Signs of the Big Wobble

Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for March 14, 2021

Meteor over Mt. Tiede, Canary Islands, Spain by Uli Fehr

Another bright fireball seen shooting across the night sky over Japan

An amazing "jellyfish" effect as the plume left behind by this morning's SpaceX Starlink launch was illuminated by a rising sun. Photographed about 45 minutes after the launch by Steven Madow.

What? A volcanic ash plume is drifting over Lake Michigan

A lava tornado was captured inside the Halema'uma'u lava lake by the USGS-HVO temporary S1cam. One more example of the volcano creating its own localized, micro-weather over an active eruption.

This is why the Caribbean has not drowned yet

2,000+ flights canceled in Denver due to Winter Storm Xylia

Tornado hits Happy, Texas:

80,000 reindeer are dying to death in Russia

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And they still have amazing amount of snow over there! Example: Bashkiria:

Did you hear about the megadrought?

The Hell train in India

Before bitcoin, there was e-gold

As predicted, a solar wind stream hit Earth's magnetic field on March 13th, sparking a G1-class geomagnetic storm. Auroras touching the "lower 48" are a sign that Solar Cycle 25 is intensifying. Today, it's Minnesota and Michigan; in a few years, perhaps, California and Texas. The below image is by MaryBeth Kiczenski from Eagle Harbor, Michigan:

Another attempt to abduct hundreds of schoolboys in Nigeria

Angel falls, the tallest waterfall on Earth, falls into a gorge named devil's canyon. The naming in not symbolic however, since the falls were named after Jimmie Angel, a gold prospector who discovered the falls, crash landed there in 1937 and trekked for 11 days to return to civilization.

Stoned babies

Egyptian archaeologists unveil discovery of 59 sealed sarcophagi

North Korea 'not responding' to US contact efforts

Now, that’s an amazing picture of Jupiter!

By the way, did you know that Jupiter is so large that its gravitational pull keeps thousands of meteorites from hitting us constantly… But the biggest, fastest known asteroid flyby of 2021 will take place on March 21

Now prepare for the emerging water emergency!

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