Archive for September 14, 2011

Alaska Earthquake, No Tsunami Expected

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Map showing earthquakes

A 6.1 earthquake was reported in the Aleutian Islands near Alaska.  The quake was reported at 8:10 a.m. HST (9:10 a.m. near the epicenter) on Wednesday, September 14, 2011.

The earthquake occurred at a depth of 1 km, according to the USGS.

Location to nearby cities is as follows:  21 miles NNW of  Attu Station, Alaska; 596 miles E of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia; and 2009 miles NE of Tokyo, Japan.

The NOAA West Coast & Alaska Tsunami Warning Center issued a statement this morning saying the magnitude is such that a tsunami IS NOT EXPECTED. However, in coastal areas of intense shaking, locally generated tsunamis can be triggered by underwater landslides.

FDA Set to Ban Your Supplements

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The FDA has issued a proposed mandate that represents the greatest threat to dietary supplements since 1994. Back in the early 1990s, consumers were so alarmed by FDA bullying that they staged a massive revolt. The result was that Congress passed a law prohibiting Read more…

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Russia, North Korea to Hold Joint Naval Exercises

September 14, 2011 2 comments


A Russian military spokesman says Russia and North Korea are to hold unprecedented joint naval exercises in 2012.

Lieutenant Colonel Igor Muginov told Russian media Tuesday that the bilateral maneuvers will take place next year and will focus on search and rescue operations.

The agreement was reached last month during a visit by North Korean leader Kim Jong Il with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.

Muginov did not give any further details on the drills.

The United Read more…

Major threats foreseen due to Europe’s changing marine environments

September 14, 2011 1 comment

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This map shows coastal areas most vulnerable to erosion. Credit: Project CLAMER and European Environment Agency (EEA), based on EU Eurosion project data

Europeans face greater risk of illness, property damage and job losses because of the impacts of climate change on the seas around them.

Worried citizens, whose biggest related top-of-mind concerns are sea level rise and coastal erosion, are taking personal actions to reduce carbon emissions. However, they largely blame climate change on other groups of people or nations and assign governments and Read more…

U.S., Romania Sign Interceptor Missile Deal

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September 13, 2011
The United States and Romania have signed an agreement to base antimissile interceptors in Romania under a NATO missile-defense plan that has caused friction with Russia.U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signed the agreement with Romanian Foreign Minister Teodor Baconschi.The interceptor missiles are expected to be deployed at a Romanian air-force base in around four years.The Romania deal is part of a larger NATO missile-defense plan for Europe.

Russia has agreed to cooperate on the initiative but disagrees over its implementation, saying it should be a single integrated shield rather than two separate defense systems.

Turkey said recently it had reached agreement on the deployment of a radar on its territory as part of NATO’s missile-defense system.

Poverty rate hits 15.1 percent, highest since 1993

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WASHINGTON — The US poverty rate rose in 2010 to 15.1 percent, the highest since 1993, according to census data showing a record number of Americans classified as poor and highlighting a struggling economy after the end of the Great Recession.

The Census Bureau report released Tuesday showed a sharp increase in the poverty rate from 14.3 percent in 2009, and a fourth consecutive rise in the number of people below the poverty line, to 46.2 million.

The number of Read more…

Russia: “4 Hectares of New Land Emerged, from the Shift of Tectonic Plates”

September 14, 2011 1 comment

Apologies to Alexsandr, from whose Q to the Z’s on the 9/3 Q & A Chat I borrowed this. I feel this deserves a blog post. Land appearing virtually overnite from admitted plate activity. This is just more proof of Planet X’s influence, IMO.

Below a Google translation of a report, source of which, including video, here.

Amazing natural phenomenon has been documented in recent days. Huge beds of clay and stone rose by about 5 meters above the Sea of ​​Azov in the Temryuk district of Krasnodar region, forming a peninsula.

Scientists suggest that the cause of the “new lands” have awakened mud volcanoes, and seismologists have Read more…