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Japan might be about to experience a large volcanic eruption, scientists warn

Japan is bracing itself for what scientists say could be a large explosive eruption, after a series of recent earthquakes and indications of rising magma around Sakurajima Volcano on Kyushu island, at the country’s southern tip. The geological activity is reminiscent of the events that preceded the volcano’s 1914 explosive eruption, which killed 35 people. The Japanese Meteorological Agency has now … Continue reading

Climate engineering, El Niño and the bizarre ‘scheduled weather’ for the coming winter in the U.S.

“Forecasters” are now trumpeting the arrival of a “Godzilla” El Niño event, but somehow they seem to already know that there will be no relief for the epic California drought (which can be directly linked to the ongoing climate engineering insanity). How can such a prediction be made so early on? Ocean temperatures in the Eastern Pacific are at record shattering … Continue reading

Why the ‘Prime Meridian of the World’ shifted hundreds of feet

PlanetXnews.com editors’ note: We can’t help but wonder if this explanation is a cover to hide the fact that Earth’s axis has shifted and in case it’s becoming obvious to too many people they are saying in advance the reason for the change or difference in the reading is because of a new method of ascertaining the reading. Once called … Continue reading

Unprecedented volcano warning near Japan’s only restarted nuke plant: ‘Extremely high risk of major eruption’

The Independent, Aug 16, 2015 (emphasis added): Japan’s weather agency issued a warning… that the likelihood of the eruption of [Sakurajima] was extremely high… after it detected a spike in seismic activity… They have warned an evacuation of the city of just over 600,000 people may be necessary. [JMA] said: “The possibility for a large-scale eruption has become extremely high … Continue reading

Seismologists: Swarm of earthquakes in Nevada could be precursors to a ‘big one’

Seismologists studying a year-long swarm of thousands of mostly minor earthquakes in northwest Nevada say they could be the precursor for a “big one,” although speculation that they’re related to a series of extinct volcanoes can’t be ruled out. The University of Nevada’s Reno Nevada Seismological Laboratory announced Tuesday that there have been 5,610 earthquakes in a swarm that started … Continue reading

Experts: ‘Expect 90,000 deaths and a nuclear winter if Yellowstone erupts’

A supervolcano in the heart of America’s northwest has the potential to blanket the US in a ‘nuclear winter.’ If it were to erupt, the Yellowstone supervolcano would be one thousand times as powerful as the 1980 Mount St Helens eruption, experts claim. While it has lain dormant for more than 70,000 years, scientists say that we can’t rule out … Continue reading

Vast hidden ocean found under Chinese desert

Chinese scientists have discovered what could be a huge hidden ocean underneath one of the driest places on earth, the South China Morning Post reported on 30 July. The Tarim basin in northwestern Xinjiang, China, is one of the driest places on Earth, but the vast amount of salt water concealed underneath could equal 10 times the water found in … Continue reading

CERN is at full power, the sun is erupting and Earth’s shields are collapsing

CERN is running at 13 Tev. The sun is now erupting with multiple solar filament releases. Source

Bright flashes, loud booms and earthquake swarms in Australia

Something is amiss in Queensland and Australians want to know what could be the cause and should they be worried. What’s amiss are mysterious bright flashes and unexplained loud booms in the city of Bundaberg and a sudden series of eight earthquakes reaching up to magnitude 5.7 in a concentrated area of Queensland. What’s causing the flashes, booms and quakes? … Continue reading

Warning for Nepal: April earthquake didn’t unleash all its energy

The devastating earthquake that struck Nepal in April released only a fraction of the energy still trapped in the underlying fault, meaning the area has the potential to host another large earthquake in the future, researchers say. In April, a magnitude-7.8 earthquake struck 50 miles (80 kilometers) northwest of Nepal’s capital of Kathmandu, killing more than 9,000 people and flattening entire … Continue reading

Greenpeace Co-Founder: “What they haven’t told you about climate change”

Since time immemorial, our climate has been and will always be changing. Patrick Moore explains why “climate change,” far from being a recent human-caused disaster, is, for a myriad of complex reasons, a fact of life on Planet Earth. Source

Recent Dead Sea earthquake ushering in ‘End of Days’ prophecy

Thursday morning, at 5:39 local time, a 4.4-magnitude earthquake occurred in the Dead Sea region of Israel, an area that is the deepest depression on the face of the planet. Though there were no reports of injury or damage in Israel or neighboring Jordan, it is certainly worth considering the meaning of the event, especially in light of other recent … Continue reading

Do Nazi maps and documents to Agartha confirm the hollow Earth accounts?

These official Nazi maps and documents confirm the existence of Agartha — an entire world inside our planet. One of the most interesting question many people have asked for centuries is whether there is a possibility that our planet is hollow? For many years it was believed that the earth was hollow, but even though many have come up with … Continue reading

USGS study: 7-magnitude earthquake could destroy Memphis and Little Rock

Computer simulations of earthquake shaking, replicating the quakes that occurred in 1811-1812 in the New Madrid seismic zone (NMSZ), indicate that future large earthquakes there would produce major, prolonged ground shaking. The 1811-1812 events were some of the largest in the United States since its settlement by Europeans, and the NMSZ spans portions of seven states: Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Arkansas, … Continue reading

Drought toll: California now missing one year’s-worth of rain

The amount of rain that California has missed out on since the beginning of its record-setting drought in 2012 is about the same amount it would see, on average, in a single year, a new study has concluded. The study’s researchers pin the reason for the lack of rains, as others have, on the absence of the intense rainstorms ushered … Continue reading

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