Daily Archives: December 26, 2010

Arctic air brings ice and record temperatures to much of the globe

December 27, 2010 – RUSSIA – The weather across the planet is becoming more bizarre and extreme. Moscow is paralyzed by a ‘freak ice-storm.‘  Record snowfalls are being reported from northern China to Ireland. Buildings have collapsed in Belgium due … Continue reading

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Earthquake cluster strikes New Zealand and brings volcanic omen

December 26, 2010 – CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand, (UPI) — “A state of emergency was in place Sunday after an earthquake and more than 15 aftershocks rocked the eastern New Zealand city of Christchurch, officials said. Meteorologists said the earthquake was centered … Continue reading

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Sun goes spotless for 6th consecutive day: earthquakes or ice to follow?

December 26, 2010 – The rule of thumb in solar astrophysical earthquake theory has been that sunspots have some bearing on earthquakes eruption on the planet.  Now the mystery has intensified further as the planet has been slammed with 4 major … Continue reading

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Unusually heavy snowfall shuts Moscow airport

December 26, 2010 – MOSCOW,  (Reuters) – ‘Moscow’s Domodedovo airport was closed and thousands of Muscovites were left without power on Sunday after a heavy overnight snowfall, the RIA Novosti news agency said. Roads and cars in the capital are … Continue reading

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Second 6.2 quake rattles Vanuatu in south Pacific

December 26, 2010 – VANUATU – A second 6.2 earthquake has struck the South Pacific near Vanuatu.  The quake erupted on plate boundary between the Pacific and Australian plates. This quake struck at the dangerous shallow depth of only 1 km.  … Continue reading

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