A TSUNAMI warning has been issued after a 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck Central America as a hurricane barrelled through the region.
The US Pacific Warning Center said hazardous tsunami waves are possible within 186miles of the quake epicentre in El Salvador.
The warning came just minutes after a 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck at 12.44pm local time (6.44pm GMT) at a depth of 20miles, about 96miles south-southwest of Puerto Triunfo in El Salvador, according to the US Geological Survey.
H/t reader squodgy:
“A bit too far North perhaps?”
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Over the last four months, 121 Nobel laureates have signed a letter extolling the safety and benefits of GM crops. Prof David Schubert and Steven M. Druker, JD explain why they consider the letter an affront to science and the public trust.
Over the last four months, 121 Nobel laureates have signed a letter extolling the safety and benefits of genetically modified (GM) crops and alleging that organizations and individuals that don’t support their unfettered introduction are committing a “crime against humanity”. The campaign to obtain the signatures was organized by Richard Roberts, chief scientific officer of New England Biolabs, who, with assistance from Monsanto’s former head of corporate communications, staged a press conference in Washington, D.C. to publicize the letter.
Not surprisingly, this letter has had a major impact. However, although it purports to be science-based, most of its chief assertions are demonstrably false.
H/t reader squodgy:
“I think this will become an ‘end game’ scenario.
If the likes of Bayer/Monsatan are allowed to interfere with the world’s main source of life giving oxygen, the Brazilian Rain Forest, and we sit idly by, we are complicit in our destruction.
Add this beautiful fact (chemtrailing) to the equation & you have a double whammy.”
In the process of photosynthesis, phytoplankton release oxygen into the water. Half of the world’s oxygen is produced via phytoplankton photosynthesis.
Phytoplankton currently getting destroyed by Fukushima has already been rapidly declining since 1950. – I.U.
The other half is produced via photosynthesis on land by trees, shrubs, grasses, and other plants.
In the background of modern life, as people go on debating politics and working for a living, something dreadful is happening to the eco-systems which support us. Major disasters like the ongoing radioactive leak at Fukushima, the apocalyptic fires burning throughout Indonesia, even bee colony collapse disorder, seem to fall out of view in day-to-day life, as we seem to have lost our power and will to directly participate in the stewardship of planet earth.
A new crisis is now happening all around us affecting trees. It appears that millions, hundreds of millions even, of trees are dying in North America and around the world from a basket of reasons, promising to completely and permanently alter the landscape and environment around us.
Trees are among the most abundant and the most critical organisms on planet earth, and only recently have we been able to assess just how many trees inhabit planet earth. A study published in 2015 gave us this picture: Continue reading »
Record cold – Temperatures in most parts of Siberia and the Urals most typical for January.
A bitter -11.7C was recorded in Braemar in Aberdeenshire – making it the coldest November night since 2010.
A abnormally cold weather will continue in parts of the Tomsk region with lows dropping to -32 to-37 ° C
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From the article:
Mr Trump told Fox News in January: “I think that climate change is just a very, very expensive form of tax. A lot of people are making a lot of money. I know a lot about climate change….I’ve received environmental awards.”
The President-elect had suggested climate change was a ‘hoax’
It is hard to keep up with the pace of change in the mind of Donald Trump.
Just hours after announcing he was not going to pursue an investigation of Hillary Clinton over her use of a personal email server, he indicated another important U-turn – this time in regard to climate.
During the campaign, Mr Trump has suggested climate change was nothing more than a “hoax”, and that the so-called myth may have been started by the Chinese. Continue reading »
Update 9:22 PM EST: The cooling systems for the reactor at Fukushima is reportedly back on, and the situation has been averted. Tsunami waves maxed out at waves reaching heights of about 4.5 feet (1.4 meters), but no significant damage or loss of life has been reported. The magnitude of the earthquake has also been downgraded from earlier reports of a 7.4 to a much weaker 6.9 earthquake.
One of the worst case scenarios is happening again.
According to reports, Fukushima is being struck again by a tsunami after a large 7.4 earthquake – just updated from reports of a 7.3 earthquake – struck off the main island directly in front of the Fukushima Prefecture where the beleaguered TEPCO nuclear plant is situated.
A tsunami warning is in effect for Japan’s Fukushima Prefecture after a 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck off Honshu at 5:59 a.m. Tuesday (3:59 p.m. Monday ET), according to the Japan Meteorological Agency.A tsunami wave of 1-3 meters (3-10 feet) is possible, according to the agency.
Numerous aftershocks, somewhere in the range of 5.0 to 5.4 are being widely reported as well. Continue reading »
And we cannot even be sure about the ocean warming …
This is how we’re being conned.
It’s not global warming, it’s OCEAN warming
By Robert W Felix
We keep hearing that this month, or that month, or some other month, was the hottest month on record.
“May 2016 Was the 13th Consecutive Warmest Month on Record,” shouts the headline on Weather.com.
“The 15th month, in a row, that we’ve had the hottest month on record,” warns the accompanying video.
“NASA Report, 8th Consecutive Warmest Month On Record,” the article explains.
“April 2016 was the warmest April on record for the globe, making it the 12th consecutive month that earth has recorded its warmest respective month on record.”
Eighth? Thirteenth? Fifteenth? Twelfth? All of these conflicting numbers appeared in the same article.
Whatever the number, it’s still a con job. Continue reading »
NOAA shows record warm temperatures where there are no temperature monitoring stations or ocean buoys, that is straight up fraud. From Africa, Middle East and Antarctica, all made up data. All the while second most snow for Norther Hemisphere and RSS land stations show strong cooling and the sunspots are gone form our Sun three years early on the regular 11 year solar cycle.
NOAA September Temperature Fraud http://realclimatescience.com/2016/11…
“The Abnormal Warmth That Prevailed In The First Half Of The 20th Century” deleted 1970’s cooling http://realclimatescience.com/2016/11…
October Global Temperature Down a Little from September http://www.drroyspencer.com/2016/11/u…
International Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (ICOADS) http://icoads.noaa.gov/index_fig1.html
Record Global Cooling Over The Last Eight Months http://principia-scientific.org/recor…
Global 2 meter anomolies https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CxPY5x1VI…
Sun spotless again 11/20 https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CxsABVTXA…
Northern hemisphere snow cover historical https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cxi0Y2hXg…
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H/t reader squodgy:
“We’ll see, but it will be dumbed down whatever….
Let’s face it it can’t make it any worse can it?”
- USGA initially put the quake at a magnitude of 7.3, has since downgraded to 6.9
- This compares with the devastating March 2011 quake which had a magnitude 9.1 (if you are unfamiliar with the Richter scale, it is a logarithmic scale, a M9 quake is 10 times larger than an M8 quake, for example)
- The two nuclear power plants in operation in Japan have been shut down in response. Both are located in the southeast of the country, near this quakeUPDATE 2 Continue reading »
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H/t reader squodgy:
“Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Delhi & Shanghai have similar geographical status to Tehran where susceptibility to wind clearance is concerned.
Perhaps not a good choice to raise a family.”
A thick layer of smog engulfed Tehran, Iran over the last week. The unprecedented pollution levels have set new records while more than 400 people were reported dead.
The PM2.5 levels have reached values exceeding 150 micrograms per cubic meter, thus setting a new record for the area. The particles of 2.5 micrometers in diameters are regarded as extremely dangerous, as they are capable of penetrating human lungs and enter the bloodstream. According to media reports, they are connected to the rising rates of chronic bronchitis, lung cancer, and heart disease.
This week, however, the blanket of smog smothering the Iranian capital has been blamed for a string of deaths and prompted unprecedented emergency measures by the city’s authorities.
Video credit: NewsBeat Social
According to Habib Kashani, a member of the local municipal council, 412 people have died as a result of air pollution over the last 23 days. All the local schools have been closed down, as of November 17, 2016.
