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A 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Japan’s Kumamoto region on Friday, the day after a 6.2 quake struck, killing at least nine people, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Friday’s quake struck at a depth of about 6 miles around 9:25 a.m. PST, around 1:30 a.m. Saturday local time. Tsunami advisories have been issued for parts of the Asian island nation, the … Continue reading
FEARS a catastrophic earthquake is building today grew after a fourth major tremor struck the same region in just 48 hours. There have been three large earthquakes recorded today, including a major one in southern Japan which destroyed buildings and left at least 45 people injured, after Myanmar was rocked yesterday. Yesterday tremors were also felt as far as 500 … Continue reading
A 15-foot wall of water could roll across Grand Isle if a landslide occurred in the Mississippi Canyon, a trench in the Gulf of Mexico floor about 30 miles off the mouth of the Mississippi River. And unlike a hurricane, residents would have just an hour’s notice – not days. Such landslides have happened about once every 1,000 years in … Continue reading
Scientists have kept tabs on the shifting of the Earth’s axis since 1899, when the wobble of the Earth was first measured. For 100 years after the first wobble data was documented the Earth’s axis shifted in one direction, sending the North Pole drifting south toward Hudson Bay in Canada. But since the year 2000, the drift is going in … Continue reading
This massive 15-by-40 foot sinkhole is still growing and threatens anything in its path in Linthicum, Maryland. It has already swallowed large trees, a large portion of a chain-link fence and is creeping closer to nearby houses every day. It’s moving, and it’s moving towards some properties around. And hopefully, nobody is going to get hurt. But nobody seems to … Continue reading
By Doomsday DaveBENDEDREALITY.COM – April 2016 Things are starting to heat up, Indonesia suffered a 5.2 earthquake, Iceland suffered a volcanic eruption. Stromboli volcano in Italy has erupted, this seems to be a trend and years ago this would be covered extensively by the news media but you are lucky if these events gets a mention. http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/stromboli/news.html The next link … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Is this finally an open admission of an Earth axis shift that already occurred or a serious impending shift?! Melting ice sheets—especially in Greenland—are changing the distribution of weight on Earth. And that has caused both the North Pole and the wobble, which is called polar motion, to change course, according to a study published Friday in the … Continue reading
April Cold Threatens Fruit Crop Northeastern U.S. – As Another Cold Wave To Hit Midwest & Eastern States by Weekend!
Ongoing waves of cold during early April are taking a toll on fruit tree blossoms in parts of the northeastern United States. Farmers are holding their breath as they wait out the cold to inspect the impact on trees and vines. The combination of a very mild winter, above-average temperatures during March and the most recent bout of below-freezing temperatures … Continue reading
According to experts, our planet is already experiencing mass extinction. They determined that this is already the sixth mass extinction. By studying fossils of an early Triassic Lystrosaurus, experts have managed to reveal how some beings managed to make it through the disaster. Analysis of the fossils showed that ancient mammals were able to adapt and evolve extremely quickly to … Continue reading
Global Cooling Continues – Record Cold Temperatures Sweep Into U.S. Northeast; Another Arctic Blast On The Way!
UNITED STATES – Record cold temperatures for early April have swept into some Northeast and Great Lakes cities to begin this week. Subzero readings were even observed near the Canadian border in northern Michigan, northern New York and northern Maine Tuesday morning. More record cold is possible on Wednesday morning in the Northeast. Then the cold will become more expansive … Continue reading