On CNN this morning, as I watch to see what the daily dose of pablem will be, they showed pictures of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin airport…it was completely underwater! Then, another sinkhole…20 feet deep that swallowed a Cadillac Escalade…the driver was ok., the birth pangs continue…
God Bless you, LA for all that you do!
your sister in Christ Jesus,
Yes, several monumenal quakes over there. Thankfully, I didn’t see a Tsunami warning issued. Also, they have declared a state of emergency in Louisianna –gives the gov’t the rights to do whatever they want. As one of my FB friends said, ‘Think Katrina’. Those poor people. Below is one of the most ‘gass-roots’ articles about evacuating the Gulf States that I’ve read to date.
Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal declared the state of emergency back in April. The most recent declaration of SOE came from Gov. Barbour of Mississippi. Could these be what you are referring to and not a declaration from President Obama? In any case, I wonder if the governors’ declarations also apply to martial law rules as well as the Presidents? Just curious…..
In Christ Jesus,
Yes, I see I need to be more specific. My apologies.
“Governor Jindal Urges Louisianians to Get Prepared for Tropical Depression Bonnie”
“BELLE CHASSE (July 23, 2010) – Today, Governor Bobby Jindal traveled to the Plaquemines Parish Emergency Operations Center (EOC) where he met with Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association Executive Director Hal Turner, Parish President Billy Nungesser and first responders for an assessment of state and local preparations for Tropical Depression Bonnie…”
You can read more of this article at emergency.louisiana.gov:
Wow i was wondering why i was getting so many in my email i thought they were revisions
A series of four strong earthquakes spanning just over an hour struck the Philippines’ Moro Gulf on Saturday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Three of the four earthquakes had magnitudes between 7.3 and 7.4; the other came in at a 5.4 magnitude. The first quake struck at 6:08 a.m. (6:08 p.m. ET Friday) and the fourth hit at 7:15 a.m. The last quake ran the deepest at 616 (382 miles) kilometers.
The epicenters of the quakes were about 100 kilometers (62 miles) off the coastal city of Cotabato and roughly 950 kilometers (590 miles) southeast of Manila.
No tsunami warning was immediately issued for any of the quakes.
There were no reports of damage, said Rona Fields of the Philippines Coast Guard.
The world has indeed gone insane w/ this stuff. I applaud Ms. Keeton for her courage, though.
Wow. Universities are supposed to educate, to give knowledge. Knowledge happens when what is believed equates with what is TRUE. They should be all about finding the true things even if, upon finding a true thing, they must admit their error in teaching an untrue thing.
This has descended into total fantasy; time to quit.
A volcano in Eyjafjallajoekull, south-central Iceland, continued to erupt under an ice-sheet on Thursday, but fears it could unleash floods of meltwater have not yet been realized.
Vulcanologists said the location of the eruption, between the Eyjafjallajoekull and Myrdalsjoekull glaciers at a height of 3, 600 feet, meant that there was little likelihood of flooding as long as the erupting fissure did not extend beneath the glacier. The area, called Fimmvorduhals, lies on a popular walking path over the mountain pass.
Bad weather had hindered close filming until Wednesday morning, when it became apparent that the erupting fissure was about 550 yards long. Almost all the 600 people who were moved from their homes early on Sunday morning have been allowed to return, although inhabitants of 14 farms were still ordered to stay away.
There have been no injuries or damage to property so far. Previous eruptions in Eyjafjallajoekull have triggered eruptions in the volcano Katla some 12 miles to the east, but there have been no signs of any changes in the much more powerful Katla. Katla is beneath Myrdalsjoekull and an eruption there would cause widespread flooding from the melting of glacier ice.
A major eruption could also release a large amount of sulphur dioxide and volcanic ash into the atmosphere, with consequences for trans-Atlantic air traffic. The last eruption in Katla was in 1918, and the volcano typically erupts around every 50 – 80 years so one is ‘overdue’.