Earth changes

Over 1,000 Earthquakes in North Iceland in a Few Days

More than 1,000 minor earthquakes have been picked up by sensors on the Tjörnes fissure zone in Northeast Iceland in the past few days. The earthquake swarm, which began on Tuesday and is still ongoing, is not considered likely to lead to more serious activity. via Iceland Review Online: Daily News from Iceland, Current Affairs, […]

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Yellowstone Caldera Wakens: Triple swarm of earthquakes shakes Yellowstone – Trunews

Until recently, Bob Smith had never witnessed two simultaneous earthquake swarms in his 53 years of monitoring seismic activity in and around the Yellowstone Caldera. Now, Smith, a University of Utah geophysics professor, has seen three swarms at once. “It’s very remarkable,” Smith said. via Triple swarm of earthquakes shakes Yellowstone – Trunews: Trunews:.

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Ecuador volcano spews ash, 200 evacuated

QUITO, Ecuador (AP) — Authorities in Ecuador say at least 200 people have been evacuated from near the Tungurahua volcano after it spewed an ash plume more than 3.1 miles into the air. The regional director of the National Risk Management Secretariat, Lourdes Mayorga, says the explosion produced ash and pyroclastic flows, and could be […]

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Two massive earthquakes rock PNG | eNCA

SYDNEY – Two big earthquakes struck Papua New Guinea early Monday but no tsunami warnings were issued and seismologists said while they would have been felt damage was unlikely. A 7.2 magnitude quake hit the Pacific nation at 4:35am local time (1835 GMT Sunday), some 110 kilometres northeast of Taron on the island of New […]

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Intensified eruptions reported at Alaska’s two volcanoes | The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond

June 26, 2013 – ALASKA – Two Alaskan volcanoes that began minor eruptions weeks ago are showing their strongest seismic activity yet, emitting small amounts of lava and ash along with smoke plumes, the Alaska Volcano Observatory said Tuesday. The observatory warned of more vigorous activity with the Pavlof and Veniaminof volcanoes, both on the […]

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Tsunami-like waves along NJ coast – NY News

Scientists are reviewing tsunami-like waves along the southern New Jersey coast that swept three people off of rocks into the ocean. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s West Coast/Alaska Tsunami Warning Center says it happened during the afternoon of June 13 in close conjunction with a weather system known as a low-end derecho. The tsunami […]

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Whole lot of shaking going on in California

SANTA BARBARA (CBS/AP) — An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.6 has rattled part of the Southern California coast. via 4.6 Earthquake Rattles Santa Barbara Area « CBS San Francisco. GREENVILLE, Plumas County (CBS / AP / BCN) — A magnitude 5.7 earthquake was widely felt as it rattled Northern California Thursday night, breaking […]

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Will you survive when the lights go out?

I’ve gotten several e-mails recently from readers asking my thoughts about the probability and consequences of an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, attack. In order to understand how this phenomenon can affect your preparedness efforts, you must first understand what it is, what causes it and its effects. via Will you survive when the lights go […]

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