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August-28-2016 Yellowstone Volcano Update

#Yellowstone  #earthquake

Slowly getting close? Will there be time to bug out? Or is it simply just a frequent small shake.


There has been several reports on August 27, 2016 . 
4.8 strikes Wyoming which is South of Yellowstone Volcano. Find out more at

http://quakes.globalincidentmap.com/


Youtuber Daboo77 quotes " This quake very well may be related to fracking. It could also set off other quake in the area. It's not a good sign to see quakes of this magnitude hitting this close to a super volcano. It could trigger other faults or even allow magma to start moving underground. Is it a Foreshock? Only time will tell at this point. I will continue to update as more happens."



On the same day Tom Lupshu reported the following "Today a 4.8 struck in Hoback Wyoming and many emails and cryptic tweets are circulating about all The Governments warning their citizens to prepare. Supposedly, Russia has moved all their Government to Deep Underground Military Bases. Does all the rapid changes at Yellowstone signal a countdown to a Supereruption? Do Governments and their scientists all over The World know something we do not?




 Watch his full report on the video below.


On August 25, 2016 Russia Woke up to a sounding alarm ? Is the Northern Hemisphere not being warned about something nuclear in the environment. Listen to Dr. William Mount report below.







June-22-2016 Cascadia Subduction Zone Prediction Trend





  June 22, 2016 Update 

Yellowstone  Volcano, Mt St.Helens and Cascadia Subduction way overdue?



June 13, 2016 Yellowstone/ Cascadia Pressure



June 6, 2016 Cascadia Rising/ Experts say "Too Quiet"



New Topics:

High Tides

http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/06/massive-waves-up-to-8-metres-high-smash.html


May 22, 2016 Update

With the rise of Mount St. Helens earthquake shakes now there is a shocking evidence about the Yellowstone National Park. Underneath the Yellowstone National Park there is an underground super volcano ready to explode this year.

The Cascadian subduction zone prediction has the whole East Coast on High Alert with newer emergency plans and exercises.



May 22, 2016 Update
Subduction Zone Earthquakes are the biggest earthquakes in the world. One continent plate sliding under the other. Seven Million people will be affected from California to Vancouver says John Shorey. They say that the warning will be in 15 minutes. Folks remember Fort McMurray Fire on May 1, 2016. The Fort McMurray Canadian fellows had 30 minutes read further on www.megatrndz.com. Megatrndz is picking up on the massive exodus trends occurring all around the world. Today over 500,000 people are doing the latest massive exodus in India due to the El Nino so "they" say! Read about it on the Big Wobble Sunday, 22 May 2016 500,000 evacuated as Cyclone Roanu smashes into Bangladesh: Death toll more than a hundred with many more missing...


On March 7, 2016 Megatrndz.com wrote last on the Cascadia Subduction Zone Prediction Trend here is what it last had to say:

A much to talk  trend is the Cascadia Subduction Zone PredictionTrend. A 72 year overdue disaster to happen. The Cascade mountains runs from North of Vancouver Island, Canada to California United States. Cascadia can make an earthquake 30 times than San Andreas. The Seismicologist predict  (2:50min) that there will be a 9.4 Quake. It will create the Juan de Fuca Plate to go under the North American Plate. This will create a huge 100 feet wave  all the way to Japan at 9:41 am. FEMA calculation states that a million of buildings and more 10,000 people will be affected. So the Pacific NorthWest is way overdue. Read more






Read Further Topic:

http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/03/is-san-andreas-fault-about-to-shift.html March 1, 2016

  http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/11/us/cascadia-subduction-zone-earthquakes/index.html?eref=rss_topstories February 13, 2016

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bf/Tectonic_plates_boundaries_detailed-en.svg

http://earth.nullschool.net/

http://www.tectonics.caltech.edu/outreach/highlights/mase/