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FIRE-EARTH Q&A DAY: Planetary Defense Systems – Phase 2

Posted by feww on July 18, 2015

CJ Members

Earth’s Planetary Defense Systems – Phase 2

What to expect: Critical evaluation of Earth’s defense workings (Part I)

  • FIRE-EARTH Q&A TODAY will start @ 18:02 UTC.

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Wildfire Races across I-15, Ignites Vehicles

Posted by feww on July 18, 2015

UPDATED

“Hellfire” in Cajon Pass, Calif.

A fast-moving wildfire swept 15 Freeway in  San Bernardino County, igniting cars, trucks and even a boat, and destroying homes, according to local reports.

The fierce blaze destroyed or damaged dozens of cars and burned several homes near the 15 Freeway, the main route between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, which was packed with weekend travelers, said reports.

The fire had consumed about 3,600 acres and was spreading rapidly through the chaparral and grass on Friday, said a spokesperson for the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

USFS researchers surveyed 4.2 million acres of trees in the Angeles, Cleveland, San Bernardino and Los Padres national forests recently and found more than 2 million trees had died due to the drought and bark beetle infestation.

The North Fire

The North Fire started at about 2:33 pm on Friday July 17 near Interstate 15 north of Highway 138. It is approximately 3,500 acres in size and now 5% contained. Multiple vehicles on Interstate 15 caught on fire when the North Fire crossed southbound lanes. 20 vehicles including two semi’s were destroyed, 10 vehicles were damaged; however no injuries were reported.

4 structures were reported as destroyed.

Mandatory evacuations are in place for the Baldy Mesa areas:
East of Sheep Creek Road
North of Hwy 138
West of I-15/Hwy 395
South of Phelan Road

Resources responding include 1,000 firepersons, said InciWeb.

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Powerful Earthquake Strikes Santa Cruz Islands

Posted by feww on July 18, 2015

3rd Revision by yet another seismologist (!)
M7.0; 10.38S, 165.20E ; depth=10km 

M7.2 Strikes WNW of Lata, Solomon Islands

Centered at 10.38ºS, 165.19ºE the quake occurred at a depth of about 2km, reported emsc-csem.org

Pacific Tsunami center has issued the following statement:

TSUNAMI EVALUATION

BASED ON THE PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS… HAZARDOUS
TSUNAMI WAVES ARE POSSIBLE FOR COASTS LOCATED WITHIN 300 KM OF
THE EARTHQUAKE EPICENTER.

TSUNAMI THREAT FORECAST

* HAZARDOUS TSUNAMI WAVES FROM THIS EARTHQUAKE ARE POSSIBLE WITHIN 300 KM OF THE EPICENTER ALONG THE COASTS OF SOLOMON ISLANDS

EQ Details

Magnitude: 7.2Mw
Region: SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
Date/time: 2015-07-18 at 02:27:31.9 UTC
Location: 10.38ºS ; 165.19ºE
Depth 2 km
Distances 584 km E of Honiara, Solomon Islands / pop: 56,298 / local time: 13:27:31.9 2015-07-18
358 km E of Kirakira, Solomon Islands / pop: 1,122 / local time: 13:27:31.9 2015-07-18

Aftershocks

M5.1, 10.31S,164.96E 2015-07-18 at 04:30:04.3; depth=2km
M4.9, 10.31S,165.08E 2015-07-18 at 03:32:34.9; depth=2km

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Mt Gamalama Erupts

Posted by feww on July 17, 2015

Another Indonesian volcano erupting, more airports shut

Mt Gamalama in Ternate, North Maluku, erupted Thursday morning local time, releasing large clouds of ejecta more than 1.5km into the sky.

At least five Indonesian airports are now closed due to eruptions at Raung and Gamalama volcanoes:

The airports serving Surabaya and Malang in East Java, near Raung volcano and Ternate in North Maluku, near Gamalama volcano.

Airports in Banyuwangi and Jember near Raung volcano have remained closed since last week.

Additionally, Juanda International Airport and Abdurahman Saleh Airport were also closed temporarily, Antara News reported.

GAMALAMA Volcano

The 1,715-meter volcano comprises the entire island of Ternate, located in Maluku Islands, Indonesia.

A 1775 eruption killed an estimated 1,500 people. in 2011, several people were killed and many more were injured from lahar after a weeks of activity.

In December 2014, a thick layer of ash ejected from the volcano forced the closure of Babullah Airport in Ternate.

Volcanology of Java

Made up almost entirely of volcanic eruptions, the island of Java contains dozens of volcanoes including at least 45 that are considered to be “active” volcanoes.

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M6.4 Quake Strikes Barbados Region, Windward Islands

Posted by feww on July 16, 2015

Strong earthquake strikes NE of Bridgetown, Barbados

Centered at 13.87N, 58.64W about 119km NE of Bathsheba, the quake occurred at a depth of about 2km, emsc-csem.org reported.

