3/30/2015 — Pisgah VOLCANO in California shows major movement — 4.0 Magnitude earthquake

Pisgah Crater California, an area my long time viewers know about all too well…….. just experienced a 4.0M earthquake very close to the actual crater complex.

A 4.0 magnitude earthquake at a dormant volcano is certainly something worth noting — especially in light of the OTHER dormant volcanic activity yesterday which occurred in California, and Nevada.

Here is the media making fun of me in 2011 openly — for noting large plumes from Pisgah volcano appearing on RADAR.  Nevermind the plumes they said, they said the plumes were THUNDERSTORMS.  After the media blamed thunderstorms for the obvious plume coming from the volcano — the Marine base Senior Public relations officer (commander?) from 29 palms military base literally contacted me and told me they were explosions on the marine base — asked me to take my videos down!!!!!!!

 

4.0m earthquake pisgah crater march 30 2015


Yesterday, March 29 2015, a series of smaller earthquake struck TWO dormant volcanoes in California, and Nevada.

Mammoth Mountain volcano experienced a 2.9M earthquake, and Twin Buttes (volcanic buttes) in Nevada also experienced a 2.9M earthquake.

Followed today by a 4.0 Magnitude at Pisgah craters means things are really on the move – seismically speaking.


Information on the 4.0M event from the USGS:

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/ci37352384#scientific_summary

 

Scientific – Summary

Origin

Magnitude / uncertainty 4.0 ml± 0.3
Location / uncertainty 34.792°N 116.263°W± 0.1 km
Depth / uncertainty 2.5 km± 0.5
Origin Time
Number of Stations 41
Number of Phases 50
Minimum Distance 7.85 km (0.07°)
Travel Time Residual 0.13 sec
Azimuthal Gap 61°
FE Region Southern California (43)

 

3/29/2015 — 7.7M (7.5 magnitude) earthquake strikes Papua New Guinea — Tsunami warning issued

You were all warned this was coming.

multiple large earthquakes march 30 2015
Above: Past 24 hours of earthquakes 5.5M and greater in the West Pacific.

 

If you’re a viewer of mine that logged in over the past 2-3 days who did NOT get the warnings posted in your feed, it is because youtube and facebook deliberately stopped you from getting notification of the warning.

I’ve literally been fighting censorship on the volcano and earthquake posts I’ve been making.

They tried to stop you all from knowing unrest is occurring, and now when the big one hits, the people are not prepared due to ignorance that anything was building up in the first place.

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us10001rvu#general_summary

7.5 m earthquake march 29 2015


Warning for West Pacific earthquake activity issued here (this morning March 29):

Warning for West Pacific earthquake activity issued here (March 28th):

 

Warning issued here March 28th: https://www.facebook.com/DutchsinseOfficial/posts/910492849003140

 


USGS information on the 7.5 Magnitude earthquake:

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us10001rvu#general_summary

Tsunami Warning Center

Scientific – Summary

Origin

Magnitude 7.5 mww
Location / uncertainty 4.760°S 152.556°E± 7.0 km
Depth / uncertainty 40.0 km± 1.8
Origin Time
Number of Stations
Number of Phases 258
Minimum Distance 76.36 km (0.69°)
Travel Time Residual 0.97 sec
Azimuthal Gap 21°
FE Region New Britain region, Papua New Guinea (192)

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us10001ryu#general_summary

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us10001ryq#general_summary


3/29/2015 — Dormant Volcano in California shows Earthquake activity — 2.9 Magnitude @ Mammoth Mountain

Earlier today (March 29, 2015) a dormant volcanic butte in Eastern Nevada experienced a 2.9 magnitude earthquake.

Move forward a few hours, we see ANOTHER 2.9 magnitude earthquake has struck a different dormant volcano — this time in central Eastern California, near Mammoth Lakes / Mammoth Mountain volcano.

dormant volcano california march 29 2015 earthquake


The earlier 2.9M earthquake (in Nevada) occurred at “Twin Buttes”, this newest 2.9M earthquake in California occurred at Mammoth Mountain.  No record or posting can be found online regarding these “Twin Buttes” in Nevada — however, Mammoth Mountain is very well known.


From the USGS:

Geologic history of Mammoth Mountain

East-facing slope of Mammoth Mountain, California.<br />
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East-facing slope of Mammoth Mountain, California.

“Mammoth Mountain straddles the southwest rim of Long Valley Caldera. It is the largest post-caldera volcanic cone in the Long Valley area.

Mammoth Mountain was built by a series of approximately 25 separate eruptive episodes between 110,000 and 57,000 years ago. The eruptions were fed by a magma body located somewhere beneath the mountain and has a source separate from the magma body beneath Long Valley caldera.

During the time interval when Mammoth Mountain was active, a series of effusive (Hawaiian type) eruptions from vents in the west moat of the Long Valley caldera fed fluid, basaltic lava flows that covered the west moat. These lavas flowed around the caldera’s resurgent dome into the north and south moat.”

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Both the Twin Buttes, and Mammoth mountain are part of the Western edge of the deformed craton, which is under tremendous seismic stress (coming from the Pacific Northwest).  The ancient magma chambers are being displaced along with multiple oil / gas drilling operations.

Any type of deep earth shaft, underground chamber, or ancient lava tube in these regions is prone for movement due to the pressures placed on the craton edge coming from a “new” direction.

craton earthquakes march 26 2015
Past several days of earthquakes shows excessive movement upon the edge of the craton at dormant volcanoes, and fracking / oil operations.

Information on the Mammoth Mountain 2.9 Magnitude earthquake from the USGS:

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/nc72419800#scientific_summary

 

Scientific – Summary

Origin

Magnitude / uncertainty 2.9 ml± 0.5
Location / uncertainty 37.561°N 118.861°W± 0.2 km
Depth / uncertainty 6.8 km± 0.5
Origin Time
Number of Stations 28
Number of Phases 27
Minimum Distance 4.25 km (0.04°)
Travel Time Residual 0.02 sec
Azimuthal Gap 99°
FE Region Central California (40)