2012 - Debate
Earth Changes - Recent Trends
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Page 211 and 212 of The
Complete Idiots Guide to
2012 - ........"This confirms
it: The Maya were right
and everything is
interconnected"  - USGS
study, retreating glaciers
are changing external
versus internal pressures
in the earth's
crust.........The Ring of Fire.
For those with our book The Complete Idiots Guide to 2012 - Pages 211 and 212 refer to the
expected increase in earth changes such as these - Tsunami/Volcanos and Earthquakes.
Scientific studies and recent trends regrettably confirm the predictions are on target.







First signs of eruption at the Eyjafjallajokull glacier
field was on March 4, 2010.
April 15, 2010
Volcano ash
over Europe
stops air travel.
Ash cloud from Iceland volcano halts air traffic across Europe,
effects reverberate worldwide.
April 15, 2010

REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) — Emergency officials in Iceland are evacuating hundreds
of people as new flash floods endanger farms in the area near an ash-spewing

The Civil Protection Department says officials are evacuating about 700 people from
rural areas near the volcano beneath Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull (ay-yah-FYAH'-plah-
yer-kuh-duhl) glacier, which began erupting Wednesday for the second time in less
than a month.

In London, Britain's air traffic service said Thursday it was extending a ban on most
air traffic in England until 1200GMT (8 a.m EDT) Friday, but flights to Scotland and
Northern Ireland may be allowed to resume.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP's
earlier story is below.

LONDON (AP) — An ash cloud from Iceland's spewing volcano halted air traffic
across a wide swath of Europe on Thursday, grounding planes on a scale unseen
since the 2001 terror attacks as authorities stopped all flights over Britain, Ireland
and the Nordic countries.

Thousands of flights were canceled, stranding tens of thousands of passengers, and
officials said it was not clear when it would be safe enough to fly again.

An aviation expert said it was the first time in living memory that an ash cloud had
affected some of the most congested airspace in the world, while a scientist in Iceland
said the ejection of volcanic ash — and therefore disruptions in air travel — could
continue for days or even weeks.

"At the present time it is impossible to say when we will resume flying," said Henrik
Peter Joergensen, the spokesman for Copenhagen's airport in Denmark, where
some 25,000 passengers were affected.

The ash plume, which rose to between 20,000 feet and 36,000 feet (6,000 meters
and 11,000 meters), lies above the Atlantic Ocean close to the flight paths for most
routes from the U.S. east coast to Europe.

With the cloud drifting south and east across Britain, the country's air traffic service
banned all non-emergency flights until at least 7 a.m. (0600GMT, 2 a.m. EDT) Friday.
Irish authorities closed their air space for at least eight hours, and aviation authorities
in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Belgium took similar precautions.

The move shut down London's five major airports including Heathrow, a major trans-
Atlantic hub that handles over 1,200 flights and 180,000 passengers per day. Airport
shutdowns and flight cancellations spread eastward across Europe — to France,
Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Finland and Switzerland — and
the effects reverberated worldwide.

French officials shut down all flights to Paris and 23 other airports.

Airlines in the United States canceling some flights to Europe and delayed others. In
Washington, the Federal Aviation Administration said it was working with airlines to try
to reroute some flights around the massive ash cloud.

Flights from Asia, Africa and the Middle East to Heathrow and other top European
hubs were also put on hold.

The highly abrasive, microscopic particles that make up volcanic ash pose a threat to
aircraft because they can affect visibility and get sucked into airplane engines,
causing them to shut down. The ash can also block pitot tubes, which supply vital
instruments such as air speed indicators, or latch onto engine blades, forming a
glassy substance that may cause engines to surge or stall.

Ash will also damage all forward-facing surfaces on an aircraft, such as the cockpit
windshields, the wings' leading edges, the landing lights and air filters for the
passenger cabin.

It was not the first time air traffic has been halted by a volcano, but such widespread
disruption has not been seen the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks.

"There hasn't been a bigger one," said William Voss, president of the U.S.-based
Flight Safety Foundation, who praised aviation authorities and Eurocontrol, the
European air traffic control organization, for closing down airspaces. "This has
prevented airliners wandering about, with their engines flaming out along the way."

Gideon Ewers, spokesman for the International Federation of Airline Pilots
Associations said it was a unique event.

