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    Post  Carol on Sun Nov 05, 2017 10:09 am

    Scary, isn't it? It's not enough that humanity has to deal with natural disasters but in addition they have to deal with the man-made secret rogue government man-made disasters as well. No wonder why the country is bankrupt.


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    Re: Earth Chages in September - Biblical Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Floods, Volcanic Activity, Fires, Early Snow Storms

    Post  Carol on Fri Nov 10, 2017 11:21 pm


    It's back! (again): Polar Vortex to bring snow chaos to Thanksgiving for most of the north…
    after Arctic blast chills the country Midwest and Northeast US hit by cold blast of Arctic air

    Unseasonably cold temperatures are threatening to dip to record lows this weekend in the northeast and midwest United States Meteorologists say that the jet stream has taken a precipitous dip southward, bringing Arctic air into the upper portions of the continental US. A small taste of winter is in store for wide swathes of the Great Plains, the Great Lakes region, Appalachia, northeast Atlantic coast, and New England.

    That means a small taste of winter is in store this weekend for wide swathes of the Great Plains, the Rust Belt-Great Lakes region, Appalachia, the northeastern Atlantic coastline, and New England.

    On Friday, temperatures dropped to the teens and single digits in the upper Midwest and Northern Plains.

    In Northern Minnesota and the Canadian border region, temperatures even fell below zero.

    International Falls, Minnesota reported a new record low for this time of year – 14 degrees below zero on Friday, according to The Weather Channel.

    Some towns in eastern North Dakota also experienced frigid temperatures hovering in the single digits.
    The forecasts for Saturday call for record low temperatures in Boston, New York, Binghamton, Washington, DC, and Pittsburgh.

    Read more and view photos at link: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5071881/Midwest-Northeast-hit-cold-blast-Arctic-air.html#ixzz4y668eQCA



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    Re: Earth Chages in September - Biblical Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Floods, Volcanic Activity, Fires, Early Snow Storms

    Post  Carol on Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:34 am


    Powerful M 7.2 earthquake strikes Iran-Iraq border 212 km NE of Baghdad, kllling at least 6 and injuring many - USGS

    Dozens killed as 7.3 magnitude earthquake strikes Iran-Iraq border region

    Date: Sunday, 12-Nov-2017 15:05:40


           7.2 magnitude earthquake strikes Iran-Iraq border region - USGS
           RT | Nov 12, 2017
           https://on.rt.com/8s2f

    An earthquake of 7.2 magnitude has hit Iraq southeast of the city of As-Sulaymaniyah, according to US Geological Survey. The powerful tremor struck near the border with Iran late Sunday. The epicenter of the quake was located some 34 km below the surface, according to the USGS.

    At least six people were killed and scores injured in the western provinces of Iran, according to state TV. At least 50 people were injured in the town of Darbandikhan in Sulaymaniyah province alone, spokesperson for the suburban districts, Iqbal Mohammed, told Rudaw.

    CSEM / EMSC originally rated the quake as a 7.6 and then downgraded it to align itself with USGS' data. A total of 276 citizen responses have been recorded.

           M 7.2 - IRAN-IRAQ BORDER REGION - 2017-11-12 18:18:17 UTC
           https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=629693

    At least 141 people were killed and over 850 injured in Iran, said a spokesman for Iran's National Disaster Management Organization,Behnam Saeedi, but the exact number of casualties is yet to be determined. At least 97 people were killed and over 200 injured in Iran's Kermanshah province alone, according to local officials.

    Across the border in Iraq, at least four people died in the Iraqi Kurdistan region, according to the Kurdish health minister. At least 50 people were injured in the town of Darbandikhan in Sulaymaniyah province alone, spokesperson for the suburban districts, Iqbal Mohammed, told Rudaw.

    The epicenter of the quake was located some 25 km below the surface, according to the USGS. The earthquake was initially reported by the USGS as being of 7.2 magnitude.

    “There are no accurate figures because of increasing numbers of the injured. Some peoples’ houses have collapsed. We don’t know whether there were people inside them,” the Mayor of Darbandikhan, Nasih Mala Hassan, said as quoted by Rudaw.

    Witnesses reported on social media that they felt the shocks as far as Baghdad and Mosul. Some have spoken of having felt the tremor in Kuwait.

    Iran's state TV reported that at least eight villages were damaged in the earthquake. "The quake was felt in several Iranian provinces bordering Iraq ... Eight villages were damaged ... Electricity has been cut in some villages and rescue teams have been dispatched to those areas," the report said.

    Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has tasked the country's Interior Ministry with addressing “as soon as possible the needs of residents of the country's western areas, affected by the earthquake,” his press service said.


