Iceland’s Askja volcano rattled by small earthquake swarms

November 23, 2013ICELANDA small swarm of earthquakes has occurred today under the eastern caldera rim. Another minor swarm took place yesterday under Þórðarhyrna volcano 20 km to the NE. The volcano last erupted in 1961. –Volcano Discovery
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One Response to Iceland’s Askja volcano rattled by small earthquake swarms

  1. Dennis E. says:

    I do not want to be an alarmist, but……….well, a number of volcanoes went active this past week or so, not to exclude those already active. A number of 6.0 plus earthquakes this past week world wide. Not to exclude the turmoil in the US Government regarding The Obomba Care roll out, The Nuclear Option in The Senate and the possibility of 100 million Americans losing their Health Insurance; Well it seems that the impending implosion or collapse has shifted to a higher gear.

    To balance this out, we would need something from the religious community to make it complete.

    Also, I know this is an off-post comment, but, the state is making a move to rewrite the history books (common core) and reshape the thinking of your children. They are also beginning to task parents to have mandatory dental and physical exams for their children……..In the future, a parent may not be able to have free speech within their own homes because the children will be asked/directed to tell what is said to the state school system, for the good of the state. Parents will be arrested because of their children and the state will reward them for doing that………

    Just my opinion………

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