VIDEO Indonesia volcano burns whole villages; 122 dead


A surge of searing gas raced down the sides of Mount Merapi on Friday, smothering entire villages as it killed or seriously burned those caght in its path. The death toll after the volcano’s largest eruption in a century soared to 122.

The worst hit village of Bronggang lay nine miles (15 kilometers) from the fiery crater, just on the perimeter of the government-delineated “danger zone.” Crumpled roofs, charred carcasses of cattle and bron chairs – all layered in white ash and soot – dotted the smoldering landscape.

The zone has since been expanded to a ring 12 miles (20 kilometers) from the peak, bringing it to the edge of the ancient royal capital of Yogyakarta, which has been put on its highest alert.

Sri Sucirathasri said her family had stayed in their Bronggang home Thursday night because they hadn’t been told to leave.

They awoke in the dark as the mountain let out thunderous claps and tried desperately to outrun the flows, which reached speeds of 60 mph (100 kph), on a motorbike. Her mother, father and 12-year-old sister, Prisca, left first, but with gray ash blocking out any light, they mistakenly drove into – rather than away from – the volcano’s dangerous discharge.

The 18-year-old Sri went looking for them when she heard her mother’s screams, leaving at home an older sister, who died when the house became engulfed in flames.

“It was a safe place. There were no signs to evacuate,” said Sri, a vacant gaze fixed on Prisca, whose neck and face are burned a shiny ebony, her features nearly melted away.

Their mother is still missing. Their father, whose feet and ankles are burned, is being treated in another ward.

“I don’t know what to say,” she whispers when asked if she blames officials for not warning the family. “Angry at who? I’m just sad. And very sick.”

Merapi’s latest round of eruptions began Oct. 26, followed by more than a dozen other powerful blasts and thousands of tremors.

With each new eruption, scientists and officials have steadily pushed the villagers who live along Merapi’s fertile slopes farther from the crater. But after initially predicting earlier eruptions would ease pressure under the magma dome, experts who have spent a lifetime studying the volcano now say the don’t know what to expect.

Scientists can study the patterns of volcanoes, but their eruptions are essentially unpredictable, as Merapi’s increasingly intense blasts have proved.

On Friday, the towering plumes of ash rained dust on windshields of cars 300 miles (480 kilometers) away, although a rain near the mountain in the afternoon turned much of it to sludge. Bursts of hot clouds occasionally interrupted aid efforts, with rescuers screaming, “Watch out! Hot cloud!”

The eruption released 1,765 million cubic feet (50 million cubic meters) of volcanic material, making it “the biggest in at least a century,” said state volcanologist Gede Swantika as plumes of smoke continued to shoot up more than 30,000 feet (10,000 meters).

Soldiers pulled at least 78 bodies from homes and streets blanketed by ash up to a foot (30 centimeters) deep Friday, raising the overall toll to 122, according to the National Disaster Management Agency.

With bodies found in front of houses and in streets, it appeared that many of the villagers died from the blistering gas while trying to escape, said Col. Tjiptono, a deputy police chief.

“The heat surrounded us and there was white smoke everywhere,” said Niti Raharjo, 47, who was thrown from his motorbike along with his 19-year-old son while trying to flee.

“There was an explosion … and it got worse, the ash and debris raining down,” he said from a hospital.

The living – with clothes, blankets and even mattresses fused to their skin by the 1,400-degree Fahrenheit (750-degree Celsius) heat – were carried away on stretchers following the first big explosion just before midnight.

More than 150 injured people – with burns, respiratory problems, broken bones and cuts – waited to be treated at the tiny Sardjito hospital, where the bodies piled up in its morgue, and two other hospitals.

Despite being at the foot of Indonesia’s deadliest volcano, Yogyakarta has only one burn unit – at Sardjito. The facility is limited to 10 beds, though, and so turns away any patient without facial burns or whose body is burned less than 40 percent, according to Sigit Priohutomo, a senior official at Sardjito.

“We’re totally overwhelmed here!” hospital spokesman Heru Nogroho said.

More than 100,000 people living on the mountain have been evacuated to crowded emergency shelters, many by force, in the last week. Some return to their villages during lulls in activity, however, to tend to their livestock.

