06 July 2011
from IMVA Website
Something astounding is going on and the elders in the Arctic Circle are telling us that even the position of the earth relative to the sun and stars has changed.
is saying nothing about this but these elders are anything but
idiots about their domain in the far north. It serves us to listen
to these natives who live close to the earth, sun, moon and stars.
The weather continues to be beyond worst-case-scenario expectations of weathermen everywhere. Epic floods, massive wildfires, drought and the deadliest tornado season in 60 years are ravaging the United States, with scientists warning that even more extreme weather is on the way. From all points on the compass come reports of natural disasters.
Life is getting extremely uncomfortable for earth’s
populations as record heat, cold, rain and drought conditions are
Many of us are seduced by childish happy
talk. Who wants to hear
Earthquakes are shaking the four corners of the globe while volcanoes blow their tops one after another.
Sinkholes are swallowing houses and beaches while all over the world
the ground opens up
giant crevices like the one below.
The earth’s magnetic shield is weakening
and is in the process of having its magnetic field reverse with
magnetic north moving at 40 kilometers a year south toward Siberia.
The study, published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, is the first to demonstrate that sun damage to whale skin is on the rise and is likely tied to increasing levels of ultraviolet radiation resulting from the thinning ozone layer.
A severe hailstorm left many Kansas wheat fields in ruins but the big news from the Midwest is the flooding of the Missouri river and the threat of damage to two nuclear plants if the water levels go only a few feet higher.
If one of the upriver dams goes, the
United States of America is in for some big trouble.
Rushing floodwater is up around the walls of Fort Calhoun’s reactor building, turbine hall, and other auxiliary buildings onsite.
Gunter warned that if Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station’s back-up generators fail,
After four hours, a core meltdown would begin.
The plant has lost power for
A huge swarm of jellyfish today clogged up the coal-fired Orot Rabin plant in Hadera, Israel, a day after the Torness nuclear facility in Scotland was closed in a similar incident.
Hadera ran into trouble when jellyfish blocked its
seawater supply, which it uses for cooling purposes, forcing
officials to use diggers to remove them. A new report warned
changing conditions in the world’s oceans are causing an explosion
in jellyfish populations.
A large portion of
the Trans-Canada Highway in eastern
Despite heavy rains and flooding in the north, there is little relief for the Deep South, according to U.S. climatologists.
The “drought monitor” report from a consortium of national climate experts said that over the last week, the worst level of drought, called “exceptional drought,” expanded to cover more than 70 percent of Texas.
And 91 percent of the Lone Star State
suffers from either exceptional drought or the second-worst
category, “extreme drought.”
Texas Drought Natural
Drought and wildfires have lead to the decision by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to declare the entire state of Texas a natural disaster.
In Los Alamos, New Mexico the wildfires encroached upon the site of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, the nuclear laboratory where the first atomic bomb was developed.
The fire stopped only meters from approximately 18
million cubic feet of radioactive and chemical solid wastes that
were not in protective casks or bunkers.
A massive dust storm 50 miles wide in some spots descended on the Phoenix area on Tuesday night, drastically reducing visibility and delaying flights as strong winds toppled trees and caused power outages for thousands of residents in the valley.
The wall of dust towered over skyscrapers downtown.
Above, a woman looks at volcanic ash on the shores of Nahuel Huapi Lake in Bariloche, Argentina on 12 June 2011 after the eruption of the Chilean Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano.
Airborne ash from the volcano in Chile’s Puyehue-Cordon Caulle chain, which erupted on June 4, spewed an ash cloud that caused air traffic chaos around the world. Experts say fine ash particles could continue to affect air travel for months.
Auckland-based climate change scientist Jim Salinger has claimed that if sulfur dioxide (SO2) in the plumes mixes with water, it could cause some climate cooling in the next two months.
Who is Going to Pay?
Who is going to pay for repairs to crumbling infrastructure in the United States and elsewhere around the first world? No one!
going to pay when things go wrong at nuclear reactors? Or when
people get dislocated, who is going to pay for the food of refugees?
The world is fast running out of money just at the moment when
natural disasters are rising, threatening millions of people.
And what will follow will not be pleasant or
Scientists are telling us that the huge mega quakes in,
...actually have thrown the inclination
of the planet off by a few inches.
All of humankind is threatened by
simultaneous apocalyptic horsemen riding tough on dark stallions.