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Emergency declared at U.S. nuclear plant due to fire in turbine building — Two ‘reflash events’ occurred — Fire emergency lasted over four hours #PaloVerde
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wow, think they are pissed?



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Also, don't know if it means squat but on Sept 5, 2012 there was a 7.6 in Costa Rica

7.6 Costa Rica 2012-09-05 08:42:07 UTC-06:00 35.0 km
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Now that in my opinion is just weird! On same day a year later a 6.0!!!
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hi morning All!
Started on my adventure this AM got 70 miles from home and radiator hose blew! Anyway...it's been an adventure so I'm back home waiting for the car report :(
Saw this and other locals at it again today
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much love hf
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Scientists Confirm Existence of Largest Single Volcano On Earth
Sep. 5, 2013 — A University of Houston (UH) professor led a team of scientists to uncover the largest single volcano yet documented on Earth. Covering an area roughly equivalent to the British Isles or the state of New Mexico, this volcano, dubbed the Tamu Massif, is nearly as big as the giant volcanoes of Mars, placing it among the largest in the Solar System.

William Sager, a professor in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at UH, first began studying the volcano about 20 years ago at Texas A&M's College of Geosciences. Sager and his team's findings appear in the Sept. 8 issue of Nature Geoscience, the monthly multi-disciplinary journal reflecting disciplines within the geosciences.
Located about 1,000 miles east of Japan, Tamu Massif is the largest feature of Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range formed 130 to 145 million years ago by the eruption of several underwater volcanoes. Until now, it was unclear whether Tamu Massif was a single volcano, or a composite of many eruption points. By integrating several sources of evidence, including core samples and data collected on board the JOIDES Resolution research ship, the authors have confirmed that the mass of basalt that constitutes Tamu Massif did indeed erupt from a single source near the center.
"Tamu Massif is the biggest single shield volcano ever discovered on Earth," Sager said. "There may be larger volcanoes, because there are bigger igneous features out there such as the Ontong Java Plateau, but we don't know if these features are one volcano or complexes of volcanoes.
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Bonjour the family,f,o.g je n.ai pas beucoup de temps car il me semble qu.il s.amenuise rapidement ..
préparatifs non fini mais en acceleration.
Bons bisoux a tous!
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Bonjour the family,f,o.g je n.ai pas beucoup de temps car il me semble qu.il s.amenuise rapidement ..
préparatifs non fini mais en acceleration.
Bons bisoux a tous!
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Hello the family, fog I have not had a lot of time because it seems that it's rapidly disappearing ..
unfinished but acceleration preparations.
Kisses to all good!


hi Suzie







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Seems we have calmed down for the moment thank goodness...watching Japan

ALASKA VOLCANO OBSERVATORY DAILY UPDATE
Thursday, September 5, 2013 11:25 AM AKDT (Thursday, September 5, 2013 19:25 UTC)


VENIAMINOF VOLCANO (CAVW #1102-07-)
56°11'52" N 159°23'35" W, Summit Elevation 8225 ft (2507 m)
Current Volcano Alert Level: WATCH
Current Aviation Color Code: ORANGE

Continuous seismic tremor continues. The level of seismicity is lower than observed August 30 to September 2. Low-level ash emission from the active intracaldera cone is likely occurring, though the view from the FAA webcam in Perryville is obscured by clouds today. Elevated surface temperatures have been detected over the past 24 hours in satellite images, consistent with lava effusion.

Ash fall from current activity is not expected to be significant and likely will be less than 1/16 inch, although areas within a few miles of the active cone could receive thicker amounts of ash fall. Information about volcanic ash and its potential effects can be found on the AVO web page (www.avo.alaska.edu).
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Have been having ear hissing, waves of nausea and swear i've felt 'rolling movement' since I got home. Strong sense I wasn't supposed to be heading North...

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NASA’s Deep Impact spacecraft is spinning out of control
NASA’s Deep Impact spacecraft is in deep trouble. The craft, famous for blasting a projectile into the Comet Tempel 1 in 2005, lost contact with Earth sometime between 11 August and 14 August. Recent commands to put the craft in hibernation, or safe mode, were unsuccessful and Deep Impact is now spinning out of control, says principal investigator Michael A’Hearn of the University of Maryland in College Park. The mission was renamed Epoxi when it was extended to observe comets and stars with transiting exoplanets.

Engineers have traced the problem to a software communications glitch that reset the craft’s computer. They are now working on commands that could bring Deep Impact back in operation. They may try to communicate with the spacecraft this weekend, but the team first has to figure out its most likely orientation and whether to broadcast signals to the vehicle’s high-gain or low-gain antenna.

Mission scientists are racing against the clock because the craft’s batteries rely on power provided by Deep Impact’s solar panels. If the panels on the wayward craft happen to be pointing in a direction where they receive partial sunlight, the batteries could last for a few months. But if the panels are pointed away from the Sun, the batteries would die in just a few days. Once the batteries are gone, Deep Impact can no longer be revived, A’Hearn says.

One casualty of the mishap is that scientists have not received any of the expected image the craft was scheduled to take in August of Comet ISON, the icy space rock that could make a spectacle in the inner Solar System this fall before diving into the Sun, A’Hearn says.
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2.8
DateTime: 2013-09-05 16:57:06
Region: Arkansas
Depth: 4
Source: USGS Feed

4.8
Kentucky
2013.09.05-21:56:59.28 UTC
Hypocenter: lat: 37.92° lon: -86.70° depth: 26km
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Thursday September 5 2013, 21:21:49 UTC 67 minutes ago Southwestern Ryukyu Isl., Japan 4.9 30.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail
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New science proves turmeric does what chemotherapy can’t: Kill multiple myeloma cells
In a laboratory, preclinical study recently published by the journal Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center researchers combined structural features from anti-nausea drug thalidomide with common kitchen spice turmeric to create hybrid molecules that effectively kill multiple myeloma cells.

Thalidomide was first introduced in the 1950s as an anti-nausea medication to help control morning sickness, but was later taken off the shelves in 1962 because it was found to cause birth defects. In the late 1990's the drug was re-introduced as a stand-alone or combination treatment for multiple myeloma. Turmeric, an ancient spice grown in India and other tropical regions of Asia, has a long history of use in herbal remedies and has recently been studied as a means to prevent and treat cancer, arthritis and Alzheimer's disease. According to the American Cancer Society, laboratory studies have shown that curcumin, an active ingredient in turmeric, interferes with several important molecular pathways and inhibits the formation of cancer-causing enzymes in rodents.

"Although thalidomide disturbs the microenvironment of tumor cells in bone marrow, it disintegrates in the body. Curcumin, also active against cancers, is limited by its poor water solubility. But the combination of thalidomide and curcumin in the hybrid molecules enhances both the cytotoxicity and solubility," says the study's lead researcher Shijun Zhang, assistant professor in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry at the VCU School of Pharmacy.
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So cool saw this last night Wow!
Mystery in the Amazon: Miniature white towers surrounded by 'picket fences' on trees leave scientists totally baffled
Structure found by Troy Alexander, a graduate student at Georgia Tech
The first of the structures was spotted just months ago on June 7
But to date no-one has been able to say definitely what they are
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NASA’s Deep Impact spacecraft is spinning out of control
NASA’s Deep Impact spacecraft is in deep trouble. The craft, famous for blasting a projectile into the Comet Tempel 1 in 2005, lost contact with Earth sometime between 11 August and 14 August. Recent commands to put the craft in hibernation, or safe mode, were unsuccessful and Deep Impact is now spinning out of control, says principal investigator Michael A’Hearn of the University of Maryland in College Park. The mission was renamed Epoxi when it was extended to observe comets and stars with transiting exoplanets.

Engineers have traced the problem to a software communications glitch that reset the craft’s computer. They are now working on commands that could bring Deep Impact back in operation. They may try to communicate with the spacecraft this weekend, but the team first has to figure out its most likely orientation and whether to broadcast signals to the vehicle’s high-gain or low-gain antenna.

Mission scientists are racing against the clock because the craft’s batteries rely on power provided by Deep Impact’s solar panels. If the panels on the wayward craft happen to be pointing in a direction where they receive partial sunlight, the batteries could last for a few months. But if the panels are pointed away from the Sun, the batteries would die in just a few days. Once the batteries are gone, Deep Impact can no longer be revived, A’Hearn says.

One casualty of the mishap is that scientists have not received any of the expected image the craft was scheduled to take in August of Comet ISON, the icy space rock that could make a spectacle in the inner Solar System this fall before diving into the Sun, A’Hearn says.
[link to blogs.nature.com]
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Well...Hmmmm....weren't we supposed to be getting ISON pics from that craft?
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So cool saw this last night Wow!
Mystery in the Amazon: Miniature white towers surrounded by 'picket fences' on trees leave scientists totally baffled
Structure found by Troy Alexander, a graduate student at Georgia Tech
The first of the structures was spotted just months ago on June 7
But to date no-one has been able to say definitely what they are
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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That is totally amazing!!!!!!!!!
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NASA’s Deep Impact spacecraft is spinning out of control
NASA’s Deep Impact spacecraft is in deep trouble. The craft, famous for blasting a projectile into the Comet Tempel 1 in 2005, lost contact with Earth sometime between 11 August and 14 August. Recent commands to put the craft in hibernation, or safe mode, were unsuccessful and Deep Impact is now spinning out of control, says principal investigator Michael A’Hearn of the University of Maryland in College Park. The mission was renamed Epoxi when it was extended to observe comets and stars with transiting exoplanets.

Engineers have traced the problem to a software communications glitch that reset the craft’s computer. They are now working on commands that could bring Deep Impact back in operation. They may try to communicate with the spacecraft this weekend, but the team first has to figure out its most likely orientation and whether to broadcast signals to the vehicle’s high-gain or low-gain antenna.

