Jun 14

Stranded Argentina truckers being robbed and beaten:

The international crossing continues closed by snow.

12 June 2016 – After 12 days of waiting, about 400 truckers who are still stranded at the Los Libertadores pass denounce violent cargo thefts

Argentine Truckers complain that rob them while the passage remains closed. Continue reading »

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Jun 13

Special Weather Statement Issued by NWS Seattle (Northwest Washington)

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Jun 13

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Yellowstone Increasingly Restless! Critical Updates (Videos)

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Jun 12

Surprise snow in Mexico

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Jun 12

Record snowfall in Barrow, Alaska

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Jun 11

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Cloud seeding flight suspected to aggravate major flooding in Tasmania:

A cloud-seeding company Hydro Tasmania performed the seeding over the Derwent River watershed a day before the widespread flooding, caused by intense rainstorms, began on June 6, 2016. According to Premier Will Hodgman, the Energy Minister Matthew Groom is looking for an explanation as to why the seeding was authorized despite the heavy rainfalls already forecast.

Cloud seeding is a process of changing the amounts or types of precipitation by adding substances into the air that act in support of cloud condensation or ice nuclei, altering the microphysical processes occurring within the clouds. Continue reading »

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Jun 11

South American Ski Resorts Digging Out From Close to 10 Feet of Snow:

6 June 2016 – Many photos from monster storm.
Ski resorts opening 5 weeks earlier than last year.

http://www.tetongravity.com/story/ski/south-american-ski-resort-digging-out-from-up-to-10-feet-of-snow.-photo-tou

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Jun 11

More than 2 meters of snow in Argentina:

7 June 2016 – More than 2 meters (7 ft) of snow and a temperature of -20 °C in the high mountains.

The following website called it “historic,” but also said, “Such an heavy snow storm has not been seen in the last 10 years.”

A big snowstorm, yes. Historic? No.

Evidence of global warming? Not so much.

Anomalous snowstorm in Argentina: 2 meters of snow and 20 degrees below zero

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Jun 09

Misiones, Argentina – One of the coldest autumns in 30 years:

Global warming news from Argentina, homeland of Bernie Sander’s friend Pope Francis.

June 8, 2016 – Marcelo Kusic of Weather Station San Vicente told MisionesCuatro that slush for different municipalities in the coming days is expected.

“During this month we will have minimum below seven degrees. Is one of the coldest autumn in 30 years, “Kusik said.

According to him, the cold is here to stay. Continue reading »

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Jun 09

Snow in Alaska:

Winter – WINTER – storm watch. On June 9.

Not sure how unusual this is, but it sure doesn’t look like global warming.

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK… JUN 9 2016

NORTHEASTERN BROOKS RANGE- INCLUDING… ANAKTUVUK PASS… ATIGUN PASS… GALBRAITH LAKE… SAGWON…FRANKLIN BLUFFS

…WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM THIS EVENING THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING… Continue reading »

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Jun 09

Snow Strikes China’s Northernmost Province – Video:

Analysts say it is unusual to see snow at this time of year.

1 Jun 2016 – Snow fell in the city of Mudanjiang of China’s northernmost province of Heilongjiang Tuesday morning at the beginning of summer.

The snow lasted for about five hours and accumulated to about 10 centimeters in some areas.

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Jun 09

Snow in Lapland:

Video – Rare June snow covered summer lawns and flower beds.

9 June 2016 – The Finnish Meteorological Institute official findings snowfall at Inari Saariselkä the amount of snow was 8 centimeters and at Rovaniemi airport five centimeters, says YLE meteorologist Matti Huutonen. Continue reading »

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Jun 09

Lowest May temp on record for Lithgow, NSW Australia:

Two days in a row.

Monday’s low of -7.7 degrees broke the previous record May low of -6.1 at the old Lithgow weather station at Birdwood Street and -5.9 at the new Cooerwull site.

Tuesday morning’s -6.1 degrees also would have equaled or beaten the previous May minimum records.

http://www.lithgowmercury.com.au/story/3945409/it-was-our-hottest-and-coldest-autumn/

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Jun 09

Record cold in Brazil:

Snow is coming and lots of frost! The cold will increase. 

8 June 2016 – Southern Brazil has seen record temperatures below zero since June 3. On Tuesday, the lowest in Brazil was 2.2 ° C below zero in Santa Catarina. The temperature also fell below zero in Bom Jardim da Serra, Rio Rufino and Urubici.

