Signs Of Change Days After Tomorrow, Extreme November 2012 Events

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Ice Age Cometh So Soon? Record-breaking snowfall in Moscow disrupts flights, wreaks havoc on roads
Thu, 29 Nov 2012

A record-breaking snowfall in Moscow has disrupted flights, created havoc on the roads, and forecasters say the storm will rage until Friday morning. Moscow’s city hall said the Russian capital hasn’t seen a bigger snowfall in November in about 50 years. The weather forecast service said on Thursday that a third of November’s typical amount of snow had fallen in the past 24 hours, creating a 12 centimeter (4.7 inches) cover.

The roads in the capital were clogged up and about 70 flights from Moscow’s largest Domodedovo airport were disrupter overnight. On Thursday, all three of the capital’s airports are working normally.

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Nov. 29, 2012: A bulldozer removes snow in Red Square in Moscow, Russia.

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‘After 26 years in TV weather and two years with NOAA, Sandy may pose the greatest risk to human life that I have seen’: Hurricane Sandy even looks scary from space

James Nye and Beth Stebner
Daily Mail
Fri, 26 Oct 2012 16:27 CDT

New York has just been declared a state of emergency in advance of Hurricane Sandy which is expected to hit the East Coast late on Sunday, with the possibility it will halt subways and ground planes. Governor Cuomo said the declaration allows the 62 counties to help localities better prepare for the storm with access to federal funding and the national guard.

Hurricane Sandy is looking more and more ominous as it makes its way towards the East Coast, and local authorities are preparing for the worst, predicting at least $1billion in damage and the possibility and up to 375,000 New Yorkers could be evacuated. Meteorologists expect a natural horror show of high wind, heavy rain, extreme tides and maybe even snow on higher ground beginning early on Sunday.

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This NASA TV frame grab shows Hurricane Sandy from the International Space Station as it barrels up the Atlantic Coast of the United States


The National Weather Service is predicting sustained winds of up to 80mph for at least a 24-hour period and said it has the potential to be one of the worst in the city’s history with major flooding.

Experts say the tempest has a 90 per cent chance of making landfall with the potential to wreak havoc with heavy winds, rain, flooding, and downed trees and power lines.

In fact, longtime weatherman Chad Myers, who works for the NOAA, wrote: ‘After 26 years in TV weather and two years with NOAA, Sandy may pose the greatest risk to human life that I have seen.’

State Division of Homeland Security commissioner Jerome Hauer said: ‘They’re saying it’s a worst case. It certainly has a possibility of being one of the worst. We’re at a point of time where people need to take precautions now.’

He warned that New York could face even more devastating storm surge flooding than was anticipated during Hurricane Irene last year when large swaths of the city were evacuated.

Officials will decide by Saturday whether evacuations will again be needed this week, according to the New York Daily News.

The MTA, which shut down all buses and subways ahead of Irene’s blast last year, is considering its second subway shutdown in history.

The transportation authority’s hurricane plan ‘calls for an orderly shutdown of service before the arrival of sustained winds of 39 mph or higher’ in the elevated portions of the subway system and the agency’s railroad.


Parts of the subway that are below sea level are particularly susceptible to flooding.

Deputy Mayor Cas Holloway said the city’s agencies were meeting today to decide what action to take.

He said: ‘Obviously, this is a very strong storm and there are a lot of different weather patterns that could come into play as it makes its way up the coast. It’s already done damage in the places that it’s been and so we’re taking it very seriously.’

Mayor Bloomberg advised New Yorkers to be ready for Sandy with a ‘go kit’ that includes bottled water, a flashlight, first aid kit and other emergency supplies.

‘Our city is very likely to feel its effects in the form high tides, high winds and heavy rainfall lasting for several days,’ the mayor said.

‘We are taking all the steps that we need to take. But the storm is moving at a rate that we’re still not going to have a good sense of when and where it’s going to hit land.

‘It’s better to be safe than sorry but at the moment we do not think it is necessary to make the decision to evacuate just yet.’

He also requested that hospitals and nursing homes in the most flood-prone parts of the city release patients that can be discharged safely and cancel elective hospital stays.

