Daily Archives: January 16, 2011

The day the sky fell: forecasting the ultimate apocalypse of nature

January 16, 2011 – The planet’s weather is coming apart at the seams. We are on the precipice of change that is transforming Earth on a planetary scale and climate extremes may only be the beginning. Extreme weather events are … Continue reading

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3 volcanoes in the Philippines showing increased signs of unrest

January 16, 2011 – MANILA, Philippines – “Three active volcanoes in Luzon showed signs of increased activity Sunday, exhibiting rock fall, moderate steam, and minor quakes in their respective vicinities, state volcanologists reported. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology … Continue reading

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The Great Deluge: Record floods now swamp Victoria in SE Australia

January 16, 2011 – “The torrential rain may have stopped but Victorian rivers are still on the rise and more towns are likely to be evacuated over the next few days as unprecedented flooding continues. State Emergency Services state controller … Continue reading

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La Niña to bring freak rain and flooding conditions to United Kingdom

January 16, 2011 – “Britain is expected to suffer from flooding as heavy rain is forecast across vast swathes of the country. As huge parts of the southern hemisphere clean up after torrential downpours the UK is set for its … Continue reading

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Unusally dense fog paralyzes India for 2nd time in 2 weeks -video

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