Thursday, March 31, 2011
Fiji region on Monday, the US Geological Survey said, but no tsunami warning was immediately issued. The undersea quake hit 321 kilometres (200 miles) west of Suva at a depth of 555 kilometres at 2:07 am (1407 GMT), USGS said. The epicenter, was initially determined to be at 16.6 degrees south latitude and 177.5 degrees west longitude. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre which monitors the region and issues bulletins in the event of a tsunami being generated had no such warning in force. The area lies on the Pacific "Ring of Fire", a highly active tectonic zone that frequently experiences earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Fiji has been experiencing a succession of earthquakes this week, with over ten recorded so far.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Months after the hundreds of birds fell dead from the sky and after thousands of dead fish, crabs, sardines, dolphins, and whales washed ashore worldwide, more dead fish washed ashore in Alabama, and a dead whale washed ashore in Virginia.
There's still no cause for the hundreds of dead fish that were found dead along the gulf shores over the weekend. They were also found along the gulf state pier Saturday morning. Park officials said it was unusual to see spade fish in that area this early in the year. The dead sigh spanned about three miles of shoreline. The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will take the fish in for testing. In Sandbridge, VA, the carcass of a Sei whale was found Sunday morning. The whale measured 35 to 40 feet long. Staffers from the Virginia Beach Aquarium were called to the site so that it could be secured and would not wash back into the ocean. The aquarium is planning to perform a necropsy on the dead animal to determine a cause of death. Sei whales are not common to the Virginia Beach area. - KTSM NewsChannel9.
Of the 7,000 fishermen that were swept into the Andaman Sea during a tropical storm on March 14-16, a total of 3,374 have now been rescued, according to a source close to the Myanmar Marine Fishing Association (MMFA). The remaining 3,700 are still missing. Nearly two weeks since 400 fishing vessels were overturned or destroyed in 70mph winds, little hope remains of anyone else surviving.
“There are currently about 400 fishing vessels at sea trying to rescue survivors of the storm,” said the source. “So far, more than 3,700 fishermen have been rescued and brought to Rangoon.” Burma's state media reported on March 22 that naval ships, large fishing vessels and local fishing boats had jointly rescued 3,374 fishermen. While 3,152 have already gone home, 222 fishermen remain under government care, the report said, adding that the rescued fishermen had been provided medicine, clothes and food. The tropical storm occurred off the Irrawaddy delta coast close to areas such as Bogalay and Laputta which were severely hit by Cyclone Nargis in May 2008. “We already listed 7,000 people as missing at sea along with their vessels,” said an official from the Botahtaung Thanlyin naval compound. “But that figure does not include those people living in littoral areas. So the number of dead may be higher.” He and other navy officers confirmed that more than 200 bodies had already been recovered from the sea. “The majority of boats that were overturned were carrying local fishermen,” said the MMFA source. “Fishing vessels from Rangoon are generally larger, stronger and better equipped to resist the storm.” Naval sources have estimated that the majority of missing fishermen are from Irrawaddy Division and Mon State. State press reported that the Total E & P Myanmar Co. was involved in the rescue process. The company compensated each storm survivor with 20,000 kyat (US $20), medicine, clothes and other personal supplies, and arranged transportation for them. However, a Rangoon-based journalist told The Irrawaddy that he was refused permission to talk to the survivors. “We [several Rangoon reporters] tried to talk with the storm refugees, but were not allowed. The authorities sent them home right away. They even sent guards to accompany them to make sure they went straight home.” State-run Myanmar Alin reported on March 13 that 100 houses and 38 huts in Rangoon and 20 houses in Irrawaddy Division were destroyed by the torrential winds. Burma's Department of Meteorology and Hydrology reported on March 14 that the region would experience heavy winds and rain with some thunder and lightning, but did not predict the tropical storm. - Irrawaddy.
Sunday, March 27, 2011
An enormous algae bloom 50 miles long has been discovered in the English Channel. The swarm of Skeletonema has come to the surface between the Lizard in Cornwall and Salcombe in Devon because of the warm weather.
Scientists at the Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) discovered the bloom and another off the south east coast of Ireland using satellite images. They say that it poses no threat to humans and has appeared earlier in the year than usual thanks to the mild temperatures of the last few weeks. It would be visible from boats as a green/brown layer on the surface of the water. Dr Peter Miller, PML's Earth observation scientist, said: 'Skeletonema is a beautiful microscopic plant that given the right conditions reproduces rapidly to cover large areas of coastal seas. 'Over the winter nutrients have built up in the sea and the windy weather we have experienced recently has stirred them up to the surface. Combined with the now calmer conditions and bright sunny days everything slotted into place to enable this plant to reproduce and form a large bloom.' Claire Widdicombe, a plankton ecologist also at PML, identified the plant from samples collected from the Channel near Plymouth, Devon, confirming suspicions that the bloom was not harmful. 'What is interesting is the timing of the bloom', she said. 'We would normally expect the spring bloom to be a few weeks later than this, although there is some variation and it all depends on being in the right place at the right time.' The algae was discovered by scientists working on the AquaMar project, which uses images from space as an early warning system to detect algal blooms that might pose a risk to humans and the fishing industry. - Daily Mail.
|Thermal imaging shows the red areas where the algae is most concentrated.|
Saturday, March 26, 2011
Kuwait was struck by a massive sandstorm on Friday evening, causing major disruptions and forcing the civil aviation to shut down the airport. The condition started from South Iraq and North West Kuwait which witnessed low pressure combined with strong winds at 80kmph. "In view of bad weather conditions, dense dusty storm, and strong winds blowing in the country, all incoming flights were transferred to nearby airports while all outgoing flights were halted until weather conditions improve," Isam Al Zamil, the head of operations at the airport, said, quoted by Kuwait News Agency (KUNA). Earlier, the authorities warned that the dust storm reduced visibility to less than 500 metres and that in some areas, "there is no visibility at all."
According to unconfirmed reports hundreds of people were stuck in malls as dust and sand prevented people from driving.
EXTINCTION LEVEL EVENT: Scientists' Most Frightening Research - Humanity May Be Facing A Possible "VORTEX OF DEATH" Soon?!
Sun, solar cycles, the sudden violent change in the Earth's surface and repercussions on the psychosis of humanity. Given what has been happening on the planet over the last year or so, I thought it only prudent to publish the article, that outlines this research, in its entirety.
