Daily Archives: January 2, 2011

Trigger? Earth’s magnetosphere suddenly blasted by stream of solar winds

 January 2, 2011 – Solar winds are suddenly blasting the Earth even though NASA scientists said a geomagnetic storm wasn’t due to arrive on the planet until January 3.  To no one’s surprise who’ve been watching the increasing erratic antics … Continue reading

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7.2 earthquake strikes Chile as we forecasted

January 2, 2011 – WASHINGTON — A major earthquake of 7.1 magnitude hit central Chile Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The quake was initially reported as a 7.2 but was then revised downward. The epicenter was 60 miles northwest of … Continue reading

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Campi Flegrei, the supervolcano that could obliterate Europe

January 2, 2011 – Tremors are increasing at one of the deadliest super-volcanoes in the world. Campi Flegrei is a large 13 km (8.1 mile) rising caldera that is sending incinerating streams of sulphurous gas through the streets of Pozzuoli. “Two … Continue reading

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Planetary tremors shake Earth in 1st and 2nd successive waves

January 2, 2011 – We are now in the midst of the second wave of global tremors to strike the planet in 48 hours. The first planetary tremor of the New Year dubbed the 11:11 event occurred on January 1. The … Continue reading

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Blizzard, snow and avalanches paralyze Japan and China

January 2, 2011 – Heavy snow, strong winds and avalanches caused traffic jams and casualities during the New Year holiday in some parts of the country. Four men on patrol at a ski resort in the town of Kofu, Tottori … Continue reading

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