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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: New clues why there are power outages and earth cracks

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The extremes you are seeing across the globe signal the amplification beginning of a new magnetic field forming in the outer solar system as our Sun decreases its output in this new Eddy Grand Solar Minimum. Did you notice the Level up in lock down with a 1750 Pound quarantine tax for entering the UK. This effectively shuts down global travel if implements across other nations. Another fingerprint f the Grand Solar Minimum fulfilled marching toward 2024.

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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Signs you are looking for indicating system collapse around 2024

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Signs that a global liquefaction has begun again on its 2000 year cycle. You will look for Earth Cracks, Sinkholes and "Unusual Landslides", which have begun increasing in frequency after the Jupiter-Saturn Conjunction. This is what to look for from now to 2024.

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Massive sinkhole swallows lorries and buildings in Malaysia

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A total of 67 employees from two companies in Bestari Jaya near here were evacuated to a relief centre at SK Rantau Panjang, after a land subsidence occurred in an open area near the premises on Friday evening.

Selangor Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM) assistant director of operations Hafisham Mohd Noor said in the incident at about 6.50 pm, there was a 10m-deep fissure over 50,000 sq m of land near Jalan PKPS in Kampung Bestari Jaya near here.

"The JBPM received an emergency call at about 6.51 pm and seven firemen were rushed to the scene.

"Based on preliminary information, Selangor JBPM was told that there was a victim buried in the sediment, however after doing a headcount of workers at two nearby premises, none of the victims were found missing or buried," he said in a statement here yesterday.

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Hospital in Naples evacuated after huge sinkhole opens up

Naples sinkhole
© Vigili del Fuoco (Italian fire brigade)
Witnesses reported hearing a loud explosion at dawn as a large chasm appeared outside the Ponticelli Ospedale del Mare in eastern Naples.

There were no injuries reported at the site, where firefighters say the sinkhole "affected an area of about 500 square meters" and has swallowed up several cars which were parked outside the hospital.

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'Unknown source of energy' cooks Tel Aviv sidewalk, residents evacuated

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Tel Aviv municipality has not determined source of the problem that led to two buildings being evacuated, but investigation of the mystery continues
The Tel Aviv municipality on Saturday informed dozens of residents of two apartment buildings in the center of the city that they may return to their homes, days after they were evacuated when the ground suddenly began heating up and emitted steam.

Experts who were called in did not detect any dangerous substances at the site or any risk to the buildings' stability, and the source of the heat was said by the municipality to be "trapped energy" from an unknown source.

The city said it would "continue to monitor the temperature of the ground, which is expected to take a long time to cool, and will continue to look into the causes of the unusual event."

Comment: It remains to be seen just what caused the heating up of the ground but, if it is related to geological phenomena, we may find clues as to what may have happened by looking at events elsewhere:

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Sinkhole causes crane collapse in midtown Toronto - 2nd for city in 4 days

A mobile crane working on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT collapsed into the ground on Monday evening.

The incident occurred at Eglinton Avenue East and Mount Pleasant Road around 6 p.m.

Toronto Fire said the crane operator was not injured, while another worker suffered a minor injury.

On Tuesday, Metrolinx spokesperson Anne Marie Aikins said the injured worker slipped and bruised his knee and has been released from hospital.

Comment: Four days earlier: Sinkhole opens up on residential street in Toronto, Canada

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Sinkhole swallows vehicle in Queens, NYC

An unoccupied orange SUV was found swallowed by a sinkhole in Queens early Thursday morning.

The vehicle, a Toyota RAV4, was discovered nose-down in the massive sinkhole at about 6 a.m. on 70th Street near 52nd Avenue in Maspeth, authorities said.

The shocking sight from the residential neighborhood was shared to Twitter by City Councilman Robert Holden.

The FDNY said they responded to the location for reports of trauma. But it was determined there were no patients as the SUV was unoccupied.

The sinkhole led to several street closures in the area, Holden said.

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Growing sinkhole concerns residents in San Diego, California

A gaping hole in an Allied Gardens hillside has many residents worried of a potential catastrophe.

Outside of John and Sandy Knox's bedroom window is a massive sinkhole that has already swallowed up their tree. The couple fears their home could be next.

A broken-down drain pipe that is 50 feet deep and 60 feet wide is believed to be the cause of the hole.

On Tuesday, ABC 10News spotted City of San Diego crews taking measurements and assessing the sinkhole.


Calves rescued from huge sinkhole in Springfield, Tennessee

© Robertson County Emergency Management Agency
Two calves were rescued today after they became hopelessly trapped when the pair fell in a newly formed, very large, and deep sinkhole near Springfield.

Crews with North Robertson Fire and Rescue, Robertson County Emergency Management Agency, Robertson County Emergency Medical Services, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, Robertson County Sheriff's Department, and Springfield Fire conducted the rescue operation Tuesday. The farm is located on William Woodard Rd. MAP

The calves somehow survived the fall into the 40-foot deep, 30-foot diameter sinkhole. Officials said, like a kid, they are young and likely were able to take getting bumped around a little.


Sinkhole opens up on residential street in Toronto, Canada


Green water was seen floating inside a large Toronto, Canada, sinkhole on Friday (pictured)

A massive sinkhole with a glowing green, slime-like liquid seeping out was spotted in in Toronto on Friday.

The unexpected occurrence happened on Hastings Avenue near Gerrard Street East.

Photos shared by Richard Southern of 680News showed the green water, reminiscent of 'Flubber' and the ghouls from 'Ghostbusters, oozing out of the cracked concrete in the middle of a residential street.

Toronto Water: 'In order to determine if the sinkhole is connected to the underlying sewer, a dye test was conducted using a green non-toxic dye, which is added to the sinkhole while monitoring the closest manhole downstream to look for traces of the dye in the sewer'

Comment: Sinkholes can be the result of a collapsed sewer, but the increasing number across the planet point to another cause: And check out SOTT radio's: