I find it strange that there is no reporting on this....I guess we need to have some destruction first.
There has not been much reporting on the extra earthquakes that happen in Japan, nor the earthquake that happened recently in Alaska.
Also what I found disturbing when he mentioned chem-trails to hold off a hurricane in the first video which resulted in keeping the Southwest (where I'm located) in an extended heat wave and kept the monsoons at bay...nice considering all the fires we've been having.
Thanks for all of this...I'll be keeping a close eye on this too as well....going to share tis on facebook as well.
glad to hear from a volcanologist, I'd love to read some of your published work if you could pass some links to any along. Now if you watched all those vids Dutch actually asks for for someone to go out and take a look with some kind of camera and send him the info so he can know for sure.
I would also like to know how you explain the "missing" earthquakes on the USGS website. The appear as soon as they happen as it is computer automated, then less than an hour later they tend to disappear.
I would also like to point out as I believe I did in what I wrote below it that Dutch uses multiple resources on the web that is available for anyone to use to find this out. He uses radar from sites that are put out for the public to use to detect weather. Also, if you watched all those vids, they are from more than one day and the "steam" is always coming from the same spot.
If it were a wild fire like he originally thought it would not disappear like it does, if it were a "weather pattern" it would not be the exact same each time.
I would like to ask Jim would you be willing to go to one of those locations and take images or video to discredit him? I'd go and get images for Dutch but as I am about the same distance away from that site as Dutch is and he has better access to a car/funds than I do I'm sure once he gets it together he will get them himself if none of his viewers do.
I live in the mountains of western North Carolina so it isn't feasible for me to field check any of those sites. My volcanology publications are:
Swords, William, Miller, J. William, Williams, Stanley, and Reynolds, Jim, 2011, Discovery of aegirine as a vapor-phase sublimate at Torfajökull Caldera, Landmannalaugar, Iceland. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 43-2: 29. (Wilmington, NC). read
Malizia, D. C., Reynolds, J. H., and Tabbutt, K. D., 1995, Chronology of Neogene sedimentation, stratigraphy, and tectonism in the Campo de Talampaya Region, La Rioja Province, Argentina: Sedimentary Geology, v. 96, p. 231-255. abstract
Viramonte, J. G., Reynolds, J. H., Del Papa, C., and Disalvo, A., 1994, The Corte Blanco garnetiferous tuff: a distinctive late Miocene marker bed in northwestern Argentina applied to magnetic polarity stratigraphy in the Río Yacones, Salta Province: Earth and PlanetaryScience Letters, v. 121, p. 519-531. abstract.
Del Papa, C., Disalvo, A., Reynolds, J., Pereyra, R., and Viramonte, J., 1993, Utilización de niveles piroclásticos en correlación estratigráfica: un ejemplo para el terciario superior del noroeste argentino: XII Congreso Geológico Argentino y II Congreso Exploracion.Hidrocarbur., Mendoza, p. 166-171.
Reynolds, J. H., 1987, Timing and sources of Neogene and Quaternary volcanism in south-central Guatemala (invited paper). In Williams, S. N. and Carr, M. J. (eds.), Richard E. Stoiber 75thBirthday Volume. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 33, p. 9-22. abstract
Reynolds, J. H., 1980, Late Tertiary volcanic stratigraphy of northern Central America: Bulletin of Volcanology, v. 43-3, p. 601-607.
Most of my other papers have a volcanological component but are not volcanological per se. the complete list is at:
According to Eric Klemetti, the USGS responded saying there is no eruption. I am in agreement with the rest of the things that Klemetti says as well: http://bigthink.com/ideas/39524.
..it looks like Dutch isn't the only one seeing this either...
video of steam...-NOT- taken by Dutch...
Thank you for going out and shooting this video. I believe what you are seeing are dust devils but, sure, it could be steam or smoke. Applying Occom's Razor (a.k.a. The Principle of Least Astonishment), I'll go with dust devils. If it is steam, there should be reddish discoloration on the ground from which it arises.
Believe me, there is no one who would love to see an eruption there than I!