May 20

Villagers collect water after a tanker delivery in Shahapur

Record 51C Temperature Recorded In India:

Water tankers are being sent to the worst-affected areas as a severe drought is accompanying the intense heat.

A record temperature has been set in India, where the mercury rose to 51 degrees Celsius (123.8 Fahrenheit) in the north-western town of Phalodi.

The previous record of 50.6 Celsius had stood for 60 years.  Continue reading »

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May 18

NAS Report Shows GM Crops ‘Clearly Not the Answer to World Hunger’:

A new National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine report “Genetically Engineered Crops: Experiences and Prospects” released today recommends pre-market safety assessments of GMOs, and it cites consumers’ social and economic choices as issues that policymakers should consider when debating  mandatory labeling for GMOs.

Consumers Union, the policy arm of Consumer Reports, agreed.

“When it comes to GMO labels, the NAS report points out that there are value choices that consumers want to make when they shop for food.  We’re pleased to see that the report cites the wealth of polling data showing consumers want GMO labeling,” stated Michael Hansen, Ph.D., senior scientist with Consumers Union.

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May 17

THREE Volcanoes in Pacific Northwest Now Rumbling with Earthquakes

THREE Volcanoes in Pacific Northwest Now Rumbling with Earthquakes!

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May 17

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New Evidence About the Dangers of Monsanto’s Roundup:

John Sanders worked in the orange and grapefruit groves in Redlands, California, for more than 30 years. First as a ranch hand, then as a farm worker, he was responsible for keeping the weeds around the citrus trees in check. Roundup, the Monsanto weed killer, was his weapon of choice, and he sprayed it on the plants from a hand-held atomizer year-round.

Frank Tanner, who owned a landscaping business, is also a Californian and former Roundup user. Tanner relied on the herbicide starting in 1974, and between 2000 and 2006 sprayed between 50 and 70 gallons of it a year, sometimes from a backpack, other times from a 200-gallon drum that he rolled on a cart next to him. Continue reading »

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May 15

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Farmers Say Monsanto’s Roundup Gave Them Cancer:

LINCOLN, Neb. — Despite Monsanto’s claim that its Roundup weed-killer is “safe enough to drink,” four Nebraska farmers say the widely used herbicide gave them non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer classifies glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic to humans” but Monsanto has promoted Roundup as “safe enough to drink,” the farmers say in their federal lawsuit.

“Roundup is used by Nebraskans raising everything from grain to grass and tulips to trees. Nothing on the label alerts users to health risks,” their attorney David Domina said in an interview. “Nebraskans deserve the benefit of the (World Health Organization) research, and protection against unknown exposure.” Continue reading »

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May 15

Radiation spike near Hanford nuclear waste site ‘natural’ – EPA:

The US Environmental Protection Agency chalked elevated gamma radiation levels around America’s largest nuclear waste storage facility, the Hanford site, up to natural causes, but RT’s Alexey Yaroshevsky has found a few inconsistences in its claims.

RT has reported extensively on the situation at Washington State’s Hanford Nuclear storage facility since various leaks and injuries to workers were reported. An incident on May 5th covered by RT, when radiation levels in the area adjacent to the site skyrocketed, prompted a federal investigation.

However, following the RT report, a local newspaper urged its audience not to “believe everything on the Internet” in an article extensively quoting a statement from the EPA that claimed the elevated radiation levels had a natural cause and were not connected to the Hanford facility in any way. Continue reading »

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May 15

Britain set to be chillier than Moscow and Minsk:

Temperatures to plunge from 20C to less than zero in just a few hours…

a marked contrast to balmy weather of up to 27C over past week. Continue reading »

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May 15

March-like chill for Washington D.C. area

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May 14

 

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Cover-up of massive explosion at Fukushima Reactor 3 fueled with plutonium? US government’s “worst case” scenario likely a reality… Entire nuclear core ejected into environment — Experts: It seems blast wasn’t from hydrogen — “Ejection of fuel parts… Exploding vortices suggest a steam explosion” (PHOTO):

Annals of Nuclear Energy, Apr 2016 (emphasis added): The importance of severe accident research has been again seen after [Fukushima]… As the accident analysis showed, it seems that in the Daichi Unit 3 a steam explosion occurred… A steam explosion… is an energetic fuel coolant interaction (FCI) process, which may occur during a severe accident when the hot reactor core melt comes into contact with the coolant water… Steam explosions… potentially jeopardize the primary system and the containment integrity… Continue reading »

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May 14

Flashback:

Cynthia McKinney at Munich Germany NATO Peace Rally: ‘My Country Has Been Hijacked By A Criminal Cabal’ (Video)


After serving in the Georgia Legislature, in 1992, Cynthia McKinney won a seat in the US House of Representatives. She was the first African-American woman from Georgia in the US Congress. In 2005, McKinney was a vocal critic of the government’s response to Hurricane Katrina and was the first member of Congress to file articles of impeachment against George W. Bush. In 2008, Cynthia McKinney won the Green Party nomination for the US presidency.