Magnitude:  6.4Mw
Region: BARBADOS REGION, WINDWARD ISL.
Date/time: 2015-07-16 at 15:16:31.4 UTC
Location 13.87 N, 58.64 W
Depth 2 km
Distances:

  • 136 km NE of Bridgetown, Barbados / pop: 98,511
  • 119 km NE of Bathsheba / pop: 1,765

Foreshock:
5.7Mw 13.88N, 58.53W on 2015-07-16 at11:01:47.3, depth=15km
Aftershock:
5.2Mw, 13.94N, 58.51W on 2015-07-16 at 15:36:18.8, depth=40km

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Drought Destroys Crops in Florida, Idaho , Montana, Utah, Washington & Puerto Rico

Posted by feww on July 16, 2015

Drought Disaster: Crop Disasters Declared for 90 U.S. counties and municipalities

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated 76 additional counties across five states—Florida, Idaho, Montana, Utah and Washington—as well as 14 municipalities in Puerto Rico, as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by drought.

The disaster designations are as follows:

Drought Crop Disaster Designation #1

  • Florida: Broward, Collier, Hendry, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Palm Beach counties.

Drought Crop Disaster Designation #2

  • Idaho: Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Clearwater, Idaho, Kootenai, Lewis, Latah, Nez Perce and Shoshone counties.
  • Montana: Lincoln, Mineral, Missoula and Sanders counties.
  • Washington: Pend Oreille, Spokane and Whitman counties.

Drought Crop Disaster Designation #3

  • Montana: Beaverhead, Broadwater, Cascade, Chouteau, Deer Lodge, Flathead, Glacier, Granite, Jefferson, Lake, Lewis and Clark, Liberty, Lincoln, Madison, Meagher, Mineral, Missoula, Pondera, Powell, Ravalli, Sanders, Silver Bow, Teton and Toole counties.
  • Idaho: Bonner, Clark, Fremont, Lemhi, Boundary, Clearwater, Idaho and Shoshone counties.

Drought Crop Disaster Designation #4

  • Puerto Rico: Aguas Buenas, Caguas, Canovanas, Carolina, Cayey, Cidra, Gurabo, Juncos, Las Piedras, Patillas, San Juan, San Lorenzo, Trujillo Alto and Yabucoa municipalities.

Drought Crop Disaster Designation #5

  • Utah: Duchesne, Salt Lake, Summit, Utah and Wasatch counties.

Drought Crop Disaster Designation #6

  • Washington:  Chelan, Douglas, Ferry, Grant, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Skagit, Spokane, Stevens, Whatcom and Whitman counties.

Crop Disasters 2015

Beginning January 7, 2015 USDA has declared crop disasters in at least 1,451 counties across 22 states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington and Wyoming.

USDA has also designated 14 municipalities in Puerto Rico as drought disaster areas.

About 99 percent of the 2015 crop disaster designations so far are due to drought.

Crop Disasters 2014

In 2014, USDA declared crop disasters in at least 2,904 counties across 44 states. Most of the designations were due to drought.

Those states were:

Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan. Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. [FIRE-EARTH has documented all of the above listings. See blog content.]

Notes:
i. USDA trigger point for a countywide disaster declaration is 30 percent crop loss on at least one crop.

ii. The counties designated as agricultural disaster areas, as listed above, include both primary and contiguous disaster areas.

iii. Some counties may have been designated as crop disaster areas more than once due to multiple disasters.

iv. The U.S. has a total of 3,143 counties and county-equivalents.

v. The disaster designations posted above were approved by USDA on July 15, 2015 .

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Deadly Typhoon NANGKA Striking Japan

Posted by feww on July 16, 2015

Deadly NANGKA barrels toward Shikoku, Japan

Typhoon NANGKA, the season’s 11th typhoon, is making landfall on Japan’s Shikoku island, prompting the authorities to evacuate up to a third of a million people in 11 prefectures, with more than 1.5 million others on standby to evacuate their homes, if necessary.

Flash floods triggered by the powerful typhoon have already killed at least two people, and left about 20 others injured, locals have reported.

Torrential rains brought by NANGKA [Malaysian name for the Jack fruit, no reason given for the choice of name,] have already caused multiple landslides in several prefectures, and forced Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways to cancel hundreds of domestic flights. Many train cancellations were also reported.

Japan’s weather agency has issued Warnings or Advisories for the entire country, with storm, high waves, heavy rain,
flooding, storm surge, thunderstorm and/or ground-loosening inundation topping the typhoon’s list of impacts.

NANGA was on course to hit the island of Shikoku at about midnight local time [UTC+ 9.00  hrs,] before slamming the main island of Honshu, on Friday.

TY 1511 (NANGKA) – issued by Japan’s weather agency at 12:50UTC on July 16, 2015

Scale: Large
Intensity: Strong
Center position: N33°00′(33.0°), E134°20′(134.3°)
Direction and movement speed: N 20km/h(10kt)
Central pressure: 960hPa
Maximum wind speed near the center: 35m/s(70kt)
Maximum wind gust: 50m/s(100kt)

The weather agency has forecast total rainfall amounts of up to 800mm on Shikoku, 600mm in nearby prefectures of Osaka, Nagoya and the neighboring areas, as well as 300mm in the Tokyo region in the 24 hours through noon Friday.