Local forecaster’s in Philadelphia have warned that the storm could directly hit the City of Brotherly Love and residents in South Jersey have begun stocking up on bottled water and batteries to prepare.

One sixth of the U.S. population or 50 million people are directly in the path of the storm and the general consensus is that the super-storm will make a direct hit on Monday or Tuesday somewhere from Virginia to New England.

Some U.S. airlines are giving travelers a way out if they want to scrap their plans due to Hurricane Sandy.

JetBlue, US Airways and Spirit Airlines are offering waivers to customers who wish to reschedule their flights without paying the typical fee of up to $150. The offers cover passengers flying just about anywhere from Latin America to New Hampshire.

Most other airlines are monitoring the storm and plan to update passengers later Friday. The airlines have only canceled a handful of flights so far, nearly all of them in and out of Florida and the Caribbean.

Hurricane Sandy has already cut a swathe through the Caribbean, leaving 21 dead as it left the area over the Bahamas and passed into the Atlantic.

Utilities are lining up out-of-state work crews and canceling employees’ days off to deal with expected power outages. From county disaster chiefs to the federal government, emergency officials are warning the public to be prepared. And President Barack Obama was briefed aboard Air Force One.

‘It’s looking like a very serious storm that could be historic,’ said Jeff Masters, meteorology director of the forecasting service Weather Underground. ‘Mother Nature is not saying, ‘Trick or treat.’ It’s just going to give tricks.’

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecaster Jim Cisco, who coined the nickname Frankenstorm, said: ‘We don’t have many modern precedents for what the models are suggesting.’

Government forecasters said there is a 90 percent chance – up from 60 percent two days earlier – that the East will get pounded.

Coastal areas from Florida to Maine will feel some effects, but the storm is expected to vent the worst of its fury on New Jersey and the New York City area, which could see around five inches of rain and gale-force winds close to 40 mph. Eastern Ohio, southwestern Pennsylvania and western Virginia could get snow.

And the storm will take its time leaving. The weather may not start clearing in the mid-Atlantic until the day after Halloween and November 2 in the upper Northeast, Cisco said.

‘It’s almost a weeklong, five-day, six-day event,’ he said from a NOAA forecast center in College Park, Md. ‘It’s going to be a widespread, serious storm.’

It is likely to hit during a full moon, when tides are near their highest, increasing the risk of coastal flooding. And because many trees still have their leaves, they are more likely to topple in the event of wind and snow, meaning there could be widespread power outages lasting to Election Day.

Eastern states that saw outages that lasted for days after last year’s freak Halloween snowstorm and Hurricane Irene in late August 2011 are already pressuring power companies to be more ready this time.

Asked if he expected utilities to be more prepared, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick responded: ‘They’d better be.’

Jersey Central Power & Light, which was criticized for its response to Irene, notified employees to be ready for extended shifts. In Pennsylvania, PPL Corp. spokesman Michael Wood said, “We’re in a much better place this year.”

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Rare snowfall stuns much of South Africa

A man slides down a hill after a rare snowfall in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe) Staff
Last Updated Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012 1:24PM EDT

Snowball fights, toboggan runs and slippery streets are old hat for Canadians accustomed to the worst snow storms winter has to offer, but a dusting of the white stuff for South Africans is enough to get the entire country excited.

After temperatures dropped below the freezing mark Monday night, heavy snow was reported in the Western Cape Mountains, the Eastern Cape, Lesotho and the Drakensburg mountains.

By Tuesday morning, the snowfall grew more widespread, propelled by the extreme cold snap gripping Africa’s southernmost country.

By mid-afternoon, the South African Weather Service confirmed snow in every province except Limpopo, where officials said an official report had yet to be filed.

But satellite images, they said, indicated snow had fallen there too.

Snow is not unheard of in parts of South Africa, particularly in the mountainous regions where there is even a ski resort.

But it’s unusual, even in those areas, for so much snow to fall that roads have to be closed, as they were Tuesday.

The snow was so heavy that several border posts between South Africa and Lesotho were shut and the highway linking the commercial hub Johannesburg to the continent’s busiest airport Durban was also closed to traffic for several hours.

The snow in Johannesburg — where officials say it has snowed on just 22 days in more than a century — was the heaviest in more than 30 years and the first since 2007.

