So many of these long dormant volcanoes are roaring back to life
by Michael Snyder
March 1, 2017
A note from Pastor Kevin Lea follows this article.
Why are “great fountains of lava” suddenly pouring out of some of the most dangerous volcanoes on the entire planet, and why are so many long dormant volcanoes suddenly roaring back to life?
The spectacular eruption of Mt. Etna in Italy is making headlines all over the world, but it is far from alone. According to Volcano Discovery, 35 major volcanoes either are erupting right now or have just recently erupted, and dozens of others are
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Note from Pastor Kevin Lea:
Earthquakes and Volcanoes are directly related. The key to understanding the observed increase in crustal instability and volcanism is to understand how these changes can be related to deep earthquakes (greater than 220 miles down), which have also increased recently (go to USGS earthquake site, then click on setup icon at top right, then “search earthquakes catalog”, and enter 354 kilometers (220 miles) for minimum depth 900 km for maximum and compare year to year as far back as you want – If you do, you will see that a major increase has taken place starting about two years ago).
When rock melts at pressures below 220 miles (as happens whenever there is a “deep” earthquake) it shrinks rather than expands. Therefore, magma produced by earthquakes greater than 220 miles becomes denser and therefore wants to sink through faults in the mantle down towards the liquid outer core.
Magma above 220 miles is working its way up through faults to the earth’s surface (volcanoes). But as magma compresses at great depths, it causes an increase in stress all over the earth in the same way shrinkage of dirt under a house (think sinkhole) undermines its foundation.
Most deep earthquakes are along the western ring of fire, especially around the Island of Fiji (see USGS map after above query). But this inner earth shrinkage affects the entire sphere of the earth, and because this instability will someday have a runaway affect, we haven’t seen anything yet. For those wanting a detailed scientific explanation, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWUxW6B-5Ro&t=53s or google on “earthquakes 2012 update”.