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Kentucky Declares State of Emergency

Posted by feww on July 16, 2015

Deadly Storms sweep through Kentucky causing widespread damage

Severe storms have left at least 5 people dead and 6 others missing, causing widespread damage in the State of Kentucky and prompting Gov. Beshear to declare a state of emergency.

Part of a statement posted on the State website read:

According to the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management (KYEM), numerous counties were impacted by Monday’s storms that caused flash flooding. Areas reported with the heaviest damage include Johnson and Rowan counties. In Johnson County, one fatality was reported, and state and local rescue workers there continue to search for others who are missing or unaccounted for. In Rowan County, homes were also damaged by floods, and minor injuries were reported.

The Kentucky National Guard, KYEM and Red Cross officials are on the ground in Johnson County and will continue to monitor areas statewide for further reports of damage. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet on Monday waived certain highway restrictions for out-of-state utility vehicles traveling nationally to areas with widespread power outages. Shelters are in place in Rowan, Johnson and Jefferson counties.

Flash floods in Indiana reportedly killed at least one person, according to local reports.

Kentucky has already been declared a major disaster area three times, so far this year.

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Super Clusters of Low-Level Seismicity Could Swamp Oklahoma

Posted by feww on July 15, 2015

VHF bursts of earth tremors could significantly affect Oklahoma: FIRE-EARTH Forecast

Fire-Earth Models show recurring swarms of intense seismicity, very large bursts of tremors striking repeatedly, could plague the State of Oklahoma.

EoF.

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Alaska Wildfires Setting New Record?

Posted by feww on July 15, 2015

UPDATED

Alaska’s fire season 2015 now 5th* largest on record

Alaska’s fire season could continue later into the year than is normally expected due to  elevated conditions that are currently in place, said Predictive Services National Interagency Fire Center.

Alaska’s fire season normally starts from April 1 through August 31.

10 Largest fire seasons on record in Alaska since 1939 [Source: AK Forestry; estimates by FIRE-EARTH]

1) 2004 – 6,590,140 acres – 701 fires
2) 1957 – 5,049,661 acres – 391 fires
3) 1939 – 5,000,000 acres – 200 fires
4) 2005 – 4,649,597 acres – 624 fires
5) 2015 – 4,500,100 acres –  675 fires [*Estimated by FIRE-EARTH]
[Official record for the year-to-date fires stands at 671 fires burning total of 4,447,182 acres as of July 12, 2015.]
6) 1940 – 4,500,000 acres – 130 fires
7) 1969 – 4,231,820 acres – 685 fires
8) 1941 – 3,654,774 acres – 138 fires
9) 1990 – 3,189,079 acres – 750 fires
10) 2009 – 2,934,608 acres – 516 fires

As of July 2, some 750 wildfires [obviously, the figure has  been revised since] had burned an estimated 2.4 million acres in Alaska, “which is at pace with the 2004 season when 6.59 million acres burned,” Kale Casey, a public information officer for the Alaska Interagency Coordination Center. “In addition to the dry season we’re having, we’ve had a huge amount of lightning—about 6,000 to 10,000 bolts per day. There was three-day period in June where we had over 31,000 lightning strikes.”

U.S. Fire Stats

National Preparedness Level 3 – as of June 26, 2015 at 10 a.m. MDT (on a scale from 1 to 5)

July 14, 2015

Six new large fires were reported yesterday, four in Alaska and one in Florida and Montana. Large fires burned actively yesterday in Alaska. The Sea and Chahalie fires both burned more than 50,000 acres each yesterday.

  • Number of new large fires: 6
  • States currently reporting large fires:
    • Alaska (22)
    • California (1)
    • Florida (2)
    • Idaho (2)
    • Montana (2)
    • Oregon (2)
    • Washington (5)

Year-to-date statistics  2015 (1/1/15 – 7/14/15)

  • Fires: 31,974
  • Acres: 5,196,033
  • Acres from active fires: 1,637,893
  • Annual average prior 10 years (2005-2014)
  • Fires: 40,722
  • Acres: 2,987,569  More…

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Switzerland Under Heatwave, Ozone Alerts

Posted by feww on July 14, 2015

Heatwave, danger of forest fire, hazardous levels of ozone pollution plague Switzerland

All of Switzerland’s 26 cantons are under alerts for at least two of the following hazards: “heatwave,” “danger of forest fire,” and “hazardous levels of ozone pollution, as of posting.

Record-setting heat could hit southern Ticino this week, according to several models. The temperature in Villa Luganese rose to 33.6ºC on Tuesday.

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Federal Disaster Declared for Louisiana

Posted by feww on July 14, 2015

Louisiana Declared Major Disaster Area

Louisiana Severe Storms and Flooding (DR-4228)

The Disaster President has declared a major disaster exists in the State of Louisiana in the areas affected by severe storms and flooding during the period of May 18 to June 20, 2015.

