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Breaking News: Where Have All The Earthquakes Gone? The Big Wobble With Gary Walton 3/2717 Published on Mar 28, 2017 Today Gary will be discussing major earthquakes and will be asking the question. “Where did all the major quakes go?” With only 17 recorded this year, it's the lowest total by far this century! Gary will also be bringing news of the terrible events in Peru this last couple of weeks, along with reports of extreme weather from around the world, volcano activity mass animal die off, Spaceweather, our fragile environment, man-made disasters, disease and a report from England and the strange phenomena trumpet sounds returning on the streets of Nottingham. http://www.thebigwobble.org http://americanfreedomradio.com

Major Quakes
If proof was needed coronal holes on our Sun is the main quake and volcanic activity factor on Earth it's here! 2 major quakes and 3 volcano eruptions around Alaska's Aleutian Islands
If proof was needed Coronal holes on our Sun are the main quake and volcanic activity factor here on Earth well, it is happening right before our eyes
For the 3rd consecutive day, our planet is inside a stream of fast-moving solar wind flowing from a canyon-shaped Coronal hole in the sun's atmosphere. The gaseous material is pressing against Earth's magnetic field with speeds exceeding 700 km/second.

Extreme Weather
It's only March but heatwaves have begun to hit India with record equaling 43C 110F temperatures in a scary preview to how tortuous the 2017
In a scary preview to how tortuous the 2017 summer threatens to be, the mercury breached the 43-degree mark in at least four towns and cities.
In most cities across Gujarat, the temperature touched 43 degrees.
Deesa in Banaskantha was record-breaking hot at 43.4 degrees.
The hottest March day before this was in 2011 at 43 degrees.

Recent Volcano Activity
It last erupted 250 years ago: Footage of the volcano spewing ash 7,000 meters high as Russia's the Kambalny volcano is scaring the experts (Video)
The Kambalny volcano, located in the Yuzhno-Kamchatsky wildlife preserve in Kamchatka, showed activity on Saturday after first rumbling a day earlier, for the first time in around 250 years.

War On Terror
London terrorist attack: Two killed in Westminster 'terror' incident just yards from British Prime Minister Theresa May
Two people have died after a terror incident that saw a police officer stabbed and as many as a dozen people run over outside London's Parliament building on Wednesday.

Typhoons And Hurricanes
"Scariest thing I've ever gone through" wind gusts at 262 kph (163 mph) breaking windows: Cyclone Debbie hits Queensland a once-in-a-hundred year event!
Tropical Cyclone Debbie is making landfall across the coast of northeast Australia, packing sustained winds of 185 kph (114 mph) with gusts reaching more than 262 kph (163 mph).
The storm is lashing the Queensland coast with torrential rain, bringing about a significant flooding risk, meteorologists said.
The Category 4 cyclone is the equivalent of a Category 3 hurricane and is very slow-moving.

Animal Die Offs
Mass Death and Extinction of the Bees! Could be catastrophic to mankink within four years as many species have dropped by up to 90%
In just three years’ time the World will have lost two-thirds of all wild animals.
This amazing statistic from The Living Planet Index goes on: The number of wild animals living on Earth is set to fall by two-thirds by 2020, according to a new report, part of a mass extinction that is destroying the natural world upon which humanity depends.

Environment
Snakes and reptiles found dead overnight at Zoo Knoxville Tennessee: Unspecified "environmental cause" officials are calling it a "catastrophic loss."
Dozens of reptiles have mysteriously died inside a Tennessee zoo in less than a day in what officials are calling a "catastrophic loss."
Zoo Knoxville officials said 33 reptiles, mostly snakes, died inside one building between last Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning.

Disease
Avian flu now tightening its grip in The U.S. as Kentucky is the 4th southern state to confirm the virus as world wide pandemic continues to grow
Click on RSOE Alert map to enlarge, red squares indicate humans infected or dead
Kentucky is the 4th southern  state to confirm avian flu as the virus tightens its grip in the U.S.

Spaceweather
Sunspot Genesis surprises experts with rapid growth and two dark cores the size of Earth: Solar wind from the massive coronal hole to reach us later today
As reports came in this week that the sunspot count had reached a 7 year low Spacweather.com reports of a surprise region called Sunspot Genesis: It's a large sunspot and is growing in the sun's northern hemisphere.

Strange phenomena
The "Strange noises" are back! Strange 'alien' noises heard over the skies of Nottingham: People left baffled by the noises for years (Video)
Strange 'alien' noises heard over the skies of Nottingham Strange noises that can be described as trumpets or grinding metals has been heard over the streets of Nottingham.

Climate Change
Known as 'The end of the world' by Russian locals nearly 10,000 ground bubbles containing methane 1,000 times higher than surrounding air about to explode in Siberia
Last year, researchers in Siberia's remote Bely Island made the bizarre discovery that the ground had started bubbling in certain places, and was squishy under the locals' feet like jelly.

Man Made Disasters
Euphrates Dam warning of imminent "collapse" due to airstrikes that could submerge countless settlements on the banks of Euphrates River
Members of the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group have ordered the residents of their major urban stronghold in Syria to immediately evacuate the city of Raqqah, warning of imminent flash floods that could submerge countless settlements on the banks of Euphrates River due to failure in Tabqa Dam.

Refugee Crisis
Around 250 feared dead in new Med migrant boat sinkings
Around 250 African migrants are feared to have drowned in the Mediterranean after a rescue boat found two partially submerged rubber dinghies off Libya, a spokeswoman for the NGO which operates the vessel said Thursday.