This article was originally published by: Helium
Professor Raymond Wheeler, from the University of Kansas, at first almost stumbled into the frightening data. The connection was initially discovered by noted Russian scientist Alexander Chizhevsky during 1915: solar storms trigger conflict, wars and death. A vortex of death. Chizhevsky found after intense research that the rise and fall of solar activity—interacting with the earth’s magnetic field—causes mass changes in human’s perspective’s, moods, emotions and behavioral patterns. All are affected by sunspots and solar flares. Building upon the Russian scholar’s research, Wheeler applied a numerically weighted ranking system during the 1930s to separate wars and even individual battles assessing them on length and severity. He then correlated the impressive data he’d amassed with the 11-year sunspot cycle. The results were revealing... and horrifying. When the 11-year solar cycle peaked, so did human unrest, uprisings, rebellions, revolutions and all-out wars between nations. It was almost as if the intense magnetic upswing directly affected the human brain and drove Mankind into deadly emotional tantrums and frenzied killing sprees. Assaults skyrocket. Murders increase. And bloody wars and rebellions erupt with a fury across the face of the globe. Wheeler’s research revealed the pattern spanned human history as far back as 2,500 years.
SOLAR CYCLE 22!
During 1990 the solar maximum fever pitch initiated skirmishes around the world culminating with Iraq invading Kuwait and the U.S. battling back against Saddam Hussein’s army. Then, 11 years later, the 9-11 attacks against New York and Washington, D.C were followed by two wars in quick succession: Afghanistan and again Iraq. According to the 11-year solar cycle, as the sun entered its next active peak during late 2010 the disruptions in the earth’s magnetic field could be predicted to cause unrest, instability, uprisings, outbreaks of war, destruction and mass death once again. Like clockwork it occurred. Suddenly the news was filled with rising dissent rearing up in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. It spread to Syria, Libya, Iran and China. Europe was not immune: general unrest arose in the UK and France, Greece had extended riots, Spain felt under pressure, and even the U.S. saw angry mobs rise up in the state of Wisconsin.
As the flares increase and the sun becomes more violent, expect greater violence on earth as some go mad. The pattern is unmistakable. At key points during the solar cycle—from minimum to maximum activity—the geomagnetic field begins to intensify as it comes under bombardment. The triggers are when the activity is accelerating towards the peak, or dropping down towards the minimum. Much research during the following 70 years has shown that the magnetic field interaction with human’s electrochemically driven brains also affects deep-rooted psychological mechanisms including creating anomalous hormonal swings and even significantly mutated brain wave activity. The magnetic monster initiates a general mass hysteria and a degree of uncontrollable psychosis. In other words, the world goes mad.
SOLAR CYCLE NUMBER 24: WORST POSSIBLE!
THE DISTURBING FINDINGS OF BECKER AND FREEDMAN!
The year was 1963 when another piece of the terrifying puzzle snapped snugly into place. The picture that was forming might as well have been from the depths of hell. Dr. Robert Becker and his colleague, Dr. Freedman, made an important—if unsettling—discovery. They determined that intense solar activity leads directly to psychotic outbreaks and mass insanity. Who is Becker? Some far out crackpot? No. Dr. Robert Becker was a pioneering researcher and leading expert in the field of biological electricity. Twice nominated for the Nobel Prize, Becker was also a full professor at the State University of New York, and a noted author. Becker died in 2008 with a warning to the world about the approaching years of 2010 to 2012. Few listened.
Are you listening?
Ken Tomkins, 61, was hospitalized after skidding his bicycle into a mound of dead bugs and shattering his hip, collarbone and ribs, the Gold Coast Bulletin reports.
Friday, March 25, 2011
ALIEN Project regarding the deliberate manipulation and modification of the weather, you would understand that we are slowly being pushed towards the destruction of the planet and ultimately mankind. If you are still not convinced of this, examine the following report from the National Geographic that shows that the ozone layer that protects the Earth from the ultraviolet rays of the Sun is being rapidly depleted and that the effects could be catastrophic for us all.
Spawned by strangely cold temperatures, "beautiful" clouds helped strip the Arctic atmosphere of most of its protective ozone this winter, new research shows. The resulting zone of low-ozone air could drift as far south as New York, according to experts who warn of increased skin-cancer risk. The stratosphere's global blanket of ozone—about 12 miles (20 kilometers) above Earth—blocks most of the sun's high-frequency ultraviolet (UV) rays from hitting Earth's surface, largely preventing sunburn and skin cancer. But a continuing high-altitude freeze over the Arctic may have already reduced ozone to half its normal concentrations—and "an end is not in sight," said research leader Markus Rex, a physicist for the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven, Germany. Preliminary data from 30 ozone-monitoring stations throughout the Arctic show the degree of ozone loss was larger this winter than ever before, Rex said. Before spring is out, "we may even get the first Arctic ozone hole ... which would be a dramatic development—one which would make it into coming history books," he said. "It's too early to call, but stay tuned." Atmospheric chemist Simone Tilmes, who wasn't part of the study, agreed. "We do not know at the moment how large the ozone hole in the Arctic will grow, because the thinning of the ozone layer is happening right now," said Tilmes, of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado. Full confirmation may require computer simulations and satellite measurements, which study leader Rex said would "be very useful to provide an independent view of the ozone loss this year." An ozone hole is an area of the ozone layer that is seasonally depleted of the protective gas—such as the well-known hole over Antarctica...
