Are you ready for the apocalypse?
Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for February 13, 2021
Are you ready for the coming apocalypse?
Yes, I am just asking because it was very close today again as a major M7.1 earthquake struck Japan off Fukushima near the site of the Great East Japan Earthquake that killed thousands and caused meltdowns at the Fukushima nuclear plant.
It has been reported that this has led to a nuclear fuel spill at Fukushima Daini Nuclear Power plant
This seimically and volcanic unrest is kind of scary if you add numerous other eruptions and swarms of massive earthquakes that occurred in the last 2-3 days.
So if you don’t have a plan, make one and prepare for the next disastrous geological event! It’s coming even in the US!
The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 82 reports (event 809-2021) about a meteor fireball seen across the UK, northern France and Germany, as well as Belgium, Denmark and the Netherlands. Did you see it? Here’s a video:
Low temperatures records have been tumbling across the planet of late, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere. North America, Europe, and Asia have each logged thousands of new cold records this winter, and now the situation looks set to intensify even further as relentless wintry weather is set to bombard much of US into next week with a new winter storm every 2-3 days. Can you imagine that? It’s truly insane!
Do you hear that eerie noise made by skaters on a canal in Amsterdam?
Arriving a day earlier than expected, a solar wind stream is buffeting Earth's magnetic field on Feb. 13th. The gaseous material is flowing from a gigantic triangular hole in the sun's atmosphere:
If you replace the wheels on your bicycle with giant circular saw blades you can ride across the ice:
Is the stock market about to crash? ‘Very, very concerning’ echoes of the 90s dot-com bubble are being heard loud and clear by nervous market experts
This new legislation willd force tech giants to pay for sharing news content. Annoying Facebook and Google, isn’t it?
Donald Trump acquitted in second impeachment, which turns out to be even more bipartisan than the first impeachment. At this rate, Trump will be convicted by his third term in office.
A ghostly aurora under the moonlight in Alaska by Helena
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