Aug 09

Heavy snow for Mt Rainier:

Forecast calls for snow both today and tomorrow … a “heavy fall of snow.”

Monday (Aug 8th, 2016)
Snow showers. Steady temperature around 22.  Chance of precipitation is 80%. New snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches possible.

Monday Night
Snow showers likely, mainly before 11pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 19. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New snow accumulation of 1 to 2 inches possible.

http://www.mountain-forecast.com/peaks/Mount-Rainier/forecasts/4392

https://weather.com/weather/5day/l/USWA0287:1:US

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Aug 08

“In laboratory animals, exposure for just 3 days during pregnancy when the brain is growing quickly reduced brain size 15 percent.


“Zika Zone” Turns Into Ghost-Town As Planes Spray Neurotoxic Insecticide Over Florida Residents:

According to shop owners and managers in the town of Wynwood, Flordia – also known as the “Zika Zone” – the area has been noticeably empty of the usual crowds that form to see the local murals and shop at local businesses.

The slow down in pedestrian traffic coincides with the intensified effort by the state of Florida to combat the mosquitos which carry the Zika virus by blanketing the town of Wynwood with insecticide.

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“It’s actually been pretty much a ghost town, an eclectic plant shop owner in the area, who was only able to make one sale on an otherwise busy Saturday, told CBS Miami. Continue reading »

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Aug 08

Related info:

Brazilian Arabica Coffee Crop 36% Loss from Cold, Bananas 70%, Argentina 30% Raisin Losses (Video)

Brazil: Cold to impact coffee production – “Takes away the sleep of farmers”


New Twist in Global Warming Madness: Olympic Records Won’t Come Easy:

Bloomberg writer Jessica Shankleman is willing to push global warming silliness up another notch with “politically correct” nonsense that Olympic Records Won’t Come Easy in Rio Because of Climate Change.

Athletes at the Olympic Games may struggle to break world records as they compete with Brazil’s rising temperatures caused by climate change. Continue reading »

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Aug 08

“If you are a herd boy who was born sometime since 1996, you would not have encountered such an extreme snowfall.” “You wouldn’t be accustomed to it or prepared.”  said Stefan Grab, a professor at the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa).

The heaviest snow in two decades blanketed Lesotho in late July 2016.

Lesotho is a hilly, landlocked kingdom surrounded on all sides by South Africa. It is comparable to Maryland in size.

http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=88509

http://eoimages.gsfc.nasa.gov/images/imagerecords/88000/88509/lesotho_tmo_2016209_lrg.jpg

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Aug 07

A must-watch.


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Over the months of June and July, China received over 6 feet of rain in the major crop growing areas of the entire country. Dams and Levees broke and over topped which further flooded farmlands, cities and towns. Two years worth of rain in weeks. The current evacuation and displaced individuals tops 300 million. This is the story that will pull grain stocks from around the world.

http://www.halfpasthuman.com/index.html

David’s Website http://www.oilseedcrops.org

Year worth of rain china http://www.dr.dk/nyheder/udland/regn-…
http://www.psi.org/
http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analys…
Storm Guide Southern China http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/stormi…

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Aug 07

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The July 2016 Webbot report talked about “Rivers from the Sky” which are Atmospheric Compression Events. These have happened on three continents so far in the last year, four of these events occurred in July alone.

http://www.halfpasthuman.com/index.html

David’s Website http://www.oilseedcrops.org

https://freedomfightertimes.com/end-t…
Strange Clouds in Mexico http://strangesounds.org/2016/03/myst…
http://www.sott.net/article/297542-Re…
year worth of rain china http://www.dr.dk/nyheder/udland/regn-…
http://www.psi.org/
http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analys…
Storm Guide Southern China http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/stormi…

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Aug 07

Stunning Images From America’s Most Important Aquifer:

The Ogallala aquifer stretches from South Dakota all the way south to Texas and is the largest aquifer in the United States holding as much water as Lake Huron at 2.9 billion acre feet.  The Ogallala single handedly turned the arid High Plains region of the midwest into a $20 billion a year agricultural powerhouse that produces one-fifth of the country’s wheat, corn and beef cattle.  The problem is that the water in the Ogallala, like many aquifers in the world, is being pumped dryIn many places the aquifer is dropping a foot a year and in other places it has already run dry. 

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Aug 06

Blizzard batters Hawke’s Bay New Zealand – Cold could break 144-year-old record:

The worst still on the way.