"Normally, these volcanic eruptions affect air travel in areas of thin traffic such as the
Aleutian islands in Alaska, or in Indonesia and the Philippines," he told The
Associated Press.


First reports of closing air space from BBC: HERE  CNN HERE.
Many European Countries close air space because of volcanic ash
- huge disruption and potentially very serious consequences.
April 15, 2010.

All flights in and out of the UK and several other European countries have been
suspended as ash from a volcanic eruption in Iceland moves south.

Up to 4,000 flights are being cancelled with airspace closed in Norway, Sweden,
Finland and Denmark among others.

The UK's air traffic control service (Nats) said no flights would be allowed in or out of
UK airspace until 0700 BST on Friday amid fears of engine damage.

The airspace restriction was the worst in living memory, a spokesman said.

Nats suggested that the restrictions were unlikely to be lifted after 0700, saying it
was "very unlikely that the situation over England will improve in the foreseeable

Airspace closed:
Republic of Ireland


Partial or planned closures:
Sweden (total closure by 2000 GMT)
Denmark (total by 1600 GMT)

Finland (northern airspace closed till 1200 GMT Friday)

Belgium (total from 1430 GMT)

Netherlands (being shut progressively)

Air ambulance

Passengers were advised to contact their carriers prior to travel.

Below - more.
Latest from U.K.
Air Navigation
Satellite over U.K./Europe Thursday April 15, 2010.
Forecast pressure chart - Europe Friday April 16,
2010. Not favourable situation.
Plume of ash and poisonous gases as of 2200 hrs (US eastern) ,
April 15, 2010. Copyright: Colin Andrews/Google Earth.
NEW PHASE - Volcano, Iceland:
Latest News and report from UK air traffic control and the latest news:

Ash may hover for days over uncertain Europe
Saturday April 17, 2010.
By SYLVIA HUI and ANGELA CHARLTON, Associated Press Writers.

PARIS – The Icelandic volcano that has kept much of Europe land-bound is far from finished spitting
out its grit, and offered up new mini-eruptions Saturday that raise concerns about longer-term
damage to world air travel and trade.

Facing days to come under the volcano's unpredictable, ashy plume, Europeans are looking at
temporary airport layoffs and getting creative with flight patterns to try to weather this extraordinary

Modern Europe has never seen such a travel disruption. Air space across a swath from Britain to
Ukraine was closed and set to stay that way until Sunday or Monday in some countries, affecting
airports from New Zealand to San Francisco. Millions of passengers have had plans foiled or delayed.

Activity in the volcano at the heart of this increased early Saturday, and showed no sign of abating.

"There doesn't seem to be an end in sight," Icelandic geologist Magnus Tumi Gudmundsson told The
Associated Press on Saturday. "The activity has been quite vigorous overnight, causing the eruption
column to grow."

Scientists say that because the volcano is situated below a glacial ice cap, the magma is being cooled
quickly, causing explosions and plumes of grit that can be catastrophic to plane engines, depending
on prevailing winds.

In Iceland, winds dragged the ashes over new farmland, to the southwest of the glacier, causing
farmers to scramble to secure their cattle and board up windows.

With the sky blackened out and the wind driving a fine, sticky dust, dairy farmer Berglind Hilmarsdottir
teamed up with neighbors to round her animals and get them to shelter. The ash is toxic — the
fluoride causes long-term bone damage that makes teeth fall out and bones break.

"This is bad. There are no words for it," said Hilmarsdottir, whose pastures near the town of Skogar
were already covered in a gray paste of ash.

Latest from UK air navigation service (NATS)and Satellite showing the weather conditions go directly
to the Observatory on this website (in RED) HERE.
April 17, 2010
1730 hrs US Eastern
Main Items:

1. new mini-eruptions
Saturday that raise concerns
about longer-term damage to
world air travel and trade.

2. temporary airport layoffs

3. Modern Europe has never
seen such a travel disruption.
Air space across a swath
from Britain to Ukraine was
closed and set to stay that
way until Sunday or Monday

4. Activity in the volcano at the
heart of this increased early
Saturday, and showed no
sign of abating.

5.The ash is toxic — the
fluoride causes long-term
bone damage that makes
teeth fall out and bones

Soon we will be asking how
long does  the toxic gases
and particles remain in the
atmosphere? In time it will
create a continuous band
across China to the United
States, then what?

