Archive | June 13, 2014

MAGNITUDE 5.8 SOUTHERN MID ATLANTIC RIDGE

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=385123

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Depth: 33 km

Distances: 3755 km SE of Montevideo, Uruguay / pop: 1,270,737 / local time: 16:30:34.3 2014-06-13
3816 km SW of Windhoek, Namibia / pop: 268,132 / local time: 20:30:34.3 2014-06-13
3938 km SE of Buenos Aires, Argentina / pop: 13,076,300 / local time: 16:30:34.3 2014-06-13

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MAGNITUDE 5.0 EASTERN KASHMIR

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=385071

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Depth: 47 km

Distances: 196 km NE of Gujrānwāla, Pakistan / pop: 1,384,471 / local time: 18:32:53.9 2014-06-13
110 km SE of Srīnagar, India / pop: 975,857 / local time: 19:02:53.9 2014-06-13
14 km NW of Kishtwār, India / pop: 20,553 / local time: 19:02:53.9 2014-06-13

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MAGNITUDE 5.0 GUATEMALA

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=385052

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Depth: 92 km

Distances: 85 km SW of Guatemala City, Guatemala / pop: 994,938 / local time: 06:26:34.3 2014-06-13
43 km W of Escuintla, Guatemala / pop: 103,165 / local time: 06:26:34.3 2014-06-13
24 km W of La Democracia, Guatemala / pop: 5,479 / local time: 06:26:34.3 2014-06-13
14 km E of Nueva Concepción, Guatemala / pop: 11,121 / local time: 06:26:34.3 2014-06-13

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PROTON PARTICLES HAVE SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASED

**URGENT PROTON ALERT**

PROTON PARTICLES HAVE SIGNIFICANTLY 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 13.06.14 07.55 hrs UTC

PROTON PARTICLES HAVE DRAMATICALLY INCREASED

**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 13.06.14 07.51 hrs UTC

Sudden dust storm disrupts power supply in most Lucknow areas, India

Dust Storm Alert

Power supply in almost all localities of the city went off for almost two hours following a sudden dust storm. Areas which felt the impact most included the posh Dalibagh, Jopling Road, Rana Pratap Marg, Hazratganj, Ashok Marg, Gomtinagar, besides other parts of the city. According to power officials, the feeders were switched off as a precautionary measure after the dust storm. Power supply was restored at around 8pm after the storm had blown over, but till 9pm, localities getting electricity from overhead wires had no electricity.
 
Supply to various localities in New Cantonment, Telibagh and Rae Bareli road was affected for almost five hours after a eucalyptus tree fell on a 33KV line. Power supply to areas in the vicinity of Ambedkar University was also affected. It took power personnel almost two-and-half hours to remove the trunk and restore supply. Incidents of tree trunks falling on wires were reported from also Mahatma Gandhi Marg and Vidhan Sabha Marg.
 
Residents of Utratia protested against erratic power supply in the area’s sub-station on Thursday. They alleged that despite repeated reminders about overloading on the 630KVA transformer, power authorities did not taken any step to rectify the fault. Late Wednesday night, the transformer had caught fire, thereby disrupting electricity supply in the area. Power supply was restored eventually at 9am on Thursday.
 
Residents of LDA Colony, Sector-H, late Thursday night gheraoed the sub-station after power supply in the area was disrupted at around 6pm. According to eyewitnesses, police force was called in to control the angry protestors, who allegedly tried to enter the sub-station. In Vikasnagar area, local residents clashed with power officials.

Warn of possible eruption of the volcano in El Salvador Chaparrastique

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Salvadoran officials warned Thursday about the possibility that the Chaparrastique volcano, located in the department of San Miguel (this), again have a rash as it had in December and February last year, because in the last hours has activity increased “significantly”, why ask the public and municipal bodies to take preventive measures.
Civil Protection director Jorge Melendez, said vibrations volcano have reached “values ​​considered extremely strong” by experts and authorities that oversee the colossus. He noted that due to the strong activity, “he believes there is a high probability of eruptive activity, either by the central crater or flanks.”
Melendez issued “a warning to the entire department of San Miguel under orange alert” or high risk that is in force in that area since the first eruption, December 29, 2013, however, so far not been ordered the evacuation of residents and the suspension of classes in neighboring municipalities volcano, the official said.
After the eruption of 29 December, which caused no casualties or serious damage, the Chaparrastique has continued to produce seismic activity spewing gas and ash.On 20 May, the authorities of El Salvador began the evacuation of thousands of people before the increased volcanic activity Chaparrastique and an order was issued to suspend classes due to the danger of avalanches provoke rain of ash and other materials deposited from the eruption of December.
On February 12, the volcano spewed a new plume of ash and gas about 500 feet high, which the authorities categorized as a second eruption.

Severe Hailstorm Strikes Abilene, Texas, USA

Large hail pummeled parts of Abilene Thursday, as a severe thunderstorm passed through around 6 p.m.
 
Countless cars and buildings suffered damaged or broken windows, especially on the city’s north side.
 
The storm hit just as people and vendors were gathered downtown for Artwalk and the CALF festival.
 
Hendrick Medical Center confirmed that some people were treated for minor injuries due to hail, and many of the hospital’s patients were moved away from windows as a precaution.

MAGNITUDE 5.2 PAKISTAN

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usc000rewv#summary

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Depth: 25 km

Distances: 70km (43mi) W of Khuzdar, Pakistan
97km (60mi) SSW of Surab, Pakistan

114km (71mi) SSE of Kharan, Pakistan
162km (101mi) NNW of Bela, Pakistan

822km (511mi) SSW of Kabul, Afghanistan

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MAGNITUDE 5.0 IZU ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usc000rewk#summary

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Depth: 26 km

Distances: 340km (211mi) SE of Hachijo-jima, Japan
524km (326mi) SSE of Tateyama, Japan
527km (327mi) SSE of Katsuura, Japan
529km (329mi) SSE of Kawaguchi, Japan
603km (375mi) SSE of Tokyo, Japan

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