A 3.4 magnitude earthquake was reported east of Alum Rock at 10:12 p.m. Thursday about 5 miles east of the San Jose Neighborhood. There was a n initial report of
a “light rolling downtown” and another report of a “nice shake” that had a chandelier swinging. Another “quick rattle “ was described in the Mt. Hamilton foothills.
Another moderate earthquake was felt in Blount County before 1:00 a.m on Friday. Dispatchers in the area did not receive any reports of injuries or damages resulting from the earthquake. According to the U.S Geological Survey, the exact time the earthquake took place was 12:57 a.m.
Here is a list of magnitude 5.0 or greater earthquakes according to the U.S Geological Survey:
2013-05-10 22:52:45.38 -6.478 154.410 56.5 5.0 mb us 2013-05-10 20:49:27.78 14.049 -91.451 63.6 5.1 mb us 2013-05-10 19:56:05.34 -28.991 -13.234 8.0 5.5 mb us 2013-05-10 08:38:27.59 67.535 139.288 13.4 5.4 mb us Breaking News: A powerful 6.2 earthquake has just struck Iran, we will report back with any new updates on damages, or loss of life.
The Popocatepetl volcano in Central Mexico experienced 28 explosions from the volcano, the largest were at 05:16 and 07:01 am. Incandescence was seen at night, with several periods of harmonic tremor were noted in the reporting period. A gas and steam plume drifted South East.
Here is a list of the current volcanic activity that is in an eruption phase according to volcanodiscovery.com:
Ambrym (Vanuatu): active lava lakes in several craters (updated 2 May 2013)
Bagana (Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea): ash explosions (updated 6 May 2013)
Bas Dong Nai (Vietnam)
Batu Tara (Sunda Islands, Indonesia): strombolian explosions, ash plumes up to 500 m, extrusion of a small lava dome with rockfalls (updated 6 May 2013)
Cleveland (Aleutian Islands, Alaska): continuous small eruptions (updated 6 May 2013)
Colima (Western Mexico): frequent explosions from growing lava dome, glowing rockfalls and small pyroclastic flows (updated 25 Apr 2013)
Dukono (Halmahera): thermal anomaly, probably small explosive activity in summit crater (updated 2 May 2013)
Erebus (Antarctica): active lava lake in summit crater (updated 21 Jan 2012)
Erta Ale (Ethiopia): active lava lake in northern pit crater, active hornito with intermittent flow in southern crater (updated 11 Jan 2013)
Etna (Sicily, Italy): ash emissions and strombolian activity at New SE crater (updated 27 Apr 2013)
Fuego (Guatemala): weak to moderate strombolian activity (updated 6 May 2013)
Gamalama (Halmahera): ash eruptions since 17 Sep (updated 17 Sep 2012)
Grozny (Iturup Island): fumarolic activity (updated 3 Apr 2013)
Heard (Australia, Southern Indian Ocean): possible lava lake in summit crater (updated 2 May 2013)
Karkar (Northeast of New Guinea): possible ash eruption on 1 February (updated 15 Mar 2013)
Kilauea (Hawai’i): lava lakes in Halemau’uma’u and Pu’u ‘O’o, lava flows on coastal flat and weakly active ocean entries (updated 20 Apr 2013)
Kizimen (Kamchatka): growing lava dome, lava flow on eastern flank, avalanches (updated 25 Apr 2013)
Lokon-Empung (North Sulawesi, Indonesia): frequent small to moderate ash explosions (updated 6 May 2013)
Manam (Papua New Guinea): strombolian explosions, lava flow on southern flank (updated 16 Apr 2013)
Nyiragongo (DRCongo): active lava lake in summit crater (updated 20 Apr 2013)
Ol Doinyo Lengai (Tanzania): spattering and lava flows of natrocarbonatite lava inside the summit crater (updated 9 Dec 2012)
Paluweh (off Flores Island, Indonesia): active growing lava dome (updated 6 May 2013)
Popocatépetl (Central Mexico): continuing ash eruptions (updated 10 May 2013)
Rabaul (Tavurvur) (New Britain, Papua New Guinea): ash emissions, small explosions (updated 14 Mar 2013)
Sakurajima (Kyushu, Japan): 0-3 weak to moderate vulcanian-style explosions per day, ash clouds up to 2-3 km altitude (updated 3 May 2013)
Sangay (Ecuador): no recent explosions reported (updated 27 Apr 2013)
Santa María / Santiaguito (Guatemala): advancing viscous active lava flows, weak occasional explosions (updated 6 May 2013)
Semeru (East Java, Indonesia): growing lava dome, ash venting and small to moderate explosions (updated 25 Jul 2012)
Shiveluch (Kamchatka): slow dome growth, occasional explosions and pyroclastic flows (updated 22 Apr 2013)
Stromboli (Eolian Islands, Italy): continuing lava overflows (updated 2 May 2013)
Tinakula (Santa Cruz Islands, Solomon Islands): increased activity at the volcano (updated 8 Feb 2013)
Tolbachik (Kamchatka): effusion of fluid lava flows (updated 1 May 2013)
Tungurahua (Ecuador): ash emissions, explosions (updated 6 May 2013)
Yasur (Tanna Island, Vanuatu): strong strombolian activity (level 3), crater currently closed (updated 8 Apr 2013)
Analysis Of Mass Animal Deaths
One of the ongoing stories on earth has been the mass animal deaths that have taken place across the globe. Here is a map revealing the mass fish deaths that have taken place in different parts of the world:
The scale is much larger than what is being talked about, and these are just the reports that have been seen by real reporters or people. An explanation behind the mass animal deaths is given by poleshift.ning.com:
“Dead fish and birds falling from the sky are being reported worldwide, suddenly. This is not a local affair, obviously. Dead birds have been reported in Sweden and N America, and dead fish in N America, Brazil, and New Zealand. Methane is known to cause bird dead, and as methane rises when released during Earth shifting, will float upward through the flocks of birds above.
But can this be the cause of dead fish? If birds are more sensitive than humans to methane release, fish are likewise sensitive to changes in the water, as anyone with an aquarium will attest.
Those schools of fish caught in rising methane bubbles during sifting of rock layers beneath them will inevitably be affected. Fish cannot, for instance, hold their breath until the emergency passes! Nor do birds have such a mechanism.” ZetaTalk
This is one of the best explanations for the mass fish deaths and bird deaths that we have all witnessed as of late, and the animals migrating in the wrong direction could explain the disruption in the magnetic field.
The Earth Opens
Two sinkholes opened up along Northwood Avenue in Palmer Township Thursday afternoon after crews were working on a water main break in the area. The good news to report about this sinkhole is that it is repaired and is open once again.
We have new information on the Louisiana sinkhole below:
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