"Beautiful" Clouds Harbor Ozone-Fighting Chemicals. In the 1980s scientists realized chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and other ozone-depleting chemicals—then widely used in aerosol hairsprays and refrigerants, for example—were degrading the ozone layer. The 1987 Montreal Protocol initiated a global phase-out of CFCs, replacing them with alternatives that don't destroy ozone. However, CFCs can persist for decades in the stratosphere—the Antarctic ozone hole is still there, though it's expected to grow smaller in coming decades. Once in the upper atmosphere, CFCs break down into chlorine atoms, which, when activated by sunlight, destroy ozone molecules. Cold temperatures speed up this process through polar stratospheric clouds (see picture), "beautiful" and still little understood formations that occur once stratospheric temperatures drop to at least -108 degrees Fahrenheit (-78 degrees Celsius), Rex noted. The clouds provide "reservoirs" for inactivated byproducts of chlorine. On the surface of the cloud, these byproducts react with each other and release "aggressive" chlorine atoms that attack ozone molecules. The whole process stops as soon as it gets warmer and the so-called Arctic polar vortex breaks up, Tilmes said. At about 6 million square miles (15 million square kilometers), or 40 times the size of Germany, the Arctic polar vortex is a frigid air mass that circles the North Pole in winter. Warming Link to High-Altitude Cold Snap? The cold snap is no coincidence, research leader Rex added. "This is the continuation of a long-term tendency that the cold Arctic winters have become colder," Rex said. And global warming may drive this trend, he added. As greenhouse gases trap heat in the lower levels of the atmosphere, the higher levels tend to cool, he said. Of course, the "process is more complicated than this simple explanation"—there may be many ways in which greenhouse gases influence high-altitude temperatures, he added. Low-Ozone Air to Fly South for Spring? Any spike in UV radiation can impact both the Arctic ecosystem and human health, research leader Rex noted. For instance, more sunlight can slow the growth of certain species of ocean algae that provide food for larger organisms—and whose absence can have reverberations up the food chain. More worrisome, Rex said, is that ozone-depleted air can catch a ride south to more highly populated areas with the Arctic polar vortex. Low-ozone air is often pushed southward to 40 or 45 degrees latitude by natural atmospheric disturbances, Rex said. A low-ozone air mass's southern "excursions" can take it as far as northern Italy in Europe or New York or San Francisco in the United States, he said. The rapidly shifting vortex might last into April, when people are starting to spend more time outside, NCAR's Tilmes noted. "A good message for people [is] to just be aware that this is a year where ozone will be likely thinner this spring. "You should watch out for your skin and put on your sunscreen." Rex noted that, however, that since the mass is constantly moving, low-ozone episodes would only last a few days in a given region. Rex also said this winter's decline in ozone doesn't mean that the Montreal Protocol isn't doing its job. "People could mistake that and say we have banned CFCs and [it] doesn't seem to work," he said. "That's not the case. It's just the timescale—CFCs take so long to disappear from the atmosphere."
Read more HERE at the National Geographic.
Published in Science, the study is the most comprehensive of its kind ever undertaken. Other authors include Swinburne University oceanographers Professor Alex Babanin and Dr Stefan Zieger. “Careful analysis of satellite data shows that extreme oceanic wind speeds and ocean wave heights have increased dramatically over the last 23 years,” Professor Young said.
“Off the southern coast of Australia, the highest one per cent of waves have increased in height from approximately five metres to almost six metres over the last 20 years. Extreme conditions are where we are seeing the largest increases, but mean conditions are also going up. Extreme wind speeds have increased over most of the globe by approximately 10 per cent over the last 20 years, or 0.5 per cent every year. Extreme wave heights have increased by an average of seven per cent over the last 20 years, or 0.25 per cent a year in equatorial regions and 0.5 per cent a year in higher latitudes. The results have potential impact on the design of coastal buildings and other structures as well as shipping. They could also have a profound effect on the transfer of energy (heat) between the sea and the atmosphere – one of the great unknowns of climate change. Using recently developed satellite data allowed us to investigate trends on a global scale for the first time. This has really given us a much clearer picture of what is happening in the world’s oceans.” The study looked at satellite data over 23 years from 1985 to 2008, and was funded under an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant, with sponsorship from MetOcean Engineers. - Physics.
Dozens of dead fish have risen to the surface at a lake in Hanna Park in Florida. The floating fish have produced a foul smell and an eerie site.
"I've seen a couple of people biking around, but as soon as they get to this area, they turn right back around," visitor Heather Lenier said. The sight and smell is enough to keep people away from the lake. Scientists said an outbreak of golden algae is responsible for the death of thousands of fish. The algae is producing a toxic chemical. When fish come in contact with the tainted water, their blood cells literally explode. "Those cells that carry oxygen are being ruptured," biologist Dana Morton said. "Oxygen is not getting to the fish, and the fish look like they are suffocating, which they really are." Morton said that as harmful as the algae is for fish, it is harmless for humans. In 14 years of testing the water in the lake, scientists said they have never documented golden algae. In fact, it's more commonly seen in the lakes and ponds of Texas than Florida. Scientists said the lethal plant has been present for years at the lake in very small amounts. "All species have different conditions under which they bloom and go crazy," Morton said. Morton said park officials plan to let the golden algae bloom and run its course, but unfortunately thousands of cat fish, bass, crappie, mullet and the other freshwater fish that live in the lake will die in the process. - News4Jax.
Thursday, March 24, 2011
It turns out that Australia isn't just experiencing a deluge of natural disasters and weather anomalies, but could have 45 species of animals extinct in just 2 decades. Here is the frightening report of this new threat to a country, already submerged under cataclysmic and catastrophic events.
Up to 45 rare species of wallaby, bandicoot and other Australian animals could become extinct within 20 years unless urgent action is taken to control introduced predators and other threats, scientists are warning. Dozens of mammals, birds, lizards and other vertebrates in the remote northwestern Kimberley region are at risk from hunting by feral cats and from destruction of their native habitat by wild donkeys, goats and fires, a study of the conservation needs of the area shows. "We're in the midst of a massive extinction event in Australia and the north has really been the last stronghold for many species of birds and mammals and reptiles," said Tara Martin, a co-author of the report by the government-funded Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation. Nearly 30 percent of the endangered species identified in the study are unique to the Kimberley region, while others, like the golden bandicoot and golden-backed tree rat, have already disappeared elsewhere in the country. "The Kimberley is really their last chance on Earth," Martin told The Associated Press. The report says immediate funding of $96 million is needed to start a range of conservation programs, and that annual funding to protect the region's native animals should be doubled to $40 million. The study, based on scientific data and information from about 30 experts with experience in the region, was commissioned by the Wilderness Society conservation group. It says the most effective ways of combating the threat of extinction are to reduce the number of wild donkeys and goats that compete with native species for scarce food and water, and to do more to fight wildfires that scorch the landscape. It says attacks by feral cats should also be reduced by educating the community about the threat pets pose to small native animals and by building fences. Donkeys, goats and cats are among dozens of species introduced by humans to Australia as stock animals or pets, but are now considered invasive species in many areas where wild populations swell because they have few natural predators. Martin said feral cats alone kill some 500,000 native animals in the region every day. Martin said some benefits from the proposed conservation efforts would be seen relatively quickly, while others would take several generations. Richard Hobbs, an ecologist at the University of Western Australia who did not participate in the study, said it was the first time a wide range of reliable information about the problem in the Kimberley has been compiled, and that the findings back smaller studies of individual species. "The position for the Kimberley is that, at the moment, we are ahead of the extinction curve," he said. "However, if we let things continue unabated, there is little doubt that the same wave of loss of species will occur in the Kimberley as has occurred elsewhere, particularly in southern parts of Australia." Hobbs said one encouraging sign from the report is that the measures proposed, while costly, are not too difficult to contemplate. "The price tag sounds expensive, but relatively speaking it's a huge conservation bargain," he said. - 3NEWS.
