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Deep water oarfish washed ashore in Gingoog, Philippines

Residents in Barangay 19 of Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental spotted on Thursday morning, August 20, a 3.2-meter oarfish that washed ashore in their coasts.
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Residents in Barangay 19 of Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental spotted on Thursday morning, August 20, a 3.2-meter oarfish that washed ashore in their coasts.
A dead oarfish washed ashore in a coastal village in Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental in Northern Mindanao on Thursday morning, August 20, local officials said.

In a post on their official Facebook page, the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Barangay 19 in Gingoog City said residents spotted the carcass of the deep-sea creature early Thursday morning.

Local officials said the oarfish spanned a length of 3.2 meters. Mature oarfish have an average length of 6 meters.

The fish got its name because its long pectoral fins resemble oars. It is also called the king of herrings because of their resemblance to the smaller herrings and fishes.

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Shallow M6.5 earthquake strikes Central Mid Atlantic Ridge

mid Atlantic ridge quake
Date & time: Sunday, 30 August 2020 21:20 UTC
Magnitude: 6.5
Depth: 10.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 0.76°N / 29.9°W (international territory)
Primary data source: GFZ
Estimated released energy: 3.5 x 1014 joules (98.6 gigawatt hours, equivalent to 84802 tons of TNT or 5.3 atomic bombs!)

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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Life after cash food and shelter

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With a great leap forward in lifestyle change taking place in less than a year for personal movement, how long do you think it will take for the society to move through an economic reset? China buys largest soy and corn shipments on record as their grain production slips to near zero. Consider the Pillars of Preparation.


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Cloud Precipitation

Evacuations in Colima and Jalisco, Mexico in wake of Tropical Storm Hernán

Four shelters have been opened for flood victims in Cihuatlán.

Four shelters have been opened for flood victims in Cihuatlán.
Faced with the flooding of homes and roads due to Tropical Storm Hernán, now downgraded to a tropical depression, municipal governments of Cihuatlán and La Huerta in Jalisco and Manzanillo in Colima have installed shelters to evacuate residents at risk.

In, the municipal government opened four shelters to house evacuees, Mayor Fernando Martínez Guerrero announced, and was preparing to declare a state of emergency Friday morning as clean-up begins.

The El Pedregal arroyo in Melaque overflowed its banks, causing heavy flooding, as did the Río Purificación. A sinkhole partially closed the Santa Cruz-Melaque highway and in Emilio Zapata the Cuixmala River breached its banks leading to the closing of Highway 200 in both directions.


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Violent summer storm hammers Mallorca, Spain - tornado rips off tops of trees

A waterspout ripped the tops off trees in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains
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A waterspout ripped the tops off trees in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains
Violent weather hammered Mallorca on Saturday, bringing down hundreds of trees and causing blocked roads and power outages.

Giant hailstones of up to two centimetres across pelted down on areas including Bunyola, Valldemossa, Soller and Escorca mid-morning before the storm moved on to Andratx, Calvia and Palma.

Several of the island capital's beaches had to be closed due to discharges of untreated waste water.

A waterspout, or tornado forming over water, wreaked havoc in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. The tops of trees were torn off and there were landslides, leaving roads impassable.


Cloud Precipitation

12 dead, 400,000 affected after heavy rain, floods in Odisha, India

Residents shift from a flooded village near the banks of river Bhargavi in Odisha’s Khordha district on Saturday.
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Residents shift from a flooded village near the banks of river Bhargavi in Odisha’s Khordha district on Saturday.
Fear of flood looms large in the Mahanadi river system in Odisha following heavy rainfall in its upper catchment areas in Chhatisgarh and a rise in the water level of Hirakud Dam, a senior official said.

Five more people lost their lives in rain-related incidents in the state on Friday, raising the deaths to nine, while 415,817 people in 10 districts are affected, Special Relief Commissioner (SRC), PK Jena, said.

Forty of the 64 sluice gates of the Hirakud Dam, built across the Mahanadi near Sambalpur in Odisha, were opened by the authorities on Friday to discharge excess water.

The flood in the Mahanadi river system is likely to affect coastal districts such as Puri, Khurda, Cuttack, Jagatsinghpur and Nayagarh, another official said.

Many other rivers are in spate submerging low-lying areas and snapping road connectivity.


Cloud Precipitation

Rains, floods leave dozens dead in Pakistan as unprecedented rainfall hits the country

landslide damage
10 more die in Karachi, Punjab reports 13 deaths, KP 16

In Karachi 19 more people lost their lives in various rain-related incidents on Friday, bringing the total number of causalities in the port city up to 50. Nearly all major roads of the city, including I.I.Chungrigar Road, University Road, Shahrah-e-Faisal remained underwater, hampering routine life in the provincial capital.

Nine more people lose their lives in Punjab and at least six were killed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as unprecedented rainfall across the country has continued to cause devastation in all provinces.

In Kot Radha Kishan, five people were killed as a roof of a house collapsed in Bhotan Poroman area, said rescue sources. The bodies were retrieved from the debris and were shifted to a nearby hospital for autopsy.


Fire

Pine Gulch fire becomes largest in Colorado history as firefighters near full containment

Firefighters at the Pine Gulch fire near Grand Junction
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Firefighters at the Pine Gulch fire near Grand Junction.
The Pine Gulch fire has become the largest blaze in Colorado history, having torched more than 139,000 acres.

Incident command provided an updated size for the fire near Grand Junction on Thursday night.

The blaze is now larger than the 2002 Hayman fire west of Colorado Springs, which burned roughly 138,000 acres and destroyed 133 homes. The Hayman fire, which was previously the state's largest wildland blaze, was also blamed for several deaths.

The Pine Gulch fire has not destroyed any homes or caused any injuries, but firefighters have been battling it for about a month. It started on July 31 and was ignited by lightning.

The fire was 77% contained as of Thursday evening.

Three other major fires are burning in Colorado. No homes have been destroyed or injuries reported from any of them.


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New 50-metre deep 'crater' found blasted open on Yamal peninsular, Siberia

Yamal crater
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The new funnel filmed from air by the team of Yamal-based TV station. July 2020
Blocks of soil and ice thrown hundreds of metres from epicentre of the funnel at the Yamal peninsula.

The recently-formed new hole or funnel is the latest to be seen in northern Siberia since the phenomenon was first registered in 2014.

It was initially spotted by chance from the air by a Vesti Yamal TV crew en route from an unrelated assignment.

A group of scientists then made an expedition to examine the large cylindrical crater which has a depth of up to 50 metres.

Such funnels are believed to be caused by the build up of methane gas in pockets of thawing permafrost under the surface.

Comment: In Pierre Lescaudron's book Earth Changes and the Human-Cosmic Connection he explicates the possible factors involved in earthquakes, volcanoes and sinkholes. The following extract may help explain the mysterious and sudden appearance of some of these craters in Siberia, why their proximity to methane deposits may be relevant, and why some have reportedly been accompanied by a 'big bang' and a 'pillar of fire':
So, most of the Earth's crust can become highly conductive if subjected to mechanical stress/shock, for example the type of stress due to the slowing down and opening up of the Earth's lithosphere described above. When high conductivity is reached, electric current can occur between ground regions of different electric potential.1 This current being fed, among other factors, by the change in surface-core E-field mentioned previously.

At this point a second phenomenon called piezo electricity might itervene. Some crystals, in particular quartz which is very frequent in granite rocks,2 will deform if subjected to electric current (that's almost the reverse of the above described phenomenon where mechanical deformation triggers electric current).

One could thus hypothesize that earthquakes are not unlike underground lightning. Earthquakes being to underground electric phenomenon what lightning is to atmospheric electric phenomenon: a simple charge rebalancing process generating some mechanical side effects: air waves (thunder) for lightning and crustal waves (seismic tremors) for earthquakes.

Footnotes:
1 Such effects, combined with emissions of gasses from inside the earth, another consequence of 'opening up', could be another factor in the eruption of anomalous fires and explosions.

2 Interestingly most mountain range are made of granite, concomitantly mountain range are also some of the most quake prone geological formations.
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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Winter forecast high food prices and cancelled credit cards

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Just as food prices spike banks are cutting credit card limits and the N. Hemisphere settles in for the coldest winter in a century with crop losses sending grocery bills upward. Australia highest snowfall total ever recorded in a non-alpine area. Russia pummeled with summer snow drifts and record cold temperatures. Grand Solar Minimum ON !


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