Oct 24

- Heavy early snowfall in North America and Siberia may portend brutal winter for U.S. and Europe (Ice Age Now, Oct 23, 2014):

Five times the normal amount of snow.

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Oct 23

Flashback:

- JPMorgan Employee Who Invented Credit Default Swaps is One of the Key Architects of Carbon Derivatives, Which Would Be at the Very CENTER of Cap and Trade


- Where is the carbon offset money going?” – Short video (Ice Age Now, Oct 22, 2014):

“We have been robbed. Or future generations have been destroyed.”

“The Carbon Rush is an epic documentary,” says reader Norm Smith. “It exposes carbon credit schemes and carbon-offset programs as nothing less than crimes against humanity.”

“This 2 minute youtube trailer gives a small sample of the atrocities and the horrors. It freaked me out. Please take a peek.”

Thanks to Norm Smith for this video

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Oct 23

- Heavy AUTUMN snow blankets Mohe City – Short video (Ice Age Now, Oct 22, 2014):

Sure looks like winter to me.

The heaviest autumn snow in three years blanketed Mohe City, in northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, affecting local residents’ daily lives and traffic flow.

http://www.euronews.com/nocomment/2014/10/21/heavy-autumn-snow-blankets-mohe-city-china/

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Oct 23

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- Glaciers on K-2, the 2nd highest peak on Earth,  are growing (Ice Age Now, Oct 21, 2014):

Scientists struggle to explain it (Look out! Here comes the spin!)


In the mountainous Karakoram region of Asia the glaciers aren’t melting. If anything, some are expanding, says this article on LiveScience.

“It’s been a source of controversy that these glaciers haven’t been changing while other glaciers in the world have,” said study researcher Sarah Kapnick, a postdoctoral researcher in atmospheric and ocean sciences at Princeton University. Continue reading »

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Oct 23

- Latest spin from Australia – Record ice in Antarctica caused by global warming (Ice Age Now, Oct 22, 2014):

Headlined ” Ice could cause grief for Antarctic vessels,” this story tries to blame global warming for the record sea-ice around Antarctica.  

“As the icebreaker Aurora Australis sets off from Hobart on its maiden mission for the summer season, the bright orange vessel has been stocked with extra supplies in case of hold-ups.

“For the first time since satellite records began in 1979 Antarctic sea ice has passed the 20 million square kilometre mark, voyage manager Robb Clifton says. Continue reading »

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Oct 23

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- Dramatic temperature drops in northern China (Ice Age Now, Oct 22, 2014)

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Oct 23

- Earth’s magnetic field weakening ten times faster than thought (Ice Age Now, Oct 21, 2014):

Indicates that a magnetic reversal occur hit sooner than anyone expected.

The Earth’s magnetic field, which protects the planet from huge blasts of radiation, has been weakening for several months, says livescience.com.

Magnetometers onboard Swarm satellites — three separate satellites placed in orbit by the European Space Agency (ESA) — show that Earth’s magnetic field is weakening at the rate of 5 percent per decade, 10 times faster than thought.

Previously, researchers had estimated that the field was weakening about 5 percent per century. This indicates that a full-fledged magnetic reversal could happen sooner than anyone thought.

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Red shades show areas where Earth’s magnetic field has strengthened over the past six months. Blue shades show areas that are weakening. Credit: ESA/DTU

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Earth’s magnetic poles getting ready to flip Continue reading »

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Oct 23

- Earth’s Magnetic Field in Trouble – Short video (Ice Age Now, Oct 19, 2014):

“We don’t have hundreds of years left before the magnetic reversal,”

says this video. “The Earth’s magnetic field is weakening 10 times faster now.”

