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  1. Bump. Here's an updated earthquake map almost 3000 earthquakes in the past month, also to note the slump has moved 20 inches towards the ocean just in the past month since all these earthquakes and lava flows in Hawaii have started!
  2. #3 pretty much confirmed with this story.
  3. Checkoff #3, pretty much confirmed. Bump.
  4. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-18/hawaii-national-guard-whistleblowers-warn-friends-family-imminent-power-plant https://www.intellihub.com/hawaii-national-guard-whistle-blower-notifies-friends-and-family-of-imminent-power-plant-explosion-tsunami/ "A friend that works with our Civil Defense shared to just be prepared [be]cause the data is going OFF THEIR CHARTS, setting off all kind [of] bells at work." “Just got this from a friend,” the message read. “Hey loves, please notify friend and family [the] power plant [on] Hilo may explode within 48 hours which may cause earthquakes and tsunamis.” [It] would be a good idea to get prepared. Brock’s mom, her friend, is in the National Guard [and] is getting called in now to prepare in case this happens. They did not notify the public yet. FYI: Might have a tsunami warning withing 24 hours PLEASE make sure you make a meeting place or a number to call for your ohana. Oahu people will probably 20 minute to go high up somewhere […] so please share this inside info to everyone. A friend that works with our Civil Defense shared to just be prepared [be]cause the data is going OFF THEIR CHARTS, setting off all kind [of] bells at work. https://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/IMG_3F0B1884ACF2-1.jpg?itok=t10FwVEB
  5. http://strangesounds.org/2018/05/dam-breaks-colombia-evacuation-video.html 600 people already left homeless after heavy floods at hydroelectric dam project… And now another wave of flooding is feared. Tens of thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in western Colombia after heavy floods at Colombia’s largest hydroelectric dam project, which had already displaced hundreds over the weekend. The Hidroituango dam on the river Cauca was in the final stages of construction when a blocked tunnel was cleared on Saturday night, causing flooding downstream that swept through a riverside hamlet. Six hundred people were left homeless and two bridges, two schools and a health centre were destroyed. On Wednesday, authorities issued evacuation orders for eight municipalities downstream from the dam amid fears of another wave of flooding as heavy rains continue to batter the megaproject. The total number of inhabitants in the eight municipalities is believed to number up to 120,000. So far no deaths or missing people have been reported. “In the next few minutes, the flow of water from the Cauca river will be increased, downstream of the dam,” a text alert sent by EPM, the company building the dam, shortly after midday read. “People should go immediately to the meeting points.” The latest emergency was triggered after an engine room at the dam reportedly collapsed. Colombia’s army, police and disaster management agency were dispatched to the site in the north-western Antioquia province. Red Cross personnel have been on the scene since Saturday. “We are talking about people being displaced every hour,” Isabel Cristina Zuleta, an activist with Ríos Vivos, a local environmental organisation long opposed to the megaproject, told the Guardian from a Sabanalarga, a town upstream affected by floods over the weekend. “The high water pressure is causing landslides and floods upstream right now.” “Communities are losing their way of life,” she said. “There’s no humanitarian assistance here, it’s total abandonment – there’s no shelters, no food, no anything.” <snip>
  6. Bump. FB source from a disgruntled ex-employee of PGV: https://www.facebook.com/bob.culnan http://www.hawaiitribune-herald.com/2018/05/11/hawaii-news/one-fear-alleviated-another-looms-at-geothermal-plant/ "PGV wells are capped above ground, still live underground. Well field over 25 years old, wells under pressure and compromised by so much seismic activity. Ground is in deformation. These well are venting horizontally underground. That is why CDA has been keeping People out of the Lani Puna, as it borders PGV plant & well field on Pu'u Honua Ula Crater, due to ' volcanic gasses', geothermal gasses are volcanic. But letting Folks into Leilani Estates with 12+ fissures going on & off. Due the math, and Stay Out, big danger over there. Those Wells Must Be Killed. Spoke with Harry Kim about it, he agreed, but said only EPA can force them, don't know if that's true, but that's what he said. Either Way, those PGV Wells need to be Killed ASAP !!!!" "PGV needs to kill the wells, which has not been done from the info I have. Beginning to have failures (stretched bolts and leaking wellhead valves with pressure building on the wells). There is a Haliburton kill pump hooked up for just this situation, they need to use it ASAP!!" Here it can be seen the wells pressure is venting horizontally underground in two different directions from the PGV plant (updated pictures as of 5/15/2018): https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/observatories/hvo/maps_uploads/image-426.jpg https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/observatories/hvo/maps_uploads/image-427.jpg
  7. Article is dated 2016. Is there something new on this?
  8. I was also here in 89, but more east bay. I was in a brick building that was condemned after. Maybe the shaking wasn't quite as bad as SF and south bay. That was a serious earthquake.
