Daily Archives: December 10, 2013

BYU geologists discover ‘supervolcano’ in Utah: past eruption superseded Yellowstone

December 10, 2013 – UTAH – Geologists at Brigham Young University have discovered what may be the world’s largest “supervolcano” that erupted in Utah’s own backyard. While there are a variety of volcanoes that blast away in different ways, super … Continue reading

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Indonesia’s Sinabung volcano shaken by large eruption, ejects ash plume to 38,000 ft (12 km) altitude

December 10, 2013 – INDONESIA – After a relatively calm period, a large vulcanian explosion occurred at the volcano this morning (04:30 GMT). VAAC Darwin reports an ash plume to 38,000 ft (12 km) altitude drifting 50 nautical miles to … Continue reading

Posted in Earth Changes, Earth Watch, Earthquake Omens?, Environmental Threat, High-risk potential hazard zone, Magma Plume activity, Potential Earthchange hotspot, Seismic tremors, Signs of Magnetic Field weakening, Tectonic plate movement, Time - Event Acceleration, Volcanic Ash, Volcanic Eruption, Volcanic gas emissions, Volcano unrest, Volcano Watch | Leave a comment

NASA Spots Coldest Place on Earth in Antarctica at a Record -94.7C

December 10, 2013 – ANTARCTICA – NASA announced the discovery of the coldest place on Earth after examining global surface temperature data collected over a period of 32 years by remote sensing satellites including the new Landsat 8. The coldest … Continue reading

Posted in Climate unraveling, Earth Changes, Earth Watch, Extreme Weather Event, High-risk potential hazard zone, Magnetic pole migration, Record Cold temperatures, Record snowfall, Time - Event Acceleration | Leave a comment