Breaking – Volcano near Reykjavík to Erupt in Few Hours – Live Cam Link

Below is a live cam covering a possible imminent eruption that scientists predict to make it to the crust in the next few hours.

This was announced by the Icelandic Civil Protection Agency March 3rd 16:00 GMT:

Update March 3rd 23:00 GMT: The tremor pulse was detected at 14:20 and is measured at most seismic stations in Iceland seems to decreased but many earthquakes are still being measured. No sign of eruption when Icelanders go to sleep.

Link to new in English https://icelandmonitor.mbl.is/news/ne…

A live cam has been placed in Keflavík and it’s aimed to the most likely eruption site so its a chance to see an eruption take place in live broadcast from there:

Note that the visibility is poor in the moment and it will get dark round 19:00GMT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMh3B…

Below is a youtube live cam of the expected eruption. Kinda boring as I post this (at 7:30 pm Central time, March 3).

Keilir og skjálftasvæðið

Thanks to Stephen Bird for these links

Note: I went on line to verify this, and found this on forbes.com:

Rumbling Reykjanes Volcano In Iceland Could Erupt At Any Minute

“A sudden increase in tremors on Iceland’s Reykjanes Peninsula, which connects the island’s capital of Reykjavik to its main international airport at Keflavik, has officials warning of a possible imminent volcanic eruption.”

https://www.forbes.com/sites/ericmack/2021/03/03/rumbling-reykjanes-volcano-in-iceland-could-erupt-at-any-minute/?sh=7714325d79cc


13 thoughts on “Breaking – Volcano near Reykjavík to Erupt in Few Hours – Live Cam Link”

  1. Global carbon dioxide emissions have returned to pre-pandemic levels… plandemics make for good press and are now re-normalizing the CO2 levels. Sleep.
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    https://volcano.si.edu/
    Is Volcanic [or Viral] Activity [CO2] Increasing Across the Globe? No, But Your Brain Thinks So… therefore do not trust your brain to do your thinking… you are feeling very sleepy… close your eyes… clear your mind… this is the new normal and everything has always been this normal, just relax yourself… Sleep. Sleep.
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  2. hi Robert another shallow large-ish quake ive sent you a link
    and up higher on the reyjkanes ridge, to the left above greenland, a large one as well

  3. Needless to say, a major volcanic eruption on ye ole Reykjanes Peninsula could not only obliterate Iceland’s capital but preclude delivery of any international aid through Keflavik.

    Given the country’s northern focus of the tectonically active Mid-Atlantic Ridge, our prayers are with the Reykjavikers. If mass evacuation’s called for, they’ll decide.

  4. I think they just went to alert level 1 at Mt Pinatubo as well according to a Philippine news report I came across. The Grand Solar Minimum is well underway and just as some scientists said, the volcanic and seismic activity would pick up! Of course, don’t try to tell that to the media, mainstream climatologists, geologists, paid off government officials, and certainly not to the masses of humanity that still walk around with masks on!

    • And while they are alone in cars , walking out side by themselves in bright sunlight , walking along a beach , while riding a bike ,motorcycle , so many people not using their brains!

  5. Also Kermadecs tossed off a 8.1 shallow earthquake this morning. NZ on tsunami alert, some reports of tidal surges. Remember Kermadecs are also a volcano. The reader of earthquakes has also stopped working. I also notice all other earthquake drums throughout NZ incl many of the volcanos are also showing the quake, must have been a beauty.
    See geonet.org.nz look at both drums page and volcano drum pages.

  6. Interesting article in the Iceland Monitor about eruptive phases on Iceland. What caught my eye was the fact it settled round about 1300 which Wiki has as round about the beginnings of the LIA.

    “If an eruption occurs, it would likely mark the beginning of such a [volcanic] period – lasting a few centuries, I believe,” states Magnús Á. Sigurgeirsson, geologist at ÍSOR Iceland GeoSurvey – a consulting and research institute in the field of geothermal sciences and utilization.
    https://icelandmonitor.mbl.is/news/news/2021/03/05/could_volcanic_period_be_ahead/

    It has been conventionally defined as a period extending from the 16th to the 19th centuries, but some experts prefer an alternative timespan from about 1300 to about 1850.

    The NASA Earth Observatory notes three particularly cold intervals: one beginning about 1650, another about 1770, and the last in 1850, all separated by intervals of slight warming.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Ice_Age

    The incidences of slight warming is vaguely analogues with much of what we see today.

    The Medieval Warm Period (MWP) also known as the Medieval Climate Optimum, or Medieval Climatic Anomaly was a time of warm climate in the North Atlantic region lasting from c. 950 to c. 1250. It was likely related to warming elsewhere while some other regions were colder, such as the tropical Pacific. Average global mean temperatures have been calculated to be similar to early-mid-20th-century warming. Possible causes of the Medieval Warm Period include increased solar activity, decreased volcanic activity, and changes to ocean circulation.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medieval_Warm_Period

    As we can see this Mediaeval period could perhaps have ended in something like a hiatus in Globull warming for 18 yrs before the World became a little chillier. Across the articles one can also see anomalies of warmer/colder in some spots that others. However as History has proven what the Green Terrorists refuse to accept that one measures climate by trends of Decades, Centuries and Geological Epochs. NOT last weeks weather reports.

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