A small earthquake struck southern Adrondacks about 15 miles west of Lake George. This earthquake was detected before 11 p.m Sunday.
The Adirondacks are one of the more active regions in the Northeast, with damage-causing earthquakes in 2002,2003 and in 1944.
The strong earthquakes that took place in Indonesia was felt more than 600km away in Darwin, Australia. Even though the powerful 7.2 eathquake took place in Banda Sea off Indonesia, it was felt 600km away.
According to Mark Leonard an Australian senior seismologist the earthquake was the largest to hit the Banda Arc in 7 years time.
Here are some of the social media messages that were posted after the large quake:
It woke up residents in Darwin with several taking to social media to report the tremor.
“Did you feel that earthquake too?” asked one on Facebook.
“Woke, me up .. the whole house was rocking,” said another.
Territorians jumped on to the NT News Facebook to share their quake experiences, some even as it was happening.
“I’m on a 5th floor apartment and it woke me up,” posted Kylie Nicholson from the CBD.
“I’m out on Croker Island… brought back memories of 2011 Christmas in Christchurch… scary,” wrote Clare Schoeller.
“Oh my god, it sounded like a train,” said Shelley Carter in suburban Jingili.
Overnight staff at the Darwin weather bureau evacuated their third-storey office while the building shook.
Duty forecaster Angeline Prasad says the tremor was the strongest she has felt.
“The building started shaking and it just became worse,” she said.
“It is the worst tremor I’ve felt in Darwin.
“When things started falling off shelves we decided to go to an evacuation point, which is outside the building.”
One of the most amazing displays on earth is currently taking place in Hawaii for a short time only.
Lava from Kilauea Volcano’s Puu Oo Vent has been spilling into the ocean since late November – creating spectacular 40ft waterfalls of molten lava.
Many tour operators have ramped up the number of tours in order to meet the increased demand, which has seen people travel from around the world in order to catch a glimpse of the action.
Here is more footage from Kilauea:
In Russia, the erupting Plosky Tolbachik volcano in Russia’s far easturn Kamchatka peninsula is spilling a record 1,2000 tonnes of lava every second, according to seismologists.
The 3,085-metre Plosky Tolbachik, which is part of a volcanic complex located 343 km from the region’s capital of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, erupted November 27th for the first time in 36 years.
“During the Great Tolbachik Fissure Eruption in 1975, the volcano spilled on average 40 cubic metres of magma per second while at present its productivity is about 400 cubic metres or 1,200 tonnes per second,” said Gennady Karpov, deputy director of the Institute of Volcanology and Seismology under the Russian Academy of Sciences. –indiatvnews.com
New Planet X Video
The time to begin preparing is absolutely right now, ahead of time. As the Typhoon in the Philippines has shown preparation is very important. At the current time, there are people begging for food in the streets as farmers have been devastated, and the parts of the population waits on the government to drop food down in the country so families can eat.
“I’ve been here for a long time. I am hungry and my children need food,” one angry woman yelled as she pushed her way to the front. –thesundaily.my
On top of the typhoon that has devastated the Philippines there is still worldwide flooding taking place that is wiping coast lines and displacing millions of people, yet, you will never hear a word about what it is taking place on your local television program or most mainstream media news.
So when is planet X coming? And when will we see it in the sky if it’s really here? Well, J.R Moore Puts it best in his most recent earth change Video on youtube: