End Times Weather Alert: Major Volcanic Eruptions in Russia And The Philippines

 

(TRUNEWS) Two of the world’s most deadly volcano’s erupted within minutes of each other today, Mount Egon in Kupang, Eastern Indonesia, and Zhupanovsky on Russia’s eastern coast.

Both volcanoes, though thousands of miles apart, are on the edge of the same tectonic plate – The Philippine Sea Plate – which has sparked fears among neighboring nations of follow on seismic shifts, volcanic activity, earthquakes and tsunamis. Continue reading

Earthquake fault heightens California tsunami threat, experts say

The earthquake fault cuts through the heart of Ventura’s quaint downtown, past the ornate hilltop City Hall and historic Spanish-era mission before heading into the Pacific Ocean.

For decades, some seismic experts believed the Ventura fault posed only a moderate threat and was incapable of producing a major temblor.

But research in recent years shows that the fault is extremely dangerous, capable of producing an earthquake as large as magnitude 8 as well as severe tsunamis that until now experts didn’t believe were possible from a Southern California quake.

Such a big earthquake on the fault estimated to occur every 400 to 2,400 years, experts said. The last sizable quake on the Ventura area hit about 800 years ago. Large temblors occur on this fault less frequently than on the San Andreas fault, which has long been considered the state’s most dangerous. Continue reading