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Vast underground river system discovered in once-vibrant Western Sahara – climate collapsed rapidly

Interesting posting shared with us by The Extinction Protocol’s Alvin… is this happening anywhere else in the World today…. ? Food for thought.
Thank you for sharing, Alvin.

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/11/12/vast-underground-river-system-discovered-in-once-vibrant-western-sahara-climate-collapsed-rapidly/

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November 2015AFRICAA riveting mystery is unfolding in Western Sahara, as scientists discover a massive ancient underground river system with the aid of satellite imaging. It confirms that only about 5,000 years ago, the Sahara was an immensely vibrant place. The African region containing the Mauritanian Desert is roughly the size of the United States – or a quarter of Africa; so if such conditions persisted today, the river system would be the world’s 12th-largest, French-led research indicates in the journal Nature Communications.
That means a river some 500km long, with sources in the Atlas Mountains and Hoggar Highlands, in present-day Algeria. The team used hi-tech equipment aboard the Japanese Advanced Land Observing Satellite – particularly the PALSAR sensor system, capable of detailed underground imaging from space. As the river approached the coast, it carried important minerals and nutrients by way of an ancient underground canyon…

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Volcano-like underground fire is put out after a month

Interesting article posted by The Extinction Protocol’s Alvin.. and one that needed to be brought to a greater public awareness. I wonder how many of these ‘coal fires’ are occurring around the world…?

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July 2015WOODBURY, N.J.Crews have put out a fire that burned underground in southern New Jersey for a month, melting the ground around it and reaching 1,000 degrees. Woodbury Mayor Bill Volk tells the Courier-Post that the fire was extinguished Thursday, a month after it started during a severe storm. He says it “looked like a volcano.”
It began when a power line snapped, sending electricity into the ground and igniting a mixture of coal and cinder used as the foundation for train tracks in a wooded area. The mayor says neighbors called authorities when they saw smoke coming from the ground. Firefighters went to the scene seven times over a month before county and state officials helped put it out. –Wish TV
Nine others are still burning in Pennsylvania: CARBONDALE – On cold, clear winter days, the underground fire burning near Russell Park…

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The Earth’s magnetic field could flip within our lifetime

Interesting topic 🙂 I talked about this very subject on my radio show the other morning. I honestly wish I could say that I am surprised by the announcement that the magnetic polar ‘flip’ could occur within our lifetime. Thank you Alvin for sharing this news with us 🙂

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October 2014GEOLOGY Earth’s magnetic field is constantly shifting, and roughly every 200,000 to 300,000 years it flips north and south completely. We’re currently overdue for a switcheroo—and scientists now say it could happen in a time as short as 100 years, potentially altering life in unexpected ways. It was long thought that these reversals took as many as 7,000 years to completely switch, according to a 2004 study funded by the National Science Foundation. But over the past few years, other scientists have suggested that the shifts have occurred at speeds previously unimagined. And a brand-new study published in the Geophysical Journal International by a team of scientists from Europe and the U.S. sheds even more light on these speedy changes—suggesting that the last 180-degree flip only took about 100 years. How did they discern changes in the magnetic field that date back hundreds of thousands of…

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Small meteorite strikes near Nicaragua’s capital, government says – leaves 39 foot crater, 16 feet deep

Very interesting… asteroid the size of a house skims past us and this happens on the same day. Coincidence…? Surely not… as ever, thank you Alvin for posting this up for our perusal 🙂

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September 2014NICARAGUA – Nicaragua’s government said Sunday that a mysterious boom heard overnight in the capital was made by a small meteorite that left a crater in a wooded area near Managua’s airport. Government spokeswoman Rosario Murillo said a committee formed by the government to study the event determined it was a “relatively small” meteorite that “appears to have come off an asteroid that was passing close to Earth.” Murillo said Nicaragua will ask international experts to help local scientists in understanding what happened. The crater left by the meteorite had a radius of 12 meters (39 feet) and a depth of 5 meters (16 feet), said Humberto Saballos, a volcanologist with the Nicaraguan Institute of Territorial Studies who was on the committee. He said it is still not clear if the meteorite disintegrated or was buried. Humberto Garcia, of the Astronomy Center at the National Autonomous University…

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New concerns – Iceland volcano: magma moving towards new volcanic system – could set off another volcano

Thank you Alvin for posting this update on the Bardabunga Volcano in Iceland. A huge amount of magma has moved so very, very quickly, with a number of potential scenarios being examined as a consequence.
I’m keeping an eye on the Azores Islands, by the way. ‘Why?’, I hear you asking. M3.2 and M3.6 affecting the Azores yesterday evening, Universal Time. Just keep a close eye on the Azores, that is all…

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August 2014 ICELAND – The magma from Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano could be moving towards another large volcanic system. Data recorded by a team from the University of Cambridge suggests that 50 million cubic meters of molten rock has moved in the last 24 hours. If it continues on a northern trajectory it could feed into the Askja volcanic system, potentially triggering a large eruption. Prof Bob White said: “It’s headed straight for it.” But he cautioned that volcanoes were hard to predict. “It’s moving at about 4km a day towards Askja, and if it keeps going it will get there in a few days,” he told BBC News. “We know there is a lot of molten rock sitting under the ground beneath Askja, which is a major volcanic system. If this molten rock hits that, we know it is likely to trigger it to erupt. “But who knows, it…

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Earthquakes are increasing in the UK: highest level in a decade

A very informative article concerning the increase of detected earthquakes in the United Kingdom. Whether fracking is responsible for the increase (likely not in entirety but it surely isn’t helping) or whether the United Kingdom is entering a possible period of busy tectonic activity remains to be seen. My own feeling? Let’s just keep a close eye on matters. As always, I would like to thank Alvin from the ever-informative Extinction Protocol blog for bringing this matter to our attention.

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July 2014UNITED KINGDOM – New figures show the number of earthquakes recorded in the UK is increasing. The highest level of detections in the last decade is set to be registered for 2014, with 100 earthquakes already recorded in the first three months of the year and 149 in total up until July. This compares to 154 throughout 2013, 64 in 2006 and 111 reported in 2005, 2007 and 2011 – one small tremor, which centered on Jersey and Guernsey in the Channel Islands earlier this month. The quake had a magnitude measuring 4.2, making it the largest in the region for almost 90 years and the tremors were felt all along the south coast of England. The tremor was reported to have registered on British Geological Survey monitoring station equipment in Exeter, Devon. Environmental activists fear the Government’s desire to exploit shale gas reserves in rocks beneath…

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7.0 magnitude earthquake strikes South Atlantic: strongest to ever hit region

This is fascinating reading indeed. From its most northerly tip at the top of the World to its most southerly tail… we really, REALLY, should be keeping an eye on the Atlantic Ocean. Thank you for posting this article, Alvin.

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South Atlantic 7.0
November 25, 2013SOUTH ATLANTICA magnitude-7.0earthquake has struck in the South Atlantic, southeast of the disputed Falkland Islands, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). It says the quake struck at 2-27 a.m. on Monday (0627 GMT), about 195 miles southeast of the Falklands’ capital, Stanley, and 545 miles east of Ushuaia, Argentina. The depth was a shallow 6.2 miles. The Falklands are a British territory that is claimed by Argentina. The USGS says the quake followed four others that all measured more than 5.0, over a two-hour period leading up to the big quake. It says such quakes are uncommon in the region. Only 15 quakes of more than magnitude 5.0 had been measured in the region in the previous 40 years. –The Hindu

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