That inspired everyone, from schoolchildren to office workers, to brave the cold winds and frosty temperatures to head into the streets for a first-hand taste of the white stuff.

“I have never seen snow in Jo’burg,” Refilwe Kgofelo told reporters, barely containing her thrill as she proudly clutched a ball of the cold, sticky stuff.

“And this is my first time experiencing snow!” she cheered.

Most shared her excitement to merely touch or taste the snow, while others fashioned tiny snowmen, rode makeshift toboggans, waged impromptu snowball battles and posed for commemorative pictures.

The South African Weather Service is calling for more snow overnight Tuesday and cold temperatures in the coming days, but the mercury is expected to creep back up in time for the country’s national Women’s Day holiday on Thursday.
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140,000 trapped by snow – Death toll rises past 550. A Tragedy unfolding in Europe – Is U.S. media trying to ignore it?

Well the global warming scam is on full steam ahead as they roll out the carbon tax later this year, yet in Europe people may be dying in the thousands under sub-zero conditions that haven’t been seen in two or three generations.  But you wouldn’t know what’s happening if you get your news from US mass media. The numbers of people trapped  and possibly frozen to death in their homes, is still unknown since so many homes are still buried under snow.

Below are a few articles from where you can read more on the unprecedented cold weather in Europe, along with the last article about a press release from the Bilderberg 2010 meeting where not a word is mentioned concerning global warming. It’s global cooling that was on the agenda, all the more evidence of the scam behind the carbon tax and the threat of global warming from mankind.

Please spread this information out far and wide to help people wake up to the serious earth changes unfolding overseas and around the world.  

Tragedy unfolding in Europe – Is U.S. media trying to ignore it?

By On February 13, 2012

“The cold snap in Europe, which began in late January, has killed hundreds and brought deep snow where it hasn’t been seen in decades,” says this article in the Seattle Times.

This should be front page news. Instead, the article doesn’t appear until page eight. And the title, “At least 3 killed in avalanche in Kosovo,” belies the seriousness of the situation. (The print version carries a different headline: “Cold snap, snow lock down Europe.”)

How about a headline that tells it like it is?

140,000 trapped by snow – Death toll rises past 550.

That headline would give readers a glimpse of what’s really happening in Europe, where snow drifts reaching above the rooftops have kept tens of thousands of villagers prisoners in their own homes.

Now, I’ll admit that once you get past the ho-hum headline and down to the third paragraph, the Seattle Times article gets to the harsh truth.

You learn that in Montenegro, “the heaviest snow in 63 years sealed off hundreds of villages, shut down roads and railways and closed the main airport.” And you learn that “It was the biggest snowfall in the capital since 1949.”

You also learn that “boat traffic on the frozen Danube river — one of Europe’s key waterways — has been unable to move for the longest time in recent memory.” (Italics added.)

The rest of the article is quite informative, and I appreciate that.

But it’s that “cold snap” thing that bugs me.

Did all of the world’s journalists go to “cold snap” school?

If temperatures go up by a hundredth of a degree they scream “global warming.” But if, heaven forbid, it’s record cold and record snow? “Well, let’s just call it a cold snap.”

Would you call it a “cold snap” when more than 100 vessels become trapped in icy waters of the Sea of Azov? That’s what Reuters called it. “A fierce cold snap with temperatures of about -25C (-13 F) caused large parts of the Azov Sea to freeze,” said Reuters.

Would you call it a “cold snap” when more than 2,000 roads in Turkey are blocked by heavy snows? That’s what the Google News headline announced. The article itself was very good, speaking of brutal cold and record low temperatures, but – “cold snap”?

Would you call it a “cold snap” when people have to cut tunnels through 15 feet of snow to get out of their homes? “Eastern Europe has been pummeled by a record-breaking cold snap,” says this otherwise great AP article.

Look at these headlines. Are these the result of a “cold snap”?

No, this is no mere cold snap. There’s a tragedy unfolding in Europe, and the world needs to know.

Please forward this article to everyone you can.

Villages buried under 4-5 meters of snow – Video

By On February 10, 2012 ·

“23.000 people are isolated, how many people and animals have died we don’t know since nobody can reach there.”

Snow above the roof tops. All you see are the chimneys.

