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Expect At least one more quake! maybe more?

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 Brio    1,038

I was in Pemberton in September, a small town just N of Whistler (2010 winter olympic village) there's a mountain there called Mount Currie. Early morning and early evening for the last 4 months or so there's explosions coming from the mountain and you can see clouds of dust. It sounds like some one is up there blasting only much louder. No one knows why.

Then you take a look at the Seismic monitor http://ds.iris.edu/seismon/

and in the 'ring of fire' the only quiet zone is from Alaska to California. If the Cascadia subduction zone lets go it's going to be huge.

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 Jostler    2,216
4 hours ago, Brio said:

I was in Pemberton in September, a small town just N of Whistler (2010 winter olympic village) there's a mountain there called Mount Currie. Early morning and early evening for the last 4 months or so there's explosions coming from the mountain and you can see clouds of dust. It sounds like some one is up there blasting only much louder. No one knows why.

Then you take a look at the Seismic monitor http://ds.iris.edu/seismon/

and in the 'ring of fire' the only quiet zone is from Alaska to California. If the Cascadia subduction zone lets go it's going to be huge.

Go here and see if you can identify where that blasting was being done :)  Currie looks like it's a pretty rugged mountain...and more a ridge than a single peak.

50°17'12.61" N 122°49'57.23" W

(plug that into Google Earth if you have it :)

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