04 Aug 2016 | 3 Indonesian volcanoes erupt, disrupting some flights #Sinabung #Rinjani #Gamalama


Sinabung volcano on Sumatra Island and Mount Gamalama in the Moluccas chain of islands have both erupted in the past couple of days, along with Mount Rinjani on Lombok Island near Bali.
http://en.alalam.ir/news/1846641

26 Jul 2016 | Mt. Sakurajima explosive eruption, plume reaches 5000m, highest on record #Sakurajima


Note: Mt Sakurajima welcomes the Day-Out-of-Time, as Earth approaches the 8-8-8 Lions Gate Portal our Earth Mother welcomes the Sirian energy’s to our realms…

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Last time the plume reached 5000m was in August 2013. The second last time was in 2006. 5000 meters is the highest on record per Japanese media. Source: JNN, ANN, TBS.
https://www.aab-tv.co.jp/news/ann_sho…
http://news.tbs.co.jp/newseye/tbs_new…

Covered in ash: Chinstrap penguins threatened by volcanic eruption


© Pete Bucktrout, British Antarctic Survey
Volcanic ash threatens an enormous colony of chinstrap penguins.

The hatcheries of migratory penguins can be magical places, full of fluffy chicks and doting parents. But things are less picturesque when you add volcanic ash to the mix. A volcano on the northernmost island of an archipelago in the South Atlantic Ocean has been spewing ash and smoke since March, threatening one of the largest colonies of penguins in the world, according to a new study.

Zavodovski Island, one of the South Sandwich Islands, is uninhabited by humans, but it is home to more than 1 million chinstrap penguins, according to the British Antarctic Survey (BAS). BAS researchers found the volcanic eruption via satellite imagery and fishermen from nearby South Georgia were able to photograph ash blowing eastward across the island over penguin-nesting grounds.

“We donꞌt know what impact the ash will have on the penguins,” Peter Fretwell, a geographer with the BAS, said in a statement. “If it has been heavy and widespread it may have a serious effect on the population.”

The chinstrap penguin (Pygoscelis antarctica) stands about 30 inches (75 centimeters) tall and eats mostly krill (tiny crustaceans). These penguins are abundant throughout the sub-Antarctic region, and there are at least 8 million in the wild, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

The penguins forage at sea from March until November, when they return to their colonies to breed. When the eruption began in March, some straggling penguins may have still been molting, shedding old feathers and growing new ones, and were unable to leave the island, said Wayne Trivelpiece, a biologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service who has studied penguins for 40 years.

There is evidence of prior volcanic activity on Zavodovski Island, according to the BAS, but the extent of that volcanism and its effect on wildlife on the remote island are unknown. Two expeditions are planned later this year to evaluate damage from the eruption, Fretwell said.

But the main effects of the eruption, Trivelpiece said, won’t be known until the penguins return to the island, where 10 to 15 percent of the world’s chinstraps nest. “If the ash covers everything, that will make a difference,” he said, “That’s not going to be good terrain to lay eggs in.”

Ultimately, like the BAS, Trivelpiece is taking a wait-and-see approach in assessing the effects of the eruption by Mount Curry on the island’s penguin population. He said the ash could be blown out to sea, or the “very adaptable” chinstraps may find alternative nesting grounds.

“We donꞌt really know,” Trivelpiece told Live Science. “We’d just be guessing.”

https://www.sott.net/article/321751-Covered-in-ash-Chinstrap-penguins-threatened-by-volcanic-eruption

Mauna Loa Earthquake Swarm Detected (June 5, 2016)


Note: I started hearing about earthquake swarms on Mana Loa back in early 2013 from a roommate who talked with a civil defense engineer he met at Kilauea volcano. So when I heard about the TMT project, I really questioned the viability of the project and why these plans were being pushed thru.

Currently data is coming in indicating magma is rising from deep underground chambers to the surface, hence the reason we have 40 volcano’s erupting around the ring of fire. In some areas like the US midwest, magma is at Stage 3 Critical levels…meaning close to an eruption.

So this data doesn’t surprise me one bit, as a matter of fact I heard an expert geologist on an interview back in 2013 say he predicts a huge eruption at Mana Loa that will create serious seismic events for the Pacific basin. Whether that’s true, has yet to be seen.

IMO Gaia and Pele have plans for the TMT project…it will never happen on our sacred aina.