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot.
HAWAII VOLCANO ALERT: Kilauea Volcano Lava And Wildfire Spreads, Threatening The Protected Rain-forests Across Hawaii's Big Island!
A wildfire touched off by the eruption of the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island has spread and burned some 2,000 acres of national park land, threatening a fragile, protected rain forest, authorities said on Wednesday.
Authorities are not sure when the fire might be contained, said Gary Wuchner, a spokesman for the National Park Service. The flames were being fanned by "strong gusty trade winds," the park service said. Firefighters were dropping buckets of water on its hot spots from helicopters, it said. "Approximately 2,000 acres have burned, and there is no estimated containment date," it said in a statement. The wildfire was caused by lava from the March 5 eruption of the volcano's Kamoamoa fissure, and it is burning about seven miles southeast of the Kilauea Visitor Center, located on the volcano's east rift in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Firefighters are hoping to protect a lowland rain forest on the east rift that is home to endangered Hawaiian bats, happyface spiders, carnivorous caterpillars and Hawaiian honeycreepers, all found only in Hawaii, it said. Kilauea is one of five volcanoes that formed the Big Island, officially known as the island of Hawaii. Periodic eruptions of the volcano have destroyed 213 homes since the volcano emerged from a period of dormancy in 1983. The latest episode began with the 370-foot collapse of the floor of the Pu'u O'o crater and opening of the 535-yard long Kamoamoa fissure on March 5. - MNN.
The country of Myanmar was rocked by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake today, that had its epicenter in the east of Shan State in Burma with a hypocenter 10 km deep. It had two aftershocks, one of magnitude 4.8, another at magnitude 5.4 and two subsequent shock at magnitude 5.0 and 6.2. The quake's epicentre was 70 miles (110 km) from the northern Thai city of Chiang Rai, north of Mae Sai and southeast of Kentung.
The earthquake occurred in an area of complex tectonics caused by the continuing collision between the northward moving Indo-Australian Plate and the Eurasian Plate, which created the Arakan Yoma mountains. In this zone of highly oblique collision, most of the motion is accommodated by the north-south trending Sagaing fault, a major dextral (right lateral) strike-slip fault that runs through the western and central part of Burma. The remaining component of shortening across this zone causes distributed deformation of eastern Burma and Thailand extending into Laos. This deformation is partly accommodated by a set of southwest-northeast trending sinistral (left lateral) strike-slip faults. The faults closest to the epicenter of the earthquake are the Mae Chan and Nam Ma faults. The focal mechanism for this earthquake is consistent with left-lateral movement on one of these faults, away from the main zones of seismic activity in Burma. Other recent significant earthquakes in this area included the 2011 Yunnan earthquake and the 2007 Laos earthquake. According to the Earth Observatory of Singapore, it appears likely that the earthquake was caused by motion on the western segment of the Nan Ma Fault.
Early reports suggested that at least 10 people were killed by quake-triggered landslides in the town of Tachileik, including a child, as well as Tarpin to its north, both in Shan State, northeastern Burma. Another person was killed in Mae Sai, Thailand, near the Burmese border. At least three injuries were reported in Burma. After sunrise, the casualty toll increased to 24 in Burma, in addition to the one fatality in Thailand. Officials warned that the death toll is likely to rise. Later, death toll rose to 74 killed in Burma and 1 in Thailand, while 111 people were injured. In Tarlay, located between Tachileik and Mong Hpyak, at least 40 were killed when 130 houses collapsed. Vertical displacement of 1.5 metres in subsidence was observed in the area. Temporary evacuations of tall buildings took place in Chiang Rai, Menghai County in Yunnan, Nanning in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, and in Hanoi of Vietnam. At least one bridge is reported collapsed in Myanmar. In total, 390 residential homes, 14 monasteries and 9 government buildings were destroyed. In Monglin, at least 128 homes were reduced to rubble. According to the United States Geological Survey's population exposure data, the final damages from the earthquake are most likely to be slightly under USD $100 million.
Strange lights in the night sky. Mysterious crafts hovering above the country side. Even reports of UFOs over America's capital buildings. These inexplicable sightings have been reported for decades. How will the world's governments respond when UFOs arrive? Or are these sightings a part of grand orchestrated plan of deception?
On the tiny island of Tanna, Vanuatu in the South Pacific is one of the world's most active volcanoes: Mt Yasur. As the NASA Aura satellite orbited overhead today (March 18, 2011), the Ozone Mapping Instrument detected a large sulfur dioxide plume being emitted from the volcano.
OMI, though designed primarily for monitoring the ozone layer, is an important tool in monitoring volcanoes. NOAA's Satellite Analysis Branch operates the Washington Volcanic Area Advisory Center (WVAAC) in conjunction with the National Weather Service to issue volcanic ash advisories and alerts. These advisories are critical for air quality monitoring, but even more so for diverting air traffic in the impacted areas. Volcanic ash, if ingested by jet engines can cause significant damage, and even loss of the aircraft. It is estimated that NOAA’s ash monitoring saves the aviation industry between $100 and 200 million per year. The Mt Yasur volcano is situated in the Wellington (New Zealand) VAAC, but NOAA SAB processes and monitors plumes from many volcanoes around the world who's ash might enter the WVAAC airspace. - NOAA.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Cathy Pedlar and Kathryn Hamilton were walking by Presque Isle State Park's Misery Bay on Tuesday afternoon when they spotted thousands of dead fish along the north shore.