People have to climb down through trenches to get into their homes.

You’ve GOT to watch these videos!

140,000 trapped by snow – Death toll rises past 550

February 11, 2012 · 

“Snow drifts reaching up to rooftops kept tens of thousands of villagers prisoners in their own homes Saturday,” says this article on

“Authorities said an estimated 30,000 people were still cut off in Romania, and more than 110,000 in the Balkan countries, including 60,000 in Montenegro, nearly 10 percent of the population.”

Montenegro’s capital of Podgorica was brought to a standstill by 20 inches (50 cm) of snow, a 50-year record, and snow measured three feet (one meter) deep in higher villages on the French Mediterranean island of Corsica.

Even in Italy’s far southern Calabria region – the so-called “toe” of Italy – many villages were cut off, and in spite of air drops, food threatened to run out in some Romanian villages.

Forecasters expect the “cold snap”, which started two weeks ago, to continue until mid-February.

(I don’t know they can label such a disastrous weather pattern a “cold snap.”)

It’s the longest “cold-snap” in Belgium in 70 years.

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Bilderberg Meetings
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. Approximately 130 participants will attend of whom about two-thirds come from Europe and the balance from North America. About one-third is from government and politics, and two-thirds are from finance, industry, labor, education, and communications. The meeting is private in order to encourage frank and open discussion.

NibiruMagick 2012’s Climate Change Update: (14 February 2012) Radioactive “Okinawa soba”, Mass Bird Kills in New Zealand, Global Volcano updates

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High levels of radioactive cesium have been detected in noodles produced in Okinawa, apparently because they were made with water filtered by ashes from Fukushima-produced wood. The noodles, called “Okinawa soba,” had a level of radioactivity of 258 becquerels of cesium per kilogram.…

US: Study Finds Minnesota Groundwater Full of Chemicals

Alert status raised on Indonesia’s Galunggung volcano

What’s erupting? Map of currently active volcanoes

TC Giovanna makes landfall in Madagascar as Category 4 storm today

Roads in Ain Draham blocked by 31 inches (80 cm) of snow — Star Wars movie towns covered in snow.

Gundersen: They are creating 100 to 1,000 times more radioactive material by burning debris than keeping it in concentrated form (AUDIO),

NibiruMagick 2012’s Climate Change Update for 12th of February 2012: 550 Dead-EU Frozen, Volcano and Landslide Alert in Phillipines

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Snow drifts reaching up to rooftops kept tens of thousands of villagers prisoners in their own homes Saturday as the death toll from Europe’s big freeze rose past 550.

Tropical cyclone Giovanna aims Madagascar

More than 2,000 roads blocked in Turkey by heavy snows

Troubled Calif. nuke plant may not even apply for a renewal license — Says 4,000 tons of high-level radioactive waste stored onsite

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Why possibly the Bolts in Arnie Gundersen’s explanation did not hold 120Psi. If what this document says is true, then it would seem every nuke over about 10 years old guessing globally is a guessing rust bucket. Unbelievable!! It would seem things corroding through is a common occurrence in the nuke industry.…

JoeyB’s Earth Changes Report: Feb. 10/2012 (Part 1)

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NibiruMagick 2012’s Climate Change Update (07 February 201: European Deep Freeze, #2 Reactor Trouble Fukushima, Phillipine Earthquake

I’ve been watching this NibiruMagick do these updates for over a year now and lately he appears to be having a hard time with all the chaos and insanity unfolding at this time, hope he’s not burning out. Most people have no idea how difficult it can be doing this work day in and day out, or the difficulty in maintaining a positive outlook when having to deal with depressing information all the time. Last year I went thru a very depressed phase where it was hard to separate the work here from my personal life, I even questioned if this was “spiritually healthy” work and was I doing the right thing for my own health. Being of Service to Others is key to changing the world, but not at the expense of one’s well being. Also as an empath this work can be very hard and I sense the same nature in Nibiru Magick, so please lets all send love and light energy his way. Drop in at his YouTube channel by clicking his name below, just under the video and say hi…kudo’s, good job etc. Thank you!  In lak’ech, Annette

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WaPo: US gov’t emails reveal serious discussion of setting off explosives to penetrate containment vessel of Fukushima reactor so water could be applied

