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  • Writer's pictureElvira Serrano

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The more you know...Not all news are happy, in this blog is information about stuff T3 members want to share with everyone, in order as this world society we can make conscious.

Mexico, September 19

Every year in Mexico a drill is carried out in memory of the people who lost their lives in the earthquake that occurred in 1985 and 2017. This drill is carried out on September 19, since it is the date on which both earthquakes occurred. On September 19, 2022, the Mexicans prepared to carry out the drill, without thinking that a new earthquake was going to shake Mexico, at 01:05 a.m. on September 19, the earth shook with its epicenter off the coast of Michoacán. This movement was felt in Puebla, Mexico City, Hidalgo, Guerrero, Morelos, and Jalisco, this earthquake had a magnitude of 7.7 degrees.

Scared and confused, the Mexicans left the place where they were, believing it was a mistake because the drill had finished minutes. So far there have been 2,097 aftershocks, the strongest being 6.9, which was felt again in the early hours of September 22. It is surprising how the earthquake occurs the same day after carrying out the drill, people believe that it is due to energy conservation since people feel scared that it can happen again, they also propose to change the date of the drill, thinking that This way you can avoid an earthquake on the same day. “According to the National Seismological System and the National Mareographic Service, they agree that the earthquakes that have occurred in these 3 years are an “unfortunate coincidence” because earthquakes cannot be predicted.”

- @melani.micheel

Photo by: Mexican government

Hurricane Fiona

This is what happens in Canada. Hurricane Fiona is currently an active post-tropical cyclone in the Atlantic Ocean that hit earlier today. This is unprecedented because it’s the most intense post-tropical cyclone to have impacted Canada on record, based on atmospheric pressure.

Atmosphere pressure (also called barometric pressure) is pressure within the atmosphere of Earth. The Earth's atmospheric pressure at sea level is approximately 1 atm. Fiona is the "deepest low-pressure system ever to be recorded on Canadian soil", with a pressure of 932 millibars.

- @anna.chrapchynski

Photo by: UN News

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