Re: News 10/03; Winter is Coming; More winter hacks; Butcher shortage, turkeys selling out; Food inflation worst in a decade; Earth is dimming;
Informational Thread from GLP: https://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message4747018/pg1
"This thread was originally started back when individual volcanoes popping off was news. They all became active about the same time. I tried to cover each one individually.
Times have changed. So I consolidated the geological disturbances on one thread. And other factors that play into the days events.
I have another thread where I post the TEC weather/illness report.
TEC graph measures the areas where the atmosphere is thinning. The thinning atmosphere allows for ALL the sun's rays to enter and causes storms, eqs and illness. The graph is a daily read but has been consistantly bad so I only post 2-3x's per week now.
Thread: Virus to Mtn., Earth Expnd; 10/2 CWR; Geomagnetic storm KP 3-4 today; La Palma set to simmer on the back burner for a bit
A volcano is about to erupt in the Caribbean...
Mt Fuji going now as well in Japan
Kilauea, Big Island Hawaii
[link to www.caribbeannationalweekly.com (secure) ]
The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) in St Vincent and the Grenadines on Wednesday warned residents of communities near the La Soufriere volcano to heighten their preparedness in the event that it becomes necessary for them to evacuate at short notice.[livelG
Volcano Watch — Dual volcanic tragedies in the Caribbean led to founding of HVO
A pair of devastating eruptions in the Caribbean 99 years ago this week shook the world and, as fate would have it, led indirectly to the founding of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.
Both eruptions occurred in the Lesser Antilles island arc. The Soufriere volcano, on the British island of St. Vincent, erupted powerfully on May 7, 1902, killing 2,000 inhabitants. The very next day and 150 km (100 miles) farther north, Mont Pelee exploded on the French island of Martinique, destroying the city of St. Pierre and sending 28,000 people to their deaths. The timing of the two eruptions was coincidental. The deaths were preventable by today's standards.
The eruption of Soufriere was preceded by about a year of felt earthquakes. Explosions began on May 6 from within a crater lake. At about noon on May 7, the lake overflowed with hot, muddy water followed by explosions of lava.
The eruption rapidly developed a high column of ash, and pyroclastic flows-among the most dangerous of all volcanic events-rushed down valleys at hurricane velocity. The pyroclastic flows were hot enough to kill, but people in sheltered locales survived.
At Mont Pelee the situation was different and even more tragic. The volcano had been erupting at a low level for several weeks and had erupted mildly in 1851. Still, residents remained unconvinced of its potential power.
[link to www.usgs.gov (secure) ]
Diamond read a paper awhile back on his show that said increased cosmic rays cause magma to become more buoyant.
Cosmic ray increase caused by waning magnetosphere.
Waning magnetosphere caused by magnetic excursion/pole shift.
This many volcanoes erupting at once is normal during a grand solar minimum as we are having. Entirely cyclical and regular.
The waning magnetosphere can't block the cosmic rays as much, so more penetrate through to the Earth. This stimulates volcanoes and earthquakes. Also causes more violent weather and greater cloud formation.
Mount Pelée's seismic activity on the rise: 55 earthquakes recorded in one week
Seismicity of volcanic origin has increased over the past week. Between March 19 and March 26, the Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Martinique recorded at least 55 volcanotectonic earthquakes of magnitude less than or equal to 1.0, located at shallow depth inside the volcanic edifice, between 1.7 km below sea level and 1.0 km above sea level.
The superficial volcano-tectonic seismicity, characterized by high frequency signals, is associated with micro-fracturing in the volcanic edifice. During the period of this report, the OVSM again recorded a volcanic tremor-type signal on March 24, 2021. These signals containing low frequencies are associated with the migration of fluids in the volcanic edifice. During phases of volcanic reactivation, it is common for periods of higher seismic activity to alternate with phases of weaker seismicity.
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