Europe's air industry has called for an urgent review of flight bans imposed
because of volcanic ash from Iceland.
April 18, 2010.
BBC News

April 18, 2010.
United Kingdom.

Ministers met to discuss plans before UK flight restrictions were extended until at least 1900 BST on Monday.

Ideas included flying those outside the no-fly zone to Spain and then using the Royal Navy and requisitioning
merchant ships to help return them to the UK.

Gordon Brown has spoken to his Spanish counterpart about the plan, No 10 said.

A spokeswoman said the prime minister and the Spanish leader had explored whether Britons could be
returned by landing in Spain - which is open to flights - from certain parts of the world.

Latest air traffic go to Observatory HERE

April 19, 2010

BERLIN – Germany's aviation authority broke the flight deadlock on Monday, granting Lufthansa an exemption to
fly 50 long-haul planes carrying 15,000 passengers back home below the cloud of volcanic ash hanging over

Britain chimed in with more good news, saying flight restrictions over Scottish airspace will be lifted Tuesday
morning at 7 a.m. local time (0600 GMT, 2 a.m. EDT) and other British airports could reopen later that day as
well. The government also sent Royal Navy warships to rescue those marooned across the Channel by flight

As airline losses spiraled over $1 billion, the aviation industry blasted European officials, claiming there was "no
coordination and no leadership" in the crisis that shut down most European airports for a fifth day.

Eurocontrol, the air traffic agency in Brussels, said less than one-third of flights in Europe were taking off Monday
— between 8,000 and 9,000 of the continent's 28,000 scheduled flights. Airports in southern Europe were open,
however, and Spain offered to become an emergency hub for the whole continent.

The low level winds are currently moving ash westwards towards Novascocia, Canada.
Volcano Eyjafjaliajoekull
may cause chain reaction
to second volcano nearby.
Latest from
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U.K. Airspace re-opened April 20 at 2134 hrs
today. Situation dynamic and to be watched
closely -
Britain's airspace was closed under false pretences, with satellite
images revealing there was no doomsday volcanic ash cloud over
the entire country.

Skies fell quiet for six days, leaving as many as 500,000 Britons stranded overseas and
costing airlines hundreds of millions of pounds.

Read more:
Volcano Eyjafjallajokull in Iceland is causing trouble again.
                   May 8, 2010.

BRUSSELS — The Icelandic volcano with the unpronounceable name reminded the
world again that it has the power to disrupt international travel — coughing out a
spreading cloud of ash that delayed or canceled hundreds of flights between
Europe and North America on Saturday.

The prospects for Sunday flights remained grim, with no improvement in sight for
trans-Atlantic passengers, and with a plume of low-altitude ash continuing to float
eastward over Spain and southern France.

Flights had to be rerouted north over Greenland or south around Spain to avoid
the 1,200-mile (2,000-kilometer)-long cloud stretching from Iceland to northern

Approximately 600 airliners make the oceanic crossing every day. Around 40
percent were rerouted southward and the rest skirted Iceland from the north,
according to Eurocontrol.

Full story:
NASA Satellite image showing the volcano ash
crossing the Atlantic, travelling south east towards
May 8, 2010.
causing air
travel problems
The Most Researched
Mount St Helen's
October 21, 2010
Today two significant Earthquakes hit Mexico (6.7 Mag) and
New Zealand (5.0 Mag) Report
Oct, 21, 2010.
New Zealand.

New Zealand
Feb 22, 2011
World launches efforts for New Zealand earthquake victims.
         February 22, 2011
         (Video from scene)

        updated at 12:25 ET
New Zealand earthquake: Rescuers work through night

The United Kingdom, Australia, the United States, and even Google have launched
efforts to aid victims of Tuesday's New Zealand earthquake, which killed at least 65

Rescuers are toiling overnight in New Zealand to reach scores of trapped people after
a 6.3-magnitude earthquake which has claimed at least 65 lives.

Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker says more than 100 people are feared buried in
collapsed buildings in the city.

The disaster struck at a shallow depth of 5km (3.1 miles) on Tuesday lunchtime when
Christchurch was at its busiest.

It is the South Island city's second tremor in six months, and the country's worst
natural disaster in 80 years.

