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Comment by Yamkin 3 hours ago

Massive Waterspout strikes Taiwan; residents are shocked & amazed

People in Pingtung, a county in southern Taiwan near Kaohsiung, were shocked as a rare 50-story tall waterspout swept across the riverbank yesterday afternoon. It lasted for around 20 minutes in Ligang District, 10-15 km north of the city centre of Pingtung. Authorities said roofs of more than ten houses were ripped off. The waterspout also displaced a 40-feet container by at least 10 meters. Trees were uprooted and power lines were downed. Fortunately no one was injured in this incident.

Waterspouts and tornadoes are formed when the air is unstable with high-level wind shear. On average, 1-2 tornadoes are reported annually in Taiwan. Waterspouts are rare.
Meanwhile, Typhoon Matmo is forecast to impact the country on Tuesday and Wednesday. “Land Typhoon Warning” may be issued on Tuesday. When that occurs the threat for Tornadoes will once again be in place as is often the case with landfalling Typhoons.

Affected region in Pingtung, Taiwan
Comment by Yamkin 3 hours ago

Over 5.5 million people affected by largest typhoon to hit China in 40 years

The Red Cross Society of China deployed emergency teams and mobilised relief supplies to help communities battered by Super Typhoon Rammasun, described as the severest storm to hit the country in more than 40 years.

“We have to start supporting the affected communities to recover and reconstruct their homes now, although our own premises are also in a mess; the roof and windows were broken by strong winds. The water and electricity has been cut off in most places. Houses collapsed; uprooted trees are lying on the street and need to be cleared, “ said Xiao Dan, spokesperson for the Red Cross branch in Hainan Province.

17 dead and millions affected

Chinese authorities said at least 17 people died and more than 5.57 million people are affected by the typhoon, which swept across the tropical island province of Hainan and brought torrential rains and violent winds as it crossed over to Guangdong and Guangxi provinces on the mainland. In the worst-affected province, Hainan, officials said more than 51,000 houses were destroyed.

“The tide rose much faster than we expected. After only half an hour, the water was up to one meter high and the whole island was overwhelmed,” a local resident, Chen Yijun, in Beigang, at the northern end of Hainan Island told Chinese state broadcaster CCTV.

As the storm system swept towards southern China from the Philippines, where it left more than 90 people dead, the Red Cross Society’s branches in Hainan and Guangxi activated their highest-level emergency procedures and deployed three Emergency Response Teams.

In order to support the population in the worst-hit provinces, the society mobilised nearly 5,000 family kits containing household items, thousands of quilts and jackets and more than 200 tents, as well as CNY 200,000/CHF29,000 worth of rice to help provide food for people displaced by the typhoon.

Red Cross relief teams

Red Cross emergency water rescue and relief teams worked alongside local authorities to reach cut off communities and as the storm receded, provincial branches immediately deployed assessment and coordination teams to the most affected areas.

As communities in the areas worst-affected by Rammasun began the lengthy clearing up operation, meteorologists warned that another storm system, Matmo, could be heading towards Taiwan and southeastern areas of Mainland China by around Wednesday 23rd July.

Southern parts of China and neighbouring southeast Asian countries are often hit by as many as 20 typhoons in the course of the summer and autumn months.

But climate researchers are concerned that warming oceans, due to the effect of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, could be playing a part in strengthening the impact of tropical storms.

Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago


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Depth: 6 km

Distances: 404 km N of Los Angeles, United States / pop: 3,792,621 / local time: 23:58:22.7 2014-07-21
185 km SE of Carson City, United States / pop: 55,274 / local time: 23:58:22.7 2014-07-21
98 km S of Hawthorne, United States / pop: 3,269 / local time: 23:58:22.7 2014-07-21
10 km E of Mammoth Lakes, United States / pop: 8,234 / local time: 23:58:22.7 2014-07-21

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Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago


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Depth: 2 km

Distances: 134 km E of Cairo, Egypt / pop: 7,734,614 / local time: 05:03:44.1 2014-07-22
19 km SE of Suez, Egypt / pop: 488,125 / local time: 05:03:44.1 2014-07-22

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Comment by Yamkin 12 hours ago



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Comment by Yamkin 12 hours ago

Mysterious sinkholes appear across Seoul, South Korea

Sinkholes have appeared across Seoul, raising safety concerns. Yet investigators are struggling to explain what exactly caused them.

After three sinkholes were found in Songpa, southern Seoul, where the Lotte World Tower is under construction, some others were found in other parts of the nation's capital.

The latest one yawned open Thursday in front of the National Assembly in Yeouido. The hole, about one meter wide and one meter deep, is only 2 meters away from another one, which was discovered last month.

The Yeongdeungpo Police Station immediately started an investigation as soon as the first one was found on June 19. However, what they have found so far is little.

"We do not know the cause yet," an officer from the police station told The Korea Times. "In cooperation with Seoul Metro and Seoul Metropolitan Government, we investigated the problem and only found that the holes have nothing to do with sewerage."

The officer said the investigators are now looking more into water supply facilities and communication pipelines.

Some part of a roadway near Jeungmi Station, western Seoul, also collapsed on June 17, creating a hole 1.5 meter wide and 1 meter deep. Officials from Gangseo Police Station are still trying to figure out what caused it.

A sinkhole refers to any hole in the ground created by erosion,drainage of water or human activity.

For the holes in Songpa, where the Lotte World Tower is being built,some experts believed that the construction is responsible for creating the sinkholes.

However, the explanation is not enough for those created in other parts of Seoul.

No major incidents caused by the holes have been reported.

Comment by Yamkin 19 hours ago


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Depth: 616 km

Distances: 100km (62mi) NNE of Ndoi Island, Fiji
369km (229mi) WNW of Nuku`alofa, Tonga
375km (233mi) ESE of Suva, Fiji
437km (272mi) SSE of Lambasa, Fiji
488km (303mi) ESE of Nadi, Fiji

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Comment by Yamkin yesterday

Massive sinkholes forces evacuations in Hernando County, Florida, USA

"I never even heard of a sinkhole back home in Ohio. You know what I'm saying? So, this is, ah, this is very scary. I just hope that's the end of it. And they can patch it up, and you all can go home, you know? " said Katie Carter.

Sinkholes are not unusual in this section of Hernando County.  Gloria Byrtek has had one.

"I sat at my table and I accidentally knocked my coffee cup off. And this crack was all the way from my kitchen to my dining room, through my sewing room and out the garage door."

This one big stands out and is not considered the norm. 

"When we got out here, it was about 25 yards by 25 yards wide, and 30 feet deep. And since then, it's gotten to be about 40 yards by 40 yards wide."

The sinkhole that caused several families to be evacuated Saturday, has not grown and that is good news to people who live in the neighborhood.

Comment by Yamkin yesterday


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Depth: 15 km

Distances: 478 km SW of La Paz, Bolivia / pop: 812,799 / local time: 20:21:25.7 2014-07-20
53 km W of Iquique, Chile / pop: 227,499 / local time: 20:21:25.7 2014-07-20

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Comment by Yamkin yesterday


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Depth: 10 km

Distances: 625 km E of Sapporo-shi, Japan / pop: 1,883,027 / local time: 03:32:41.3 2014-07-21
532 km SE of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia / pop: 176,484 / local time: 05:32:41.3 2014-07-21
91 km SE of Kuril'sk, Russia / pop: 1,719 / local time: 06:32:41.3 2014-07-21

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