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Meteorite in Wisconsin 04-2010 ....Volcano Eruption in Iceland .....Earthquake California Apr ....2010...Earthquake Rattles China

Is anyone getting the Hint? "Signs in the skies and weather"

(Aside from 911 and all the other signs- what is God Himself saying?)

The world has seen a sharp increase in natural disasters, from around 100 per year reported in the early 1960s, to 500 to 800 per year beginning in the year 2000. A more than a 500% increase per year in world wide disasters since the 1960s!

December 2004 A magnitude 9.0 earthquake triggered tsunamis across Asia
The world's most powerful earthquake in more than 40 years struck deep under the Indian Ocean on December 26, triggering massive tsunamis that obliterated cities, seaside communities and holiday resorts, killing tens of thousands of people in a dozen countries.

September 2005 Hurricane Katrina was one of the strongest storms to impact the coast of the United States during the last 100 years. With sustained winds during landfall of 140 mph (a strong category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale) and minimum central pressure the third lowest on record at landfall (920 mb), Katrina caused widespread devastation along the central Gulf Coast states of the US. Cities such as New Orleans, LA, Mobile, AL, and Gulfport, MS bore the brunt of Katrina's force and will need weeks and months of recovery efforts to restore normality.

October 2005 MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan — Shopkeepers clashed with looters Monday, and hungry families huddled under tents while waiting for relief supplies after Pakistan's worst earthquake razed entire villages and buried roads in rubble. Death toll estimates ranged from 20,000 to 30,000.
The United Nations said more than 2.5 million people were left homeless by Saturday's 7.6-magnitude quake, and doctors warned of an outbreak of disease unless more relief arrives soon.Displaced Liberians wait in Belefanai, the town on the border between Lofa and Bong county. They must go through rigorous army scrutiny on the Lofa side of the bridge separating the two counties.

October 2005 West Virginina, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, and North Dakota have all experienced flooding recently. UMCOR staff have been in communication with the annual conferences' disaster response workers, and they are in various stages of clean up and recovery. In West Virginia, they are waiting for the waters to recede before it will be known exactly how many people have been affected. The Methodist Church of Puerto Rico has been distributing food vouchers and helping with clean up efforts from the floods there. The Puerto Rican churches and agencies are meeting in the next few days to develop plans for rebuilding and long-term recovery. UMCOR recently sent an emergency grant following the tornado in Hoisington, Kansas where recovery efforts are underway and they are beginning to rebuild. Your ongoing support of UMCOR's Domestic Disaster Response, Advance #901670 enables UMCOR to respond to these and other disasters.

Oct 5, 2005 — SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador Hurricane Stan knocked down trees, ripped roofs off homes and washed out bridges in southeastern Mexico, but it was the storms it helped spawn that were far more destructive, killing more than 65 people in Central America.

Indonesia bird flu fears mount Young children are often the victims, leaving families distraught
At least 13 Indonesians are suspected to be suffering from bird flu, as fears of a major outbreak mounted. Tests are also being carried out on three children who died this week after they showed symptoms of the disease. Four Indonesians have been confirmed to have died from the H5N1 strain of the virus, which has already killed dozens of people across Asia.
Indonesian officials urged people not to panic, saying there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission. Health officials fear that if the virus combines with the human influenza virus, it could become highly infectious and lead to a global flu pandemic.

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Might Jesus return in 2011?


Partial List of Major Disasters Since 2000


60,000? Dead 2.5 million people effected12 May 2008 China: A major earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter Scale An additional 102,103 people were injured; 12,300 people buried in rubble; and 13,400 people have been pulled out alive from the debris. 571,400 houses have collapsed and 279,900 houses destroyed in the provinces of Sichuan, Gansu, Shaanxi, Chongqing,

40,000 ? Dead Approx. Myanmar cyclone


3,000 Dead 18 Bangladesh Cyclone


6,000 Dead. Indonesia Java quake 20,000 people have been hurt and 200,000 left homeless.

1,000 Dead Feb.16 Philippines Mud wipes out village,


1,400 Dead Oct.9 Guatemala Slide

1,836 Dead Aug 29 Hurricane Katrina

1,000 Dead Jul.31 Mumbai Flood


212,000 Dead Dec.26 Aceh 9.0 Quake leaves

1000 Dead Nov.30 Philippines Storm

70,000 Dead 2004 Oct.17 Darfur Report:

1,050 Dead Sep.22 Haiti Hurricane Jeanne


28,000 Dead Dec.25 Iran Earth quake 2

10,000 dead France in heat wave


1,800 Sep.27 Senegal Ferry Sinks

2,000 Dead May.21 Algeria Earth Quake


3,000 Dead Sept 11 2001 U.S. Terrorist attack

30,000 Dead Jan.26 Gujarat 7.9 Earthquake


For a detailed list see: http://www.reliefweb.int


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