Monthly Archives: July 2011

Sun unleashes M9.3 Class Solar Flare – July 30, 2011

Scale: Scientists classify solar flares according to their x-ray brightness in the wavelength range 1 to 8 Angstroms. There are 3 categories: X-class flares are big; they are major events that can trigger planet-wide radio blackouts and long-lasting radiation storms. … Continue reading

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Philippines hit with double typhoon threat- 50 dead

July 30, 2011 – MANILA – And it is not only Korea that is suffering from extreme weather. In the northeastern Philippines, typhoon Nock-ten has killed at least 35 people and left dozens more missing this week. Winds of up … Continue reading

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Cracks found in Mullaperiyar dam after tremor reported in Idukki district

July 30, 2011 – KOCHI, India – Three minor cracks were noticed on the top surface of the Mullaperiyar dam after the tremor in Idukki district on Tuesday. “The cracks are not serious and it is not clear whether they … Continue reading

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Canary Islands El Hierro seismic swarm breaches 700 events

July 30, 2011 – CANARY ISLANDS – Recently El Hierro volcano of the Canary Islands has been experiencing a seismic swarm beneath it, which as of yesterday reached to over 700 events. Most of these events have been at Magnitudes … Continue reading

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An editor’s note to our readers

Earth is approaching a threshold- the crossroads in human history where decisions to safeguard the planet and the human race or plunge unwittingly into the abyss of disaster will mark our every weighted step advancing into the future. Never before in … Continue reading

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Turkmenistan’s new mud volcano may signal awakening of Cheleken Alakel volcano

July 30, 2011 – TURKMENISTAN – A new mud volcano was discovered on the Cheleken peninsula in Turkmenistan, the Neytralniy Turkmenistan newspaper reported with reference to local scientists Anatoly Bushmakin and Aman Nigarov. Mud volcanoes are not uncommon in Turkmenistan. … Continue reading

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