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Large landspout tornado touches down near Griffin, Saskatchewan
A large landspout tornado touched down near Griffin, Saskatchewan, a prairie and boreal province in western Canada, on Saturday, June 23, 2018. It was one of at least two twisters spotted in the area that day.

The tornado was on the ground for about 10 minutes around 17:45 local time, Environment Canada said, confirming the twister as a landspout tornado. While landspout tornadoes tend to be a little weaker than their supercell cousins, they certainly can cause damage and 'are not to be taken lightly,' Environment Canada meteorologist Mark Melsness said. Locals said there were no emergency alerts or weather warnings. Van Stavern family, who took the video above, said they were initially shocked that they had not received a tornado warning from the Saskatchewan government's emergency alert system. "We would have hidden in the basement if the tornado had gotten any closer," they said, adding that they never…
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Deadly floods and landslides destroyed hundreds of homes, Vietnam
Heavy rains caused deadly flash floods and landslides in northern Vietnam over the weekend, claiming lives of at least 7 people and leaving 12 missing. The worst-hit province was Lai Chau in Vietnam's mountainous region, where five people lost their lives and 12 were left missing, government officials said Monday, June 25, 2018.  Floods and landslides swept away hundreds of homes, the country's Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention said, adding that some sections of national and provincial roads were damaged, causing serious traffic jams. Two people were killed in neighboring Ha Giang province when their house collapsed. Heavy rains accompanied by strong winds are expected to continue in the region for at least 2 more days. Risk of landslides and flash floods across mountainous provinces remains high, the National Center for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting warns. According to Vietnam's …
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Significant cold outbreak affecting Europe, 7.9 inches of fresh snow in the Alps, major waterspout outbreak
A significant cold outbreak for this time of year is affecting much of Europe. Nighttime and morning temperatures experienced across the continent are way below average for the end of June and parts of the Alps have received 20 cm (7.9 inches) of fresh snow today, June 25. After pretty warm and locally hot May, courtesy of omega blocking pattern, Europe experienced 'quite a significant pattern change' last week 'with a deep trough and cold outbreak pushed far south from Scandinavia across east-central Europe and Balkan peninsula.'  Take a look at temperature anomaly models below... 850 hPa Temperature Anomaly GFS model run 00:00 UTC, June 18 850 hPa Temperature Anomaly GFS model run 00:00 UTC, June 22 2-meter Temperature Anomaly GFS model run 00:00 UTC, June 22 20 cm (7.9 inches) of fresh snow was reported at Dachsteingletscher Schladming Ski Resort in Austria on…
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'Long-duration' M5.5 earthquake shakes Peloponnese, Greece
A shallow earthquake registered by the EMSC as Mw5.5 earthquake hit near the coast of southwestern Peloponnese, a peninsula in southern Greece, at 05:14 UTC (08:14 local time) on June 25, 2018. The quake hit at a depth of 10 km (5 miles). The USGS reports M5.5 at a depth of 30.4 km (19 miles). The Institute of Geodynamics of the National Observatory of Athens reports M5.2 at a depth of 7 km (4.3 miles). The epicenter was located 27 km (16.8 miles) W of Methóni (population), 69.2 km (43 miles) WSW of Kalamata (population 54 100) and 96.9 km (60.2 miles) WSE of Spárti (population 16 239), Greece. There were no immediate reports of serious damage or injuries, officials said. "The earthquake had a long duration and initially we were worried," the Mayor of the town of Pylos told the Greek Reporter. Pylos is located 31 km (20 miles) northeast of the epicenter. Locals report several earthquakes minutes apart. The he…
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Study explains why jet stream stalls out over regions, causing extreme weather events
A new study published recently in Science offers an explanation for a mysterious and sometimes deadly weather pattern in which the jet stream stalls out over a region. The discovery is expected to help predict long-term patterns, including which areas may see more drought or floods. Much like highways, the global air current that circles the Earth - jet stream - has a capacity, and when it’s exceeded, blockages form that are remarkably similar to traffic jams. Using the same math, climate forecasters can now model them both, University of Chicago scientists report in a study published recently in Science.  The deadly 2003 European heat wave, California’s 2014 drought and the swing of Superstorm Sandy in 2012 that surprised forecasters - all of these were caused by a weather phenomenon known as 'blocking,' in which the jet stream meanders, stopping weather systems from moving eastward. "B…

USGS Report and Giant Boulders of Lava Flowing from Kilauea Volcano

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USGS Report and Giant Boulders of Lava Flowing from Kilauea Volcano

