Me either, I just happened to run into it.
A series of large earthquake has occurred (and is still occurring) in South Japan.
The earthquakes so far topped out at M7.1, with swarms of M5.0 to M6.0 range “aftershocks” spreading out across the region to nearby adjacent volcanic locations.
Make note of the “line” or progression of earthquakes which shows over the past three days since the original M6.5 earthquake struck.
During this widespread swarm of large earthquakes, Mount Aso (located towards the center of all the activity) sent off a new blast.
Japanese news covered the eruption at the nearby volcano, but most international media outlets are lagging behind by at least a day in reporting events.
It is troubling to see that the whole series of earthquakes kicked off with a M6.5 near a long dormant Volcano named Kumano-Dake, then spreading Northeast to Mount Aso Volcano, then spreading further Northeast to Yufu-Tsurumi Volcano.
The spreading of earthquakes to adjacent areas was something we were watching for.
See the video report on Japan here:
The line of earthquakes across the whole interior of the South island of Japan / Kyushu is pointing towards further large movement in nearby adjacent areas in the near term.
Additionally, the threat of new volcanic eruptions coming from other nearby volcanoes is a real possibility over the next several days.
1 06 2016
Details: RSOE Report | Map
It is near Kerinci volcano. About 60 miles away.
NO TSUNAMI – says the region website.
“tidak berpotensi TSUNAMI” means “no potential TSUNAMI“
Down in Central America – Peru is going off!
The volcanoes on the maps are not active ones. The big one everyone’s watching in up north in Costa Rica. The Turrialba volcano.
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Hola! When the drone ranger says bad things are going to happen, it gets my attention.
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