Daily Archives: January 31, 2011

Monster: Cyclone Yasi 250 kmh winds, 6 meter tidal surges on arrival

January 31, 2011 – Queensland – Cyclone could be Australia’s biggest ever seen. Queensland premier Anna Bligh is warning residents to prepare themselves for a “frightening experience” as Cyclone Yasi approaches. Evacuations are underway in Queensland as the state prepares for … Continue reading

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6.0 earthquake strikes Tonga in the South Pacific

     January 31, 2011 –   (Left) Kermandec Islands seismic wave and (right) the New Zealand graph An underwater 6.0 earthquake has struck near the Tonga region at a depth of 68.6 km. See our earlier piece on seismic anomalies around Kermandec and … Continue reading

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Heavy rain causes bridge collapse in Singapore

January 31, 2011 – SINGAPORE – Bridge under construction at Punggol The Waterway collapses. A partially completed bridge at the construction site opposite his house collapsed under the weight of rainwater on Sunday morning, reported The Straits Times Reader Simon … Continue reading

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Magnetosphere band pattern comparison during 4 hour interval

     January 31, 2011 – Left to Right spectral band comparison of magnetosphere during a 4 hour interval when solar wind proton density increased to 8.7 cm3

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What’s distorting and twisting the planet’s magnetic field?

  January 31, 2011 – The frenzied and disorganized spectral patterns we’ve seen in the planet’s magnetosphere continues today with this current snapshot of a cork-screw effect.  3-D simulation of how Earth’s magnetic field should look – Jean Ahmad

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