Japan Facing Magma Surges, Volcanic Fury, Another 9.0 Quake
While doing the decontamination project in the north, I dug a deep hole in a field to check on background radiation. Layer after alternating layer of thick volcanic deposits (yellow soil, pyroclastic) and thin bands of black organic matter. In other words, for most of Japanese prehistory, volcanoes – not life – have ruled.
The Tohoku region is a series of vast volcano craters, all of them still alive and well, bubbling up hot springs. Most are not little mountains, but massive, the size of counties in the USA.
The phenomenal frequency of big quakes in Tohoku, they are happening at light speed in geological time, means magma is on the move.
If one or more of these giants blow, the land will be covered by 2 – 4 meters of ash and toxic gas. That, in turn, would completely shut down roads, power and water, meaning all the nuclear reactors in northern Japan would melt down.
The events since 3.11 could be a mere hint of things to come, a triple disaster leading toward the fourth and final catastrophe.
Here is a report on Japan Meterological Agency from early April that somehow managed to slip thru –