Jun 30

Russian State Duma Passes Total Ban on GMO Crops and Animals:

Russia’s State Duma adopted Friday the third and final reading of a government bill that introduces a total ban on the cultivation and breeding in Russia of genetically modified (GM) plants and animals, except for scientific research purposes.

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Source: tass.ru

The Sate Duma has also given the Russian Government the right to prevent the import of products containing GMOs in to Russia, if it is revealed that a specific GMO has a negative impact on human health and/or the environment

Russia’s Agriculture Minister, Alexander Tkachev, stated Friday;  ”The Ministry of Agriculture is strongly against GMOs, Russian products will remain clean.” Continue reading »

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Jun 30

Nestlé Discovers Water in the Arizona Desert, and Bottles It:

Despite a 17-year drought, Phoenix has welcomed the sale of its water as a consumer product—but for how long?

A Nestlé bottling unit is opening a new plant in drought-stricken Phoenix because that’s where the water is. Really.

Drought? Desert? Water? The pure dissonance provoked understandable controversy among the sand-lubbers who make up one of the top three U.S. markets in per capita water-bottle-swigging.

“It’s hard for people to hold in their minds,” said Sarah Porter, director of the Kyl Water Center at Arizona State University. “Those two things don’t seem compatible.” And yet the question remains—how can they bottle water in the desert?

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Jun 30

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Bikini Islanders Still Deal with Fallout of US Nuclear Tests, 70 Years Later

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Jun 30

Related info:

World Government Think Tanks Ready for Global Food Shortages: Timeline and Which Countries (Video)


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250 millibar wind jet stream crossed from Northern Hemisphere to the Southern Hemisphere and joined that flow for two days, literally pole to pole wind flow over the equator. Strange anomalies in the stratospheric zonal flow as well. Will this move the Hadley Cell more north greening the deserts of Africa and usher in a drought in Europe?

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Jun 30

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European Commission Extends Glyphosate License without Real Restrictions:

The unelected European Commission (EC) has unilaterally extended the license of glyphosate until the end of 2017, despite the democratic European member states creating the Great Glyphosate Rebellion by repeatedly not reaching an agreement to renew the approval of the World’s most used herbicide.

The EC has proposed to the Member States certain restrictions on the conditions of use of the probable carcinogen glyphosate, GM Watch reported Wednesday.

However, the restrictions are not significant. The conditions include: Continue reading »

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Jun 29

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FEMA representatives came out and said that food shortages will abount by 2020 and food prices will rise by 400%. This summary was from the larger Food Chain Reaction Global Food Security Group Workshop. The findings were startling. All governments across the planet know the Grand Solar Minimum is arriving, and they had this exercise to discover the ramifications on our global food yields and delivery systems. Losses and chaos was the outcome.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-06…

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Food Chain Reaction Story http://motherboard.vice.com/read/fema…
http://foodchainreaction.org/
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Jun 29

28.06.2016

Australia receives 70 cm/ 2.3 feet of snow across the mountains and tropical vegetation shivers under the weight of inches of snow. More atmospheric compression events across the planet from West Virginia USA, Netherlands to mega hail in China.

Australia https://startsat60.com/stories/news/w…
http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/win…
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https://twitter.com/BigJoeBastardi?re…
http://www.news.com.au/technology/env…
Minnesota Hail
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B83E… Continue reading »

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Jun 29

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In the first and second week of June 2016, S.E Brazil with 38 cites below 0C, and hundreds of cold temperature records broken. Frost, snow and freezing lakes damage some crops that are ready to harvest.

Coldest in 20 years http://g1.globo.com/minas-gerais/tria…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uberaba
Southern Hemisphere cold 2016 http://freddofili.it/13958-landamento…
La Nina Forecast http://freddofili.it/13596-esplode-la…
Victoria Brazil Cold June 2016 http://freddofili.it/13961-cambiament…

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Jun 29

H/t reader squodgy:

“At last!

I’ve been searching for three years to establish if “something going on in the Pacific” is really affecting the Salmon catches in Alaska.

Now, at last the Alasks Department of Fish & Game report clearly shows a dramatic drop in catches and expected catches as well as a 10% drop in average sizes.

Of course, fudging the problem by changing zone sizes, blaming ocean temperature and increased meltwater have the required effect of making the elephant in the room invisible again.

Just maybe, these excuses have a common source……FUKUSHIMA.”


2016 Inseason Alaska Commercial Salmon Summary

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Jun 28

H/t reader squodgy:

“Again, those who we pay to protect us, do the opposite.”


