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November 28, 2012

Lu Zhenghai and his ark to "survive the apocalypse"


Lu Zhenghai , a Chinese working against the clock to build an ark to save himself intended ark global.El a cataclysm, a fairly modest imitation of saving humanity in the movie 2012, is 21 meters long, 5.15 wide and 5.6 tall and has cost its creator, Lu Zhenghai, one million yuan (about 160,000 U.S. dollars).

The "Ark of Lu" is now in the northern region of China, Xinjiang, near Central Asia, precisely one of the most remote places on earth sea, reported the South China Morning Post.Science graduate and lives in a modest apartment in the area, Lu has problems of lack of time and budget: after having spent two years in construction, recognizes that he needs at least another million yuan to finish.

Lu Zhenghai  is not the first Chinese that appears in the media believe their country for alleged prophecies mayas.Hace a month, an entrepreneur named Yang Zongfu introduced another system to "survive the apocalypse" spheres consisting of four meters in diameter and weighing six tons able to welcome people inside and withstand large shocks, falls and has received several orders cataclismos.Yang your particular "ark", which reportedly costs and half a million yuan (about $ 240.000).

Mayan priests pray for 'Apocalypse'

Seven guides Mayan prayers raise against the "sacred fire" in the Great Square of Guatemalan archaeological site of Quirigua, hoping that the start of a new era in the Mayan calendar.

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Insurance companies refuse to cover the 'End of the world'

In Latvia insurance companies refuse to provide coverage against the end of the world in all its manifestations, as the arrival of a fictional deity as Cthulhu as-say-"the doomsday damages are difficult to assess." A month before the supposed end of the world according to the Mayan calendar cycle, some organizers of a festival made an unusual request to an insurance agency in Latvia, reports Apollo.lv.

The client wanted to insure against alien abductions or interruption in the time space continuum, they argued, could suffer festival goers. The Russian market also is willing to offer this type of product. "You can ask the Russian insurance company to ensure the risk of so-called end of the world. The question is, if the end of the world comes, who is going to pay and what they need? "He told newsru.com. Ilya Solomatin, vice president of the Russian insurer Ingosstrakh. In some European countries the supply of insurance is not regulated by the authorities, and the customer can insure against anything.

In Russia the rules are strict and are subject to licensing, so apply for insurance against the end of the world would be impossible for the law. The leading European insurers are offering exotic products. For example, Lloyd's of London offers men insurance to 1.8 million if they lose hair on his chest in an accident. U.S. companies offer insurance in case of Immaculate Conception, loss of sense of humor, or loss of attraction. The 'end of the world' has become a sort of trend where many try to cash in one way or another.

There are several options to make it a lucrative business, such as selling bunkers or survival courses posapocalípticas conditions, etc.. According to a recent Reuters poll, which surveyed people in 21 countries including USA, one in seven people think the world will end life and one in 10 think will happen in 2012. The December 21 date represents the end of a cycle in the Mayan calendar, which begins in the year 3114 BC.

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The end of the world will come, but not in 2012

Patriarch Filaret of Kiev , head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, confirmed that the apocalypse will come, but stressed that it will be December 21, 2012, and named for the reasons many researchers. According to the Patriarch is called 'Second Coming', or the 'Judgment Day', the day that, according to Christian belief, all humans will stand before God and be judged according to their works.

"The apocalypse will come accompanied by the increasing number of cataclysms, famine, wars and other catastrophes. However, it is caused by natural causes or by the end of the Mayan calendar, but by the moral decay of humanity, "said Filaret. The decline will lead arrival of the Antichrist, who will dominate the world for three and a half years, after which it will be defeated by the forces of Jesus Christ, he said.

 Drawing on extracts from the Bible, the Patriarch insisted that you can not avoid the end of the world, or predict the date of arrival, so that predictions about it are merely "false prophecies." Filaret's remarks come amid an uproar about the supposed end of the world, according to the Mayan calendar, will take place on December 21 this year.

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November 7, 2012

7.4 Earthquake Guatemala Tsunami Warning Issued 11-7-2012

A strong earthquake off the coast of Guatemala on Wednesday shook buildings in Guatemala City and San Salvador and was felt as far away as Mexico City, Reuters witnesses said.Firefighters said eight people were injured when a building collapsed in San Marcos, 101 miles west-southwest of the capital, but there were no immediate reports of fatalities.Landslides were blocking roads in some areas, they added.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said there was no widespread tsunami threat from the quake, which occurred at 10:35 a.m. (1635 GMT).The magnitude 7.4 quake struck off the Central American nation's Pacific coast, 15 miles south of Champerico, Guatemala, near the border with Mexico, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

The epicenter was 26 miles (42 km) below th surface, according to the USGS. It initially reported the quake as magnitude 7.5.A Reuters witness in Guatemala City said people were evacuating residences in parts of the capital, and firefighters and rescue workers were on alert.

"It was really big, I felt quite nauseous," said secretary Vanessa Castillo, 32, who was evacuated from her 10th-floor office in Guatemala City.Hundreds of people were on the streets making phone calls to friends and family.