The areas that were worst affected by the extreme weather events—severe storms and flooding—include Bossier, Caddo, Grant, Natchitoches, and Red River parishes.

Federal Coordinating Officer for federal recovery operations in the affected area said additional designations may be made at a later date if requested by the territory and warranted by the results of further damage assessments.

This is the 24th Major Disaster Declaration [DR 4205-4228] proclaimed for a U.S. state/territory, so far this year. Additionally, the federal government has issued five Fire Management Assistance Declarations for the year to date, as of posting.

Fire Management Assistance Declarations (2015)

[5088] 07/06/2015 Idaho Cape Horn Fire
[5087] 06/29/2015 Washington Sleepy Hollow Fire
[5086] 06/17/2015 Arizona Kearney River Fire
[5085] 06/16/2015 Alaska Card Street Fire
[5084] 06/15/2015 Alaska Sockeye Fire

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June 2015 Second Warmest in Contiguous U.S.

Posted by feww on July 14, 2015

June 2015 2nd warmest in contiguous U.S., West saw record warmth, drought worsened in Northwest: NOAA

The June average temperature for the Lower 48 was 22°C (71.4°F), or 1.6°C (2.9°F) above the 20th century average, second only to June 1933 (71.6°F) in the 121-year period of record, reported The National Climatic Data Center .

Above-average temperatures recorded across the West and along the Southeast coast, where 16 states were much warmer than average.

  • California, Idaho, Oregon, Utah, and Washington recorded their warmest June.
  • Multiple western cities set new June temperature records during an intense heatwave the second half of the month.
  • Boise, Idaho saw the temperature soaring to 43.3C (110°F).

The Alaska statewide average temperature for June was the sixth warmest in 91-years of record keeping at 52.4°F, 3.1°F above average. Homer, Alaska had its warmest June on record. Prolonged warmth and dryness and lack of June snow created ideal wildfire conditions with dozens of large wildfires impacting central and southern areas of the state during June.

“The U.S. Climate Extremes Index (USCEI) for the year-to-date was 45 percent above average and the 13th highest value on record. On the national-scale, extremes in warm maximum and minimum temperatures and days with precipitation were much above average,” said NCDC.

  • More than 400 wildfires consumed 1.8 million acres (728,000 hectares), breaking the previous June record of 1.1 million acres (445,000 hectares) charred by 216 fires, said the report.
  • Texas had its wettest year-to-date on record with 61.1mm (24.04 inches), 27.2mm (10.70 inches) above average.
    • Previous record wet January-June record in 1941: 55.2mm (21.72 inches)
    • January-June precipitation total for 2011: Just 14.5mm (5.71 inches), the lowest amount on 121-year record.
  • California: Drought conditions remain dire across California, with 46.7 percent of the state experiencing the worst category of drought (D4, exceptional).

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information, State of the Climate: National Overview for June 2015, published online July 2015, retrieved on July 13, 2015 from http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/national/201506.

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Drought, Deluge, Heat Alert and a Billion-Dollar Typhoon

Posted by feww on July 13, 2015

China Issues Heat Alert

A heatwave was forecast to hit central, eastern and northern China with temperatures rising to as much as 40 degrees Celsius, said The National Meteorological Center (NMC), Reported Xinhua, the country’s official news agency.

“Since mid-May, some northern regions have been suffering from drought due to continued hot weather. Miyun Reservoir, one of Beijing’s major water sources, has shrunk about 39 percent over the past year,” said the report.

“The upcoming heat wave will even worsen the drought. Local governments should work to reduce its impact on agricultural production,” said the weather observatory in China.

Meanwhile, Typhoon CHAN-HOM dumped as much as 322 mm of rain on parts of eastern China, affecting at least 1.92 million people in nine cities, including more than 1.11 million who were evacuated, said the report.

CHAN-HOM  caused direct economic losses of about a billion dollars, according to the provincial flood control and drought prevention HQ.

“The worst hit sector is agriculture with economic losses of 3.62 billion yuan, because the typhoon coincided with the picking period of vegetables and melons and wrecked havoc on agricultural facilities,” said the HQ.

Water level in many rivers and lakes are still above the warning lines, with more damaged expected from potential floods and mudslides.

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M5.7 earthquake Strikes Planet of the Abes

Posted by feww on July 13, 2015

Earthquake strikes Kyushu island

Centered at 33.0N, 131.9E the quake struck at a depth of about 60km, said Japan’s weather agency.

The quake registered “5+” on Japan’s seismic intensity scale of 1-7.

EQ Details
Magnitude: 5.7Mw
Location: 33.0N, 131.9E
Depth: 60km
Date/Time: 2015-07-12 at 17:52:06 UTC
Aftershocks: 4.3Mw (31.4N, 131.9E; depth=40 km)

Nearby nuclear power stations:

  • Ikata Nuclear Power station
  • Sendai Nuclear Power station
  • Genkai Nuclear Power station

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FIRE-EARTH Extra: Area 351

Posted by feww on July 13, 2015

Why Is Area 351 among Earth’s Primary Objectives?

