Monthly Archive: July, 2011

Jobs growth stalls, setting back recovery hopes

(Reuters) – U.S. jobs growth ground to a near halt in June as employers hired the fewest workers in nine months, frustrating hopes the economy would bounce back quickly from a slowdown in… Continue reading

12 Signs the World is Running Out of Food

#1 More than 3 billion people, close to half the world’s population, live on less than 2 dollar a day. #2 Over the past year, the global price of food has risen by… Continue reading

A 2004 secret report warned of catastrophes and coming global upheaval

This is a chilling article and we reexamine what was written some 7 years ago, in 2004, in light of recent earthchanges. Here’s the UK article in part that appeared in the Guardian:… Continue reading

World food prices near record high, says UN agency

Global food prices rose sharply in June, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), after a steep increase in the price of sugar. The price of sugar rose by 14% last… Continue reading

Storms cast cloud over shuttle launch plans

Ferocious thunderstorms drenched Cape Canaveral today as final preparations take place for tomorrow’s planned liftoff of the final shuttle flight. The Kennedy Space Center issued a lightning warning, and lightning struck near the… Continue reading

Chilean volcano grounds flights in South America

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Ash from a Chilean volcano is grounding flights across much of South America again, disrupting travel for thousands of people just as the continent’s premier football tournament gets going.… Continue reading

U.S. Forests Threatened By Insects, Report Finds

Marauding insects have become a leading threat to the nation’s forests over the past decade, a problem made worse by drought and a warming climate, a federal report says. Bark beetles, engraver beetles… Continue reading

2011 flooding set to rival worst in U.S. history

With rivers still running above flood stage and soils saturated, forecasters predicted on Wednesday this summer flooding season could rival the worst in United States history. In the “Great Flood of 1993,” record-breaking… Continue reading

Earth continues to reel as powerful earthquakes shake Kermadec sea-floor

It feels safe to say the swarm of earthquakes plaguing the Kermadec trench is more than just mere aftershocks and may portend that a larger event is brewing. The earthquake intensity in this… Continue reading

New Series of Quakes Between Messina and Mount Etna

Palermo – An uncountable series of quakes have been recorded in Sicily. The strongest one had a magnitude of 3.1 and was recorded in the province of Messina, along the northern coast of… Continue reading

Deepening seismic tension agitating tectonic plates across the globe

July 6, 2011- MOZAMBIQUE – The tension is nigh universal. In South America, double earthquakes have hit Colombia- a 4.7 and a 4.1. A 4.4 similarly has rattled Nicaragua. The Caribbean is unsettled with… Continue reading

European debt crisis: Portugal is latest domino to fall

European debt crisis: the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, needs to accept that the richer EU nations took a risky bet in buying Portuguese debt. Photograph: Picture Perfect/Rex Features There is a growing sense… Continue reading

Florida Invasion of the Jellyfish

In all my years of beaching it in northern Volusia county, I’ve never seen an invasion of jellyfish, also known as sea jellies, quite like what filled the surf and littered the beach… Continue reading

50 mile-wide massive dust storm descends on Phoenix Arizona

CHANDLER, AZ – Customers across parts of Arizona are still without power as crews and residents continue cleaning up after Tuesday night’s massive dust storm. Several trees were knocked down in Chandler after… Continue reading

UFOs Captured Amidst Massive Arizona Dust Storm

Why are UFO sightings so common around Natural Disasters such as this dust storm in Arizona? The TRUTH, is that some of the phenomena witnessed can be attributed to the fallen angels, others… Continue reading

New UK Crop Circle July 2011

Milk Hill, Nr Alton Barnes, Wiltshire. Reported 6th July Source Those of mankind, who study and theorize where crop circles come from and what they mean, have taken no note of the writing… Continue reading

Cesium 137 Found in Tokyo Drinking Water

Bloomberg: Radioactive cesium-137 was found in Tokyo’s tap water for the first time since April as Japan grapples with the worst nuclear disaster in 25 years. The level was below the safety limit… Continue reading

More rain, less snow leads to faster Arctic ice melt

The research was presented today by Dr James Screen from the University of Melbourne at the XXV International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics General Assembly in Melbourne. The Arctic region is warming more… Continue reading

Warnings of Volcanic Eruptions

Scientists are now warning that volcanoes in Western Victoria and South Australia are due to erupt. The prediction comes just hours after two earthquakes hit the state this morning. Using new dating techniques,… Continue reading

Radiation Coverups Confirmed: Los Alamos, Fort Calhoun, Fukushima, TSA

Documents are beginning to surface confirming what many have been alleging since the start of this crisis: that governments the world over have been conspiring with the nuclear energy industry to downplay the… Continue reading

Crews gain fighting New Mexico wildfire, now fear floods

As firefighters made progress saving Indian pueblo lands on the north end of New Mexico’s largest wildfire, officials worried on Monday about a possible second punch from Mother Nature — flash floods. The… Continue reading

Video: Compilations of UFO Sightings July 2011

Some of these videos have already been reported on here at End Times Signs, but this video is an impressive compilation of many of the best UFO sightings so far for July 2011… Continue reading

Fukushima residents have radioactive urine

There’s some sad news from The Land of the Rising Sun today. Fukushima residents now have radioactive urine. According to The Japan Times, more than 3 millisieverts of radiation were measured in the… Continue reading

S&P: We’ll Drop U.S. Debt Rating From AAA to D in August

Standard & Poor’s, the credit rating agency, will drop the United States’ debt rating from a pristine triple-A to a pathetic D if Republicans and Democrats cannot agree on a deal by August… Continue reading

Videos: Recent UFO Sightings from Around the World

If you see an army on your borders, or see a large crowd watching but not making direct contact, then something is being stated without saying a word. It is a SHOW OF… Continue reading