They were told to stay away Friday. The government also announced an $11 million program to buy the cows on the mountain to keep farmers off its slopes, and to provide compensation for animals lost in the eruptions.

Indonesia, a vast archipelago of 235 million people, is prone to earthquakes and volcanoes because it sits along the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” a horseshoe-shaped string of faults that lines the Pacific Ocean.

While Friday’s explosion was the largest in volume in a century, an eruption at Merapi in 1930 killed many more – 1,300.

Even that toll pales in comparison to other volcanoes in the region: Indonesia’s Krakatoa killed at least 36,000 people in 1883, in an eruption that could be heard 2,000 miles (3,200 kilometers) away and blackened skies region-wide for months.

When the Philippines’ Mount Pinatubo exploded in 1991 after a 500-year slumber, about 800 people died as the billions of tons of volcanic debris poured from the cone, erasing entire farm communities and altering the world’s climate.

The May 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens caused the volcano’s north flank to collapse, triggering the largest landslide ever recorded. The blast killed 57 people, flattened 230 square miles (596 square kilometers) of forests and blew 1,300 feet (400 meters) off the peak.
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VIDEO Indonesia volcano burns whole villages; 122 dead


A surge of searing gas raced down the sides of Mount Merapi on Friday, smothering entire villages as it killed or seriously burned those caght in its path. The death toll after the volcano’s largest eruption in a century soared to 122.

The worst hit village of Bronggang lay nine miles (15 kilometers) from the fiery crater, just on the perimeter of the government-delineated “danger zone.” Crumpled roofs, charred carcasses of cattle and bron chairs – all layered in white ash and soot – dotted the smoldering landscape.

The zone has since been expanded to a ring 12 miles (20 kilometers) from the peak, bringing it to the edge of the ancient royal capital of Yogyakarta, which has been put on its highest alert.

Sri Sucirathasri said her family had stayed in their Bronggang home Thursday night because they hadn’t been told to leave.

They awoke in the dark as the mountain let out thunderous claps and tried desperately to outrun the flows, which reached speeds of 60 mph (100 kph), on a motorbike. Her mother, father and 12-year-old sister, Prisca, left first, but with gray ash blocking out any light, they mistakenly drove into – rather than away from – the volcano’s dangerous discharge.

The 18-year-old Sri went looking for them when she heard her mother’s screams, leaving at home an older sister, who died when the house became engulfed in flames.

“It was a safe place. There were no signs to evacuate,” said Sri, a vacant gaze fixed on Prisca, whose neck and face are burned a shiny ebony, her features nearly melted away.

Their mother is still missing. Their father, whose feet and ankles are burned, is being treated in another ward.

“I don’t know what to say,” she whispers when asked if she blames officials for not warning the family. “Angry at who? I’m just sad. And very sick.”

Merapi’s latest round of eruptions began Oct. 26, followed by more than a dozen other powerful blasts and thousands of tremors.

With each new eruption, scientists and officials have steadily pushed the villagers who live along Merapi’s fertile slopes farther from the crater. But after initially predicting earlier eruptions would ease pressure under the magma dome, experts who have spent a lifetime studying the volcano now say the don’t know what to expect.

Scientists can study the patterns of volcanoes, but their eruptions are essentially unpredictable, as Merapi’s increasingly intense blasts have proved.

On Friday, the towering plumes of ash rained dust on windshields of cars 300 miles (480 kilometers) away, although a rain near the mountain in the afternoon turned much of it to sludge. Bursts of hot clouds occasionally interrupted aid efforts, with rescuers screaming, “Watch out! Hot cloud!”

The eruption released 1,765 million cubic feet (50 million cubic meters) of volcanic material, making it “the biggest in at least a century,” said state volcanologist Gede Swantika as plumes of smoke continued to shoot up more than 30,000 feet (10,000 meters).

Soldiers pulled at least 78 bodies from homes and streets blanketed by ash up to a foot (30 centimeters) deep Friday, raising the overall toll to 122, according to the National Disaster Management Agency.

With bodies found in front of houses and in streets, it appeared that many of the villagers died from the blistering gas while trying to escape, said Col. Tjiptono, a deputy police chief.

“The heat surrounded us and there was white smoke everywhere,” said Niti Raharjo, 47, who was thrown from his motorbike along with his 19-year-old son while trying to flee.