Pedlar said she's seen dead fish before, but never like this. "I haven't seen this density before," she said. Park and state officials were notified and a Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection official investigated. "This is a natural fish kill, no cause for alarm," Jim Grazio, a Great Lakes biologist with DEP's Office of the Great Lakes, said after inspecting the dead fish. He said 99 percent were gizzard shad and he believed their death was a natural event caused by temperature change. Grazio said the gizzard shad, a freshwater herring, is notoriously sensitive to cold temperatures and temperature changes. He also said more than the usual number of the fish were born in 2010 for unknown reasons. "A lot of them didn't survive," he said. The fish began dying in January and were under the ice, unseen until warmer temperatures caused a melt and the fish began washing up on shore, he said. There wasn't much decay because of the cold. Gizzard shad, which aren't typically eaten by people, form the base of the food chain for other fish, like lake trout, steelhead and walleye, Grazio said. But because of the large number of gizzard shad born in 2010, the kill won't cause other fish to go hungry this year, he said. Grazio said the fish kill isn't isolated to this area and dead gizzard shad have been reported all around the Great Lakes basin. A few other species of fish also were discovered Tuesday among the dead, along with a duck that could have died anytime and just been revealed by the melt. Grazio said he saw about half a dozen northern pike, mostly large females. "More than likely their death was related to spawning stress," he said. However, Grazio did urge people to prevent pets from eating any dead fish they find as a way to prevent potential disease transmission. - GoErie.
At least 32 musk oxen were found frozen in the ice on the northern coast of Alaska's Seward Peninsula, killed in the aftermath of a tidal surge and flooding from a winter storm blowing in off the Chukchi Sea, the National Park Service said Tuesday.
Researchers found the frozen animals March 15 while flying over the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve to track at least four of the animals, which had been outfitted with radio collars. "Basically, the radio collars led us to the dead animals," National Park Service spokesman John Quinley said. Officials planned to fly over the area again Tuesday to determine the fate of another 23 animals in the herd. It wasn't immediately clear if any of those were fitted with collars. "We didn't see any carcasses, but we didn't see them walking around," he said. The remainder of the herd could be buried deeper in the snow. If so, the bodies wouldn't be visible until spring. It's believed the animals died Feb. 25 when a winter storm created a tidal surge and coastal flooding that inundated lowlands. Before that, the group of 55 animals was seen Feb. 14, when four were fitted with GPS collars as part of a five-year study on the dynamics of the musk oxen population in northwest Alaska. The National Park Service plans to document the group of animals killed by taking teeth and bone samples to determine the age and health of the musk oxen as a reflection of the larger population. There are about 3,000 musk oxen on the Seward Peninsula, and there are about 100,000 worldwide, Quinley said... Such die-offs of a large number of animals are not unheard of because of where musk oxen live and their habits, and about 30 were killed a few years back on the North Slope. It's no different when large numbers of animals, like caribou or wolves, are killed in avalanches. "You end up with these sort of multiple fatalities from natural causes. They're not happening every day but they're happening fairly often," Quinley said. - MSNBC.
Carcasses of the Musk Oxen.
NASA's Chief Administrator Charles Bolden believes deeply that aliens exists. "Deep in my heart, I believe that there is good potential for other life in our universe," Bolden declared. He also said that "I have no doubt about things that will be discovered in the next year or so that will help us to rewrite text books."
The video also features the new International Director of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), Clifford Clift and former astronaut Edgar Mitchell, revealing their respective thoughts on whether aliens exist. Mitchell, at one point revealed, that "there is no doubt, we're being visited."
A clear narrative is manifesting now of an emerging reality and Bolden's words further solidifies the view that it is just a matter of time before we are witnesses to the contrived revelation of the extraterrestrial presence.
A mud volcano erupted in the central province of Ninh Thuan in Vietnam today. Another geothermal sign of the ongoing seismic upheaval along the Pacific "Ring of Fire."
Dr. Dinh Doan Lam, a senior official from the Institute for Geology of Vietnam, said that mud eruption in Ninh Thuan is not dangerous. Mud volcano or mud dome are used to refer to formations created by geo-excreted liquids and gases, although there are several different processes which may cause such activity. Hot water mixes with mud and surface deposits. Mud volcanoes are associated with subduction zones. Temperatures are much cooler in these processes than at igneous volcanoes. About 86 percent of the gas released from these structures is methane, with much less carbon dioxide and nitrogen emitted. Ejected materials are often a slurry of fine solids suspended in liquids which may include water, which is frequently acidic or salty, and hydrocarbon fluids. Mud volcanoes are not dangerous and they can be used to serve humans, for example mud bath services. However, Lam suggested research of the mud contents before use. However, the scientist noted that the area where the mud volcanoes are may have weak soil. Mud volcanoes have appeared in Indonesia, the Philippines, the US, Russia and some places in central Vietnam. - VietnamNet.
According to the German-born theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, if the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then mankind would only have four years of life left. Einstein came to this conclusion because of the fact that no more bees represents no more pollination, and effectively no more pollination would mean no more plants or animals. Ergo, no more man. The following report from the United Nations indicates that the probability of this scenario is becoming quite likely each day due to the devastating collapse in the worldwide bee population.
For several decades, colony collapse disorder (CCD) -- a mysterious condition where entire bee colonies die for seemingly no obvious reason -- has been inflicting bee populations across both Europe and the US. But scientists from the United Nations (UN) say the phenomenon is now a global crisis, afflicting bees across China, Japan, and Africa, as well as in other places. The report, issued by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), explains what many NaturalNews readers already know -- mainly that without bees, there will be no more food. Bees are one of nature's primary pollinators, and over 70 percent of the world's food supply relies on them to grow. "Human beings have fabricated the illusion that in the 21st century they have the technological prowess to be independent of nature," said Achim Steiner, UN Under-Secretary-General and UNEP Executive Director. "Bees underline the reality that we are more, not less, dependent on nature's services in a world of close to seven billion people." One such mode of "technological prowess" is the flagrant and irresponsible use of genetically-modified organisms (GMO). GMO technology is heavily reliant on the use of toxic pesticides and herbicides, which several recent studies have pinned to the widespread bee deaths. In January, a leaked document revealed that the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) actually knowingly approved a bee-killing pesticides known as clothianidin. This Bayer CropScience chemical has been identified as a primary instigator of CCD, and yet it has remained freely available on the market since 1993 when the EPA first approved it. Pesticides use is obviously not reserved just for GMOs, either. The entire industrial agriculture system that dominates the majority of the US food supply is heavily reliant on toxic pesticides of all varieties, which reports say now pollute over 90 percent of the nation's rivers. - Natural News.
