Apr 222017
 

 

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We are within days of North Korea conducting it’s 6th nuclear test. The water in the tunnel has been pumped out. The Carl Vinson is approaching. The nuclear device has been moved into its testing location.

It will be it’s most powerful explosion yet, as much as 16x times more powerful then previously, demonstrating that it has achieved thermonuclear capability.

The brash leader will not halt his nuclear program under any circumstances.

We urge China to take direct military action to reverse the course of this rogue nation before it is too late.

Mar 292013
 

It what was an apparent attempt at intimidation,  a North Korean MIG-21 flew within 12-30 miles of the South Korean TAL  (Tactical Action Line) and then returned to its base. The TAL is a virtual line designated by the South Korean military 12-30 miles north of the DMZ. If the line is crossed, South Korea will scramble its jets to challenge any intruder.  Reports do not indicate whether the MIG-21 was challenged. This comes within 24 hours after North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un ordered his military leadership to put their rockets on standby to be launched against the U.S. mainland and U.S. bases in Guam, Japan and Hawaii. Photos showing Kim Jong-Un planning attacks against U.S. forces indicated Washington D.C. was also a target.

May 202012
 

2 large earthquakes struck around the planet last night and today. Last night shortly after 10pm (EDT), a 6.0 earthquake hit Northern Italy followed by another 5 earthquakes ranging from 4-5.1 magnitude in intensity in the same area. 7 were reported killed along with significant structural damage was reported. A 6.0 magnitude earthquake struck off Honshu, Japan at half past 3 AM (EDT) today followed by 4 additional quakes in the 5+ magnitude range. There was also a smaller swarm of tremblers ranging in size from 2+ to 3+ in the Baja, California region.

Tonight we also have the special treat of a full solar eclipse tonight beginning around 9pm (PDT) which will unfortunately be missed in the Eastern U.S. but seen to some degree by almost everyone else.