A rare funnel cloud was spotted over snowy mountains in western Montana and, thankfully, quick-thinking onlookers filmed the event. Footage shot by Isley Reust has been making the rounds online and has viewers awestruck. The event occurred in Mission Valley around 5:30 p.m., as Reust was out doing yard work. She noticed the dark clouds forming and went inside, only to see a tornado appearing to form in the … Continue reading Rare Footage of a Tornado Forming Over a Mountain in Montana
At 3:20AM we woke up to the sound of thunders that we as a family have never heard before. We literally thought that the country was under heavy bombings. When I met other people today, they said they had heard exactly the same thing.I realized that the low pressure weather front is affecting both the shift of plates under the ground and the intensity of … Continue reading Birth Pangs Have Increased
A very strong Magnitude 7.8 earthquake has struck southern Turkey at a shallow depth of only 24.1km. Shaking from the quake is described as “violent” and serious damage, injuries, and deaths are expected. The quake took place at 8:17 PM eastern US time, which is 01:17 UTC; the middle of the night in Turkey. Power outages are reported. Roads are also reported cut off. Bridges … Continue reading UPDATED 5:37 AM EST — ***SECOND** QUAKE JUST HIT, M7.5 after Massive M7.8 Earthquake Smashes Turkey, Syria, Lebanon and Israel!
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit eastern Afghanistan Wednesday. At least 1,000 people are dead and 1,500 more are injured after the quake struck the Paktika province. Fox News reported: An earthquake in eastern Afghanistan killed at least 1,000 people and injured 1,500 others Wednesday morning, according to local authorities, although details of the incident remain limited. Officials said the death toll is expected to rise even … Continue reading Magnitude 6.1 Earthquake in Eastern Afghanistan Kills at Least 1,000 People
The Brunswick Nuclear Plant’s two reactor went into a “hot shutdown” following and “unusual event” last Saturday By Intellihub.com – September 17, 2018 The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is being tight-lipped about an “unusual event” which occurred at the Brunswick Nuclear Plant last Saturday which forced a “hot shutdown” of both the plant’s Generation IV-type reactors 1 and 2. The NRC classified the emergency as an “unusual event” but … Continue reading North Carolina nuclear power plant declares “unusual event” following storm, “hot shutdown”
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