This is a developing situation..
This is the same volcano that changed weather patterns and cooled the planet in the 1800s.. All eyes on this again now as the earth continues to change and the ring of fire continues to quake ..
A 2.8-magnitude earthquake rattled Georgia overnight, and some people said they didn’t just feel it. Social media users also reported hearing the tremor. “I didn’t feel it but I heard it,” one person wrote on the Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page. “It was the first one while I was awake! I honestly thought it was a plane or something.”
Weird and alarming facts about todays volcanic blast
THIS IS A DEVELOPING STORY… A tsunami has hit Tonga’s largest island, Tongatapu.. It reportedly sent waves flooding into the capital after an underwater volcano in the South Pacific exploded in a violent eruption on Saturday, sending a cloud of ash and gas steam into the air. Satellite imagery shows a massive ash cloud and … Read moreTsunami hit South Pacific island of Tonga following underwater volcanic eruption
Right now Australia is embroiled in political protests over COVID lockdowns (the government there is actually barring media outlets from filming the crowd from helicopters!) The governmenwt has suspended all construction for 2 weeks.. that will cause some issues now that more than a few places have been dealt damage from really puzzling earthquakes that … Read moreTHE LAND OF OZ HAS STRANGE SHAKING GOING ON
Authorities on a Spanish island warned Tuesday that more dangers lie ahead for residents, including earthquakes, lava flows, toxic gases, volcanic ash and acid rain. Several small earthquakes shook the island of La Palma in the Atlantic Ocean off northwest Africa on Tuesday, keeping nerves on edge after a volcanic eruption on Sunday. The island, … Read moreDrama on La Palma: Toxic gas, new rivers of molten lava endanger Spanish island
Scientists say a volcano in Spain’s Canary Islands has started to erupt after a week of building seismic activity. Spanish state broadcaster TVE shows a plume of black smoke shooting up over the Atlantic Ocean island of La Palma.. There are further indications from on the ground reporting and social media that the strong lava … Read moreEarth change drama on La Palma
The city of New Orleans is telling residents who evacuated ahead of Hurricane Ida to not return until further notice due to power outages and other damage. NOLA Ready, the city’s emergency preparedness office, sent a text alert to residents around 11 a.m., ahead of an 11:30 a.m. press conference from Mayor LaToya Cantrell.