5/24/2016 — Global Earthquake Forecast + Supervolcano Discovered at North Pole dutchsinse


A unintentional discovery of a supervolcano was made yesterday (May 23, 2016).

The newly discovered 68 mile long (110km) / 33 mile wide (53km) caldera resides at the North Pole, at the very tip of the Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

Coordinates of the caldera here:

81 32 38.90 N , 119 48 1.02 E

Full post linked below showing the previously “unnamed” supervolcano

(now named Mount Dutch in honor of the discoverer – myself)

🙂

http://dutchsinse.com/5232016-supervo…

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All links mentioned in the video here:

Last weeks earthquake forecast video May 16, 2016:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Mn47…

(NEW UPDATE) Worldwide Situational Update!!! PROJECT INCENSION


Note: This update was previously posted with several other video’s covering imminent earth changes. At this stage, I feel the data  is worthy of a replay for those who missed the first post. This is info you can try showing to people who are waking-up, or still unaware of what’s unfolding with the planet.

I showed it to a friend last week, he left my house rather dazed and confused that evening – it was evident the data presented definitely impacted his perspective of the world🙂

Much love, {~A~}

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PROJECT INCENSION: Interviewing: Miq’mac elder, former sgt. pattie l brassard, US Army Freedom Team/ NASA Contractor Black Projects Contractor, Computer Communications. & Her Grace – thirteenth white bare klan mother: karen ann lucyk macdonald & Sgt. Daniel Brad MacBolen USAF on (NEW UPDATE) Worldwide Situational Update – OILS SPILLS, LEY LINES, RADIATION COUNTS PLANETARY, N.AMERICA TO UK- AFRICA- FUKISHIMA JAPAN, RADNET ,GAMMA ++ READINGS, WORLD GRAVITY CHANGES, SALINE, POLE SHIFT, CLIMATE WARMING TEMPS@ 30,000 FT/SE SURFACE, BETA READINGS ,DUMBS military bases, flash earth.

4/30/2016 — Sudden large volcanic blast in South Japan ( Kyushu ) at Mt. Sakurajima ~ Dutchsinse


April 30, 2016 – A very large blast has occurred in South Japan / Kyushu at Sakurajima volcano.

Captured on the University of Tokyo webcams located around the volcano, this blast sent ash multiple kilometers (several miles) into the sky, and caused large pyroclastic flows to descend down the mountainside of the volcano.

Approximately 2 weeks ago, just before the large M7.0 earthquake in Kyushu Japan, this volcano went silent. Normally this volcano (in the past) shows small daily eruptions.

The area went “silent” after the large earthquake struck South Japan in Kyushu on April 17, 2016. The earthquake occurred North of this volcano, and caused 3 feet (1 meter) of lateral movement to the Southwest.

This volcano (Sakurajima) is located South of the earthquake movement.

Keep watch at this volcano (and others nearby) for new eruptions to occur, as well as areas to the South of Kyushu (Taiwan), and to the North (Tokyo to Hokkaido) for earthquake activity.

Any time we see these size eruptions in South Japan, we should expect nearby seismic activity (larger earthquakes) to occur within days or less.

Webcam links to Sakurajima here:

http://volcams.malinpebbles.com/pubwe…

https://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2012…

Boiling river near Yellowstone National Park raises concerns


The Shoshone River bubbling like jets in a very smelly Jacuzzi

The Shoshone River, near Yellowstone National Park, suddenly and without warning started boiling, changed color and began to emit a sulfuric odor on March 25. Nearby witnesses wondered if they were “all going to die.” The current consensus among geologists and other experts is that a portion of the Shoshone River began to boil, located near Cody, Wyoming, and a new Yellowstone vent has opened up.

As Mysterious Universe reports, the boiling river near Yellowstone runs just east of Yellowstone National Park. It is close enough to the park and super volcano to be a “canary in a coal mine” as it relates to unusual geothermic events. The event was initially recorded by Dewey Vanderhoff, a photographer who spotted the Shoshone River near Yellowstone boiling and noted other bizarre features in the river.

“I’ve lived here all of my life and I’ve never seen it. It was pretty impressive. The river right there is a really dark green. With a polarizing filter it really popped out. [It bubbled like] like jets in a Jacuzzi.”