When the Wind Blows:

When the Wind Blows: Tracking Toxic Chemicals in Gas Fields and Impacted Communities is a report documenting Coming Clean’s collaborative, community-based research project to monitor toxic volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in gas fields in rural Pavillion, Wyoming and to see what same VOCs are present in the bodies of people who work and live there.

We focused our research on volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and a specific family of VOCs named BTEX chemicals (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylenes) – because these chemicals are also known to be hazardous to human health, even at low levels.  Through this project we constructed a new “methods development” for air- and biomonitoring for these toxic chemicals.   Continue reading »

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Jun 27

Earthquakes Cause Giant Natural Gas Field To Cut Production By 44%:

Europe just lost a big chunk of production from one of its most critical natural gas fields, and not for any of the usual reasons – technical problems, pipeline constraints, or terrorist disruptions.

These cuts are due to earthquakes.

The development came at the Groningen natgas field in the Netherlands. The largest producing field in Western Europe — and one of the world’s top 10 gas fields by size. Continue reading »

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Jun 26

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“Unprecedented” Arctic-warming claims are false:

The Arctic was warmer in the late 1930s.
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The media keeps shouting that the “global warming” that took place during the late 1990s was unprecedented, and therefore definitely man-made.

But that is simply not true.

Take a took at this graph based on Hadcrut data. Continue reading »

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Jun 26

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A “one-in-a-thousand-year event”: Rivers reach historic highs as federal disaster declared across West Virginia: 24 dead:

A federal disaster declaration was approved for three of the hardest-hit counties in flood-ravaged West Virginia after a historic deluge killed at least 24 people there.

The floodwaters swept away cars, cut power to thousands and trapped hundreds in a shopping center after 10 inches of rain pounded parts of the state in just 24 hours.
It also submerged a golf course, forcing the PGA to cancel the upcoming Greenbrier Classic.

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Jun 26

Watch the video here:

Watch these baseball-sized chunks of hail destroy cars in a Chinese parking lot:

A violent hailstorm hit China’s Shanxi province. Watch as baseball-sized pieces of hail smash through car windows.

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Jun 24

Summertime Snow on Crystal Mountain:

24 June 2016 – Web cam at Crystal Mountain Ski Area shows snow this morning.

Weather & Cams

Crystal Mountain is located in Washington state about 75 miles southeast of Seattle.

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Jun 24

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Snow for Glacier National Park – In late June:

Up to 8 inches (20 cm) of snow by Saturday morning
Temperatures 15-20 degrees cooler than Thursday Continue reading »

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Jun 23

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Expert Groups Call for Transparency on US Genetically Modified Moth Experiments:

Environmental, food safety and organic farming organizations are demanding clear public information about a controversial plan to conduct an open air field trial of genetically modified (GM) diamondback moths at Cornell’s agricultural experiment station in Geneva, New York.

The GM moths are intended to control population levels with an engineered trait that causes female offspring to die in the larval stage. The diamondback moth is a pest for producers of crops like broccoli and cabbage. The plan for the trial includes the release of over a million GM moths every year on a 60-acre site at the experiment station. Continue reading »

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Jun 23

Iceland’s Hekla volcano “ready to blow”:

A geophysics professor from the University of Iceland has warned people not to travel up Hekla volcano in South Iceland as it could erupt at any moment.

As reported by Icelandic news website visir.is (link in Icelandic), Hekla erupted regularly ever ten years or so from 1970 to 2000 – but has now been silent for sixteen years. Continue reading »

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Jun 22

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The Big One? Large-Scale Motion Detected at San Andreas Fault: “The Build-up Is Causing Movement”:

As if California doesn’t have enough problems already…

The big one is believed to be due every century or so along major fault lines – and California is long overdue. Eventually, there is just too much built up pressure that must be released.

Although experts don’t know when a major earthquake may hit the San Andreas fault, they expect that it is simply inevitable and have warned for years about mitigating the disaster to come.

Sadly, few of those warnings have been heeded, and major destruction is likely to someday affect, directly or indirectly, most of the tens of millions of residents who live in or near Los Angeles and the surrounding area.

