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Istanbul Declaration On Natural Cataclysms

WORLD FORUM – INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS
“NATURAL CATACLYSMS AND GLOBAL PROBLEMS OF THE
MODERN CIVILIZATION” - GEOCATACLYSM-2011

19-21 September 2011, Istanbul, Turkey

“Istanbul Declaration On Natural Cataclysms”

 
Resolution Of World Forum

RESOLUTION OF WORLD FORUM – INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS
“NATURAL CATACLYSMS AND GLOBAL PROBLEMS OF THE

MODERN CIVILIZATION” - GEOCATACLYSM-2011

19-21 SEPTEMBER 2011, Istanbul, Turkey

 
STRANGE SOUNDS IN SKY EXPLAINED BY SCIENTISTS
Mr. Khalilov, what is the nature of the unusual very low-pitched sounds reported by a great number of people in different parts of the planet since the summer of 2011? Many call them “The Sound of the Apocalypse”. Information about that comes from all over the world: US, UK, Costa Rica, Russia, Czech Republic, Australia, etc.
 
Powerful Energy Release Emanating From The Earth’s Core Recorded

The International Geodynamic Monitoring System, a part of GNFE (London, UK), has registered on November 15, 2011 a powerful energy release emanating from the Earth’s core. The intense three-dimensional gravitational anomaly was almost simultaneously recorded by all ATROPATENA geophysical stations separated by vast distances from each other in the following cities: Istanbul (Turkey), Kiev (Ukraine), Baku (Azerbaijan), Islamabad (Pakistan) and Yogyakarta (Indonesia). According to GNFE President Professor Elchin Khalilov, the detailed analysis of ATROPATENA station records indicates a powerful energy release emanating from the Earth’s core. According to the scientist, this fact may herald intensification of geodynamic processes in our planet and as a result, a higher number of strong earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis.

 
Indonesia's Gamalama volcano erupts, thousands flee

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Mount Gamalama erupted to spew lava and ash on Ternate in eastern Indonesia, prompting thousands of residents to flee the volcano on one of the former Spice Islands. There were no immediate reports of casualties after the 1,715-metre-high (5,650-foot) volcano first erupted late on Sunday.Residents grabbed warm clothing before fleeing their houses, with many taking refuge at the local governor's house."We advised residents to use masks and the local authority to close the airport until everything is normalized," said Surono, head of Indonesia's Centre of Vulcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation.

 
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