Earth Changes

Will the rain ever end? Flooding could last for weeks, as more heavy rain targets Texas, Oklahoma

Sunday, May 24, 2015
By Paul Martin

The ExtinctionProtocol.com May 24, 2015 TEXAS – Officials in parts of Texas are warning that flooding could last for weeks in the wake of unprecedented amounts of May rainfall. Those rainfall totals, which have now topped 20 inches since May 1 in at least two cities, will climb still higher over the Memorial Day... »

58: Indonesia’s Lokon-Empung volcano shaken by violent eruption

Saturday, May 23, 2015
By Paul Martin

TheExtinctionProtocol.com May 23, 2015 INDONESIA – An explosion occurred Wednesday (20 May) at 15:22 local time and produced an ash plume of approx 1.5 km height. The eruption was accompanied by strong explosion sounds, which caused concern in nearby villages and the town of Tomohon. After the initial explosion, mild ash venting continued for... »

Two 6.8-magnitude earthquakes strike off Solomon Islands

Saturday, May 23, 2015
By Paul Martin

TheExtinctionProtcol.com May 23, 2015 SOLOMON ISLANDS – It is the third day in a row that the Solomons have been rocked by a quake of 6.0-magnitude or higher. Two strong 6.8-magnitude earthquakes struck off the Solomon Islands early Saturday, May 23 US geologists said, but there were no initial reports of damage and no... »

UK rocked as 4.2 magnitude earthquake hits near London

Friday, May 22, 2015
By Paul Martin

TheExtinctionProtocol.com May 22, 2015 LONDON – A “DRAMATIC, violent, jarring and jolting” earthquake has struck the UK near Kent, waking residents in the middle of the night with the shock of their lives. The unexpected tremor was felt across Britain. The British Geological Survey confirmed the quake struck at 2:52am British Standard Time with... »

Nepal quake aftermath: at least 200 Buddhist nuns and monks dead, 1,000 monasteries flattened

Friday, May 22, 2015
By Paul Martin

TheExtinctionProtocol.com May 22, 2015 NEPAL – An estimated 200 Buddhist nuns and monks died after more than 1,000 monasteries collapsed in the 14 districts hit hardest by the earthquake s, according to the Buddhist Philosophy Promotion and Monastery Development Committee (BPPMDC). The committee, under the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development, said that... »

Mysterious deadly black fungus being found on fish in Pacific Northwest — Gov’t: There was some concern Fukushima radiation could be involved — Biologists investigating how this landbased mold is now appearing in ocean — Many reports of unusual rotting sores, growths, bumps, cancer (PHOTOS)

Thursday, May 21, 2015
By Paul Martin

ENENews.com May 21st, 2015 Nome Nugget (pdf), Nov 27, 2014 (emphasis added): The Nome office of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game received several reports of tomcod with black lesions this year… ADF&G fishery biologists speculate that the lesions are a fungus… Specifically, black mold, commonly found in houses… What the pathology lab... »

Is This Global Drought Being Caused By The Systematic Destruction Of The Hydrologic Cycle?

Thursday, May 21, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder EndOfTheAmericanDream.com May 20th, 2015 Have you noticed that severe drought seems to be gripping much of the planet right now? You probably have. But why is this happening? Could it be possible that we are doing this to ourselves? Many want to try to link the rise and fall of precipitation... »

El Nino: How this year’s Pacific weather event could screw up global food prices

Thursday, May 21, 2015
By Paul Martin

ZACHARY DAVIES BOREN IndependentUK Thursday 21 May 2015 There’s an El Nino event brewing in the tropical Pacific that could impact global food prices, experts have warned. The price of rice, coffee, sugar and cocoa may be driven up by the El Nino effect, which may trigger droughts and floods that could disrupt equatorial... »

Strong 6.8 magnitude earthquake hits near Solomon Islands, no tsunami expected

Thursday, May 21, 2015
By Paul Martin

TheExtinctionProtocol.com May 21, 2015 SOLOMON ISLANDS – A strong 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck near the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific on Thursday, the U.S. Geological Survey said, but no tsunami was expected and there were no immediate reports of damage. The earthquake, with a magnitude 7.0, was centered near the Santa Cruz Island... »

Area around Fukushima is now a radioactive wasteland that will be uninhabitable for decades

Wednesday, May 20, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: David Gutierrez NaturalNews.com Wednesday, May 20, 2015 A foreign correspondent whose career consists of traveling to dangerous regions around the world has called the area around Fukushima, Japan, one of the most hopeless places he has ever visited, likening it to a “post apocalyptic ghost town.” “I have seen abandoned villages before; most... »

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