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Earthquakes at the end of time PostFri Nov 09, 2007 5:17 pm  Reply with quote  

Narrated Hudhayfah ibn Usayd Ghifari
Allah's Apostle (peace be upon him) came to us all of a sudden as we were (busy in a discussion) He said: What do you discuss about? (the Companions) said: We are discussing about the Last Hour. Thereupon he said: It will not come until you see ten
signs before and (in this connection) he made a mention of the smoke, Dajjal, the beast, the rising of the sun from the west, the descent of Jesus son of Mary (Allah be pleased with him), The Gog and Magog, and landslides in three places, one in the east, one in the west and one in Arabia at the end of which fire would burn forth from the Yemen, and would drive people to the place of their assembly.


We all know of the one to the east. Indonesia. What could be next?


Yellowstone Is Rising on Swollen "Supervolcano"
Richard A. Lovett
for National Geographic News

November 8, 2007
Yellowstone National Park is rising. Its central region, called the Yellowstone caldera, has been moving upward since mid-2004 at a rate of up to three inches (seven centimeters) a year—more than three times faster than has ever been measured.

The surface is inflating like a bellows due to an infusion of magma about 6 miles (10 kilometers) underground, according to a new study published in tomorrow's issue of the journal Science.

But that doesn't mean Yellowstone is about to go the way of Mount St. Helens.

"There's no evidence of an imminent eruption or hydrothermal explosion," said Robert Smith, a geophysics professor at the University of Utah who co-authored the study.

Yellowstone is situated on a giant, geologically active feature known as a supervolcano.

"It's hundreds of times bigger than Mount St. Helens," Smith said, referring to the active volcano in Washington State.

(Read related story: "Supervolcano Raises Yellowstone, Fuels Geysers, Study Says" [March 1, 2006].)

Much of the park sits in a caldera, or crater, some 40 miles (70 kilometers) across, which formed when the cone of the massive volcano collapsed in a titanic eruption 640,000 years ago.

The supervolcano has produced three similarly large blasts in the past two million years, with 30 smaller eruptions since the caldera formed.

The volcano's most recent flare-up was 70,000 years ago, and volcanic heat continues to fuel the park's famous geysers and hot springs.

The land is rising because magma and hydrothermal fluids are migrating into the volcano's underground chambers, Smith explained.

"It's really kind of a sponge, where you have interlaced open spaces with magma and solid rock between. Only 10 percent [of the chambers are] actually made up of molten rock."

The current uplift was detected by global positioning system stations and radar instruments on an orbiting satellite.

Kenneth Pierce of the U.S. Geological Survey in Bozeman, Montana, has studied ancient water levels in Lake Yellowstone to track elevation changes in the underlying portions of the caldera (see a map of Yellowstone National Park).

He said the newly detected upswell is part of a natural cycle that is common to calderas.

"Since … about 14,000 years ago, the Yellowstone caldera has inflated and deflated about six to eight times without a volcanic eruption," he said.

Smith agreed. "Calderas go up and down," he said. "We use the term 'restless' to describe these systems."

But, he added, "occasionally they burp."

When the volcano might "burp" next isn't clear, because highly accurate, modern instruments have only been around for a few years, Smith explained.

"It's hard to predict what's going to happen in the future when you have such a short record," Smith said.

One thing that is certain is that the Yellowstone volcano isn't dead.

Many scientists believe the volcano is produced by a "hot spot" in the Earth's mantle, a plume of hot rock rising from hundreds of miles below.

Since the hot spot first rose 16 million years ago, it has produced at least 140 eruptions throughout the northwestern United States, Smith said.

To gauge any future volcanic activity, the park is continuously monitored by instruments associated with the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory, which is jointly administered by the University of Utah, the U.S. Geological Survey, and Yellowstone National Park, he added.

"These provide information of public safety, daily [and] in real time."
"Hikow mamtaqiym wkulow mahamadiym zeh dowdiy wzeh ree`iy bnowt yruushaalaaim."
Song of Solomon 5:16, Hebrew original.
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Finally! PostSat Nov 10, 2007 7:17 am  Reply with quote  

Revelation 6:12

And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood

Revelation 11:13

And the same hour was there a great earthquake, and the tenth part of the city fell, and in the earthquake were slain of men seven thousand: and the remnant were affrighted, and gave glory to the God of heaven.

Notice the verse numbers....
“To the last, I grapple with thee; From Hell's heart, I stab at thee; For hate's sake, I spit my last breath at thee”
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