Monthly Archives: January 2011

Monster: Cyclone Yasi 250 kmh winds, 6 meter tidal surges on arrival

January 31, 2011 – Queensland – Cyclone could be Australia’s biggest ever seen. Queensland premier Anna Bligh is warning residents to prepare themselves for a “frightening experience” as Cyclone Yasi approaches. Evacuations are underway in Queensland as the state prepares for … Continue reading

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6.0 earthquake strikes Tonga in the South Pacific

     January 31, 2011 -   (Left) Kermandec Islands seismic wave and (right) the New Zealand graph An underwater 6.0 earthquake has struck near the Tonga region at a depth of 68.6 km. See our earlier piece on seismic anomalies around Kermandec and … Continue reading

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Heavy rain causes bridge collapse in Singapore

January 31, 2011 – SINGAPORE – Bridge under construction at Punggol The Waterway collapses. A partially completed bridge at the construction site opposite his house collapsed under the weight of rainwater on Sunday morning, reported The Straits Times Reader Simon … Continue reading

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Magnetosphere band pattern comparison during 4 hour interval

     January 31, 2011 – Left to Right spectral band comparison of magnetosphere during a 4 hour interval when solar wind proton density increased to 8.7 cm3

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What’s distorting and twisting the planet’s magnetic field?

  January 31, 2011 – The frenzied and disorganized spectral patterns we’ve seen in the planet’s magnetosphere continues today with this current snapshot of a cork-screw effect.  3-D simulation of how Earth’s magnetic field should look – Jean Ahmad

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High winds topple 25-story skyscraper in Brazil

January 30, 2011 – BRAZIL – “A skyscraper in the city of Belem in Para State, Brazil, collapsed on Sunday, injuring several people and trapping three beneath piles of rubble. The incident occurred just as four construction workers had left the … Continue reading

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Victoria bakes in unprecedented heatwave

January 30, 2011 – “Melbourne is preparing for a scorching day, with the weather bureau forecasting the first day of 40 degree weather for the year. It is expected to be even hotter in the north-west with 42 degrees expected … Continue reading

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