed at once. It will end up being the deepest ocean trench on the earth. This is going to cause a massive displacement of water globally .... just saying... New land will form in some places while others are covered by water.

Its also going to change the tilt of the earth slightly and the moon will change to a new orbit around the earth.

This is going to replace the need for the earth to do a pole reversal.
 Quoting: #1FanNirvana


What cities?
 Quoting: Pythia


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https://imgur.com/a/ynZnpZT

wtf
I was completely oblivious
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Our presence here on Earth is so short and i really hope that we wont be the generations to witness big geological or cosmic events. We know they happened and happen again. Some are periodical, some are sudden so cant be predicted at all.
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Re: Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
That 4.1 on the north of Africa (right where them lines are) and the 3.7 in La Palma so close to one another.
Something is defenitly pushing something that affects both places at the same time.
And it's stronger everyday
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This subject can also be monitored in my stream whenever I have it on.


Sorry for the bump but some may find this worrying.
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Re: Pressure in Africa-Iberia plate boundary
Yea, no super volcano in that spot. Strange, I could swear it was.
 Quoting: Thorbulla


Mud volcanoes, ill add this here too for future reference, superheated water rising up out of the seabed. The whole place has crust thinned to like 7KM instead of more like 37km.


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