Archive | April 27, 2014

**EXTREMELY URGENT**MASSIVE DIP SPIKE ON THE MAGNETOSPHERE

MASSIVE DIP SPIKE ON THE MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 21:45 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 27.04.14  21.48 hrs UTC

Plane crash lands at Woodbine airport, USA

Plane Crash Alert

Woodbine plane crash

State Police are investigating an accident at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Woodbine Municipal Airport in which a small plane apparently overturned upon landing.

A witness at the scene, Harry Scheeler Jr., of Woodbine, said nobody was seriously injured.

Police in the Woodbine barracks said troopers were on the scene, but they had no immediate details about the accident. Scheeler said rescue crews found the single-engine plane resting upside down on one of the airport’s two runways.

The Belleplain Rescue Squad also responded.

Plane crash injures 3 in Nowata County, USA

Plane Crash Alert

Three people were injured after a small plane crashed Sunday afternoon in Nowata County, officials said.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said it received a report from the sheriff’s office indicating a plane crashed around the intersection of county roads 406 and 5. The crash was reported just before 1:30 p.m. slightly north of Wann, deputies said.

The Federal Aviation Administration has been informed about the situation and is in contact with Nowata County, deputies said.

South Coffeyville Emergency Management personnel said Coffeyville, Kan., EMS transported three people from the scene for treatment nearby, and all are stable as of Sunday afternoon. The aircraft could carry up to four passengers, they said.

Wann is about 20 miles northeast of Bartlesville.

FAA public affairs spokesman Lynn Lunsford said the plane, a Beechcraft BE-36 with N-number N3078Y, was en route to Claremore Regional Airport when the pilot reported engine trouble. The plane crashed shortly afterward, he said.

FAA records indicate the plane is registered to Dakota N8465S LLC, located in Montgomery, Ala. A FlightAware tracker shows the plane flew out of Washington County Memorial Airport in Washington, Kan., just after noon. It was supposed to land in Shawnee but was diverted to Claremore, and it had a projected arrival time of 1:58 p.m., records show.

The FAA is investigating the crash, Lunsford said.

Ex-NASA science expert blasts global warming theory

Tallbloke's Talkshop

'And another thing...' ‘And another thing…’

Breitbart London reports:

‘A former NASA scientist has described global warming as “nonsense”, dismissing the theory of man-made climate change as “an unsubstantiated hypothesis” and saying that it is “absolutely stupid” to blame the recent UK floods on human activity.’

Oh dear, Dame Slingo of the MetO won’t like that.

And there’s more…

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AFGHANISTAN FLOODING KILLS MORE THAN 100 IN NORTH

Flood Alert

Afghanistan Flood

An official says flooding in northern Afghanistan has killed more than 100 people and driven hundreds more from their homes.

The Afghan National Army was using helicopters to rescue people trapped by the waters and ferry food and water to remote areas.

The Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority official said Sunday that that 111 dead bodies have been found so far form Sari Pul, Zawzjan, Faryab and Badghis provinces. Around 20 other people are still missing. The official spoke by telephone on condition of anonymity because he is not an authorized spokesman.

The floods were fed by heavy rains late in the week. The official said about 1,000 people have fled their villages, after losing their houses, crops and livestock.

Britain faces climate chaos from toxic Icelandic volcano blast

Iceland’s Krafla volcano generates a fissure eruption — but on a far smaller scale than the Laki event

BRITAIN’S greatest future threat may come not from flooding, terrorism or economic collapse but from a supervolcano erupting in Iceland, a Cabinet Office report is to warn ministers.

Such an eruption would blanket the UK and northern Europe with ash and toxic fumes, creating climatic chaos — including roastingly hot summers and bitterly cold winters, a cycle that could last several years, the report will warn.

The alert emerged from a study commissioned by the Cabinet Office from scientists at the Met Office, British Geological Survey (BGS), and the universities of Leeds, Edinburgh and others.

The scientists, who will detail their findings at the European Geosciences Union annual meeting in Vienna this week, found that such eruptions had happened before. The last was in 1783 but Iceland has produced at least three other large ones and more than 200 smaller ones in the last 1,130 years.

MAGNITUDE 5.1 KEP. TANIMBAR REGION, INDONESIA

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usb000q1cz#summary

Subject To Change

Depth: 68 km

Distances: 173km (107mi) WSW of Tual, Indonesia
409km (254mi) SE of Amahai, Indonesia

439km (273mi) SE of Ambon, Indonesia
561km (349mi) SW of Nabire, Indonesia

681km (423mi) ENE of Dili, East Timor

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MAGNITUDE 5.1 LAKE BAYKAL REGION, RUSSIA

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usb000q1c1#summary

Subject To Change

Depth: 15 km

Distances: 208km (129mi) WNW of Da Qaidam Hu, China
277km (172mi) NW of Golmud He, China

398km (247mi) WNW of Delingha Sui, China
438km (272mi) WSW of Laojunmiao, China

1252km (778mi) NNE of Thimphu, Bhutan

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MAGNITUDE 5.1 BOUGAINVILLE REGION, P.N.G.

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usb000q1at#summary

Subject To Change

Depth: 89 km

Distances: 64km (40mi) SW of Panguna, Papua New Guinea
76km (47mi) SW of Arawa, Papua New Guinea

408km (254mi) SE of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea
561km (349mi) ESE of Kimbe, Papua New Guinea

614km (382mi) WNW of Honiara, Solomon Islands

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MAGNITUDE 5.1 NORTHERN QINGHAI, CHINA

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usb000q1ah#summary

Subject To Change

Depth: 16 km

Distances: 208km (129mi) WNW of Da Qaidam Hu, China
277km (172mi) NW of Golmud He, China

398km (247mi) WNW of Delingha Sui, China
438km (272mi) WSW of Laojunmiao, China

1252km (778mi) NNE of Thimphu, Bhutan

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