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Dark Thirty Radio – May 24th, 2016

Downing Of EgyptAir 804 Caused By Outer Space Interference? Two reports from Europe have come in with theories involving outer space interference for the downing of EgyptAir Flight 804. The first report comes from Turkey, where two airline pilots have claim they saw an object with green lights pass by their passenger jet, an hour before and 500 miles from where 804 went down. A second report coming from the Russian Ministry of Defense claims EgyptAir Flight 804 crashed due to the aircraft being struck by debris from a large meteorite. The Kanopus satellite observed the meteorite slamming into the...

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Residents Of A Mexican City Fear The Worst After Possible Meteor Explosion

Residents in a Mexican city awoke in terror as reports of a bright light in the sky followed by a thunderous noise lead to fears of the local volcano erupting. However, many witnesses suggest it was most likely a meteor, which caused windows to shake and a  loud explosion like sound to be reported. One witness reported “There was a light that shone for a couple of seconds like it was daytime and then there was tremendous thunder.” while another stated “We thought it was an earthquake, but it wasn’t. We were truly terrified.” Officials said Popocatepetl volcano had not...

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Ground In Los Angeles Moving Sideways!

A bizarre event took place in Los Angeles, CA Saturday (11/21/15), as the ground began moving sideways in slow-motion, and rising 15-feet in a mere 4-hours. The roads in some areas were destroyed, which took down utility poles and wrecked infrastructure. The two mile stretch of Vasquez Canyon Road was closed until further notice. “It is important to note that, according to the US Geological Survey, no earthquakes have taken place during this time, to account for this type of land deformation. About 3 hours later [began 12:08pm], at 3:36 PM, the road had become clearly deformed from ground movement; yet there is...

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Fukushima Exclusion Zone Photos- 4 Years Later

Fukushima Exclusion Zone Photos- 4 Years Later On Friday, 11 March 2011, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and subsequent major tsunami struck Japan with devastating force. Along with the damage from strong seismic action, flooding, and winds, the inadequately prepared Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant complex suffered multiple meltdowns in the following days. Recently, photographer Arkadiusz Podniesinski returned to the restricted zone, capturing and annotating the changes in the region. Reclamation crews have been busy, removing debris and replacing ruined structures. Contaminated topsoil is being laboriously removed.   Reclamation crews repair damage to buildings in the Fukushima exclusion zone (A. Podniesinski/Disclose.tv) In some places,  Nature...

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TSUNAMI ALERT UPDATE – GMT-6 11:38 PM (US Central Time)

TSUNAMI ALERT UPDATE – GMT-6 11:38 PM (US Central Time) A tsunami watch is still in effect for California. Local estimates show that waves will arrive in California by about 4:46 a.m. in Newport Beach and arrive a minute later in the Port of Los Angeles. By 5:06 a.m., the tsunami is estimated to arrive in Santa Barbara, and by 5:10 a.m., in Port San Luis. Waves appear to be getting stronger in most recent reports. Dark Matter News will try to provide hourly updates as new USGS and NOAA information is made available. UPDATES ——- * UPDATED OBSERVATIONS …THE TSUNAMI ADVISORY REMAINS...

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BREAKING: CALIFORNIA ADDED TO TSUNAMI ADVISORY

In addition to a watch issued for the State of Hawaii, this message was just issued from the National weather service for coastal California, following the 8.3 magnitude earthquake which occurred earlier off the coast of Chile: TSUNAMI ADVISORY IN EFFECT FOR… * THE COASTAL AREAS OF CALIFORNIA FROM SAN ONOFRE STATE BEACH CALIFORNIA /WHICH IS LOCATED 45 MILES SE OF L.A./ TO RAGGED POINT CALIFORNIA /WHICH IS LOCATED 50 MILES NW OF SAN LUIS OBISPO/ California coastal residents are urged to stay tuned in to local news stations for advisories from NOAA and civil defense. NOAA Tsunami Alert on...