Shame on Shell: Ecocide by oil extraction in the Niger Delta:

By Cynthia McKinney

Millions of barrels of oil have been spilled in Nigeria’s Delta region. Tired of the abuse, Nigerians just blew up a pipeline and a platform in an attempt to rectify what politicians and courts have been slow to do.

As a result of the deteriorating security situation, the Nigeria oil union announced that Shell and Chevron workers have been evacuated. Continue reading »

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May 14

Huge never-before-seen lake spotted hiding under Antarctic ice:

Antarctica may be hiding a large lake under its ice – second only to Lake Vostok in size ­– according to data presented at the European Geosciences Union meeting in Vienna this week.

Such subglacial lakes are of great interest because of the possibility that they could harbour unique life forms that may have existed in isolation, locked under ice for millions of years.

Although it doesn’t quite beat Lake Vostok‘s 240-kilometre by 60-kilometre size, the new lake is much closer to a research station. This would make it easier to approach and study in detail, says Martin Siegert of Imperial College London, a member of the team that located the putative lake. Continue reading »

May 10

ALBERTA CANADA FIRE DOUBLES IN SIZE ! Wildfire Bigger Than Greater London & Threatens Saskatchewan

A huge wildfire raging in the Canadian province of Alberta is growing further and could spill into neighbouring Saskatchewan, officials say. Smoke from the fire has already spread there, and air quality statements have been issued for both Saskatchewan and Northwest Territory. There are warnings the blaze could burn to the edge of a facility run by Suncor Energy but officials said the risk of damage was low.

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May 10

H/t reader squody:

“Economic Meltdown, Seismic overload, WWlll, Global Warming, Chemtrail Poisoning, Fluoride, Vaccines, Cabal Created Pandemics, GMO Poisoning, Glyphosate Poisoning, Insect Pollinator Annihilation (Neonicotinides), Food shortages, Illegal Corporate Trade Agreements, Culture clashes, Pollution…

Hey, it’s nothing, we can’t work together to overcome.

But this could be more of a problem, assuming it isn’t just another scaremongering tactic of unprovable claims by the cabal.”

Well, this fits well with this seer:

The Prophecies Of Alois Irlmaier – The Roadmap To WW3 – The 3 Days Of Darkness (Worse Than WW3):

“Everything calls peace, Schalom! Then it will occur – a new Middle East war suddenly flames up, big naval forces are facing hostiley in the Mediterranean – the situation is strained. But the actual firing spark is set on fire in the Balkan: I see a “large one” falling, a bloody dagger lies beside him – then impact is on impact. …”

He predicted the migrant crisis.

He predicted hyperinflation, financial collapse, revolution, civil war, WW3 and the “3 Days Of Darkness” (Nibiru?), which will set in during WW3 and will put an immediate end to all combat operations.


Planet Nibiru Is Coming Toward Earth

NASA Confirmation : Planet Nibiru Is Coming Toward Earth – Nibiru Will Be A Life Ending Event:

THE SIGNS THAT PLANET X, (NIBIRU) IS CLOSELY APPROACHING 2016. 

What is planet X also known as Planet 7X or Nibiru and what does it mean for us on earth? Is there a biblical connection and does it play a roll in the end-times? Continue reading »

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May 10

Yet more snow for Montana:

WINTER storm warning 5 to 10 inches of new snow

NATIONAL WEATHER SVC GREAT FALLS MT… MAY 9 2016 Continue reading »

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May 09

Fish-Deaths

All Of A Sudden, Fish Are Dying By The MILLIONS All Over The Planet:

Why are millions upon millions of dead sea creatures suddenly washing up on beaches all over the world?  It is certainly not unusual for fish and other inhabitants of our oceans to die.  This happens all the time.  But over the past month we have seen a series of extremely alarming mass death incidents all over the planet.  As you will see below, many of these mass death incidents have involved more than 30 tons of fish.  In places such as Chile and Vietnam, it has already gotten to the level where it has started to become a major national crisis.  People see their coastlines absolutely buried in dead sea creatures, and they are starting to freak out. Continue reading »

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May 08

More snow today for south-central Wyoming:

Snow accumulations 12 to 18 inches (30 to 45 cm) … Heaviest above 10,000 ft

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May 08

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Welcome To Hell: The Giant Fort McMurray Fire Is The Worst Blaze In Canadian History:

The gigantic wildfire that has forced the evacuation of the entire city of Fort McMurray in northern Alberta has been nicknamed “the Beast“, and mainstream news reports are telling us that it is now approximately 25 percent larger than New York City.  88,000 people have already been forced out of their homes, at least 1,600 buildings have been destroyed, and smoke from the fire has been spotted as far away as Iowa.  To say that this is a “disaster” is a massive understatement.  Northern Alberta is “tinder dry” right now, and authorities say that high winds could result in the size of the fire doubling by the end of the weekend.  One-fourth of Canada’s oil output has already been shut down, and the edge of the fire is now getting very close to the neighboring province of Saskatchewan.  This is already the most expensive natural disaster in the history of Canada, and officials fully expect to be fighting this blaze for months to come. Continue reading »

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May 08

Alberta wildfires expected to burn for months, threaten oil sands mines (VIDEOS):

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May 08

California – “Winter-like storm in spring”:

“Cold blast brings winter-like storm in spring,” reads the headline out of Palm Springs, California. 

