Archive | March 1, 2014

**EXTREMELY URGENT**
MASSIVE DIP SPIKES ON THE MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 23:30 hrs UTC. FURTHER EARTHQUAKES, VOLCANO ACTIVITY & ADVERSE WEATHER PATTERNS WILL BE GREATLY INFLUENCED BY THE COSMIC RAYS STRIKING THE EARTH’S CORE

***BE ALERT***

Magnetogram 01.03.14  22.00 hrs UTC

**YELLOWSTONE REGION**

MAGNITUDE 2.1 WEST YELLOWSTONE, MT

http://www.seis.utah.edu/req2webdir/recenteqs/Quakes/uu60057882.html

Subject To Change

Depth: 8 km

Distances: West Yellowstone, MT – 28 km (17 miles) ENE (71 degrees)
Gardiner, MT – 33 km (20 miles) S (188 degrees)
Island Park, ID – 53 km (33 miles) ENE (59 degrees)
Big Sky, MT – 72 km (44 miles) SE (144 degrees)
Salt Lake City, UT – 453 km (282 miles) N (11 degrees)

2-degree map

**YELLOWSTONE REGION**

MAGNITUDE 2.9 WEST YELLOWSTONE, MT

http://www.seis.utah.edu/req2webdir/recenteqs/Quakes/uu60057887.html

Subject To Change

Depth: 1 km

Distances: West Yellowstone, MT – 21 km (13 miles) ENE (62 degrees)
Gardiner, MT – 34 km (21 miles) SSW (201 degrees)
Island Park, ID – 46 km (29 miles) NE (53 degrees)
Big Sky, MT – 67 km (42 miles) SSE (150 degrees)
Salt Lake City, UT – 452 km (281 miles) N (10 degrees)

2-degree map

MAGNITUDE 3.3 – CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION

Subject To Change

Depth: 46 km
Distances: Latitude, Longitude 28.2577 -15.3999 

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**URGENT PROTON ALERT**

PROTON PARTICLES HAVE DRAMATICALLY INCREASED. FURTHER EARTHQUAKES, VOLCANO ACTIVITY & ADVERSE WEATHER PATTERNS WILL BE GREATLY INFLUENCED BY THE COSMIC RAYS STRIKING THE EARTH’S CORE

***BE ALERT***

Proton Alert 01.03.14 13.44 hrs UTC

SEVERE WEATHER ALERT FOR USA

Winter storm expected to continue across California, bringing heaviest sustained rainfall in several years

Courtesy Of Al Jazeera Weather
***BE ALERT***

Plane Makes Emergency Landing At DFW Airport Due To Bird Strike, USA
 
Plane Emergency Landing

A bird strike caused a D.C.-bound American Airlines plane leaving from Dallas to have to make an emergency landing back in Dallas on Friday night, FAA officials confirmed with FOX 4.

AA Flight 1188 hit a flock of birds as it was taking off from DFW Airport at 6:23 p.m. 

The pilot declared an emergency landing, and the plane, an MD-80, returned to DFW Airport at 7:20 p.m.

A total of 123 passengers and five crew members were on board. After landing, the passengers boarded another flight.

There is reportedly minor damage to the plane’s left engine.

The plane is currently in the airport’s maintenance hangar.

Major Snowstorm To Strike Parts Of America
Winter Storm
A winter storm is expected to arrive in full force Sunday into Monday night, striking the area with sleet and intense snow accumulations of 6 inches or more.

The storm is predicted to affect millions of people as it makes its way from the West Coast to New England.

The National Weather Service (NWS) in Pittsburgh issued a winter storm warning for the area that went into effect Friday.

Lee Hendricks, NWS spokesman, said Fayette County residents can expect to wake up to rain and sleet Sunday morning, with possible snow accumulations in the afternoon.

Hendricks said the storm system is actually bringing in milder temperatures that will hit the mid-30s before falling into the upper 20s throughout the afternoon and late evening.

Hendricks said the snow is expected to taper off into flurries late Sunday night into Monday morning with temperatures dipping down to 5 or 10 degrees in the evening.

According to Hendricks, the remainder of the week appears to be dry until Thursday.

Say it isn't snow

Tropical Cyclone Kofi Intensifies On Exit
Cyclone Alert

TROPICAL depression 15F has developed into a Tropical Cyclone christened Kofi.

The category one storm was located about 220kilometres southeast of Lakeba at 3pm today.

TC Kofi is moving southeast at 25kmph and intensifying.

Mariners are being warned to steer clear of the storm, which is packing winds of 35 knots close to the centre increasing to about 50 knots.

Sinkhole Swallows Soldier’s Grave In Wales, UK
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The body of the First World War soldier Private Francis Ryan was lost when a 20ft-deep sinkhole opened up under his war grave.

Military bosses are now racing against time to save the Tommy’s headstone from falling down the giant black hole.

Private Ryan lost his life in 1915 after volunteering to fight for King and Country and serving in the 3rd Battallion, Kings Liverpool Regiment.

Since then he has lain in the quiet corner of a war cemetery beneath a single Scots Pine for almost a century.

RESCUE MISSION: Pembroke Dock is the only military cemetery in Wales

But last year a giant sinkhole opened up beneath his war grave in Pembroke Dock, West Wales.

The hole swallowed his coffin – leaving his military headstone teetering on the edge of a black hole.

A team of Ministry of Defence officials are now fighting to rescue Private Ryan’s remains in time for the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.

Pembroke Dock district parade marshal David Boswell said: “Mother Nature has taken over and when she opens up her body there is not much you can do.

“It’s a shame it’s happened but the MoD have looked into it and are trying to restore the grave to its original condition as soon as possible.

“This is the only military cemetery in Wales so will be nice to have it re-opened and ready for the centenary of the First World War.”

IMPORTANT: It is a mission reminiscent of the movie Saving Private Ryan

The MoD has so far failed to trace a living relative of Private Ryan – who was born in Longford, Ireland, in 1875.

He died aged 40 while serving in the reserve 3rd Battallion, Kings Liverpool Regiment, and stationed in Pembroke Dock, West Wales.

The war cemetery is the final resting place for 23 Commonwealth service personnel from the First World War and 51 from the Second World War.

An MoD spokeswoman said they want to avoid exhuming Private Ryan and plan to fill the sinkhole with grout mixture to stop his headstone falling in.

She said: “Work to fill in the sink hole is due to begin this week and is expected to be completed by the end of March.

“The chosen option does not involve any exhumation and the MOD is confident that work will be effective.

“However in the extremely unlikely event that the option chosen is not effective the MOD will have to consider other options some of which may involve exhumation.”