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2 eruptions at Rincón De La Vieja volcano in Costa Rica rose up to 2,000 meters

The Rincón de la Vieja volcano, located between the cantons of Liberia and Upala, made two eruptions Monday, June 1, that reached 2,000 meters (2 km) above the height of the crater, reported the Vulcanological and Seismological Observatory of Costa Rica (Ovsicori).

The first eruption rose between 1,500 to 2,000 meters above the top of the volcano, while the second eruption reached 2,000 meters.

The entity detailed that the events were presented at 5 pm and 5:45 pm, respectively.


Signs and Portents: Mutant lamb amazes farmer after being born with 2 heads and 3 ears in Argentina

The lamb was born with two heads and three ears in an Argentine farm

The lamb was born with two heads and three ears in an Argentine farm
Farmers in Argentina were left baffled when a sheep gave birth to a mutant lamb born with two heads and three ears.

The deformed lamb survived a short few days before it reportedly died in a university laboratory.

It was born at a farm in the Colonia La Alianza area of the municipality of Coronel Belisle, Rio Negro province of central Argentina.

A distressing video shows the lamb bleating weakly while struggling to stand up.

A woman wraps the mutant lamb with a plastic bag and picks it up for a closer look.


11-year-old girl killed by 2 family dogs in Murray County, Georgia

dog attack
An 11-year-old girl in Murray County was killed by two family dogs on Saturday night, authorities said.

An incident report from the Murray County Sheriff's Office said two family dogs allegedly attacked and killed Skylar Grace Headrick at the family's home on Dunn Road West in Crandall, Georgia.

The two dogs were both Neapolitan mastiffs.

According to the incident report, Skylar's older sister found her in the basement of their home after coming home from work about 1:45 a.m. Sunday. The sister then went and told their father, who later told officers he noticed blood on the fur of both the dogs.

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At least 21 killed by 3 landslides in 3 hours triggered by incessant rainfall in Assam, India

Nearly 21 people died in three separate landslides on Tuesday morning, triggered by incessant rainfall over the past couple of days in Hailakandi, Cachar and Karimganj districts in south Assam's Barak Valley.

The landslides hit between 5am and 8am, killing eight in Hailakandi, six in Karimganj and seven in Cachar, officials said.

A family of five was buried alive in Mohanpur, around 25km from Hailakandi district headquarters, while seven of a family died in Cachar's Joypur, they said. The landslide, which hit Kaliganj in Karimganj district, left six dead.

All victims were day labourers living in the hilly areas in the adjoining districts.

The landslides are the latest disaster to hit Assam, which has been grappling with the coronavirus pandemic and the first wave of floods. The Covid-19 count is nearing 1,500, while nine persons have died in the deluge so far.


Strong 6.8-magnitude earthquake strikes northern Chile

According to preliminary information provided by the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC), a quake has struck at a depth of 80 kilometres.

A 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck northern Chile on Wednesday, the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) said. There were no immediate reports about any damage or casualties.

Chile is situated in the easternmost part of the Ring of Fire, a seismically active zone in the Pacific Ocean, where many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur, including powerful ones.


Almost a dozen earthquakes occur in just 24 hours near Yellowstone Park

Yellowstone earthquake swarm

Nearly a dozen earthquakes shook parts of Yellowstone National Park in just 24 hours on Friday, May 29. The US Geological Survey reported 11 quakes in West Yellowstone Montana, with tremors ranging from 1.6 to 3.1 magnitude on the Richter scale
The 3,472 square mile park known for its wildlife and geothermal features, sits on a supervolcano, which if it erupts may cause devastation on Earth and even change the planet's climate.

Eleven earthquakes occurred in 24 hours in an area close to Yellowstone National Park last week with the strongest one measuring 3.1 on Richter scale, according to the US Geological Survey. The other quakes in West Yellowstone in Montana ranged between 1.6 to 3.1 on the scale and were almost three miles deep. According to website Earthquake Track, which has been monitoring tremors worldwide since 1990, the same area saw 34 earthquakes in the past 30 days.

Such an abundance tremors is not unusual as Yellowstone National Park is one of the most seismically active areas in the United States, with approximately 700 to 3,000 earthquakes occurring there each year. However, most of them are not felt.

Comment: 'Pulsing' of Yellowstone volcano is increasing due to trapped magma below

Cloud Lightning

Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: New atmospheric phenomenon 'Green Ghosts' overlaps with an evaporating economy

Green Ghosts
© YouTube/Adapt 2030 (screen capture)
New electrical phenomenon termed "Green Ghost" appears in Earths atmosphere with plasma ropes, record south latitude noctilucent clouds and naked eye Jellyfish Sprites. The economy is collapsing at the same time so it appears we are in a cycle witnessed before as planets are lining up as 79 A.D in 2024. Global events match heavenly body timelines.....

Comment: See also: Electric universe theory provides rational, intelligible explanations for such atmospheric phenomena as ball lightning, plasma discharges, noctilucent clouds, lightning, hurricanes and tornadoes. For more information on this and much more read, Earth Changes and the Human-Cosmic Connection by Pierre Lescaudron and Laura Knight-Jadczyk.

Cloud Precipitation

3 dead after floods and landslides in wake of Storm Amanda in Honduras

The overflowing Goascorán River in Valle Department, Honduras, 01 June 2020.
The overflowing Goascorán River in Valle Department, Honduras, 01 June 2020.
Three people have died and communities left isolated after the remnants of the tropical storm Amanda brought heavy rain and strong winds to parts of Honduras.

The country has experienced a spate of severe weather since mid-May. Further severe weather in the country from 26 to 28 May caused 2 fatalities.

In the latest events, over 900 people from 225 families have been affected in 10 departments after heavy rain from storm Amanda triggered flooding and landslides between 29 May and 01 June.

The country's disaster agency - Permanent Commission of Contingencies (Copeco) - reported that the worst hit areas are in the departments of Olancho, Valle, Francisco Morazán, Lempira, Ocotepeque, Copán and La Paz. Bridges and roads have been damaged or destroyed, leaving some communities isolated.

Cloud Precipitation

Severe hailstorm pummels northern Portugal - all but destroyed the year's fruit harvest

Farmers up north are counting the cost of a freak hail storm on Sunday that has all but destroyed this year's fruit harvest. Estimates so far point to over €20 million in damages in just one borough.

As the Algarve suffered simply a cloudy afternoon that 'looked like rain', areas around Viseu and Fundão, Castelo Branco, Belmonte, Covilhã and Penamacor experienced the full horror of hail, driving rain and wind.

Motorways were brought to a halt, there was localised flooding, but worst of all was the damage to this year's fruit crops, including vines.

This was actually the 3rd time in four early summers that the north has been hit by devastating, short-lived storms.


Nisarga could become the first tropical cyclone in 129 years to hit western India in June

Cyclone Nisarga

IMD predicts heavy rainfall and strong winds with a speed of 90-100 kmph in the coastal districts of Maharashtra and Gujarat on June 3
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) warned that Nisarga Cyclone, which has turned into a depression in the Arabian Sea, will hit Maharashtra and Gujarat on June 3.

According to a Hindustan Times report, since 1891, no weather system has turned into a cyclone and made landfall near Mumbai or along the Maharashtra coast during June.

Which means that Nisarga Cyclone could be the first tropical cyclone in 129 years to hit Maharashtra in the month of June.

The Nisarga cyclonic storm is brewing in the Arabian sea near Lakshadweep at the moment.

Experts quoted in the report said that only two depression, 1948 and 1980, have come close but never turned into a tropical cyclone during June as per records.

Once this system intensifies into Cyclone Nisarga, it will be the second cyclone over North Indian Ocean this season this year, the first being Cyclone Amphan.