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    Re: Earth Chages in September - Biblical Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Floods, Volcanic Activity, Fires, Early Snow Storms

    Post  Carol on Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:31 am


    A 4.6-magnitude earthquake rattled Monterey County on Monday and was felt more than 90 miles away in San Francisco, officials said. The quake hit at 11:31 a.m. about 13 miles northeast of Gonzales, near Salinas, and was followed by nine smaller aftershocks, with the largest measuring magnitude 2.8, said Annemarie Baltay, a seismologist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park.

    There were no reports of injuries or damage.

    Baltay said the quake occurred on the San Andreas Fault, close to an area where the Calaveras Fault branches off. The quake happened at a depth of about 4 miles. She said there was no indication that the tremor was a harbinger of a bigger earthquake. There have been 51 small earthquakes in the same general area in the past decade, including a magnitude-4.6 shaker in 2011, Baltay said. Monday’s quake was felt in Monterey, Morgan Hill, San Jose and as far north as San Francisco.

    “We felt it here,” said Steve Anderson, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service office in Monterey. “It lasted about five seconds. There was a little bump and then a rolling motion. One of my colleagues said it made him feel seasick.”


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    Re: Earth Chages in September - Biblical Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Floods, Volcanic Activity, Fires, Early Snow Storms

    Post  Carol on Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:11 pm


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCP4Xex2lu4
    11/14/2017 -- California Earthquake first, NOW TEXAS HIT
    -- Pacific suddenly quiet?

    check my website for the most current global earthquake update:
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    Re: Earth Chages in September - Biblical Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Floods, Volcanic Activity, Fires, Early Snow Storms

    Post  Carol on Fri Nov 17, 2017 8:33 pm



    Polar Vortex to return! Millions set for 'an extended period of severe winter weather'
    that will keep temperatures in the North East below average for months

    Millions of Americans will go through a colder than average winter this year, researchers believe.  
    A new report from the National Science Foundation estimates below normal temperatures for the northern and eastern U.S. after a link between fall weather in Siberia and Northern Hemisphere winters.

    The NSF found that a combination of cold and wet 'could result in an above normal snow season for parts of the northern U.S., including the large population centers of the northeastern U.S.'

    Researchers investigated the relationship between the fall Siberian snow covers and Northern Hemisphere climate variability during the winter.

    A new report from the National Science Foundation predicts an exceptionally cold winter with the return of the Polar Vortex



    The National Science Foundation estimates an above normal snow season for parts of the northern U.S. Pictured: Kennebuck, Maine in February

    'Weather affects peoples' lives and the global economy on a daily basis,' says Anjuli Bamzai, program director in NSF's climate dynamics program.

    'Improving our ability to predict cold weather and heavy snow has obvious benefits. The success of these real-time forecasts offers a way to improve our ability to anticipate such important events.'




    Temperatures averaging nearly 2 degrees below normal are expected in the Great Lakes areas for December, January and February. Pictured: Nederland Colorado in April

    The results 'suggest that the Polar Vortex will break down later this winter, potentially unleashing an extended period of severe winter weather.'
    The Polar Vortex is a massive area of cold air high up in the atmosphere that normally hovers over the poles.
    But because of a moving jet stream, parts of the vortex often jut into North America, making it uncomfortably cold for residents of the central and eastern US.
    Temperatures averaging nearly 2 degrees below normal are expected in the Great Lakes areas for December, January and February.
    However, it is predicted there will be less precipitation and slightly warmer temperatures than average across the southern U.S.


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5094203/Return-Polar-Vortex-bring-frigid-winter.html#ixzz4ykLv9CLZ


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    Re: Earth Chages in September - Biblical Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Floods, Volcanic Activity, Fires, Early Snow Storms

    Post  Carol on Mon Nov 20, 2017 8:46 am


    Deadly earthquakes could hit a BILLION people next year because of the earth's slowing rotation

    Researchers from the University of Colorado in Boulder and the University of Montana say that even fluctuations of a millisecond could increase seismic activity.

    Slight fluctuations will release mammoth amounts of underground energy
    Next year we could have at least 20 serious earthquakes, scientists warn
    The most intense ones are expected to occur in tropical regions


    Swarms of devastating earthquakes are set to arrive next year due to the slowing of Earth's rotation, scientists claim.

    Experts warn we 'had it easy this year' with just six severe earthquakes.

    Next year we could have at least 20 serious earthquakes, and the most intense ones are expected to occur in tropical regions, home to around one billion people.

    Tiny changes in the speed of our planet's rotation will trigger huge seismic activity by releasing vast amounts of underground energy, experts claim - although their research has been rejected by some scientists. Swarms of devastating earthquakes are set to arrive next year due to the slowing of the Earth's rotation, scientists claim. A car lies crushed by debris from the 7.3-magnitude earthquake in the city of Sarpol-e-Zahab in western Iran

    EARTHQUAKE SWARMS

    Researchers found five periods in the past century when there were more earthquakes than other times.

