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PostSubject: Long Valley Caldera & Yellowstone connections with recent news   Sun Jul 16, 2017 3:23 pm

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Published on Jul 14, 2017
In the last three days a swarm of small earthquakes started in Long Valley Caldera just East of Mammoth Mountain. This activity follows on a seismic uptick in the USA that started in June.

Three planetary alignments occur on the 15th and 16th raising the possibility of magnitude 6+ seismic activity between the 15th and 18th.

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