Thursday, December 23, 2010

122310.11.2--Message for Today: Skin disease, city submerge

The following messages sound insane but I feel that they would happen:

1.  Skin diseases would be spreading...

2.  A village or city would submerge in the waters...

With all this natural calamities that we experienced around the globe, there is a chance that things I mentioned above would come to reality.  We just have to be aware...


Anonymous said...

Severe floods hit eastern Australia

19 hours ago - Reuters 0:49 | 3658 views

Heavy rains and severe flooding sweep through the Australian state of Queensland -- the aftermath of tropical cyclone Tasha.

Anonymous said...

29 December 2010 Last updated at 07:34 ET

Floods force mass evacuations in Queensland, Australia

North-eastern Australia's worst flooding in decades is continuing to cause chaos across the region.

About 1,000 people in Queensland have been evacuated, including the entire population of the town of Theodore.

Anonymous said...

Now coastal Queensland braces for 30-foot flood waters

Sat Jan 1, 2:43 am ET

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Floods that have inundated 22 Australian towns and forced more than 200,000 from their homes headed toward the northeast coast on New Year's Day, forcing further evacuations and warnings of 30-ft flood waters.

Anonymous said...

Audio slideshow: Australia's inland sea

5 January 2011 Last updated at 09:31 ET

Anonymous said...

Thousands flee further Sri Lanka flooding

5 February 2011 Last updated at 21:40 ET

Heavy rain has caused widespread flooding in northern and eastern Sri Lanka.

Officials say at least five people have been killed and more than 80,000 forced to flee their homes.

The area had only just started to recover from weeks of flooding in January, which affected more than one million people.

The BBC's Dominic Kane reports.

Thrione said...

Measles outbreak prompts plea to vaccinate children

By Philippa Roxby Health reporter, BBC News

26 May 2011 Last updated at 20:52 ET

Parents in England and Wales are being urged to have their children vaccinated after a tenfold rise in measles cases in the first three months of the year.

The Health Protection Agency reported 334 cases compared with 33 in the similar period last year.

The outbreak is thought to be linked to an epidemic in France, where 7,000 cases have been reported since January - more than in the whole of 2010.

Anonymous said...

12 September 2011 Last updated at 02:32 ET

India: Monsoon floods displace 1m and submerge villages

More than a million people have been displaced and at least 16 killed as floods in India's Orissa state submerged entire villages, officials say.

Anonymous said...

Morgellons: Terrifying New Disease Reaching Pandemic Status

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Morgellons: Terrifying New Disease Reaching Pandemic Status

It sounds like something from a bad sci-fi movie. People report the sensation of creatures crawling under their skin, mysterious moving fibers appear, and finally bugs and worms pop out. Unfortunately, these terrifying symptoms are all too true. The people having them are experiencing Morgellons, the latest and scariest in the series of bizarre diseases appearing in the last few years, seemingly from nowhere. Morgellons is now reaching epidemic proportions in the U.S. and abroad.

Morgellons is a multi-dimensional disease

Morgellons starts with relentless itching, stinging or biting sensations. Cotton-like balls may appear on the body with no reasonable explanation. Soon skin rash develops along with lesions that will not heal. Many sufferers report string-like fibers of varying color popping out through the skin lesions. These fibers can be black, white, red or even iridescent blue. Others report black specks falling from their bodies that litter their sheets and bathrooms. Eventually a variety of bugs and worms begin to find their way out of the body through the lesions. Other accompanying symptoms include hair loss, debilitating and chronic fatigue, hard nodules beneath the skin, and joint pain.