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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

EARTH CHANGES: Europe Fears ‘The Big One’ After 140 Earthquakes Strike The French Alps In 40 Days

EARTH CHANGES: Europe Fears ‘The Big One’ After 140 Earthquakes Strike The French Alps In 40 Days
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In recent weeks, the locals living in the Maurienne part of Savoie in the French Alps have been getting used to being shaken awake at night. The region has been rocked by 140 earthquakes in a mere 40 days sparking fears that Europe may soon experience “the big one.”


Sismalp, a French earthquake organization, has registered 140 minor tremors in the area in the last month or so. And with the strongest tremor being recorded 3.8 on the Richter scale, many are panicked that Europe’s “big one” could occur soon. While none of the earthquakes have been strong enough to cause any structural damage, they are starting to worry locals. Residents have been briefed about how to act in the case of a powerful tremor.
Martine, a resident of the village of Montgellafray, told a local radio station: “The noise is like a storm coming from far away. Everything shakes. I said ‘that’s it, all the tiles are going to break’. The last earthquake was really frightening. Since the end of August, it has never stopped. Every two days there is one and they are getting more common.”
Other village residents say many are asking questions about the earthquake swarm and the potential large-scale quake in the near future. “Everyone is asking questions. Everyone in the village is talking about it,” Yves, a fellow resident said.
But those living in the region have not had their fears alleviated. Seismologists say they are unable to explain the increase in the number of quakes in the region but have placed five new sensors in the valley to “monitor and better understand the phenomenon”.  Back in 2014 after a series of earthquakes along the French Riviera, a seismologist specializing in the swarms told The Local that south-east France would be hit with a huge quake at some point. The seismologist reportedly said: “We don’t know when a big one will come, but it will and there will be fatalities.”
The past month was wrought with earthquakes swarms, not just in France, but around the globe.  in the space of 24 hours while  which resulted in the report of over 90 deaths.



Apocalyptic photos show sea of hail swamping cars in Argentina

Apocalyptic photos show sea of hail swamping cars in Argentina
The aftermath of a storm which dumped up to five feet of water and hail in Argentina has been revealed in images released by the World Meteorological Organisation. Officials said a fierce hailstorm hit towns in the central Argentinian province of Cordoba on Thursday afternoon, leaving roads closed and vehicles unable to move. The incredible photos show firefighters rescuing cars stuck up to their windows in
hailstones and a road swamped in debris. There were reports of several injuries and homes, cars and trees were damaged in the storm. The hailstones, some of which were as big as tennis balls, led to some families being evacuated, according to local media. One woman had to be rescued and treated for hypothermia after becoming stuck while driving her motorcycle. In another rescue effort, firefighters took almost two hours to salvage a car and a van trapped in the hail.  READ MORE

Cold temperatures break 107-year-old records in Houston, TX and Atlanta, GA

Cold temperatures break 107-year-old records in Houston, TX and Atlanta, GA
Record low temperatures were measured in both Houston, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia on Sunday, October 29, 2017. George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, TX recorded 2.2 °C (36 °F) on Sunday morning, October 29, breaking the previous record low for the date of 3.9 °C (39 °F) set in 1910, according to NWS Houston. On the same day, record low temperature of 5 °C (41 °F) was recorded at William P. Hobby Airport.  College Station recorded 3.3 °C (38 °F), Galveston 11.6 °C (53 °F), Angleton 2.2 °C (36 °F), Brenham 1.6 °C (35 °F), Huntsville 1.1 °C (34 °F), Palacios 1.1 °C (34 °F), Pearland 4.44 °C
(40 °F), Sugar Land 2.7 °C (37 °F), and Tomball 1.6 °C (35 °F). The coldest temperature, -1.6 °C (29 °F), was recorded in Conroe, the seat of Montgomery County. In Georgia, weekend temperatures gradually fell from NW to SE as a cold front and showers pushed through. “Parts of North Georgia woke up Sunday to see snow flakes falling and metro Atlanta wind chill made it feel like temperatures in the 20s [below zero degrees C],” AJC reported. Weather stations in Metro Atlanta recorded 5.5 °C (42 °F) on Sunday, October 29, breaking the previous record low for the day of 6.6 °C (44 °F) set in 1910. CONTINUE

Powerful Magnitude 6.0 Earthquake strikes off Ambon in Indonesia

Powerful Magnitude 6.0 Earthquake strikes off Ambon in Indonesia
According to reports, A magnitude 6.0 earthquake has struck off Ambon in Indonesia’s Molucca islands, the United States Geological Survey said on Tuesday.
There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties from the quake, which struck at a depth of 110 km (68 miles) about 38 km (24 miles) west of Ambon. We will update you with any new reports. CONTINUE

Massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake strikes French islands

Massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake strikes French islands
The French territory of New Caledonia in the Pacific has been rocked by a huge 7.0 magnitude earthquake, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS).  The quake hit near the cluster of islands, located in the South Pacific’s Ring of Fire, at 12.42am GMT. The center of the earthquake rocked east of the region’s capital Noumea, which is known for its Parisian-style luxury stores. New Caledonia is
located around 914 miles (1,471 km) from the east coast of Australia and 979 miles (1,575 km) north of New Zealand. No reports of damage or casualties have emerged so far. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii and the Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre said there was no tsunami warning in effect for either of their regions. New Caledonia is popular with tourists for its beaches and coral reefs. READ MORE



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