Earth Changes: California Residents Flee, Massive Sinkhole in Russia & Two Rare Solar Eclipses
164 foot wide sinkhole opens in Bashkiria, Russiaopened up near the village Novokulevo in Nurimanovsky District. According to sources, the sinkhole measured 50 meters (164 feet) wide. Although sinkholes this large are rare, the region is known for its karst topography and numerous sinkholes. There was no known reports of injuries as a result of this opening.
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One major eruption of this volcano was in 1669 that resulted in Multiple eruptions and killed more than 20,000 people and left thousands more homeless. Most of the victims could have saved themselves by fleeing, but stayed, in a vain attempt to save their city. Mount Etna dominates the island of Sicily. Rising 11,000 feet above sea level in the northeast section of Sicily, it can be seen from just about every part of the 460-square-mile island. The geologic history of Mount Etna demonstrates that it has been periodically spewing ash and lava for thousands of years; the first recorded eruption of the volcano was in 475 BCE. It is the most active volcano in Europe. In 1169, an earthquake just prior to an eruption killed 15,000 people on Sicily. Despite the dangers of living near an active volcano, the eruptions made the surrounding soil very fertile, so many small villages developed on the slopes of the mountain.
just prior to His return, and many are speculating about what this giant “X” might mean. Astronomers have been buzzing about the upcoming solar eclipse on August 21st because it is so very rare. In fact, many are already making plans to travel to specific locations in order to have an optimal viewing experience. The following description of what will happen on that day comes from Fox News… READ MORE
Is California about to experience a powerful Earthquake? According to reports from the region, At least three homes in a Del Dios development near Lake Hodges, California have been evacuated after the earth beneath them reportedly started moving. This residence is reportedly a newer development called Cielo, which in Spanish means sky, appropriately named for its magnificent views from million-dollar mansions built on steep hilltops. According to residents In the 18000 block ofAvenida Apice cracked sidewalks and pavements forced these sudden evacuations. “We are getting an arcuate failure or pull away service where this mass of the earth is being pulled by gravity down the slope,” geologist Dr. Pat Abbott said. Reports have indicated that the cracks have shown up just in the last week-and-a-half and the cause of the sinking has not been identified.