Wellington - A mass of small volcanic rocks nearly the size of Belgium has been discovered floating off the coast of New Zealand. The stretch of golf-ball-size pumice rocks was first spotted this week by a New Zealand air force plane about 1000 kilometers (620 miles) northeast of Auckland. The rocks stretch for about 26000 square kilometers (10000 square miles). www.sott.net Previously extinct volcano raised to 'eruption warning' level in Colombia: eruption would be first in recorded history theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com hisz.rsoe.hu National Guard: Giant sinkhole is growing in Louisiana — Tests for radioactive materials in air and water underway — Site used for oil and gas production (VIDEO) enenews.com TEPCO retrieves containment vessel lid from Fukushima Daiichi Reactor 4 www.youtube.com Mag. 6.3 Alaska EQ Tsunami UPDATE www.youtube.com Fukushima Radiation News Aug 10, 2012 IAEA-Little damage at Onagawa; A-bomb anniversary www.youtube.com


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