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Volcano Danger Is Your State Next? Most Dangerous Volcanoes in The U.S.

Potentially bad news for anyone looking to go on vacation to Alaska, Hawaii, Washington or California: The U.S. government has updated its list of the most dangerous volcanoes in the country and these states have more than their fair share of representation.
According to a new report from the U.S. Geological Survey, Kīlauea in Hawaii, Mount St. Helens in Washington and Mount Rainier, also in Washington, are the three most dangerous volcanoes in the United States. There are 18 in total that is classified as a "very high threat," largely due to where they are in relationship to people and the activity inside them. "Eleven of the 18 volcanoes are located in Washington, Oregon, or California, where explosive and often snow- and ice-covered edifices can project hazards long distances to densely populated and highly developed areas," the study's abstract reads. "Five of the 18 very high threat volcanoes are in Alaska near important population centers, economic …

U.S. Volcanic Threat Assessment puts Clear Lake Volcanic Field in ‘high’ risk category

Mount Konocti is the key feature of the Clear Lake Volcanic Field in Lake County, Calif. Photo by John Jensen/Lake County News.
LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – An update to the U.S. Volcanic Threat Assessment puts the Clear Lake Volcanic Field among a group of volcanoes in the “high” risk category, with other volcanoes around California and the Pacific Rim rating even higher for danger.

The new U.S. Geological Survey report, which updates the first assessment released in 2005, ranks the 161 young, active volcanoes within the United State’s borders.

Sitting on the western shore of Clear Lake, the Clear Lake Volcanic Field’s most notable feature is Mount Konocti. It was ranked at No. 33, in the “high” threat category.

Elsewhere in California, the assessment lists Mt. Shasta and Lassen Volcanic Center in the “very high” ranking, placing them No. 5 and No. 11, respectively. The Long Valley Caldera in the Inyo National Forest near Yosemite National Park is in the very high threat category, at No. 18. Th…

Strong Seismic Tremor Detected at Alaskan Volcano - High Alert

Strong seismic tremor consistent with an eruption was recorded at Semisopochnoi volcano starting at 04:47 UTC (20:47 AKDT) on October 26, 2018. Satellite data through 05:00 UTC showed a small ash cloud at about 3.6 km (12 000 feet) above sea level, the Alaska Volcano Observatory said 05:53 UTC.  The event forced AVO to raise the Aviation Color Code (ACC) to Orange and Volcano Alert Level (VAL) to Watch. This event was characterized by a strong volcanic tremor that lasted for about 20 minutes, followed by about 40 minutes of weaker tremor pulses. The event also produced weak infrasound (pressure wave) that was detected by instruments on Adak Island. A thick meteorological cloud deck obscured observations below 3 km (10 000 feet) a.s.l. and a very faint cloud was observed rising briefly above it in a satellite image. "It is unclear whether this cloud was related to the eruptive activity or whether it contained any volcanic ash," AVO said in their weekly report issued 22:04 UTC…

Oscar becomes Atlantic's eighth hurricane of 2018

Oscar is now a hurricane, the eighth of 2018 in the Atlantic. The National Hurricane Center said Oscar strengthened on Sunday afternoon and had maximum sustained winds of 75 mph, making it a Category 1 hurricane. Hurricane force winds begin at 74 mph. The hurricane center said Oscar could strengthen and could even become a Category 2 storm later this week. But Oscar is no threat to the U.S. and was deep in the Atlantic as of Sunday afternoon. Oscar was located about 725 miles southeast of Bermuda on Sunday afternoon. It was moving west at 16 mph. The hurricane center expects Oscar to eventually turn to the northwest and then north, which will keep it away from land. Oscar is the eighth hurricane so far this season, which will come to a close on Nov. 30. The others were Beryl, Chris, Florence, Helene, Isaac, Leslie, and Michael.

New Mind Bending Evidence of The Existence of Planet X


Hungarian Astronomers have spotted a dust cloud orbiting the Earth

The Earth is far from alone on its journey around the Sun. Our most visible companion is the Moon, but there are also the thousands of artificial satellites orbiting our home planet, and the odd space rock that we drag along for the ride.
Now, Hungarian astronomers have spotted two new pseudo-satellites – in the form of clouds of dust – caught in the gravitational tug-of-war between the Earth and the Moon.
The interplay of gravity between objects is more complicated than it may seem at a glance. When one large object orbits another – say, the Moon orbiting the Earth – the gravitational pull of both creates five positions, called Lagrange points, where those forces are just right to capture smaller objects. Pseudo-satellites trapped in these positions remain relatively stable in relation to each other and the larger bodies. That stability makes these Lagrange points perfect for artificial satellites, such as NASA's DSCOVR spacecraft or future refueling stations for trips to the Moon o…

The Evidence The Earth Has Shifted

A year after returning its first image, NASA's EPIC camera, aboard NOAA's DSCOVR satellite, shows us an entire year from one million miles away. This video was created using NASA’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC), a four megapixel CCD camera and telescope, aboard NOAA's DSCOVR satellite. EPIC takes a new picture every two hours, revealing how the planet would look to human eyes, capturing the ever-changing motion of clouds and weather systems and the fixed features of Earth such as deserts, forests and the distinct blues of different seas. The camera has now recorded a full year of life on Earth from its orbit, seen here. A million miles away, NOAA's DSCOVR, the Nation's first operational satellite in deep space, orbits a unique location called Lagrange point 1, or L1. This orbit is a gravity-neutral point in space, allowing DSCOVR to essentially hover between the sun and Earth at all times, maintaining a constant view of the sun and sun-lit side of Eart…

The New Cold War Unfolding at the Top of the World

U.S. Marines and Green Berets patrol the tundra near a radar station outside Barrow, Alaska, during a training exercise. The troops were participating in an annual U.S. military operation called “Arctic Edge.”
ON A CALM, bright morning in August 2007 a pair of Russian submersibles dropped 14,000 feet to the bottom of the Arctic Ocean and planted a flag made of titanium at the North Pole. 

It was a bold move, made with drama in mind, and images broadcast around the world of the Russian tricolor standing on the seabed drew quick condemnation in the West.

“This isn’t the 15th century,” said Peter MacKay, then foreign minister of Canada, on CTV television. “You can’t go around the world and just plant flags and say, ‘We’re claiming this territory.’”

MacKay was technically correct; the Russian stunt held no legal weight. But his rebuke carried a note of petulance, as though he wished the whole thing had been Canada’s idea. Ten years on, MacKay’s reaction is easier to understand. 2007 was, at t…

Newly Uncovered Carrington Event on August 4th,1972 Detonated Dozen of Sea Mines off the Coast of North Vietnam

Space Weather HistoryCarrington Event on August 4th,1972 Detonated Dozen of Sea Mines off the Coast of North VietnamOn August 4th, 1972 a coronal mass ejection occurred on the sun and it was directed towards the earth.  

During this event, dozens of Sea Mines off the coast of Vietnam exploded.  The United States Navy and Government Intelligence covered this event up and it was never publicized until now. 

These events are now known as Carrington Events due to the solar storm that hit the earth in 1859 causing very serious damage to the newly developing infrastructure of the United States.  You can read more about The Carrington Event by clicking on the link below: 
The Carrington Event 1859
The Carrington Event
On the morning of September 1, 1859, amateur astronomer Richard Carrington ascended into the private observatory attached to his country estate outside of London.  After cranking open the dome’s shutter to reveal the clear blue sky, he pointed his brass telescope toward the sun and b…