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37 Erupting Volcanos Globally, Krakatau Explosions


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Posted 06 July 2018 - 05:22 AM

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The planet is experiencing a lot of volcanic activity right now with 37 volcanos erupting. That's a little high. I found it interesting that the ring of Fire is especially active. Fuego, Kiluea, Krakatau, Galapagos, etc.

List of active volcanos. Map and alerts Updated frequently.
https://www.volcanod..._volcanoes.html

Krakatoa report.
https://www.volcanod...-lava-flow.html

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 08:59 AM

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The planet is experiencing a lot of volcanic activity right now with 37 volcanos erupting. That's a little high. I found it interesting that the ring of Fire is especially active. Fuego, Kiluea, Krakatau, Galapagos, etc.

List of active volcanos. Map and alerts Updated frequently.
https://www.volcanod..._volcanoes.html

Krakatoa report.
https://www.volcanod...-lava-flow.html


Pretty much means we're fully in solar minimum then right?

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 12:08 PM

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I've read that. As to the effects of it, I'm still digging.

But the Ring of Fire is pretty busy. Having islands of Hawaii Kilauea and Galapagos both erupting is interesting enough, throw in Krakatau and it's a trifecta. Shiveluch on Russia's coast is erupting. The entire ring is busy. Interesting times.

Something else i was thinking about was with all this magma shifting all around the Ring, can a west coast quake be far behind? I read where they're watching the southern end of the San Andreas, so as it's been a while, you have to ask yourself if it will shift.

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 05:40 PM

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I've read that. As to the effects of it, I'm still digging.

But the Ring of Fire is pretty busy. Having islands of Hawaii Kilauea and Galapagos both erupting is interesting enough, throw in Krakatau and it's a trifecta. Shiveluch on Russia's coast is erupting. The entire ring is busy. Interesting times.

Something else i was thinking about was with all this magma shifting all around the Ring, can a west coast quake be far behind? I read where they're watching the southern end of the San Andreas, so as it's been a while, you have to ask yourself if it will shift.


Agree. Something to keep in mind also is that Cali has volcanoes as well.

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Posted 07 July 2018 - 06:28 AM

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They're not watching the southern end of San Andreas closely and there are volcanos down there. They haven't been a problem for a very long time, but it's interesting.
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Posted 12 July 2018 - 03:36 PM

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Krakatau is picking up. Explosions increasing.

This image was taken 50km from Krakatau in the Sunda Strait today.

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Posted 13 July 2018 - 02:53 PM

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"According to the Japan Coast Guard, it was confirmed that brown ash was rising from near the crater of Nishinoshima around 12:24 today (12th)."

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