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Auckland volcanic eruption CHALLENGE!

Posted by te2ataria on June 20, 2017

The Most Heavily Censored Blog in New Zealand [Watch Out for Ceaseless Swarms and Immense Tsunamis of Bad Karma, Mister Ingrish!!]


Sent by a reader:

Name SIX populated areas in Auckland region that could survive a volcanic event with VEI of 6

According to a new paper published by employees of Auckland University, even a moderate volcanic eruption could cost Auckland about $10 billion.

This field of at least 53 volcanoes underlies the country’s largest urban area, the Auckland region, which is home to 1.4 million people and responsible for 35.3% (NZ$201481.2 billion) of the nation’s GDP (Statistics New Zealand 2015).”

The paper is priced at US$39.95, even though, to the best of our knowledge, all of its authors are over-paid government employees.

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The challenge:

Name SIX places in Auckland region that could potentially survive a volcanic eruption with Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI) of 6, or the equivalent of Mount Pinatubo climatic eruption on June 15, 1991.

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Mount Pinatubo

The Pinatubo Ultra-Plinian eruption in Central Luzon Region, Philippines generated massive clouds of superheated volcanic materials, fast-moving avalanches of hot ash and gas, as well as extensive lahar floods that spread hundreds of kilometers across, and left about 900 people dead.

Map of the Auckland Volcanic Field (AVF) drawn by Hochstetter in 1859 and published in English in 1864.

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Volcanic hazards [Auckland Council]

Auckland is vulnerable to volcanic eruptions. Much of Auckland is built on the Auckland Volcanic Field (AVF), which covers 360km2 and contains at least 50 volcanoes. It is expected that these volcanoes won’t erupt again and any future eruptions will occur in new, unknown locations. Auckland has experienced volcanic ash falls from Mount Taranaki/Egmont, Taupo, Okataina, Tongariro and Mayor Island.


Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect for Commercial Reasons]

  • Tuesday: No fatality report allowed by police, today, despite at least 9 serious crashes reported locally.
  • Monday: Only two road fatality reports were allowed by police, today, as of posting, despite at least 11 serious crashes reported locally.
  • Sunday: No fatality report allowed by police, despite at least 7 serious crashes reported locally.
  • Saturday: Only EIGHT road fatality reports were allowed by police, as of posting, despite at least 22 serious crashes reported locally.
    • At least  three French tourists were killed.
    • The eight fatalities listed on Saturday log include one that occurred late Friday night.
  • Only one road fatality report allowed by police on  FRIDAY. [A second fatality for the day was reported on Saturday.]
  • Wednesday  [June 14] Update: A fatal  vehicle crash occurred shortly after 8pm on SH26 Paeroa Kopu Road, police said.
  • Tuesday [June 13] Update: Person killed overnight in car fire.
  • Sunday [June 11]  Update: 
    • Nigel Sammons, the 33-year-old man who was found dead on Black Street, Wairoa (Hawke’s Bay), around 5am on Sunday may have been hit by a vehicle, police said.
  • Saturday [June 10] Update:
    • A man was killed after his car crashed into a roadside embankment near Taupō Saturday night, just before 11.30pm.
  • Friday [June 9] Update:
    • Pedestrian hit on Tuesday, died Friday June 9.
    •  Fatal crash into a paddock in Himatangi Beach, Manawatu (see below for details.)
  • Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, We believe about 900 people were killed and 8,000 others seriously/critically injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; however, only 328 fatalities were reported last year.
  • To protect the tourist industry and massive foreign investment, about two out of every three road fatalities go unreported, or the dead are statistically resurrected by NZ government.
  • 32 Foreigners killed in New Zealand in 32 days [Posted on January 25, 2017]
  • Police told to keep their mouths shut about overseas licence holders
  • Don’t reveal crash driver’s ethnicity, police told.


Hit and Run in Masterton

“The crash happened on Te Ore Ore Road outside Wairarapa Hospital at around 5.15pm. A woman has been hit by a car and suffered serious injuries. The vehicle involved in the incident has left the scene.” http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/information-sought-following-car-v-pedestrian-crash-masterton

Ministry of Transport (Minitru) Caught Cheating AGAIN, AGAIN, AGAIN, AGAIN, AGAIN and AGAIN

  • Officially doctored road toll as of 19th of June: 175
  • No. of police-reported road fatalities on 19th of June: At least 2

No. of Latest Statistical Resurrections performed by Ministry of Transport since yesterday cancelling out yesterday’s reported road fatalities: At least 2



What’s in a name?

“Rape Alley” to get new name, but will it stop the rapes?

An infamous Wellington walkway is looking for a new name in a bid to help rid its dark past, a report said.

The pathway, which runs runs between Victoria University’s Boyd Wilson Field and The Terrace, is currently without an official name, but simply known as “Rape Alley” because of numerous attacks on women.

Would an official name for the path be challenged by the next generations of would-be rapists?



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Another American in pursuit of “new adventures” killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on April 12, 2017

Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports

  • NO vehicle-related fatality report allowed by police today, despite at least six serious crashes that have been reported locally.


To the latest American killed in New Zealand:


Phillip Loving (known as Andy), an American living in Queenstown, was crushed to death by a truck near his home on Monday.

Loving and his wife, Penny, ran Station Imports, a company exporting New Zealand wines to the United States, said a report.

They closed down the business after 16 years to “pursue new adventures”, according to a newsletter released on the Internet.

A 19-year-old who was critically injured and flown to Dunedin Hospital was reportedly    in the intensive care unit on Monday night.

NZ Police Clowns: Extreme Malevolence, Institutional Corruption, Phenomenal Incompetence

12 policemen quit in recent years over drink-driving, drugs charge [the rest allowed to stay]
“Commissioner Mike Bush rose to the top despite [at least one] drink-driving conviction in 1983 [and god knows what else.] He said recently that he regretted the conviction, but that attitudes were more permissive then.”

Do we really have an ethical judge in New Zealand?

“Stupid is as stupid does!” —Forest Gump

“Volcanic eruption could cripple Auckland’s transport network: scientists”

About 1.7 million people, and as many as half million tourists at any one time, occupy Auckland, which is built on one of the densest volcanic fields in the world, with about 59 vents dotted around the city. Image: Auckland Council/ via stuff nz.

“Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off”

You say either and we say ei-ther,
You say neither and we say ne-ither,
You say cripple and we say ____,
You say significant and we say ____.

Potato and potahto, Tomato, tomahto, pyjamas and pyjahmas,
laughter, larfter, after, arfter. Scallops, lobsters, and ersters and oysters,
Vanilla vanella chocolate strawberry, saspiralla, and saspirella,
Vanilla vanella chocolate strawberry   saspiralla, and  saspirella,

It looks as if we two will never be one, and there’s nothing that can be done.
Better call the whole thing off.
Pater, mater Uncle, auntie let’s call the whole thing off.
And oh, if we ever part, then that might break my heart [but I wouldn’t bank on it!]



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