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We have a solar storm going on.

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Now even Janet's talking about it and she's getting out scared
The outgoing Homeland Security Secretary has a warning for her successor: A massive and “serious” cyber attack on the U.S. homeland is coming, and a natural disaster — the likes of which the nation has never seen — is also likely on its way.
So prepare, and bring “a large bottle of Advil,” Janet Napolitano told her yet-to-be-named replacement in a farewell address Tuesday morning.
“Many things still need tending, and my successor will most certainly have a full plate on his or her hands,” said Napolitano, who leaves her post next week after more than four years at the helm of the Department of Homeland Security.
At the end of her address Tuesday, Napolitano offered an “Open Letter to My Successor.”
Among her pieces of advice: “You will need to forge strong relationships with all of our partners, including Congress, to make sure DHS has the resources it needs to meet our responsibilities to the American people.
You also will have to prepare for the increasing likelihood of more weather-related events of a more severe nature as a result of climate change, and continue to build the capacity to respond to potential disasters in far-flung regions of the country occurring at the same time.
“You will need a large bottle of Advil,” Napolitano joked.
Still, she said, running DHS is “one of the most rewarding jobs there is.”
“What you do here matters to the lives of people all across our great nation, and your decisions affect them in direct, tangible ways,” she said. “You make sure their families are safe from terrorist threats, that their local first responders have equipment and training and funding, and that when disaster strikes, people who have lost everything are given food, shelter and hope.”

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Just saw this AK, definitely something headed our way!
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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Big jump from 150, quake watch up a notch
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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4.7
21km NNW of Dagua, Colombia

2013-08-27 16:22:05 UTC-07:0063.9 km

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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For some reason I started looking at all of this again the other night went back several months before this event found EQ activity like we've been seeing first in Aleutian trench/Kodiak area then Cape Yakutat 'the elbow' and Queen Charlotte Island
The Denali fault is an active intracontinental right-lateral strike-slip fault that accommodates a fraction of the oblique collision of the Yakutat block into the southern
Alaska margin. It is the northern boundary of a region being extruded to the west. The Totschunda fault splays off
the Denali fault and strikes 14° more to the southeast. The Totschunda fault is parallel to and aligned with the plate-bounding Queen Charlotte–Fairweather transform fault system
further south, and it may be part of a developing connection between the Fairweather and western Denali faults. The Alaska Range is adjacent to the Denali fault, and the high topography of the range may be related to thrust faults that merge into the Denali fault at depth.

That quake we just had is almost where the first 2002 quake hit. It's on the Susitna Glacier fault which converges with the Denali-Totschunda fault junction.
The Denali fault earthquake sequence began with the moment magnitude 6.7 Nenana Mountain earthquake on 23 October 2002. This event was followed by numerous aftershocks that ran a 45-km-long zone along the Denali fault. The aftershock zone stopped 10 km west of the 7.9 Denali-Totshunda Fault Earthquake on Nov 03, 2002 epicenter. The findings showed right-lateral strike-slip, consistent with rupture on the Denali fault.
The thing that really caught my attention is the areas effected by the S-waves and the areas that seismic activity was triggered are places we have seen activity in the last few weeks The Denali fault event triggered local earthquake activity at distances as far as 3660 km. Of seven documented instances of triggered seismicity, six are located in volcanic or geothermal activity areas: (1) the Katmai volcanic field in Alaska, (2) Mount Rainier in central Washington (3) Yellowstone caldera in Wyoming, (4) the Geysers geothermal field in northern California, (5) Long Valley caldera in east-central California, and (6) the Coso geothermal field in southeastern California. The other site is along the Wasatch fault zone, central Utah. The triggered seismicity developed rapid sequences of small local mag earthquakes ranging from several minutes in the case of Mount Rainier to days in the case of Yellowstone.
Yellowstone caldera, nearly in line with the rupture propagation direction, produced the most active response swarms continued for at least 10 days. The earthquakes covered the entire volcanic field and were accompanied by unusual variations in geothermal activity. Katmai is the only one of the many active Alaskan volcanoes that showed triggered seismicity. Veniaminof and Wrangell volcanoes showed decreases in seismicity beginning several days afterwards.
[link to www.aeic.alaska.edu]
[link to www.aeic.alaska.edu]

The 2002 M7.9 Denali Fault earthquake in Alaska caused a 2-foot water-level rise in a well in Wisconsin, more than a thousand miles from the epicenter.
The other type of ground-water response is a water-level oscillation, which occurs more often, but is less commonly recorded. In the few cases where oscillations have been recorded, they resemble long-period seismograms, known as hydroseismograms. A well in Grants Pass, Oregon, is instrumented to record water levels at 1-second intervals, and the record from the Denali Fault earthquake shows peak-to-peak seismic oscillations of more than 4 feet and a permanent offset of 0.4 feet
After the Denali Fault earthquake, many eyewitnesses throughout the contiguous United States reported water “sloshing” back and forth in lakes, bayous, ponds, and pools. Seiches lasted as long as half an hour, resulting in broken moorings in Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana(Seth Moran, U.S. Geological Survey, written commun., 2002)- boats reportedly sank in Assumption Parrish, Bayou Corne peopleofthekeys.com.

