~ Galactic Earth Daily Truth Report 05-8-2012 – Sun's getting ready for the Rock&Roll~
Greetings Loved Beings,
take your sunglasses out... the Sun's getting higly active and increasing. HUge energy is already heading towards Mother Earth=Heart to help in the Big Uplift and Cleaning of illusions. Remember, there are no seat belts this time, if you're not Focused you'll experience a high grade of Bumping around.
Though if you keep Focused on the Goal, which is Love Everywhere Present... be happy that all that comes is there to see how easy it can be to let it go.
It's just a veil...
it's not true...
IT IS NOT TRUE!
Get rid of it and jump into Paradise.
True Love for ALL=US=GOD
Thank You for sharing Love.
~Space Weather Update~ Twin CME's M Class Earth Directed!! Chance for X Class
TWO INCOMING CMEs: A pair of solar eruptions on May 7th hurled coronal masss ejections (CMEs) toward Earth. Forecast tracks prepared by analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab suggests that clouds with arrive in succession on May 9th at 13:40 UT and May 10th at 07:54 UT (+/- 7 hours). The double impact could spark moderate geomagnetic storms. High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras. Magnetic storm alerts: text, phone.
CORONAL HOLE: A dark hole in the sun's atmosphere (a 'coronal hole') is spewing a stream of solar wind toward Earth. The impact of the stream, expected on May 9-11, could add to the effect of the incoming CMEs, boosting the chances of strong geomagnetic activity later this week. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory took this picture of the opening on May 8th:
Coronal holes are places where the sun's global magnetic field opens up and allows some of the sun's atmosphere to escape. The outflow of gas is the solar wind. NOAA forecasters estimate a 40% chance of geomagnetic activity on May 9-10 when the stream arrives (along with the CMEs of May 7th).
BIG SUNSPOT: One of the largest sunspot groups in years rotated over the sun's northeastern limb on May 6th. With a least four dark cores larger than Earth, AR1476 sprawls more than 100,000 km from end to end, and makes an easy target for backyard solar telescopes. Amateur astronomer Alan Friedman sends this picture of the behemoth from his backyard in Buffalo, NY:
"AR1476 is firecrackler," says Friedman.
Indeed, the active region is crackling with impulsive M-class solar flares. Based on the sunspot's complex 'beta-gamma' magnetic field, NOAA forecasters estimate a 75% chance of more M-flares during the next 24 hours. There is also a 10% chance of powerful X-flares.
"This one is going to be fun as it turns to face us!" predicts
Friedman. He might be right.
BY ADMIN – MAY 8, 2012
RSOE EDIS Report - May 8, 2012
BY CHILLYMANJARO – MAY 8, 2012
Hundreds of birds and dolphins have been washing up dead along the Peru coast, and this has government officials looking for causes. At least 1,200 birds, mostly pelicans, have been found dead in recent weeks along a stretch of Pacific coast in northern Peru, the Reuters website said on Sunday. Recent months have also seen an estimated 800 dolphins die in the same area.
The mass deaths have taken place against the backdrop of oceanic warming in the region. Officials have recommended that people keep away from the beaches.
OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
Posted on May 8, 2012
May 8, 2012 – PERU - The Civil Defense in Peru (Indeci) intensified today a prevention drive warning of a potential massive earthquake now preceded of two daily tremors average. Indeci called on every workplace and home to ready an emergency evacuation plan after a median quake and two replicas were recorded Sunday in Ica (south) and in Lima. Marco Tantalean, an expert from the institution, said planning must include safe routes and refuges, plus staples like your ID cards, drinkable water, first-aid material, flashlight, non perishable food and saving phone calls for emergencies to prevent the lines from collapsing. Other prevention measures include a May 31st tsunami simulation, marking the 1970 massive quake that killed some 70,000 people in Ancash, north Peru. Scientific evidence have proven that after “long periods of rest” big quakes may occur, like those that have especially razed Lima through history; plus, Peru is located in a seismic area, adds Hernando Tavera, director of Seismology at the Institute of Geophysics, reminding of the 66 tremors of 2012 through April, near one daily. The majority, 39, registered on the Pacific coast, again in Lima, Ica -devastated in 2007- and Arequipa, together occupy more than 1,000km. –Prensa Latina
Tue, 08 May 2012 09:11 CDT
A moderate earthquake shook northwestern Azerbaijan on late Monday morning, injuring more than a dozen people and seriously damaging a number of houses, officials said. Shaking was also felt in neighboring Russia and Georgia.
The 5.5-magnitude earthquake at 9:40 a.m. local time (0440 GMT) was centered about 17.5 kilometers (10.8 miles) south of Zaqatala, the capital of Zaqatala Rayon along the Tala River. It struck about 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) deep, making it a shallow earthquake, according to the Republican Seismic Survey Center of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS), which measured the strength of the earthquake at 5.6 on the body wave magnitude (Mb) scale, estimated some 450,000 people near the epicenter may have felt moderate to strong shaking. Another 6.6 million people may have felt weak to light shaking.
Officials at the country's Ministry of Emergency Situations said around 20 residential buildings near the epicenter were 'seriously damaged' as a result of the earthquake, which also damaged a number of other buildings and partly destroyed the sports hall of a school. At least 15 people were believed to be injured, but none of them were serious or required hospitalization.
Residents on the other side of the border in Russia and Georgia also reported feeling the earthquake, but there were no reports of damage or casualties from those regions.
Azerbaijan sometimes experiences very small earthquakes, but they rarely exceed magnitude 5.0. Monday's earthquake was the strongest to hit the Asian country since at least late 2008. The deadliest earthquake to ever hit Azerbaijan happened in November 1667 when a powerful 6.9-magnitude earthquake struck near the city of Şamaxı, devastating entire districts and killing an estimated 80,000 people.
Scotland colder than the ARCTIC as country is hit by late Big Freeze
SCOTLAND was colder than the Arctic at the weekend with freezing temperatures and snow.
It was –7.4C on Saturday morning on Cairngorm mountain, near Aviemore, and –6.2C at Saughall, Ayrshire.
But in the Arctic at the most northerly village in Europe – Honningsvag in Norway – it was only 0C.
Yesterday morning was just as bad with temperatures below freezing in many parts.
And rain and sleet were threatening to make today’s bank holiday a wash-out as a “monsoon” week threatened floods in Scotland.
Seaside resorts were deserted at the weekend in bitter temperatures of 5C to 7C – up to 10C colder than normal.
Farmers and gardeners were badly hit as crops and plants were killed off by widespread frost.
But it was good news for skiers with hundreds flocking to Cairngorm and Glencoe.
The big freeze broke May temperature records and was close to the UK’s lowest for that month, –9.4C at Fort Augustus, Inverness-shire, in 1941.
Britain has shivered through the biggest spring temperature plunge since 1938, and the third biggest temperature fall since records began in 1659.
It’s also been the UK’s wettest April since rainfall records began 245 years ago.
A giant 142mm of rain fell, more than treble the normal.
Scotland was not as badly hit as south of the Border, but the east saw many deluges.
Forecasters warned of sleet and snow today and a “monsoon” week ahead with an inch of rain tomorrow, more downpours on Thursday and the threat of flooding.
Met Office forecaster Dan Grey said: “It will be a wet week ahead.
“We’re keeping a close eye on forecast rainfall and are liaising with the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.”
KMBC / YouTube
Fri, 04 May 2012 12:33 CDT
Watch this video of a huge dust cloud that approaches and eventually covers an Iowa college campus on Friday. This video was captured on the campus of Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, and posted on YouTube.
The video's caption said the cloud was caused by an almost fully formed tornado, and caused a scare on campus.
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