Published on Jan 18, 2016 by BPEarthWatch
Magma Being Fed To Mt HOOD, An ocean data buoy is alerting to an “event” in the Cascadia Subduction Zone off the west coast of Oregon. This is where a magnitude 9 earthquake hit in 1700.
According to the data buoy, the water column height (depth) fell sharply within minutes off the coast of Oregon, signaling the land beneath the ocean has suddenly “sunk.” Here are the graphs showing what the ocean data buoy recorded: There is a magma tunnel leading directly from the Cascadia Subduction Zone straight up into Mount Hood! As the Juan de Fuca tectonic plate is being crushed (right now) it is melting into magma (lava). Whether or not there is enough magma to cause Mount Hood to erupt is unknown.
4 thoughts on “Cascadia Subduction Zone Drops 4 Feet/Mt.HOOD Watch.”
what about nuclear power plants? No mention.
How many ways can you say “TOAST”
I gotta subduction zone for ya.
It’s usually only about 1′ in the morning when I take a freezing sh!t.
But I’d keep an eye on the WA and OR coast the next week.
Let’s see if there’s any equal and opposite reaction.