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Several days ago, I highlighted the collapse of over 120 feet of a California highway into the Pacific Ocean, today a massive landslide block roads and left residents totally isolated and stranded in Scotts Valley.
Monday, March 21, 2011
PLANETARY TREMORS: Japan Quake and the Pacific "Ring of Fire"! UPDATE: Massive Japan Aftershocks & Seismic Upheavals on LISS! UPDATE: Massive SUNSPOT 1165 Emerges - Here Comes Trouble?!
Have a look at the following images of the latest earthquakes in the world for the past 7 days:
First, the IRIS Seismic Monitor
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
The Live Global Earthquake Incident Map
3D Map of the Pacific "Ring of Fire"
3D Map of Japan Earthquake and Aftershock Swarm
At the time of writing, USGS is conservatively report a total of 408 earthquakes around the globe over the last 7 days. The actual total should be somewhere over 600, due to the manipulation, deletion and suppression of earthquake data by the information agency. It must be noted that in 2006, then President, George W. Bush mandated that the USGS withhold evidence and information regarding major seismic and volcanism activity in the United States and around the globe, including the status of Yellowstone. Five years later, President Obama still has not repealed or canceled the order. Therefore, it is still in effect.
What is certain, whether or not USGS reports on it, is that the monster earthquake that devastated Japan was a monumental shift not just on the coastline and landscape of the island, but more importantly on the surface of Earth. There are already varying opinions on the actual changes to the planet. The Geospatial Information Authority in Tsukuba, Japan data revealed that the March 11 tremors shifted the Oshika Peninsula, near the epicentre by just over 17 feet and dropped it by just over 4 feet. Satoko Oki of the University of Tokyo's Earthquake Research Institute said the massive quake shifted Earth on its axis by as much as 4 inches, moving Japan closer eastward to the United States by up to a staggering 13 feet. Based on calculations using data received from global positioning satellites and stations, the redistribution of mass by the quake effectively shortened each day by a couple millionths of a second.
The greatest impact of the magnitude 9 earthquake was the Pacific Basin, where an arc of volcanoes and fault lines constitutes the "Ring of Fire." The quake shifted stress from different parts of fault lines to others, creating a trench in the sea floor of approximately 240 miles long and 120 miles wide, as tectonic plates slide above and beneath one another. One plate adjust downwards by 30 feet. The effect of this can be seen in the 3D earthquake map with the continuous succession of earthquakes along the arc and the perpetual aftershock swarms in Japan rising like space elevator into the sky with over 300 aftershocks at magnitude 5 and over. This pervasive distribution of stress by these successions and swarms is already piling on additional pressure up the nearby segments, which more than likely will escalate towards a breaking point, triggering another great earthquake. Based on this distribution of stress, I am of the view that the tectonic plates beneath Tokyo will soon yield to this pressure, ultimately resulting in a dramatic sinking of sections of Japan. Already, 250 miles of the coastal section of the country has dropped in altitude by two feet. Given that Japan sits at the juncture of the Eurasia Plate, the North American Plate and the Indo-Australian Plate, I also expect to see major seismic activity in Indonesia and America due to the subduction zones.
Today in Indonesia, up to 1,200 people had to flee an active volcano in its northern region.
The evacuations were made from two villages near Mount Karangetang, on Siau Island, the country's National Disaster Management Agency said. Local and national officials estimated the number of evacuees at between 800 - 1,200 people, with damage reported to a home, a church and some bridges. The nearly 6,000-foot (1,827-meter) volcano is one of Indonesia's most active. An eruption in August killed four people. Late last week, Indonesia's Volcanology and Geological Disaster Management Agency raised the volcano's alert status to its highest level, after noting increased activity on March 11. Ash clouds from Mount Karangetang reached 7,500 feet (2,300 meters) over the weekend, with lava reported flowing down the mountainside. - CNN.Volcanism in Indonesia is perhaps the most active along the "Ring of Fire," and when you couple that fact with the recent upsurge in earthquakes, sinkholes, cracking, flooding and loss of land elevation; then it is not hard to see that a significant geological displacement will happen there soon.
Speaking of earthquakes, 500 tremors left Nanded residents in India in a grip of fear.
Taking the rising scale of the tremors and the subsequent fear in the people of Nanded into account, the state government has appointed a committee of the geology experts from three renowned institutions to study the seismic activity in Nanded. With 500 incidences of tremors since 2007 -highest being 3.17 on Richter scale two weeks ago – the local administration apprehensive that if it crosses 5 on Richter scales, it could cause damage to the human lives and property. A committee of experts in geology and earth sciences from Geological Survey of India, Swami Ramanand Teerth University, Nanded and National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad has been constituted to study the micro generation. The committee will identify the most affected and vulnerable areas and the potential damage due to the tremors. State government has released the calamity fund of Rs46.66 lakh last week to facilitate the study. “This is the phenomena we have been experiencing since 2007. The villagers experience mild tremors and rumbling from the earth. The tremors are experienced generally in the post monsoon season. The latest one of 3.17 on Richter scale being the largest tremor so far. If the scale reaches 5, it could cause serious damage. We have taken the rise in scale very seriously,” said Nishikant Deshpande, resident district collector, Nanded. Of nearly 51.76 sq km of the total area of the city and rural Nanded district, more than 20 sq km is affected with the tremors. Sneh Nagar, Pawadebaug, Agricultural college, Shreya Nagar are most affected areas in Nanded. After 39 shocks in barely two hours on March 3, 2011 led to the apprehension among the people who spent two sleepless nights. The committee was constituted immediately after the tremors. - DNA India.Over the weekend, three aftershocks, one a strong 5.1 magnitude, rattled earthquake-weary residents of Christchurch in New Zealand.
Christchurch was ravaged by a 6.3 earthquake on February 22 that killed more than 150 people and has experienced many aftershocks in the month since then. But three tremors rolled across the city in quick succession on Sunday night, one of 3.0 at 9.43pm (1943 AEDT), the second of 5.1 four minutes later and the third of 2.9. The second and third shocks were in almost exactly the same location - 10km east of the city and 10km and llkm deep. No damage was immediately reported. One source told NZPA the first tremor was what Christchurch residents had become accustomed to as a "fairly standard" aftershock but the second jolt was much stronger and lasted far longer. Many aftershocks have been recorded since the "big one" in February. – Herald Sun.Meanwhile, in the Philippines an earthquake with an initial magnitude of 6.4 rocked the northern regions on Sunday, but there were no initial reports of damages, the government's volcanology and seismology institute said.