Beats me what pulled me back to all of this but now looking at it wondering... Right now we do not have LISS available in the event of a large quake, we are seeing increased activity in the above areas, if Alaska had another big quake what would that do to the current Bayou Corne sinkhole situation? Would Seiches cause the whole salt dome to collapse? IDK...something to ponder...just putting it out there.

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Not Good...
Wednesday August 28 2013, 02:54:41 UTC 18 minutes ago Kermadec Islands region 6.1 488.6 USGS Feed Detail

Wednesday August 28 2013, 03:01:26 UTC 20 minutes ago North Pacific Ocean 5.9 33.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail

[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]

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6.1 SOUTH OF ALEUTIAN ISLANDS 2013-08-28 03:02:06.8
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5.9
DateTime: 2013-08-27 22:01:26
Region: North Pacific Ocean
Depth: 33
Source: CSEM-EMSC Feed

Are these two the same thing??

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4.4 - CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
2013-08-28 03:21:56.6
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5.2 - NORWEGIAN SEA - 2013-08-28 03:10:08.4

4.4 - CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION - 2013-08-28

5.1 - JAMAICA REGION - 2013-08-28 03:11:03.9
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Thanks WA for keeping an eye on these quakes!

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There were so many not sure I kept them straight! lol hugs

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5.2 - NORWEGIAN SEA - 2013-08-28 03:10:08.4

4.4 - CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION - 2013-08-28

5.1 - JAMAICA REGION - 2013-08-28 03:11:03.9
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I think this is the above Jamaica region one
4.8
DateTime: 2013-08-27 22:17:50
Region: central Mid-Atlantic Ridge
Depth: 10
Source: USGS Feed

never mind, it isn't. Look at the times.

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5.0 Fiji Islands Region 2013.08.28 - 03:40:37.82
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6.1 SOUTH OF ALEUTIAN ISLANDS 2013-08-28 03:02:06.8
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5.9
DateTime: 2013-08-27 22:01:26
Region: North Pacific Ocean
Depth: 33
Source: CSEM-EMSC Feed

Are these two the same thing??
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No different days
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5.1 - HEILONGJIANG, CHINA - 2013-08-28 03:48:07.4

5.0 - NORTHERN ALASKA - 2013-08-28 03:49:02.2

4.5 - CASPIAN SEA, OFFSHR TURKMENISTAN - 2013-08-28 03:54:48.5
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6.1 SOUTH OF ALEUTIAN ISLANDS 2013-08-28 03:02:06.8
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5.9
DateTime: 2013-08-27 22:01:26
Region: North Pacific Ocean
Depth: 33
Source: CSEM-EMSC Feed