'Time is of essence'

The mayor has declared a state of emergency and ordered the city centre's

On a cold and wet night, emergency teams have been toiling under floodlights to
reach survivors, as relatives keep vigil outside.
Rescue teams with sniffer dogs have been fanning out across Christchurch.

Deputy Prime Minister Bill English said that 350 military personnel had been
deployed to help with search and rescue efforts.

"The government is willing to throw everything it can in the rescue effort. Time is
going to be of essence," Mr English said.

The government has accepted an offer of specialist help from Australia, whose
rescuers are due to arrive in New Zealand shortly.

A series of aftershocks, some as big as magnitude 5, have rattled the stricken city of
nearly 400,000 people.

Many power and telephone lines are knocked out, while burst water mains have
deluged whole districts.

Up to 30 people were feared trapped inside the flattened Pyne Gould Guinness
building, where screams have been heard from the ruins.

Students missing

Trapped under her office desk, Anne Voss told a New Zealand TV station: "I rang my
kids to say goodbye. It was absolutely horrible.

"My daughter was crying and I was crying because I honestly thought that was it.
You know, you want to tell them you love them, don't you?"

She said she could hear other people alive in the building, and had called out to

BBC World Service Source and full story - includes video from the scene.

Feb 23, 2011: Hundreds Still Trapped
Updated Feb 22, 2011 at 1805 hrs US eastern

Days before New Zealand Quake, over one hundred
Whales found breached on
shores and during Quake 30 million tons of
ice broke off New Zealands largest glacier.
Mar 11, 2011
Huge Record Breaking Earthquake Hits Japan, Followed
By A Monster Tsunami - Devastation as Tsunami Heads
Across the Pacific Ocean
Posted March 11, 2011
Developing and under constant update - read down for latest

(CNN) -- The threat of a tsunami prompted the U.S. National Weather Service to
issue a warning for at least 50 countries and territories after an 8.9-magnitude
earthquake struck Japan Friday.

The wide-ranging list includes Russia and Central American countries like
Guatemala, El Salvador and Costa Rica and the U.S. state of Hawaii. The weather
service's bulletin said it was intended "as advice to government agencies."

The quake, which struck near the coast of Honshu, Japan on Friday afternoon,
unleashed a wall of water that rushed in toward land, leveling houses and bashing
cars in its path and apparently killing hundreds.

Some officials feared that the fast-moving waves from a tsunami could be so high
that they would wash over entire islands in the Pacific, a spokesman for the
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said Friday.

There was some good news on the island of Guam, where the tsunami warning was
lifted. Police reported no damage or injuries. Indonesia also lifted its warning.

Japan hit by 8.9 magnitude quake "Experts are saying that it could be anywhere from
4 to 10 meters. That's higher than some of the Pacific islands are above sea level.
We just have to do the calculations to see that this is a real threat," federation
spokesman Paul Conneally said.

"In a situation like this, we have to prepare for the worst case scenario," he added.
But Gerard Fryer of the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said even though waves
could cause significant flooding, "washing over islands is not going to happen."

Tsunami waves can travel at speeds of 800 kilometers per hour.

"The tsunami is more than one wave, and the waves can be separated by 20 minutes
or half an hour. So just because you see a wave come up and then go back in the
ocean again, that doesn't mean it's over," Fryer said.

Sirens sounded in Hawaii around 10 p.m. Thursday (3 a.m. ET), warning residents
they could expect tsunami waves five hours later.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said Kauai was the first Hawaiian island hit by
the waves, which swept across the remainder of the island chain as six foot surges
pushed waves ashore.

Officials said such ocean surges can push water as far as a quarter of a mile inland.

The West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Center early Friday issued a tsunami
warning for coastal areas along the United States and Canadian west coasts. The
tsunami warning includes coastal areas of California and Oregon from Point
Conception to the Oregon-Washington border. It also includes coastal areas of
Alaska from Amchitka Pass to Attu.

Wendy Watson-Wright of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural
Organization warned nations to be on alert.

"This is a massive one, and it will have different effects depending on the location, on
the seabed, and on other sorts of characteristics," she said. "But clearly this is very
very large, and from that perspective, all countries need to be alert, on standby for
the moment."

In the Philippines, the government has evacuated 20 coast areas. Officials said they
were getting reports from Isabela province of "unusual waves" hitting the coastline.

The country's Disaster Management director Benito Ramos said waves have hit the
coastal areas of Aparri, Cagayan and Basco, Batanes.

