I have been been trying to come to grips with this because of the weird weather and most of all, the strange earthquake activity in places that don’t normally experience it. One of our dedicated supporters shared this video with us and we felt it was definitely worth sharing with everyone.While this video is a compilation of others, they all carry the same theme; Yellowstone. We are not trying to create panic or play into some conspiracy theory, we want people to be alert and prepared. Is the USGS hiding something? Does the government know about it and they are making plans? We actually spoke with an employee at Yellowstone National Park via Twitter and they dismissed everything as “faulty” equipment. But only a few weeks later did the southeastern portion of the United States experience an earthquake. Coincidence?You watch these videos and you decide for yourself. Hopefully it will still be on here before it is removed by the powers that be.
Posted: February 27, 2014, 1:26 am
Earth's largest mass extinction had surprisingly little effect on the range of lifestyles seen on the planet's seafloor, despite the loss of more than 90 percent of marine species, researchers find. Understanding the impacts of this ancient extinction event may shed light on the damage climate change might now inflict on the planet, the scientists say. The end-Permian mass extinction, which occurred 252 million years ago, was the biggest die-off in the planet's history, and the largest of the five mass extinctions seen in the fossil record. The cataclysm killed as much as 95 percent of all species on Earth. [LS]
Posted: February 24, 2014, 1:38 am
In addition to the warmup bringing a break from winter this week, rain and rising temperatures will also bring the potential for flooding and roof collapses. Temperatures will climb into the 40s over much of the Upper Midwest, New England and the upper part of the mid-Atlantic on multiple days during the balance of this week. Some locations in the Ohio Valley and the lower part of the mid-Atlantic will reach the 50s to near 60 degrees for a day or two. However, due to the snow on the ground, mild air and rainfall expected, some problems are likely. According to National Weather Service Hydro-Meteorologist Ted Rodgers, We do not anticipate enough rain and natural melting for major flooding at this time, but sporadic minor flooding incidents are possible.
Posted: February 18, 2014, 6:46 pm
A ‘potentially hazardous’ asteroid which is three times the size of a football pitch and travelling at 27,000 miles an hour will pass close to Earth on Monday night. Although the speeding chunk of rock – named 2000 EM26 – will be 1.6 million miles away it still represents a close shave for our planet in astronomical terms. It will be tracked by the online Slooh Space Camera which monitors asteroids but scientists say it poses no threat to Earth.
Posted: February 17, 2014, 3:58 pm
This is a list of the top 10 recommended disaster preparedness and survival books (disaster-preparedness-survival-books.html), as compiled by Armageddon Online. They cover information that everyone SHOULD know, but many people choose to ignore or dismiss. If when a disaster does happen, these book will do their best to get you, your friends, and your family ready!
Posted: February 16, 2014, 10:00 pm