Monday, 25 February 2013

Arizona: 150 meters of the stretch of Highway 89 are collapsed



PHOENIX (CBS5) - About 150 meters of the stretch of Highway 89 are collapsed last wednesday.In accord with department of Arizona's transportation the incident may have been caused by a "geological event"
The road 'plummeted to 526 th mile just 2.5 miles north of the intersection with Highway 89, about 25 miles to the south, according to a spokesman dell'ADOT the event is not linked to the phenomena of infiltration storm.
The highway was closed in both directions indefinitely and there is no present estimate of when it reopens. 

Friday, 15 February 2013

Meteorite fragments rain down on Russia: 900 injuries reported; force of an atomic bomb


Large fireball blazes a trail through the sky over Russia. The trail of a falling object is seen above an apartment block in Chelyabinsk, Russia, on Friday in an image taken from video.
February 15, 2013 – SIBERIA Bright objects, tentatively identified as fragments of a meteorite, streaked through the sky in western Siberia early on Friday, accompanied by a boom that damaged buildings across a vast swath of territory. Around 500 people were reported to have been injured, most from

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

The Prophecies of St. Malachy, the end of Religion




Saint Malachy (1094 - November 2, 1148) was known as great prophet. While in Rome in 1139 he received a vision showing him all the Popes from his day to the end of time. According to these prophecies, only two Popes remaining after John Paul II.


St. Malachy was reported to have possessed the powers of levitation, healing, and clairvoyance. While on his way to the Vatican to assume the post of papal legate for Ireland, he fell into trance

Friday, 8 February 2013

Violent seismic crisis in the islands Santa Cruz, new M 7.0 earthquake!


February 8, 2013 - Continued seismic crisis in the South Pacific, at 16:26 and Italian 'was recorded yet another violent earthquake in the Solomon Islands and Santa Cruz, The earthquake of magnitude 7.0 and' took place at a depth 'of 10 km . Authorities' government of the Solomon Islands and Santa Cruz have declared a state of national emergency.

Thursday, 7 February 2013

THE HERRING APOCALYPSE - 30,000 TONNES OF FISH WORTH MILLIONS IN EXPORTS DIE IN ICELANDIC LAKE!


February 05, 2013 - ICELAND - Stretching as far as the eye can see, dead herring blanket the ground in these chilling pictures taken today.  It is not yet known what is causing the mass fish deaths in Iceland, but today's grim find is the second such occurrence in two months.  

The herring, weighing an estimated 25,000 to 30,000 tonnes and worth £18.9million, were found floating dead

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Campi Flegrei supervolcano raising anxiety among Italian residents


February 5, 2013  NAPLES, ITALY  A restive supervolcano west of Naples is raising nervousness in the local Italian population. The ground of the Campi Flegrei “burning fields,” also known as the Phlegraean Fields, has risen more in recent weeks than it has in a long time. This does not necessary indicate a heightened risk of an eruption, however, said Thomas Wiersberg, a scientific drilling expert for the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam. The Phlegraean Fields are a large caldera, or volcanic crater, lying mostly underwater off the Italian coast. The caldera is thought to have been formed by a massive eruption some 35,000 to 40,000 years ago. The last major eruption in the fields of boiling mud and sulphurous steam holes, one of a few dozen super volcanoes worldwide, occurred in 1538. Wiers
berg is part of an international research team that began drilling into the ground not far from the caldera last summer to monitor possible early warning signs of an eruption. The team has drilled a pilot hole to a depth of 500 meters but no data has been gathered yet, Wiersberg said in an interview with dpa. Italy’s Department of Civil Protection recently raised the alert level for the Phlegraean Fields, where Wiersberg said the ground was rising by about three centimeters a month. There are concerns that a magma chamber under the fields, presumably connected to the one under Mount Vesuvius, east of Naples, is filling up, the rising pressure possibly heightening the danger of an eruption. As Wiersberg pointed out, however, the two episodes of considerable ground uplift since the 1960s were not followed by an eruption. The uplift in the early 1970s, about 1.50 meters in three years, was somewhat greater than the current one, he said. “Many houses cracked,” after which the ground deformation sharply subsided, Wiersberg said. “But it’s true that the uplift has increased again during the past two or three months.” An eruption could have serious consequences for the heavily populated region with knock-on effects for the whole of Europe. There could also be worldwide impact, for example in the form of climatic changes. No forecasts have been made thus far. Since super volcanoes seldom undergo massive eruptions, empirical data is lacking. “It’s easy to assert there’ll be an eruption sometime. That doesn’t help us, though. We need more specific information,” Wiersberg said. He said the drilling project aimed in part to monitor the Phlegraean Fields over the long term and gain more knowledge of what had occurred earlier in the super volcano. “First we’ve got to understand what’s happening under the surface,” Wiersberg said. Then it may be possible to say more about the likelihood of an eruption. Fears of nearby residents, and some scientists, that the drilling could “awaken” the super volcano have proved to be unfounded. “Technically, everything went smoothly. No additional volcanic activities were triggered, nor were there any problems with gases or fluids,” he noted. It has not yet been decided when the scientists will continue their project and begin drilling to a depth of 3km. “At the moment it’s mainly a financial question,” Wiersberg said. –News 24

8.0 magnitude earthquake shakes Santa Cruz Islands: wipes out three villages


February 5, 2013 – SOLOMON ISLANDS - An earthquake measuring 8.0 magnitude struck southeast of the Solomon Islands on Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. ABC News.net reports three villages were wiped out on the Santa Cruz Islands. The earthquake struck at the fairly shallow depth of 28.7 km (17.8 miles), and a tsunami warning was issued for the region. This is the second largest earthquake to ever strike the Solomon Island region and the strongest to hit the region in almost 40 years. The largest earthquake to ever strike the region was an 8.1 magnitude earthquake that struck 104 km from Honiara Makira, Solomon Islands on April 21, 1977. However, today’s 8.0 magnitude earthquake was some 581 km (361 miles) ESE of Honiara, Solomon Islands and represents a new geologically-agitated tension spot. The quake was followed by two powerful aftershocks, a 6.4 and 6.6. This is now the ninth major earthquake to strike this region since January 31, 203. –The Extinction Protocol – ABC