Earthchanges: The Extinction Protocol Radio

Earthchanges The Extinction Protocol

December 5, 2013 Kabanjahe, INDONESIA –  The Lippo Group handed out the aid to refugees in Kabanjahe, North Sumatra, who have been evacuated following a series of eruptions by the Mount Sinabung volcano. “Lippo Group hopes the aid that we bring can ease the suffering experienced by people who have to evacuate because of Mount Sinabung eruption,” Lippo Group president director Theo L. Sambuaga said on Thursday. The company handed food, medicine, blankets and sanitary products to the evacuees. The Center for Volcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation (PVMBG) has recorded Sinabung’s increasing volatility since Nov. 1 — raising the alert level from “normal” to “high” on Nov. 3. Between Saturday evening and Sunday morning, the volcano became significantly more unstable, with at least nine eruptions in the short period prompting the alert level change. The PVMBG has urged the evacuation of thousands of residents of 19 villages within a 5-kilometer radius of the crater, as well as four other villages outside the range, to the southeast, citing the direction of the eruption. In its latest update, the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) said at least 6,300 people had been evacuated from around the 2,640-meter-high volcano, but that thousands more still had to be evacuated. Torrential rain in Berastagi around Sinabung led to tragedy on Saturday after the buildup of surface water triggered a landslide that killed nine people as authorities continued to patrol villages in the area. BNPB spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho urged everyone living in landslide-prone areas to be especially vigilant over the coming months as the rainy season increases the risk of destabilizing soil layers. –Jakarta Globe
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7 Responses to Earthchanges: The Extinction Protocol Radio

  1. Sébastien Matte says:

    Hello! Am I missing something or is there no link [ yet? ] to the radio? Is it online? If not, any ETA?

    thanks for your website, I read it regularly for years now 🙂


  2. Suzan says:

    Hi Alvin,

    How much of the planet is in the midst of winter storms? Scotland and East and Northern England are getting battered with 90 mph winds and coastal flooding. ALL rail travel across Scotland is suspended due to debris on the tracks.
    UK gales and storm surge – As it happened:


    • W

      “The winter seasons in the Northern hemisphere have turned notably more vicious- producing some of the largest cyclonic winter storm systems seen in living memory. The dramatic increase in the number and intensity of these storms is unprecedented to anything humanity has dealt with before. It is a significant signpost which testifies that the rapid nature of global climate change is now upon us.” -The Extinction Protocol, p. 139, 2009


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