6.0-magnitude earthquake hits Manila
6.0-magnitude earthquake hits Manila
Source : 6.0 Earthquake, volcanic ash burst strike Philippines Sin Chew Jit Poh – 1 hour ago
MANILA, Saturday 6 November 2010 (AFP) – A strong 6.0-magnitude earthquake and a burst of volcanic ash struck a region south of the Philippine capital on Saturday in quick sucession, but government experts said the events were unrelated. A earthquake hit the Bicol region early Saturday, shaking people from their sleep but causing no serious damage, the government said. The quake, with an epicentre off the coat of Burias island, about 275 kilometres (171 miles) southeast of Manila, occurred at 12:41 am (1641 GMT Friday), the government seismology office said.
100 injured in Iran earthquake
100 injured in Iran earthquake(UKPA) – 1 hour ago
About 100 people were injured in a 4.9-magnitude earthquake which stuck western Iran, state television has reported.
The quake struck at 7.22am local time (3.08am GMT) in the town of Dorood, causing damage to residential buildings.
The report said 25 of the injured remained in hospital, while the others were released after treatment.
also on ZEE News
5.0 magnitude quake hits NW China’s Xinjiang
Source : 5.0 magnitude quake hits NW China’s Xinjiang3 hours ago
An earthquake measuring 5.0 on the Richter Scale hit northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region at 10:12 a.m. Beijing Time Saturday, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center. The epicenter was monitored at 36.8 degrees north latitude and 87.5 degrees east longitude with a depth of about 10 kilometers, the center said.
According to Texas-based Global Language Monitor (GLM) reports, Twitter, the popular social networking, has been voted the top English word this year.
Twitter word was more popular than Obama and H1N1 — the scientific name for
the latest swine flu strain sweeping the globe.
Other words to enter common currency reflect the global economic crisis such
as “stimulus” and “deficit“.
Of the top 15 words, a further six are linked to the downturn such as “outrage” to denote feelings generated by bankers bonuses in bailedout companies, “bonus”, “unemployed“, and Continue reading “Twitter ranked #1 in search words on Internet”
Quake_log_20_May_2009 : Here comes quakes
see screenshot of Google news
News Item 1st
Los Angeles area hit by second earthquake in three days
www.chinaview.cn 2009-05-20 13:14:29 Print
LOS ANGELES, May 19 (Xinhua) — The Los Angeles area was struck by a second moderate earthquake on Tuesday, but there was no immediate report of major damages, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said.
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UPDATE at 16:15 IST
I am uploading the evidence video (see at bottom) to YouTube and as it would take at least 45 minutes to upload 20 mb video (64kbps-Airtel, will change ISP or upgrade speed), I took a break and was watching news on IBN7. Breaking News flashed on scroll bar, a 6.5 on Richter scale Earthquake in Andaman Islands. The Andaman Islands were also included on high alert list, when I released the 48 hour long Earthquake Alert on 7th August, 2008. There was no report of any loss of life, as this post is being published here.
Confirmed! Quake news from Sichuan and Indonesia
Nature confirmed my Sixth Sense even this time!
This time the time frame of 48 hours was quite accurate.I have predicted Sichuan Quake and had given an ALERT on 7th August at 9pm IST (Read Continue reading “Confirmed! Quake news from Sichuan and Indonesia”
24 hours is what I wasted. A strong quake of 7.5 magnitude jolted Japan today. Yesterday at sharp 09:01 pm (IST, +5:30 GMT) I experienced rapid tremor waves, which were of Continue reading “Quake news : 7.5 magnitude jolted Japan”
Param Lowe predicted Taiwan Quake one week earlier than it actually happened
If you are a regular reader of my Sixth Sense Blog then you might have read my blog post dated June 7th, 2008 in which, I have mentioned about the polar shifting of quake pulses, you can read under Sixth Sense Tsunami Alert. Is been more than a week now. and I was Continue reading “Missed some news this time? Taiwan Quake”