Ramos said the tsunami alert remained elevated to a level two across the country as
a precaution.

The administrator of the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency said
employees are ready to assist state and local officials.

"We remind everyone who lives in the region to monitor their local news for
instructions from their state and local officials and if told to evacuate -- evacuate,"
said Administrator Craig Fugate.

Russia's Emergency Situations Ministry said more than 11,000 people living in
dangerous areas had been evacuated after a tsunami warning was issued for the
Kuril Islands. Ships docked in open ports were heading back out to sea to avoid
being hit by tsunami waves, the ministry said.

Chip McCreary of the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said officials estimated the
quake was already causing waves with magnitudes of up to 2 meters above normal
sea level.

"This is a very large earthquake. We've evaluated it as about the same size as the
earthquake last year in Chile. However, it's much closer to the Hawaiian islands than
the Chile earthquake," he said.

Waves are expected to begin hitting both Australia's and Chile's coastlines at around
noon ET.

The National Weather Service list includes Japan, Russia, the Philippines, Indonesia,
Papua New Guinea, Australia, Fiji, Mexico, New Zealand, Guatemala, El Salvador,
Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Honduras, Chile, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru and the
United States.

Numerous Pacific islands, including some U.S. territories, are also on the list.

Friday's 8.9-magnitude temblor in Japan was the largest earthquake since a
9.0-magnitude earthquake struck the Banda Aceh area of Indonesia on Dec. 26,
2004, causing a massive tsunami that killed about 250,000 people in 14 countries
and washed away entire communities. The tsunami caused nearly $10 billion in
damage and more casualties than any other tsunami in history, according to the
United Nations.

The earthquake, initially reported as a 7.8 earthquake, was upgraded to an 8.9

"When you jump a magnitude from 7 to 8.9, it's not 10 times stronger, it's 1000 times
stronger," said CNN International meteorologist Ivan Cabrera. "With an ... earthquake
that shallow, that close to shore, there will be more than one tsunami."
UPDATE: Two Nuclear Power Stations in trouble - ALERT
 Nuclear plant to vent air
   Posted by ColinAndrews.net at 4.15 pm March 11, 2011
Source posted in Japan at: Saturday, March 12, 2011 03:56 +0900 (JST)

Air that may contain radioactive materials will be vented from a nuclear power plant in quake-stricken
Fukushima Prefecture. The Tokyo Electric Power Company has decided to release air from the reactor's
containment vessels, aiming to avoid their breakdown.

The company issued a warning about its Fukushima Number One Plant early on Saturday morning. It said
the pressure value for the reactor's containment vessels had risen, and that if the value was correct, the
vessels could break down.

Tokyo Electric says the amount of air to be released will be small and that it will notify residents near the
plant before it starts releasing the air. The company says it will check the amount of radioactive materials
in the air before the release.                         
1630 hrs US eastern
Nuclear Power Station.
Risk of Catastrophe worse than Chernobyl.
Situation Escalates.
HERE - 2011-0312 New Updates below
Energy distribution from Earthquake - From NOAA.
Three Reactors are in trouble.  Reactor #3 is a great worry because of a new kind of fuel held there which if
released will greatly heighten radiation levels.  The following hours are said to be of grave concern.  
Reactor #1 is thought close to meltdown - urgent and desperate steps being taken to cool with sea water.
Stay informed via TV/Radio and reliable Internet sources.
Earthquake shifted the main island of Japan by 8 feet, shifted
earth's axis by 10 inches, and changed the rotational period.
Posted Mar 12, 2011
Sources Fox TV and
Terrible Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan - as events unfold a
large cloud ring appeared in the United States
You tube dated March 11, 2011

Check out initial investigation HERE

Thanks to Paul Anderson
Did Japan Earthquake Triggered Volcano Eruption In Russia?
March 11, 2011

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Page 211 and 212 of The
Complete Idiots Guide to
2012 - ........"This confirms
it: The Maya were right
and everything is
interconnected"  - USGS
study, retreating glaciers
are changing external
versus internal pressures
in the earth's
crust.........The Ring of Fire.
Click book to order
Latest Updates
Japan in Crisis - Nuclear Reactors.
May 21, 2011
Volcano Grimsvotn blows and Ash moves Towards
European Air Space.
By JILL LAWLESS and GUDJON HELGASON, Associated Press Jill Lawless And
Gudjon Helgason, Associated Press

REYKJAVIK, Iceland – A year after an Icelandic volcano grounded planes across
Europe, a spectacular new eruption flung up a miles-high ash plume that shut down
the country's main airport, plunged nearby areas into darkness and sent ash drifting
toward European airspace.

