Iceland's Hekla Volcano Could Blow Soon, Claims Scientist

Prophecy Sign:  Earthquakes and Volcanoes in diverse regions of the earth

Therefore I will make the heavens tremble; and the earth will shake from its place at the wrath of the LORD Almighty, in the day of his burning anger. Isaiah 13:13 NIV

Iceland's Hekla Volcano Could Blow Soon, Claims Scientist
Hekla volcano, one of Iceland's most active volcanoes, could be close to erupting, a University of Iceland geoscientist claims. The most prominent sign of an impending eruption is bulging ground on the northern side of the volcano. This surface swelling indicates magma (molten rock) is rising under the volcano, pushing up the ground as it fills fractures and pipes beneath Hekla. According to GPS monitoring of the expanding surface, there is now more magma underneath Hekla than before the volcano's last eruption in 2000, University of Iceland geophysicist Páll Einarsson said in a report published in the Icelandic newspaper Morgunblaðið yesterday (March 17). Hekla volcano "could erupt soon," Einarsson said.

Los Angeles earthquake a prelude to something bigger?
Last Monday, a 6.8-magnitude earthquake rattled northern California, followed by 24 aftershocks. One week later, a much smaller tremor, with a magnitude of 4.4, shook Los Angeles. That quake was centered about six miles north-northwest of Westwood,Calif., reports Reuters. Some aftershocks followed, with the biggest one having a magnitude of 2.7. Are these quakes a precursor to a big one? Well, there is “always the possibility that it’s a foreshock,” Robert Graves, seismologist with US Geological Survey, told LA Times. He added, "We’re continuing to analyze the data, but at this point, this seems to be what I would call a rather typical earthquake."


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