Monthly Archives: December 2010

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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Indonesia prepares for apocalypse of nature

(c) 2010 Al Jazeera, December 29, 2010

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6.8 earthquake marks third major quake strike on Vanuatu

December 29, 2010 – VANUATU –  “A pair of earthquakes within 10 minutes of each other rattled Vanuatu in the southern Pacific Wednesday evening, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The first quake — a strong magnitude 6.6 — was about … Continue reading

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Pacific plate is growing stress point for major quakes

  December 29, 2010 – At 103 million square kilometers, the Pacific plate is the largest of the tectonic plates and consequently the most violent. Geological forces are tearing at the integrity and stability of this large lithospheric cross-section of the planet. The flurry … Continue reading

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Distortion and twisting of planet’s magnetic field continues

December 28, 2010 – The bizzare distortion and twisting of the planet’s magnetosphere continues. This unusual simulation was recorded around the same time a 4.9 quake struck the Vanuatu region. The huge spike in proton density counts in the solar winds can … Continue reading

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Death-toll from Haiti cholera epidemic surpasses 3000

December 28, 2010 –  HAITI – “Port-au-Prince, Haiti – More than 2,700 people have died in the 10 weeks since Haiti’s cholera outbreak began, and nearly 130,000 have been infected, the Health Ministry said. About 40 people are dying each day from … Continue reading

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South African families relocated after sinkhole outbreak

December 28, 2010 – SOUTH AFRICA – “Residents of a shanty town in South Africa have clashed with police over attempts to relocate them after huge sinkholes began to appear nearby. Hundreds of those living in Bapsfontein, near Pretoria, burned … Continue reading

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