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    New Third Meteor Caught On Film…10/01/03 by Mitch Battros (ECTV) This new and first time seen photo was released earlier today after being sent to NASA. It
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      New Third Meteor Caught On Film�10/01/03
      by Mitch Battros (ECTV)

      This new and first time seen photo was released earlier today after being
      sent to NASA. It was taken as it flew across South
      Wells, UK by teenager Jon Burnett. He was photographing some friends
      skateboarding last week when the sky did
      something very strange.

      High in the distance, a sofa-sized rock came hurtling into the nearby
      atmosphere of planet Earth and disintegrated. By
      diverting his camera, he was able to document this rare sky event and
      capture one of the more spectacular meteor images yet
      recorded. Roughly one minute later, he took another picture of the
      dispersing meteor trial.

      NASA admits connection to �bolide� (meteor) which struck within a period of
      48 hours in India as reported by ECTV.

      Incredible Photo: http://www.earthchangestv.net/U_K_Meteor.jpg


      Klyuchevskoy Volcano Active Again

      The Klyuchevskoy Volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian Far East,
      the highest in Eurasia (4,833 meters), has
      become active again. For one day now it has been ejecting gases and ashes to
      the height of three thousand meters. The train
      of the ashes has already stretched for seventy kilometers to the east of the
      volcano whose activity is gradually increasing.

      Here are some comments by Erwin Luna of San Fernando Valley who has followed
      up on this story. �Today now it's been
      confirmed it's spewing ashes and gases to claimed up to three thousand
      meters! that's roughly some 9,000 feet. What a
      force. Ashes are raining down up to 35 miles away down wind. I think this
      volcano is in a relatively similar area to that of
      Yellow Stone but In Russia, where there are geysers and hot streams. So I
      begin to wonder if all the "Super-Volcano" or
      known caldera areas are somehow interconnected OR they are simply reacting
      to the same phenomenon. �

      According to data from local observers, the luminescence in the crater is
      becoming more intensive, which testifies to the
      appearance of new lava. The seismic stations in the area of the volcano are
      seeing a large number of earthquakes on the
      surface and at a depth of thirty kilometers under the central crater.

      Experts forecast a new powerful eruption from Klyuchevskoy in the near
      future, which will be dangerous for the town of
      Klyuchi situated some thirty kilometers from the volcano. The last powerful
      eruption of the Klyuchevskoy volcano took place
      in 1994.


      Pray for Pope, Aide Says
      By Helen Kennedy � Daily News Washington Bureau

      WASHINGTON - Fears for Pope John Paul's health deepened yesterday when one
      of his closest aides said it was time for
      the faithful to pray for him. "He is in a bad way," Joseph Cardinal
      Ratzinger was quoted as saying in the German weekly
      Bunte. "We should pray for the Pope."

      The Vatican has not denied - or confirmed - recent reports in Italian papers
      that John Paul has stomach cancer. Ratzinger's
      aide, the Rev. Georg Gaenswein, said the comment did not mean the Pope's
      health had worsened. He said it was simply an
      attempt to brush off two German brewers seeking a private audience that was
      overheard by a reporter.

      "The cardinal said we all have to pray for the Pope. But that is something
      that can be said at any time," Gaenswein told
      Catholic News Service. "To present this as a piece of news is a complete
      exaggeration." But Archbishop Phillippe Barbarin
      of Lyon, France, who is about to be elevated to cardinal, also said the
      Pope's health is fast failing.

      "The Pope is reaching the end of the road," he told Europe 1 Radio. "It's a
      big responsibility for us. The Pope is in really bad


      M-Class Flare Fires Off Today

      Most likely todays M-Class flare came from sunspot region 464. Now region
      464 is rotating out to the western limb, but
      here comes sunspot region 471 coming in from the eastern limb, and it looks
      very nasty. More on this later this week. (see

      Sunspots => Solar Flares => Magnetic Field Shift => Shifting Ocean and Jet
      Stream Currents => Extreme Weather and
      Human Disruption (mitch battros)


      Tomorrow on ECTV 'Radio Hour'

      Thursday October 2nd - Ernest Hildner - Director, Space Environment Center;
      Manager, NOAA Space Weather
      Program. Ernest Hildner is the director of the space weather agency in which
      all researchers gather their information. It is
      Hildner's organization that has produced sunspot and solar activity data
      from which most predictions are made. We will
      discuss the importance of space weather and how its future impact on
      weather forecasting is eminent. Website:

      **I would suggest you tune in early to ensure you get in - before bandwidth
      gives out! The link will be on 20 minutes prior to
      each show. Link is "live" 20 minutes prior to each show:

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      Mitch Battros
      Producer - Earth Changes TV

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