Record-setting cold expected overnight into Sunday, particularly in the South Island.

Queenstown could break its all-time August winter low since records began in 1871.

With heavy snow (50-70 cm) blanketing many parts of the country, a “major” snow event has been declared. Continue reading »

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Aug 06

New Zealand coldest in more than a century:

South Island temperatures set to smash record that has stood for more than one hundred years.

Temperatures are forecast to plunge to minus 15C (5°F) across the South Island tonight, and drop even lower on Saturday night.

Niwa forecaster Ben Noll said Queenstown could reach one of the coldest temperatures since record keeping began 145 years ago. Continue reading »

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Aug 06

New Zealand skiers and snowboarders frothing with joy:

“After last year’s epic ‘record-breaking’ snowfalls, looks like Nature’s out to better herself yet again!” says reader. “All of us New Zealand snowboarders – and skiers – are frothing with joy.”

“Places on the North Island’s east coast, which rarely get snow, are now digging themselves out of 1+ metre snowdrifts. And just when the media were talking-up summer’s arrival . . . d’oh!”

MetService said the weather was so bad it had not been able to measure the snow’s exact depth, but estimated at least 70 cm (28 inches), with snowdrifts of more than 1m (39 inches) in places.

The heavy snow knocked out power to 40,000 properties. Continue reading »

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Aug 06

Second coldest August 2 on record in Vancouver BC:

Tuesday was the coldest Aug. 2 since 1937. That’s when the temperature fell to a chilly 8.3 C, according to Environment Canada records.

The high was an unseasonably low 16 C. The norm for this time of year is 22.

http://bc.ctvnews.ca/summer-weather-roller-coaster-second-coldest-aug-2-on-record-1.3012458

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Aug 06

Californian homes devastated after raging wildfires

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Aug 05

Greenland Ice Core

Dr. Tim Ball: How the world was deceived about global warming and climate change:

Current weather is normal; that is, it is well within the range of all previous weather and climate variations. There are no dramatic increases in temperature, precipitation, hurricanes, tornadoes, or any other severe weather. The climate is changing just as it always has and always will and the rate of change is perfectly normal. Of course, that is not what the government, environmentalists, or the media promote and as a result most of the public believe. The misconception is deliberate and central to the exploitation of global warming and climate change as the vehicle for a political agenda.

One phenomenon that creates the illusion weather is abnormal is the attention given by the media. We all experience being introduced to a person then seeing them pop up every time we turn around. It’s the same thing with cars after you buy one you see them everywhere. In both cases they were always there, but not part of your awareness. Weather and climate events seem to occur everyday, but it is because they became a media story. They always occurred. Now the story appears and is amplified by the sensationalism of the media with their “Extreme Weather Reports.”

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The entire objective of those pursuing the political agenda was to create the illusion that current weather is abnormal and therefore unnatural. They wanted to show that all this occurred in the last 100 years as a result of human industrial activity. The objective was to create false science, which was easy because few people know about weather and climate, a fact confirmed by a Yale University study that created a High School exam. Figure 1 shows the raw results with 52 percent getting an F and 25 percent a D for a total failure of 77 percent. Continue reading »

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Aug 04

Farm feud: Monsanto and its clients under fire for damaging crops:

Farmers in Arkansas, Tennessee and southern Missouri are angry at their neighbors – and agrochemical giant Monsanto – over a new weed-killer that has ravaged 200,000 acres of soybean fields. The herbicide is used to treat Monsanto’s new strand of soy.

As controversies mount over its glyphosate-based herbicide, also known as Roundup, the Missouri-based Monsanto has rolled out a new soybean seed intended to be resistant to another weed-killer, known as dicamba. While the “Roundup Ready 2 Xtend” soy has been approved for planting in 2016, US federal regulators have yet to approve the use of dicamba.

Farmers who bought Monsanto’s seeds have taken to spraying their crops with dicamba obtained from other vendors – which is prone to drifting into neighboring fields, severely damaging the non-Xtend crops. Officials across the three states cite a “rough figure” of 200,000 acres affected by the drift, Delta Farm Press reported. Continue reading »

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Aug 04

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ZIKA DOOMSDAY HOAX UNRAVELS: Predicted ‘explosion’ of brain defects didn’t happen… entire scare campaign was manufactured:

From the very first day Zika hysteria was catapulted into mass awareness, I have correctly called it a massive hoax. My most recently article spells out the real agenda behind the obvious quackery of Zika hysteria. It’s entitled Staged Zika pandemic was engineered by globalist governments to justify the aerial bombardment of awakening populations with toxic chemicals.