Are these two the same thing??
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No different days
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Goodness it got busy!
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Biological Hazard in USA on Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 at 03:23 (03:23 AM) UTC.
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The Ohio Department of Agriculture is testing samples taken from sick dogs treated at a Stark County animal clinic. Dr. Melanie Butera from the Elm Ridge Animal Hospital on Portage NW has treated three, possibly four dogs that may have been infected with a mysterious, undiagnosed disease. One dog died after Dr. Butera attempted to treat the animal. "I'm a tiny little practice, so for me to see possibly four cases in a short period of time really does have me worried," said Butera. After a similar outbreak of an unknown infection killed three dogs in Cincinnati a few weeks ago, the Ohio Department of Agriculture urged all pet owners to watch their dogs. In a statement, a spokesperson said: "Affected dogs suffered from severe bloody diarrhea and vomiting. Owners should observe their dogs and contact a veterinarian immediately if they show similar symptoms." "These dogs are sicker than sick; they're not just a little bit sick," said Dr. Butera. "They are just profoundly weak. I mean, they come in not even lifting their heads up off the floor or the table." Denielle Kidder has a 10-year-old mixed breed who battled back from a horrible infection a few weeks ago. The dog, Lexi, continues to undergo bandage changes after a small wound spread along her backside. "The small spot had grown and I assumed it had gotten infected and then the fur started falling off, so I called the vet and made an appointment," said Denielle. State officials are trying to determine if the cases are all connected and if they are, what is causing the health scare. They're now hoping samples taken from Dr. Butera's patients and sent to a lab will provide more information.
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Wow!
Environment Pollution in USA on Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 at 03:16 (03:16 AM) UTC.
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St. Lucie County commissioners give the go ahead to draft a state of emergency. All commissioners unanimously approved the move. It will be finalized and voted on next week, which will then open up funding for environmental and economic losses. The news comes the same day we've learned that nearly 100 percent of the 23 acres of state funded oyster beds are dead. 100 percent of the St. Lucie River in Stuart and Port St. Lucie is toxic. Releases from Lake Okeechobee are estimated to continue through 2014. All this is taking a toll on the tourism and boating industry, the environment, and even people's health. Bacteria levels are so high, you can't touch the water or risk an infection. Toxic algae so serious, it can cause liver damage. Tourism numbers on the west coast of Florida are just in, show 70 percent of the tourism industry is seeing a great economic hit. Fifty percent of hotel guests say they won't return because of the dirty water. Treasure Coast officials have not yet surveyed businesses to date, but the numbers won't be good. "The important thing is let's declare it a State of Emergency," said Mark Perry, Executive Director at Florida Oceanographic Society. "I mean this is not only an emergency environmentally, but economically for the people in the area for their livelihoods and health-wise. So there should be a state team that comes here from Department of Environmental Protection and the Governor's office, and everyone should be on this." A state Senate panel last week focused on possible solutions for now, like using cattle ranches and conservation lands to hold water, some of it is land currently flooded by Big Sugar.
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This is the third story I've posted about this phenomenon in the last 3 weeks. What's up with that?

Strange Lights are not UFO's Just Atmospheric Red Sprites
Is it a bird, is it a plane, is it a UFO? Strange lights in the sky are being closely watched by atmospheric scientists.

Dubbed red sprites by researchers, these dancing fairies-of-the-clouds are sometimes glimpsed as blood-red bursts of light in the shape of jellyfish.

At other times, they appear as trumpet-shaped blue emissions, called blue jets. Like the most elusive of nymphs, however, red sprites and blue jets come out on only one occasion: during severe thunderstorms.

Although sporadically reported for years by airline pilots, only in the past decade or two has there been enough evidence to convince atmospheric scientists to investigate the phenomenon.
[link to spaceref.com]
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I just uploaded some plasma discharge smilies as I think I am going to be needing them in the very near future.

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Big jump from 150, quake watch up a notch
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You hit that nail, right on the head Shad, good call!!
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6.1 SOUTH OF ALEUTIAN ISLANDS 2013-08-28 03:02:06.8
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5.9
DateTime: 2013-08-27 22:01:26
Region: North Pacific Ocean
Depth: 33
Source: CSEM-EMSC Feed

Are these two the same thing??
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No different days
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Goodness it got busy!
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I'm not finding these Alaskan quakes?
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This is the third story I've posted about this phenomenon in the last 3 weeks. What's up with that?

Strange Lights are not UFO's Just Atmospheric Red Sprites
Is it a bird, is it a plane, is it a UFO? Strange lights in the sky are being closely watched by atmospheric scientists.

Dubbed red sprites by researchers, these dancing fairies-of-the-clouds are sometimes glimpsed as blood-red bursts of light in the shape of jellyfish.

At other times, they appear as trumpet-shaped blue emissions, called blue jets. Like the most elusive of nymphs, however, red sprites and blue jets come out on only one occasion: during severe thunderstorms.

Although sporadically reported for years by airline pilots, only in the past decade or two has there been enough evidence to convince atmospheric scientists to investigate the phenomenon.
[link to spaceref.com]
 Quoting: AKObserver


I just uploaded some plasma discharge smilies as I think I am going to be needing them in the very near future.

hieroIheiro
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1rof1

We're lighting up tonight!
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Whoa!!!
Wednesday August 28 2013, 04:43:05 UTC 21 minutes ago Northern California 4.1 1.7 USGS Feed Detail
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RSOE has this listed as ongoing report with today's date.

update 7 28.08.2013 Biological Hazard USA MultiStates, [States of Virginia and New Jersey coastal region]

EDIS Number: BH-20130806-40392-USA
Event type: Biological Hazard
Date/Time: Tuesday, 06 August, 2013 at 09:06 (09:06 AM) UTC
Last update: ---
Cause of event:
Damage level: Unknown Damage level
Geographic information
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
County / State: MultiStates
Area: States of Virginia and New Jersey coastal region
City:
Coordinate: N 37� 35.049, W 76� 10.702

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Biohazard name: Mass. Die-off (dolphins)

Scientists are working to unravel why there has been a surge in the number of beached dolphins found along the eastern coast of the U.S.. A total of 44 bottlenose dolphins were found in July, washed up along the southern part of Chesapeake Bay in Virginia - around eight times as many as normal, according to the Virginia Aquarium Stranding Response Team. Researchers are struggling to work out the cause of the deaths, but suspect a virus is to blame, as a similarly morbid bout of dolphin deaths occurred in 1987 and were the result of a measles-like disease. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has asked stranding centres situated along the coastline to record the number of dead dolphins found in a bid to find a pattern in the spikes. Susan Barco, research coordinator for the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Centre, told The Virginian-Pilot : 'We've had a steady number coming in at the beginning of the summer, and starting last week, the numbers spiked...We're just trying to keep our head above water.' The states of Delaware and Maryland has also seen a rise in dolphin deaths and according to a report in The Press of Atlantic City, around 10 dead dolphins were found in a month - double that than usually recorded. Scientists in New Jersey have reportedly said necropsy results have indicated pneumonia might be to blame, but a spokesman for NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service admitted no-one knows what is causing the mysterious dolphin deaths but data is being collected.

More at link provided.
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Environment Pollution in USA on Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 at 03:16 (03:16 AM) UTC.
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St. Lucie County commissioners give the go ahead to draft a state of emergency. All commissioners unanimously approved the move. It will be finalized and voted on next week, which will then open up funding for environmental and economic losses. The news comes the same day we've learned that nearly 100 percent of the 23 acres of state funded oyster beds are dead. 100 percent of the St. Lucie River in Stuart and Port St. Lucie is toxic. Releases from Lake Okeechobee are estimated to continue through 2014. All this is taking a toll on the tourism and boating industry, the environment, and even people's health. Bacteria levels are so high, you can't touch the water or risk an infection. Toxic algae so serious, it can cause liver damage. Tourism numbers on the west coast of Florida are just in, show 70 percent of the tourism industry is seeing a great economic hit. Fifty percent of hotel guests say they won't return because of the dirty water. Treasure Coast officials have not yet surveyed businesses to date, but the numbers won't be good. "The important thing is let's declare it a State of Emergency," said Mark Perry, Executive Director at Florida Oceanographic Society. "I mean this is not only an emergency environmentally, but economically for the people in the area for their livelihoods and health-wise. So there should be a state team that comes here from Department of Environmental Protection and the Governor's office, and everyone should be on this." A state Senate panel last week focused on possible solutions for now, like using cattle ranches and conservation lands to hold water, some of it is land currently flooded by Big Sugar.
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The energy industry is and has been and will continue to destroy the traditional sources of income in florida- tourism ( nature, water), sea based harvesting. Agriculture and cattle have also been traditional sources.

It is a win win for them to destroy non energy industry sources of income. Unemployed ( and Florida has a very high unemployment rate) people and those whose livelihoods have been allowed to be destroyed through destruction of environment are more likely to tolerate or even welcome the ongoing rape in exchange for some income.

The last few years the destruction has really escalated. Decisions were made to allow oil drilling off coast. heavy polluting biomass and nuclear are welcomed in by govt. public petitioning and lobbying for referendums are denied. End runs are made around communities that want info or object to projects in their communities. PSC computer sites have suddenly gotten revamped during critical hearings and pertinent documents moved into inaccessible areas at times when public most wanted to view.

The Gulf states are done for as are the gulf, ocean, and aquifer/springs. Our water is pumped out by European interests, and the biomass project in south ga and north and central fla I have heard is funded from Europe by entities that hold huge tracts of land for growing pine trees for the plants.

Scrap wood gets stressed as fuel, but contract of local plant requires about 66% of fuel come from tree farmed wood. Biomass company site tells investors they have state approval to the state forest lands to manage for biomass production including chemical growth applications and herbiciding. St Lucie is the tip of the iceberg of what is actually in process.

Then there are the frequency miliary activities and heavy aerolsoling atmospheric activities. Last year or year before, millions of bees dropped dead at about the same time in Brevard county near melborne area. The weak reason given was it must have been a virus. only they died all at once, not over time.
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Hey Gomez you around?

