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BEIJING — Nearly nine months after a devastating earthquake in Sichuan Province, China, left 80,000 people dead or missing, a growing number of American and Chinese scientists are suggesting that the calamity was triggered by a four-year-old reservoir built close to the earthquake’s geological fault line.
StormBringer wrote:Cell phone is a pain but will try to keep in touch every so often.
ReverseEngineer wrote:StormBringer wrote:Cell phone is a pain but will try to keep in touch every so often.
Can you check the seismos from the Cell Phone?
Whatever it was, the fireball on Sunday caused great consternation and wonder across Central Texas. Dozens of people called the police to report sonic booms and a bright fireball plunging toward the ground around 11 a.m.
ReverseEngineer wrote:To be visible in broad daylight if it was in fact a meteor it would have had to have been around the size of a Pickup Truck. That is a hefty size meteor. If you remember back a few months, a fairly substantial one hit Europe. We also have the evidence of increasing Geological activity in Vulcanism and Earthquakes, which I have theorized is coming from another gravitational stressor, as yet unidentified.
If we are on a collision course with something big enough to cause gravtiational stress on the planet, its mighty big indeed, or mighty dense. In order not to be visible at this point it might be small but very dense. Could we be on a collision course with a NEUTRON STAR?
Too bad Storm isn't here He'd LOVE this theory
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Sulfur dioxide from the volcano has wiped out multiple small farms and nurseries in the nearby largely rural district of Kau. The gas, which creates volcanic smog when mixed with sunlight and air, threatens the viability of some area flower and vegetable crops.
Roses, sunflowers, protea, lettuce, tomatoes, and even medical marijuana are hurt by the smog.
Many farmers are desperately hoping government grants or other financial help will save their farms. But the recession has depressed state tax revenues, and Hawaii has little money to help farmers.
Sulfur dioxide is not new on the Big Island, where Kilauea has been erupting continuously since 1983. But last March, the volcano began releasing two to four times more sulfur dioxide, and a second, simultaneous eruption began at the summit's Halemaumau crater.
Sulfur dioxide volumes have reached levels unseen since scientists began keeping data in 1979.
Shannymara wrote:Redoubt has become very active again after a period of being downgraded from orange to yellow. Information and links to webicorders are here:
The Alaska Volcano Observatory is reporting that the volcanic ash has reached 50,000 feet.
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