Mass evacuation in Australia as flood waters rise

53 dead in 6.7 earthquake that leaves the Philippines reeling, as region hit by 6.0 aftershock

A massive dust storm hit Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, disrupting road traffic and bringing public life almost to a standstill

INVOLCAN has just published two high definition videos of today’s flight. We can see how they measured gas levels and took thermal images, which would be useful if they made public. There is a strong degassing, blue stain, that can be observed.…

Major snowfall in Rome — Heating allowed only 10-12 hours per day

JoeyB’s Earth Changes Report: Solar Flares, Raining Goo Balls in UK and Texas Fireballs Feb. 3/2012

Whoops! My apologies for the late posting, this one got by me.  Regardless, it took two video’s to get through this action packed Earth changes so it’s most definintely worthy of your attention…

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Earth Changes Report: Feb. 3/2012(part 2)

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NibiruMagick 2012’s Climate Change Update: Snowing in Africa, Record lows recorded at 38 locations in Japan (06 February 2012)

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Africa Hit Again — Video
Japan: Record lows recorded at 38 locations
Fire broke out at Moscow nuclear research center on Sunday making it third nuclear event in 7 days
Reactor No. 2 temperature continues rising — Up 20°C in last 4 days — Up 3°C in last 5 hours

Europe tries to shield homeless from deep freeze

Fri, 03 Feb 2012 13:45 CST

© Fr LW Gonzales
Russia and Ukraine took extra precautions on Friday to protect homeless people during a brutal cold snap, ordering new facilities and medical care after scores of people have frozen to death on the streets of Europe.

As the death toll from the past week rose to at least 175 on Friday, Russian Emergencies Minister Sergei Shoigu ordered the creation of facilities nationwide to feed and provide medical assistance to the homeless.

The week-long freeze – Eastern Europe’s worst in decades – is causing power outages, frozen water pipes and widespread closure of schools, nurseries, airports and bus routes.

Other parts of Europe experienced frigid temperatures unseen in years. A roundup:


In the hardest-hit country, health officials have told hospitals to stop discharging the hundreds of homeless patients after they are treated for hypothermia and frostbite. The goal is to prevent them from dying once they are released into temperatures as low as minus 32 Celsius (minus 26 Fahrenheit).

Authorities also have set up nearly 3,000 heating and food shelters.

Thirty-eight more fatalities were reported from frostbite and hypothermia in Ukraine on Friday, raising the nation’s death toll to 101. Emergency officials have said many of the victims were homeless.


Bosnia reported its first deaths. Five people died Friday in Sarajevo, most of them while shoveling snow, Dr. Tigran Elezovic said, and one person died in the southern city of Mostar, where ambulances could not reach the victim because of snow.


Thick snowflakes fell on Rome on Friday, forcing the closure of the Colosseum over fears tourists would slip on the icy ruins, and leaving buses struggling to climb the city’s slushy hills.

The snowfall prompted authorities to stop visitors from entering the Colosseum, the adjacent Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill, the former home of Rome’s ancient emperors.

Authorities appealed to Italians to stay off highways, as the cold snap was predicted to continue well into the next week.

Northern Italy also has been gripped by snow and ice that is disrupting train travel.


Police in the eastern city of Wageningen reported that a homeless man found dead Thursday in a shed died of hypothermia, making him the first confirmed Dutch victim of the cold.

Traffic around the Netherlands was thrown into chaos Friday by snow. Trains ran with long delays and several flights in and out of Schiphol were delayed or canceled.


The Interior Ministry recorded eight more deaths on Friday and said two other people died of asphyxiation from carbon monoxide-spewing charcoal heaters.

Croatia and Montenegro

In Croatia, some highways were closed and waters of the Adriatic Sea froze in some areas. Buses that travel from Zagreb, the capital, toward the coast have been canceled. In Montenegro, the airport in the capital, Podgorica, was closed due to heavy snow.

This article includes reporting from Reuters and The Associated Press.

US – Fearsome Friday Forecast: Colorado Blizzard & Tornado Threats

Brett Israel
Fri, 03 Feb 2012 10:59 CST
Snow in Denver

© Stephanie Pappas
Snow day in Denver! A plow works in De Boer Park to clear snow from today’s blizzard.
Six more weeks of winter, eh? The bizarre weather outside is more like spring, with a blizzard in Denver and tornado warnings and watches elsewhere all in the same day.