Continue reading »

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Oct 22

- Gov’t report reveals Fukushima radioactive release much larger than Chernobyl — Japan reactors could have emitted nearly four times as much cesium-137 (ENENews, Oct 20, 2014):

Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, funded by the Korean government, July 2014:

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Oct 22

- Chemical contamination in environment, including pharmaceuticals, are ‘growing at exponential rate’ (Natural News, Oct 21, 2014):

The “innovative” and “challenging new compounds” created each day by commerce are threatening the planet in which we live, scientists say. More and more traces of pharmaceuticals are being discovered in our lakes, rivers and soil daily, and their effects are pretty much completely unknown.

For once, a lack of regulation on the government’s part is largely to blame. The “environmental spread of pharmaceuticals” is totally ignored by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), allowing these man-made pills to end up everywhere, including our drinking water.
Continue reading »

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Oct 22

-Japan TV Anchor: I couldn’t tell the truth about Fukushima — Shocking revelations kept secret from public — Nuclear Scientist: I have not trusted the information from beginning… “The worst scenario I predicted has happened” (VIDEO) (ENENews, Oct 20, 2014):

PRI’s ‘The World’, Oct 17, 2014: Japan’s timid coverage of Fukushima led this news anchor to revolt — and he’s not alone — No one is telling [evacuee] Shiga Kamematsu the truth Continue reading »

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Oct 22

- Fukushima nuclear waste detected off U.S. West Coast, from California to Canada — “There is definitely offshore Fukushima cesium now” — Test results will not be revealed to public for several weeks (VIDEO) (ENENews, Oct 17, 2014):

Statesman Journal, Oct. 17, 2014 at 1:31p ET (excerpts):

  • Headline: Fukushima radiation nearing West Coast
  • Massive amounts of contaminated water were released from Fukushima… Radioactive water has continued to leak and be released from the complex
  • No state or federal agency is testing Pacific waters for radiation Continue reading »

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Oct 22

- Gov’t: US, Canada hit with “high concentrations” of Fukushima nuclear material; Tremendous impact all over world, enormous public health consequences — West Coast plume was 500% of level requiring NRC be notified — UC Berkeley Prof.: “We did indeed see high… fairly… I mean… some… level of radiation” (AUDIO) (ENENews, Oct 17, 2014):

Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, research project funded by the Korean gov’t, published 2014 (emphasis added):  … even though almost three years have passed since the [Fukushima] accident, it is still having a tremendous impact not only on Japan but all over the world… [Fission products] are easily dispersed in the atmosphere [and] transported very easily by winds… [O]nce they are released into the atmosphere, their consequences are enormous from the viewpoint of the public health… [A] high concentration of 137Cs arrived in western North America on 17 March 2011… [The] release of large amounts of radioactivity into the environment poses a global risk… [F]ission products… can be easily transported to any places in the world [and] not just be deposited locally but globally… Recently, computer simulations revealed that on average only 8% of the 137Cs airborne particles are expected to deposit within an area of 50 km around the accident site and about 50% of the airborne particles would be deposited outside a radius of 1000 km… Due to this radioactivity release into the environment, the Fukushima accident has had a tremendous impact not only on Japan but all over the world as well… radioactive material knows no national boundary… Continue reading »

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Oct 21

Here is one of many reasons why they’ve killed him:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fh7wDN_6Fac&feature=youtu.be&t=1h27m5s#


Who’s Afraid of Wilhelm Reich (suppressed science)

Wilhelm Reich – Man’s Right to Know

Description:

Why would the United States government seek out and literally burn all the books they could find that mentioned a particular scientist’s work? Don’t you owe it to yourself to learn what it is they’ve worked so hard to suppress?

The life story of Wilhelm Reich should be taught in schools across the globe! If you don’t know about this important 20th century figure, you owe it to yourself to watch this free documentary on his life. I found it at Archive.org and reposted. Below is the description and information I found at that site. Continue reading »

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Oct 20

- Stunning Scenes From California’s Central Valley Drought (ZeroHedge, Oct 19, 2014):

No matter what you have read or seen so far on California’s historic Central Valley drought, you probably haven’t been touched by it as much as you will be by the following video from the New Yorker.

Terribly sad.

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Oct 20

- Siberian snow cover way ahead of schedule – Near record pace (Ice Age Now, Oct 18, 2014):

The difference is massive.

