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Deadly Mexico earthquake triggers ‘desert tsunami’ 1,500 miles away in Death Valley cave

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Mexico earthquake triggers desert tsunami 1,500 miles away in Death Valley cave
About five minutes after the 7.6 magnitude earthquake hit near Mexico's southwest coast on Monday, September 19, 2022, typically calm water deep in a...

Hurricane Ian starts lashing South Carolina after leaving at least 21 reported dead and millions without power across Florida – Sheriff: Fatalities are in the hundreds

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Hurricane Ian starts lashing South Carolina after leaving at least 21 reported dead and millions without power across Florida
As much of Florida takes stock Friday of apocalyptic damage - with searchers still checking for people in need and millions without power -...

Dangerous Hurricane Ian knocks out power to 2 million on destructive path across Florida – Amazing videos of damage and devastation

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Hurricane Ian in Florida
Ian was expected to dump 12 to 18 inches of rain on much of central and northeast Florida, with some locations being hit with...

Asteroid Dimorphos in which NASA’s DART spacecraft slammed into is now a COMET with a TAIL

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ASTEROID DIMORPHOS NOW HAS A TAIL
Three days ago, NASA's DART spacecraft slammed into asteroid Dimorphos at 14,000 mph. The dramatic impact expelled a cloud of dust and turned the asteroid...

DART: Watch NASA smash into an asteroid during its first planetary defense test mission LIVE TODAY

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DART: Watch NASA impact an asteroid LIVE on September 26, 2022
Sixty-five million years ago, an asteroid struck Earth. Today, NASA strikes back. At 7:14 pm EDT, the DART spacecraft will intentionally collide with asteroid Dimorphos...

New island has formed and continues to grow as Home Reef underwater volcano erupts in Tonga

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New island has formed after the Home Reef underwater volcano erupted in Tonga
In the southwest Pacific Ocean, a seafloor ridge that stretches from New Zealand to Tonga has the highest density of underwater volcanoes in the...

All Florida under state of emergency as dangerous Tropical Storm Ian strengthens to become a major hurricane soon before impacting the state

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  Gov. Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency for all of Florida on Saturday as Tropical Storm Ian gained strength over the Caribbean and...

Fiona, one of the strongest storms to hit Canada, slams into Nova Scotia, leaving hundreds of thousands without power

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Fiona slams Canada on September 24, 2022
One of the strongest storms ever to hit Canada slammed into Nova Scotia's coastline early Saturday, leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power. Former...

Enigmatic 7,000-year-old structure recently discovered near Prague is older than Stonehenge, Egyptian pyramids

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Vinor roundel discovery near Prague
Archaeologists digging near Prague have discovered the remains of a Stone Age structure that's older than Stonehenge and even the Egyptian pyramids: an enigmatic...

Just say no… Parents speak out about prosthetic breast wearing transgender teacher in Canada

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Parents speak out about prosthetic breast wearing transgender teacher
Parents, students and local residents converged outside Oakville Trafalgar High School on Friday to protest the high school and school board for defending the...

UN food chief warns of ‘hell on earth’ food lows

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UN food chief warns of ‘hell on earth’ food lows
The U.N. food chief warned Thursday that the world is facing "a perfect storm on top of a perfect storm" and urged donors, particularly...

Extreme Typhoon Talas slams central Japan killing two just days after deadly Supertyphoon Nanmadol hit on Monday – Thousands in the dark in videos and pictures

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deadly typhoon Talas slams Japan on September 23-24 2022
Typhoon Talas lashed central Japan on Saturday with torrential rain and fierce winds, killing two and leaving tens of thousands of households without power. In...

Powerful M6.8 earthquake kills one in Michoacan, Mexico just three days after a M7.6 shook the same area, killing two – M5.8 quake rattles New Zealand

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Strong M6.8 earthquake hits Mexico
A powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 struck Mexico early Thursday, causing buildings to sway and leaving at least one person dead...

Deadly Fiona strengthens into a monster Category 4 hurricane as it heads to Bermuda before slamming Canada

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Fiona hurricane path Bermuda to Canada
Hurricane Fiona strengthened into a Category 4 storm Wednesday after devastating Puerto Rico, then lashing the Dominican Republic and the Turks and Caicos Islands....

New Zealand raises volcano alert level for Lake Taupo after 700 small earthquakes swarm the Supervolcano

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earthquake swarm Lake Taupo New Zealand 2022
New Zealand scientists have increased the alert level for a volcano below the country's biggest lake, which caused the largest eruption on Earth in...

Ebola outbreak declared in Uganda after first death since 2019

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Uganda ebola outbreak
Uganda's health ministry has announced the country's first death from the highly contagious Ebola virus since 2019, declaring an outbreak in the central district...

The Benefits of Full Spectrum CBD Oil

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Health benefits of CBD oil where to find the best cbd oil online
One of the most common and obvious questions people have when they wish to buy CBD oil is where can I buy CBD oil...

Major M7.6 earthquake hits Mexico’s Pacific coast – Tsunami floods Manzanillo – At least 1 dead in videos and pictures

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M7.6 earthquake hits Mexico Pacific coast on September 19, 2022
M7.6 earthquake is equivalent to 5.4 x 106 tons of TNT or 334.4 atomic bombs! A magnitude 7.6 earthquake shook Mexico's central Pacific coast today, killing...

Deadly typhoon Nanmadol slams Japan prompting evacuations of millions of residents

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Nine million people told to evacuate as super typhoon Nanmadol hits Japan
Nine million people have been told to evacuate their homes as Japan is battered by one of the worst typhoons the country has ever...

Three consecutive years of La Nina: The world is barreling towards a $1 trillion weather-disaster damages – And it could even get worse

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La Niña is related to increases in the likelihood of above- and below-average precipitation over many regions of the globe (Fig. 2). These changes in precipitation likelihoods occur during certain times of the year. Over sub-Saharan Africa, primary rainfall seasons with wet conditions are in the central and eastern Sahel (June-September) and in Southern Africa (October-May). Dry conditions are most likely over the Greater Horn of Africa during the September-December and March-May rainy seasons. Over Central Asia, dry conditions are most likely during the winter and spring precipitation seasons. In northern Central America and the Caribbean the likelihood of wet conditions increases during July-September.
It’s all but guaranteed the world will see another year of weather disasters that destroy homes, ruin crops, disrupt shipping and threaten lives. Unprecedented monsoon floods...

Seismic weapon in action? Deadly M6.9 earthquake hits Taiwan – 2nd major quake in less than a day – Link to weaponized weather?

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Shallow 6.9 magnitude earthquake hits Taiwan - 2nd major quake there within 19 hours
A massive 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck the southeastern coast of Taiwan on Sunday, bringing at least one building down in a small town and...

Deadly Tropical Storm Fiona is heading for Puerto Rico to unload record-breaking rains after killing 1 in Guadeloupe in the eastern Caribbean islands

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Deadly tropical Storm Fiona heading to Puerto Rico
Tropical Storm Fiona headed for Puerto Rico on Saturday, with forecasters warning it likely would grow into a hurricane before hitting on Sunday with...