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ALERT - Caldera Toba and/or Taal is in threat to explode
« on: October 08, 2009, 07:43:34 AM »

The recent two deep earthquakes near the Philippines are really alarming. Especially since the second one in the same location. The odds of these two quakes being seperate from each other are near zero. So, what is going on? Is there a large body of thick molten magma rising with the consitency of soft plastic? Could very well be just that as typical friction and tension quakes do not occur at that depth, not even close.

Today there was a 6.7 at 582.8 km deep. Same place as the 630.5 km quake on the 4th 3 days ago.

It is the same location. So lets figure this. If there is something happening and is coming towards the surface, it travelled exactly 630.5km to 582.8km with a difference of 47.7km. The dates were October 4th 2009 10:58UTC and October 7th 2009 21:45UTC with a difference of 82 hours and 47 minutes.

So far the travel speed is 0.576 Km/hr.

At this rate, the event might reach the surface in 1,011 hours or at about 42 days. The date is November 18th 2009.

It may be a few days ahead or a few days behind but if anything is travelling towards the surface, it would be catastrophic. Real Global Doom everyone.

I do not support craaazy GLP babble predictions as there are millions of them. But this date has facts behind it. I may be wrong, I'de rather be wrong but the details show us something deep and deadly rising.

There is a caldera in the general area where the series of deep tremors are. It is called Taal Caldera. There is a volcano in the lake but the lake itself is the caldera. So it is a volcano inside a volcano.

Taal's last major eruptions were between 50,000-100,000 years ago. Four caldera explosions during that time frame.

In June/July of 2009 the area has been put on Alert Level 1 due to increasing activity.

Professor Ray Cas of Monash University School of Geosciences stated Lake Toba is in threat of eruption after the massive Sumatra Earthquake that triggered the deadly tsunami.

Earthquakes above 7.0 Mag can hasten a caldera's explosion. Each quake above 7.0 makes the explosion sooner then later.

The series of deep quakes are indicative of renewed activity which is most likely associated with either Toba and/or Taal.

Either one erupted would kill everything with in 1,000km and produce a tsunami over 560m high. It would release about 1,000 cubic kilometers of ash and rock debris blocking sunlight globally.

Tobas last massive eruption left only 10,000 Homo Sapiens on the planet. Known as the genetic bottle neck in Africa. ... 895375/pg1

Something is going to happen, but what?

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