    On these five occasions, there was a 25 to 30 per cent increase in the number of earthquakes with a magnitude of 7 or above.

    These all coincided with a slowing in the rotation of the Earth, scientists found.

    Experts do not know exactly why this happens but believe minuscule variations in rotation causes a shift in the shape of the Earth's iron and nickel 'inner core'.

    This in turn changes the liquid outer core on which the Earth's tectonic plates rest.

    'The mechanism we've come up with is that as the Earth slows down it's like a skater spinning on ice. As the Earth slows down it's equatorial diameter reduces,' Dr Bilham told BBC Inside Science.

    'Its (the Earth's) waistline gets smaller, but its clothes, the tectonic plates on Earth, remain the same size, which means they get rumpled up.'

    'These tiny changes to the overall shape of the Earth are enough, if there are faults that are already ready to go ... to kind of kick them over into failure,' she said.

    The planet's rotation is slowing down because of tidal forces between Earth and the moon.  

    The side of Earth closest to the moon feels its pull the strongest, while the side farthest from the moon feels its gravity less. That difference in gravitational pull stretches the Earth, which causes tidal bulges.

    These bulges pull the moon closer or farther away from Earth by around 4cm per year.

    The moon exerts the opposite force on them, pulling them back toward it, creating friction and slowing down the planet's rotation.
    The time the Earth takes to make a complete rotation on its axis varies by about a millionth of a second per day. While the rotational rate hasn't declined evenly,  the average day has grown longer by between 15 millionths and 25 millionths of a second every year.  

    Scientists from the University of Colorado in Boulder and the University of Montana say that even fluctuations of a millisecond could increase seismic activity.

    'The correlation between Earth's rotation and earthquake activity is strong and suggests there is going to be an increase in numbers of intense earthquakes next year,' Dr Roger Bilham from the University of Colorado told the Observer.

    Experts, who presented their findings at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, do not know exactly why this happens but believe minuscule variations in rotation causes a shift in the shape of the Earth's iron and nickel 'inner core'. During these periods the Earth's mantle sticks a little more to the crust, which changes how outer core flows, creating a mismatch between the speed of the solid crust and the mantle.

    Experts do not know exactly why this happens but believe minuscule variations in rotation causes a shift in the shape of the Earth's iron and nickel 'inner core' which eventually changes the liquid outer core on which the Earth's tectonic plates rest. This in turn changes the liquid outer core on which the Earth's tectonic plates rest.

    'The mechanism we've come up with is that as the Earth slows down it's like a skater spinning on ice. As the Earth slows down it's equatorial diameter reduces,' Dr Bilham told BBC Inside Science.

    'Its (the Earth's) waistline gets smaller, but its clothes, the tectonic plates on Earth, remain the same size, which means they get rumpled up.'

    'These tiny changes to the overall shape of the Earth are enough, if there are faults that are already ready to go ... to kind of kick them over into failure,' she said.

    WHY DOES EARTH'S ROTATION SLOW?

    The planet's rotation is slowing down because of tidal forces between Earth and the moon.  

    The side of Earth closest to the moon feels its pull the strongest, while the side farthest from the moon feels its gravity less.

    That difference in gravitational pull stretches the Earth, which causes tidal bulges.

    These bulges pull the moon closer or farther away from Earth by around 4cm per year.

    The moon exerts the opposite force on them, pulling them back toward it, creating friction and slowing down the planet's rotation.

    The time the Earth takes to make a complete rotation on its axis varies by about a millionth of a second per day.

    While the rotational rate hasn't declined evenly,  the average day has grown longer by between 15 millionths and 25 millionths of a second every year.

    Within this general slowing, the Earth goes through regular periods where it slows down and speeds up.

    The world's rotation changes slightly due to shifts in winds and the movement of fluid in the Earth's interior - even El Nino can affect the planet's rotation.

    These slow-downs happen around every three decades and line up with clusters of earthquakes.

    Researchers found five periods in the past century when there were more earthquakes than other times. On these five occasions, there was a 25 to 30 per cent increase in the number of earthquakes with a magnitude of 7 or above. These all coincided with a slowing in the rotation of the Earth, scientists found.


    'Next year, we should see a significant increase in the numbers of severe earthquakes.

    'We have had it easy this year. So far, we have only had about six severe earthquakes', he said. 'We could easily have 20 a year starting in 2018.'

    Since 1990, more than 80 per cent of all magnitude 7 earthquakes on the eastern Caribbean plate boundary have occurred in the five years following a maximum deceleration.

    During these periods there could be up to 30 intense earthquakes every year, while the rest of the time the average figure was around 15 quakes.

    'The Earth is offering us a five-year heads-up on future earthquakes', said Dr Bilham, who said the Earth began a slowdown more than four years ago.

