Monthly Archive: July, 2011

7,500 earthquakes shake resolve in NZealand city

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) — It’s been 10 months since the first big earthquake struck New Zealand’s second-largest city. It’s been nearly five months since a far more devastating one killed 181 people… Continue reading

UN to declare famine in parts of Somalia

The United Nations is set to declare famine in parts of southern Somalia, signalling to donors the need for more aid and to insurgents that the population’s suffering is being taken seriously. Mark Bowden,… Continue reading

2nd Giant 4,000-Feet-High Dust Storms Hits Phoenix

The dust storms rolled through Pinal and Maricopa counties and caused minor airplane delays. The storms are also suspected to have played a role in a collision on Interstate 8 as well as… Continue reading

Europe’s Leaders Have Finally Run Out of Time

Only Germany can save EMU as contagion turns systemic If they fail to agree on some form of debt pooling and shared fiscal destiny at Thursday’s emergency summit, they risk a full-fledged run… Continue reading

Recent Biological & Epidemic Hazards Reported

Indonesia – Bali Post, Nusa Bali and Beritabali.com are all reporting that a species of purple and poisonous jellyfish have invaded the waters off Bali’s western beaches near Tabanan in an area stretching… Continue reading

Typhoon Ma-On Hits Japan

UPDATE: July 18, 2011 — Typhoon Ma-On has reached the southern island of Kyushu, Japan, early Tuesday morning local time. Sustained winds of 87 miles per hour and gusts of over 100 mph… Continue reading

Storms create `seabird wreck’

Countless thousands of prions have died in a phenomenon the Department of Conservation is calling a “seabird wreck.” DOC is caring for more than a hundred weak and weary seabirds at its New… Continue reading

New UK Crop Circle Reported 18th July 2011

Overton Down, nr Avebury, Wiltshire. Reported 18th July Crop Circle Connector Job 38:5 “Who fixed its dimensions? Certainly you know! Who stretched a measuring line across it?” The astute of mankind believe they… Continue reading

U.S. Sovereign Debt Downgraded to a “C-minus”, DHS Warns Of Terror Attack If Debt Ceiling Not Raised

U.S. Downgraded to ‘Near Junk’ by Weiss “NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Weiss Ratings on Friday downgraded its rating for United States sovereign debt to a “C-minus,” or just one notch above a junk… Continue reading

WHO Fears Measles Outbreak in Africa

The World health Organization is warning risk of disease outbreak in Africa. More specifically, the WHO is concerned about the spread of Measles in Ethiopia and Kenya. Due to droughts, large populations are… Continue reading

‘It sounded like a bomb’: Power of Indonesia’s latest volcanic eruption

A volatile volcano in central Indonesia unleashed its most powerful eruption yet today, spewing hot ash and smoke thousands of feet into the air and sending panicked villagers racing back to emergency shelters.… Continue reading

Fire rages in Jerusalem Forest, spreading toward oil refinery

Firefighters are battling a large fire that broke out Sunday in the Jerusalem Forest and Mount Herzl area in the west of the city. The fire is approaching the Har Nof, Bayit Vagan… Continue reading

V Formation UFO Activity Near Sun – Video

2 Chronicles 20:20 [ Victory and Plunder ] In the morning they got up early and went out to the wilderness of Tekoa. As they were about to go out, Jehoshaphat stood and… Continue reading

UFOs above Sakurajima Volcano Eruption – July 14, 2011

UFOs have always been interested in volcanoes and especially the activities of the Sakurajima Volcano. This volcano remains active. Is that normal or is there more to it? The lava seems to be radioactive and the debris coming out has a definite ‘wave’… Continue reading

10 Signs That The American People Are Starting To Freak Out About The Condition Of The Economy

All over America, restlessness and frustration are growing. It has now been almost three years since the great financial crash of 2008, and yet the U.S. economy is still a complete and total… Continue reading

Mississippi fishermen fear for dying oyster industry after flood spillways cause lack of salt water needed for survival

Mississippi oystermen can’t seem to catch a break. Over the years, the industry has been damaged by Hurricane Katrina, cheap imports, high gas prices and the perception Gulf oysters weren’t safe to eat… Continue reading

New Crop Circle in UK – July 14, 2011

New Warren Farm nr  Lane End, Hampshire. Reported 14th July Source Do you all know why crop circle patterned signs are found in wheat fields, barley and corn, linseed, soy, rapeseed and rye?… Continue reading

More dramatic climate extremes predicted in new scientific study

ScienceDaily (July 15, 2011) — Dramatic climate swings behind both last year’s Pakistan flooding and this year’s Queensland floods in Australia are likely to continue as the world gets warmer, scientists predict. Researchers… Continue reading

Indonesians flee volcano eruption on Sulawesi

Thousands of people on an Indonesian island have been forced to flee a fierce volcanic eruption. Mount Lokon, on Sulawesi, started erupting at around 2230 local time (1530 GMT) on Thursday, according to… Continue reading

‘Massive heat wave’ on way; Oklahomans urged to pray

While much of the U.S. was cooler Thursday ahead of another heat wave, temperatures were still around triple digits in Oklahoma and Texas — where ways to beat the heat included dumping 2,400… Continue reading

Rare July Snowfall in China

A rare scene of drifting snow in July appeared on the Zheduo Mountain, Kangding County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Sichuan Province, while people in many other places were suffering from hot summer.… Continue reading

Tectonic plate tension increasing for the potential of another large quake

July 15, 2011 – A string of moderate earthquakes across the globe indicates tectonic plate tension is once again increasing uniformly. The list of moderate earthquakes shaking the globe include a 5.6 in… Continue reading

Return of the gold standard as world order unravels

As the twin pillars of international monetary system threaten to come tumbling down in unison, gold has reclaimed its ancient status as the anchor of stability. The spot price surged to an all-time… Continue reading

POTUS: ‘This May Bring Down My Presidency, But I Will Not Yield on This’

From a GOP Aide at the Debt Talks: “Over the last several days the White House has been walking back the savings on the Biden number.  Thursday it was $2 trillion, Monday it… Continue reading

Gulf of Mexico Update – Waters at 100F+ at 1am & More

Related stories A search of latest News on Google also found: First Gulf of Mexico cruise: Dead zone already bigger than Delaware Under a new plan to better understand the evolution of the… Continue reading