I had posted the article in on Sep. 27, 2010 here:
By James Delingpole
Last updated: September 26th, 2010
Source: The Telegraph
Here is the article in full:
Bilderberg. Whether you believe it’s part of a sinister conspiracy which will lead inexorably to one world government or whether you think it’s just an innocent high-level talking shop, there’s one thing that can’t be denied: it knows which way the wind is blowing. (Hat tips: Will/NoIdea/Ozboy)
At its June meeting in Sitges, Spain (unreported and held in camera, as is Bilderberg’s way), some of the world’s most powerful CEOs rubbed shoulders with notable academics and leading politicians. They included: the chairman of Fiat, the Irish Attorney General Paul Gallagher, the US special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke, Henry Kissinger, Bill Gates, Dick Perle, the Queen of the Netherlands, the editor of the Economist…. Definitely not Z-list, in other words.
Which is what makes one particular item on the group’s discussion agenda so tremendously significant. See if you can spot the one I mean:
The 58th Bilderberg Meeting will be held in Sitges, Spain 3 – 6 June 2010. The Conference will deal mainly with Financial Reform, Security, Cyber Technology, Energy, Pakistan, Afghanistan, World Food Problem, Global Cooling, Social Networking, Medical Science, EU-US relations.
Yep, that’s right. Global Cooling. Continue reading »
Fifty hours of blizzards paralyze traffic and halt flights in Altay prefecture in NW China’s Xinjiang.
16 Nov 2016 – In mountainous areas, 43 inches of snow has been reported, setting a new record for November.
Local authority launched a level-four emergency response after the city’s snowstorm continued past 50 hours. (Xinhua/Ye Erjiang) Continue reading »
Snows across the middle east from Algeria, to Yemen, Iran and Azerbaijan and central Asia. Not only are these snow areas rare but it only the 2nd week of November 2016. COP22 is being held at the same time, and its about time we start discussing Global Cooling on the agenda as it seems the grand solar minimum is intensifying.
Early deep freeze in Siberia closes schools https://www.sott.net/article/334034-E…
Sun Halo Russia extreme cold https://www.sott.net/article/333911-S…
Siberia’s early deep freeze closes schools http://tass.com/society/912107
Kazakhstan – Main roads closed due to heavy snow and blizzards https://iceagenow.info/kazachstan-mai…
NOAA backtracks on warm winter forecast for Europe and Asia as record snow blankets Stockholm, Sweden and -50F below normal temperatures across central Asia. Japan below normal temperatures and 75% of oceans across the planet are cooling as well.
Europe Freezes https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/c…
Gore offers to work with Trump on climate change https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/e…
Greenland Ice Balance http://beta.dmi.dk/en/groenland/maali…
Greenland melts at -20C NSIDC http://nsidc.org/greenland-today/
According to a number of media outlets, international banker Benjamin de Rothschild is expelling Baka pygmies from their land in Cameroon in an effort for his company to operate an elephant hunting safari in the area.
Not only has Rothschild expelled the Pygmies, but he has also led an effort to beat and torture them in the process. Survival International, an indigenous advocacy group, published statements in early November from the alleged victims of Rothschild and his business.
“They beat us, they searched for us, they set their dogs on you, their guns on you,” said one member of the Baka who also claimed that his fields were burned. Continue reading »
Ignoring the legal requirement to examine threats to endangered species, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approved Wednesday the use of the dangerously toxic herbicide dicamba on crops genetically modified to tolerate the chemical.
Dicamba has been around for decades, but this new EPA decision allows the herbicide to be sprayed directly on genetically modified (GM) cotton and soybeans — opening the door for dicamba use to jump from less than 1 million pounds to more than 25 million annually on these two crops. Continue reading »
New data compiled by Bloomberg Government reveal that Obamacare has already cost taxpayers $73 billion, including $2.1 billion on its busted Obamacare website–a figure more than double what the Obama administration originally claimed.
