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Thursday, August 30, 2018

Severe Weather in Northern Michigan

Severe Weather in Northern Michigan on August 30 2018 04:50 AM (UTC).

A wave of thunderstorms with strong winds caused widespread power outages and scattered damage across western and northern Michigan. The National Weather Service reports that Tuesday night's storms had wind gusts reaching 50 m.p.h. and dumped up to 3 inches of rain in the Grand Rapids area. Storms damage northern Michigan, twister spotted near Hancock. Electric utilities reported at least 103,000 homes and businesses without power Wednesday morning, with the greatest number of outages spread across the state from around Ludington along Lake Michigan to the northern section of Saginaw Bay. Fallen trees damaged some homes and businesses and blocked some roads. Officials closed several miles of a state road in the Cadillac area for a time because of fallen trees and power lines. The National Weather Service also confirmed a funnel cloud near Hancock. "I was looking up at the sky above me, I could see the lower clouds were spinning the opposite direction of the ones above them," said Wayne Siira, 36, of Franklin Township, just outside Hancock. "You never see that kind thing up there." Siira stopped to photograph the cloud as it moved across the sky, but then a pelting rain convinced him to head for home. His home was spared, but he said tree limbs were down across the area and he had to chase his daughter's wagon down the street as the wind tried to steal it.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Emergency in Peru

Complex Emergency in Peru on August 29 2018 05:20 PM (UTC).
Peru has declared a 60-day health emergency in two provinces on its northern border, citing "imminent danger" to health and sanitation, as a regional crisis sparked by thousands of Venezuelans fleeing economic collapse escalated on Tuesday. The decree, published in the government's official gazette, did not give more details on the risks, but health authorities have previously expressed concerns about the spread of diseases such as measles and malaria from migrants. Meanwhile, Brazil was sending armed forces to keep order near the Venezuelan border area, in the state of Roraima. The exodus of Venezuelans to other South American countries is building toward a "crisis moment" comparable to events involving refugees in the Mediterranean, the United Nations said this week.

Giant burning fireball stuns Aussies in Western Australia

Residents report hearing an explosion. Picture: Twitter / Richard BailiffSource:Twitter

Giant burning fireball stuns Aussies in Western Australia

A MYSTERY ball of light zoomed over parts of Australia before exploding and baffling witnesses who shared their disbelief on social media.
A HUGE bang was reportedly heard by residents in Western Australia after a giant, mysterious ball of light beamed across the night sky.
Social media went nuts with reports from baffled Aussies who said the “flaming object” ominously lit up the sky at about 7.40pm local time last night. Some said the object appeared to explode and “continuing off into the clouds”.
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Tsunami in New Caledonia

Tsunami in New Caledonia on August 29 2018 04:55 AM (UTC).

Map of Tsunami area:

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Monday, August 27, 2018

5 Tibetan Rites, Anti-Aging Tip from Ellen Wood

There are many versions - we can do them as slow or as fast as we are comfortable with. I think she overbends in a couple of them here, and also has her hands at her side, instead of on her sacrum in the backwards bend. But the five basic movements are there, indeed!

5 Tibeten Rites-Năm Thức Yoga Tây Tạng

Saturday, August 25, 2018

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Thursday, August 23, 2018

Earth's Core is Sloshing,Causing Earthquakes

The number of major earthquakes, like the magnitude-7 one that devastated Haiti in 2010, seems to be correlated with minute fluctuations in day length. 

Sloshing of Earth’s core may spike major earthquakes

SEATTLE—The world doesn’t stop spinning. But every so often, it slows down. For decades, scientists have charted tiny fluctuations in the length of Earth’s day: Gain a millisecond here, lose a millisecond there. Last week at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America here, two geophysicists argued that these minute changes could be enough to influence the timing of major earthquakes—and potentially help forecast them.
During the past 100 years, Earth’s slowdowns have correlated surprisingly well with periods with a global increase in magnitude-7 and larger earthquakes, according to Roger Bilham of the University of Colorado (CU) in Boulder and Rebecca Bendick at the University of Montana in Missoula. Usefully, the spike, which adds two to five more quakes than typical, happens well after the slow-down begins. “The Earth offers us a 5-years heads up on future earthquakes, which is remarkable,” says Bilham, who presented the work.  
Seismologists aren’t used to thinking about the planet’s core, buried 2900 kilometers beneath the crust where quakes happen. But they should, Bilham said during his talk here. The core is “quite close to us. It’s closer than New York from here,” he said.
69 massive earthquakes hit the Pacific's Ring of Fire in 48 hours. (© Fox News)
A Large swath of earthquakes hit the Pacific's "Ring of Fire" earlier this week, prompting some to wonder if it is a precursor to the oft-discussed massive earthquake, colloquially known as "the Big One."

Sixty-nine earthquakes, including 16 tremors registering 4.5 or above on the Richter scale, recently hit the area known as the "Ring of Fire," according to the U.S. Geological Survey, which recorded the events, but did not issue a warning.

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Wednesday night off Alaska's Aleutian Islands.The quake occurred in the remote Andreanof Islands region of Alaska, but was felt almost 70 miles away in Adak. It had a depth of about 7 miles.

There were no reports of any injuries or damages. Last week, a 6.6 quake shook the region, about 75 miles southwest of Adak.

6.4 earthquake hits northeast Alaska. It was the strongest quake ever recorded in the region.

  •  Author: Alex DeMarban
  •  Updated: August 13
  •  Published August 12
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Wednesday night off Alaska's Aleutian Islands.

Last week, a 6.6 quake shook the region, about 75 miles southwest of Adak.

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