Sunday, July 15, 2012

Solar Storms, Major EARTHQUAKE: Russian Academy of Sciences

Imminent threat” of a “major” to “catastrophic” earthquake by Russian Academy of Sciences-GUEST ARTICLE 

Interestingly enough, on July 14, 2012, The International Institute of Earthquake Prediction Theory and Mathematical Geophysics (MITPAN) department of the Russian Academy of Sciences reported to President Putin that our world faces the “imminent threat” of a “major” to “catastrophic” earthquake to occur within the fortnight due to an “extreme” solar storm that has begun hitting Earth’s atmosphere.

Posted by EU Times on Jul 14th, 2012
The International Institute of Earthquake Prediction Theory and Mathematical Geophysics (MITPAN) department of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) is reporting to President Putin today that our world faces the "imminent threat" of a "major" to "catastrophic" earthquake to occur within the fortnight due to an "extreme" solar storm that has begun hitting Earth's atmosphere.

According to MITPAN scientists, on 12 July the Sun exploded an X1.4-class solar flare from giant Sunspot 1520 [photo 2nd right] hurling it directly towards Earth at a velocity where it began hitting our planets upper atmosphere a few hours ago.

US scientists from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) confirmed the findings of their MITPAN counterparts warning that this geomagnetic storm is “strong to severe”, Earth-orbiting satellites could get disoriented, the electrical grid could experience “widespread voltage control problems” among other issues, and the aurora may be able to be seen as far south as Alabama and northern California.

Of greatest concern to MITPAN scientists, this report says, were the findings released by US scientists this past March, after our planet received a “direct hit” from another solar flare with NASA reporting that the direct interaction with the upper atmosphere from this solar storm, as measured by their SABER (Sounding of the Atmosphere using Broadband Emission Radiometry) instrument orbiting on the TIMED (Thermosphere, Ionosphere, Mesosphere, Energetics and Dynamics) satellite, showed the upper atmosphere heated up and huge spikes occurred in infrared emission from nitric oxide and carbon dioxide.

MITPAN scientists in their report, however, note that even though Mlynczak's statement about the March 2012 Solar Storm event is accurate, NASA fails to mention the even more powerful 9 March 2011 X1.5 solar flare fired from our Sun directly at Earth.

Within days of this rapid heating of the upper atmosphere over their country, this report continues, Japan suffered its worst natural disaster in modern times when it was hit by the catastrophic Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami on 11 March 2011 that left nearly 30,000 people dead, injured and missing, destroyed over 500,000 homes and businesses, and created the worst nuclear disaster in human history.

Dimitar Ouzounov at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre in Maryland speculated that in the days before the T?hoku Earthquake and Tsunami disaster, the stresses on geological faults in the Earth's crust caused the release of large amounts of radon gas.

According to Ouzounov, this radioactive radon gas ionizes the air, giving it a charge, and since water is polar it is attracted to the charged particles in the air. This then leads to the water molecules in the air condensing (turning into liquid) - a process which releases heat. It was this excess heat, Ouzounov says, which was observed in the form of infrared radiation in recordings taken three days before the deadly magnitude 9 earthquake struck Japan.

MITPAN scientists in their report challenge Ouzounov's "speculation" noting NASA's own findings proving that the rapid heating of our Earth's atmosphere does indeed occur due to solar storms.

What remains to be answered, MITPAN scientists say in their report, is what relation the heating of our Earth's upper atmosphere has with earthquakes as there remains no scientific evidence to support any theory, and to report any theory as fact is reckless.

As the US has just declared its largest natural disaster ever due to their historic drought, and global food crisis fears rise as US corn soars, MITPAN scientists further warn that this massive solar storm could, indeed, be tied to the feared “Super Event” linked to the ever growing weather chaos pounding Earth.

To whatever the outcome of these events it is not in our knowing, other than to note that if one is not prepared for everything they are prepared for nothing.

and may I add, checkout weather video’s of America’s so called historic drought.

By Adonai – July 15, 2012

For the seventh day in a row a swarm of earthquakes continues near Kuril Islands, Russia/Japan. The latest one was measured with magnitude 5.5 according to EMSC - July 15, 2012, 14:34 UTC. Recorded depth was 80km. USGS recorded magnitude 5.3 for the same earthquake and depth of 64.2 km (39.9 miles).

The epicenter was located 168 km (104 miles) ENE (78°) from Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan and 248 km (154 miles) SSW (208°) from Kuril'sk, Kuril Islands at 43.264°N, 146.428°E.

04:41 JST 16 Jul 201204:31 JST 16 Jul 2012Ibaraki-ken Nambu M 4.84

By Robert On July 15, 2012

Drenching forecast to continue for another month.
With 151mm of rain, June was England and Wales’ wettest ever. Now forecasters say July is also on course to be the soggiest since records began in 1910.
Up to 30mm of rain – half-a-month’s worth – is forecast for Saturday in just two or three hours in the Midlands, East and South.

The deluges will fall on top of up to 60mm – a month’s worth – which was expected to fall on Friday.

Average rainfall for the entire month of July is 58mm.

Temperatures – at near-record low 10C days and 1.5C nights this week – will be 6C below average at just 17C in the South today and 12C in northern Scotland.

As of now, the wettest July on record is 142mm, set in 2009. Weather Channel forecaster Leon Brown said: “July will be one of – or the – wettest Julys.

“The month’s usual rainfall has fallen already and above-average rainfall will continue into August.”

Thanks to Laurel for this link
“I wonder if an Olympics has ever been cancelled due to bad weather?” asks Laurel. “Piers did warn em :-) ”

Moscow Time Sun, 15 Jul 2012

Scores of people were killed in flash floods caused by torrential rains in western China earlier this week, officials said on Sunday, adding that more than two million people were affected by the disaster.

Right now, hundreds of thousands of locals face evacuation as meteorologists forecast more heavy rains in the area in the coming days.

Meanwhile, the death toll from torrential downpours in Japan's southern island of Kyushu has risen to 22. At least 8 people remain missing.

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