Daily Archives: December 27, 2010

Mass exodus from Christchurch NZ as fear of more tremors intensify

December 27, 2010 – NEW ZEALAND – Seven more strong quakes struck on Monday. Geologists are starting to wonder what exactly is building under New Zealand? “Some Christchurch families wanting to escape the latest earthquakes are finding refuge in Timaru. Timaru Top … Continue reading

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Super-volcano watch: The Long Valley Caldera

December 27, 2010 – CALIFORNIA – Recent quake activity at one of the largest calderas on the planet, besides Yellowstone, shows a diffusion pattern of tremors which may indicate the magma chamber inside Mammoth Mtn may be expanding. According to geologists, Long … Continue reading

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Sinkhole explosion across the planet testifies massive geological change is underway

December 27, 2010 –  “About 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Luis Hernandez felt the soil trembling beneath his feet. “He had to run that way,” said his wife, Orpha, pointing to the east behind their three-bedroom mobile home. He heard air coming … Continue reading

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Russia’s Karymsky volcano erupts again

December 27, 2010 – KAMCHATKA – “An active volcano on Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula is currently spewing plumes of ash at a height of up to 4.3 kilometers (2.67 miles), Russian scientists reported on Monday. The 1,486-meter (4,875-foot) Karymsky is the … Continue reading

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Australia experiences its wettest season on record

December 27, 2010 – AUSTRALIA – Chaotic weather patterns are inundating the globe and Australia is certainly no exception to this rule.  ‘Record rain and floods in north eastern Australia are disrupting coal output from Xstrata Plc and Rio Tinto … Continue reading

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