Deep Blue Marble!

EXTRA session today (July 13, 2015) at 23:32 UTC

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Wildfires Force Evacuations in Central Washington

Posted by feww on July 13, 2015

Lightning-sparked wildfires rage across Washington state

Five wildfires, sparked by lightning on Friday night, have grown together combining into two major blazes, threatening about 300 structures and consuming  about 22,500 acres (91 square km) in Douglas County [pop: 40,000,] central Washington.

One of the two fires in the Douglas County Complex is burning approximately 17 miles northeast of Waterville near Jamieson Lake. The other fire is burning approximately 10 miles southeast of Waterville, reported InciWeb.

About 60 homes and other structure are in immediate threat, and 300 other dewellings have been evacuated, said officials.

“A level 3 evacuation order remains in place for approximately 30 residents on North Palisades Road. All other previous evacuations orders are level 1 including Rock Island Grade which was added this afternoon [July 12.]”

About a dozen major blazes are currently burning in Washington state.

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Stop Copying Our Research

Posted by feww on July 12, 2015

The following exposé relates to a 2011 Japan earthquake forecast issued by FIRE-EARTH. Sent by a concerned blog reader


 

“This information is based on both use of psychic information and information from the Star Visitors” —Dr. Fraud No. 375

The following character is enriching himself by copying materials posted on this blog and re-introducing it to his foreign audiences as “information is based on both use of psychic information and information from the Star Visitors.”

He is:
“Richard Boylan, Ph.D., M.S. Ed, MSW, B.A. is an Educator-Researcher specializing in Star Kids and Star Seed adults, is an emeritus Professor of Psychology, a star-cultures Anthropologist, a retired Clinical Psychologist, Social Worker, Marriage & Family Therapist, Hypnotherapist, and is Earth’s Councillor (representative) to/from Star Nations and its Council.”

The following information, which was sent to us by a reader in Japan was originally posted at  http://www.drboylan.com/07.2011japanmegaquake.html

and later translated into Japanese and re-posted at  http://f.hatena.ne.jp/k1491n/20110721160559


Dr. Boylan at official beginning of Nevada’s Extraterrestrial Highway (NV 375),  along which he has had multiple encounters with UFO. Image and caption from Dr. Boylan’s website.

2011-07-21

また東北地震?迷いに迷った結果、やっぱりお知らせします。Add StarAdd Star

♦リチャード・ボイラン博士が先月から警告を発していた東北大地震第 2弾の件ですが、今週末の23~25日に発生すると警告を発しています。こんな時にまた人騒がせな記事を拡散するのはどうかと思い迷いましたが、警告が当 たらないとも限りません。震災から4カ月、疲れと気の緩みから油断して再び大きな災害を引き起こさない為にも、一応このような情報があるということだけを 胸に収めて、万事ご用心なされたく掲示致します。

ボイラン博士は信頼できる人物のようですが、彼もstar visitorから受け取った情報だそうで、確信があるかどうかは解りません。受け取る側がどう行動するか判断するしかありますまい。とにかく皆さま、お気をつけください

※機械翻訳です

This is the latest report about the upcoming 9.5 Mega-Quake to strike Japan on the July 23-24-25 weekend, the energy reading at this time indicatng mostly likely during the night between Sunday and Monday, 7/24-25 (Japan time).

これは7月23日~24日-25週末に日本を打つ今度の9.5Mega-揺れに関する最新のレポートです、エネルギーリーデイングでは、日曜日と月曜日の夜から朝にかけての確率が高いと読んでいます。7/24-25 (Japan time).

For those in the U.S., that would be Sunday morning, and in London, Sunday afternoon.

米国では日曜日の朝、ロンドンでは日曜日の午後になるでしょう。

July 24.

7月24日。

This Great Quake will be six times as strong as March’s Tohoku 9.0 Quake!

この巨大地震は3月の東北9.0地震の6倍強くなるでしょう!

This upcoming July 24-25th 9.5-magnitude Great Earthquake will tie the world record for the largest-ever earthquake.

今年の今度の7月に、25分の24 9.5マグニチュードの巨大地震は史上最大の地震のための世界記録を結ぶでしょう。

That other earthquake was in 1960 in Chile:

1960年に、そのような地震がチリにありました:

the Valdivia (Great Chilean) Earthquake.

バルディビア(偉大なチリ人)地震。

Details of what the effects of that Valdivia 9.5 Earthquake (also along a coastline) were like can be found below *

そのバルディビアの9.5の震災(海岸線に沿って被害が起きた)とデテールが似ていることを発見できるでしょう。

I have taken the energy reading of the upcoming July 24-25 Japan Great Quake and pinpointed its location.

私は、今度の7月24日~25日の日本の巨大地震のエネルギー読み取って、位置を正確に指摘しました。

The July 24-25 Earthquake’s epicenter will be in the off-shore Pacific Ocean 100 km (62 miles) east of Minamisanriku, a village along the northeast coast of Japan’s main Honshu Island, and 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Sendai.

