In the Manhattan Beach area a 3.3 magnitude earthquake was recorded on Monday evening 10 miles from Manhattan Beach, according to the USGS. The depth of this earthquake was 6.8 miles.
In the last 10 days there have been 2 earthquakes magnitude 3.0 and greater in the area.
An early morning earthquake shook many residents awake at 4:05 a.m. Tuesday was stronger than average for the region, but not strong enough to cause damage to buildings or homes.
The world’s rarest whales were found dead on Opape Beach in New Zealand today. This particular whale was is so rare that nobody has ever seen this whale alive.
The type of whale that was found was a spade-toothed beaked whale, here is a photo of the whale:
In a paper published Tuesday in the journal “Current Biology,” researchers from New Zealand and the United States say of their discovery: “For the first time we have a description of the world’s rarest and perhaps most enigmatic marine mammal.”
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The second storm that is expected to hit the area effected by hurricane sandy is expected to veer farther offshore than earlier projections. New Jersey, New York, and coastal Virginia will see a storm surge of 3 feet, and there could be erosion problems expected for the area as well.
Worldwide Methane From Earth?
There was an interesting video that came to our attention, which talks about methane coming from the earth, you can watch this important video here:
Planet X Video