Below video is a compilation of the most important and extreme events what we have seen around the world this year. Many believe that all these events pointing to something huge that is coming.
Yet it is still 2014.
The coming days we have the December winter solstice around December 20-23. It is the shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and in the Southern Hemisphere it is the summer solstice and the longest day of the year.
The Ursids meteor shower will peak on December 22, 23 and 24 this year and will coincide with a new Moon and the December solstice.
The Sun is active and unleashed a major X1.8 solar flare on December 20. The size of the blast indicates that a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) will be associated and is expected to be earth directed and should become geoeffective sometime on December 23.
On December 21, a 6.6M earthquake occurred in the region Tobelo in Indonesie followed with several aftershocks from 4.7M to 5.3M. December 24 is the day of the devastating tsunami, exactly 10 years ago.
The newly discovered Comet Lovejoy just survives its encounter with the sun and is expected to brighten to 5th magnitude as it approaches Earth, making it faintly visible with the naked eye from a dark sky site around the Christmas Days up till January 2015.
Watch the most important events of the year 2014 so far..