“There was an explosion … and it got worse, the ash and debris raining down,” he said from a hospital.

The living – with clothes, blankets and even mattresses fused to their skin by the 1,400-degree Fahrenheit (750-degree Celsius) heat – were carried away on stretchers following the first big explosion just before midnight.

More than 150 injured people – with burns, respiratory problems, broken bones and cuts – waited to be treated at the tiny Sardjito hospital, where the bodies piled up in its morgue, and two other hospitals.

Despite being at the foot of Indonesia’s deadliest volcano, Yogyakarta has only one burn unit – at Sardjito. The facility is limited to 10 beds, though, and so turns away any patient without facial burns or whose body is burned less than 40 percent, according to Sigit Priohutomo, a senior official at Sardjito.

“We’re totally overwhelmed here!” hospital spokesman Heru Nogroho said.

More than 100,000 people living on the mountain have been evacuated to crowded emergency shelters, many by force, in the last week. Some return to their villages during lulls in activity, however, to tend to their livestock.

They were told to stay away Friday. The government also announced an $11 million program to buy the cows on the mountain to keep farmers off its slopes, and to provide compensation for animals lost in the eruptions.

Indonesia, a vast archipelago of 235 million people, is prone to earthquakes and volcanoes because it sits along the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” a horseshoe-shaped string of faults that lines the Pacific Ocean.

While Friday’s explosion was the largest in volume in a century, an eruption at Merapi in 1930 killed many more – 1,300.

Even that toll pales in comparison to other volcanoes in the region: Indonesia’s Krakatoa killed at least 36,000 people in 1883, in an eruption that could be heard 2,000 miles (3,200 kilometers) away and blackened skies region-wide for months.

When the Philippines’ Mount Pinatubo exploded in 1991 after a 500-year slumber, about 800 people died as the billions of tons of volcanic debris poured from the cone, erasing entire farm communities and altering the world’s climate.

The May 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens caused the volcano’s north flank to collapse, triggering the largest landslide ever recorded. The blast killed 57 people, flattened 230 square miles (596 square kilometers) of forests and blew 1,300 feet (400 meters) off the peak.
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DETIK-DETIK TSUNAMI MENERJANG MENTAWAI



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Kepanikan saat tsunami menerjang Mentawai, Sumatra Barat, 25 Oktober lalu, direkam Sebastian Carvalho, peselancar asal Cile. Carvalho merekam situasi mencekam itu di Resort Macaronis, Pagai Utara. 

Dalam video tersebut, kepanikan benar-benar menyelimuti resort indah itu. Tsunami membuat semua orang lari ke tempat lebih tinggi. Menurut Calvalho, momen itu betapa menakutkannya momen itu. 

“Suaranya datang seperti kereta yang tidak terkendali. Kami langsung berlari ke bagian atas bangunan, beberapa orang yang sepertinya masih jauh, mereka terus berlari,” kata Carvalho kepada SCTV, Sabtu (30/10). “Peristiwa di Resort Macaronis di Mentawai ketika tsunami saya pikir adalah momen paling menakutkan dalam hidup daya.” 

Beruntung, Carvalho bersama 19 tamu dan delapan staf warga lokal di resort itu selamat. Namun, Selasa pagi, tidak ada lagi di Resort Macaronis. Yang tersisa hanyalah puing-puing yang mengotori keindahan pulau yang menjadi favorit peselancar dunia itu. 

Di Desa Munte, yang terpencil di Pagai Utara, kedahsyatan tsunami meninggalkan bekas. Sampah-sampah serta puing puing yang dihempas tsunami berserakan bersama dengan jenazah. Tidak hanya itu, wilayah ini juga terputus oleh lautan selama dua hari saat ombak naik. Baru Jumat kemarin warga Munte yang selamat menguburkan jenazah anggota keluarga mereka yang menjadi korban amukan tsunami.(BOG)

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Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah Kecamatan Pagai Selatan, Kabupaten Kepulauan Mentawai, melaporkan korban tewas akibat tsunami yang terjadi semalam mencapai 21 orang tewas dan 240 lainnya hilang. Ketua BPBD Pagai Selatan, Joskamatir, menyatakan, personelnya masih melakukan upaya pencarian.

