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Looking at pictures on a cold Sunday evening

Submitted by Roanman on Sun, 03/04/2012 - 18:01


Chile's Puyehue volcano erupted last summer for the first time in over fifty years.

National Geographic published a photo essay with some spectacular shots of volcanic lightning, something we had never even heard of.

Not to mention the obligatory shot of the Argentine front end loader cleaning up volcanic ash some number of feet deep, some number of miles away.

Thanks to Evan J. who evidently has even more time on his hands than we do, for sending us the link.



Elenin cometh...s still

Submitted by Roanman on Tue, 09/06/2011 - 20:23


You may remember from some time ago our post discussing the coincidental or not alignment of the Earth, Sun, and Mercury along with the comet Elenin on the exact dates of the record breaking (among other things) earthquakes in Chile, New Zealand and Japan.

Good news, you don't have to remember it, just click here.

The bad news is that Elenin is about to make a new series of alignments, only this time it will be on our side of the solar system and very near Earth.

Despite the fact that it contains 6 to 8 minutes of discussion on the Hopi Indian prophecies concerning the Blue and Red Katchinas and the resultant destructions here on Earth following their passage through our solar system, the following video is the most serious scientific analysis I've been able to find concerning the possibilities regarding the passing of this comet.

Consider yourself warned.



Tsunami first person video

Submitted by Roanman on Mon, 03/14/2011 - 21:14


We saw this first at our friend Charles G's facebook page, and have subsequently received emails from Brendan C., Cheryl W. and Kirk?

It already has well over 330,000 hits, so maybe you've seen it.

I've just been sitting here watching it over and over.

Near the end of this thing, somebody's little house just floats by with probably damn near their entire life in it.




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