RedskyNews Category: Global Meltdown Evidence

CO2 Indicates Yellowstone Is About To Blow

RAISED levels of carbon dioxide at America’s famous Yellowstone Park has prompted fears that the deadly volcano beneath is on the verge of a catastrophic explosion. Volcanoes are more likely to emit larger levels of CO2 in the lead up

Arsenic and Lead in Indiana’s Soil

After series of reported illnesses by the residents of East Chicago, Indiana, the Environmental Protection Agency has finally disclosed the cause of their health issues to be the heavy contamination in the area. The East Chicago Mayor, Anthony Copeland has

Siberia Quake Could Rip Europe & Asia Apart

A WAVE of unusual seismic activity has prompted fears that a catastrophic earthquake could be on its way to Siberia which could TEAR Europe and Asia apart. Scientists have predicted the earthquake could cause widespread devastation after more than 50

262 Foot Methane Crater Found In Siberia

The end of the world could be near, not because of a cosmic explosion or an asteroid attack, but because of methane. The discovery of the first mysterious crater and then two other large vents has led researchers to issue

Herbal Medicines Can Contain Toxic Metals

People who take unregulated complementary medicines are at a higher risk of being contaminated by heavy metals, a medical scientist has warned. Research from the Cooperative Research Centre for Contamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment (CRC CARE) reveals that

Euphrates Dries Up. ISIS Fight Over Water

The “Garden of Eden” is drying up this summer. Water levels in the fabled Mesopotamian marshes of southern Iraq have reached their lowest levels since Saddam Hussein substantially drained them in the 1990s to starve their inhabitants. The reason is

Blood Rain Falls On India

Video: Red rain in India was a phenomenon observed sporadically from 25 July to 23 September 2001 in the southern state of Kerala. Heavy downpours occurred in which the rain was primarily red, staining clothes and appearing like blood. It

Millions In China Face Arsenic Poisoning

Nearly 20 million people in China live in areas at high risk of arsenic contamination in their water supplies, according to a study published recently. The Chinese government has labelled arsenic contamination, which it first diagnosed in China in the

Chinese Ban Toxic Anglesey Crab Imports

Chinese officials have banned imports of Anglesey brown crabs over fears they contain dangerous toxins. The Centre for Food Safety (CFS) has announced all trade or selling of the meat should stop immediately because of high levels of the element

Turkish Lake Turns Blood Red

A massive algae bloom has turned Turkey’s Tuz Gola lake blood red, ABC News reports. The popular salt lake has turned red courtesy of a large bloom of Dunaliella salinas algae. This type of algae is predominantly found in sea

Mega Quake & Tsunami To Hit Pacific Northwest

Experts have raised alarm that a major devastating earthquake is due to hit the U.S. Pacific Northwest, causing massive devastation from Sacramento to Portland, Seattle, and Tacoma, with loss of thousands of lives and displacement of millions. The doomsday prediction

Two Headed Calf Born In Peru

A two-headed calf born in Peru has divided villagers wondering if it is a good or a bad omen from God. Some believe that the calf, born in the north western Cajamarca region, was sent by the almighty as a

Siberia’s Permafrost Is Exploding

Temperatures are warming faster in the Arctic than anywhere else on Earth, at twice the rate of the global average. In northern Canada, it hasn’t been this warm in at least 44,000 years, according to our best estimates. That means

Super Volcano Toba Comes To Life

Indonesia’s Toba super volcano – the site of the world’s largest volcanic lake in Sumatra –came alive late last month, producing hot steam and foul smelling gas. The recent activity has raised fears of a major eruption. Toba Volcano, according

Giant Locusts Decimate Russian Crops

A horrifying swarm made up of millions of locusts the size of ‘small sparrows’ have decimated crops across southern Russia as farmers look on helplessly. The swarm – the worst invasion in years – has already eaten its way through

Water In Peru Contains Arsenic

DESAGUADERO, Peru — In the middle of September in 2007, a meteorite saved the people of Carancas, Peru. When a chunk of space rock bested the atmosphere and tumbled earthward, it terrified Peruvian locals with its violent entrance of flame