LIVE STREAM with Scott C'one from Planet X News 6-24-18

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LIVE STREAM with Scott C'one from Planet X News 6-24-18
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Yellowstone Geyser Activity Increases Sparking Conversation Of Supervolcano Eruption Chances
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (CBSDFW.COM/CBS LOCAL)— A historically dormant geyser in Yellowstone National Park has been anything but dormant recently — and visitors can’t get enough of the water show. It has also sparked conversation about whether a super-eruption could soon be expected in the region. Steamboat Geyser is now the world’s largest active geyser. It has erupted 10 times in three months, but it wasn’t always so exciting. Before this year– Steamboat erupted 10 times in nearly 30 years. According to officials, the activity is spurred on by a large magma field sitting just below the park. “There’s been a lot of hype about the Supervolcano of Yellowstone and the potential for a super eruption,” said Wendy Stovall of the United States Geological Survey (USGS). “There’s no evidence that we see from all of the monitoring equipment that we have that there would be a super-eruption anytime soon…
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Dust Storm on Mars Now Completely Covers the Red Planet
A massive dust storm on Mars that covered one-fourth of the planet just a week ago has grown into a global weather event, NASA officials said Wednesday  (June 20).
The dust storm has knocked NASA's Opportunity rover offline for want of sunlight. The agency's nuclear-powered Curiosity, meanwhile, is snapping photos of the ever-darkening Martian sky. The two rovers are on opposite sides of Mars.
"The Martian dust storm has grown in size and is now officially a 'planet-encircling' (or 'global') dust event," NASA officials said in a statement.  [The Mars Dust Storm of 2018 Explained]
The last dust storm on Mars to go global occurred in 2007, five years before the Curiosity rover landed at its Gale Crater site, according to officials with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California. The Opportunity rover has been exploring the plains of Meridiani Planum on the opposite side of Mars si…
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Grand Solar Minimum is Coming and Planet X may increase its speed
High up in the clear blue noontime sky, the sun appears to be much the same day-in, day-out, year after year. But astronomers have long known that this is not true. The sun does change. Properly-filtered telescopes reveal a fiery disk often speckled with dark sunspots. Sunspots are strongly magnetized, and they crackle with solar flares—magnetic explosions that illuminate Earth with flashes of X-rays and extreme ultraviolet radiation. The sun is a seething mass of activity.
Until it’s not. Every 11 years or so, sunspots fade away, bringing a period of relative calm. “This is called solar minimum,” says Dean Pesnell of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD. “And it’s a regular part of the sunspot cycle.” The sun is heading toward solar minimum now. Sunspot counts were relatively high in 2014, and now they are sliding toward a low point expected in 2019-2020. While intense activity such as sunspots and sol…
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Prophecy Alert: “Longest BLOOD MOON” Apocalyptic Sign July 27, 2018 The July 2018 Blood Moon and total lunar eclipse will outshine every other eclipse to take place between the years 2001 and 2100. The eclipse will last one hour and 43 minutes – nearly 40 minutes longer than the January 31 Super Blue Blood Moon combo. According to astronomer Bruce McClure of EarthSky.org, the eclipse will take peak sometime around 8.22pm UTC or 9.22pm UK time. The space expert said: “The July 2018 full moon presents the longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century on the night of July 27-28, 2018, lasting for a whopping one hour and 43 minutes. “A partial eclipse precedes and follows the century’s longest total lunar eclipse, each time lasting one hour and six minutes. “So, from start to finish, the moon takes nearly four hours to cross the Earth’s dark umbral shadow.” During the eclipse, when the moon passes through the shadow cast by Earth, the moon will take on a deep red to orange color rather t…
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Update on Kīlauea Volcano for Saturday, June 23, 2018
The eruption in the lower East Rift Zone continues with no significant change during the past 24 hours. Lava from fissure 8 continues to supply lava to the open channel with only small, short-lived overflows. During an overflight early this morning, geologists observed incandescence from Fissure 22, but no associated spattering or flow. Lava is entering the sea this morning on the southern side of the entry area primarily through the open channel, but also as small lava streams along a 0.6 mi wide area. The entry areas are marked by billowing laze plumes.

At Kīlauea Volcano’s summit, at 6:52 p.m. HST on June 22, after approximately 25 hours of elevated seismicity, a collapse explosion occurred at the summit producing an ash-poor steam plume that rose 500 ft above the ground surface (4,500 ft above sea level) before drifting to the SW. The energy released by the event was equivalent to a magnitude 5.3 earthquake. Seismicity dropped ab…
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Ocean disappears in the Gulf of Thailand
The strange phenomenon is back. A strong water receding was reported along several beaches situated in the Gulf of Thailand. According to residents, such a strong tidal phenomenon – with water disappearing over more than 2 kilometers away – wasn’t experienced in the last 20 years.







Such mysterious water disappearances were recently reported around the world… And scientists have no ideas about what is causing the strange phenomenon.
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FEMA BARGES ARRIVE IN HAWAII 10 MILES OFF COAST
Scant Information On FEMA Barges As stated, I have been hearing the stories and rumors of FEMA barges since Katrina, small operation, to Houston’s Hurricane Harvey, large operation. My sources of information have not been federal employees as much as the few people who have contacted me who were able to escape the clutches of FEMA. Therefore, much of my previous knowledge comes from people who have seen the operations from the outside looking in, not the from the inside, hence, another reason for the elusiveness of the operation. Since Hurricane Harvey, I have received two detailed stories from two separate individuals in two different locations who provided information on how people are supposedly “gathered up”.  The supposed stories had some common elements. First, armed private contractors do a sweep of an area where they are hoping to gather up detainees. The people are disarmed by the private contractors of anything that could be use…