Boiling River Near Yellowstone National Park Heats Worries – https://t.co/PVCQi17tm8 pic.twitter.com/5igfmzZlUF

— Mysterious Universe (@mysteriousuniv) April 14, 2016

The Shoshone River near Yellowstone was also emitting a noxious, sulfuric odor, and the stretch of river that was boiling “like jets in a Jacuzzi” was a dark green color.

This isn’t the first time in recorded history that the Shoshone River near Yellowstone has displayed unusual geological activity, most likely related to its proximity to the national park and caldera. Back in the days of Lewis and Clark, an explorer named John Colter, visited the area. The explorer, also a member of Lewis and Clark’s epic expedition, trekked to the area in 1807 and wrote about what he saw. The Shoshone River, near Yellowstone, was known then as the Stinkingwater River, and according to John Colter, when he visited the portion of the river near Yellowstone, he encountered geysers, hot springs and the trademark sulfur-smell of a volcanic river.

The area is also home to sinkholes, geyser cones, and even abandoned sulfur mines.

Despite the descriptions penned by John Colter in 1807, in the interim two centuries, the Shoshone River near Yellowstone has become all but devoid of geothermal activities. According to Jason Burkhardt, a Wyoming Game and Fish Department biologist, the Shoshone River near Yellowstone is currently experiencing a “lull” in geothermal activity.

“We’re kind of in a lull compared to when John Colter was in this area. There was substantially more geothermal activity that was occurring back then.”

Or at least it was, until March 25, when the Shoshone River near Yellowstone began to boil and emit the tell-tale smell of volcanic activity. The river near Yellowstone national park boiled for four days before the activity abruptly ceased.

The boiling of the Shoshone River for four days in March wasn’t the only recent geothermal event in the river to pique the attention of geologists. Recent activity in and around the area of the river near Yellowstone has reportedly released enough hydrogen sulfide into the water to create a dead zone spanning one and a half miles. The stretch of river is now completely devoid of fish due to what Burkhardt referred to as a “chemical barrier,” which is blocking fish from entering.

Some believe this to be a very bad sign.

For now, the boiling in the river near Yellowstone has ceased. However, earthquake activity in and around the Yellowstone supervolcano is reportedly increasing.

It’s difficult to say whether or not the recent boiling of the river near Yellowstone is an indication of something concerning or just, as geologists claim to believe, another of many vents related to the caldera doing what they do, as they’ve always done. Much of our current understanding of the Yellowstone supervolcano has come to light over the last century, and new information and data is being compiled and pored over daily.

Only time will tell whether or not the boiling in the Shoshone River near Yellowstone National Park is part of a bigger trend of geologic change in the region.

http://www.sott.net/article/316559-Boiling-river-near-Yellowstone-National-Park-raises-concerns

Waking supervolcano in North Korea prompts rare collaboration with Western scientists


© Raymond Cunningham/Getty
The crater atop Mount Paektu


Rare example of collaboration with isolationist regime’s researchers helps reveal secrets of one of the world’s largest volcanoes

If it blows again, it could make Vesuvius look like a tea party.

Now, in a ground-breaking collaboration between the West and North Korea, vulcanologists are gaining new insights into Mount Paektu, on North Korea’s border with China, and whether it might blow its top any time soon.

If it does, the outcome could be catastrophic. Paektu’s last eruption, a thousand years ago, is the second largest ever recorded, topped only by the eruption of Mount Tambora in Indonesia in 1815.

“If it erupted, it would have impacts way beyond Korea and China,” says James Hammond of Birkbeck, University of London, one of the scientists involved.

In 946 AD, the eruption of Mount Paektu, Korea’s highest mountain, blasted 96 cubic kilometres of debris into the sky, 30 times more than the relatively puny 3.3 cubic kilometres that Vesuvius spewed over Pompeii in AD 79.

Yet despite is size and the potential impact of an eruption, little is known about this enigmatic volcano.

Growing fears

Western researchers got involved because the team investigating the volcano in North Korea, led by Ri Kyong-Song of the government’s Earthquake Administration in Pyongyang, needed access to extra scientific equipment and know-how.

Chinese vulcanologists, who have been monitoring the volcano they call Changbaishan from their side of the border, also wanted more information from the Korean side.

