Daily Archives: December 29, 2010

India hit with freak bout of ‘freezing rain’

December 29, 2010 – INDIA –  “India may not typically come to mind as a winter wonderland, but the nation’s Ladakh region has been struck by a bitter cold wave, leaving several bodies of water frozen and residents huddling close … Continue reading

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Earth’s climate now unraveling across the globe

December 29, 2010 –Weather extremes continue to blanket the globe. It is indication that forces regulating atmospheric processes on planet Earth have run amok and are now collapsing. In Eastern Canada, extreme weather led to the cancelations of hundreds of flights. New York … Continue reading

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Another planetary tremor rocks the Earth

December 29, 2010 – Event Record 8:00-9:00 UTC. While the magnetosphere was being invaded by ionized particles in the latest solar wind gust, seismometers across the planet recorded another series of massive planetary tremors.  For those of you who have … Continue reading

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Weather in California takes another dangerous turn

December 29, 2010 – LOS ANGELES – The atmospheric rivers of water we mentioned in our Hawaii piece have now arrived on California’s doorstep.” Rain spreading over Los Angeles and San Diego today could trigger new mudslides and flooding problems … Continue reading

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Will partial solar eclipse of January 4, 2011 bring more quakes?

The first solar eclipse of 2011 occurs at the Moon’s ascending node in eastern Sagittarius. A partial eclipse will be visible from much of Europe, North Africa and central Asia. The penumbral shadow first touches Earth’s surface in northern Algeria … Continue reading

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NASA scientists eye solar maximum with mounting trepidation

“In 2011, the Sun will head into a long-awaited and possibly destructive period of turbulence.”  –Breitbart News December 29, 2010 – “The coming year will be an important one for space weather as the Sun pulls out of a trough of … Continue reading

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Earth’s shields are weakening

December 29, 2010 – The planet’s magnetosphere (our primary shield of protection from dangerous solar and cosmic radiation) is showing advanced signs of strain. The planet’s magnetic field has been in a 10% decline for over a century but perforations … Continue reading

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Earthquake swarms resume near Southern California

December 29, 2010 – “Earthquakes are increasing again near the Salton Sea.  The area has had a lull in quakes for quite a while, however it is becoming active again. The USGS states that two near magnitude four quake struck … Continue reading

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