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    EARTHQUAKE IN MODENA ITALY

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    ANY SUSPECTS ON EARTHQUAKE

    Messaggio Da Asti Ovest il Sab Giu 02, 2012 12:21 pm

    This site http://dorsogna.blogspot.it/ claims a dirty politician activity about oil drill.
    I've investigate on web and I discovery this video about probably proof of fracking activity like in US (especially Pensylvania).
    We'll see on future the true.



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    EARTHQUAKE IN MODENA ITALY

    Messaggio Da Asti Ovest il Gio Mag 31, 2012 12:13 am
















    http://www.corriere.it/english/12_maggio_29/terremoto_ead07310-a993-11e1-a673-99a9606f0957.shtml

    Ten Die As Earthquake Hits North


    PM Monti says authorities will do everything possible. Tremor felt
    from Veneto to Lombardy, 5.8 on Richter scale. Four missing at Medolla








    MILAN – Five severe tremors struck Italy with an epicentre at
    Carpi, Medolla and Mirandola in the province of Modena. The first three
    shocks arrived at about 9 am. The next, less severe, came at 10.24 am
    and the last at 11.50 am. Ten people are known to have died. Three
    workers were killed at San Felice sul Panaro when a factory building
    collapsed. Two others suffered a similar fate at Mirandola. Three more
    died when their homes collapsed at Concordia, Finale Emilia and Cavezzo.
    The TRC Telemodena correspondent confirms that a woman was killed when
    the Malavasi furniture factory at Cavezzo gave way. Another person may
    have been killed, although there is no confirmation. The TRC Telemodena
    reporter says that four or five others are missing after the collapse of
    a biomedical factory. A death was also reported at Rovereto sul
    Secchia. It is not known whether the victim was taken ill or crushed by
    falling masonry.

    PRIEST DIES – According to firefighters, the parish priest was
    killed when the cathedral at Carpi gave way in the earthquake. The
    visibly shaken mayor of San Felice sul Panaro thinks more deaths are
    likely and calls the event “a disaster”. The church of San Giacomo at
    Mirandola suffered severe damage and rubble now covers the parvis.

    BUILDINGS COLLAPSE – Buildings collapsed in several
    municipalities in the lower Modena area. The church at Schivenoglia,
    already badly damaged in the 20 May earthquake, came down and the entire
    village square has been cordoned off. Damage to churches in Quistello
    and Moglia has also been reported while at Sermide the town’s tower came
    down. A flyover on the A22 autostrada between Moglia and Gonzaga has
    been closed so that the bridge can be inspected. Buildings were affected
    all over the countryside with farmhouses suffering severe damage. In
    Mantua, the Basilica Palatina di Santa Barbara was left unstable. As a
    precautionary measure, schools will remain closed tomorrow at Ostiglia,
    Sermide and Felonica. Closure of schools in Mantua is also being
    considered.

    CRITICISM – The authorities were criticised for allowing
    residents to return to schools and homes. The earthquake was felt
    clearly all over northern Italy from Piedmont to Friuli Venezia Giulia.
    Dozens of offices were evacuated in Milan, where the 118 emergency
    service was inundated with calls. The magnitude of the first, and
    strongest, tremor was 5.8 on the Richter scale, according to the
    National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology (INGV). Preliminary
    data locate the origin of the quake at ten kilometres below ground.

    MORE BUILDINGS COLLAPSE – More buildings came down at Rocca
    Estense near Finale Emilia in the province of Modena, one of the
    municipalities at the epicentre of this morning’s earthquake, said
    sources at the civil protection agency. The Rocca, or castle, itself was
    damaged in the 20 May earthquake, which also pulverised the Torre dei
    Modenesi, one of the town’s landmarks. Meanwhile, public buildings
    including schools and hospitals are being evacuated in the
    municipalities most affected by the tremors. Mobile phone users are
    experiencing problems with networks in Bologna and Modena out of
    service. Rail travel in Emilia has been suspended on the Padua-Bologna,
    Verona-Bologna, Milan-Bologna and Verona-Mantua-Modena lines.

    SCARE AT CAVEZZO – Early reports reveal the serious effects of
    the earthquake at Cavezzo, a municipality in the province of Modena a
    few kilometres from Medolla. Tweeters say “three quarters of the village
    has collapsed” and buildings have also come down in the industrial
    area. Similar reports are emerging from all over Modena’s hinterland,
    especially from Mirandola. The earthquake damaged the theatre at Cento,
    in the province of Ferrara.

    SEISMIC SWARM – Four strong tremors registering more than four on
    the Richter scale struck the Modena area in the course of eighty
    minutes. The INGV reports the following sequence: a first tremor of 5.8
    Richter struck at 9 am. Following numerous aftershocks, there was
    another tremor of 5.6 Richter at 12.56 pm with an epicentre about eight
    kilometres north-west of the morning’s earthquake.

    PRESIDENTIAL SYMPATHY – “Emilia Romagna and Italy will come
    through this difficult moment”, said the president of Italy, Giorgio
    Napolitano, after this morning’s earthquake. “I am confident we will
    come through this moment. Our thoughts of solidarity go to those whose
    loved ones, property and opportunities for work have been affected”, he
    said returning from Udine. President Napolitano’s words were immediately
    followed by a joint media conference by the prime minister, Mario
    Monti, and the head of the civil protection agency, Franco Gabrielli:
    “The state will do all it can as soon as possible. Italians should have
    faith. The state’s commitment is guaranteed”, said Mr Monti live on
    television.


    29 maggio 2012 | 15:57



    The victims at least 17 and 14000 homeless. The cost of earthquake is estimated at 200 mln €.
    2 cent/lt gasoline tax for the emergency cost.




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    I do not compete with the world. I compete with my ignorance.

    I do not compare myself with the world. I compare myself with my soul’s perfection.

    I do not co-operate with the world stupidity. I co-operate with my heart’s purest sincerity.

    -Sri Chinmoy (1931-2007)



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