Menurut Jos, saat dihubungi Selasa 26 Oktober 2010, kondisi terparah dialami Dusun Belerakso, Desa Malakopak, Pagai Selatan. Di dusun itu, korban tewas sudah mencapai 16 orang.

Dusun ini terletak paling selatan gugusan Kepulauan Mentawai, sehingga paling dekat dengan episentrum gempa 7,2 skala Richter yang terjadi pukul 21.42 semalam. Dari Ibukota Kepulauan Mentawai, Tuapejat, butuh waktu 11 jam dengan perahu bermotor mencapainya.

Sementara itu, BPBD Sumatera Barat menyampaikan akan mengirimkan tim pembawa bantuan ke Pulau Sikakap, pulau paling selatan di Kepulauan Mentawai itu. Seperti halnya dari Tuapejat, perjalanan dari Kota Padang menuju Sikakap ini juga mencapai 11 jam perjalanan laut.

Tsunami yang menghantam Pagai Utara Selatan terjadi 15 menit pasca gempa 7,2 Skala Richter juga merusak sejumlah kawasan di Kabupaten Mentawai. Kawasan resort Makaroni dikabarkan

rusak berat akibat diterjang tsunami. Kapal pesiar yang ditumpangi turis asing juga dikabarkan masih hilang kontak.

CARA BERHENTI MEROKOK DENGAN NADO

Indonesia sudah di racuni oleh rokok ibaratnya sudah tidak bisa di pisahkan antara rokok dengan makan bahkan ada pepatah para penikmat rokok ibarat tidak makan tidak apa-apa asal ada rokok kalau kita lihat di jalan-jalan semua merokok.
kini saatnya kita putus generasi merokok dengan NADO (herbal Penghilang nikotin dan tar dalam darah) yang mengakibatkan orang ketagihan merokok.

Nado
Deskripsi :

Komposisi :
– Lagurus cylindricus (20%)
– Menispermum verrucosum (20%)
– Bahan lain hingga 100%

Khasiat dan kegunaan:
– Membantu terapi ketergantungan rokok
– Membersihkan nikotin dalam darah
– Menyembuhkan gangguan asam lambung
– Menyembuhkan infeksi lambung
– Melancarkan pencernaan
– Meringankan penderita sulit tidur
– Melancarkan BAB
– Membantu melancarkan ASI
– Meringankan penderita batu ginjal
– Membantu terapi anak autis

Aturan Pakai:
– Perokok : 2×2 kapsul
– Sulit tidur : 1×2 kapsul sebelum tidur
– Diet : 3×3 kapsul
– Maag : 2×2 kapsul

Secara medis cara kerja Nado adalah cara kerja detoksifikasi yang dapat dijelaskan sebagai berikut :

– Nado mengikat semua toksin yang bersarang di dalam tubuh,dalam hal ini toksin berada di dalam darah dan ikut mengisi volume darah kita. Banyak gangguan yang disebabkan oleh toksin seperti sulit tidur, tidak selera makan ataupun selera makan berlebihan. Termasuk juga ketika secara sadar dan sengaja kita memasukkan toksin yang sangat berbahaya kedalam tubuh kita melalui rokok yang kita hisap.

– Racun didalam rokok ternyata sangat kompleks. Tidak ada yang menyangka bahwa di dalam rokok terdapat toksin yang mampu mengendalikan saraf halus yang bertugas memastikan bahwa perokok akan selalu membutuhkan rokok, bahkan memastikan untuk tidak dapat mengurangi dosis rokok harian.

– Kemampuan kerja Nado sangat fantastis pada tubuh perokok. Siapapun anda jika anda perokok dan mau minum Nado maka secara perlahan tapi pasti dosis rokok harian anda akan berkurang dan berkurang.

– Nado masuk ke dalam darah dan mengikuti aliran darah sambil mengikat toksin dengan kekuatan sesuai jumlah dosis nado yang dikonsumsi. Nado mengikat semua toksin dan mengarahkan toksin agar dapat dengan mudah diproses oleh ginjal. Dengan fungsi ini ternyata Nado telah meringankan kerja liver dan ginjal kita. Jadi semua orang butuh Nado untuk membantu mengeluarkan toksin dari dalam tubuh kita.