7月24日~25日地震の震央が南三陸(日本の主な本州島の北東の海岸と、60km(37マイル)北東仙台の村)の太平洋の100km(62マイル)の沖の東になるでしょう。

Minamisanriku is only 25 km (15 miles) north of the Onagawa nuclear power plant, already somewhat damaged by the March 11th monster quake, which also severely damaged several nuclear reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant complex.

南三陸が福島原子力発電所の敷地にまた、ひどくいくつかの原子炉を傷つけた、3月11日の巨大な揺れで既にいくらか破損した女川原子力発電所の25km(15マイル)だけ北にあります。

And this July 24-25 Mega-Quake will be six times as strong!

そして、この7月24日~25日の巨大-揺れは6倍強くなるでしょう!

The Japanese Government should shut down the Onagawa nuclear plant that weekend as a precaution.

日本政府は、その週末に注意として女川原子力発電所を止めるべきです。

The July 24-25 Quake will cause ground shaking 6 times as strong as on March 11.

7月24日~25日Quakeは3月11日の6倍強い地盤振動を引き起こすでしょう。Since Tokyo is only 320 km (200 miles) southwest of the epicenter, Tokyo can expect to receive damage this time.

東京が320km(200マイル)南西震央だけのものであるので、日本政府は、今回損害を受けると予想できます。

There will also be resulting tsunamis very much larger than those on March 11.

また、3月11日のそれらよりたいへん大きい結果として起こる津波があるでしょう。

For some idea of the scale of potential tsunami effects, see the description of tsunamis created by the other 9.5 Great Quake, in Chile 51 years ago (below)*. 潜在的津波の持つ力の影響を51年前の9,5のチリ巨大地震のスケールから勘案してみてください。(below)*

This July 24-25 Quake will be caused by a larger tectonic plate movement than caused the earlier quake on March 11th:

この7月24日~25日地震は以前の揺れが3月11日に引き起こされるより大きいプレート運動で引き起こされるでしょう:

the violent sudden subduction of the Pacific Plate edge under the Okhotsk Plate that Japan rests on, with additional pressure provided by the Philippine Sea Plate at the area’s triple-convergence zone.

太平洋プレートと日本の休息中のオホーツクプレートにフィリピンプレートの圧力が追加され、断層が突然激しく滑り込みます。

How can people on Honshu Island, Japan prepare for the truly Big One coming later this month?

本州の人々は今月やってくる、実際の大地震に日本はどのような備えをしているのでしょうか?

They have had a learning experience from the Match 11th quake.

彼らには、3月11日の地震からの学習体験がありました。

All the prudent precautions one takes in a major earthquake are in order.

巨大地震で秩序を保つためにはは思慮分別のある慎重さが全てです。

Since the timing of this 9.5 Quake is known, if I were living on northern Honshu, I’d make sure not to be in, or sleep in, a building made of rigid unyielding structure such as masonry or steel that weekend.

私が北本州の上のほうに住んでいるならこの9.5の地震のタイミングが知られているので、その週末は石や鉄鋼のように堅い硬い構造のビルの中でも確実に眠りもしないでしょう。

Near the epicenter, even being in a wooden house might not be safe enough.

震央の近くでは、木造家屋は十分に安全でないかもしれません。

One can always sleep outside that weekend;

出来ることは一つ、この週末はずっと戸外で寝ることです。

it’ll be warm.

暖かいでしょうから。

Then there is also the issue of the much larger tsunamis coming this time.

そしてまた、今回来るはるかに大きい津波の問題があります。

Using the 1960 Valdivia 9.5 Quake as a model, it generated local tidal waves 25 meters (82 ft) high.

1960のバルディビアの9,5の地震をモデルでは、津波の高さは25メーター(82フィート)に達しました。

But in the March 11 Japan Quake, tsunami heights varied widely depending on topography, and ranged up to 30 meters (100 feet) high.

しかし、3月11日の日本の地震では、津波の高さは、地形によって、ばらつきが大きく、30メーター(100フィート)まで高く及びました。

Since the upcoming July 23 Quake will be 6 times as strong, even larger waves may be expected, and may travel farther inland.

今度の7月23日の地震は6倍強くなるので、さらに大きい波は、予想されて、内陸をより遠くに伝わるかもしれません。

Thus, in addition to staying out of places subject to failure in the earthquake, north Honshu residents would do well to stay away from low-lying coastal areas that weekend.

したがって、地震における失敗を条件として場所の外にいることに加えて、北の本州の居住者は、その週末に低い沿岸地域から離れることがよいでしょう。

As for other countries’ citizens living near the Pacific, it would be prudent to look up the tsunami warning map put out by USGS ‘s Pacific Tsunami Warning Center right after that July 24-25 Quake hits, at:

‘他国’に関して、市民が太平洋の近くに住んでいる場合、USGSのその7月24日~25日地震が当ったとき後、正しい太平洋津波警報センターで消し止めている津波警報地図を調べるのは、以下で慎重でしょう。

http://ptwc.weather.gov/?region=1.

That map will show you where a tsunami propagated from Japan could strike.

