Daily Archives: May 25, 2011

Earthchanges sweeps over Iran: largest lake turning to salt

May 26, 2011 – OROUMIEH LAKE, Iran – From a hillside, Kamal Saadat looked forlornly at hundreds of potential customers, knowing he could not take them for trips in his boat to enjoy a spring weekend on picturesque Oroumieh Lake, … Continue reading

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Volcanic Eruption Grimsvötn Iceland – Helicopter.is

Nature’s energy can destroy the world but how often she constrains it in concert with the divine will to support the cycles of life on Earth. On occasion, sometimes, she unleashes her fury and sends up pillars of smoke into … Continue reading

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5.0 magnitude earthquake at one of planet’s hotspots

A 5.0 magnitude earthquake has struck at Tistan da Cunha at a depth of 10 km. Tristan da Cunha is an active strato-volcano formed above a magma hot-spot some 400km east of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Monitoring the world’s hotspots, where … Continue reading

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Category 4 Songda Typhoon closes in on the Philippines- 150 mph wind gusts

May 25, 2011 –MANILA, PHILIPPINES – A fierce storm approaching the Philippines intensified into a typhoon on Wednesday, the government said, warning it would unleash heavy rains across the main island of Luzon. Typhoon Songda was expected to slam into … Continue reading

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Holes found in Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant

May 25, 2011 – Tokyo, Japan — Two of the damaged reactors at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan may be riddled with holes, according to the facility’s owner. The holes may be as big as 7 … Continue reading

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Volcanic ash leads to hundreds of canceled flights in Europe

May 25, 2011— LONDON – Icelandic volcano ash is affecting flights in European airspace, but authorities say it is unlikely to cause the same levels of disruption triggered by a similar eruption last year. So what are the main differences … Continue reading

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Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex engulfed by double waves from monster storm system

May 25, 2011— DALLAS, TX – Reports of large hail, damaging winds and minor to moderate structural damage were trickling into the National Weather Service Fort Worth office early this morning after three rounds of storms swept through North Texas … Continue reading

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