5.3 Quake in Yellowstone

The ANF map shows it.

YSquake123

5.3 mb =  “body-wave magnitude (Mb)” says USGS glossary.

The ANF map says it happened about 2 minutes after this 5.6 Oregon coast quake –

LAT  |  LONG   | M   |  Depth (KM)  |   TIME           |   PLACE    

44.9890    -110.0387    5.3 mb    15    04:00:36 Jan. 23rd, 2015 UTC    Yellowstone Region, Wyoming
43.2263    -129.9283    5.6 mb    15    03:58:21 Jan. 23rd, 2015 UTC    Off Coast Of Oregon, California – Nevada Region

 Montana seismic monitors

Super ODD quake pattern at Butte, Montana.

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Yellowstone Jitters – Bison Migrate (as per usual – or not)

LINK – http://youtu.be/bon4Hi43S3o

Raw Video: Bison exiting Yellowstone National Park

GREAT FALLS — Mark Demaline shared this video of bison walking out of Yellowstone National Park.
He recorded the video on January 14th, 2015.

LINK – http://youtu.be/XjwkkpXYaxs

LINK – http://youtu.be/9R9e_pohrGw

What made this happen? Montana – Oil pipeline break is under Yellowstone River (scroll down to Alaska quake post comments for some more on the oil spill and pollution from if)

NOTE – Yellowstone super volcano is on the Doomsday Preppers‘ Disaster Map (now on the sidebar in the Prep section)

5.8 Alaska Quake – Many Aftershocks

PLANETARY TREMORS: Strong 5.8 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Remote Aleutian Island Area! [MAPS + TECTONIC SUMMARY]

USGS Report

Recently we posted news about theories that say Alaska events are connected to Yellowstone. Scroll down to see…

TUESDAY

4.0 Alaska quake (has map)  Recent Alaska quakes MAP

A LOT of aftershocks:


Local Time Magnitude Region
04:34 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 2.76 ML in the Unimak Island region of Alaska
04:18 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 Unknown CENTRAL ALASKA
03:33 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 1.31 ML in the central region of Alaska
03:15 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
03:06 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 0.27 ML in the central region of Alaska
02:33 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
02:15 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
01:58 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 Unknown in the east-central region of Alaska
01:39 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 Unknown in southeastern Alaska
01:21 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 1.02 ML in the central region of Alaska
01:17 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 2.39 ML in southeastern Alaska
01:06 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 1.37 ML in the central region of Alaska
12:57 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 1.25 ML in the central region of Alaska
12:35 AM AKST Tuesday January 20th, 2015 Unknown in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
11:58 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 0.52 ML in the central region of Alaska
10:49 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the Kenai Peninsula region of Alaska
10:45 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the north-central region of Alaska
10:09 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.96 ML in the east-central region of Alaska
09:19 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.48 ML in the Yakutat Bay region of Alaska
08:52 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
08:30 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.72 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
08:27 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.69 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
08:07 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.52 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
07:40 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.22 ML in the Yakutat Bay region of Alaska
07:00 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
06:59 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
06:50 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.12 ML in the central region of Alaska
06:46 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
06:42 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.47 ML in the central region of Alaska
06:41 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.65 ML in the central region of Alaska
06:24 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 0.97 ML in the central region of Alaska
05:07 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.48 ML in the Yakutat Bay region of Alaska
04:57 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.38 ML in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska
04:26 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
04:26 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.60 ML in the central region of Alaska
04:24 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.42 ML NORTHERN ALASKA
04:17 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.25 ML in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska
04:17 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the Kodiak Island region of Alaska
03:10 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.52 ML in the central region of Alaska
03:00 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.39 ML in the central region of Alaska
02:29 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.97 ML in the central region of Alaska
02:21 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.14 ML in the central region of Alaska
01:52 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.98 ML in the central region of Alaska
01:22 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 0.61 ML in the central region of Alaska
01:16 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.31 ML in southeastern Alaska
01:15 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.67 ML in the central region of Alaska
01:04 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.73 ML in the Alaska Peninsula region of Alaska
12:44 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.10 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
12:30 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the east-central region of Alaska
12:10 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
12:09 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
12:06 PM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
11:54 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 0.66 ML in the central region of Alaska
11:51 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 0.93 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
11:34 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.40 ML in the central region of Alaska
11:22 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.73 ML in the Yakutat Bay region of Alaska
11:19 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.55 ML in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska
11:15 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.14 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
11:11 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.56 ML in the central region of Alaska
10:56 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
10:38 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.30 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
10:19 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.29 ML in the central region of Alaska
10:01 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 0.74 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
09:44 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.75 ML in the central region of Alaska
09:33 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.58 ML in the Yakutat Bay region of Alaska
09:08 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.74 ML in the central region of Alaska
09:01 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.23 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
08:59 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
08:56 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.06 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
08:43 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
08:36 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.46 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
08:35 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.05 ML in the Unimak Island region of Alaska
08:31 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.23 ML in the central region of Alaska
07:46 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 0.82 ML NORTHERN ALASKA
07:43 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 0.56 ML in the central region of Alaska
07:24 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the central region of Alaska
07:04 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.45 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
06:35 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.48 ML NORTHERN ALASKA
06:32 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
06:01 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.09 ML in the central region of Alaska
05:41 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 0.68 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
05:16 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.50 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
04:15 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
03:22 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the Cape Yakataga region of Alaska
02:49 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.29 ML in the central region of Alaska
02:40 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.55 ML in the central region of Alaska
01:58 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.14 ML in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska
01:48 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.50 ML in the central region of Alaska
01:36 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 4.02 ML in the central region of Alaska
01:09 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.28 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
12:48 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 Unknown in the Kenai Peninsula region of Alaska
12:42 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 2.08 ML in the Andreanof Islands region of Alaska
12:32 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.45 ML in the Fox Islands region of Alaska
12:25 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.16 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
12:17 AM AKST Monday January 19th, 2015 1.37 ML in the central region of Alaska