Now, the Zika fraud has started to unravel as the Zika doomsday predictions failed to materialize. (How could the predictions be correct in the first place? It was all based on infectious disease quackery and viral voodoo.) “Brazil’s Ministry of Health has launched an investigation into the cluster of babies born with brain defects linked to the Zika virus, after an expected ‘explosion’ of cases across the country did not occur,” reports The Globe and Mail (Canada).

It turns out that even though Zika-carrying mosquitoes spread across Brazil and infected untold millions of people, those infections never translated into neurodevelopmental birth defects (shrunken brains). Continue reading »

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Aug 04

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Florida raises allowable limits of cancer-causing chemicals in drinking water ahead of fracking boom:

On Tuesday, July 26, Florida’s Environmental Regulation Commission voted 3-2 in favor of passing controversial new water quality standards that will raise the maximum allowable levels of more than two dozen cancer-causing chemicals to be dumped into the state’s rivers and streams.

The new standards, which were based on Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) recommendations, were passed despite strong opposition from clean water advocates who say that the move poses a serious health threat and paves the way for widespread fracking operations in the state. Continue reading »

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Aug 04

DON’T EAT THE FISH: Freshwater bass in California and Arizona lakes accumulating dangerous mercury levels:

Authorities are warning that bass at several of the most popular fishing destinations in Arizona and California have accumulated excessive mercury levels.

In California, 180 reservoirs are contaminated with high mercury levels. The State Water Resources Control Board took fish samples from more than 300 of the state’s reservoirs to make that determination. The board is now urging the reservoirs’ owners to post voluntary warnings about eating the fish that are at the top of the food chain, such as bass. These fish tend to accumulate the most mercury, posing a particular risk to children and pregnant women.
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Aug 04

Hmmh.


Russian biowarfare troops incinerating potentially infected reindeer carcasses at high temperatures. Image: Vesti, from the Yamal Region in Russia
Russian biowarfare troops incinerating potentially infected reindeer carcasses at high temperatures. Image: Vesti, from the Yamal Region in Russia.

Siberian heat wave unleashes deadly ‘zombie anthrax’ outbreak:

At least 90 people have been hospitalized from an anthrax outbreak in Russia, including 50 children. Eight are confirmed as infected with anthrax. Doctors believe at least 6 patients have the more virulent intestinal form of the disease, which killed one boy, age 12. Authorities say it’s the first fatal anthrax outbreak in Russia in more than 75 years.

The outbreak originated in a Siberian community after a heat wave melted the permafrost where spores of anthrax remained alive inside the frozen carcass of an infected reindeer. Animals fed on that thawed carcass, which may have been up to a hundred years old, then transmitted it to reindeer that nomadic herders killed and ate.

Herders face a quarantine that may last until September. Continue reading »

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Aug 03

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The Guardian’s disinformation on Geoengineering and Depopulation:

The British newspaper, The Guardian has published two articles this morning where writers Dana Nuccitelli and Madeleine Summerville have attempted to feed readers propaganda regarding geoengineering and global depopulation.

While Nuccitelli starts his article claiming that geoengineering, the practice of manipulating the climate to supposedly mitigate global warming, is being considered as an alternative to lack of consensus to de-industrialize the planet, Summerville suggests that depopulation, a plan to forcibly reduce the number of people who live on Earth, should be part of the agenda to avoid “catastrophic” climate change. Continue reading »

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Aug 03

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Researchers tie mass kidney failures in Sri Lanka to harmful agrochemicals:

Hundreds of thousands of people living in Sri Lanka are suffering from chronic kidney disease, a painful and debilitating condition that causes the organs to stop functioning over time. The illness is primarily concentrated in the country’s rice basket, affecting up to 400,000 people.

Various factors have been singled out by researchers as the cause of the disease, including home-brewed alcohol, agrochemicals and high arsenic levels in the drinking water, according to CBS News. Continue reading »

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Aug 03

China dumps $30M into weather modification program, seeding clouds with chemicals to create rainfall:

China’s Ministry of Finance recently announced that it has allocated 199 million yuan ($29.8 million) to be spent on cloud seeding weather modification projects being implemented throughout the country.