The National Institute of Meteorology also recorded a negative temperature in Cruz Alta of -0.9 ° C. General Carneiro, Paraná, recorded 0.9 ° C below zero.

Meanwhile, there is the possibility of snow in Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina mountains, which did not receive snow in 2015.

http://ppnewsfb.com.br/noticia/14302/vem-neve-e-muita-geada-por-ai-o-frio-vai-aumentar

Santa Catarina windchill of -18 ° C at dawn Continue reading »

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Jun 09

June snowfall forecast for New York and Vermont:

Would be just the fourth time since 1954 that Vermont’s Mount Mansfield has had a measurable amount of snow in June.

In the village of Lake Placid, New York, outdoor stores are stocked with gear for swimming, canoeing and cycling. But the forecast calls for snow in nearby mountains.

Snow. In June. Continue reading »

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Jun 09

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Why Is The Weather So Crazy All Of A Sudden?:

All over the planet, global weather patterns have gone completely nuts.  Just over the past few days we have seen “life threatening” heatwaves, extremely dangerous wildfires, vicious tornadoes and unprecedented flooding – and that is just in the United States.  And of course this is just the continuation of a trend that stretches back to last year, when extremely weird weather created “apocalyptic-like conditions” in many areas around the world.  So why is this happening?  For decades, we could count on weather patterns falling within fairly predictable parameters, but now that is completely changing all of a sudden.  All over the globe we are seeing things happen that we have never seen happen before, and the weather just seems to get even more crazy with each passing month. Continue reading »

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Jun 09

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What They Didn’t Tell You About the Maryland Bee-Killing Pesticide Ban:

Beginning on January 1 2018, legislation banning consumer use of neonicotinoid pesticides will take effect. Allegedly prompted by concerns that neonicotinoid pesticides are responsible for the increase in deaths for butterflies, bees and birds, SB 198/HB 211 was provided as a partial solution.

Under the bill, anyone who violates the ban, will be subject to a $250 civil penalty but the violation will not be considered a misdemeanor. The ban will apply to both the sale and use of imidacloprid, acetamiprid, dinotefuran, nithiazine, clothianidin, thiacloprid, thiamethoxam and any other chemical that has been designated to be a neonicotinoid by the Maryland Department of Agriculture.

Banned for the Consumer…not Industry

Interestingly enough, however, while the bill focuses on consumer use of these pesticides, it includes exemptions for farmers, veterinarians and “certified applicators.” Continue reading »

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Jun 09

European Parliament Rejects GMOs in Europe and Africa:

June’s European Parliament plenary saw five different votes related to GMOs. Altogether they give a good idea of the European Parliament’s very coherent opinion on GMOs, which can be summarized as being a resounding no.

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Source: www.greens-efa.eu

The Authorization Process for Imports is Not Democratic

Two objections to the authorization for import of a GM carnation and a GM maize[1] were voted on Wednesday. These were the 5th and 6th objections (all initiated by the Greens/EFA) that have been submitted to the plenary since December 2015. Continue reading »

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Jun 09

Great Glyphosate Rebellion Continues as Europe Refuses Temporary License Extension:

The Great Glyphosate Rebellion continues at full pace in Europe as a new European Commission proposal for a temporary license extension of 18 months failed to receive support from the European Union members states.

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The European Commission may now submit its temporary extension proposal to an appeal committee of political representatives of the 28 EU member states within one month. Continue reading »

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Jun 09

US GMO Soybean Farmers’ Expenses Shoot Up over Glyphosate Resistant Superweeds:

Today, U.S. soybean producers spend 88 percent more on crop protectant products than they did six years ago, stated the 2015 National Ag Statistics Survey last month.

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Source: www.agweek.com/

“Aside from seed expense, crop protection products (chemicals) are the most expensive input soybean producers pay for,” said Tong Wang, SDSU Extension Advanced Production Specialist, referencing the 2015 farm enterprise analysis data from FINBIN, the farm financial management database, which showed the average cash-rent soybean production farms in Minnesota, North and South Dakota incurred a crop chemical cost of $39 per acre.

