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Monday, December 4, 2017

(VIDEOS) Whoa! Something Big is Rising up From Earth Beneath New England! Another Yellowstone?

(VIDEOS) Whoa! Something Big is Rising up From Earth Beneath New England! Another Yellowstone? 
INCLUDES MORE SKY TRUMPETS AND FIREBALLS

Earthquake warning along with this discovery?


The upwelling we detected is like a hot air balloon, and we infer that something is rising up through the deeper part of our planet under New England,” said lead author Vadim Levin, a geophysicist and professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Rutgers University–New Brunswick. “It is not Yellowstone (National Park)-like, but it’s a distant relative in the sense that something relatively small – no more than a couple hundred miles across – is happening.”

 

 


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In recent days instruments around the world are detecting some not so typical energy patterns.

 

Mass of Warm Rock Rising Beneath New England, Rutgers Study Suggests

First-of-its kind seismic study challenges textbook concepts of geology
By Todd B. Bates
Slowly but steadily, an enormous mass of warm rock is rising beneath part of New England, although a major volcanic eruption isn’t likely for millions of years, a Rutgers University-led study suggests. The research is groundbreaking in its scope and challenges textbook concepts of geology.
“The upwelling we detected is like a hot air balloon, and we infer that something is rising up through the deeper part of our planet under New England,” said lead author Vadim Levin, a geophysicist and professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Rutgers University–New Brunswick. “It is not Yellowstone (National Park)-like, but it’s a distant relative in the sense that something relatively small – no more than a couple hundred miles across – is happening.”
The study, which tapped seismic data through the National Science Foundation’s EarthScope program, was published online this week in Geology. Study co-authors include Yiran Li and Peter Skryzalin, who did their research through Rutgers’ Aresty Research Assistant Program, and researchers at Yale University.
“Our study challenges the established notion of how the continents on which we live behave,” Levin said. “It challenges the textbook concepts taught in introductory #geology classes.”
Through EarthScope, thousands of seismic measurement devices, which were 46.6 miles apart, covered the continental United States for two years. Nothing on Earth has been done on this scale, Levin said. The EarthScope program seeks to reveal the structure and evolution of the North American continent and the processes that cause earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the NSF says.
Levin studies #seismic waves, or the vibrations that pass through our planet following earthquakes. Seismic waves provide a window into the Earth’s interior by revealing the shapes of objects, changes in the state of materials and clues about their texture. The Rutgers-led study focused on New England, where scientists had previously documented an area of great warmth (hundreds of degrees Celsius warmer than neighboring areas) in the Earth’s upper mantle. The lithosphere, Earth’s solid outer shell, consists of the upper mantle and the crust that includes the surface.


In the figure, measurements of the strength of mantle flow are shown along with the colored map of seismic wave speed at 195 kilometers (121 miles) beneath the Earth’s surface, under the North American tectonic plate. The warm colors indicate lower speed, implying that rock in those regions is less dense, likely warmer and rising toward the surface. The key finding is that mantle flow indicators are smallest above the warm region, likely because warmer rock flows upward and disrupts the horizontal flow.
“We’re interested in what happens at the interface between tectonic plates – thick, solid parts that cover our planet – and material in the upper mantle beneath the plates,” Levin said. “We want to see how North America is gliding over the deeper parts of our planet. It is a very large and relatively stable region, but we found an irregular pattern with rather abrupt changes in it.”
Levin thinks the upwelling pattern detected is largely beneath central Vermont and western New Hampshire, but it’s also under western Massachusetts. It may be present elsewhere, but the study’s findings were based on available seismic observations.
“The Atlantic margin of North America did not experience intense geologic activity for nearly 200 million years,” Levin said. “It is now a so-called ‘passive margin’ – a region where slow loss of heat within the Earth and erosion by wind and water on the surface are the primary change agents. So we did not expect to find abrupt changes in physical properties beneath this region, and the likely explanation points to a much more dynamic regime underneath this old, geologically quiet area.”
“It will likely take millions of years for the upwelling to get where it’s going,” he added. “The next step is to try to understand how exactly it’s happening.”
Source Rutgers Today

A HUGE BLOB OF HOT ROCK HAS BEEN RISING UNDER VERMONT FOR TENS OF MILLIONS OF YEARS

New England’s natural wonders are supposed to be limited to beautiful fall foliage and striking mountains—striking, but very much inactive, stable, long dead mountains. Here, the Earth is supposed to be changed by wind and water, not by molten rock: If you want to see volcanoes, you go to Hawaii, not Vermont.
It’s been 200 million years since New England saw any serious magma activity, and scientists didn’t have any reason to think that would change any time soon. But according to a new paper published in the journal Geology, a bubble of hot rock has been quietly growing beneath the region for tens of millions of years now.
“The upwelling we detected is like a hot air balloon, and we infer that something is rising up through the deeper part of our planet under New England,” lead author Vadim Levin, an earth scientist at Rutgers University, said in a press release.
No one is going to see volcanoes in New England any time soon—the scientists are confident it will be millions of years more before the upwelling leads to any sort of eruption. But if the new paper holds up, it could cause an eruption of sorts in the field of geology, where scientists had been pretty certain that large continental plates like North America’s should be, well, boring far away from their edges.
So Levin and his colleagues tapped into data gathered by EarthScope, a government-funded network of thousands of seismological monitors located across North America. Encoded in that data is information scientists can use to piece together a map of what’s going on underneath the surface, since waves of energy traveling through the Earth’s surface change depending on what sort of substance they’re traveling through.
Related: Earthquake risk and Earth’s slowing rotation: Why there won’t be a huge spike in deadly quakes in 2018
That’s how Levin and his colleagues identified the upwelling beneath central Vermont, western New Hampshire and western Massachusetts, which they think has been building for tens of millions of years—not actually that long when you’re talking about geology. The area stands out because here, the Earth is behaving differently than it does in the regions nearby. It’s hotter than neighboring regions and doesn’t show the same physical properties. That’s why they think it’s an upwelling, a blob of hot rock slowly rising through the Earth’s surface.
There’s a chance the upwelling may be a little larger, since the team is currently limited by where EarthScope monitors are set up, but they plan to keep investigating the phenomenon. “It will likely take millions of years for the upwelling to get where it’s going,” Levin said in the press release. “The next step is to try to understand how exactly it’s happening.”