The Grimsvotn (GREEMSH-votn) volcano, which lies beneath the ice of the
uninhabited Vatnajokull glacier in southeast Iceland, began erupting Saturday for the
first time since 2004, sending ash, smoke and steam 12 miles (20 kilometers) into the

It was the volcano's largest eruption in 100 years.

The ash from Grimsvotn — about 120 miles (200 kilometers) east of the capital,
Reykjavik — turned the sky black Sunday and rained down on nearby areas,
covering buildings, cars and fields in a thick layer of gray soot. Civil protection
workers helped farmers get their animals into shelter and urged residents to wear
masks and stay indoors. No ash fell on the capital.

The eruption was far larger than last year's eruption at the Eyjafjallajokull
(pronounced ay-yah-FYAH-lah-yer-kuhl) volcano 80 miles (130 kilometers) away, but
scientists said it was unlikely to have the same global impact as that one, which left
10 million travelers stranded around the world.....
Full article.
Side Note
It was  prophesied that
on Saturday May 21,
2011 at 6.0pm in all
time zones the start of
the end times would
begin. Coincidence
Screen grab from excellent monitoring site HERE
May 23, 2011:
LONDON – A dense cloud of ash from an Icelandic volcano was being blown toward Scotland Monday, causing
one airline to cancel nearly all its flights and officials to consider airspace closures and airlines to fear a repeat
of the huge disruptions that stranded millions of passengers a year ago......
Orange and Red Dots Show The Staggering Number of Earthquakes in
the Last 48 Hours (Official USGS Data) -
Keep an eye via The Observatory Page .
Nov 14, 2011
Earthquake Grid Pattern Discovered - This Has to be Unnatural?
By Colin Andrews
Posted November 17, 2011

Update time = Wed Apr 11 23:08:56 UTC 2012
From the official
USGS Website.

