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Old 12-31-2008, 08:13 AM
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In addition what you will read below there just has been another 3.5 under the lake today and several others. For those of you that don't know, under Yellowstone lake is a volcanoic dome that has been rising for some time now and that is where all of the recent quakes have been

Dec. 30, 2008 -- Yellowstone National Park was jostled by a host of small earthquakes for a third straight day Monday, and scientists watched closely to see whether the more than 250 tremors were a sign of something bigger to come.
Swarms of small earthquakes happen frequently in Yellowstone, but it's very unusual for so many earthquakes to happen over several days, said Robert Smith, a professor of geophysics at the University of Utah.
"They're certainly not normal," Smith said. "We haven't had earthquakes in this energy or extent in many years."
Smith directs the Yellowstone Seismic Network, which operates seismic stations around the park. He said the quakes have ranged in strength from barely detectable to one of magnitude 3.8 that happened Saturday. A magnitude 4 quake is capable of producing moderate damage.


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You sure you just didn't take one too many of the little blue pills?
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You sure you just didn't take one too many of the little blue pills?
When I see this I wish I had. I just checked the site again and it is still going on. this is the link for the graphs

http://www.seis.utah.edu/helicorder/...one/index.html
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When I see this I wish I had. I just checked the site again and it is still going on. this is the link for the graphs

http://www.seis.utah.edu/helicorder/...one/index.html

Those quakes are still going on in the lake. Don't know how strong because they have shut down the sesimagraphs so we cant tell. Gee, I just might get to witness history here. This map shows how far away I am from it here in Jackson. Man that would make one hell of a tombstone wouldn't it folks. And not to mention that there is a major fault line centered just outside of town here. A big one up there could set that one off to.

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Those quakes are still going on in the lake. Don't know how strong because they have shut down the sesimagraphs so we cant tell. Gee, I just might get to witness history here. This map shows how far away I am from it here in Jackson. Man that would make one hell of a tombstone wouldn't it folks. And not to mention that there is a major fault line centered just outside of town here. A big one up there could set that one off to.
Uhh, don't be afraid to haul ass there bud. Don't wait till the shakin starts. Always better to leave when they tell ya and make sure you stay on this side the dirt and nothing happen than to ignore them and be swallowed by a hole and covered in lava while lookin at hooter on the puter.
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Uhh, don't be afraid to haul ass there bud. Don't wait till the shakin starts. Always better to leave when they tell ya and make sure you stay on this side the dirt and nothing happen than to ignore them and be swallowed by a hole and covered in lava while lookin at hooter on the puter.
I just checked with national and there how have been 259 quakes it jumped 18 more and doubled in size

This is just in. they got the graphs working again. Will keep ya informed during the day as I get it, Not to mention we are under a winter storm warning with 1 to 2 feet forcast for the valley by tomorrow.

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Doesnt sound like the weather is at all in your favor? I couldnt imagine how much that would suck.

I panic if we get more than an inch of snow....cause that means that the kids might home from school and stuck inside competing to see which one of them can get me to snap first.

As for quakes....we had the 5.5 in April and every since then Ive been extremly paranoid and hubby doesnt help cause he purposely shakes the bed in the middle of the night every once in awhile....cause he thinks my reaction is funny. So maybe if we had more quakes I would at least feel a little less nutty, lol....or it would make me worse. I will never forget that morning.....it froze in panic, I had no clue what to do, we just dont have quakes here.

I predict something big is brewing underneath us. I have been watching quake activity since that morning and I have noticed activity is up everywhere....its scary.
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Doesnt sound like the weather is at all in your favor? I couldnt imagine how much that would suck.

I panic if we get more than an inch of snow....cause that means that the kids might home from school and stuck inside competing to see which one of them can get me to snap first.

As for quakes....we had the 5.5 in April and every since then Ive been extremly paranoid and hubby doesnt help cause he purposely shakes the bed in the middle of the night every once in awhile....cause he thinks my reaction is funny. So maybe if we had more quakes I would at least feel a little less nutty, lol....or it would make me worse. I will never forget that morning.....it froze in panic, I had no clue what to do, we just dont have quakes here.

I predict something big is brewing underneath us. I have been watching quake activity since that morning and I have noticed activity is up everywhere....its scary.
From what I hear animals start to act really strange before a quake hits. Also if that super volcano goes off. That would be horrible. You can say bye bye to Wyoming, Montana, and probably and good part of Colorado. Lets really, really hope something like that never happens.

