Daily Archives: July 10, 2011

Warming oceans causing mass migration of marine species

July 10, 2011 – LONDON – Warming ocean waters are causing the largest movement of marine species seen on Earth in more than two million years, according to scientists. In the Arctic, melting sea ice during recent summers has allowed … Continue reading

Posted in Acquatic Ecosystem crash, Earth Changes, Earth Watch, Food chain unraveling, Pest Explosions | 7 Comments

Sunspot chain forming on the solar surface

July 10, 2011 – Just when you thought the Sun was going away quietly; it throws us a few new surprises. This is nothing ominous but it does indicate our unpredicatable our star can be. Sunspot group 1247 is expanding … Continue reading

Posted in Earth Changes, Earth Watch, Solar Event, Space Watch | 6 Comments

Flooding leaves scores dead and missing in South Korea

July 10, 2011 – SEOUL, (Yonhap) — At least eight people were killed and four were missing after torrential rains hit southern parts of South Korea over the weekend, emergency officials said Sunday. Since Friday, as much as 40 centimeters … Continue reading

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7.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off the east coast of Japan

July 10, 2011 – JAPAN – A 7.0 earthquake has struck off the east coast of Japan at a depth of 34 km, though the EMSC shows the quake as a7.1 at a much shallower depth of 10 km. Tsunami … Continue reading

Posted in Earth Changes, Earth Watch, Extinction Protocol Exclusive Editorial, Seismic tremors | 19 Comments

Small quake swarm at Ascension Island magma plume hotspot

Ascension Island – A small earthquake swarm has erupted at the Ascension Island magma plume hotspot which straddles the boundary dividing the South America and Africa plates. According to the European Mediterranean Seismic Center, three quakes have been registered- a … Continue reading

Posted in Earth Changes, Earth Watch, Potential Earthchange hotspot, Seismic tremors | 4 Comments