One day after the groundhog Punxsutawney Phil “forecasted” six more weeks of winter, a potentially record-breaking blizzard is socking Denver today (Feb. 3). By the time the storm passes on Sunday, it could set a February snowfall record in the city. This storm is odd because big snowstorms in Denver are actually more common in spring than winter.

And more springlike weather is sweeping across the southern United States as well, with tornado watches and warnings under way from Oklahoma to Louisiana.

Rare winter storm

In the Denver, a foot (0.3 meters) of snow has fallen this morning, forcing schools to cancel classes and grounding more than 400 flights at Denver International Airport, according to AccuWeather. With temperatures around 10 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 12 degrees Celsius), winds of 40 mph (64 kph), and whiteout conditions due to snow falling at rates of up to 2 inches (5 cm) an hour, the weather in Denver is downright nasty.

Adding insult to injury, the snow is falling east of the Continental Divide, where many ski resorts are, so they will get little benefit from the blizzard.

A winter storm warning is in effect for Denver until 5 a.m. Mountain Time (7 a.m. EST) tomorrow (Feb. 4). Close to 2 feet (0.6 m) of snow could fall by then.

This blizzard is unusual for Denver because big storms typically hit here in the fall and spring, not the winter, according to the Weather Channel’s Eric Fisher (A wild snowstorm hit Denver this past October).

Southern ‘spring’

Springlike conditions are also sweeping the South, with a tornado watch in effect this morning for parts of central Oklahoma and the southeastern Texas panhandle.

“We have a fairly warm and somewhat unstable air mass over the area right now and that’s partly contributing to the rounds of severe weather,” said meteorologist Andy Patrick with the National Weather Service office in Lake Charles, La.

Earlier this morning, tornado warnings were issued for parts of the Texas-Louisiana border, but no tornadoes were reported to the nation’s Storm Prediction Center. This springlike weather will continue to move east throughout the weekend, and “could make it somewhat favorable for some tornadoes,” Patrick told OurAmazingPlanet.

A “tornado watch” is issued by the NWS when conditions in the atmosphere are favorable for tornadoes. A “tornado warning” is issued when a tornado has been spotted or after radar suggests that a tornado has formed. A “tornado emergency” is the highest level of warning, and is issued when a large, violent tornado could cause widespread damage.

While winter in much of the United States has been wimpy with little cold or snow, January saw above-average tornado action. January tornadoes are not as common as spring tornadoes, but severe weather can strike any time of the year.

Central Alabama, where tornadoes took a deadly toll in 2011, is braving the twisters again in 2012. Alabama had 10 tornadoes on Jan. 23 and another one on Jan. 26. The tornadoes included an EF-3 on the tornado damage scale, and three people were killed during the outbreak.

NibiruMagick 2012’s Climate Change Update: Natural Tilts in Earth’s Axis Cause Ice Ages (04 February 2012)

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The idea that slight shifts in Earth’s axis might have been enough to trigger the ice ages is a century old. But a Harvard earth sciences Professor Peter Huybers has finally proved it, using computer models to test competing ideas – and finding that earth’s tilting axis is the only one that works.

Strange hail of blue sphere balls fall on Dorset resident in freak storm

Japan — Record low temperatures at 38 locations

Local Paper: “News could be catastrophic for San Onofre” nuke plant in Calif. — Over 800 tubes show damage — Multiple pipes may have burst — Still can’t determine size of leak

JoeyB’s Earth Changes Report: Feb. 1/2012

JoeyB does a great job providing a well researched, thorough, in-depth report on earth changes taking place around the world and also makes sure to provide links to all the information. With so much unfolding at this time he’s also covering different information than NibiruMagick, so between two reports combined we can get a pretty good picture of whats going on as Mother Earth awakens from a long slumber.