They and the Koreans have been monitoring the volcano closely ever since suspicious bulges were seen in and around the volcano between 2002 and 2005. These involved ground deformations measured by GPS, increased gas emissions and seismic rumbles.

“It’s a priority for both countries, and both have monitoring networks on the volcano, keeping an eye on it,” says Hammond.

Hammond and others from the West were invited to Korea in 2011 to install six seismometers at distances up to 60 kilometres from the volcano. These were sited to detect seismic waves from earthquakes elsewhere in the world passing through the ground beneath Paektu.

Seismic waves travel at different speeds through solid and molten rock, giving the researchers crucial information about what lies beneath.

The results reveal that there is indeed extensive magma beneath the volcano. “It’s a mushy mixture of molten rock and crystals that goes down right through the crust around 35 kilometres deep,” says Hammond.

It’s rare to see a partially melted type of magma with such a large fluid component throughout the whole crust, he says.

These are the first known estimates of the crustal structure of the volcano’s North Korea side and for anywhere beneath North Korea.

The partially melted crust is a potential source for magma in past eruptions and it may be associated with the recent volcanic unrest there.

At the moment, though, there’s no pool of liquid magma gathering near the surface – often a prelude to an eruption.

“One of the challenges now is to go beyond simply saying there’s magma in the crust, discovering instead how it’s sitting, how much there is and what are the implications,” says Hammond. “It’s only when it gets to a certain amount and a certain overpressure that it will erupt.”

At present, the researchers are not sure how much has to accumulate before the volcano erupts, he says.

That’s why the collaboration is set to continue for some time, with Hammond due back in Pyongyang next week. “We’ll be discussing what we’ll do over the next 12 months, and longer term over the next five to 10 years,” says Hammond.

After years working together, the two teams have got to know each other well, talking geology through an interpreter during the day, and in the evening heading for a restaurant or karaoke bar.

No politics, just science

“With what we’re doing, there’s no political element – we’re involved to understand a huge volcano, and the fact we’re having this dialogue is a great example of science transcending political differences,” says Hammond.

Ri also spent a month in the UK finalising the results and the draft for publication. “Our project is an example that it’s possible to build these collaborations and establish mutual trust,” says Hammond. “It’s been an advantage that our science doesn’t come with much political baggage.”

North Korea is keen to open doors for more scientists through an institution called Piintec, Hammond says. “The Koreans are very open to science engagement in most areas.”

“This is a bit of a first, in terms of a collaboration resulting in publication in a high-profile Western journal,” says Hammond.

So next week, when he reaches Pyongyang, he and his Korean colleagues will be celebrating, probably in a karaoke bar in Pyongyang, drinking soju, the rice liquor popular in the country.

“We get on very well,” says Hammond. “That’s why it works, through relationships and trust, and for that to work you need to understand each other.”

Journal reference: Science Advances, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1501513

http://www.sott.net/article/316499-Waking-supervolcano-in-North-Korea-prompts-rare-collaboration-with-Western-scientists

4/16/2016 — Large Earthquakes PUSH JAPAN 3 FEET Southwest + 9 INCH RISE ~ Dutchsinse


Large scale movement has occurred across the whole Southern portion of Japan / Kyushu due to multiple large earthquakes which struck over April 14-16, 2016.

Over 45 people are confirmed to have been killed during the Earthquakes, with well over 1,500 people injured.

Japanese officials have now confirmed that the central portion of the Southern Island has moved over 3 feet Southwest (38 inches / 97cm) , and risen over 9 inches (23cm) across the whole swarm region.

This amount of movement (happening in feet over days or less time) should cause compensation earthquake activity in areas to the Northeast and Southwest from this location in South Japan. Larger earthquakes could be on the horizon this week, as well as additional volcanic eruptions.

Here is the full post I showed in the video :

http://dutchsinse.com/4162016-whole-p…

Here is the video I put out a day ago regarding these large earthquakes in Japan:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVb1d…

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12 Apr 2016 | Sakurajima Volcano in Japan: Anomalous Lights at Base of Volcano


Note: I’ve seen anomalous lights at the base of Sakurajima before during times of heavy volcanic activity. Here they precede a volcanic eruption, I suspect it’s likely some form of electrostatic charge or  plasma activity.

