3/25/2012 — 7.2 magnitude earthquake — Chile / Andes Mountains

watch the short video update here:


screenshot from earthquake3d 3/25/2012:

Another large earthquake has struck.. making this a VERY busy past 5 days… since the Mexico 7.9M on 3/20/2012 — things have been in a noticeable state of unrest globally.

Be aware now.. west coast USA, possibly new madrid seismic zone… also another possibility Puerto Rico — as well as Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, and Alaska.

ALL the above named areas are primed and ready (and also overdue) for another sizable earthquake in the near term… for west coast .. it could mean at least a 6.0M somewhere from Baja north to Mono Lake.. then northwest off the coast of Oregon .. further northeast from that point towards Vancouver Island BC…

For the midwest… Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois ….. New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ)… adjacent areas may see 5.0M+ .. such as east coast (virginia).. and out west in Colorado/New Mexico/Utah/Nevada/Wyoming.

Recent areas such as Wisconsin (booming sounds) and Plume areas in the midwest and southwest (MO, AR, KS, OK, UT, NM)… also be alert for possible smaller but noticeable movement .



Magnitude 7.2 – MAULE, CHILE

2012 March 25 22:37:06 UTC

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Earthquake Details

  • This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
Magnitude 7.2
Location 35.198°S, 71.783°W
Depth 30 km (18.6 miles)
Distances 27 km (16 miles) NNW of Talca, Maule, Chile
55 km (34 miles) WSW of Curico, Maule, Chile
99 km (61 miles) NNE of Cauquenes, Maule, Chile
219 km (136 miles) SSW of SANTIAGO, Region Metropolitana, Chile

last two weeks of 5.0M and greater earthquakes around the pacific ring of fire:  uptick/unrest showing:


links below for monitoring earthquakes worldwide:

Volcano webcams:Yellowstone park geyser webcams: http://www.nps.gov/yell/photosmultimedia/webcams.htm

Japanese Mount Fuji Webcams:



Japanese Sakurajima Volcano webcams: http://webcam-svo2.pr.kyoto-u.ac.jp/local/camera.html 

Sakurajima official youtube page: http://www.youtube.com/cubhf137

Cascades Pacific Northwest webcams: http://www.skimountaineer.com/CascadeSki/CascadeWebCams.php?weather=true

Mount St. Helens webcams: http://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/volcanocams/msh/

All the known volcano webcams of the world (Italy, Russia, Iceland, South/Central America, Spain and several other locations) : http://bigthink.com/ideas/26619


United States earthquake sources:

List of US  seismographs : http://www.ceri.memphis.edu/seismic/heli/index.html

Arkansas seismic network: http://www.geology.ar.gov/geohazards/ark_seismic_network.htm

map of New Madrid Seismic Zone seismograph locations (interactive): http://www.ceri.memphis.edu/seismic/stations/nmsz.html

Midwest USA seismographs:









USGS netquakes site live :



New Madrid seismic zone (NMSZ information): http://www.showme.net/~fkeller/quake/maps.htm

Pacific Northwest Seismic Network :



Official USGS earthquake site: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/

USGS live internet seismic server: http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/heli2.shtml

USGS full index of seismographs : http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/telemetry_data/

California seismographs:



USGS ANSS seismograph backbone:



USGS weekly volcanism report: http://www.volcano.si.edu/reports/usgs/

USGS Hawaii data clearinghouse: http://hawaii.wr.usgs.gov/

USGS Hawaii earthquakes : http://tux.wr.usgs.gov/

Alaska Volcano observatory: http://www.avo.alaska.edu/

Mount Baker (pacific northwest): http://mbvrc.wwu.edu/index.shtml

West Coast / Alaska Tsunami warning center: http://wcatwc.arh.noaa.gov/events/eventmap.php

Pacific Tsunami Warning center: http://ptwc.weather.gov/

National Data Buoy Center (monitor buoys for wave activity): http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/

Pacific  Basin Information node: http://www.nbii.gov/portal/server.pt?open=512&objID=240&mode=2&in_hi_userid=2&cached=true

East coast (columbia college) seismographs: http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/cgi-bin/LCSN/WebSeis/24hr_heli.pl?id=

Yellowstone supervolcano seismographs: http://www.isthisthingon.org/Yellowstone/daythumbs.php

Montana .edu / yellowstone seismographs: http://mbmgquake.mtech.edu/earthworm/wavef_disp/current/welcome.html

University of Utah yellowstone seismographs: http://www.quake.utah.edu/helicorder/


Rest of the world (always updating with more):

Mexico seismographs: http://www.ssn.unam.mx/

Belgium seismographs: http://seismologie.oma.be/index.php?LANG=NL&LEVEL=210

Philippines earthquakes and volcanic activity: http://www.phivolcs.dost.gov.ph/

Swiss seismology: http://www.seismo.ethz.ch/index

Canadian seismographs:





Russian seismographs: http://www.ceme.gsras.ru/ccd.htm

Japanese seismographs: http://www.gsi.go.jp/ENGLISH/index.html

Thailand seismicity / seismographs : http://www.seismology.tmd.go.th/en/index.php

Australian seismographs:



Netherlands seismographs: http://www.knmi.nl/seismologie/aardbevingen-nederland.html

New Zealand seismographs: http://quake.crowe.co.nz/Mobile/

Iceland seismographs: http://en.vedur.is/earthquakes-and-volcanism/earthquakes/

England / UK seismographs: http://www.earthquakes.bgs.ac.uk/helicorder/heli.html

Italy seismographs: http://cnt.rm.ingv.it

Taiwain  earthquake information: http://www.cwb.gov.tw/V6e/index.htm

EMSC European Mediterranean earthquake agency map/index :




