It’s been an active month for significant earthquake activity, and with planet alignments and instability on our planet, things don’t look to be slowing down. With that being said, it remains to be seen whether we will surpass the total amount of significant 6.0 or greater earthquakes for April 2012 (19).
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake hit Mexico City in the Mexican state of Michoacan on Sunday night, causing buildings to sway 200 miles away in Mexico City.
The good news was that there were no reports of casualties or injuries. According to the Geological Survey the quake’s epicenter was about 23 miles northeast of the Pacific port of Lazaro Cardenas.
Below you will find a list of magnitude 5.9 or greater earthquakes according to the U.S Geological survey for April 2013 so far:
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|5.9||21km NE of Las Guacamayas, Mexico||18.159°N||102.080°W||28.5|
|6.1||Izu Islands, Japan region||29.915°N||138.926°E||424.1|
|6.1||98km SE of Severo-Kuril’sk, Russia||50.140°N||157.225°E||20.2|
|6.6||50km WSW of Linqiong, China||30.284°N||102.956°E||12.3|
|6.0||136km SE of Severo-Kuril’sk, Russia||49.955°N||157.670°E||20.0|
|7.2||250km ENE of Kuril’sk, Russia||46.182°N||150.796°E||122.3|
|6.6||23km ESE of Aitape, Papua New Guinea||3.218°S||142.543°E||13.0|
|7.8||83km E of Khash, Iran||28.107°N||62.053°E||82.0|
|6.6||99km W of Panguna, Papua New Guinea||6.475°S||154.596°E||31.0|
|6.0||54km NNE of Isangel, Vanuatu||19.123°S||169.530°E||275.0|
|6.4||89km SE of Bandar Bushehr, Iran||28.500°N||51.591°E||10.0|
|7.0||240km E of Enarotali, Indonesia||3.513°S||138.477°E||66.0|
|6.3||9km N of Zarubino, Russia||42.713°N||131.105°E||561.9|
|5.9||Southwest Indian Ridge||40.457°S||45.364°E||9.0|
|6.0||107km E of Miyako, Japan||39.528°N||143.196°E||12.5|
So far, there have been 13 significant earthquakes recorded for April 2013, which is clearly less than April 2012.
The stromboli volcano in Italy currently stands high inside the conduits. A small overflow is taking place at the North East crater. The lava flow reaches about
100 meters length at the moment. A potential explosion is possible or lava dome collapse is produced at a modest ash plume yesterday rising to 12,000 feet in altitude.
At the Shiveluch volcano in Kamchatka a possible explosion or partial lava dome collapse produced a modest ash plume yesterday rising to 12,000 feet in altitude.
KVERT reported no significant changes and continues to record moderate tremor levels, indicating that magma continues to increase with slowly build up on the lava dome. The Batu Tara volcano in Indonesia experienced an ash plume rising to 7,000 feet in altitude.
The Fuego volcano in Guatemala shown in increase in strombolian activity, and explosions eject incandescent material to 100-150 meters in height and creates avalanches when falling back onto the slopes. Ash plumes from this activity have been rising 300-600 meters.
Fireball Over Argentina
A spectacular display in Argentina, and another wake up call to the real story taking place.
Thousands of people living in the Argentine city of Santiago del Estero watched the meteor light up the sky above the city.
The cause of the fireball was from a meteor that entered the earth’s atmosphere and began to disintegrate According to witnesses in the area, there was also a slight tremor reported. Police in the area were swamped with calls from concerned residents who were worried about their children while they were out.
The American Meteor Society mentions that thousands of meteors or fireballs hit the earth every day, with most hitting the ocean. However, you cannot deny the first meteor strike in a century, which took place in Russia, injuring 1,200 people and causing 33 million in damages (USD). Meteors that cause that much damage and potential death is not common at all.
The End Of The World And Planet X
Since the world didn’t end on December 21st 2012, many people do not like the planet x theory because they feel it is associated with the world ending. And because nothing happened on that particular date, everything is fine with our planet, and anyone who still believes in planet x is crazy. We have clearly documented why we believe planet x is possible, and we have never stated that world would end on this website.
Our current position is that something is affecting our planet, and whether the world will end or not is up for your to decide. We are trying to collect the facts, and make our decision based upon the facts.