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PostSubject: SPRING'S 5-26-2018 = Kilauea Entering a Permanent State of Eruption & US Threatens Syria With "Firm And Appropriate Measures"    Sat May 26, 2018 7:06 pm

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PostSubject: Tsunami Risk Rises- Kilauea Entering a Permanent State of Eruption   Sat May 26, 2018 7:24 pm

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Tsunami Risk Rises- Kilauea Entering a Permanent State of Eruption

Things on the big Island of Hawaii have gone from bad to worse. However, as I reported three weeks ago, this is not an local problem as I published strong indicators that the entire South Pacific region was in danger and that danger would extend to the West Coast of the United States.

Kilauea Has Gone “Permanently” Active

Ten hours ago, the Guardian reported the following:

Magma spewed from 100ft (30-metre) cinder cones and formed elevated ponds of molten rock that were expected to soon overflow and stream into the next rows of homes – Kahukai and Mohala streets. Firefighters went door to door evacuating residents before the lava arrived.

“It’s this tide of lava that rises up and overflows itself on the edges and keeps rising and progressing forward,” US Geological Survey geologist Wendy Stovall said.

About 37 structures are already “lava locked”, meaning homes are inaccessible, and people who do not evacuate may be trapped.

“Any residents remaining in the current affected areas should evacuate now,” Hawaii County Civil Defense said in an alert.

Magma is draining underground from a sinking lava lake at Kilauea’s 4,091ft (1,247-metre) summit before flowing about 25 miles (40km) east and bursting from giant cracks, with two flows reaching the ocean just over three miles (5km) away.
 

Disturbing Images from Kiluea

The following images are 11 hours old as of 738AM Pacific on May 26. This was released by the local CBS affiliate.



 

Also from CBS News, they are reporting the following disturbing developments:

A 4.4-magnitude earthquake struck Hawaii’s Big Island Friday near the summit of Kilauea voclano, the U.S. Geological Survey said, the largest of several quakes that struck Friday. The tremor did not generate a tsunami, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center told CBS Honolulu affiliate KGMB. 

The agency says the island doesn’t face a tsunami threat after the temblor struck around 12:44 p.m. Friday. County officials have warned of aftershocks. 

Nature’s fury on full display as fountains of lava gush from Hawaii volcano
An earthquake at 6 p.m. Thursday sent an ash cloud 10,000 feet into the air, the USGS said. 

The Kilauea volcano has been erupting for three weeks, spewing lava from cracks that emerged in neighborhoods and sending ash sky-high from its summit. Earthquakes also have been occurring.

 
“Earthquake” activity is the operative term. Lori Dengler is an emeritus professor of geology at Humboldt State University. Dangler is considered to be an expert in tsunami and earthquake hazards. Dangler has stated that the earthquake activity is still elevated over expected levels and dangerous magma is still migrating to the east and there is a major fear that groundwater could flow into the magma conduit and the potential for steam-driven explosions could set off the volcano and it could erupt on an epic scale. Toxic gasses are a major concern as the fissures are expanding and this precisely what killed the majority of the people at Pompeii.

The aformentioned earthquakes mentioned by Dangler has sparked concerns over pending tsunamis.

Again, from the Guardian article referenced above:

“Several volcanic earthquakes strike near Kilauea’s summit as officials add tsunamis to the list of threats posed by ongoing eruptions on Hawaii’s Big Island.

Several earthquakes struck near the summit of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano on Thursday and Friday, officials say…

Volcano-related earthquakes have caused cracks to open up across the Big Island’s southeastern region…

Geologists have said after three weeks of escalating activity, Kilauea has entered a ‘steady state’ of eruption”.
HAWAII volcano Kilauea’s unstoppable eruption is triggering earthquakes that could become “more frequent” and could cause a tsunami, experts have warned.

Conclusion

Three weeks ago, I reported that Mexico City was experiencing the sudden appearance of fisures, one which swallowed a home and a water main. Along the same latitude, the Philippines experienced a strong earthquake. The entire region, all across the Pacific, is active. We should also keep in mind that Arizona just practiced receiving 400,000 Californians as refugees. Could this be due to a feared tsunami resulting from Kilauea? Unfortunately at this time, we do not have these answers. This is very much a story in progress.
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PostSubject: US Threatens Syria With "Firm And Appropriate Measures" After New Airstrikes   Sat May 26, 2018 7:38 pm

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US Threatens Syria With "Firm And Appropriate Measures" After New Airstrikes
 


by Tyler Durden
Sat, 05/26/2018 - 17:35

Washington is once again concerned about Syrian government expansion inside... wait for it... Syria.