その地図は、日本から伝播された津波が、どこに突然起こることができたかをあなたに示すでしょう。

And this time the wave heights are likely to be much higher than on March 11th.

そして、今回、波高は3月11日よりはるかに高い傾向があります。

So, even people as far away as coastal Alaska, Hawai’i, the Pacific coasts of North, Central, and South America, New Zealand, Indonesia, and the Philippines should inform themselves about potential oncoming risks.

それで、沿岸のアラスカ、ハワイ、北部、セントラルの太平洋岸と同じくらい遠い人々、南米、ニュージーランド、インドネシア、およびフィリピンさえ接近している潜在的リスクに関して自分たちに知らせるべきです。

This information is based on both use of psychic information and information from the Star Visitors.

この情報は精神の情報の使用とStar Visitors(銀河連盟?)からの情報の両方に基づいています。

The people of Japan have been through a lot, but it’s not over.

日本人は多くの事を通過してきましたが、それは終わりではありませんでした。

Let us keep open a heart of compassion for all affected Japanese.

私たちは心を開いて、影響を受けるすべての日本人に同情の心を持ち続けましょう。

Their trials are continuing.

彼らの試練は続いています。

Richard Boylan, Ph.D., Councillor

リチャード・ボイラン、博士号、評議員

http://www.drboylan.com/07.2011japanmegaquake.html

drboylan@sbcglobal.net

The original FIRE-EARTH Earthquake Forecast, which was later withdrawn, was posted at

https://feww.wordpress.com/2011/07/10/japan-mega-quake-warning/

 

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Colima Volcano Erupts, Hundreds Evacuated in W. Mexico

Posted by feww on July 12, 2015

Hundreds evacuated, airport closed as Colima volcano ejects large amounts of ash into the air

Colima volcano is behaving “atypically,” showing signs similar to a major eruption in 1913, said Mexico’s interior ministry.

The 1913 eruption, the largest on record since  1576, lasted for 5 days between January 20 and 24.

About 800 residents within a 12-km radius of the volcano have been evacuated. The authorities have also closed the airport in the state of Colima, due to the large amounts of volcanic ash “falling in the area,” said reports.

The volcano began erupting early Thursday and became increasingly active, spewing lava and large amounts of ash.

Colima, kla, Volcán de Fuego [“Volcano of Fire,”] is one of the most active volcanoes in Mexico. It is also potentially the most hazardous volcano in the country, with more than 300,000 people living within a 40-km radius of the mountain.

Recent volcanic eruptions leading to mass evacuations

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FIRE-EARTH Q&A DAY: Cobbled Void (IV)

Posted by feww on July 11, 2015

CJ Members

Cobbled Void (IV) – Protobirds and Superprecocials (continued…)

FIRE-EARTH Q&A TODAY will start @ 18:02 UTC.

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Typhoon CHAN-HOM Approaching E China Coast

Posted by feww on July 11, 2015

Powerful typhoon forces 900,000 evacuations in East China

CHAN-HOM is forecast to land between Sanmen and Zhoushan in east China’s Zhejiang Province Saturday afternoon, said the National Meteorological Center (NMC).

At 5.00 am local time on Saturday,  the typhoon was located about 185 kilometers from Xiangshan County in Ningbo, with sustained winds of 187 km/hr [gusting to a maximum of 225 km/hr,] and was moving northwestward at 20 km/hr.

The typhoon is expected to bring heavy rains to Zhejiang, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Anhui, Fujian, and Taiwan, said NMC.

[CHAN-HOM could trigger widespread, potentially deadly flooding and devastating landslides. FEWW]

Authorities in China have evacuated about 900,000 people in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang ahead of Typhoon CHAN-HOM, the second typhoon to hit China in two days, official Xinhua reported.

The evacuations began after NMC issued a red alert, their highest level, on Friday morning.

About29,000 ships and fishing boats were recalled to port Friday, and hundreds of flights into and out of the region were cancelled, said the report.

Several coastal cities were already reporting heavy rains and strong gales on Friday, officials said.

CHAN-HOM could be the strongest typhoon in 66 years to land in Zhejiang, said the NMC.

Typhoon LINFA, the first of three typhoons headed for eastern China, made landfall on Thursday in the southern province of Guangdong, bringing torrential rain and flash flooding to the area.

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Bosnia Remembers Srebrenica Massacre

Posted by feww on July 11, 2015

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Bosnia marks 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, aka the Srebrenica genocide

About 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were massacred by Bosnian Serb forces, supported by the Serbian government of Slobodan Milošević and the Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA), amid the breakup of Yugoslavia.

Thousands of Muslims seeking shelter in a UN refugee enclave in Srebrenica were shot dead by Serbian forces, after United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) failed to protect them.

The besieged enclave of Srebrenica in the Drina Valley, NE Bosnia, had been declared a “safe area” under UN protection in 1993, several months after war in Bosnia broke out. However, in July 1995, the ,UNPROFOR represented by hundreds of Dutch peacekeepers, failed to protect the Bosniak refugees and surrendered them to the Serbian forces in the “safe area.” [The commander of Dutch peacekeepers, Lieutenant-Colonel Thom Karremans, was filmed drinking a toast with General Mladić during the negotiations that decided the fate of the civilian population corralled in Potočari.]

