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January 2, 2010

2010 Prediction | Volcano

Filed under: 2010 Predictions — ChrisTian @ 4:49 am

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

GEOLOGY – Volcano in the Alaskan Aleutian Trench system will trigger the “Ring of Fire” between Aug and Nov 2010.

GEOLOGY –  Aleutian Trench system houses volitile volcanoes.   One will significantly erupt August – November 2010.  This will do two things.  It will set off the Ring of Fire, … and it will begin the split in the ocean that precedes the continents colliding together.  This will result in what scientists refer to as Pangea, and what the spiritual movement would call Atlantis.

VOLCANO – The “Ring of Fire” is an arc stretching from New Zealand, along the eastern edge of Asia, north across the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, and south along the coast of North and South America.

►LARGEST ERUPTION – According to the U.S. Geological Survey, THE LARGEST ERUPTION ON EARTH IN THE 20th CENTURY OCCURRED IN ALASKA AT NOVARUPTA VOLCANO, NEAR MOUNT KATMAI, IN JUNE 1912. The eruption created the Katmai Caldera and the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. Volcanic ash, more than from all other historical eruptions in Alaska combined, devastated areas hundreds of miles away.

► ALEUTIANS –  Alaska’s Aleutian Islands are growing as the Pacific plate hits the North American plate. The deep Aleutian Trench has been created at the subduction zone with a maximum depth of 25,194 feet (7679 meters).

►BALANCING ACT – The Ring of Fire reaches from INDONESIA  to the coast of CHILE in a 40,000 kilometer (25,000 mile) arc of seismic violence that unleashes earthquakes and volcanoes around the Pacific rim almost every day.

RING OF FIRE –  The Ring of Fire is composed over 75% of the world’s active and dormant volcanoes.

COULD BE THE BEST THING!!!

To stave off caldera eruptions, and 2012 scenarios.


*Note:  Also delivered live on Coast to Coast AM Radio w/host Ian Punnett – January 1st, 2010

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6 Comments

  1. Earthquake in the Indonesia area.

    Magnitude 6.0 – SOUTH OF THE MARIANA ISLANDS
    2010 January 14 14:03:40 UTC

    Comment by ChrisTian — January 15, 2010 @ 8:18 am

  2. AFP

    A strong 6.5-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Papua New Guinea on Tuesday but there was no immediate tsunami warning, seismologists said.

    The US Geological Survey said the quake struck at 8.28am (0928 AEDT), 126km west of Arawa at a depth of 74km.

    Papua New Guinea sits on the Pacific “Ring of Fire”, where continental plates meet. The region is frequently struck by earthquakes.

    >>>This is the primary concern of mine. Volcanic and earthquake activity that affects that Pacific “Ring of Fire” area where the plates meet. (Christian)

    Comment by ChrisTian — February 2, 2010 @ 1:31 am

  3. Undersea quake hits off Papua New Guinea 02 Feb 2010 00:32:25 GMT
    Source: Reuters
    (adds no reports of damage, pvs dateline WASHINGTON)

    SYDNEY, Feb 2 (Reuters) – A 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Papua New Guinea’s Bougainville island on Tuesday, but there were no reports of damage or sea level changes.

    The quake’s epicenter was 78 miles (125 km) west of Arawa on Bougainville at a depth of 46.4 miles (75 km), the U.S. Geological Survey said in Washington on Monday.

    “We have not received any reorts from Bougainville,” said a spokesman for the Papua New Guinea National Disaster Emergency Services in the capital, Port Moresby.

    Magnitude 6 quakes are capable of causing severe damage and, if shallow enough, localised tsunamis, but are relatively common in Papua New Guinea, which lies on the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire, an area of intense seismic activity. (Reporting by Michael Perry; Editing by Ron Popeski)

    Comment by ChrisTian — February 2, 2010 @ 1:32 am

  4. Strong quake hits Papua New Guinea
    2010/02/02

    PORT MORESBY – A strong 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Papua New Guinea Tuesday but caused no tsunami or damage, seismologists said.

    The US Geological Survey said the quake struck at 8:28 am (2228 GMT Monday), 125 kilometres (78 miles) west of Arawa at a depth of 33 kilometres.

    “There was moderate shaking, no damage and no tsunami,” Lawrence Anton, a seismologist at the Geological Survey of Papua New Guinea, told AFP.

    Papua New Guinea sits on the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” where continental plates meet. The region is frequently struck by earthquakes.

    Geoscience Australia measured the tremor at 6.6 magnitude with a depth of only seven kilometres.– AFP

    Comment by ChrisTian — February 2, 2010 @ 1:37 am

  5. Kavachi Volcano – John Seach

    Rejo te Kvachi

    Western Province, Solomon Islands

    9.02 S, 157.95 E,
    summit elevation -20 m,
    submarine volcano

    Kavachi is a shallow submarine volcano which has formed islands on 9 occasions. Kavachi volcano is located at a tectonic location called a triple junction. It is located on the Pacific plate only 30 km northeast of its convergent boundary with the downgoing Indo-Australian plate.

    Island formation is temporary and a lack of stabilising lava flows means that wave action washes it away after a few months. Islands occur at different locations, indicating multiple active vents.

    2010 Earthquakes
    A magnitude 7.2 earthquake hit 88 km NW of Kavachi volcano at 9:36 am on 4th January 2010. A tsunami possibly hit uninhabited Tetepare Island. Landslides occurred on Tetepare and Rendova islands. A large aftershock (magnitude 6.3) hit 40 km SW of Kavachi volcano on 9th January 2010.

    Comment by ChrisTian — February 2, 2010 @ 1:50 am

  6. Continuous ash emissions were reported from Planchón-Peteroa Volcano on 13th January 2010. Ash reached a height of 25,000 ft. This is the first eruption at the volcano since November 1998.
    More on Planchon-Peteroa Volcano…

    Comment by ChrisTian — February 2, 2010 @ 1:52 am


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