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Correlated Earthquakes from Alaska to California July 3rd-5th, 2019

By admin / July 8, 2019

QUESTION: You warning that earthquakes were due in California with solar minimum seem to be right on target. Why won’t they just look at your correlations since this is not some opinion you pull out of thin air? FB ANSWER: A quake hit last Thursday on the 4th of July which was the largest earthquake […]

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Chaos of Weather Record Heat Wave Coming – Fraud of Linear Predictions

By admin / May 25, 2019

This weekend the forecasts are calling for a blistering, dangerous heat wave which is poised to scorch the southeastern U.S. over the Memorial Day weekend. I warned that our computer was showing a sharp increase in volatility in the weather. The winters would spike to new record lows and then the summers would spike to […]

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Is Germany’s Active Volcano Awakening?

By admin / May 16, 2019

Most people have never heard of a volcano in Germany. Well, the caldera of Laacher See was formed after the Laacher volcano that erupted between 12,900 and 11,200 years ago. Everything collapsed into the empty magma chamber below only two or three days after the eruption, forming what is now a lake. The estimated Volcanic […]

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The First Black Hole Has Been Photographed

By admin / April 11, 2019

  For many years, there were arguments that black holes were nonsense and did not exist. Astronomers have captured the first image of a black hole, which has at last has settled the debate. The picture taken illustrates a halo of dust and gas, which forms the outline of a huge black hole 55 million light years from […]

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Child of Krakatau kills Hundreds in Indonesia

By admin / December 24, 2018

Anak Krakatau volcano (Child of Krakatau) erupted on Saturday causing a landslide which set off a tsunami that left at least 222 people dead. The search continues. Not much can withstand a tsunami. The activity in this region is what changed the climate and caused the year without a summer in 1816. Once again, volcanic activity increases with solar minimum […]

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Naples & the Supervolcano

By admin / December 18, 2018

There are a number of Supervolcanoes around the world and perhaps the most recent one to erupt was in Italy. The term Supervolcano has been popularized by the BBC and the Discovery Channel story on Yellowstone back in 2005. According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), a supervolcano is any volcanic center that has explosively erupted […]

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Tectonic Plate Splits in Two Raising Risks for West Coast

By admin / October 26, 2018

San Andreas Fault in California Can Be Observed from the Sky Recent studies have revealed that the massive earthquake which struck Mexico actually split a tectonic plate in two. This has done more than just shaken the ground. It has also shaken up the geologist community for this may even introduce a greater risk to […]

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