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Shipwrecks and Tree Rings Extend the Hurricane Record by 350 Years

Popular Science: Griggs– Officially, the record of hurricanes in the Atlantic goes back to 1850. But hurricanes have been going on for a lot longer than 166 years. In a paper published this week in PNAS, researchers dug into history and added an additional 350 years of hurricane data to that record. Of course, they…

El Niño: 1997 vs. 2015 – What is in Store for the West Coast?

Oct. 13th, 2015-    NASA – The latest analyses from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and from NASA confirm that El Niño is strengthening and it looks a lot like the strong event that occurred in 1997–98. Observations of sea surface heights and temperatures, as well as wind patterns, show surface waters cooling off…

Volcano and Earthquake Predictions for June 6-8th

June 4th, 2015- Significant Earthquake Watch June 7-12, 2015 Targeting a strong negative polarity Coronal Hole (CH671) on the solar corona. After close analysis i have isolated an area (21-26°S latitude). This coronal hole may itself be a foreshadow for a 7.5 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations in during this watch period:…

Recap of May 2015 Global Events – VIDEO

Warning!- This video shows graphic content and has a religious view point that has the potential to cause fear of the end of the world. Watch only for a brief recap of last months global events. Check out this video on YouTube: The End of The Age – EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS MAY 2015

How to Wake Up the Moment an Earthquake Strikes – Alarm

How would you like a loud alarm to go off the next time an earthquake strikes near you? Not a notification on your phone fifteen minutes after an earthquake struck yet instead alarms sounding the second the shaking starts. Well a new security alarm out on the market may just be able to help with…

California Fault Seismographs to Help Watch San Andreas

May 24th, 2015– Here are links to find 70 USGS seismograph stations located across California. There is a great station map page that allows for quick views of each graph along with the location. Or you can save the link to each individual graph closest to you and reference it daily. Enjoy watching the San…

Starting An Earthquake Plan Part 3

May 21st, 2015- While there are many ways to establish safety measures for your family, maintaining the quality of those measures tasks dedication and additional planning. With a plan in place a household should have discussions on what to do and how to use all emergency devices. If only one individual in each home knows…