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Cumbre Vieja volcano unrest! Eruption continues Page 295. VQC Reporting from the ground.

 
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I would say, its probably nothing, but we are in 2021 and right after 2020 everything has gone eekalert so who knows?
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I would usually say the same as these pre-doom threads fester for a few hours and eventually die off. This hasn't lost steam and seems to be increasing in intensity every day. (well day 3 now)... The swarm is shifting west and the depth is moving close to the surface. The hope is that it's nothing, but we'll need to keep a close eye on this for at least a month.
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Recent seismogram
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Big green spike again at around 8:41 pm UTC time
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So are we at the tomato stage yet ?

Or is this a potato dead thread ?
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They raised the threat level to orange for imminent. Imminent should be construed as likely to blow soon.
 Quoting: Sentient Transient


The fact that this is at orange is concerning. Imminent means it's going to happen and not later!

I am not saying to panic over this, but definitely worth watching. A mega-tsunami that the ocean pulled out of its ass is not a surprise I want in this lifetime.
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what size tsunami are we talking?
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People need to keep in mind that with Mount St. Helens it was rumbling for several weeks before one strong quake dislodged the side of the mountain and it blew out sideways.

Similar historical reports exist for both Krakatoa and Tambora in what is now Indonesia (Tambora believed to be the largest reuption in the last 2000 or so years).

Ditto for Mt. Pinatubo in the Phillipeans, which is the largest or second largest eruption since Tambora.

In other words do NOT expect a MAJOR event IMMEDIATELY on LaPalma. It needs to fester and build up a "head of steam" so to speak before it will do anything serious.

How long?

Based on history I would say a minimum of 2 weeks to 3 weeks, if Tambora and Pinatubo are any indication 6 to 8 weeks.

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It would be nice to know if Geologists have determined if the Island of LaPalma IS CRACKED all the way across, like the big island of Hawaii is, ... which would facilitate an entire portion of the island splitting off and falling into the sea. Maybe somebody can chime in with that research.
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Good info.

Like Mt St Helens--something to keep on the radar and have an eye out for possibly into the longer-short term.
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what size tsunami are we talking?
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Nothing like we've ever seen before.
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Man...it really isn't.

This is the Final Days we are into and there is definitely a very specific verse in Revelation that matches up to CV happening as forewarned.

There is more reason to believe it will happen and we are indeed watching it before it does than there is to think this will piddle away back into nothing.
If it isn't in The Bible then it is just conspiracy theory.
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I’ve let family on east coast know about this and that I’d let them know if and when they needed to head north to the higher elevations.
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Don't you mean West,or are they not within 12 miles or so from the ocean shoreline?
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A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
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A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
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A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
 Quoting: OnTheFence


I have been in the foothill,off and on,and with the knowledge and teaching at glp over the years, I always felt safe there. I'm back on coast, and missing those mountains every day. I think you're fine.
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A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
 Quoting: OnTheFence


I have been in the foothill,off and on,and with the knowledge and teaching at glp over the years, I always felt safe there. I'm back on coast, and missing those mountains every day. I think you're fine.
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There is plenty of land (all sized acreage) here in Caldwell County for sale. Come on back!
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Latest earthquake

Magnitude 3.0 at the depth 9 km


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A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
 Quoting: OnTheFence


I'm not sure how far inland it'll go, and will be safe to be, but my understanding is the initial wave created at the impact site would be 15,000ft high, but by the time it travels to the US East Coast, it'll have diminished to about 150' high.

While that is a drastic decrease, 150' high is still a mega tsunami and will destroy and kill a lot in its path once it hits land.

If you're 1,600ft above sea level, you should be good. STILL......it doesn't hurt to have a contingency plan and a bag ready to go just in case!!
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Complete article about the oceanic propagation of a potential tsunami from the La Palma Island

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Nothing will happen.
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A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
 Quoting: OnTheFence


I think you need to be 200 Feet above sea level that video you speak of is posted on the first couple of pages in this thread but I have a link.