Compare snow mapping for October 2013 and October 2014 https://www.facebook.com/WxRisk/photos/p.761950707185523/761950707185523/?type=1

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NSIDC Snow Cover showing Siberian Snow Extent 2004-2014
https://www.facebook.com/WxRisk/photos/a.148807335166533.25889.129478830432717/761950520518875/?type=1&theater

Quoting WxRisk, “not only is the SAI way ahead of schedule and at a near record pace BUT the SCE– snow cover extent– is also going Gang busters..” Continue reading »

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Oct 20

From the article:

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“The problem with that argument is that we experienced the bulk of that warming between 1979 and 1998 . . . since then, we’ve actually had temperatures DROPPING!

As can be seen in this chart, we haven’t seen any global warming for 17 years.”


There Is No Global Warming ( Moneynews, Oct 18, 2014):

You’ve heard how the Earth is rapidly heating up . . . causing drought, famine, and mayhem.

For sure, Al Gore and the media encourage you to jump on the global warming bandwagon every time there is a heat wave or when a photo of a lone polar bear floating on an iceberg emerges.

But how much has the world really warmed? Continue reading »

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Oct 20

Wanting to hang on to the test that produces so many false positives maybe?


- FDA actively blocking fast Ebola detection technology in America (Natural News, Oct 19, 2014):

Common sense would lead you to believe that the U.S. government would be doing everything in its power, now that Ebola has reached American shores, to combat the deadly virus. But if you assumed that, you would be mistaken.

Most people don’t know that there is an Ebola screening machine; it is currently available to the U.S military, and the military is using it now. So why aren’t U.S. hospitals using it? Because government guidelines prevent hospitals from doing so.

According to military news site Defense One:

It’s a toaster-sized box called FilmArray, produced by a company called BioFire, a subsidiary of bioMerieux and it’s capable of detecting Ebola with a high degree of confidence — in under an hour. Continue reading »

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Oct 20

- Uh oh… Signs of an unusually cold winter coming our way (Ice Age Now, Oct 18, 2014):

“The snow in Siberia is piling up, and if it keeps coming, people in New York may have to bundle up this winter,” says Bloomberg.

There’s a theory that the amount of snow covering Eurasia in October is an indication of how much icy air will sweep down from the Arctic in December and January, pouring over parts of North America, Europe and East Asia. Continue reading »

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Oct 20

- North polar ice cap increasing in size (Ice Age Now, Oct 18, 2014):

“Weakening the global warming argument is data showing that the North Polar ice cap is increasing in size,” says Moneynews.com.

Recent satellite images from NASA actually reflect an increase of 43% to 63%.

This is quite the opposite of what the global warming faction warned us. Continue reading »

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Oct 20

- Nepal death toll now 43 and rising (Ice Age Now, Oct 18, 2014):

“Cold so severe it froze your eyelids.”

Rescuers have found 11 more bodies following the snowstorm in Nepal, taking the death toll to at least 43.

“Unseasonal” weather

Hundreds of people became trapped in the Himalayas after the country was hit by a sudden  blizzard. More than 40, including several British trekkers, are still unaccounted for after the unseasonal weather hit a popular 200-mile (320km) trekking route around Annapurna, the world’s 10th-tallest peak, on Tuesday.

Anywhere from 40 to 100 still missing Continue reading »

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Oct 20

- Snowfall headed for Moscow this weekend (Ice Age Now, Oct 18, 2014):

This weather is what we would normally expect on the tenth of November.


Russians could have to deal with a series of snowfalls, reported newspaper Gazeta.

“On October 17, cold air will flow into the capital region with north-east winds, reducing the thermometer: up to four degrees in the capital and minus four in the Moscow region. North and north-east of the region might see some wet snow”, said news agency Moskva.

After the weekend, temperatures will continue to drop. Continue reading »

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Oct 20

- Plants Absorbing More CO2 Than We Thought (Ice Age Now, Oct 17, 2014):

Climate models “have grossly underestimated the power of our plants,”says this article on Nature World News.