As Bloomberg notes, its “analysis shows that costs for both healthcare.gov and the broader reform effort are far greater than anything publicly discussed” and are “substantially greater than what the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) initially estimated health reform would cost by this point.” Continue reading »
Nov 6, 2016
clif high, Web Bot Report, 2016 Predictions, Nuclear Fallout, Megaquakes, Epidemics, Weather Wars
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Footage filmed during the powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake shows the night sky lighting up with mysterious green, white and blue flashes.
New Zealander Zachary Bell said he filmed a video at ‘the peak of the shaking’, noting that ‘the sky began to light up with colours’ over the sea. Continue reading »
Fukushima’s Nuclear Plant reactor No. 1 has been fully exposed for the first time since the March 2011 tragedy, after the utility company safely removed the last cover sheet of the temporary protective construction.
Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) used an industrial crane to lift the last of its 18 protective panels Thursday. Each of the panels weighs around 20 tons and measure 23 by 17 meters. Continue reading »
H/t reader squodgy:
“At last, someone is talking time lapse.
But it makes little difference.”
The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is one of the biggest environmental terrors of our generation. An entire region of Japan was turned into a complete disaster area because of the negligence of one corporation. As horrifying as the initial disaster was, the longterm effects are what we should all be focused on — because it will have negative consequences on the world as a whole.
The Fukushima disaster has left the entire Pacific Ocean completely contaminated, and experts believe that it will take roughly 16 million years for the contamination to dissipate totally. Millions and millions of years are needed in order to relieve this disaster, which is frightening to say the least. Continue reading »
- 5,000 leaked emails reveal scientists deleted evidence that cast doubt on claims climate change was man-made
- Experts were under orders from US and UK officials to come up with a ‘strong message’
- Critics claim: ‘The stink of intellectual corruption is overpowering’
- Scientist asks, ‘What if they find that climate change is a natural fluctuation? They’ll kill us all’
More than 5,000 documents have been leaked online purporting to be the correspondence of climate scientists at the University of East Anglia who were previously accused of ‘massaging’ evidence of man-made climate change.
Following on from the original ‘climategate’ emails of 2009, the new package appears to show systematic suppression of evidence, and even publication of reports that scientists knew to to be based on flawed approaches.
Continue reading »
With the polar vortex centered directly over Asia 2016-2017 winter, snow and cold records are already being set. Snowbrains calling for record snow in Japan due to La Nina and record cold across central Asia and China. I myself am calling snow in downtown Taipei 2017 winter.
A giant sinkhole appeared in the middle of a busy Japanese city on Tuesday, swallowing part of a five-lane street near the main railway station.
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Two tropical systems are currently lurking in the Northwest Pacific, north of Yap. One of them, now known as the Tropical Storm “Meari” will continue intensifying over the next three days and may threaten the Phillippines over the coming weekend, while the impact of the second system is still unknown.
H/t reader squodgy:
“Back in 2013 I recall the Philippines being devastated by two consecutive typhoons, following the uprising when the US wanted to reopen Clark AFB (previously closed due to volcanic dust).
At that time weather/seismic/HAARP watcher, Michael Janitch (Dutchsinse.com) posted that there were two distinct microwave pulse beams focused on the exact formation spots of both typhoons one day before they formed, and extrapolated the generation spot by triangulation to a US military establishment on an island between Japan & Alaska.
The result was the devastation from both typhoons forced the Philippine Gov to plead for emergency help, enabling the US to sneakily re-establish themselves. Continue reading »
At the end of January a news article appeared, “Ecuador To Sell A Third Of Its Amazon Rainforest To Chinese Oil Companies,” and has resurfaced again and again on the internet. Posted on progressive websites such as Reader Supported News, Daily Kos, “The PeoplesVoice.org”, “ThinkGlobalGreen.org”, the story often comes with maps of the affected area, and include pictures of indigenous peoples living peaceably with nature or protesting against oil drilling. Continue reading »
The most important ecological crisis of the world has ever seen has been underway since March 11th, 2011, yet there is nary a mention of it in the corporate media, and no political body in the world is championing its resolution. Continue reading »