It Has Begun, But Far From Over
Mitch Battros - Earth Changes
Early this morning, two large earthquakes hit Japan. The first was a mag. 6.0 followed by a 6.2. The first quake struck just off the coast near the nuclear power plant damaged by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
It hit about 465 miles (750 kilometers) northeast of Tokyo and 19 miles (30 kilometers) below the sea surface. The agency did not issue a tsunami warning.
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Canary Islands 'Swarm' Reaching 4+ Magnitudes
Canary Islands El Hierro volcano has an increased area of upwelling muddy water and discoloration of seawater. The new volcanic cone is now roughly 100 meters high and located at 200 meters in depth. At this time, scientists believe the eruption is not likely to form an island.
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The area of upwelling water above the new submarine vent(s) which sits approx. 1 km off the south coast near La Restinga has increased. Muddy water and sometimes foam are visible at the spot, forming larger and smaller circular areas surrounded by greenish water drifting west. The activity occurs in irregular intervals of typically 20-40 minutes.
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