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NibiruMagick 2012’s Climate Change Update: Gulf Dead Zone Much Larger Than thought, San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station CA. (2 February 2012)

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The leak occurred in equipment that was installed in the plant in the fall of 2010. The leak occurred in one of thousands of tubes that carry radioactive water from the Unit 3 reactor.
However, the company has found damage to other tubes, Dricks said.
“The damage that they have found to many other tubes is unusual, and they are attempting to identify the reason,”…

US: Researchers Discover Gulf Dead Zone Much Larger Than Previously Thought

Powerful energy release emanating from the Earth’s core recorded?

Tropical Cyclone Iggy weakens before making landfall

Report: ‘Empty’ Reactor No. 4 was actually filled with nuclear fuel — Only a matter of time before melt-out

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NibiruMagick 2012’s Climate Change Update’s: Disturbing Noises from the Sky, Children’s medicines coated with brain-damaging aluminum

Please accept my apology’s for the lack of new information over the last 24 hours, health related issues knocked me out of the game yesterday. With so much going on here are the last two days of Climate Change Updates, the chaos continues to unfold at almost every level….Much love to all,
In Lak’ech, Annette
Climate Change Update: (31 January 2012) Children’s medicines coated with brain damaging aluminum
From: NibiruMagick2012  | Jan 30, 2012

Aluminum Lake food coloring, used to heavily coat liquid medicines for children, contains dangerous amounts of aluminum and harmful synthetic petrochemicals. These “petrochemicals” are carcinogens containing petroleum, antifreeze and ammonia, which cause a long list of adverse reactions.

Strange Sounds in Sky Explained by Scientists…

USGS monitors Earth’s magnetic field to prepare citizens for magnetic storms

Emergency shutdown at Illinois reactor — Smoke was actually steam containing radioactive material — Workers evacuated — Releases will continue throughout day

Climate Change Update (30 January 2012) Disturbing Noises from the Sky

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From as far back as 2008, video recordings of strange and disturbing noises that seem to come from the sky have been appearing on the internet. In the last 12 months, many more of these ‘strange noise’ videos have been recorded and uploaded by people from many different parts of the globe. (Video)
Strange Noises in the Sky…Trumpets of the Apocalypse?

Microscopic plastic debris from washing clothes is accumulating in the marine environment and could be entering the food chain, a study has warned. Researchers traced the “micro-plastic” back to synthetic clothes, which released up to 1,900 tiny fibers per garment every time they were washed.

ACTA is worse than SOPA, here’s what you need to know

Asahi: Sources reveal about 1,000 kinds of radioactive materials released from Fukushima reactors

Big Siberian Freeze to Hit Britain

Nathan Rao
Daily Express
Wed, 02 Nov 2011 18:40 CDT
UK snow cars

Heavy snowfall last year disrupted traffic during December

Britain faces a sudden shivering end to the exceptionally warm late autumn with temperatures plunging towards Siberian levels.

Winter weather will arrive with a vengeance with temperatures well below zero within the next fortnight.

Experts then predict a bitterly cold December with thermometers falling at least as low as -15C (5F).

Snow could hit the country even earlier than last year when a big freeze at the end of November sent temperatures to -20C (-4F), crippling transport. And some forecasters fear that temperatures could plunge as low or even lower this winter.

UK rail snow

Snow on the railways earlier this year

Jonathan Powell of Positive Weather Sol­utions said: “It will not be as sustained as last year, but these episodes are expected to be severe, with Siberian temperatures.”

The warnings came as the Government announced the Met Office will send out extreme weather alerts this year to the NHS, social services and other agencies in a bid to cut the 25,000 extra deaths winter causes in the UK.

Forecaster Brian Gaze of The Weather Outlook, said: “There are signs of a significant change in the mild weather in mid-November.

“The current mild weather is caused by a high-pressure block to our east, keeping us under a south-westerly flow of Atlantic air. But it looks as though high pressure could move further north west, allowing much colder air to filter across the UK from the north or east, with the risk of snow increasing.”

James Madden, of Exacta Weather, warned the theme of this winter would be “very cold and snowy across many parts of the UK”.

He said there would be “frequent and widespread heavy snowfalls during November to January across many parts of the UK and Ireland, with below-average temperatures”.

The new winter alerts will come in the form of one of four possible warnings depending on the severity of the conditions the Met Office expects.

Level One will initiate long-term planning, Level Two will indicate a 60 per cent risk of extreme cold for 48 hours, Level Three means severe weather is expected to impact on health and Level Four is a “major cold weather incident.”