 

'Sky trumpet phenomena' heard in Pennsylvania

Trumpet sounds in PA
© YouTube/Nick Wilkes
Caught the "sky trumpet" phenomenon while walking back to my dorm from the Subway in California, PA. Conspiracy theorist say that these are a sign of the apocalypse.


Loud 'roaring sounds' heard in the sky along the Mississippi River at the Illinois/Iowa border

Strange sounds in IL, IA border
© Via YouTube/Splenorous
The video can be deceptive! I have more understanding of what I am hearing and seeing in other videos! Your comments are most welcomed! However, I can tell you for 100% accuracy as to what I am witnessing as the camera is recording!

It is a cloudy November day in 2017 along the Mississippi River Illinois/ Iowa border. There is very little wind, the trees are barely rustling so the noise is NOT wind although it occasionally sounds like a mighty wind very high up in the sky! NEVER heard this particular noise EVER before! Even though the camera may seems as if it is raining - it is NOT RAINING! Kind of sounded a tish like thunder but this noise was a continual noise for an hour!

It sounded for 5 - 7 minutes at a time then died down for just 1-2 minutes and was back just as loud as before. We could hear it out from the same direction but seemed to be louder just right, left then right over head. It was not moving far if at all. NO VARIATIONS as traffic, planes, jets, and way too loud for a plane to be that low and we did not see one thing! For an hour, no lights, shadows or planes.


Bright meteor fireball explodes over Pennsylvania, sonic boom reported (VIDEOS)

Pennsylvania meteor fireball
© M. Hankey, AMS
Pennsylvania meteor fireball on December 2, 2017.
If you were looking up at the sky at 3 a.m. Saturday, you may have seen a bright flash of light.

It turns out the flash was the result of a fireball meteor.

WGAL reports the fireball meteor was seen over most of the northeastern part of the country. Fireball meteors are brighter than normal meteors, and usually end with a flash as they disintegrate in the atmosphere.

Numerous photos and videos have made their rounds on social media.






Comment: The American Meteor Society (AMS) has received over 100 reports (#4827-2017) of this meteor fireball seen over NY, MD, PA, VA, OH, DE, CT, NJ, RI, WV, NH, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, MA, DC, Connecticut and Maryland on Saturday, December 2nd 2017 around 08:09 UT. Included in these reports, 11 people mention hearing an associated sound, such as a "boom" or "crackle".

As well as visible celestial bodies, it is probable that space rock fragments are also exploding in the atmosphere. See also: BOOM! Mysterious blasts rattling the skies are on the increase around the world - UPDATE at least 64 documented events (VIDEO)

These related articles are from just last week:
Even NASA's own space data supports citizens' recent observations, namely the inconvenient fact that meteor fireballs are increasing dramatically.

 

The next immense earthquake in Japan could send the whole World into recession

http://strangesounds.org/2017/12/next-big-earthquake-japan-could-send-the-whole-world-into-recession.html

 

Scientists are afraid an Italian supervolcano is getting ready to blow

For the past 60 years or so, it’s been showing signs that it’s getting ready to blow its lava load all over southern Europe. And these signs, like seismic activity, land deformation, and gas chemistry, have been accelerating since 2012.
That’s bad news for the nearly one million people living in Naples, 360,000 of whom live right on the sides of the volcano itself. If the experts are right and Flegrei pops within the next century, those million people will have to evacuate or die while Naples, one of the most important hubs of European culture for the past thousand years, might go the way of Pompeii – first utterly destroyed, then be made into a terrible movie. And that’s the best case scenario.
40,000 years ago, some scholars think a Campi Flegrei eruption contributed to the extinction of the Neanderthals. But even that’s small potatoes compared to 200,000 years ago, when the supervolcano blackened the skies of the entire planet, causing a worldwide volcanic winter and almost wiping out all life on Earth.
Here a video simulation of what the incoming eruption could look like… and its pretty terrifying:

 

Shift In Earthquake Patterns, Quakes in Odd Places


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9 comments:

  1. I have been feeling the earth move under my feet x10 yrs.fron Naples fl. To St. Petersburg fl. My husband says it's the evil one.I have experienced other phenomana, be it supernatural good and or evil. God allows it. Just sharin. Lobe you guys. Ave Maria.x3.

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  2. The zoroasters believe lava will flow across the earth
    and to the pious it will be like warm milk
    But to the wicked it will purify them

    These guys visited jesus when he was born

    We know them as the three wise men

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  3. That is the first I have heard of this potential New England Volcano

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  4. I hear these noises quite often out here in the Midwest. They typically happen at night but sometimes during the day. It is strange. Is it HAARP?

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  5. Anyone catch the supermoon yesterday, beautiful!

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  6. I have a bad feeling Japan will go under sooner than later. It seems as though they are being “targeted” with scalar weaponry.

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  7. What is your email address? I’m 72 and have difficulty understanding some words, even though I have hearing aides. Hearing loss was caused by some kind of virus.

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