To help producers reduce expenses, Wang encourages growers to consider modifying their pest management practices to include non-chemical options. Continue reading »

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Jun 09

New EPA Report Will Lead to Virtual US Ban on Atrazine Herbicide:

The amount of the herbicide atrazine that’s released into the environment in the United States is likely harming most species of plants and animals, including mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles, according to a risk assessment released Thursday by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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The EPA assessment of atrazine will lead to tighter regulatory limits on the product, manufactured by Swiss-based Syngenta AG, which will ultimately prevent farmers from being able to use it to control weeds in the U.S.. Continue reading »

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Jun 06

‘We’re swimming in our car!’ Flash floods strike Russia’s Black Sea coast (VIDEOS)

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Jun 05

Turkey sinks old Airbus jet, creating artificial reef to keep diving tourism afloat

Turkey sinks old Airbus jet, creating artificial reef to keep diving tourism afloat:

An Airbus A300 has been sunk and turned into an artificial reef off the coast of Kusadasi, a southwestern resort town in Turkey, while the country’s once booming tourism industry struggles to keep afloat amid a sharp drop in visitors due to sanctions and terror fears.

The airplane was brought to the southwestern resort town of Kusadasi in Aydin province on five trucking rigs on Saturday, local media reported. The 54-meter-long Airbus, said to be the biggest plane ever to be turned into an artificial reef, was dismantled in Istanbul in a procedure that started in April.  Continue reading »

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Jun 05

More than 10,000 people isolated by snow:

Worst snowfall in 30 years – up to 4½ meters (14 ft) in the mountains.

4 June 2016 – According to Government Secretary of the Department of Las Heras, Raul Villafane, the area involved is from Uspallata to the tunnel mouth, where more than 10 thousand people are affected.

Uspallata, Polvaredas, Punta de Vacas, Mundo Perdido (Lost World), Penitentes, Puente del Inca and Las Cuevas, are all towns that under the snow.

The nívea (snow) accumulation ranges from 35 cm to 4½ meters in Las Cuevas, said Villafane. It has been 30 years since it snowed so much. Continue reading »

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Jun 05

Interactive Map of Active Volcanoes and recent Earthquakes world-wide

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Jun 05

FYI.

The elite can easily make any kind of weather. (Floods, droughts, etc.)


03.06.2016

Paris and Bavaria are both experiencing extreme weather conditions as scientist predicted for Europe says Dimitri Lascaris

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Jun 04

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“Barrier Is Not Holding” at Fukushima Plant:

All efforts have failed to stop very high levels of radioactive materials flowing into the Pacific ocean.

TEPCO and the Japanese authorities are running out of ‘solutions’ for the containment of the highly radioactive water that continues to accumulate at the stricken plant. Continue reading »

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Jun 04

Larval perch that has ingested microplastic particles
Larval perch that has ingested microplastic particles

Ocean fish prefer to eat dangerous microplastics rather than plankton new study finds

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Jun 04

Flashback:

Earth’s North Magnetic Pole is Racing Toward Russia at Almost 64 Kilometers a Year Due to Core Flux


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Sudden appearance of crater dubbed ‘the Gateway to the Underworld’ in Siberia is a warning to our warming planet:

Professor Julian Murton, a geologist at the University of Sussex, has just returned from a trip to the crater to study its cliffs, which provide a new source of geological information that potentially dates back some 200,000 years.

This includes the last time that the Earth was warmer than it is now, when hippopotamuses and elephants wandered around the future Trafalgar Square.

Caused by “Anthropogenic Global Warming”, right???

However, it will be sometime before Siberia begins to melt dramatically. It can still experience temperatures as low as minus -68C.

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Jun 01

From the article:

“Our operating assumption is that everything west of Interstate 5 will be toast.”

What exactly sits west of I-5? As Anti-Media reported last year, “Encompassing around 140,000 square miles, that area includes Seattle, Tacoma, Eugene, Portland, Salem, Olympia — and around 7 million people.” 


FEMA Preparing For Magnitude 9.0 Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake, Tsunami

FEMA Bracing for the Earthquake That Will Decimate the Pacific Northwest:

United States — In an attempt to prepare for what’s been called The Really Big One, an earthquake of magnitude 9 or above — which scientists in 2015 determined will, in fact, occur sometime within the next 100 years — in the Cascadia Subduction Zone, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will conduct massive drills beginning June 7.

To test how government agencies, businesses, and residents should respond, or if indeed they are prepared to, FEMA’s Cascadia Rising plans to simulate conditions surrounding the projected magnitude-9 quake and its accompanying ruinously massive tsunami. Continue reading »

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