Sulawesi Indian Tsunami 2018: Mass burials to begin as Indonesia toll tops 1,200

PALU, INDONESIA – The death toll from Indonesia’s quake and tsunami disaster nearly doubled to 1,200 on Sunday (Sept 30) and was expected to rise further, prompting authorities to announce mass burials in a desperate attempt to stave off disease.

NASA HAS DISCOVERED ARCTIC LAKES BUBBLING WITH METHANE—AND THAT’S VERY BAD NEWS

Lakes across Alaska and Siberia have started to bubble with methane, and the release of this highly potent greenhouse gas has scientists worried. Last month NASA released footage showing the bubbling Arctic lakes, which are the result of a little

Sulawesi Indonesia Tsunami 2018: Every building destroyed in tiny fishing village

On Friday afternoon, Andi Rainaldi and his wife Flarahanie sat down to a meal of fried banana with extended family at Boya, a tiny waterside village in Donggala in Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi. That was until the magnitude-7.5 earthquake struck around

Trump administration rolls back methane pollution rule

The Trump administration is rolling back Obama-era standards to limit planet-warming methane pollution from oil and gas operations on federal lands. Environmental advocates said retracting the regulation would contribute to global warming and cause more smog-forming pollution that can cause

Canary Islands La Palma volcano gets ready to blow sparking emergency response

THE Canary Island of La Palma has been hit by another flurry of earthquakes once again prompting fears the deadly Cumbre Vieja could erupt – just four months after scientists recorded a swarm of more than 200 tremors. The Spanish

Sulawesi Indonesia Tsunami 2018: Death toll passes 800, ‘could rise into thousands’

The toll from an earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia soared on Sunday to 832 confirmed dead, with authorities fearing it will only climb as rescuers struggle to reach outlying communities cut off from communications and help. Dozens of people were

Arsenic In Drinking Water Threatens Up To 60 Million In Pakistan

It has been called the largest mass poisoning in history. After wells were drilled in Bangladesh and the rest of the Indian subcontinent in the 1970s, millions of people have been exposed to arsenic in drinking water. When leached into

Yellowstone Gets ready To Blow

Yellowstone National Park has been hit by more than 1,200 earthquakes in the span of just a month, seismologists say. The Grand Prismatic hot spring is among the park’s many hydrothermal features created by the super volcano Most of the

Mega-Tsunami Wave Will Wipe Out New York and Miami at ANY TIME:

A DEVASTATING 150-foot tsunami could strike the east coast of America at any moment, a top scientist has warned. New York, Boston and Miami could all be struck by the monster wave, while Central and South American tourist hotspots like

Locusts Invade Homes In Trinidad

Red-winged locusts, which are synonymous with a biblical plague, continue to breed and multiply in the Point Fortin district even as residents await the Insect Vector Control Division of the Agriculture Ministry to do more to kill the hungry pests.