Archive | July 26, 2015


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Depth: 13 km

Distances: 371 km N of Nuku‘alofa, Tonga / pop: 22,400 / local time: 11:42:12.9 2015-07-27
78 km N of Neiafu, Tonga / pop: 4,320 / local time: 11:42:12.9 2015-07-27

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Subject To Change

Depth: 9 km

Distances: 10km (6mi) NNE of Ouranopolis, Greece
48km (30mi) E of Polygyros, Greece
55km (34mi) WSW of Potos (Thassos), Greece
65km (40mi) SSW of Kavala, Greece
258km (160mi) SSE of Sofia, Bulgaria

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Depth: 16 km

Distances: 256 km NE of Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei / pop: 64,409 / local time: 00:10:12.2 2015-07-27
92 km E of Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia / pop: 457,326 / local time: 00:10:12.2 2015-07-27
37 km NE of Ranau, Malaysia / pop: 19,294 / local time: 00:10:12.2 2015-07-27

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Strong Typhoon Halola Lands On Japan Island

A strong typhoon made landfall on one of Japan’s main islands Sunday after high winds and heavy rain caused the cancellation of scores of domestic flights in the country’s southwest island chain.
Typhoon Halola, packing gusts up to 108 kilometres (67 miles) per hour, landed near Sasebo on the western island of Kyushu at around 7:00 pm (1000 GMT), the meteorological agency said.
The agency warned of strong winds and high waves in the region although the storm was expected to lose strength by early Monday.
The typhoon was moving northeast along the Japanese archipelago at a speed of 35 kilometres per hour, the agency said.
On Saturday the typhoon forced Japan’s All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines to cancel more than 70 flights in Okinawa and its neighbouring islands, affecting some 15,000 passengers, local media reported.
There have been no reports of injuries or damage to houses due to the storm.
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Undersea Volcano Called Kick ‘Em Jenny Rumbling off Grenada

Volcano Alert

An active underwater volcano off Grenada’s northern coast called Kick ’em Jenny was rumbling Thursday and regional disaster authorities were put on alert, though they said it posed no threat of triggering a destructive tsunami.
Since its discovery in the 1930s, Kick ’em Jenny has erupted beneath the surface of the Caribbean Sea at least 12 times, most recently in 2001. The volcano, which rises 1,300 meters (4,265 feet) above the seafloor on a steep slope of the Lesser Antilles ridge, hasn’t caused any known deaths or injuries.
The Seismic Research Center at the University of the West Indies said seismic activity had increased in the volcano, which sits 8 kilometers (5 miles) north of Grenada. Recreational divers have reported seeing some “degassing” on the seafloor off Grenada’s west coast as gas-rich magma bubbles.
Center researchers put the alert level at “orange,” which means an eruption could take place within 24 hours. An eruption would stir up high waves and heat surrounding waters to boiling temperatures. Scientists say the volcano can also shoot hot rocks up through the water column.
Under the alert, all boats must stay at least 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the volcano. Kick ’em Jenny poses the greatest threat to mariners since the gases it releases can lower the density of water so significantly vessels can lose buoyancy and sink.
Acting Prime Minister Elvin Nimrod said Kick ’em Jenny poses “no significant threat” to Grenada or other coastal communities on nearby islands for now.
“There is no need to move people away from coastlines,” he told reporters.
People were advised to go about their lives normally. But some were jittery as seismic activity ramped up, knocking out Internet service.
“People are just wondering what’s next,” said Kendel Mark, a resident of the outlying island of Carriacou.
In a 1939 eruption, Kick ’em Jenny shot a cloud of ash 270 meters (900 feet) above the sea surface. Its eruptions since then have been weaker.
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Tropical cyclone development is possible near Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico

The National Hurricane Center is tracking an area of low pressure that extends from the eastern Gulf of Mexico eastward across the Florida peninsula and into the adjacent Atlantic waters.
“Upper-level winds are forecast to be only marginally conducive for this system to acquire subtropical or tropical characteristics while it remains nearly stationary during the next several days,” the NHC said.
Heavy rainfall is expected across portions of the Florida peninsula through the weekend into early next week.
The area of low pressure has a 10 percent chance of development over the next five days.
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I have seen an increase on all levels and 80% of the population do not have a clue as the elite use various techniques to sway them away from what is really going on.