In 2004, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Hague ruled that the massacre of Srebrenica male inhabitants constituted genocide. The ruling was upheld by the International Court of Justice in 2007. The forcible relocation of about 30,000 Bosnian women, children and elderly which accompanied the massacre further confirmed evidence of the genocidal intent of members of the the Army of Republika Srpska (VRS) under the command of General Ratko Mladić, who orchestrated the massacre.

Russia vetoes U.N. resolution to condemn Srebrenica massacre as “crime of genocide”

Russia vetoed a U.N. resolution Wednesday failing to condemn the 1995 massacre of the Muslims at Srebrenica as a “crime of genocide,” AP reported.

Russia’s U.N. Ambassador said Bosnian Serbs and Croats had also suffered during the 1992-95 war that killed at least 100,000 people. However, there’s NO evidence of any Serbs or Croats as being victims of a massacre.

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U.S. Drought: Crop Disaster Declared for Idaho Counties

Posted by feww on July 10, 2015

Drought crop disasters declared for 8 counties in Idaho

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated eight additional counties in Idaho as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by drought.

The disaster areas are Bannock, Bingham, Blaine, Bonneville, Butte, Caribou, Jefferson and Power counties.

Drought in the U.S. West

The drought has intensified in the western U.S., according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.

Week None D0-D4 D1-D4 D2-D4 D3-D4 D4
2015-07-07 22.40 77.60 61.14 43.04 18.87 7.26
2015-06-30 23.90 76.10 60.38 39.01 17.13 7.26

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California: No change reported!

Week None D0-D4 D1-D4 D2-D4 D3-D4 D4
2015-07-07 0.14 99.86 98.71 94.59 71.08 46.73
2015-06-30 0.14 99.86 98.71 94.59 71.08 46.73

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Oregon

Week None D0-D4 D1-D4 D2-D4 D3-D4 D4
2015-07-07 0.00 100.00 100.00 83.71 34.09 0.00
2015-06-30 0.00 100.00 98.60 83.66 34.09 0.00

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Washington State

Week None D0-D4 D1-D4 D2-D4 D3-D4 D4
2015-07-07 0.00 100.00 100.00 86.14 0.00 0.00
2015-06-30 0.00 100.00 92.52 45.79 0.00 0.00

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Crop Disasters 2015

Beginning January 7, 2015 USDA has declared crop disasters in at least 1,375 counties across 22 states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington and Wyoming.

About 99 percent of the 2015 crop disaster designations so far are due to drought.

Crop Disasters 2014

In 2014, USDA declared crop disasters in at least 2,904 counties across 44 states. Most of the designations were due to drought.

Those states were:

Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan. Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. [FIRE-EARTH has documented all of the above listings. See blog content.]

Notes:
i. USDA trigger point for a countywide disaster declaration is 30 percent crop loss on at least one crop.

ii. The counties designated as agricultural disaster areas, as listed above, include both primary and contiguous disaster areas.

iii. Some counties may have been designated as crop disaster areas more than once due to multiple disasters.

iv. The U.S. has a total of 3,143 counties and county-equivalents.

v. The disaster designations posted above were approved by USDA on July 8, 2015 .

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Volcanic Ash Forces Closure of Five Indonesian Airports

Posted by feww on July 10, 2015

Volcanic eruption forces closure of five airports in Indonesia

Continued eruptions at Mount Raung in East Java has forced the authorities to shut down five airports in Indonesia, after volcanic ash disrupted many flights between Bali and Australia for a second day. Flight cancellations have since stranded thousands of traveler.

Increased activity was first detected at the volcano on June 24, 2015. The volcano began to eject volcanic matter on June 29, creating an ash cloud that led to warnings being issued to residents within a 3-km radius of the caldera, and flight disruptions in and out of Bali.

The five airports that are currently closed are:

  • Denpasar International Airport in Bali (Ngurah Rai International Airport)
  • The International Airport in Lombok
  • Selaparang Airport (Lombo)
  • Blimbingsari Airport in Banyuwangi (Java)
  • Notohadinegoro Airport  (Jember, East Java)

Mt. Raung
The 3,333-meter volcano, one of Indonesia’s most active volcanoes, is a massive stratovolcano located in the province of East Java, and has a 2-km-wide and 500-metre-deep caldera. Ruang is about 140km northwest of Bali’s Denpasar airport.

Continued Eruptions

Local Volcanologists say the ash eruptions could last for several weeks, possibly longer. In that case tens of thousands of residents in East Java and neighboring islands may have to be evacuated. [See also earlier blog entries on Impact of Indonesian volcanic eruption s on Singapore.]

Volcanology of Java

Made up almost entirely of volcanic eruptions, the island of Java contains dozens of volcanoes including at least 45 that are considered to be “active” volcanoes.

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