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via Sakurajima volcano livestream

4/03/2016 — Amazing Eruption in South Japan at Sakurajima Volcano — Static Discharge Lightning ~ Dutchsinse


April 3, 2016

A large blast occurred overnight (April 3 2016 early AM) at Sakurajima Volcano in South Japan.

The volcanic eruption produced large flows of lava, and plumes of ash reaching multiple kilometers into the sky.

The ascending ash produced multiple impressive displays of static discharge lightning, ranging in color from blue and green, to white, purple and yellow.

The lightning is produced by friction between the hot billowing clouds of ash, and the colder moist air surrounding the volcano which resides in South Japan near the ocean.

Watch the volcano on live stream here:

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ushine-2

http://webcam-svo2.pr.kyoto-u.ac.jp/l…

3/28/16 Three MAJOR Volcanic Eruptions in 24hrs: Alaska’s Pavlof, Mexico’s Popocatepetl and Japan’s Sakurajima


Pavlof Volcano Erupts/20,000 Ft. Ash/Northern Ring of Fire
Alaska’s Pavlof Volcano Spews Ash 20,000 Feet Into Air

Alaska’s Pavlof Volcano Spews Ash 20,000 Feet Into Air
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A volcano on Alaska’s Aleutian Islands erupted Sunday afternoon and sent ash 20,000 feet into the air, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Our Website http://www.BPEarthWatch.Com
American Meteor Society, http://www.amsmeteors.org/ http://www.livemeteors.com/ http://www.spaceweatherradio.com/

Mexico’s Popocatepetl Volcano Erupts


Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano has erupted, spewing a 2,000 metre-high column of gas and ash. The last time it erupted was in 2000, and more than 40,000 people had to be evacuated from the local area.

Footage courtesy of WEBCAMSDEMEXICO.COM.

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3/28/2016 — Large eruption in South Japan at Sakurajima Volcano — HD

March 26, 2016 into March 27th (1 day ago) Just before Pavlof volcano in Alaska began erupting, a very large blast occurred at Sakurajima Volcano in South Japan, followed by several other blasts overnight.

Tourists were fairly close to the volcano when it sent off the first blast, also captured on JMA webcams (links below). Luckily for the tourists, the blasts pyroclastic flow (and ash fallout) blew in the opposite direction.

If the wind was blowing towards the tourists, this may have been an entirely different story involving injuries. It might not be too wise to be in close proximity to this active volcano.

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First the HD view from the tourists who were nearby the volcano when it erupted, followed by the JMA webcams showing the South flanks of Sakurajima.

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JMA live stream of Sakurajima:

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ushine-2

When This Boat Crew Realized What They Were Seeing, It Was Almost Too Late To Escape.


We don’t really think about it on a daily basis, but the Earth is still changing all the time. It just happens so slowly that we can’t really perceive it. But every now and then, things speed up… a lot.

Recently, the crew of the Maiken was enjoying a leisurely sail through the South Pacific when they spotted a strange discoloration on the water. They moved in closer to inspect it, but by the time they realized what it was, it was too late.

The crew of the Maiken was sailing the South Pacific when they spotted an unusual shadow.

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As they got closer, what they had taken to be a sandbar revealed itself to be something else entirely.

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A huge amount of pumice stone was floating to the surface of the water. It looked like a beach.

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They decided to get a closer look and redirected their yacht towards it.

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It looks like a beach in the middle of the ocean!

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The crew decided to sail through it, leaving a break in the stone behind them as they went.

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They wondered what could have caused this expanse of stone to suddenly appear.

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The field of pumice was getting even larger as they passed through it. The crew had an uneasy feeling and upped their speed.

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Once they were a safe distance away, they heard a faint rumbling. Looking back they saw water bubbling from the surface.

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The source of the pumice stone was an underwater volcano that was actually erupting at the time!

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They anchored to watch this tremendous event. Massive plumes of smoke filled the sky.

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As the smoke cleared, they noticed something strange just at the water’s surface…

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It was land! 

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The stunned crew couldn’t believe what they were seeing: It was the actual birth of a new island. 

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They sailed a little bit closer to see if their eyes were playing tricks on them.

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But it was real. The peaks of this new land mass were already taking form. 

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It was one of the rarest events imaginable.

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They were so lucky! Not only because they were able to witness such an impossible sight… but also because they apparently very narrowly escaped with their lives!

 

http://www.vtydknow.com/2016/02/birth-of-island/

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