I can now say that the magnetic pole shift is in full swing with Planet X making it’s presence known with it’s magnetic pull.

Recently, 50 or so sharks were spotted in Sussex, UK, this in itself was very astonishing and surprising. This clearly means the magnetic pole shift has altered their navigation system greatly. This is only the tip of the iceberg.

I truly believe there will be a major announcement when the Pope visits America in September 2015.

Sometime between September – December 2015, the world should see Planet X clearly.

Planet X’s gravitational pull will be in FULL swing during March 2016.

NASA’s special space shuttle teams WILL NOT be able to divert Planet X’s passage in March 2016

My mission is to open the Door upon Doors for as many in the world to embrace with understanding.

Chemical Plant Fire kills 1 and injures 4 in NW China

26.07.15 China Chemical Fire
Heavy smoke is seen when a facility leaks and catches fire at the Qingyang Petrochemical Company owned by PetroChina in northwest China’s Gansu Province on July 26, 2015. [Photo:]
One person was killed, four were injured and another two are missing in a chemical plant fire in northwest China’s Gansu Province on Sunday, provincial authorities said.
A facility leaked and caught fire at the Qingyang Petrochemical Company owned by PetroChina at around 7 a.m. on Sunday, said the government of Qingyang City.
As of 11:55 a.m., the fire was extinguished without causing secondary accidents, it said.
Rescue and further investigation are under way.
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Scorching heatwave breaks record temperatures of 47C (116.6F) drag on in Xinjiang, China

Record High Temperatures

Record high temperatures will continue to scorch areas in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region over the next three days, the National Meteorological centre (NMC) said Saturday.
Temperatures will rise above 35 degrees Celsius in most areas of Xinjiang and the southern part will see record high temperatures of 44 to 47 degrees, said the NMC.
The “rare” heat was mainly caused by strong subtropical high pressure, it explained.
The region has been sweltering under a lingering heat wave over the past week, with temperatures climbing above 35 degrees in most areas, with some reaching 45 degrees, according to the NMC.
It warned there is a potential risk of heat stroke and suggested that outdoor work be suspended.
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Sweltering heatwave of 43C (109.4F) continues in Jordan

Heatwave Alert

More scorching weather is forecast today as the kingdom continues to bake in a sweltering heatwave which pushed temperatures well beyond their seasonal average by 4 to 5 degrees Celsius.
The weather will remain hot across the kingdom while the southern port city of Aqaba is set to see mercury levels breaking the 40 degrees Celsius barrier to reach 43 degrees Celsius.
The highs will remain in the 36-37 degrees Celsius vicinity in Amman and in the kingdom’s highlands, north and south, the Jordan Meteorological Department says in its daily update.
This is the first major heat wave to hit the kingdom this summer. Over the past three months, temperatures remained around their seasonal average and even below average sometimes.
No heat-related incidents have been reported so far but authorities continue to warn of sunstrokes and advise citizens to avoid direct sunshine especially at peak hours.
In such conditions, people are advised to drink plenty of fluids to ensure their bodies maintain efficient hydration all the time. People’s reliance on air conditioners and fans pushed the national power grid’s load to 2,500 megawatts on Friday and is set to reach 2,800 megawatts today and a record-high of 3,000 megawatts on Sunday, the government-owned electricity company said. The kingdom’s maximum electric power load is 4,000 megawatts.
Despite the heat it brought, the current heat wave, originating from the Indian subcontinent, remains less biting of that of 2010 when temperature hit 40 degrees Celsius in Amman.
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