Daily Archives: December 12, 2010

The Guadalquivir River bursts its banks in Spain

December 12, 2010 – SPAIN – “The Guadalquivir River continues to overflow through Cordoba as a result of heavy rains between 6 and 7, when they fell 168 liters per square meter, has affected a total of 455 homes. The … Continue reading

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Earth’s magnetic field is failing

A magnetic field reversal has never occurred in human history with 6.5 billion people walking the planet.  What effects a magnetic reversal are thought to have on the planet are not fully understood or known?  What we do understand is that … Continue reading

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Express UK Daily: “Britian is freezing to death”

LONDON – “MIDDLE class families are among millions of Britons who cannot afford to heat their homes this winter, as elderly ride on buses all day to stay in the warm. After a week of snow and freezing temperatures a … Continue reading

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Extreme blizzards blanket U.S. midwest

December 12, 2010 – MINNEAPOLIS – December blizzard with lake-effect snow may be the worst cold weather storm system to hit in U.S. history.  Accuweather says: “The blizzard that moved through Minneapolis Saturday has triggered flight delays and cancellations at … Continue reading

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Indonesian volcano erupts after 400 years

August 2010 – Across the planet, the volcanic monsters are awakening.  Pressurized magma is fracturing the lithosphere and being forced to the surface due to an unprecedented rise in core temperatures.  We have entered a planetary period of extreme volcanism. It … Continue reading

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Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupts after 187 years

April 2010 – Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull erupts after being dormant for 187 years. Across the Icelandic landscape, the dormant volcanoes are stirring and awakening as the Mid-Atlantic Rift which runs through the heart of Iceland continues to widen due to divergence … Continue reading

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6 million marine animals die in winter freeze in Bolivia

Spanish – Nature News called the August 7, 2010 marine winter kill of more than 6 million animals something “unprecedented in human history.”  Across the globe, the death toll from these extreme climatic events continues to mount and will soon push … Continue reading

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2010 extreme ice storm creates rivers of ice in Colombia

Summer of 2010 – Perhaps nowhere was evidence of Earthchanges more visible than in the winter that hit the Southern hemisphere, particularly South America.  If we told you about the extreme ice storm that hit the country…you would never believe … Continue reading

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