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BREAKING: TSUNAMI WATCH ISSUED FOR HAWAII POST 8.3 CHILEAN QUAKE

BREAKING: TSUNAMI WATCH ISSUED FOR HAWAII POST 8.3 MAGNITUDE CHILEAN EARTHQUAKE (USGS) An 8.3 magnitude earthquake was just reported off the coast of Chile at 22:54:33 (UTC) prompting an immediate tsunami watch to be issued for the State of Hawaii. Officials from NOAA have issued this statement: THE ESTIMATED TIME OF ARRIVAL OF THE INITIAL WAVE IS 0311 AM HST THU 17 SEP 2015 FURTHER MESSAGES WILL BE ISSUED HOURLY OR SOONER AS CONDITIONS WARRANT UNTIL THE THREAT TO HAWAII HAS PASSED. The first wave could arrive around 3:00 AM local time for Hawaii residents, though NOAA does not expect a major event...

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Update: Chilean Earthquake and Tsunami Footage

Chilean Earthquake Footage As we stay up with you all though the morning providing updates on the current situation in the Pacific, we have compiled a list of footage from the 8.2 magnitude earthquake which rocked Chile Wednesday evening, setting a chain reaction of waves scheduled to reach landfall in California as early as 04:46 AM Pacific local time. So far five people have died, with multiple injured in the event. Over one million residents have been evacuated due to flooding, with 15 foot waves reported in Conquimbo. Watch: We will stay with our readers throughout the morning as updates roll...

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Tsunami Watch – Latest Report

Tsunami Watch – Latest Report A tsunami watch is still in effect for California. Local estimates still show that waves will arrive in California by about 4:46 a.m. in Newport Beach and arrive a minute later in the Port of Los Angeles. By 5:06 a.m., waves are estimated to arrive in Santa Barbara, and by 5:10 a.m., in Port San Luis. ***Update*** According to the latest NOAA reports, the tsunami still appears to be between 1-3 feet in height, with many reports listing it as less than one foot. California is still in a watch for this event which was set-off by an...

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TSUNAMI ALERT UPDATE – GMT-6 02:41 AM (US Central Time)

TSUNAMI ALERT UPDATE – GMT-6 02:41 AM (US Central Time) A tsunami watch is still in effect for California. Local estimates still show that waves will arrive in California by about 4:46 a.m. in Newport Beach and arrive a minute later in the Port of Los Angeles. By 5:06 a.m., waves are estimated to arrive in Santa Barbara, and by 5:10 a.m., in Port San Luis. ***Update*** New data sets added. Waves still variable in strength. Most recent data from markers closer to earthquake epicenter show smaller waves, as tsunami passes further away. Largest recorded waves just over 15 ft. in height. As...

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Update: Tsunami Escalates as First Waves Measured in Galapagos

Update: Tsunami Escalates as First Waves Measured in Galapagos A tsunami watch is still in effect for California. Local estimates still show that waves will arrive in California by about 4:46 a.m. in Newport Beach and arrive a minute later in the Port of Los Angeles. By 5:06 a.m., waves are estimated to arrive in Santa Barbara, and by 5:10 a.m., in Port San Luis. ***Update*** New data sets have been added from buoys around the Galapagos islands. So far, preliminary reports show waves escalating back up to over 2 ft above normal, though waves are still variable in strength. Largest recorded waves...

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Semi-liquid Rock to Blame For Unexplained Earthquakes

Scientists have been trying to determine why there are weird Earthquakes taking place in areas that are not on tectonic plate boundaries. In recent findings by the University of Southern California, a former mystery pertaining to unexplained Earthquakes now has evidence to confirm the source of the activity. New findings recently published in Nature magazine by a USC scientist says that mantle flow is a large contributor to earthquakes within the interior of tectonic plates. A large mountain belt in California which runs North to South was used to detect underground activity and the research corroborates well with the activity...