Validation for my evolution/magnetic reversal theories from Dr. S. C. Tsakas in Athens. Continue reading Lightning in my brain
3 Sep 11 – This year, the U.S. has had a record 10 weather catastrophes costing more than a billion dollars: Continue reading Nature pummeling U.S. with extremes
2 Sep 11 – Following an intense week of earthquakes and tremors, experts believe magma is slowly filling inside Iceland’s massive Katla volcano, Continue reading Katla showing more signs of eruption
3 Sep 11 – The Volcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation Center (PVMBG) has elevated the status of three volcanoes in Nusa Tenggara from normal to alert, according to an official. Continue reading 18 Indonesian volcanoes on alert status
31 Aug 11 – Popocatepetl volcano spewed ash more than 3,200 feet (1 km) into the sky four times on Tuesday, Mexico’s national disaster prevention agency said.
The agency said there was a possibility ash could fall on to Mexico City overnight, and urged people to stay at least 7 miles (12 km) from the crater.
The three-mile-high volcano, pronounced po-po-ka-TEH-peh-tel, is located about 36 miles (65 km) southeast of the Mexican capital.
Thanks to Laurel for this link
2 Sep 11 – “Wow. This could be a very heavy, prolific rainmaker,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Frank Revitte. Continue reading 20 inches of rain for US Gulf coast
14 Sep 11 – The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the central and southwest mountains of Colorado, Continue reading Snow forecast for mountains around Aspen
Renowned physicist Vladimir Paar has revealed that Europe could be just five years away from the start of a new Ice Age Continue reading Croat scientist warns that ice age could start in five years
1 Sep 11 – “3.2 Quake today followed by 2.5 and 2.2 at Katla!” says reader Thomas Loher. Continue reading 3.2 Quake at Katla
1 Sep 11 – Snow started falling during the day Wednesday in the Canadian Rockies and will continue in some areas across the northern Rockies of the U.S. early today Continue reading Snowing in Montana – in August!
1 Sep 11 – “Just wanted to send you this link about the summer 2011 in Denmark,” says reader Elisabeth Popp Sambleben. Continue reading Denmark – 2nd wettest summer in 137 years
30 Aug 11 – “New findings point to cosmic rays and the sun — not human activities — as the dominant controller of climate on Earth,” Continue reading How could a magnetic reversal trigger an ice age?
31 Aug 11 – It’s official. “This summer has been the wettest since 1906, with 10cm more rain than in average years, the KNMI weather bureau said on Wednesday.” Continue reading The Netherlands – Wettest summer since 1906
31 Aug 11 – Following the coldest June in nearly 40 years and the coldest July in 50 years, this month is now one of the coldest Augusts since records began in 1851. Continue reading Ireland – One of coldest Augusts since 1851
31 Aug 11 – This summer has been the UK’s coolest since 1993, provisional Met Office figures indicate. Continue reading UK – Coolest summer in nearly 20 years