Daily Archives: July 12, 2012

Unprecedented 20 inches of rain wipes parts of southwestern Japan off the map, leaving 22 dead, 11 missing

July 12, 2012 – CLIMATE — Arata Yamamoto of NBC News reports — An unprecedented 20 inches of rain descended on the town of Aso in southwestern Japan, inundating homes and rice paddies and killing at least 22 people. 1 people are … Continue reading

Posted in Climate unraveling, Deluge from torrential rains, Earth Changes, Earth Watch, Environmental Threat, Extreme Weather Event, High-risk potential hazard zone, Landslide & geological deformation, Unprecedented Flooding, Unseasonable Weather Event | 20 Comments

Sun unleashes strong X 1.4 class solar flare

July 12, 2012 –SPACE – Big sunspot AR1520 unleashed an X1.4-class solar flare on July 12th at 1653 UT. Because the sunspot was directly facing Earth at the time of the blast, this is a geoeffective event. Stay tuned for … Continue reading

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Nine killed after avalanche strikes glaciated slope during ascent on Mont Maudit in French Alps

July 12, 2012 – EUROPE – Three Britons are among at least nine dead after an avalanche in the French Alps in the early hours of Thursday. A further two British climbers were still missing as search and rescue workers … Continue reading

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