The United States threatened to take "firm and appropriate measures" against Syrian government forces, claiming repeat "ceasefire violations" and concerned over reports that the Syrian Army may be poised for a new military operation to retake Deraa in the country's south.


State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said late Friday, “As a guarantor of this de-escalation area with Russia and Jordan, the United States will take firm and appropriate measures in response to Assad regime violations.”




The newly built US forces base in Manbij, Syria. Image source: TRT World via Reuters
Nauert referenced the thus far tenuously-holding deal between the US, Russia, and Jordan struck last November which among other stipulations proposed efforts for "the reduction, and ultimate elimination of foreign forces and foreign fighters from the area to ensure a more sustainable peace." This was widely interpreted at the time as calling for an "Iran-free" zone in southern Syria, as Israel has long threatened to go to war should Iranian troops be present near its border.


The State Department warnings come at the end of a week in which Syrian state media claimed US fighter jets attacked Syrian Army positions in the eastern desert near the Iraq border overnight Wednesday, which reportedly killed 12 pro-government fighters.


The US, however, has denied any involvement: "We have no operational reporting of a U.S.-led coalition strike against pro-Syrian regime targets or forces," CENTCOM spokesman Captain Bill Urban said in a statement. And a separate Pentagon spokesman said, "These reports are false, the coalition did not strike any Syrian army positions in eastern Syria."


And less than 24 hours later, another airstrike on a base in central Syria is widely reported to have involved Israel, believed to have targeted a Hezbollah weapons depot. 


Notably, a Reuters report acknowledges the US warning issued late Friday comes as 1) Syrian government forces have cleaned out the last ISIS pockets in the country's south; and 2) Damascus is now "in its strongest position since the early months of the war in 2011". Reuters notes further that the government has "recaptured all remaining insurgent areas near Damascus in recent weeks, including the densely populated eastern Ghouta area, as well as big enclaves in central Syria." 


So essentially while warning against "Assad regime violations" and expansion, the State Department is reasserting the US position that Syria cannot "expand" within its own sovereign borders (borders obviously long recognized internationally and by the United Nations).


The Syrian Army is making preparations to move deeper into the southern province of Deraa where fighting began during the opening months the war starting in 2011. Syrian state media has reported that government planes are dropping leaflets over towns in the region, warning anti-Assad forces that they must disarm or face military attack. 


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Meanwhile, the New York Times has published what purports to be a detailed account of a February 7th major clash between pro-government forces and Russian allies and pro-US forces, which we explained at the time was cause for "an acute international crisis” as it left up to hundreds on the pro-government and Russian side dead, and may have controversially included Russian mercenaries. 


The NYT description of what took place paints a glowing picture of US special forces successfully holding off a massive assault by hundreds of pro-government fighters, based on multiple interviews and documents given to the Times. Business Insider summarizes the NYT revelation as follows :


Roughly 40 US commandos held off about 500 forces loyal to the Syrian government — including Russian mercenaries — in an intense firefight in early February, The New York Times reports.
No US troops were harmed, but hundreds of pro-government forces were killed, according to The Times.
The firefight took place at an outpost next to a Conoco gas station in eastern Syria on February 7.
The New York Times sources described the outcome as follows:


In the end, 200 to 300 of the attacking fighters were killed. The others retreated under merciless airstrikes from the United States, returning later to retrieve their battlefield dead. None of the Americans at the small outpost in eastern Syria — about 40 by the end of the firefight — were harmed.


And further:


The firefight was described by the Pentagon as an act of self-defense against a unit of pro-Syrian government forces. In interviews, United States military officials said they had watched — with dread — hundreds of approaching rival troops, vehicles and artillery pieces in the week leading up to the attack.


If both this week's reported foreign air assaults and last month's massive US coalition strikes on Damascus are any indication, such direct clashes between Syria and the US forces will likely occur again. The only question that remains is the degree to which things will escalate in any future confrontation as the stakes are now even higher with Damascus feeling itself in a more comfortable security position compared to last year, and has a new confidence to respond militarily. 
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PostSubject: Mapping Where Firearm Deaths Are Most Prevalent   Sat May 26, 2018 7:42 pm

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Mapping Where Firearm Deaths Are Most Prevalent


by Tyler Durden
Sat, 05/26/2018 - 20:05

Firearm deaths in the United States receive an awful lot of attention.

Rightfully so, as a developed nation, the rate of violent deaths involving a firearm, and the horrendously frequent shootings targeting schools, is high.

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