Double earthquakes strike northern Sumatra near Lake Toba supervolcano (via The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond)

Double earthquakes strike northern Sumatra near Lake Toba supervolcano June 14, 2011 – Northern Sumatra, Indonesia –Two moderate back-to-back earthquakes have struck the northern Sumatra region just south of the Lake Toba super-volcano. The earthquakes measured a 5.3 and 5.4 magnitude and ranged in depth from 8 to 22 km.  There is no evidence the quakes are related to the super-volcano but we are monitoring the region to make sure this is not a precursor of a potential swarm. According to geologists, Lake Toba is be … Read More

via The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond

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