Category Archive: Signs in Earth Changes

Fish & Ocean Life Continue to Die at Alarming Rates

A collection of recent stories reporting the continued die off of fish and other ocean life: Another mass die-off: Millions of fish found dead in China (NaturalNews) Two days before the massive 9.0+… Continue reading

26 die in Indian floods, 200,000 evacuated

BHUBANESWAR, India — At least 26 people have died and nearly 200,000 have been evacuated as a result of massive flooding in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, a minister said on Thursday.… Continue reading

Mystery of Hurricane Irene’s Gross Gray Blobs Solved

When Hurricane Irene barreled up the U.S. Eastern coastline, the storm left behind a path of widespread damage — and a generous helping of mysterious, squishy gray blobs in shallow waters and beaches… Continue reading

4.4 magnitude earthquake rattles West Texas

A 4.4 M earthquake Sunday morning shook the ground across Scurry County and parts of West Texas. The USGS reports the quake was centered 11 miles northeast of Snyder and had a depth of 6.4… Continue reading

Health fears over toxic floodwaters as death toll rises to five and 130,000 people are forced to evacuate across three states

Floodwaters from the remnants of Lee and Irene have become tainted with sewage and other toxins and are threatening public health in parts of the north east. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett warned of… Continue reading

Indonesia inching closer to volcanic day of reckoning as volcanic unrest spreads

Since its status was raised to alert level III of the alert level II, the activity of Mount Papandayan has never decreased- in fact; volcanic activity in the District Cisurupan, Kab. Garut has… Continue reading

Pakistan flooding disaster reaches epic proportions- 2 million homeless

Arguably the biggest global story that is getting the least attention here in the west are the monsoon induced floods in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. Pakistan is by far the hardest hit. Some… Continue reading

Parts of U.S. experienced hottest summer in 75 years

The average U.S. temperature during the summer of 2011 was 74.5 degrees, which was 2.4 degrees above the long-term (1901-2000) average. Only the Dust Bowl year of 1936, at 74.6 degrees, was warmer.… Continue reading

Global warming brings crab threat to Antarctica

The sea floor around the West Antarctica peninsula could become invaded by a voracious king crab, which is on the march thanks to global warming, biologists reported on Wednesday. The worrisome intruder is… Continue reading

Maria and Nate Could Reach US

Tropical storms Maria and Nate have joined Hurricane Katia in the Atlantic Basin. Maria is located over the central Atlantic Ocean, while Nate is positioned over the southwestern Gulf of Mexico. Current indications are… Continue reading

Are the Number of Earthquakes Increasing?

Is the number of earthquakes increasing?  Are major earthquakes becoming more frequent?  In the aftermath of the magnitude-5.8 earthquake in Virginia, a whole lot of people are asking those questions.  All over the… Continue reading

1,000 Texas Homes Burned and Fire Department Funding Cut 75% this Year

Officials: 1,000 Texas homes burned in past week AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — More than 1,000 homes have been destroyed in at least 57 wildfires across rain-starved Texas, most of them in one devastating… Continue reading

Deadly Tropical Storm Lee rages ashore, spawning spin off tornadoes, wrecking homes and causing at least two deaths

Tropical Storm Lee spawned tornado sightings and alerts from the Louisiana Gulf Coast to the Florida panhandle on Sunday, while widespread flooding caused at least two deaths. More than a dozen tornado sightings… Continue reading

Plane crash causes fast-moving California brush fire that’s ‘growing by the minute’

A small plane sparked a major blaze when it crashed near a rural California community, igniting a deadly brush fire that killed one person. The massive fire levelled a home and threatened at… Continue reading

Earthquake prediction still eludes scientists – so don’t depend on them to warn of earthchanges

Despite decades of research, earthquake prediction remains elusive. As much as society would like scientists to tell us when a jolt is coming, mainstream seismologists are generally pessimistic about ever having that ability.… Continue reading

Rare event sends S. Pacific waves crashing into California coasts

Massive waves slamming into California’s coast – killing at least one person and causing millions of dollars in damage – are being labelled the “New Zealand surf” because of where they are coming… Continue reading

Typhoon Talas carves trail of destruction through Japan- 18 dead, 50 missing

At least 18 people have been killed and more than 50 are missing after powerful Typhoon Talas ripped through western Japan, local media reports. The storm brought heavy rain and winds of up… Continue reading

Scientists dismayed by unending string of disasters plaguing U.S.

September 3, 2011 – WASHINGTON, DC – Nature is pummeling the United States this year with extremes. Unprecedented triple-digit Fahrenheit (38-plus degree Celsius) heat and devastating drought. Deadly tornadoes leveling towns. Massive rivers overflowing. A billion-dollar… Continue reading

Disasters in US: An extreme and exhausting year

WASHINGTON (AP) — Nature is pummeling the United States this year with extremes. Unprecedented triple-digit heat and devastating drought. Deadly tornadoes leveling towns. Massive rivers overflowing. A billion-dollar blizzard. And now, unusual hurricane-caused… Continue reading

Dead sea life washes up on shore after oil spill

Fishermen pick dead shrimp out of their haul in Leting county, Tangshan, North China’s Hebei province, Aug 31, 2011. Large quantities of the seafood they hauled in were dead. Hebei is located by… Continue reading

Drought intensifies in the South, no end in sight

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Record-breaking triple-digit temperatures were prolonging a devastating drought that has been baking the South and the dry spell could extend into next year and beyond, climate experts said on Thursday. “Just… Continue reading

7.1 Alaska Quake Triggers Warning In Aleutian Islands

Residents of southern Alaska awoke Friday morning to a major earthquake. It triggered a tsunami warning near the Aleutian Islands. But no damage has been reported and there was no tsunami. For the… Continue reading

So hot, fires now starting themselves

Firefighters said a brush fire started Saturday due to spontaneous combustion in a mulch or compost pile. The fire burned an area of dense bamboo behind a home near Mopac and Windsor. “As… Continue reading

Offshore mud volcano erupts in Azov Sea in Ukraine

The term mud volcano or mud-dome is used to refer to formations created by geo-excreted liquids and gases, although there are several different processes which may cause such activity. Hot water mixes with… Continue reading

Hurricane Katia path continues bending toward US

Hurricane Katia continued marching generally toward the U.S. coastline on Friday afternoon and, despite temporarily lapsing into a tropical storm, still is expected to intensify over the next five days into a category 2… Continue reading