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hubby doesnt help cause he purposely shakes the bed in the middle of the night every once in awhile....cause he thinks my reaction is funny.
Now that sounds like something I'd do. Course I have been known to buy a couple kegs just to get enough guys together to go over to my buddies singlewide trailer and start shaking it on his wedding night. Boy what a friend to have in me.
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Now that sounds like something I'd do. Course I have been known to buy a couple kegs just to get enough guys together to go over to my buddies singlewide trailer and start shaking it on his wedding night. Boy what a friend to have in me.
Now that sounds like fun.....but being a wedding night, one would think they shouldnt notice... if they were celebrating properly.
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From what I hear animals start to act really strange before a quake hits. Also if that super volcano goes off. That would be horrible. You can say bye bye to Wyoming, Montana, and probably and good part of Colorado. Lets really, really hope something like that never happens.
If the volcano here in Yelloowstone ever does go on the magnitude it has in the past about 2/3rds of this country will feel the effects of it from the ash fallout alone.
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If the volcano here in Yelloowstone ever does go on the magnitude it has in the past about 2/3rds of this country will feel the effects of it from the ash fallout alone.
Yea, I was watching a show on discovery about that awhile back. They said even those of us way over here in north kakalaky would be dark for quite awhile from that ash cloud, and kickin off from the breathing the stuff in.
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Yea, I was watching a show on discovery about that awhile back. They said even those of us way over here in north kakalaky would be dark for quite awhile from that ash cloud, and kickin off from the breathing the stuff in.
at least I would get to go quick. Being so close to it.
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at least I would get to go quick. Being so close to it.
speaking of which there was just 2 more 2.5, 3.6 man something is sure rumbling down there. can't help but wondering if it is really getting ready to do something as it is about 40,000 or so years overdue
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Re: Earthquakes

here is a list of the quakes so far today. All of them except for one is in Yellowstone lake where the dome is. Some folks here are beting that if the quakes get over 401 that the dome will crack open.


MAG UTC DATE-TIME
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DEPTH
km

LOCATION
MAP2.9 2009/01/02 19:40:5444.553-110.3830.259 km ( 36 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP1.2 2009/01/02 18:50:3744.549-110.3641.060 km ( 37 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP2.8 2009/01/02 18:48:2144.551-110.3540.661 km ( 38 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP3.5 2009/01/02 18:32:4944.549-110.3575.461 km ( 38 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP1.5 2009/01/02 05:18:2144.510-110.3890.259 km ( 37 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP2.1 2009/01/02 05:16:1541.891-111.5117.110 km ( 6 mi) W of Garden, UT
MAP2.5 2009/01/02 05:10:5444.546-110.3550.161 km ( 38 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP2.2 2009/01/02 05:06:2944.545-110.3502.161 km ( 38 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP1.3 2009/01/02 05:05:5744.557-110.3721.859 km ( 37 mi) E of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP1.8 2009/01/02 01:47:4644.545-110.3731.060 km ( 37 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP1.5 2009/01/02 01:32:5344.550-110.3560.161 km ( 38 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP3.0 2009/01/02 01:30:5744.560-110.3202.259 km ( 37 mi) SSW of Cooke City-Silver Gate, MT
MAP3.1 2009/01/02 01:21:1944.556-110.3683.760 km ( 37 mi) E of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP2.5 2009/01/02 01:13:0544.551-110.3640.160 km ( 37 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT

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here is a list of the quakes so far today. All of them except for one is in Yellowstone lake where the dome is. Some folks here are beting that if the quakes get over 401 that the dome will crack open.


MAG UTC DATE-TIME
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MAP2.9 2009/01/02 19:40:5444.553-110.3830.259 km ( 36 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP1.2 2009/01/02 18:50:3744.549-110.3641.060 km ( 37 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP2.8 2009/01/02 18:48:2144.551-110.3540.661 km ( 38 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP3.5 2009/01/02 18:32:4944.549-110.3575.461 km ( 38 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP1.5 2009/01/02 05:18:2144.510-110.3890.259 km ( 37 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP2.1 2009/01/02 05:16:1541.891-111.5117.110 km ( 6 mi) W of Garden, UT
MAP2.5 2009/01/02 05:10:5444.546-110.3550.161 km ( 38 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP2.2 2009/01/02 05:06:2944.545-110.3502.161 km ( 38 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP1.3 2009/01/02 05:05:5744.557-110.3721.859 km ( 37 mi) E of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP1.8 2009/01/02 01:47:4644.545-110.3731.060 km ( 37 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP1.5 2009/01/02 01:32:5344.550-110.3560.161 km ( 38 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP3.0 2009/01/02 01:30:5744.560-110.3202.259 km ( 37 mi) SSW of Cooke City-Silver Gate, MT
MAP3.1 2009/01/02 01:21:1944.556-110.3683.760 km ( 37 mi) E of West Yellowstone, MT
MAP2.5 2009/01/02 01:13:0544.551-110.3640.160 km ( 37 mi) ESE of West Yellowstone, MT
Well the rumbling under the lake has finally settled down. Only one small shaker since about 2:am and most of us are wondering if it is going to stay quiet of start up and get worse. I know that it doesn't seem like much but it is aabout 40,000 years or more over due to blow. Most folks have no idea about the level of devastation it will cause and the long term effects it will have on the entire planet. So for now I get to stick around and bother you nice folks out there.
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Well the rumbling under the lake has finally settled down. Only one small shaker since about 2:am and most of us are wondering if it is going to stay quiet of start up and get worse. I know that it doesn't seem like much but it is aabout 40,000 years or more over due to blow. Most folks have no idea about the level of devastation it will cause and the long term effects it will have on the entire planet. So for now I get to stick around and bother you nice folks out there.
Let's hope it stays quiet.
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