Highest Radiation Levels Ever Detected At Fukushima
The highest radiation levels ever detected in the Fukushima planet has reached 63,000 becquerels of radioactive materials such as beta rays, and strontium 90, have been found in the groundwater, which is the highest level at the well head according to Tepco.
There are no measures being taken to prevent tainted water in the well from flowing into the sea at the time.
All of Japan is contaminated, gov’t covering up enormous exposures to public; Epidemic is just beginning — Evacuee: We are in fact dying in Fukushima; What happened to us will soon affect all Japanese people – Enenews.com
8 Foot Deep Sinkhole In Phoenix
An 8 foot deep sinkhole was discovered at the intersection of K and Houston streets in Phoenix Arizona. According to superintendent David Garner the sinkhole could have been caused by the recent rains the area has experienced, as well as snow storms. –www.muskogeephoenix.com
A power outage was reported in Cathedral city today, as the power was restored to all but 11 of the 500 customers without electricity on Sunday. www.mydesert.com
Power was recently restored on Monday after a power outage resulted in 12,000 customers being left in the dark at Cliffside Park, North Bergen and Fairview. –abclocal.go.com
If you enjoy pecan pies you might be in for a shock on the sticker price, as drought conditions have caused pecans to be short in supply. One store has priced pecans for $30, but you can bake your own for $15.00 at the time. – source
Fireballs On The Rise
The geminid yearly meteor shower does put on quite the show, as one shower watcher had this to say:
“The Geminids, I think, are frequently the best showers of the year,” said Chris Peterson, who operates the Cloudbait Observatory in Guffey and is a research associate at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. “The Perseids in August tend to get most of the publicity, but I think that’s because they’re in August. It’s warmer, so more people see them.” www.timescall.com
While the Geminid meteor shower is a yearly event, there is one fact, that cannot be debated. People have been reporting a rapid increase in sightings of fireballs, and the image below from the data given by the American Meteor society absolutely proves this fact.
Here is a video which highlights some of just a few of the fireball events that have taken place in 2013, keep in mind these are not just shooting stars, notice the angle in which these fireballs are coming into earths atmosphere.
Here is an image of some of the fireballs from Nasa’s all sky fireball network:
We have 9 reports of fireballs according to the american meteor society for 12/17/2013
Extreme Weather Events
The dailymail article yesterday reported on rasberries growing in December, which is abnormal, and further evidence of the earths severe wobble. Due to the influence of planet X, the earths seasons have started to blend, causing raspberries to blossom earlier than normal, and snow in Egypt.
We take predictions with specific dates with a grain of salt in many cases, but just in case, we will highlight a video posted by Alien Tv news on an object that will supposedly hit earth, here is the video below:
An hour ago we had an earthquake in Ferndale California which measured 4.2 in magnitude in California’s’ far north coast region.
There were no reports of damages or loss of life according to the Humboldts County sheriff’s office. The earthquake was
recorded at 5:28 A.m and was centered in the ocean 16 miles west-northwest of Ferndale and 21 miles west-southwest of Eureka.
The following is a list of earthquakes for 12/17/2o13
|10||M||5.9||A||MARIANA ISLANDS REGION|
|4.7||M||MARIANA ISLANDS REGION|
|5.1||A||KEPULAUAN TALAUD, INDONESIA|
|4.9||A||MARIANA ISLANDS REGION|
|4.8||M+||FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS|
|4.8||M+||MARIANA ISLANDS REGION|
|4.6||M+||SOUTH OF FIJI ISLANDS|
Earths New Volcano Picks Up In Activity
The Nishino Shima volcano in Japan has seen activity pickup at the new island, and has apparently picked up in strength again.
Shiveluch volcano in Kamchatka – Several ash plumes reaching 17,000 feet in altitude have been detected by VAAC tokyo in the past 24 hours.
At the Sinabung volcano in Sumatra Indonesia there has been an increase in seismic activity.The Fuego volcano in Guatemala has remained at an elevated but stable level, as the lava flow has picked up in its length.
Etna volcano (Italy) – An unusual paroxysm is over, and the lava effusion has ceased for the most part. Even though activity has dropped, a small fissure has now opened on the lower North East side of the cone.