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A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
 Quoting: OnTheFence


I think you need to be 200 Feet above sea level that video you speak of is posted on the first couple of pages in this thread but I have a link.


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[youtube] [link to youtu.be (secure)]
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boring for a really big tsunami you need a meteor
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Re: Cumbre Vieja volcano unrest! Eruption continues Page 295. VQC Reporting from the ground.
A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
 Quoting: OnTheFence


I'm not sure how far inland it'll go, and will be safe to be, but my understanding is the initial wave created at the impact site would be 15,000ft high, but by the time it travels to the US East Coast, it'll have diminished to about 150' high.

While that is a drastic decrease, 150' high is still a mega tsunami and will destroy and kill a lot in its path once it hits land.

If you're 1,600ft above sea level, you should be good. STILL......it doesn't hurt to have a contingency plan and a bag ready to go just in case!!
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Nice information - thank you!
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Complete article about the oceanic propagation of a potential tsunami from the La Palma Island

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Thank you for the link. Opened in another tab and reading ...
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How big of a tsunami? How far inland on the east coast?
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Based on the estimate/s that I have heard, about 12 miles, but there are so many factors mostly based on region and elevation of that particular region.

It's very hard to predict without knowing all the factors, especially volume.
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A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
 Quoting: OnTheFence


I think you need to be 200 Feet above sea level that video you speak of is posted on the first couple of pages in this thread but I have a link.
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The age of the video looks about right ... opened in another tab and waiting for it to load (f'ing Hughesnet internet). Thank you!
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A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
 Quoting: OnTheFence


Yes
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A couple of years ago, when LaPalma was active, someone somewhere put out a video that simulated the tsunami from this event ... how it would affect the East Coast, and how far up in elevation one needed to be to escape the worst of it.

Does anyone remember this video and where to find it? I'm in the foothills of North Carolina, about 1600 ft above sea level - is that high up enough and far inland enough?
 Quoting: OnTheFence


I'm not sure how far inland it'll go, and will be safe to be, but my understanding is the initial wave created at the impact site would be 15,000ft high, but by the time it travels to the US East Coast, it'll have diminished to about 150' high.

While that is a drastic decrease, 150' high is still a mega tsunami and will destroy and kill a lot in its path once it hits land.

If you're 1,600ft above sea level, you should be good. STILL......it doesn't hurt to have a contingency plan and a bag ready to go just in case!!
 Quoting: Domari Nolo


Just grab a cooler full of beer and stand on that.

That gives you about 1.25 feet of wiggle room.
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It’s behind. But still good


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Doom Level: Cluster Cluster Fuuuuuuuck

Just do your best. And be a decent soul. Don’t forget the comfort food.

Eek. Brace for the next two waves.

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what size tsunami are we talking?
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depends on the model:

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I've gone onto the USGS site and noticed there hasn't been any activity at Las Palma for the past few days. Is that site wonky or is the quakes too slight for it to pick up.
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I have a gut feeling we may see an East Coast tsunami very soon.
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Latest earthquake

Magnitude 3.0 at the depth 9 km


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 Quoting: Mister Pillarr


Mount Saint Helens volcano in Washington State erupted
in May 1980--I WAS THERE--erupted after a 3.0 pt. quake.
Vancouver, WA could see the eruption cloud from way down
there--it had its own weather and created a HUGE landslide
destroying 1/2 the side of that mountain.


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Mt. Saint Helens volcanic eruption 1980. My family
watched this jaw-dropping event from a hillside in
Vancouver, WA. It made its own weather and collapsed
the whole side of its volcano in only minutes.

3.0 pt. doesn't sound that big, but with volcanos it
can be significant.

Diamond in fact, states clearly "This is a significant
event" in his video. I really suggest you want to watch
his video:


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Diamond published this video on the SIGNIFICANT EVENT
and global warning of tsunami threat yesterday 9-13-2021.
Covers the current quake swarm and the info about the
possible tsunami predicting 40 million dead if there is an
eruption/volcano collapse.

Let's pray this doesn't happen.

cheers
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