Monthly Archive: July, 2011

Recent Outbreaks and Epidemic & Biological Hazards July 18-24, 2011

Toxic Seaweed (France) Fears in Brittany over the health risks of toxic seaweed have been re-ignited after two wild boar were found dead on a beach and the amount of the foul-smelling green… Continue reading

Freak weather forces waterfall to flow UPWARDS

Extreme weather has been battering Australia this week. Winds have become so strong that waterfalls have been blown upwards. The strong winds, which are seriously affecting the waterways of southern Australia, have gone… Continue reading

Campus Ministry Drops ‘Christ’ From Name

One of the nation’s most prominent Christian ministries has decided to take Christ out of its name – a move that has generated cries of political correctness from within the evangelical community. Campus… Continue reading

Alaska volcano shows signs of impending eruption

(Reuters) – Recent satellite images of a remote Alaska volcano along a flight route for major airlines show it may be poised for its first big eruption in 10 years, scientists said. The… Continue reading

Cholera in Dominican Republic kills 87

Authorities in the Dominican Republic have announced that the death toll in the cholera epidemic that spread from Haiti has risen to 87. The health ministry said on Friday that the death toll… Continue reading

Lightning Sparks Chinese Train Crash, 33 Dead

A lightning strike knocked out power to a high-speed train in eastern China late Saturday, sparking a crash and derailment that killed at least 33 people and injured more than 90 others. China’s… Continue reading

6 Beaches Closed due to Jellyfish Invasion in Spain

AN invasion of Aussie jellyfish has forced Spain to close six beaches at popular holiday resort areas after more than 100 swimmers were treated for stings. Normally seen in the southern Atlantic or… Continue reading

Recent UFO Sightings from Around the World

Reports of UFOs are a daily occurrence. How many are seen but not reported?The Beast knows what is coming as they are well aware of the Spiritual War that is raging on and… Continue reading

Florida sinkhole swallows building

An enormous sinkhole has opened up in the town of Leesburg, Fla.,, and it’s hungry. It’s already gobbled up a garbage bin, an oak tree, the back wall of the building housing a salon… Continue reading

Paleoecologists suggest mass extinction due to huge methane release

Prior to this research, most scientists have believed that the sudden extinction of nearly half of all life forms on the planet was due solely to the emissions from volcanic eruptions that were… Continue reading

Obama admits the government could default as debt talks collapse AGAIN

House Speaker John Boehner blamed President Barack Obama for the collapse of U.S. debt ceiling talks, saying the White House sought to raise taxes and failed to ‘make the tough choices’ on spending… Continue reading

Volcano erupts in Kamchatka

Hot lava has flown down the eastern slope of a volcano called Kizimen, on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Far East of Russia. The ash plume stretches for 15 kilometers and is a… Continue reading

North Korea Battered By Flooding And Landslides

PYONGYANG (BNO NEWS) – Heavy rains and resulting landslides last week have caused widespread damage in parts of North Korea, state-run media reported on Friday. It is unclear if there were casualties. Heavy… Continue reading

New UK Crop Circle, Reported July 22, 2011

East Kennett (2), nr Avebury, Wiltshire. Reported 22nd July Crop Circle Connectors There’s even more hidden within the crop circle formations than the initial design. Like the Word, you must delve deeply to… Continue reading

Fifteen pilot whales in trouble in Kyle of Durness

Two whales have come ashore and up to 15 others were in difficulty in shallow water at Kyle of Durness, on the north Highland coast. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said the… Continue reading

UN security council to consider climate change peacekeeping

A special meeting of the United Nations security council is due to consider whether to expand its mission to keep the peace in an era of climate change. Small island states, which could… Continue reading

Jobless claims rise above expectations

(Reuters) – The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, pointing to a labor market that is struggling to regain momentum. Initial claims for state… Continue reading

Sinkhole Opens Up in Guatamala Beneath Woman’s Bed

Here’s something you never want to hear: “That loud booming sound is coming from inside the house!” That’s what one Inocenta Hernandez from Guatemala City learned after a sudden noise caused her to… Continue reading

Citrus Greening Disease Closes Jamaica’s Citrus Nurseries

Citrus nurseries in Jamaica are closed until further notice to prevent the spread of citrus greening disease. The disease, officially known as huanglongbing, is a bacterial disease that affects citrus trees. The disease… Continue reading

Southern Chile buried under as much as 2 meters of snow

Araucania Region, Chile (Reuters) Heavy snow storms bury southern Chile in six feet of snow leaving communities isolated with blocked roads and downed power lines. A massive snowstorm dumped some six feet of… Continue reading

World one step away from economic meltdown

The world is just one misstep away from a complete financial, economic and geo-political meltdown. Though the mainstream voices have calmed their reports of Middle East conflict amid the debt ceiling and negative… Continue reading

Volcanic Activity Heats up in Iceland and Italy

Mt. Etna erupts with fountains of lava Iceland’s gotten all the press of late, but there are other volcanoes in the world. One of the more famous ones, Italy’s Mount Etna, spent Monday… Continue reading

Latest UFO Sightings from Around the World

Latest UFO sightings – This interesting video of unknown bright object was recorded in Sanremo in north-western Italy. This was recorded on Monday, 18th July 2011 at 9:15 pm. UFO sightings – New… Continue reading

Two New UK Crop Circles, Reported July 20, 2011

Cherhill Down, nr Yatesbury, Wiltshire. Reported 20th July. Edited to show more detail: Crop Circle Connector Dovendale Longbarrow, nr Louth, Lincolnshire. Reported 20th July Crop Circle Connector

Forest fires rage across northern Ontario

Dozens of wildfires raged across much of northwestern Ontario on the weekend as hot, dry weather swept the province, leaving forests tinder-dry. The provincial Ministry of Natural Resources says there are 92 active… Continue reading