The Chinese government is hoping that the cloud seeding operations will ease drought conditions and lessen the impact of weather-related disasters, which claim hundreds of lives each year.

Cloud seeding technology was developed in the United States during the late 1940s, and involves the use of chemicals, such as silver iodide crystals, which are dispersed in the air to create rainfall. Continue reading »

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Aug 03

Cancer Patients File for Coordinated US Lawsuit against Monsanto’s Roundup:

A number of U.S. plaintiffs asserting that the use of Monsanto’s glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup resulted in them developing cancer, have moved the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) to create a coordinated docket for the pending federal cases.

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Source: harrismartin.com

The motion was filed with the JPML on Wednesday. In it, the plaintiffs cited more than 20 similar cases pending in courts across the country.

All of the plaintiffs allege that they developed cancer as a result of exposure to glyphosate in Roundup. Continue reading »

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Aug 01

We’ll get only one year to prepare for a supervolcano, say scientists

Perhaps only days or months

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26 July 2016 – Super volcanoes can eject thousands of cubic kilometers of magma and ash into the atmosphere in a matter of days or few months. That much ash could devastate the entire planet, blocking out light and heat from the sun for years or even decades.

Unfortunately, super volcanoes give very little notice before they blow their tops, a new study in PLOS ONE has found. Continue reading »

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Jul 31

New Zealand blizzard leaves cars buried in snow up to their windows:

Snow closes roads, forces evacuations at Mt Ruapehu

31 Jul 2016 – White-out conditions at Mt Ruapehu have forced the evacuation of dozens of people from the slopes today.

A blizzard dumped stacks of snow on the mountain’s Whakapapa and Turoa skifields overnight – and left around 30 people trapped in nearby lodges. Continue reading »

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Jul 30

FYI.


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Brazil: Olympians Will ‘Literally be Swimming in Human Crap’:

Olympians set to compete in the multicultural haven of Brazil will “literally be swimming in human crap,” scientists say.

From the Sun Herald:

Olympians headed to Rio de Janeiro have already been told to be cautious of the virus Zika.

But Olympic swimmers, sailors and windsurfers will have to look out for more than that, because the city’s waters have what health experts are calling a “petri dish of pathogens,” including bacterias that cause diarrhea, vomiting and even death to those with weakened immune systems.

“Foreign athletes will literally be swimming in human crap, and they risk getting sick from all those microorganisms,” Dr. Daniel Becker, a local pediatrician who works in poor neighborhoods, told the New York Times. “It’s sad but also worrisome.” Continue reading »

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Jul 29

National Guard Called Out! Massive Hailstorm Destroys Cars in Colorado, Wyoming. Area Farmers Also Reported 100 Percent Crop Losses:

WOW this is massive

Large hail driven by strong winds damaged virtually every home in a Wyoming town Wednesday evening, prompting help from the Wyoming National Guard.

The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reported around 500 homes were damaged in the town of Pine Bluffs, about 40 miles east of Cheyenne near the Nebraska state line. Continue reading »

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Jul 28

China flooding: Dozens dead, tens of thousands evacuated

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Jul 28

Argentina – Many highways completely blocked by snow

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Jul 27

The Chilling History of Monsanto’s Rise to Power:

By Dr. Mercola

In the featured video, journalist Abby Martin discusses Monsanto’s rise to power and how the company has managed to saturate the global environment with its toxic chemicals, largely through immoral means.

In May, the University of San Francisco (USF) revealed the results from a testing project that began in 2015. The tests, commissioned by the Organic Consumers Association (OCA), found that 93 percent of Americans have detectable levels of the chemical glyphosate in their urine.1

Glyphosate is the most widely used agricultural chemical in the world, and it’s an active ingredient in Monsanto’s broad-spectrum herbicide Roundup. As noted by the Detox Project:2 Continue reading »

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Jul 27

EU Commission Allows ‘Toxic GM Soybeans’ for Import:

According to news agencies, the EU Commission has allowed the import of genetically engineered soybeans produced by Bayer and Monsanto. The imported soybeans can be used in food and feed despite unresolved concerns about health risks.

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Source: www.testbiotech.org

These crops can be sprayed with a combination of glyphosate and other herbicides such as dicamba or isoxaflutole. Market authorization has been issued after massive pressure from industry, which already sold its patented seeds in the US for cultivation and now wants to import the harvest to the EU within the next months. Continue reading »

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