UK snow

Severe weather this year could be just as bad as last year
Previously local areas were left to decide how to react to cold snaps.

The alert system is part of the Government’s Cold Weather Plan which also contains advice to individuals and carers, such as making sure at-risk groups get vaccinated against flu and keep homes heated adequately.

A minimum of 70F is being recommended during the day and 61F at night. Below that, the risk of heart problems, strokes and respiratory illness increases. Health Secretary Andrew Lansley said: “Older people and those with long-term illnesses are particularly vulnerable to the cold and we need to be aware – within families, in communities and across the NHS – of how we can help others.

“Every year, there is a 20 per cent increase in deaths in the winter in England. By working together, this coordinated plan will help protect those most in need. We are determined to do all we can to achieve this.”

Michelle Mitchell, charity director at Age UK said: “The coalition Government has set a new emphasis on public health as one of its key objectives, and this Cold Weather Plan is a very important step in the right direction.

“Age UK will be building on this with its own winter campaign to help vulnerable older people live well through the cold months of the year.”

The Met Office said: “Our excess winter mortality, of an average 25,000 extra deaths in winter compared to other months of the year – 80 per cent thought to be due to the cold – is very poor compared to other countries in Europe.

“The aim of the cold weather alerts is to reduce winter mortality by allowing action to be taken, helping people and patients reduce the risks of cold weather.”

Scotland’s weather: Siberian blast brings minus 6˚C chill

Published on Saturday 28 January 2012 00:41

SCOTLAND is about to be hit with the coldest February on record, with temperatures as low as –6C in some areas, forecasters warn.

After a far milder winter than the past two years, bookmakers have slashed the odds on temperatures plummeting next month.

Ladbrokes is offering a miserly 3-1 that February will be the coldest on record and 7-1 on the Six Nations rugby clash between Scotland and England, at Murrayfield next Saturday being postponed because of the weather.

The reason for the forecasts is an icy blast making its way to the UK from Siberia.

That will see night temperatures in many parts of the country plunge.

Alex Donohue, spokesman for Ladbrokes, said: “The imminent Siberian chill has whipped punters into a betting frenzy.

“We’ve had to slash the odds and take evasive action, as all signs point to a freezing February. The odds suggest the snow will wreak havoc.”

The Met Office has urged drivers to be careful, with roads likely to become treacherous.

Temperatures are expected to drop dramatically tonight, with patches of snow on the hills.

The Met Office said the icy temperatures, combined with a build-up of snow and slush, which fell on Thursday and yesterday, would make driving difficult.

Peter Sloss, of the Met Office in Aberdeen, said: “We’ve issued a warning for the whole of Scotland because of widespread frost. Temperatures will be sub-zero across Scotland.”

Tonight, temperatures could drop as low as –6C in high and exposed areas, with Glasgow and Edinburgh also well below freezing at –2C, and showers in the north.

South of the Border, too, it will be becoming increasingly cold, Chris Burton, forecaster with Meteogroup, said: “It is cold enough for sleet and snow in the higher ground, such as the Pennines and the Lake District.

“It’s looking like it will get increasingly cold through the weekend and into next week.”

Experts said high pressure from eastern Europe could clash with rain from the Atlantic to create snow on higher ground.

More wintry showers could fall in western areas of Scotland, tomorrow, with temperatures again predicted to drop below zero overnight.

Yesterday, a yellow warning issued by the Met Office advised motorists to “be alert” – saying conditions on the roads could be potentially dangerous.

The warning on its website said: “Icy stretches are expected to form on untreated surfaces, especially in places affected by showers. The showers will fall as snow above about 250m, but there may be temporary slush deposits to lower levels.”

The Met Office added: “The public should be aware of possible travel disruption.”

Snowfall and icy conditions in the west of Scotland yesterday caused problems for some motorists, with one report of a car skidding off the road at the A832 at Glascarnoch.

And forecasters warned that the change in temperature might herald freezing conditions in February.

The Met Office said: “In the early part of February high pressure to the east could bring frosty weather across the British Isles.”

Yesterday, after flurries across southern Scotland in the morning, the snow moved south to Cumbria and northern England.