The models “failed to take into account that when carbon dioxide (CO2) builds up in the atmosphere, plants actually thrive, become larger, and are able to soak up more CO2.”

According to a new study, carbon acts like a fertilizer that accelerates plants growth. Continue reading »

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Oct 19

- Hurricane Gonzalo hit Bermuda, leaves 29,000 without power (VIDEO) (RT, Oct 18, 2014):

Hurricane Gonzalo hit Bermuda as a Category 2 storm on Friday knocking out 80 percent of the island’s power and leaving thousands of people in the dark.

The storm struck Bermuda with maximum wind speeds of 115 mph (185 kph), reported Reuters. It knocked out power for the vast majority of people living on the island. In fact, 29,000 of the 36,000 metered customers do not have electricity.

From within the storm area, those behind the ‘We Are Bermuda’ Twitter account shared what they could see from their windows. Continue reading »

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Oct 19

Related info:

- Leuren Moret – Fukushima: Impact of Fallout On Oceans (Pt.1)

- Leuren Moret – Fukushima: Impact of Fallout On Oceans (Pt. 2)


- Meanwhile, Back At Fukushima … (Washington’s Blog, Oct 18, 2014):

Even With Ebola, ISIS, Ukraine and Wild Stock Market Swings … Fukushima Still Ranks As Imporant World News

Nothing has been fixed at Fukushima.

After typhoon Phanfone dumped a bunch of water on Fukushima earlier this month, radioactive tritium levels jumped tenfold.

After typhoon Vongfong dumped a bunch more water on the plant, radioactive cesium and strontium levels soared.

Radiation levels in the water are at all-time highs.

Officials said there’s nothing they can do to stop it, and they have no idea how much radiation is running into the ocean. Continue reading »

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Oct 18

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- Over 100,000 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 still detected in a park of Chiba (Fukushima Diary, Oct 13, 2014):

101,000 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 was measured from the soil of a park in Chiba. A citizen’s organization “PLANET ROCK” analyzed and reported this October.

The location is “Shin-Matsudo central park” in Matsudo city, Chiba. This area is known as one of the worst hot spots in Kanto area.

The specific sample was collected beside the toilet of the park. From the other side of the toilet, they also measured 93,400 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137. Continue reading »

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Oct 18

- Fukushima: Impact of Fallout On Oceans (Pt. 2) (Leuren Moret, June 1, 2014)

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Oct 18

- Fukushima: Impact of Fallout On Oceans (Pt.1) (Leuren Moret, Jan 31, 2014)

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Oct 18

- 60% Of California Will Remain In Drought Through Winter, NOAA Warns (ZeroHedge, Oct 17, 2014):

Just wehn you thought it was safe to shower again, NOAA issues their US seasonal drought outlook and crushes dreams of wetter winter helping Californians. Hopes for heavy rain from El Nino will not be enough to change the drought situation for 60% of Californians, as MotherJones reports, NOAA forecasters warn, “While we’re predicting at least a 2 in 3 chance that winter precipitation will be near or above normal throughout the state, with such widespread, extreme deficits, recovery will be slow.”

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Oct 17

- Record Radiation at Fukushima after Vongfong: First tests since Tuesday’s typhoon show radioactive material continues rising near ocean — Officials: We can’t do anything more to stop this, ‘depth and scope’ of contamination flowing out are unknown (ENENews, Oct 16, 2014):

Japan Times, Oct 15, 2014: Radioactivity spikes in No. 1 reactor well water — [Tepco] said there has been a sharp spike in the radioactivity of water samples taken from an observation well built by the sea… located to the east of the damaged No. 2 reactor… The well is positioned close to an underground trench by the sea that is connected to the No. 2 reactor building. Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, Tepco official Isao Shirai told reporters that the increased radioactivity in the water could be due to higher levels of groundwater caused by recent typhoons mixing with radioactive elements… Continue reading »

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