A staggering 32 earthquakes has hit the British Virgin Islands on the ring of fire, which is one of the most active areas for earthquakes on earth. The following is a long list of the earthquakes that took place in the area for 1/12/2013:
There were no reports of damages or loss of life to report for the earthquake swarm that took place today. What’s interesting is there is very little news about the earthquake swarm that took place today.
One of the many active volcanoes that we have highlighted has been erupting in Russia’s far east sending plumes of gas and ash high into the air, forming a lava lake. Just a quick note, on the right hand side of this website you will see a map of all the recent volcanic activity that is taking place. Back to the main story, the Plosky Tolbachik volcano is located in the Kamchatka peninsula, which is hundreds of miles from the nearest residential locations, which is the good news.
After 40 years of being dormant the volcano erupted all of the sudden on in November 2012. It doesn’t look like the eruptions will be ending any time soon according to many Russian officials.
Planet X can be a very touchy subject for some people, and some don’t want to talk about the subject. Sticking our head in the sand and not taking necessary measures has never been a good idea. Let’s use the toothache example, if you have a toothache and you don’t take care of it, it will get worse. Ignoring the potential problems that a celestial body could bring could have the same affects, and now is the time to be informed and ready for anything that could potentially take place.
You will rest well at night knowing that your family is taken care of, not everyone cares about preparedness and that is perfectly fine, we just want our readers to take note that natural disasters are taking place much more frequently, and with earthquakes near major fault zones, it’s a good idea to be prepared.