The quake, centred offshore 117 km northeast of Laoag city on the main Philippine island of Luzon, was felt as far as the capital Manila, the institute said in a report posted on its website. "It's quite big so we are calling and checking on islands in the north, but there are no reports of damages yet," Ismael Narag, officer in charge of the seismology department at the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology, told Reuters. - 7 News.
In Afghanistan, a mild earthquake with its epicentre in the Hindukush region in Afghanistan hit the Kashmir valley on Monday.
The tremor of magnitude 5.8 occurred around 3.20 in the afternoon and lasted for three seconds, MeT officials have said. The jolt, which was felt in almost all parts of the valley, prompted people to rush out of buildings fearing repeat of the 2005 quake, which devastated several border areas of the valley, including Srinagar. There was no report of any damage due to the tremor. - India Today.
What will happen next? Stay tuned.
UPDATE: Massive Japan Aftershocks and Seismic Upheavals on LISS!
Japan's northeast coast today, measuring above magnitude 6.0 and occurring within about two-and-a-half hours of each other. The first aftershock measured 6.6, followed by a 6.4 and then a 6.6. No tsunami warning was issued. There have been about 600 aftershocks since the monster 9.0 magnitude quake that initially hit Japan more than a week ago, but these latest aftershocks are some of the strongest ones since then. At the time of writing this update, there have been 18 aftershocks since the start of today alone. The three strong aftershocks had a depth between 9.6 to 16.8 miles, occurring off the east coast of Honshu and was felt as far as northeast of the capital Tokyo.
The telemetry data from station MAJO in Japan for the Live Internet Seismic Server (LISS) illustrates the seismic upheavals.
As a matter of fact, practically all of the monitoring stations on LISS are showing a tremendous spike in their respective telemetric data. Just have a look at the stations in nearby China:
This spike is also reflected in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) National Data Buoy Center data for Station 21418 in northeast Tokyo. According to NOAA, the "Event data from DART Station 21418 has exhibited spikes in the data due to electronics noise that are not an indication of water level."
Interestingly, Indonesia was rocked by two earthquakes today as well, a 4.6 in Java and a 4.7 in Southern Sumatra. The Java quake had a depth of 25.2 miles with a distance of up to 140 miles, where rumblings was felt near southwest of Jakarta and Bandung. The Sumatra quake had a depth of 59.7 miles with a distance of up to 373 miles near the western regions of Jakarta and the southern sections of Singapore.
Like I have said before, the distribution of seismic stress on the tectonic plates will ultimately result in more devastation in Japan and other countries along the Pacific "Ring of Fire."
UPDATE: Massive SUNSPOT 1165 Emerges - Here Comes Trouble?
According to Space Weather, the situation of Earth changes will be compounded soon with the introduction of geomagnetic storms.
HERE COMES TROUBLE? A big sunspot is emerging over the sun's southeastern limb, and it is crackling with activity. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded a surge of extreme ultraviolet radiation from the sunspot's magnetic canopy on March 21st. This appears to be the return of old sunspot 1165, last seen in early March when it formed on the sun's southwestern limb. Since then it has been transiting the far side of the sun, apparently growing in size and restlessness. The potential for trouble will become more clear in the hours ahead as the active region emerges in full. Stay tuned.Stay tuned, indeed.
In Vietnam last year, Professor Le Van Trung, the director of the Geomatics Center of the Vietnam National University of HCMC told a seminar that the pace of land sinking had accelerated, that land-surface subsidence in many districts of the country was quite alarming and warned that the situation was approaching a critical point.
Areas vulnerable to land-surface subsidence include Thu Duc and Binh Chanh districts, as well as districts 6, 7, and 8 with an average sinking rate of over 10 millimeters a year, he said. Trung gave this warning after he had spent 18 months to conduct a VND10-billion project using Dynamic Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar, or Insar technology, to detect and measure the ground surface deformation around the city. “Some streets such as Kha Van Can in Thu Duc District, Vinh Loc B in Binh Chanh District, Ton That Thuyen and Ly Chieu Hoang in District 6 and other areas south of the city have subsided by 0.3 meter since 2000,” he said. The professor said the easily-seen consequence of land sinking was an increase in flooding sites around the city and that “79 out of 116 flooding sites in the city are the direct consequence of quick sinking of the land surface. We all know that under the impacts of climate change, sea level is forecast to rise by 0.7 meter by 2100, while the land surface in HCMC has been subsiding by at least 10 millimeters a year. Consequently, 60% of the total area of the city could expectedly be submerged under the seawater by that time if we don’t take quick measures to cope with the matter,” he warned. - VietNews.Professor Trung's warning is based on hard science and provides confirmation of the continued compression along the rim of the Pacific Ocean, the "Ring of Fire," where the preponderance of volcanic and earthquake activity on fault zones place great stress on the tectonic plates with massive vibrations and collisions. This will ultimately result in increase flooding, as the sinking of land mass and the drop in elevation, is severely contrasted with rising sea water levels and persistently heavy rain.
The situation is getting worse daily, where the peak of water level of the Saigon River reached 1.45 metres plunging city streets with high flood tides.
VIETNAM'S HIGH FLOOD TIDES!
The high tide has risen over the last few days and is expected to continue to do so for the next three days in the low lying sections of the Saigon- Dong Nai River. According to the Southern Regional Hydro Meteorological Forecasting Center, at Phu An Station, the Saigon River might see the tide rise higher to 1.42m-1.45ms. At the Nha Be Station, it is expected to rise to 1.38-1.42ms. The flood tide would peak around 4-7am and 5-8pm everyday, the center said. The city Steering Committee for Flood and Storm Prevention and for Search and Rescue has ordered rescue forces to stand by ready to cope with the flooding in the highly prone areas in districts of 12, Thu Duc, Binh Thanh, Go Vap and Cu Chi. - Saigon Daily.In the Philippines, floods that hit Eastern Visayas have since displaced over 114,000 individuals.
THE PHILIPPINES DELUGE AFFECTS OVER 100,000!