6 May 2016 – “Some small business cashing in on cooler temperatures Continue reading »

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May 07

“Out Of Control” Canada Wildfire Could Double In Size Today: Fort McKay Evacuated:

Since we first reported on the massive fire (and the fallout) that was burning in Canada’s oil sands gateway, Fort McMurray, things have gone from bad to worse. Today we learn that the fire that has already devastated 600 square miles, growing an additional 50% in less than 24 hours, is out of control, and could double in size by the end of the day.

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As of late Saturday night, the fire had grown to 156,000 hectares and was heading toward the Saskatchewan border. Officials said winds up to 40 kilometres an hour will blow Saturday and warm temperatures mean it could add another 100,000 hectares to the fire by the end of the day. “We need heavy rain,” said Chad Morrison, senior wildfire manager, giving an update with Notley at noon Saturday according to the EdJournal. Continue reading »

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May 07

TV: EPA data reveals “sharp spike in radiation level” around US nuclear site — “It’s been reportedly leaking huge amounts of radioactive materials for more than 2 weeks” — Evacuations enacted… Almost 50 workers have sought medical attention… Symptoms include bleeding ulcers, burned lungs (VIDEOS)

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May 07

Scientists: Over 60,000,000 killed by nuclear fallout… More than 120,000,000 cancers from radioactive releases… Doesn’t include millions more dead babies and fetuses — Professor: “Horrifying… This is a war crime far greater in magnitude than any that has occurred in recorded human history” (VIDEO)

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May 06

FYI.


California Fault Lines Are “Locked, Loaded, & Ready” For The Big One, Expert Warns:

The San Andreas fault is one of California’s most dangerous. While the last big earthquake to strike the southern San Andreas was in 1857, as LA Times reports Thomas Jordan, director of the Southern California Earthquake Center, explained this week “the springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight. And the southern San Andreas fault, in particular, looks like it’s locked, loaded and ready to go.”

Have you noticed that the crust of the Earth is starting to become a lot more unstable?  Continue reading »

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May 06

Dr. Vélot: Roundup is Toxic to Soil Fungus at Levels Well Below Agricultural Dilutions:

Roundup is toxic to a soil fungus at doses well below recommended agricultural dilutions, according to a new scientific study published in the journal Environmental Science and Pollution Research.

Multiple effects of a commercial Roundup® formulation on the soil filamentous fungus Aspergillus nidulansat low doses: evidence of an unexpected impact on energetic metabolism

Full paper: http://link.springer.com/

Authors: Valérie Nicolas, Nathalie Oestreicher, Christian Vélot

Abstract: Continue reading »

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May 06

Extreme crop damage in Europe due to cold:

With about 80% of the fruit harvest destroyed in parts of Austria, the words ‘complete catastrophe’ have been used. 

In several European countries – such as Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Croatia, Germany, Slovenia, France and Belgium – apples, pears, cherries and grapes were frozen early last week.

Excerpts from a summary by NFO, the Dutch fruit growers association:

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In the state of Styria the words ‘complete catastrophe’ have been used. About 80 per cent of the fruit harvest destroyed … €100 million Euro in damages for the fruit sector (without grapes) alone.

Councillor Hans Seitinger: “This is truly a unique situation, which has not occurred in the last 50 years.” Continue reading »

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May 06

China – Unusual snow in May – Video:

Unusual snow in May blanketed the suburb of Beijing on Monday. Also the mountainous region in Chengde City, north China’s Hebei Province, forming an amazingly gorgeous scenery.

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May 06

Tennessee to North Carolina road closed due to ice and snow

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May 06

Two feet of snow possible for Wyoming:

WINTER storm warning in early May – Snowfall rates of 2 to 3 inches an hour possible

NATIONAL WEATHER SVC RIVERTON WY… MAY 6 2016 Continue reading »

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May 06

Earthquake swarm continues at Mount St. Helens:

Small magnitude earthquake rates have been steadily increasing since March, reaching nearly 40 per week.

5 May 2016 – (Excerpts from USGS website) – Over the last 8 weeks, there have been over 130 earthquakes formally located by the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network and many more earthquakes too small to be located. The earthquakes have low magnitudes of 0.5 or less; the largest a magnitude 1.3.  These earthquakes are too small to be felt at the surface. Continue reading »

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May 06

Snow possible in South Appalachians

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