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   Strategies & Market TrendsTaking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment


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From: Woody9/22/2021 7:42:04 PM
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OT, shamelessly stolen from a nutter site and a little political but it's damn funny. Anyone have hammer .. lol.


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To: Doug R who wrote (5071)9/23/2021 3:52:28 AM
From: Litore Lapis
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Just looking at the La Palma volcano.

It's doesn't look like the situation is stable yet. One of the data series I have been looking is the swelling of the landmass, addressed as "uplift". This is the data I have found so far.

Data obtaibed from these reports.

volcanodiscovery.com
Tues 14 Sept 1.5 cm
Sat, 18 Sep 2021, 16:06 10 cm
Sun, 19 Sep 2021, 13:03 Intense seismic activity, uplift reaches 15 cm
Weds 21 Sep 2021 30 cm



Nice video of the Earthquake locations



Seismographs

You can select the language

Instituto Geográfico Nacional (ign.es)


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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (5076)9/23/2021 11:11:49 AM
From: Doug R
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Thank you.
I'm watching a "wild card".
An incoming asteroid.
When it passes over the location and the influence shifts from a "push" to a "pull"...something could give.
It's today.

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To: Doug R who wrote (5077)9/23/2021 2:06:09 PM
From: Litore Lapis
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Just understanding these maps now.

The uplift is typically highy localised, but there are smaller regional changes too

There is a sign that the localised uplift now has gone negative and we are back to 20 cm inflation.

There are slight colour changes to the whole island. Also noted there is seismic activity on the other Canary islands too.

21st September

ign.es



22nd September

PA_INS_dis_06_169.png (2117×1437) (ign.es)


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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (5078)9/23/2021 2:08:56 PM
From: Doug R
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There's also a tropical storm system in the area and the Sun's tossing out M-class flares.
Radio blackout surge from one flare centered on the area as well.
Lots of things lining up.
A coronal hole stream is due soon.

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To: Doug R who wrote (5079)9/23/2021 2:19:20 PM
From: Litore Lapis
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Here is a kool 3D map with the seismic activity marked.

Erupción en la isla de La Palma (Canarias) (arcgis.com)

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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (5080)9/23/2021 2:23:18 PM
From: Doug R
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webcam.io

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To: Doug R who wrote (5081)9/23/2021 2:35:44 PM
From: Litore Lapis
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It's good to amateur radio comms are still active these days. Those paths will be typically morse right? or can voice coms go that far?

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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (5082)9/23/2021 3:05:43 PM
From: Doug R
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Short wave radio is affected. Some ground coms if strong enough.

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To: Doug R who wrote (5083)9/23/2021 7:27:43 PM
From: Litore Lapis
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Impressive shockwave and sound blast. You can see it behind the plume.



People are whining about losing their homes, all that can be compensated for for about half a weeks government corruption costs. They will be compensated. There are bigger concerns imho.

Those 3D minor eruptions could be the prelude to the launch of a new ship, just like the supports are knocked away, but in this case a landside.

The other issue is a pyroclastic flow. . Not a possibility mentioned in any news sources covering La Palma, but as the eruptions get more cantankerous, smokey and unpredictable, it becomes more likely.

Frankly, if I lived there I would choose this time to go on a long vacation away from the Island until whatever is going to happen (or not), is over.

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