According to the Office of the Civil Defense (OCD), 114,543 individuals, representing 22,823 families, were affected by the flooding as of Saturday morning. Post your online prayers for Japan earthquake victims. The OCD said the families affected by the floods were from the 247 barangays from 16 towns of Leyte. In Tacloban, 53,533 individuals were reportedly affected by floods. However, only 3,605 persons were evacuated to various evacuation centers in the city. In Southern Leyte, 1,030 persons representing 250 families from the towns of Saint Bernard and Sogod were reported to have been affected by floods. In Samar, at least 4,275 persons (817 families) from the eight barangays of Sta. Rita town were affected. But records from the regional office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) revealed that 12,382 persons were affected by flooding in Pambujan, Northern Samar, while 253 persons from 86 families from Pinabacdao, Samar were likewise affected. The OCD-Eastern Visayas has also confirmed nine people died from the floods, eight of them from Tacloban City while the other fatality was in Palo town, Leyte. To recall, an entire family of seven was killed when their house in Barangay Cabalawan was buried in a landslide, while a 65-year-old man died at the height of the flooding incident on Wednesday. - Sun Star.In Indonesia, hundreds of homes in the Village and Village Tanjung Wawonasa Ternate, Manado, North Sulawesi, inundated with a height reaching two to three meters, on Sunday.
THE INDONESIAN INUNDATION!
Floods caused by heavy rains that hit the area. Every rainy season, Cape Village and Village Ternate Wawonasa be subscribed flooding because it is located on the outskirts of River Tondano. Due to flooding, thousands of residents fled to higher ground such as mosques and schools that have a second floor. According to residents, since they were last week flooded three times the shipment of the City of Tondano. Citizens expect the government to build levees on the outskirts das prevent any future flooding in every rainy season. There are no reports of casualties due to this disaster. - Berita.In Bangladesh, tidal water yesterday marooned at least 300 landless families at three villages of Sukhchar union under Hatiya upazila.
DEVASTATING TIDAL WATERS IN BANGLADESH!
The surge also damaged crops on about 700 acres of land at Nall Chira, Kela Danga and Sukhchar. Anowar Hossain, president of Workers Party unit in Hatiya upazila and a local said that a powerful tidal surge hit Sukhchar union embankment at about 5:00 pm. The embankment collapsed giving way to tidal water which submerged the three villages, he added. At least 300 landless people became marooned while peanut, pulse, water melon, cucumber, pumpkin and other crops and vegetables on 700 acres went under water. Prof Wali Ullah, chairman, Hatiya upazila parishad said he had no fund to help them. "But I am trying to communicate with deputy commissioner of Noakhali for aid. The situation might deteriorate at night with fresh tide in the Meghna River," he said. - The Daily Star.In Brazil, the heavy rains that hit the coastal region are still causing havoc for residents. The final statement released by the Paraná Civil Defense, points out that at least 478 people remain in shelters in the cities of Morriston, Paranaguá and Antonina. Gradually, residents trying to go back to routine amid the destruction caused by storms.
BRAZIL RAINS, FLOODS AND LANDSLIDES!
By Antonina, in record number of homeless, 340 people remain in shelters already in Paranagua, the number is somewhat lower, with 159 installed in housing relief. Morrisons still have 20 homeless, most of the region of Forest, the rural area. Of the 450 men of the fire brigade and military police, at least 100 of them are volunteers. They were in operation in the summer and have been released last Friday, however, remained in the region to help those affected by the rains. BR-277 following two-way working between 0:29 km, yet as the movement of cars is small, the traffic in the region is normal. In the BR-376 system Stop / Follow remains between 663 and 673 km. Because of this, the total time of a trip from Curitiba to the coast of Santa Catarina can last until 8am. On the contrary, the path may take up to 12 hours. Due to landslides on Saturday at least 30% of the population of Antonina was without water. Technicians working for the problem to be solved. - Jornais.In New South Wales in Australia, one person may have been swept into a swollen creek at Warilla, as a deluge floods the Illawarra causing traffic havoc and train delays.
FLASH FLOODING DELUGE NEW SOUTH WALES!
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, between 9am and 1.30pm today, 154mm of rain has fallen on Albion Park. However in the northern suburbs, Bellambi has only received 37mm over the same period. Police are investigating a report of a person swept into a creek in Oakleigh Park, Warilla, today. Meanwhile homes have reportedly begun to be inundated with flood waters in Albion Park near Grey St and Fleet Cres. Mobile homes at Lake Windemere Caravan Park Warilla, Shellharbour City Stadium and Warilla Library have also reportedly been flooded. Drivers trying to get in or out of Albion Park have been thwarted with multiple roads flooded. The Illawarra Hwy has been flooded between the Princes Hwy and Tongarra Rd and in Albion Park Rail, flooding has closed the Princes Hwy in both directions. Meantime, one southbound lane on the F6 Freeway at the Northcliffe Dr exit ramp is closed due to flooding. At Cringila, northbound lanes on Five Islands Rd at Emily St have flooded and all lanes of the Illawarra Hwy at Macquarie Pass have been affected by flood water. Drivers were advised to avoid flooded areas.Expect more of this to continue, as the ongoing seismic upheavals of the tectonic plates will result in the lowering of land elevations, as well as rising sea and river levels. Ergo, more flooding.
MYSTERY: Symbols of Alien Sky, HAARP, Seismic Stress or Technical Error - Radar ANOMALY Larger Than Belgium Seen Across Europe?!
Meteox, a weather satellite, radar and forecasting system. The unusual formation is estimated to be larger than the country of Belgium and has left many wondering what the unidentified object represents. Was it a spacecraft, a HAARP ring signature, a technical error with the radar system or seismic activity?
Here is a video representation as it actual appears on the Meteox radar systems.
One can't help but wonder about this strange pattern and compare it to the mysterious weather anomalies that appeared over the skies of Australia from January 15 to February 5 of last year, where a similar doughnut-shaped formation was first seen in Perth that morphed into various ring-shaped configurations over several days.
The evidence derived from the extraordinary aerial phenomenon pointed to the experiments and frequency interference of the HAARP facility in Exmouth, Australia as responsible. A weather modification and manipulation project that was later seen as a precursor to the bizarre weather anomalies that hit Australia in the latter part of 2010, where the country was submerged under a deluge of flooding of biblical proportions, that engulfed an area larger than France and Germany combined.
If this new radar representation in Europe emanates from one of HAARP's worldwide facilities, should we expect mysterious weather anomalies and planetary tremors soon, given that this could be a directed interference and distortion of Earth's magnetic field?