    Researchers found delayed global seismic productivity is most pronounced at equatorial latitudes 10°N-30°S.

    Many geologists are sceptical about the findings, with some claiming the correlation between earthquake phenomenon and the Earth's rotation are fortuitous.

    'It appears to be a conference presentation and very preliminary rather than peer reviewed research, so there is no detail for us to examine,' said GNS Science communications manager John Callan.

    'It is true there have been periods of elevated rates of large earthquakes in the past 100 years. However, if you go looking for correlations with other natural phenomenon, you will almost certainly find some interesting matches.'

    This research comes just after a 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck Iran, leaving at least 400 people killed and more than 6,000 injured.

    The quake hit 19 miles southwest of Halabja in Iraqi Kurdistan at around 9.20pm on Sunday, when many people would have been at home. More than 100 aftershocks followed.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5099551/Swarms-big-earthquakes-set-devastate-Earth-2018.html#ixzz4yyzvjubR


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    Re: Earth Chages in September - Biblical Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Floods, Volcanic Activity, Fires, Early Snow Storms

    Post  Carol on Mon Nov 20, 2017 8:12 pm


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMS4XEbXUf8
    November 20,2017 - Massive"Booms" Around the Planet/As Earth Slows Rotation.
    Major Quakes to Increase in 2018


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    Post  Carol on Tue Nov 21, 2017 9:58 am


    Mount Agung erupts and ash grey plume 21/11/2017 at: 17:05. The maximum height of the eruption 700 m above the summit crater. The standby status (level 3). 6-7,5 km radius were banned there is activity of the community. NOTE: THE PEOPLE ARE CALM.

    The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry's Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center (PVMBG) said in a statement that the height of the smoke reached more than 700 meters from the peak of the mountain.

    "The eruption is still ongoing. Residents should remain calm and follow the PVMBG's recommendations," it said.

    The alert level for the rumbling volcano that had forced more than 100,000 to flee was lowered late last month, though authorities said there was still a chance it could erupt.

    Volcanic activity on Mt. Agung had been slowing and the volcano's status was lowered from the highest level, danger, to the third highest level, alert, by the volcanology center.


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    Post  Carol on Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:07 am


    Mysterious 'booms' have been heard in 64 locations worldwide this year,
    and experts STILL don't know the cause of most of them

    Mysterious booms have been reported 64 times this year, in locations including Michigan, Lapland, St Ives, Swansea and Yorkshire (map showing all locations pictured).

    Alabama, November 14
    Cause: Unknown, suggested explanations include a sonic boom from an aircraft or a meteorite
    The Birmingham National Weather Service tweeted: 'Loud boom heard: we do not see anything indicating large fire/smoke on radar or satellite; nothing on USGS indicating an earthquake.'

    The service suggested that the sound was either caused by a sonic boom from aircraft, or a meteorite from the Leonid shower.

    But Nasa has since cast doubt on these explanations.

    Speaking to ABC 3340, Bill Cooke, head of Nasa's Meteoroid Environment Office, said that the boom could have been caused by a supersonic aircraft, a ground explosion, or a bolide - a large meteor that explodes in the atmosphere unrelated to the Leonid shower.

    While the noise was picked up by the US Geological Survey, data suggests that the boom wasn't the result of an earthquake.

    The boom may have been caused by a military flight by a supersonic jet, although the US Air Force is yet to confirm this.

    The Bama Boom is just one of many mysterious booms heard worldwide this year.

    Idaho, November 15
    Cause:
    Unknown
    The day after the boom in Alabama, a similar noise was heard in Idaho.
    Multiple people reported hearing a loud boom over the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley around 23:00.
    Many of the reports described the sound as being similar to a sonic boom, although its cause and location remain unclear.

    Cairns, October 10
    Cause: Unknown, suggested explanations include a meteorite, a gas bottle explosion or military plane
    On October 10, a boom was heart over Cairns, Queensland that had the city baffled.


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5103611/Mysterious-booms-heard-64-times-2017.html#ixzz4z5Ca2rCB


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    Post  Carol on Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:25 am


    What a lava-ly smile:  Eyes and a smiling mouth were spotted in the volcanic lava

    Mr Horsley, from Ormskirk, Lancashire, said: 'This was my first time to this area of Ethiopia and it was full of different images as the lava formed.

    'With a life of chasing erupting volcanoes there is always a childlike feeling as I approach a lava lake for the first time, this was no different.

    'The lava lake was low but still amazing as I photographed the churning magma beneath.

    'The heat was searing and I kept on thinking how any person could possible live in this barren landscape.
    'Hours of driving led us the most remote and isolated place I have ever been.

    'It was an incredible place, which I cannot wait to return too. A future project to fit time-lapse cameras to this volcano will bring us back early next year.'

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_9VLNIYVFE
    POLE SHIFT HAPPENING NOW.
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