Those Loud Booms and Earth’s Core

LINK – http://youtu.be/6BFS7oV7uvA

– Yellowstone mentioned after 27 min. mark –

Video description: “Swarms of thousands of earth quakes happening around the world, birds dying in mass…now a reporter is telling of a government whistle-blower that is saying there is something wrong with the Earth’s Core”

News

Jan. 5 – Idaho suffers millions in property damage following earthquake

Jan. 6 – Mary Greeley – Yellowstone Super Volcano: USGS Lies – Ground Melt

LINK – http://youtu.be/kVEVCatc3IQ

Jan. 7 –

LINK – http://youtu.be/Om3AyXr0mD8

Jan. 10 – Yellowstone Super Volcano Report –Ground Melt Continues

LINK – http://youtu.be/xaLRg5mjTY4

LIVE DATA:  CA. & Nev. quakes

Zero HedgeApocalypse When? A Visual Guide To Doomsday Possibilities < click the graphic for full size

4.9M Idaho Earthquake + Idaho-Yellowstone Quake Connection + Extra

Idaho earthquake causes rock slides, damages property < near Challis

Challis quake ‘gave us a good shake’
The magnitude 4.9 temblor Saturday was felt in Boise

From Dec. 28 – Series of Idaho earthquakes puzzling to scientists

“The latest earthquake swarm in central Idaho could help scientists better understand quake belts extending from Yellowstone National Park.”

“. . . The park is well-known as a geologic hotspot, sitting atop magma. But scientists said that doesn’t explain the earthquake swarms in Idaho.

It clearly is somehow related,” Stickney said. “I’m not blaming the belts on Yellowstone, but the fact that they extend into and out of Yellowstone is not a coincidence.” . . . “

Jan. 4 – 3.6 quake near Challis (has map)  and 4.0 quake nearby

Sent in – a 6 page document, The Magma Reservoirs That Feed Supereruptions 

MagmaRes

CLICK ON IMAGE FOR FULL SIZE

ALSO –

Strange Sounds – Unexplained Loud Booms Are Escalating Across The USA in January 2015 And Nobody Knows Why!

LINK – http://youtu.be/AucNknsauBE