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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Mystery of the Siberian crater deepens: Scientists left baffled after two NEW holes appear in Russia's icy wilderness

Prophecy Sign: Earthquakes, volcanoes and other activity

Yet more holes in the ground in the remote Siberian wilderness.  These are not your regular sink-holes as they are nearly perfect in circumference and to depths of several hundreds of feet.  Scientists are at a loss to explain the cause.

With the great increase in seismic activity globally, and the detection of magma displacement below many long dormant volcanoes, including Yellowstone, could it be that other parts of the globe are simply falling in on itself as the depths below becomes unstable?  Of course that doesn't begin to explain the near perfect cylindrical nature of these Siberian sink-holes.  Perhaps it's all just due to global climate change - ya right!!

The earth is beginning to groan in anticipation of God shaking the world in judgement.

People will flee to caves in the rocks and to holes in the ground from the fearful presence of the LORD and the splendor of his majesty, when he rises to shake the earth. Isaiah 2:19 NIV

Mystery of the Siberian crater deepens: Scientists left baffled after two NEW holes appear in Russia's icy wilderness
New unexplained holes have appeared in Siberia following the mystery over a giant crater on the Yamal Peninsula. A second is in the same permafrost region of northern Russia, and a third on the Taymyr Peninsula, to the east, in Kransoyark region. Both were spotted by reindeer herders who almost fell in. The original hole received worldwide attention after being identified by helicopter pilots some 20 miles (32km) from a huge gas extraction plant at Bovanenkov. Now the new holes - smaller in diameter but similar in shape - are posing a fresh challenge for Russian scientists. 'Theories range from meteorites, stray missiles, a man-made prank, and aliens 'The version about melting permafrost due to climate change, causing a release of methane gas, which then forces an eruption is the current favourite, though scientists are reluctant to offer a firm conclusion without more study.' The new Yamal crater is in the area's Taz district near the village of Antipayuta and has a diameter of about 49ft (15 metres).

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