If anyone has a good look at the moon tonight can you tell me if you see anything off on the lower right hand side by the dark shadow. I am seeing a second dark circular blotch which I have never seen before. I am a moon watcher in general, but my eyesight is not always the best so thought I just was seeing something due to the glare. I had my friend and adult daughter take a look and they are seeing it too. They both were a little freaked out and they are not GLPers or doomers in any way or form. I have some high powered military binoculars but can't find them. I guess they are still packed from the move. Very frustrating because I would like to get a closer look regardless if it is normal or not.
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Hi V, I was on my way to bed and remembered your post, got the binoculars and looked, had to come back in to post this. It looks to me like there is an almost full disk (waning) penumbra (shadow) over the moon. The outer rim is brighter, inner portion...shadowed, like something is eclipsing it slightly, I'm not sure if its earth's shadow being cast on the moon or not as it does seem the earth is between the moon and sun. Anyway, there's my report from the field, lol.
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Hey Gomez you around?

If anyone has a good look at the moon tonight can you tell me if you see anything off on the lower right hand side by the dark shadow. I am seeing a second dark circular blotch which I have never seen before. I am a moon watcher in general, but my eyesight is not always the best so thought I just was seeing something due to the glare. I had my friend and adult daughter take a look and they are seeing it too. They both were a little freaked out and they are not GLPers or doomers in any way or form. I have some high powered military binoculars but can't find them. I guess they are still packed from the move. Very frustrating because I would like to get a closer look regardless if it is normal or not.
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Hi V, I was on my way to bed and remembered your post, got the binoculars and looked, had to come back in to post this. It looks to me like there is an almost full disk (waning) penumbra (shadow) over the moon. The outer rim is brighter, inner portion...shadowed, like something is eclipsing it slightly, I'm not sure if its earth's shadow being cast on the moon or not as it does seem the earth is between the moon and sun. Anyway, there's my report from the field, lol.
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Thank you Isis One for the post. My daughter was out just a little while ago with the dogs before going to bed and she called me out to look. It was still there, but a little clearer tonight. We laughed because to us it looked like someone took some clippers and just snipped a little piece or notch off the end of the corner. Not much, but enough to be noticed. I do realize the moon is waning but there is not a smooth edge to it at the bottom right corner. Again, it may be normal, we have just never seen it like that before. The shadow edge had always been clear and defined and not notched at the corner. Anyway, I would be interested in finding out why this happens. Guess I will do some research. :)
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hi No help on the moon pouring here again :(
Scientists to Announce 'Major Result' from Star Study Wednesday

'Astronomers working with the Very Large Telescope in Chile plan to announce a "major result" Wednesday (Aug. 28).

The finding relates to research on medium-size stars, scientists said. The results will "shed light on a long-standing mystery about stars like our own sun," according to a statement by the European Southern Observatory...'
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This is bizarre looking!

Old AR-11823 had just turned to the western limb producing a light bulb shaped CME at Aug 27th, 15:59 UT
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Black Death returns: 1 dead in Kyrgyzstan, 3 ill, 131 quarantined – fear rampant:
August 28, 2013 – KYRGYZSTAN – Health officials fear an outbreak of bubonic plague in central Asia after a teenage boy died from the disease and three more were admitted to hospital in Kyrgyzstan. Temirbek Isakunov, a 15-year-old from a mountain village near the border with Kazakhstan, reportedly died from the disease last week after eating an infected barbecued marmot. Kyrgyzstan’s emergency ministry said a young woman and two children from a different village who came into contact with Isakunov were hospitalized on Tuesday with the high fever and swelling around the neck and armpits characteristic of bubonic plague, local news outlets reported. A total of 131 people, including 33 medical personnel, have been quarantined, although none of them have yet exhibited symptoms of the disease, the newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda in Kyrgyzstan reported. The health ministry continues to find and quarantine people who came into contact with the teenager, according to its director. Kazakhstan has stepped up its border control with Kyrgyzstan and is operating quarantine points in light of the possible outbreak, the news agency Tengrinews reported. The Kazakh health ministry is searching out people who might have come into contact with the dead teenager, and is also determining where animal carriers of the disease might be moving between the two countries, according to a ministry official. The bacteria that cause bubonic plague are typically transmitted from rodents to humans via flea bites but can also be contracted through direct contact with infected tissue. Some local authorities in Russia have also grown wary over the incident, since citizens of Kyrgyzstan do not need a visa to enter the country and, according to the newspaper Izvestiya, more than 500,000 Kyrgyz work in Russia. According to TV news report in Yekaterinburg, Russia’s fourth largest city, checkpoints in the airport there are inspecting all those arriving from countries with a high bubonic plague risk. A Russian public health official said cases of bubonic plague were registered in Kazakhstan every year, and the disease existed naturally in parts of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Russia, Izvestiya reported. –Guardian
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