y/m/d h:m:s  LAT
deg  LON
deg  DEPTH
km   Region
MAP  7.0   2012/04/11 22:55:17    18.390   -102.652  65.6   MICHOACAN, MEXICO
MAP  5.4   2012/04/11 22:51:59    2.897    89.597  14.7   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  5.9   2012/04/11 22:41:47    43.593   -127.557  10.2   OFF THE COAST OF OREGON
MAP  4.9   2012/04/11 22:35:34    2.488    90.185  14.8   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.0   2012/04/11 22:15:26    0.514    92.443  13.8   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  4.2   2012/04/11 22:02:50    51.508   -176.673  35.6   ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
MAP  3.0   2012/04/11 21:53:23    59.218   -154.654  197.9   SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP  5.0   2012/04/11 21:36:09    1.787    90.927  15.0   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  3.2   2012/04/11 21:23:40    51.251   -178.168  18.3   ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
MAP  4.7   2012/04/11 21:02:50    0.717    92.407  15.2   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  2.9   2012/04/11 20:50:59    18.088    -67.480  11.6   MONA PASSAGE, PUERTO RICO
MAP  3.6   2012/04/11 20:03:14    19.075    -68.615  165.3   DOMINICAN REPUBLIC REGION
MAP  5.5   2012/04/11 19:04:20    1.202    92.090  10.3   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.4   2012/04/11 18:54:46    2.496    92.712  14.3   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  2.5   2012/04/11 16:32:14    18.731    -68.225  104.0   DOMINICAN REPUBLIC REGION
MAP  5.1   2012/04/11 16:04:24    3.426    92.860  10.8   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.1   2012/04/11 15:46:53    2.987    92.249  21.6   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.0   2012/04/11 15:09:26    2.969    90.062  13.1   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.3   2012/04/11 14:54:29    1.336    91.841  11.9   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  5.3   2012/04/11 14:34:19    1.504    90.894  14.4   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  5.0   2012/04/11 14:26:27    2.287    92.385  9.4   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.0   2012/04/11 14:18:45    2.569    92.296  10.3   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.2   2012/04/11 14:08:41    1.147    92.158  9.6   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.5   2012/04/11 13:58:07    1.493    90.889  13.7   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  5.3   2012/04/11 13:42:40    2.159    93.597  11.0   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  4.6   2012/04/11 13:39:56    0.600    91.889  10.0   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  4.6   2012/04/11 13:32:35    1.905    89.578  10.0   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  5.0   2012/04/11 13:19:38    2.345    90.302  20.4   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.1   2012/04/11 13:15:28    4.614    90.764  5.3   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  4.8   2012/04/11 13:12:05   -18.479   -175.498  245.2   TONGA
MAP  4.5   2012/04/11 13:10:07    0.890    92.382  10.0   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  3.4   2012/04/11 13:06:31    62.560   -150.133  174.1   CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP  5.1   2012/04/11 12:37:48    2.528    92.602  10.0   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.1   2012/04/11 12:21:58    3.136    92.775  9.9   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.1   2012/04/11 12:10:53    1.385    92.639  10.4   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.7   2012/04/11 11:53:37    2.929    89.534  14.9   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  5.3   2012/04/11 11:52:29    0.989    91.942  14.9   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  5.4   2012/04/11 11:34:02    0.743    92.865  15.5   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.4   2012/04/11 11:29:00   -56.847    -27.966  259.0   SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.7   2012/04/11 11:08:39    64.893   -148.948  5.8   CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP  8.2   2012/04/11 10:43:09    0.773    92.452  16.4   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  2.6   2012/04/11 10:42:48    33.491   -116.425  10.6   SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP  5.4   2012/04/11 10:36:55    1.072    91.943  15.5   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  2.8   2012/04/11 10:22:14    64.896   -148.880  7.1   CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP  5.4   2012/04/11 10:21:16    2.833    92.476  14.8   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.1   2012/04/11 10:08:30    2.646    90.084  16.1   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.3   2012/04/11 10:01:20    2.499    90.365  20.0   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.3   2012/04/11 09:51:42    2.510    90.316  20.0   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  2.9   2012/04/11 09:40:57    60.098   -152.831  103.8   SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP  3.2   2012/04/11 09:30:27    64.910   -148.934  13.9   CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP  6.0   2012/04/11 09:27:57    1.281    91.731  9.8   NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP  2.9   2012/04/11 09:26:11    64.990   -148.887  27.8   CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP  3.8   2012/04/11 09:21:58    64.904   -148.888  20.7   CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP  5.5   2012/04/11 09:00:13    51.518   -176.312  56.5   ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
MAP  8.6   2012/04/11 08:38:37    2.311    93.063  22.9   OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.3   2012/04/11 07:41:46    -6.227    130.158  132.2   BANDA SEA
MAP  4.4   2012/04/11 06:54:39   -22.748    -66.387  226.3   JUJUY, ARGENTINA
MAP  2.9   2012/04/11 06:41:28    63.599   -151.404  2.9   CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP  5.1   2012/04/11 05:44:42   -16.900    -14.406  10.5   SOUTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE
MAP  5.2   2012/04/11 04:53:26   -16.822    -14.440  9.7   SOUTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE
MAP  2.6   2012/04/11 03:18:48    33.774   -116.112  8.6   SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP  2.6   2012/04/11 02:21:41    62.034   -151.695  15.3   CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP  4.5   2012/04/11 01:21:18    42.200    87.908  31.7   NORTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA
MAP  4.5   2012/04/11 00:34:13   -23.896   -114.819  10.0   EASTER ISLAND REGION
Today We Have Experienced A Shocking Number of Earthquakes.
Among the Sixty Four, Four Were Classified Major.
With a few more hours to go today, this is very significant.
Posted April 11, 2012
7.40 PM US Eastern
The Map Of Todays Incredible Earth Changes - (2012 Earth Changes!!!)

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ALERT - The Earth's Tectonic Plates Are Moving In An Exceptional
Manner - Residents Should Be On Alert.
Updated April 12, 2012 - 12.50 pm US Eastern - Note CA first alert noted on Scratch Pad March 30th.
Keep close eye
on the
page for alerts
Red=Today  Yellow=Past 2 weeks
North & South America
April 12, 2012
By Colin Andrews
data by USGS - Layout by Colin Andrews
1.The first was a 2.9 mag
at 7 seconds after midnight
in Northern California (UTC)