– Indikator pertama yang bisa dirasakan oleh perokok yang telah konsumsi Nado adalah :

1. Bangun tidur anda akan merasakan perubahan pada tenggorokan anda yang sebelumnya tiap bangun tidur terasa gak enak. setelah minum Nado anda akan mendapatkan rasa nyaman pada tenggorokan, sangat berbeda dari sebelumnya yang belum minum Nado. Gejala ini akan berlanjut hingga rasa tidak enak saat bangun tidur hilang.

2. Ketika pertama kali kita kencing setelah bangun tidur, anda akan mendapati bau dari air seni anda yang agak menyengat. kadar bau menyengat akan berbeda pada tiap orang. Jika anda perokok berat maka baunya lebih menyengat. Bau menyengat tersebut adalah indikator bahwa proses detoksifikasi oleh Nado mulai bekerja dan mulai memberikan hasilnya.

3. Jika anda jeli, pagi hari itu akan ada perubahan kecil terkait kebiasaan anda dalam merokok. Anda akan kurang responsif terhadap rokok, artinya keinginan anda untuk selalu merokok akan mulai mengalami pengurangan. Gejala pada hari pertama ini jarang bisa dirasakan karena levelnya masih rendah. Gejala itu akan mulai terasa dan secara umum konsumen Nado merasakan pada hari ketiga konsumsi Nado.

– Nado akan sangat efektif jika anda juga displin dalam minum Nado. Jangan melewatkan hari anda tanpa Nado untuk mendapatkan hasil terbaik. Dengan kedisiplinan tinggi maka target berhenti merokok ataupun pengendalian akan rokok akan mudah tercapai.

– Tidak ada 1 orang pun yang mampu bertahan merokok dengan dosis tetap jika rutin dan disiplin minum Nado.

Testimoni Mereka :

“Fantastis, Hanya dalam waktu 3 minggu setelah mengkonsumsi NADO, minat terhadap rokok langsung hilang. Saya konsumsi 3×3 kapsul NADO perhari. Sekarang saya masih memaksa merokok 1-2 batang perhari, kadang-kadang bisa sehari saya lupa rokok. Saya sudah bebas dari ketergantungan rokok” (Sugiarto, Denpasar)

“Saya bukan perokok, tapi saya menderita gangguan jantung. Setiap kali jalan kaki agak jauh nafas selalu ngos-ngosan. terapi herbal NADO ini disarankan oleh keponakan saya dan Alhamdulillah sakit jantung sudah berkurang jauh, jalan kaki tidak ngos-ngosan lagi” (Usman, Pedagang Emas, Denpasar)

“Ketika anak pertama saya lahir, saya mengalami gangguan kelancaran ASI. Saya baru tahu bahwa gangguan kelancaran ASI disebabkan karena toksin/racun dalam tubuh yang berlebihan. seorang adik menyarankan minum herbal NADO untuk membuang toksin didalam tubuh. Dan Alhamdulillah setelah 2 hari minum NADO, ASI langsung lancar dan anak saya mendapatkan ASI optimal selama 2 tahun” (Ummu Lubabah, Jakarta)

“Sakit Maag telah saya derita sejak masa kuliah di Malang. Setelah melahirkan anak pertama, derita maag bertambah parah, sampai-sampai seorang dokter menyarankan penanganan Endoskopi untuk menyembuhkan derita maag yang saya alami. Suami saya tidak setuju, saya malah dibelikan NADO yang katanya bisa menyembuhkan maag, bukan sekedar menghilangkan rasa sakit. Sekarang saya sembuh total dari maag. Thanks NADO.” (Ummu Sulaiman, Gresik)

“seperti halnya perokok lainnya, sebelumnya saya tidak percaya jika NADO bisa mengurangi ketergantungan saya akan rokok. Saya perokok kretek, 2 pak sehari. Sejak saat itu dosis rokok saya jadi 1 pak sehari. Saya melanjutkan mengkonsumsi NADO hingga sekarang, saya merokok hanya 1 batang rokok filter perhari.” (Giman, Tailor, Gresik)
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VIDEO STUDENT CARRY machete, sickle MUTUAL ATTACK

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Dozens of high school students involved in brawl with a sharp weapon on the streets of the city of Tangerang, Banten. Police issue warning shots to disperse the brawl.

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