U.S Geological Survey

At 9:55 A.m today, there was a widespread earthquake felt in Southern California late Monday morning with no immediate reports of damages or loss of life. The quake which took place about 25 miles north of Anza, was not likely to cause any serious damage due to the low seismicity of the earthquake.

” Susie Bride, a cashier at Cahuilla Mountain Market and Cafe in Anza, said the quake seemed to last awhile but didn’t do any damage to the business. “It kind of shook and then I thought, `God, is that an earthquake?’ It kind of shook and then it rolled a little bit and then it shook again,” she said.”

“The ground was definitely shaking and a couple things fell over on my bookshelves,” Hamilton Elementary School principal Carol Robilotta said. “Some of them, it’s the first one…it gave us a chance for us to discuss it.”

After the earthquake took place in southern California there was more than 100 aftershocks that radiated northeast, of the San Jacinto fault, according U.S Geological Survey. One of the bigger aftershocks measured 3.2 in magnitude, and struck less than a minute after the first earthquake event.

Here is a list of magnitude 5.0 or greater earthquakes according to the U.S Geological Survey:

M Location
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Lat Lon D
5.5 116km SW of Lata, Solomon Islands 11.535°S 165.167°E 10.0
5.1 Prince Edward Islands region 43.322°S 39.435°E 10.0
5.3 14km NE of Nichinan, Japan 31.679°N 131.486°E 32.8
5.3 126km ENE of Arzak, China 40.091°N 77.493°E 8.5
5.2 71km ESE of Finschhafen, Papua New Guinea 6.750°S 148.499°E 35.0

Volcanic Activity


The Tugurahua volcano in Ecuador shown above, is experiencing moderate levels of sustained activity. Deep but low-frequency earthquakes have taken place beneath the Mammoth Mountain volcano. Recent OMI satellite imagery shows a pronounced SO2 anomaly over at the Tungurahua volcano as well as a significant plume drifting from the Popocatpetl volcano.


In the last 7 days alone, an asteroid about the size of a city block and three smaller rocks from space have zipped safely by earth, the latest demonstration that we live in a very volatile solar system, that can bring to us all surprises that could potentially turn out deadly. The most recent asteroid flybys took place on March 4th and Sunday, March 10th. All of these asteroids were discovered this month.

“The scary part about this one, of course, is that it’s something we didn’t even know about,” said Patrick Paolucci, president of the online Slooh Space Camera during a live webcast of 2013 ET’s flyby. The asteroid was first discovered on March 3 by the Catalina Sky Survey at the University of Arizona

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 9 Midwestern States Have Reports Of Fireballs Seen In The Sky

More than a dozen people from seven different states including Ohio have reported seeing fireballs in the skies over the weekend. The American Meteor Society posted Monday on its website that 25 people submitted reports about the fireball activity, which took place at about 7 p.m. nearly half of the reports were from Ohio.

Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia all posted reports of seeing fireballs in the sky.

For eye witness accounts visit:


Here is stunning video of another meteor streaking across the sky in Indiana:


 Family To Evacuate After Sinkhole Openening


One Predication That Is Coming True

One prediction that is coming true is that more meteors are being seen since the February fireball frenzy. Be on the lookout in the skies as things seem to be getting more interesting, and the website gains more credibility. With that being said, there have been wrong predictions with, so we always recommend readers research any claims made on this website or any other website.


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