Archive | December 5, 2014

MAGNITUDE 5.6 YUNNAN, CHINA

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Depth: 10 km

Distances: 301 km SW of Kunming, China / pop: 1,023,674 / local time: 02:43:47.2 2014-12-06
252 km NW of Phôngsali, Laos / pop: 13,500 / local time: 01:43:47.2 2014-12-06
152 km N of Jinghong, China / pop: 62,105 / local time: 02:43:47.2 2014-12-06


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MEGA DIP SPIKES ON THE MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 22:00, 22:15 hrs UTC SUPER TYPHOON TO INTENSIFY

**EXTREMELY URGENT**
SUPER TYPHOON TO INTENSIFY
 Red Alert Issued
   MEGA DIP SPIKES ON THE MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 22:00, 22:15 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 05.12.14  22.08 hrs UTC

MAGNITUDE 5.2 MOLUCCA SEA

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Depth: 66 km

Distances: 159km (99mi) NNW of Kota Ternate, Indonesia
160km (99mi) NW of Ternate, Indonesia
161km (100mi) W of Tobelo, Indonesia
166km (103mi) ENE of Bitung, Indonesia
1057km (657mi) SW of Koror Town, Palau  


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MAGNITUDE 5.0 IZU ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION

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Depth: 4 km

Distances: 549 km SE of Yokohama-shi, Japan / pop: 3,574,443 / local time: 21:35:49.6 2014-12-05
494 km SE of Tateyama, Japan / pop: 50,064 / local time: 21:35:49.6 2014-12-05


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MAGNITUDE 5.1 BANDA SEA

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Depth: 253 km

Distances: 354 km NE of Dili, East Timor / pop: 150,000 / local time: 19:43:56.5 2014-12-05
1979 km SE of Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei / pop: 64,409 / local time: 18:43:56.5 2014-12-05
2098 km W of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea / pop: 283,733 / local time: 20:43:56.5 2014-12-05


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MAGNITUDE 4.5 ICELAND REGION

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Depth: 2 km

Distances: 199 km E of Reykjavík, Iceland / pop: 113,906 / local time: 03:03:53.0 2014-12-05
120 km S of Akureyri / pop: 16,563 / local time: 03:03:00.0 2014-12-05

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MAGNITUDE 4.6 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY

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Depth: 5 km

Distances: 88 km W of İzmir, Turkey / pop: 2,500,603 / local time: 23:16:29.2 2014-12-04
66 km SW of Mytilíni, Greece / pop: 28,322 / local time: 23:16:29.2 2014-12-04
26 km N of Chíos, Greece / pop: 23,953 / local time: 23:16:29.2 2014-12-04
11 km NW of Oinoússai, Greece / pop: 1,182 / local time: 23:16:29.2 2014-12-04


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MASSIVE CROSSOVER SPIKES ON THE MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 23:00, 23:30, 00:00, 00:30, 01:00 hrs UTC

**EXTREMELY URGENT**
   MASSIVE CROSSOVER SPIKES ON THE MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 23:00, 23:30, 00:00, 00:30, 01:00 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 05.12.14  00.49 hrs UTC

25,000 fish killed ‘due to storm surge’ in Norfolk and Suffolk, England

Fish Kill Alert

It’s estimated around 25,000 fish died as a result of Tuesdays storm, the majority of those, about 20,000 in one dyke at Acle.

Strong winds and high tides led to some serious flooding witnessed by holidaymakers

    “Hundreds and hundreds of dead fish, mainly small ones, just floating up the rivers. The seagulls were having a whale of a time but yes it was a great shame but apparently it was caused by the tidal surge and the salt water coming into the river.”

– Mandy Thomas, Holidaymaker

The Salt water incursion killed the freshwater fish.

Fish specialists at the Environment Agency have been on the River Thurne in Norfolk monitoring the current levels of seawater and checking fish stocks.

Angling is worth around a hundred million pounds to the local economy.

    “A lot of the anglers who’ve been around and fishing for say 40 or 50 years have said quite regularly the fishing now is as good as its ever been which is fantastic and whilst it’s always sad to see these fish mortalities on the whole we’re very hopeful that next year the fishing will be very very good.”

– Steve Lane, Environment Agency

The Environment Agency are also checking a boatyard in Potter Heigham.

Sonar equipment on their boat gives them an accurate assessment of what’s underneath.

    “Seeing some of the effects of the saline incursion yesterday were pretty heart wrenching at times and obviously we want to do as much as we can for the fish to try and hep them survive.”

In Loddon anglers found there wasn’t a shortage of fish in the River Chet as they were taking refuge trying to escape the salt water.

    “There was more fish than there was water really, it was just solid with fish, big fish and small. There was a lot of good fish and there was some young boys up there catching big fish, they were just fighting over each other to get out of the salt.”

– George King, Angler

Anglers are being urged to tell the Environment Agency is they see any signs of dead fish.

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Large die off of fish found floating on a river in Muriae, Brazil

Peixes mortos rio de Muriaé (Foto: Silvan Alves/silvanalves.com.br)

The heat may have caused the death of fish that were found in Rio Muriaé on Monday (20) in Muriaé Center in Zona da Mata. The resident Luiz Felipe Souza works close to where the fish were, in Prainha, where there is the meeting of the rivers Muriaé and Black, known as “Remanso”. He said he did not need the amount of animals that were lifeless. “There were many. And the water was very dark and shallow. It never happened, “he said. The municipal secretary of Environment, Juliana Guarino, believes that the excess heat from the low water level caused the carnage. The removal of dead fish was taken on the morning of Tuesday (21).

Also according to the resident, the water was smelly. “We have a hose that is used with water taken from the river. The hose could not be used yesterday (Monday, 21) because of it, “he complained. 

The removal of dead fish was carried out by the Municipal Environment, with support from Environment Environment Police, firefighters and Municipal Department of Urban Sanitation (Demsur). According to the municipal secretary of Environment, Juliana Guarino, water analyzes will be done to detect what may have occurred. She believes that the excess heat from the low water level caused the carnage. “The biggest suspicion is that really the lack of rain, with the low level of the river, has generated little oxygen on site. Fish seek this oxygenation, but are not managing, “he explained. It is expected that the test results be disclosed within five business days.

On the bad smell in the water, the secretariat explained that the problem is caused by the lack of a proper sewage treatment in the city. “When it lowers the volume of water, there is no movement, the sewer is stopped and gives the smell,” he said. Juliana Guarino also said that cleaning was done in the river on Tuesday morning and the staff made the move in the waters to try to reduce the problems.

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