  9. I'm south bay area, did not feel it at all. I felt the M4.8 in Berkeley months ago, on Jan 4, 2018. That was definitely a little jolt.
  10. Bump. With news like this coming out, its indeed possibly related to the geothermal plant. They want to plug the wells at the geothermal plant. "To kill the wells, we're going to have to pump cold water down those wells." They want to kill all the geothermal wells as a result of these eruptions near the plant. Let's drill into volcanic areas...what could go wrong???? Brilliant. A little late with whats happening in the other areas near the surface.
  11. https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/959476/Asteroid-WC9-live-stream-watch-online-slooh-asteroid-livestream The interstellar visitor is of particular interest because astronomers have lost track of the 120m-long asteroid eight years ago. At its closest approach tomorrow morning, the asteroid will come as close as 0.52 lunar distances – less than half the distance to the moon at 203,000km. Asteroid 2010 WC9 was first detected by The Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona on November 30, 2010, but faded out of sight by December. Now astronomers at robotic Slooh observatory are ready to track its return and will stream the asteroid’s approach online tonight. How to watch Asteroid 2010 WC9 online Robotic telescope service Slooh will train its telescopes on the night skies at precisely 1am BST (midnight UTC, 5pm PDT, 8PM EDT). The stream is expected to end just an hour after it kicks off. You can watch the livestream by clicking here and heading to the official Slooh Facebook Live event tonight. https://www.facebook.com/SloohLive/ <snip> https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=2010 WC9&amp;orb=1
  12. There's plenty of them. https://pnsn.org/volcanoes/mount-rainier https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/volcanoes/mount_rainier/monitoring_summary.html https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/observatories/cvo/ Current Volcano Alert Level: NORMAL (green color) in the link above https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/mount_rainier-earthquakes.html https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/mount_st_helens-earthquakes.html Top left of this page, gives a pretty good indication for the Pacific Northwest: https://pnsn.org/ Mount St. Helens: http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com/StHelens Mt. Rainier: http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com/rainier Looks like Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainier are the most active recently. The other volcanoes are less so. Here is an HD Cam of Mt. St. Helens that updates every 5 minutes: https://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/volcanocams/msh/ California Volcanoes: https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/observatories/calvo/ Also here's a recent RSS Feed to volcano alerts from the USGS: https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/rss/vhpcaprss.xml Elevated volcano eruptions alert page through USGS: https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/vhp/updates.html
  13. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5721997/Hawaii-braces-lava-flow-West-Coast-preps-possible-eruptions-13-Ring-Fire-volcanoes.html There are 13 volcanoes within an 800-mile chain running along the West Coast The Pacific 'Ring of Fire' volcanoes are said to be the most dangerous in the US On of those volcanoes, Mount St. Helens, killed dozens and sent volcanic ash across the US when it erupted in 1980 The West Coast volcano eruption fears come as Hawaii residents brace for a possible torrent of lava flow, in the wake of Kilauea's May 3 eruption More than 2,000 people have had to evacuate the area, while two dozen homes have already been destroyed by Kilauea's eruption Following the eruption of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, experts on the West Coast of America are now warning of potential volcanic eruptions involving the 13 volcanoes forming the Pacific's 'Ring of Fire.' The West Coast is home to an 800-mile (1,300-kilometer) chain of 13 volcanoes, include Mount St. Helens, whose spectacular 1980 eruption in the Pacific Northwest killed dozens of people and sent volcanic ash across the country, and Mount Rainier, which towers above the Seattle metro area. The concern over West Coast volcanic activity comes as residents in Hawaii brace themselves for a possible torrent of lava flow in the wake of Kilauea's May 3 eruption. 'What will take a turn for the worse in terms of hazard is if hotter, fresher magma makes it to the surface, and that could be what is coming,' Neal said in a conference call on Friday. 'Once a new batch of hotter, gassier magma makes it to the surface we might see larger, higher eruption rates.' On the West Coast, 'There's lots of anxiety out there,' said Liz Westby, geologist at the U.S. Geological Survey Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Washington, in the shadow of Mount St. Helens. 'They see destruction, and people get nervous.' <snip>
  14. It's going slow for now, but it could at some point it could suddenly all slide off at once. Yep.

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