Daily Archives: December 24, 2010

Sinkhole swallows town in Romania- state of emergency declared by city officials

December 24, 2010 – Geological faults coupled with dangerous mining conditions have created a nightmare for the Romanian village of Ocna Mures. The entire village is being sucked into a giant sinkhole. A State of Emergency has been declared for the region. Chief … Continue reading

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Planetary tremors continue for 4th consecutive day

December 24, 2010 – Seismographs across the planet continue to register planetary-wide seismic anomalies indicating tectonic plates movement is still kinetic. The Earth-side of the Sun has been spotless for 6 consecutive days and the Pacific Ring of Fire region remains … Continue reading

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USGS prepares for super-massive storm strikes on California

December 23, 2010 – LOS ANGELES – The USGS is preparing emergency officials in California to deal with a breed of super-storms called Ark Storms.  It’s the rain that just won’t stop — day after day. It’s almost as continuous as … Continue reading

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