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Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for February 10, 2021
Hope you are feeling good today, folks… Here is your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for February 10, 2021.
A swarm of big earthquakes (M6.0, M6.1, M7.7, M6.1, M6.1) and their aftershocks are currently hitting southeast of the Loyalty Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Hopefully the subduction won’t rupture today.
Volcanoes along the Ring of Fire have currently no rest and explode continuously. Latest example, the Sakurajima in Japan. Watch the epic video here. Yesterday I also reported the Pacaya (Guatemala) and the Etna (Italy).
But be aware of lahars, they can be very dangerous… Last example at Semeru volcano in Indonesia:
Imagine raindrops the size of boulders, scorching hot, falling from clouds of plasma 100,000 kilometers overhead. It's happening right now on the sun and was captured by Apollo Lasky in Naperville, Illinois:
From warm to cold… The polar vortex sweeping across Canada has brocken several cold (extreme cold) temperature records. And yes -50°C (-64°F) is truly terrifying!
Be aware in Alaska wilderness! This guy was mauled by a bear while backcountry skiing in Alaska last Saturday.
Meanwhile in Siberia… What is this fox doing?
Asteroid the size of the Golden Gate Bridge will whiz past Earth in March… But again don't panic; it won't get that close.
Iceberg, right ahead
Loud booms and strange sounds
Mysterious boom in Clarke County, Virginia
Just a bit of everything
CDC finds that wrapping your head in a plastic garbage bag and taping it off with duct tape most effective at stopping the spread of COVID. And now I understand why we have so many dead!
Dr. Lee Merit is one of the few doctors that have the courage and knowledge to speak publicly about the new dangerous mRNA Coronavirus vaccines and the Corona-virus plandemic. Maybe she will soon disappear, so look at her interview below:
A great treasure! But don’t forget the historic value of course!
Natchez, a Mississippi city is offering remote workers $6,000 to move to the municipality, buy a home and remain for at least one year. But the problem it’s in Natchez…
Trident II submarine-launched ballistic missile tested on Florida coast:
Today's "heart warming" living nightmare: Texas student gives up entire college savings to help her mom pay rent.
Google has quietly escalated censorship of its market-dominating search engine, adding a range of new topics where human moderators are allowed to manually penalize websites, suppressing them in search results. Here’s the list.
Yes, you have no chance:
Canadian traces origin of AIDS to starving First World War soldier who hunted chimpanzees. And that’s really no joke?
People traveling on subway systems in major US cities are being exposed to unsafe amounts of air pollution, with commuters in New York and New Jersey subjected to the highest levels of pollution. They really want to force us to wear a mask all the time!
Now hapefully you’ll have a good day or a good night… Starring at the night sky… Try to spot Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion like Andrew McCarthy did! Awesome!
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