Archive | January 20, 2014

Energy levels from the earth’s core has accelerated due to the unbalance of polarity. This energy is causing turbulence to the four corners of earth.

As everything is a form of energy, the accelerated energy from the earth’s core is interacting in such a robust way where plane incidents, animal mass deaths, adverse climate conditions etc are on the increase.

MAGNITUDE 5.0 STATE OF YAP, MICRONESIA

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=354429

Subject To Change

Depth: 40 km

Distances: 1062 km SW of Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands / pop: 48,220 / local time: 03:33:54.0 2014-01-21
459 km NE of Koror Town, Palau / pop: 12,676 / local time: 02:33:54.0 2014-01-21

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**EXTREMELY URGENT**

A VERY STRONG INFLUX OF ENERGY WILL STRIKE THE MAGNETOSPHERE FROM THE 20th – 21st JANUARY 2014. FURTHER EARTHQUAKES, VOLCANO ACTIVITY AND ADVERSE WEATHER WILL BE GREATLY INFLUENCED BY THE COSMIC RAYS STRIKING THE EARTH’S CORE

**BE ALERT**

MAGNITUDE 5.2 STATE OF YAP, MICRONESIA

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=354410

Subject To Change

Depth: 20 km

Distances: 1067 km SW of Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands / pop: 48,220 / local time: 01:33:12.0 2014-01-21
454 km NE of Koror Town, Palau / pop: 12,676 / local time: 00:33:12.0 2014-01-21

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Over 100 Landslides Strike France & Italy After Intense Rainfall
Landslide Alert

Over the last few days northwestern Italy and southeastern France have been suffering from intense rainfall, triggering widespread landslides.Worst affected seems to the Liguria region of Italy, for which reports suggest that the highest level of alert has been issued.  I have been able to track down the following images of some of the landslides that the rainfall has triggered.

La Presse reports that over 100 landslides have been triggered in Liguria alone, and includes this image of one of them:

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Forecasters Eye Two Snow Events And Arctic Chill Coming Up This Week, USA
 
Weather Alert

The week could see two snowstorms or snow events that bring accumulating snow for the region along with dangerously-cold weather.

 

Forecasters are tracking a coastal storm that is expected to bring several inches to the region Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning.

 

“The greatest confidence (for snow) will be along the south-southeast shoreline,” the National Weather Service said on its website.

 

“Up to 5 inches is possible, especially well south of Boston,” said Storm Team 5’s Mike Wankum.

 

For much of the rest of the area, 2 to 4 inches of snow was predicted, but it was the promise of bitterly-cold weather that prompted the most serious warning.

 

“The combination of winds and arctic air will make for very cold windchill values that present the threat of frostbite and hypothermia Tuesday night into Wednesday morning,” the weather service said.

 

Wankum added that forecasters are watching another storm for Thursday night, though the track was uncertain.

 

“There is the possibility for significant snow. There is some question as to the strength of arctic air keeping the storm track south,” the weather service said.

MAGNITUDE 6.2 NORTH ISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=354258

Subject To Change

Depth: 28 km

Distances: 112 km NE of Wellington, New Zealand / pop: 381,900 / local time: 15:52:45.0 2014-01-20
34 km SE of Palmerston North, New Zealand / pop: 75,996 / local time: 15:52:45.0 2014-01-20

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Plane Makes Emergency Landing At Indy Airport, USA
Plane Emergency Landing
An airplane made an emergency landing at the Indianapolis International Airport Sunday afternoon.
 
Officials say a regional jet with 52 people on board landed safely just before 3 p.m. Carlo Bertolini with the Indianapolis International Airport says there was a report of a fuel pressurization issue.
 
The jet was a United Airlines aircraft, flight number 382. The plane was headed to Newark from Indianapolis, but returned to Indy.

Landslide Kills Woman In West Java 
Landslide Alert
A woman has been killed and her husband injured in a landslide in the Cisarua Disrtrict in West Java on Saturday 18 January 2013. Ai Toriah (40) and her husband Tatang, were working on their farm in Umur-umuran village when they were hit by the landslide at about 1.30 pm local time. Tatang was only partially buried and was dug out alive by his neighbours. 
The farm is understood to be located on a slope at the base of a hill, and has been cordoned off by the West Bandung Regional Disaster Management Board. January is peak rainy season in West Java, and landslides are a common problem at this time of year. Landslides are a common problem after severe weather events, as excess pore water pressure can overcome cohesion in soil and sediments, allowing them to flow like liquids. Approximately 90% of all landslides are caused by heavy rainfall. This problem has been made worse in West Java as expanding populations has led to people farming higher on hillslopes, in an area where soils tend to be volcanic in action and poorly consolidated (i.e. lack much cohesion), making them more prone to landslides.

Severe Flooding – One Dead & Hundreds Evacuated In France
RECORD RAINFALL
Flood Alert
One man died today and more than 150 people had to be airlifted to safety after floods struck southeastern France, local authorities said. 
A second man disappeared while out on his boat and 4,000 homes have been left without power after the inundations in the department of Var, they said. 
The victim, a 73-year-old man, died in his basement, local official Laurent Cayrel told a press conference. He added that there had been “record rainfall”. “The situation is very worrying, and it’s not going to get any better tonight (Sunday),” he said, with forecasts of more rainfall.
Around 155 people had been airlifted from the worst-hit areas and efforts to evacuate residents by boat were continuing. 
One local resident told how from her home she saw a huge wave sweep her empty car away before she was evacuated by helicopter with her five-year-old daughter. 
“It was really staggering,” she said. “We had called the fire brigade who told us to move the furniture upstairs…. We had very little time, the house flooded very quickly.”