Spanish (El Hierro Canary islands) seismographs: http://www.01.ign.es/ign/head/volcaSenalesAnterioresDia.do?nombreFichero=CHIE_2011-11-03&ver=s&estacion=CHIE&Anio=2011&Mes=11&Dia=03&tipo=2

Indonesia seismographs: http://aeic.bmg.go.id/


Global links for earthquake monitoring:

Monitor earths rotation: http://hpiers.obspm.fr/ 

COSMOS earthquake data global list: http://db.cosmos-eq.org/scripts/earthquakes.plx

Download the free version of earthquake3D: http://download.cnet.com/Earthquake-3D/3000-2054_4-10395116.html

Global IRIS earthquake browser: http://www.iris.edu/servlet/eventserver/map.do

Global earthquake mashup of EMSC, USGS, GFZ : http://www.oe-files.de/gmaps/eqmashup.html

Topographic maps of the USA and Canada: http://www.topozone.com/

intellicast (turn on earthquake view): http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMapFull.aspx

Global Incident Map: http://www.globalincidentmap.com/

RSOE EDIS global incident map : http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/

3/24/2012 — Be AWARE ! East Coast Tornadoes , Severe weather FL, GA, SC, NC, VA, MD

watch the video alert here:


screenshot from intellicast 3/24/2012 600 pm CDT:

From Central Florida (near tampa).. north along the east coast states.. Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland … currently under severe weather watches/warnings … strong storms are breaking out (have been breaking out)…. tornadoes , damaging winds, and large hail.  Be aware AND ALERT in these storms.. possible tornadoes may pop off at any time in the states experiencing this current severe outbreak.


close up of the most severe area — Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina screenshot at 615pm CDT 3/24/2012:

HAVE THAT SEVERE WEATHER PLAN READY JUST IN CASE !  Food, water, transportation, communication, self defense, and of course.. personal shelter of some kind.

Several large population centers lie in the path of these strong cells.  Take heed ANY warnings issued for your area…. and feel free to use the link below to dozens of weather monitoring sites to stay up to speed realtime on this situation.


3/24/2012 — Volcanic plume erupts from New Mexico DORMANT volcano

watch the video update here:


Carrizozo lavic fields — New Mexico .

Starting yesterday afternoon (3/23/2012) going into sunset … a plume of some sort erupted from VERY close (13 miles) to the Carrizozo Lavic/Volcanic fields.  Coordinates of the plume epicenter/origin point…  33°48’50.13″N , 106° 4’55.15″W

For sure it is NOT a fire (pictures show DIRT and DESERT).. NOT a dust devil (too big and stay stationary at origin point) .. NOT a thunderstorm (clear day / plume comes from ground source) .. NOT military target practice (public area).

screenshots from College of Dupage Weather Center : http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/index.php  view the 1km VISIBLE Satellite view (3/23/2012 going into sunset).

If its not a fire, dust devil, military test, or weather… then…. What does that leave us?


1. It erupts very close to a dormant volcano

2. There are no forests to burn and pictures actually show straight DIRT and DESERT

3. Clear day, no storms or even cloud cover

4. Point of origin from single point on the ground

5. Not military testing (public area)

6. Erupts in the afternoon into sunset like ALL THE OTHERS

Im not going to give a long drawn out explanation.. at this point.. people should know by now where I stand on this whole matter.

Simply put, we are witnessing a venting of some sort coming from a dormant volcano —- this is due to the EXTREME pressure on the north American Craton (laurentia) .  We are seeing activity across the board.. strange rumbles in the middle of the craton (wisconsin).. and steam venting at OTHER dormant volcanic spots along the edge of the plate (link to videos covering previous plume events is below).

I say across the board literally.. from the west coast to the east coast.. earthquakes at dormant volcanoes, reports of rumbles and strange odors from near dormant volcanoes/deep earth fracking sites.

It should be obvious by now.  The north american plate is in a REAL state of unrest — we are seeing the signs of heavy movement… for instance.. see the my video below about yellowstone having some very strange signatures.. and also I speak about the Wisconsin rumbles..


More on Carrizozo lavic fields here:


Carrizozo volcano

cinder cones 1731 m / 5,679 ft
New Mexico, Canada and USA (mainland), 33.78°N / -105.93°W
Current status: dormant
Typical eruption style: effusive
Carrizozo volcano eruptions: 3250 BC ± 500 years

The massive Carrizozo lava flow is one of Earth’s longest known lava flows that were erupted in the past 10,000 years. The basalt flow is 50 m thick, 75 km long, 1-5 km wide and was mainly fed by lava tubes.


The vent of the Carrizozo lava flow is a broad low basaltic shield on the floor of the Tularosa Basin, east of the Rio Grande Rift, topped by Little Black Peak, a small cinder cone with 3 nested craters and a frozen lava lake.
The flow reached a length of 75 km extending into the Tularosa Basin of south-central New Mexico. Its total volume is estimated 4.3 cubic km.
It is similar to the presently active lava flow field of Kilauea volcano on Hawai’i, and believed to have been produced by a persistent single eruption that might have lasted a few decades.
A surface exposure age of about 5200 years Before Present was obtained for the Carrizozo lava flow, the second youngest in New Mexico. An older lava flow traveled 16 km south and 11 km east from Broken Back crater.

Source: GVP Carrizozo volcano information

If you’re new to the subject, and want to get up to speed on this development.. please start here:


And read these:

All of my previous midwest/west coast/ east coast/south usa plume events:


All of my previous videos on Nuclear Facility earthquakes:


All of my previous posts on the north american Craton pressure: