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HI Dettro!

Any ideas on that?

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To tell you the truth no MaMa,I dont know what's it is. In these last few days the Sun has been weird. if you watch this GIF Image from (C2) on 2013/04/07 [link to spaceweather.gmu.edu] starting on from 32 you can see something coming out the Sun.It comes out small and it looks like its expanding as it gets away from the Sun. Also there was something similar to this that happen on 2013/04/10 [link to spaceweather.gmu.edu] You can also see it here in this YouTube Video
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Off to read a post apocalyptic novel and relax for awhile. Will check in from time to time on the sun...just got a feeling
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What are you reading Angel? Had to laugh out loud when I read that you were relaxing with PA novel, oh yeah - you are a full out GLPer! :-)

I'm confused about Sol action tonight, was there a second flare after 4 today?
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I loved disaster movies in the 70's and then started reading disaster books. Next thing you know, there is a whole genre of books just for ME. lol

Looks like there have been four more C-flares.
[link to www.lmsal.com]
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Edit: Forgot to mention the book "The Last Boy On Earth", just started it so don't know if it is any good yet or not.

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hi
Hey!
Look at this! Doesn't it look like a planet (or some round object) emerging from behind?
[link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

Wonder if it's related to this message from around the same time?
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while the agency conducts a review of the site's content to ensure...that is subject to U.S. export control laws"

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Hi hi AKO and F.O.G team hf Good catch!!
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HI Dettro!

Any ideas on that?

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I think it is just a plasma ball, or a gas ball. there was one a while back that looked like a sphere and people were saying it was a space ship. Nothing could get that close to the sun. Later it was shown to be just a gas bubble (for a lack of the correct term), those the reason for the round shape.
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hi
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Look at this! Doesn't it look like a planet (or some round object) emerging from behind?
[link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

Wonder if it's related to this message from around the same time?
"NASA technical reports server will be unavailable for public access
while the agency conducts a review of the site's content to ensure...that is subject to U.S. export control laws"

[link to naca.larc.nasa.gov]
The NASA technical reports server will be unavailable for public access
while the agency conducts a review of the site's content to ensure that it
does not contain technical information that is subject to U.S. export control laws
and regulations and that the appropriate reviews were performed.
The site will return to service when the review is complete.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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Hi hi AKO and F.O.G team hf Good catch!!
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hi so nice to see you thank you for saving thathugs. Trying to figure out what that is and of course the above...
Then there was the post I put on here yesterday about the asteroid team and all the billions being allocated for that? Kinda makes you wonder...along with the scientist that got hit by a bus and the other who 'fell' down a flight of stairs? Makes my mind come up with great movie scripts lol.
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Biggest solar flare of the year knocks out radio transmissions
NASA on alert for more after-effects of geomagnetic storm to satellites and spacecraft.


Early this morning the sun erupted, sending billions of solar particles into space at over 600 miles per second, raising the prospect of solar radiation storms above the Earth, according to NASA. A spokesman said the resulting emissions sparked a short-lived radio communications blackout on Earth. The radio disruption has since subsided. The appearance of the strongest solar storm of 2013 is part of an increasingly common sight as astronomers say this is connected to the sun's 11-year activity cycle. More intense solar eruptions are expected later in the year.

[link to news.cnet.com]
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I was thinking I saw that already today I posted it page before LOL
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Biggest solar flare of the year knocks out radio transmissions
NASA on alert for more after-effects of geomagnetic storm to satellites and spacecraft.


Early this morning the sun erupted, sending billions of solar particles into space at over 600 miles per second, raising the prospect of solar radiation storms above the Earth, according to NASA. A spokesman said the resulting emissions sparked a short-lived radio communications blackout on Earth. The radio disruption has since subsided. The appearance of the strongest solar storm of 2013 is part of an increasingly common sight as astronomers say this is connected to the sun's 11-year activity cycle. More intense solar eruptions are expected later in the year.

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I was thinking I saw that already today I posted it page before LOL
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lol hugs We all do it
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hi
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Look at this! Doesn't it look like a planet (or some round object) emerging from behind?
[link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

Wonder if it's related to this message from around the same time?
"NASA technical reports server will be unavailable for public access
while the agency conducts a review of the site's content to ensure...that is subject to U.S. export control laws"

[link to naca.larc.nasa.gov]
The NASA technical reports server will be unavailable for public access
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does not contain technical information that is subject to U.S. export control laws
and regulations and that the appropriate reviews were performed.
The site will return to service when the review is complete.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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Hi hi AKO and F.O.G team hf Good catch!!
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HI Dettro!

Any ideas on that?

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I think it is just a plasma ball, or a gas ball. there was one a while back that looked like a sphere and people were saying it was a space ship. Nothing could get that close to the sun. Later it was shown to be just a gas bubble (for a lack of the correct term), those the reason for the round shape.
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I understand what your saying WA. My problem is that when I went back to look at the newest data, it jumps from 02:48 to 05:12!!! Why is there data missing??? It would quell much of the conspiracy if they would stop deleting or altering data when something appears off. Seriously, this is getting old. huffy
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Hi hi AKO and F.O.G team hf Good catch!!
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HI Dettro!

Any ideas on that?

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I think it is just a plasma ball, or a gas ball. there was one a while back that looked like a sphere and people were saying it was a space ship. Nothing could get that close to the sun. Later it was shown to be just a gas bubble (for a lack of the correct term), those the reason for the round shape.
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I understand what your saying WA. My problem is that when I went back to look at the newest data, it jumps from 02:48 to 05:12!!! Why is there data missing??? It would quell much of the conspiracy if they would stop deleting or altering data when something appears off. Seriously, this is getting old. huffy
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I am unable to get the links, but I did get this message;

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Good Morning FOG,

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Whoa.... That's worth a screenshot before it may get gone!!!
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I got it ,MAMA hf!!

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Another magnetic sphere, seems the suns giving birth to triplets this week. something I've only seen once in years I've now seen 3 times this week!

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Hi hi AKO and F.O.G team hf Good catch!!
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HI Dettro!

Any ideas on that?

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I think it is just a plasma ball, or a gas ball. there was one a while back that looked like a sphere and people were saying it was a space ship. Nothing could get that close to the sun. Later it was shown to be just a gas bubble (for a lack of the correct term), those the reason for the round shape.
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I understand what your saying WA. My problem is that when I went back to look at the newest data, it jumps from 02:48 to 05:12!!! Why is there data missing??? It would quell much of the conspiracy if they would stop deleting or altering data when something appears off. Seriously, this is getting old. huffy
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Oh I totally agree about missing data and then with statements about them needing to "review data" before the public can see it just makes it that much worse. That is when you know they are messing around with things.

IsisOne posted this video of the event over on Ninz that shows full event
[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

This one stops as sphere is forming:
[link to helioviewer.org]

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HI Dettro!

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To tell you the truth no MaMa,I dont know what's it is. In these last few days the Sun has been weird. if you watch this GIF Image from (C2) on 2013/04/07 [link to spaceweather.gmu.edu] starting on from 32 you can see something coming out the Sun.It comes out small and it looks like its expanding as it gets away from the Sun. Also there was something similar to this that happen on 2013/04/10 [link to spaceweather.gmu.edu] You can also see it here in this YouTube Video
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Thats right!!! I remember Shad pointing that out! I totally forgot about that! Yes, some very weird behavior!
Thank you for you reply!

Have a good day!!

hf
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To tell you the truth no MaMa,I dont know what's it is. In these last few days the Sun has been weird. if you watch this GIF Image from (C2) on 2013/04/07 [link to spaceweather.gmu.edu] starting on from 32 you can see something coming out the Sun.It comes out small and it looks like its expanding as it gets away from the Sun. Also there was something similar to this that happen on 2013/04/10 [link to spaceweather.gmu.edu] You can also see it here in this YouTube Video
 Quoting: Dettro


Thats right!!! I remember Shad pointing that out! I totally forgot about that! Yes, some very weird behavior!
Thank you for you reply!

Have a good day!!

hf
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Just an update to the previous...

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Did you watch the videos on it Mama? It explodes earlier this morning yet doesn't show up on GOES?
[link to www.solarham.net]

Also go to this site [link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

type in the start date of 20130405 end date 20130412
click - movie
click - LASCO C2
Then search.

What is that "jet"? Over on Ninz, puzzling.
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Did you watch the videos on it Mama? It explodes earlier this morning yet doesn't show up on GOES?
[link to www.solarham.net]

Also go to this site [link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

type in the start date of 20130405 end date 20130412
click - movie
click - LASCO C2
Then search.

What is that "jet"? Over on Ninz, puzzling.
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Yes, that is crazy!


Just to let you know WA, I thought of you the other day! I picked up gum and candy at Sams for my preps! Do you think Oreos will last in a mylar? LOL

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Did you watch the videos on it Mama? It explodes earlier this morning yet doesn't show up on GOES?
[link to www.solarham.net]

Also go to this site [link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

type in the start date of 20130405 end date 20130412
click - movie
click - LASCO C2
Then search.

What is that "jet"? Over on Ninz, puzzling.
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Yes, that is crazy!


Just to let you know WA, I thought of you the other day! I picked up gum and candy at Sams for my preps! Do you think Oreos will last in a mylar? LOL

hf
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Oreos...now that is funny!!!!! But, in mylar, heck, so many preservatives they might just be fine, lol

Oh, and Hugh answered the puzzle to the above "jet". It is a Helmet Streamer. Never seen it or heard of it before.

Helmet streamers are large cap-like coronal structures with long pointed peaks that usually overlie sunspots and active regions. We often find a prominence or filament lying at the base of these structures. Helmet streamers are formed by a network of magnetic loops that connect the sunspots in active regions and help suspend the prominence material above the solar surface. The closed magnetic field lines trap the electrically charged coronal gases to form these relatively dense structures. The pointed peaks are formed by the action of the solar wind blowing away from the Sun in the spaces between the streamers.
[link to solarscience.msfc.nasa.gov]
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Just thought about it, the oils in the Oreos would probably break down. When I learned LTS, first thing I had drilled in my head, store items that only have one or two ingredients. Never use oxygen absorbers with salt, sugar, baking soda (these 3 last forever without any protection other than a bottle to keep dry and bugs out), seeds you want to plant or sprout - as in wheat - taking out the oxygen kills the seed. So I put aside some wheat for sprouting/planting that doesn't have O2A's, after all, they have found viable wheat seeds in Egyptian tombs that are 2,000-3,000 years old.

Baking powder does NOT last forever. To make your own baking powder store the two ingredients which both have indefinite shelf life. Baking Soda and Cream of Tartar

1 teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoons cream of tartar
1 teaspoon corn starch (optional)

Mix the baking soda and cream of tartar together until well combined. Use immediately.

Yield: One tablespoon of baking powder.

To store baking powder: Add a teaspoon of corn starch to the mixture, and stir. This will absorb any moisture from the air, and prevent the baking powder from reacting before you need it. Store in an air-tight container. Should be used within a month or so.

Most baking powder has aluminum in it, this is what makes it last longer, it is also poison to you, so buy it without aluminum or make your own. I use Rumford brand which is aluminum free and had a best buy 18 months from when I bought it.

Hint on how to know your baking powder is old: what made will start to have a bitter taste to it, as if you used 3x's as much bp than you should have. I couldn't figure out why a recipe for banana bread that I had been making for decades suddenly started tasting bad. I halved the BP, I even changed recipes, yuck. Then I made biscuits that I had been making for years and yuck! Looked at my BP....blush, the stuff had expired 3 years earlier! Looked it up and sure enough, this is a sign your BP is old. Duh!

Now I buy my BP in smaller cans unless I have major baking to do! My LTS includes lots of Cream of Tartar, Baking Soda and Corn Starch.
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It's raining spiders - to the tune of It's Raining Men

A spider colony falling from the sky is one eerie sight, especially if you are afraid of the eight-legged creatures. According to Digital Spy on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, Eric Reis filmed this footage of thousands of spiders, that are seemingly floating in mid-air, as he was leaving a friend’s engagement party in Brazil.
[link to vineoflife.net]


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It's raining spiders - to the tune of It's Raining Men

A spider colony falling from the sky is one eerie sight, especially if you are afraid of the eight-legged creatures. According to Digital Spy on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, Eric Reis filmed this footage of thousands of spiders, that are seemingly floating in mid-air, as he was leaving a friend’s engagement party in Brazil.
[link to vineoflife.net]


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hi Morning All!
Ewwwwww....Is all I can say I have Arachnophobia so bad I'd be leaving Brazil! Can't even watch the whole video.Makes my skin crawl.

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It's raining spiders - to the tune of It's Raining Men

A spider colony falling from the sky is one eerie sight, especially if you are afraid of the eight-legged creatures. According to Digital Spy on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, Eric Reis filmed this footage of thousands of spiders, that are seemingly floating in mid-air, as he was leaving a friend’s engagement party in Brazil.
[link to vineoflife.net]


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hi Morning All!
Ewwwwww....Is all I can say I have Arachnophobia so bad I'd be leaving Brazil! Can't even watch the whole video.Makes my skin crawl.
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I know totally what you mean!! Tiny ones I can deal with, the big ones, I just freak all the way.
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Just thought about it, the oils in the Oreos would probably break down. When I learned LTS, first thing I had drilled in my head, store items that only have one or two ingredients. Never use oxygen absorbers with salt, sugar, baking soda (these 3 last forever without any protection other than a bottle to keep dry and bugs out), seeds you want to plant or sprout - as in wheat - taking out the oxygen kills the seed. So I put aside some wheat for sprouting/planting that doesn't have O2A's, after all, they have found viable wheat seeds in Egyptian tombs that are 2,000-3,000 years old.

Baking powder does NOT last forever. To make your own baking powder store the two ingredients which both have indefinite shelf life. Baking Soda and Cream of Tartar

1 teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoons cream of tartar
1 teaspoon corn starch (optional)

Mix the baking soda and cream of tartar together until well combined. Use immediately.

Yield: One tablespoon of baking powder.

To store baking powder: Add a teaspoon of corn starch to the mixture, and stir. This will absorb any moisture from the air, and prevent the baking powder from reacting before you need it. Store in an air-tight container. Should be used within a month or so.

Most baking powder has aluminum in it, this is what makes it last longer, it is also poison to you, so buy it without aluminum or make your own. I use Rumford brand which is aluminum free and had a best buy 18 months from when I bought it.

Hint on how to know your baking powder is old: what made will start to have a bitter taste to it, as if you used 3x's as much bp than you should have. I couldn't figure out why a recipe for banana bread that I had been making for decades suddenly started tasting bad. I halved the BP, I even changed recipes, yuck. Then I made biscuits that I had been making for years and yuck! Looked at my BP....blush, the stuff had expired 3 years earlier! Looked it up and sure enough, this is a sign your BP is old. Duh!

Now I buy my BP in smaller cans unless I have major baking to do! My LTS includes lots of Cream of Tartar, Baking Soda and Corn Starch.
 Quoting: whiteangel


Thank you for that wealth of knowledge! Ive got to go back and think what we put absorbers in. The 1 -2 indgredient makes sense. Powdered Milk safe you think with absorbers?
Guess no oreos.....LOL
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Found this late last night
it was a Wow moment This is just a snip-it great study if you have a few
Follows our synchronicity theory

A COSMIC PULSE? Does the Universe have a Heart Beat?
[UPDATE] I PUBLISHED THIS ARTICLE JUST HOURS BEFORE THE MASSIVE JAPANESE EARTHQUAKE. YES IT TOO CONCURRED WITH A HYPER-DAY.
The continuing confirmation of my Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Day and mega-phenomena correlation hypothesis has emboldened me to consider issuing announcements of upcoming Hyper-Day Windows. For those not familiar with my work on Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days a quick brief follows.
While tracking the Tzolkin Cycle I discovered that certain days seemed to buzz with an extra intensity. People seemed more to be more on edge and the overall activity of the day was marked by hyper-activity of sorts—hence the term Hyper-Day.
My understanding of Tzolkin cosmology had led me to conclude that the Tzolkin cycle was the mark of a very deep ordering (subtatomic) and cyclical property of the cosmos.

Hyper-Day Characteristics and Effects
The following terms are apt descriptors of hyper-day events, effects and moods.
Activating
Boil over
Agitating
Tipping Point
Breaking Point
Catalyzing
Hyper-Active
Erupts
Exceptional
Intense
Explosive
Frenetic
Some of you may even feel the Hyper-Day effect on your body and mind. You may feel especially energetic, agitated, have a difficult time falling asleep or wake up sooner than normal. If you have small children you will see them extra active and more easily agitated. People are more likely to “act out” or “lose it” on hyper-days.
The same goes for animals. In fact a soon to be released study will show that animal attacks are more common on HD’s. Health issues such as headaches and migraines may flare up. Electrical equipment/systems are more apt to fail or malfunction especially if they are already on the brink. Computers may run slower and cell phone reception will fluctuate more widely.
There are other Tzolkin cycle days when one may feel and note similar perceptions and sensations. But one must track the Tzolkin cycle over enough time to determine the exact correlations.
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Yes, for your powdered milk, even flour will last for 5-10 years in mylar and O2A's. I consider already ground grain to be mid-term storage 3-10 years.
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Asteroid 2013 GH66 discovered. Flyby Apr 15 at 03:21 UT. Dist: 3.98 LD. Size: 4-15 m.

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Published on Apr 12, 2013
In mid-February a flaming meteorite, whose shock wave equaled 20 nuclear bombs, streaked across the sky and slammed into the central Russian city of Chelyabinsk. It damaged dozens of buildings and injured hundreds of people. RT went to central Russia to talk with witnesses and scientists and to find out whether the country should get ready for more such phenomena.

Watch more on RT's documentary channel [link to RTD.rt.com]

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LANDSLIDE AT BINGHAM CANYON MINE, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
Massive landslide has occurred at Bingham Canyon Mine, Salt Lake City, Utah on April 10, 2013, Desert News mentions.

Luckily no injury has been reported but landslide at Bingham Canyon Mine, Salt Lake City, Utah has damaged roads, buildings and vehicles inside the pit.

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Production at Bingham Canyon Mine is currently stopped. Bingham Canyon Mine is the largest man-made excavation on Earth.

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Type: Earthquake
62 minutes ago
Magnitude: 4.9
DateTime: Friday April 12 2013, 14:51:06 UTC
Region: Unimak Island region, Alaska
Depth: 44.2 km
Source: USGS Feed

and right in that elbow

Type: Earthquake
2 hours ago
Magnitude: 3
DateTime: Friday April 12 2013, 13:43:47 UTC
Region: Gulf of Alaska
Depth: 40 km
Source: USGS Feed
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Sorry WA didn't see you already posted this

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Early spring storm breaks Denver cold temperature records

While April may normally be associated with rain showers, Mother Nature sometimes throws us a curveball. Such was the case with the bitter cold temperatures she delivered that broke records over the past 24 hours, two dating back more than 50 years ago.

Denver’s official temperature as measured at Denver International Airport dropped to 9 degrees just before midnight last night. This sets a new record low temperature for April 9, easily besting the previous record of 12 degrees set in 1959.

Additionally, a new record low maximum temperature was recorded yesterday as well. The ‘high’ temperature was 22 degrees, recorded shortly after midnight. The previous record low maximum for April 9 was 27 degrees set in 1973.

As the cold front moved out, the chilly temperatures lingered into the morning of April 10. The mercury at DIA dropped to 6 degrees thus setting a new record low temperature for the date. The previous record was 7 degrees set in 1959.

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It is interesting to note that these are the first daily cold weather related records Denver has set in more than two years and the first record low temperatures in three and a half years.

While we have seen plenty of high temperature records, we have to go all the way back to February 8, 2011 when we tied a record low maximum temperature to find one related to the cold. The last time we had a record low temperature was October 10, 2009.
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