Daily Archives: March 7, 2011

Is Hawaii on the precipe of major geological change?

March 7, 2011 – Hawaii – Kilauea has been in constant eruption for 28 years. But geologist Janet Babb of the U.S. Geological Survey said this weekend’s activity indicates “new episodes in eruptions and further unknowns.” Again we ask the … Continue reading

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Breakpoint: Earthquakes rattle plates across the globe

     March 7, 2011 – We’ve had 2 major quakes strike since we posted our report on tectonic plate tension – a 6.5 at 84 km in the Sandwich Island regions north of Antarctica and a 6.6 earthquake in the Solomon … Continue reading

Posted in Earth Changes, Extinction Protocol Exclusive Editorial, Planetary Tremor Event, Seismic tremors | 19 Comments