Office workers were also hurrying out of buildings in Mexico City. Mayor Marcelo Ebrard said the quake was felt strongly in a large part of the city of 20 million people."There are evacuations in various parts of the city," he said via Twitter.

Guatemala HIT With Earthquake, 7.5 Magnitude 10 Dead So Far

A strong earthquake struck off the Pacific coast of Guatemala Wednesday morning, rocking the capital and shaking buildings as far away as Mexico City and El Salvador. Guatemala's emergency management agency said on its Twitter account that it had received preliminary reports of one death from the quake.

The U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said there was a possibility of a local tsunami, within 100 or 200 miles of the epicenter, but it was not issuing an immediate warning for the broader region. The magnitude-7.4 quake, about 20 miles deep, was centered about 15 miles off the coastal town of Champerico and about 100 miles southwest of Guatemala City.

Nicaragua's disaster management agency said it had issued a local tsunami alert, but there were no immediate reports of a tsunami on the country's Pacific coast.People fled buildings in Guatemala City, in Mexico City and in the capital of the Mexican state of Chiapas, across the border from Guatemala.

Breaking news : 7.3 Earthquake in Guatemala leaves 39 dead

A strong earthquake has shaken Tuesday the Pacific coast of Guatemala, Mexico and El Salvador. With a magnitude of 7.2 on the Richter scale, the north-west of Guatemala has borne the brunt. There are at least 39 dead, 15 trapped under the rubble, rescue work in which the bodies of emergencies, and 100 people missing, reported the president of Guatemala, Otto Perez, in a message to the nation through radio and television.

The Seismological Institute reported that the duration of the earthquake was over 30 seconds and that its epicenter was in the Pacific Guatemala. The president, who appeared accompanied by his Defense Minister Ulises Anzueto, and Interior, Mauricio Lopez Bonilla, said that the earthquake is "the most intense since the earthquakes that February 4, 1976 rocked Guatemala" that took the lives of 23,000 people and left more than 1 million homeless.

The authorities have declared a red alert across the country. Perez has insisido where data are still provisional because of the damage sustained by the telephone network and roads, which complicated communications. The interior minister added that 98 prisoners from the jail in San Marcos have been moved to Quetzaltenango for the significant damage suffered criminal structure.

The province has been the hardest hit of San Marcos, which borders Mexico. There are many houses have collapsed and a school. Eight people, including teachers and students have had to be taken to hospital by emergency services working in the area. According to official information, the other departments that have been damaged and are Quetzaltenando Solola, in the indigenous highlands, and Guatemala, in the center of the country.

The quake, recorded at 10.35 local time (16.35 GMT), was centered about 200 kilometers southwest of Guatemala City off the beaches of Champerico, in the southern department of Retalhuleu. Soon after, Nicaragua has issued a tsunami alert and requested the evacuation of coastal areas.

Study reveals that our bodies can predict the future

Our bodies know that an important event will happen before it happens, as attempts to demonstrate a new U.S. study. The investigation is being conducted Julia Mossbridge, Northwestern University (USA), Patrizio Tressoldi, University of Padova (Italy), and Jessica Utts, University of California (USA).

In his essay published in the journal Science Frontiers of Perception 'scientists say that when comparing the results of 26 different purebas, could see that ordinary people can "predict" that something extraordinary will happen.

During these experiments, participants were shown a series of images, of which some were neutral and others had to stimulate the nervous system (eg, strike fear in those who see them).While watching the reactions of the participants, such as dilated pupils, heart rate, blood circulation and brain activity, the researchers found that subjects sensed the emergence of something exciting about 10 seconds before actually happened.

"For example, if you work in the bag and put much money in the shares of the same company who suddenly lose their value, should have a nasty feeling about 10 seconds before it happens," said Julia Mossbridge in an interview to the portal LiveScience. The work does not claim that everyone is like a medium with supernatural powers, but has this physical capacity determined by the laws of nature.

Mikhail Levin warns of ominous day of the 2012

Astrologers and shamans Russians reject any possibility that the 21 December this year will reach the end of the world. At the same time, some propose its own date as "darkest day of the year."

In the opinion of Mikhail Levin astrologer, predicting the apocalypse for 21 is "an absolute delirium." According to him, is totally false premise that the planets will align this day: "There will be no 'parade' of planets. The last time was in 1982, but there was no global catastrophe. "

Although this will be another day, the expert points out that we should not relax, since Pluto is closer to the Sun in late December, and it always marks a hard period, suitable for the occurrence of injuries and accidents of all kinds.

The most dangerous day of the year is Dec. 28, when habráluna also fills in heaven.
But our world is not going to die that day, says the astrologer, but proposes the population not leave home to be safer.

Siberian Shamans also expect the apocalypse to occur in the near future. According Hagdáev Valentine, who recently discussed the issue with colleagues in Latin America at a forum in Mexico, everyone is very funny attitude Europeans "tend to exaggerate everything."

Much has been written about the legend that speaks of the coming end of the world on December 21 of this year, and that on this date ends the Mayan calendar famous discovered by archaeologists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) in a carved stone near the ruins of Comalcalco, in the southern state of Tabasco, Mexico. However, this theory has been disproved repeatedly by scientists.

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