Bless you brothers & sisters for tuning in once again for the Rapture End Time News Report for December 31, 2012. This will be the last report for this year.7
And Yes, Earthquakes, The Fuse That Ignites Volcanoes, Have Increased Worldwide
1. Earthquakes and Volcanic eruptions have always been closely related. For instance, if you look at a map of quakes worldwide and compare it to a map of volcanoes, you’ll find that they match closely.
2. In slightly more complicated ways, magma is generated at most plate boundaries, and this magma rises to the surface to form volcanoes.
3. In recent weeks, earthquakes have exponentially increased in magnitude worldwide, worrying some researchers as they provide the fuse that ignites volcanoes.
4. The movement of magma within a volcano causes earthquakes, usually small ones. Earthquakes are also caused by adjustments to the flanks of volcanoes and the plates under volcanoes.
5. Current graphs clearly show an alarming worldwide trend of increasing earthquake strength and frequency. These results are in agreement with the USGS statistics page, which shows an increase in the frequency of stronger earthquakes M 5.0. There are an estimated 1,500 active volcanoes around the world, 50 to 60 erupt every year, spewing steam, ash, gas and lava. MORE:http://guardianlv.com/2012/12/earthquakes-the-fuse-that-ignites-volcanoes-have-increased-worldwide/
6. According to the Costa Rican Volcanology and Seismology Observatory, after the magnitude 7.6 earthquake which occurred on September 5th, 2012, the country registered the highest level of earthquake activity it has seen in 62 years. The strongest earthquakes in Costa Rican history occurred in 1950 in Nicoya, with a 7.8 magnitude quake, followed by the 2012 earthquake that occurred in the same area, of a 7.6 magnitude. After the September 5th earthquake, it was reported 75 earthquakes that were felt by residents during the 4 months after the main event. 2010 saw a total of 6,245 earthquakes, in 2011 there were 5,483, and in 2012 the total was 11,049. MORE:http://insidecostarica.com/2012/12/31/costa-rica-saw-most-seismic-activity-in-past-62-years-during-2012/
7. Japan had experienced a little over 3,000 noticeable earthquakes in 2012, nearly 60 percent of them aftershocks from last year’s massive tremor that devastated the country’s northeast, Japanese media reported on Monday. Quoting the Japan Meteorological Agency, it was reported that a total of 3,134 quakes had been felt across Japan until Sunday (December 30) which is about 1,000 more than the annual average from 2001 to 2010. An analysis of seismic waves indicates that there were more than 10,000 noticeable quakes in 2011. While the number of quakes decreased from that of last year, seismologists continue to monitor frequent seismic activity. They urged people to be on the alert for possible strong quakes with a magnitude of at least 7 or those triggering tsunami. The March 11, 2011 quake and the tsunami it triggered had left more than 15,000 people dead or missing besides wreaking havoc in Japan’s northeast, including the meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant that leaked radiation forcing the evacuation of more than 160,000 residents. MORE:http://www.rttnews.com/2030187/over-3000-noticeable-quakes-hit-japan-in-2012.aspx?type=gn&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=sitemap
Have a blessed New Years eve I pray you and your family will have a blessed 2013. Maranatha!
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