More mass fish deaths taking place on earth has many researchers, scientists, and officials stumped for answers. As we have reported earlier these mass fish deaths could be taking place due to the weakening magnetic field, which it is a fact that animals use the magnetic field to navigate. When this is disrupted these animals are confused as to where to migrate, and this could cause them to not know where to look for food and ect…
At the current time the magnetic pole is moving faster than at any time in human history, which is causing problems for navigation and migratory wildlife on earth.
According to an article posted at mnn.com, the magnetic pole is currently shifting 40 miles per year, and it could be beginning of a complete pole reversal. Aviation, navigation and migratory animals that use the earth’s magnetic field to orient themselves, have been disrupted from this taking place.
There are even airports that have had to change the names of their runways to better correspond to their current direction relative to magnetic north. You can read the full article here: http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters
Of course, there is no shortage of other possibilities for these mass fish, dolphins, birds, turtles, and star fish deaths. However, the explanation that we have presented is most likely the culprit. Just recently we posted a video of the spiders spinning their webs in odd places:
A strong 5.5 earthquake struck the northern areas of Pakistan, including the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, early on Sunday.
Many people rushed out of their homes in panic as the earthquake was felt in the area. Some of the areas where the earthquakes were felt included Nowshera, Peshawar, Malakand, Shangla, various areas of Gilgit and Baltistan, lower Dir and Khyber tribal regions.
At the current time there are no reports of damages or loss of life from this tremor.
Rome was also hit by a strong 4.8 earthquake yesterday, at 10:20 local time, seismologists pinpointed the epicenter near the town of Sora, which is about 20 kilometeres from Frosinone, the largely rural areas biggest town. There were no damages or to report or loss of life for this earthquake.
Here is a list of magnitude 5.0 or greater earthquakes for 2/17/2013 according to the U.S geological survey:
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|5.0||15km S of Methoni, Greece||36.679°N||21.677°E||37.3|
|5.0||29km S of Ashkasham, Afghanistan||36.421°N||71.578°E||102.3|
Live update: 5.3, 5.2 earthquakes recorded in the Solomon Islands, no reports of damages or loss of life. This earthquake could potentially be an aftershock from the large 8.0 earthquake that took place recently.
Stromboli Volcano In Italy – At the current time there are lava overflows that have been active for on and off periods. The explosion signals have become weaker, but
the tremor seems relatively strong. The volcano currently remains in a state of elevated activity.
Kizimen – The lava dome continues to expand at the summit and produce hot avalanches on the western and eastern flanks of the volcano. The strong gas-steam activity
and moderate siesmic activity accompany this process.
Shiveluch In Kamchatka – KVERT reports moderate siesmicity and a thermal anomaly over the volcano.
Tolbachik volcano in Kamchatka: An eruption continues with little changes, as Lava flows are erupting from the southern fissure and tremor levels.
Taail volcano in the Philippines – Earthquake numbers continue to be elevated in the area. Philvolcs detected 14 earthquakes.
Paluweh In Indonesia – New ash plumes have appeared, reaching 13,000 feet in altitude and extending 40 nautical miles to the ast were observed today.
Fuego Volcano In Guatemala: There was a stronger phase of continues ash emissions that were reported, as an ash plume reaching 16,000 feet was
observed extending 10 nautical miles to the North west.
Nevado Del Ruic Volcano In Columbia: Internal and external activity has been on the increase over the past few days. Strong SO2 emissions visible on
the latest satellite data suggest that a new batch of magma has intruded at shallow depths.
Revntador Volcano In Ecuador: The eruption at the volcano continues at fluctuating levels, which is reflected by the siesmic signal.
Tungurahua Volcano In Ecuador: At the current time the volcano remains calm, both internal and external activity have been on the decrease.
Tahalra Volcano In Algeri: On the 14th of February there was a magnitude .3 earthquake at 2 KM in depth.
Barren Island Volcano In the Indian Ocean: a new eruption seems to have taken place, as an ash plume which rose 20,000 feet in altitude was reported last night
by VAAC Darwin. The aviation color code has ticked up to RED.
The Aftermath Of The Meteor That Hit Urals Russia
The meteor that disintegrated as it hit the earth’s atmosphere on Friday morning, and weighed 10,000 tons is currently being cleaned up by by 24,000 people. 1,200 people were injured and there were no deaths or injuries to report, however there were 12 adults and 3 children that remained the hospital on Sunday after this event took place.
It still remains unclear on Sunday whether there were any fragments that hit the round, as divers were sent through a 20 foot wide hole in the ice at
a lake near Chebarkul, where one chunk was thought to have fallen. However, nothing was found in the area, and radiation levels were normal.
Interesting Video On A UFO Hitting The Asteroid?
Incredible footage here folks, this is nothing short of amazing, and it will be interesting to see what other news comes out of this video.