Mission scientists are racing against the clock because the craft’s batteries rely on power provided by Deep Impact’s solar panels. If the panels on the wayward craft happen to be pointing in a direction where they receive partial sunlight, the batteries could last for a few months. But if the panels are pointed away from the Sun, the batteries would die in just a few days. Once the batteries are gone, Deep Impact can no longer be revived, A’Hearn says.

One casualty of the mishap is that scientists have not received any of the expected image the craft was scheduled to take in August of Comet ISON, the icy space rock that could make a spectacle in the inner Solar System this fall before diving into the Sun, A’Hearn says.
[link to blogs.nature.com]
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Well...Hmmmm....weren't we supposed to be getting ISON pics from that craft?
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Yeah...were'
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2.8
DateTime: 2013-09-05 16:57:06
Region: Arkansas
Depth: 4
Source: USGS Feed

4.8
Kentucky
2013.09.05-21:56:59.28 UTC
Hypocenter: lat: 37.92° lon: -86.70° depth: 26km
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Wow! That is about an hour west of me... didn't feel a thing. Had we been at our cabin though, it would have been nearly below our feet! Too hot for the cabin right now...

Much love to y'all!

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12.9241 -86.8255 5.0 mb 200 23:55:00 September 5th, 2013 UTC Nicaragua, Central America
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2.8
DateTime: 2013-09-05 16:57:06
Region: Arkansas
Depth: 4
Source: USGS Feed

4.8
Kentucky
2013.09.05-21:56:59.28 UTC
Hypocenter: lat: 37.92° lon: -86.70° depth: 26km
[link to cnt.rm.ingv.it]
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Fracking gone mad
“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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Magnitude 2.3
Country: Canada
Place: Sioux Lookout, ON
Date/Time (UTC): 2013-09-04 19:41:07

Magnitude 1.9
Country: Canada
Place: Collingwood, ON. Felt
Date/Time (UTC): 2013-09-05 02:47:38

Strange places..fracking too ????

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Open mind required !

I am in SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO, CANADA
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Turbulence ahead: Interstellar wind changes direction, blows faster
Shift in interstellar wind reveals our changing galactic environment.

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Weird would be an understatement but here goes......I'm sitting on my patio, smoking & reading GLP, seeing occasional lightning strikes, off in the distance when a huge, single, fast, flash(like someone took a pic with an old Polaroid camera) lit up the sky. Not strange but about 5 seconds later the thunder starts & it had a weird, tinny, metallic quality to it, like it happened in a metal shed or something. Very strange indeed.
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Lighting up in my neighborhood now...
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Weird would be an understatement but here goes......I'm sitting on my patio, smoking & reading GLP, seeing occasional lightning strikes, off in the distance when a huge, single, fast, flash(like someone took a pic with an old Polaroid camera) lit up the sky. Not strange but about 5 seconds later the thunder starts & it had a weird, tinny, metallic quality to it, like it happened in a metal shed or something. Very strange indeed.
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lots of thoughts come to mind
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New Hampshire hospital contacts 8 patients who may have been exposed to deadly, rare brain disease


Officials believe the extremely rare disease caused the August death of a patient who had brain surgery at the hospital in May, and they say there's a remote chance it was transmitted to other brain surgery patients because the abnormal proteins that cause the disease can survive standard sterilization practices.


In addition to the eight Catholic Medical Center patients, up to five more in other states also may have been exposed because some of the surgical instruments were rented and passed on to other hospitals.

[link to www.foxnews.com]



damned
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New Hampshire hospital contacts 8 patients who may have been exposed to deadly, rare brain disease


Officials believe the extremely rare disease caused the August death of a patient who had brain surgery at the hospital in May, and they say there's a remote chance it was transmitted to other brain surgery patients because the abnormal proteins that cause the disease can survive standard sterilization practices.


In addition to the eight Catholic Medical Center patients, up to five more in other states also may have been exposed because some of the surgical instruments were rented and passed on to other hospitals.

[link to www.foxnews.com]



damned
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That's some truly scary s---! Don't get sick whatever you do...

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Karangetang volcano (Siau Island, Indonesia): incandescent lava at summit, alert raised:
September 5, 2013..
A new eruption could be underway at the volcano. VSI raised the alert to 3 (Siaga, alert) on a scale of 1-4, following the observation of incandescent lava at the summit and glowing rockfalls on the eastern side into the Batuawang ravine. Strong degassing generates a plume rising up to 500 m. Satellite images show a hotspot at the summit as well. These observations suggest that new magma has been arriving at the summit where mild strombolian activity is taking place. If this activity increases, the occurrence of dangerous pyroclastic flows is a likely scenario, similar to what happened at Fuego volcano in Guatemala a few days ago. All news about: Karangetang volcano. –Volcano Discovery
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Seems like every night I've signed on for weeks now, there is report of one or more additional volcanic eruptions/trembling. Whats the history of this type event. Has this ever happened before?
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Man these days are getting crazy all over, soooo much going on. Stay safe and focused with no fear, much love guys and gals!
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