Here are some of the simulations of what they officially say could happen. In reality, the damage and the secondary effect on social order could have an even greater impact: Continue reading »

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Jun 22

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Obama’s EPA caught covering up high heavy metals pollution across U.S. cities as federal government wages multi-faceted WAR against its own citizens:

Our citizen-powered EPA Watch program has now resulted in the open source publishing of heavy metals contamination tests of 230 municipal water samples across America. The results show that two to three per cent of the U.S. water is highly contaminated with toxic heavy metals, poisoning an estimated 10 million Americans with brain-damaging contaminants that surpass EPA limits.

Yet the EPA has not alerted Americans to these toxic heavy metals in their water. Just as in the case of Flint, Michigan, the EPA is systematically covering up irrefutable scientific evidence of heavy metals water contamination across America. Continue reading »

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Jun 21

California In Power Grid Emergency

Blackouts Loom With California In Power Grid Emergency: “All Customers Should Expect 14 Days Without Power”:

The entire Los Angeles metropolitan area and most of Southern California can expect blackouts this summer.

The power grid is under direct threat as a result of the unprecedented, but little reported, massive natural gas leaks at Alisco Canyon that was ongoing for  four months as an intense summer heat wave sets in.

According to Reuters:

California will have its first test of plans to keep the lights on this summer…

With record-setting heat and air conditioning demand expected in Southern California, the state’s power grid operator issued a so-called “flex alert,” urging consumers to conserve energy to help prevent rotating power outages – which could occur regardless. Continue reading »

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Jun 21

Los Angeles is predicted to be most at risk from The Big One

The Big One: ‘Large scale motion’ detected along San Andreas fault:

Large scale motion has been detected along the San Andreas Fault line, thanks to new analysis of existing data that could help predict ‘The Big One’ in the future.

Previously uninterpreted data showing vertical movement of the fault’s crust detected several millimeters of uplift and subsidence in surface areas as large as 125 miles. Continue reading »

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Jun 20

106-Year-old photo destroys another global warming argument:

Latest Paris flood NOT caused by global warming

With parts of France under 18 feet of water, some have tried to blame global warming, but a French photographer has a picture that destroys those assertions.

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Credit Julien Knez

This photo from Kristine Mitchell and Julien Knez  shows that the 1910 flood  –  long before global warming became an issue. – was even worse than the latest flood.

When it comes to blaming modern climate change for the recent flooding in Paris, this picture says a thousand words

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Jun 19

“And above all, it will affect humanity in its existence, in its production and its own subsistence.”

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One of the most briliant astronomers in the world confirms that Hercolubus is very real and is coming.

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Jun 19

Cycling’s Tour de Switzerland final stage shortened due to cold

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Jun 18

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Alex Epstein, author of ‘The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels,’ appears on Glenn Beck’s radio program May 14, 2015.

Global Warming Skeptic Receives Subpoena From Mass. Attorney General — and Sends Back Unsparing Three-Word Response:

So you’re a global warming skeptic, author, philosopher and think tank creator who champions the use of fossil fuels.

Then you get subpoenaed by the Massachusetts attorney general over your think-tank’s supposed ties to ExxonMobil — the claim being that the oil giant allegedly attempted to cover up global warming science.

And how did Alex Epstein, author of “The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels,” respond to Maura Healey’s subpoena on Wednesday?

“F*** off, fascist,” he wrote. Continue reading »

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Jun 17

Fire burning in Santa Barbara County more than doubles to 4,000 acres overnight:

A wildfire in Santa Barbara County that’s threatening homes and closing major highways more than doubled in size overnight to 4,000 acres, federal officials said early Friday.

Chewing through vegetation that hasn’t burned since the 1950s and pushed by 40 mph winds, the Sherpa fire crawled toward Highway 101 between El Capitan State Beach and Gaviota, forcing the California Highway Patrol to shut down the coastal route overnight.

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Jun 17

Record cold in Antarctica:

14 June 2016 – In Vostok, temperature of -80.3 degrees was recorded.

Coldest since observations began. Meteonovosti.ru

http://hmn.ru/index.php?index=1&ts=160615112429

http://www.ogimet.com/cgi-bin/gsynres?ind=89606&ano=2016&mes=6&day=14&hora=7&min=0&ndays=30

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Jun 17

Alaska, Finland, China, Russia, New York State JUNE SNOW – Video:

Crop Losses Follow

Rare Snowstorms abound across the planet. Mid-June and every continent received snow across both hemispheres. Record snows in Argentina/Chile, New York state, Russia, China, Finland

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Jun 17

More snow for California – in Mid-June:

WINTER storm watch . . . In mid-June.

An unseasonably cold weather system moves through NorCal mountain regions Wednesday night Continue reading »

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