A famous waterfall mysteriously disappears OVERNIGHT in Chiapas, Mexico


 

One of the most famous tourist attractions of Chiapas has almost completely disappeared as the flow of the river has decreased unexpectedly. Residents living around Cascadas de Agua Azul and from tourists visiting the area, woke up in distress as they noted that the waterfall had almost completely disappeared on November 10, 2017. The baffled inhabitants directly alerted authorities about the unusual phenomenon. Officials are investigating but have found nothing yet. Baffling is the fact that Chiapas is coming out from an intense wet season and that it has rained last week as well. So no drought, no needs of irrigation of agriculture. So what’s the heck?

The Cascadas de Agua Azul waterfall in Chiapas, Mexico has completely disappeared overnight
Before and after pictures: The Cascadas de Agua Azul waterfall in Chiapas, Mexico has completely disappeared overnight. via Radio Formula

Here a before after video of the waterfalls. Pretty impressive change:

The origin of this water phenomenon remains a mystery, but is under investigation.

The Cascadas de Agua Azul waterfall in Chiapas, Mexico has completely disappeared overnight
People walk on the waterfall in Chiapas, which is normally flowing in a thundering noise. via Animal Politico
The Cascadas de Agua Azul waterfall in Chiapas, Mexico has completely disappeared overnight
The area is visited by 600,000 tourists each year with highlights being San Cristobal de las Casas, Palenque and Las Cascadas de Agua Azul.

Did a crack or a sinkhole empty the river AGAIN in Mexico?

http://strangesounds.org/2017/11/waterfall-mysteriously-disappears-chiapas-mexico-video-pictures.html

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Moldy Seeds, Moldy Crops & Wiped out Vineyards in Europe (475) ~ Adapt2030


 

 

When looking for trends of repeating history, we need to focus on two areas the grand solar minimum and the 3rd year of losses in a row, which will be 4th year of losses next year as we get deeper into the cooling. The Wolff Minimum in the 14th century saw moldy crops and mass migration form Scandinavian countries, but today crops are again moldy and seed supply in Finland is gone. Maunder Minimum France and Germany saw wheat and vineyards decimated from frost. We see the same again today as vineyards are scaled back to 1940’s production levels from frost and cold damage. The trends are clear but who is paying attention? Grapes and wind production wiped out in France, lowest level in 80 years

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GSM Update 10/24/17 – Explosion at Stromboli – 9.0 Cascadia Simulation – Record Rainfall & Flooding


 

 

 

 
One of the worst nightmares for many Pacific Northwest residents is a huge earthquake along the offshore Cascadia Subduction Zone, which would unleash damaging and likely deadly shaking in coastal Washington, Oregon, British Columbia and northern California. The last time this happened was in 1700, before seismic instruments were around to record the event. So what will happen when it ruptures next is largely unknown. A University of Washington research project, to be presented October 24 at the Geological Society of America’s annual meeting in Seattle, simulates 50 different ways that a magnitude-9.0 earthquake on the Cascadia subduction zone could unfold. “There had been just a handful of detailed simulations of a magnitude-9 Cascadia earthquake, and it was hard to know if they were showing the full range,” said Erin Wirth, who led the project as a UW postdoctoral researcher in Earth and space sciences. “With just a few simulations you didn’t know if you were seeing a best-case, a worst-case or an average scenario. This project has really allowed us to be more confident in saying that we’re seeing the full range of possibilities.” Have a look at the simulated ground motions and seismometer readings in four cities for the scenario that generated the most shaking in Seattle. In this scenario, the hypocenter was far away, but the rupture spread inland and up the coast, causing waves to pile up toward Seattle. https://watchers.news/2017/10/23/50-s… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soil_li…
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Miracles; Grand Solar Minimum News/Intensification; Fungal Diseases (Ep 13) ~ IAF


 

 

Trust in God, but row away from the rocks. Today IAF discusses the events of the week, which were really quite severe and alarming, but should serve only to increase our resolve to map a path to prosperity in the Grand Solar Minimum.

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SOTT Earth Changes Summary – September 2017 : Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs


 

September was yet another extremely violent month from an ‘earth changes’ point of view. A series of class X solar flares seem to have been the harbingers of unprecedented natural phenomena, in both quantity and intensity. Two historic earthquakes hit Mexico causing more than 300 deaths, destroying hundreds of buildings and damaging thousands more. The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is among the top 10 most active in history, and it’s not over yet. So far, the real shocker was three hurricanes at the same time, two of which, Irma & Maria, tore a swath of destruction through the Caribbean and into central Florida. Unseasonable snow and cold temperatures also hit Northern Europe and the US northern States this September, while oversized hail, heavy rains and flooding also pounded Europe, South Asia and Africa. Check it out below, and thanks for watching and don’t forget to like and subscribe so you don’t miss the ongoing drama!

Mississippi River SO low some barges cannot move grain | More earthquakes ABOVE New Madrid Fault!


 

More earthquakes at the New Madrid Fault as the Mississippi River water disappears, into thin air. Locals in disbelief!

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Andrew Bartzis ~ Age of Resolution Pt4: Weather and Hurricanes Purpose Now with Annette O’Toole and Andre Hodge


 

 

Note: This show was a private conversation with Andrew that we decided to make public to share the information to help raise awareness on how the unseen realms affect weather systems. Also the impact our “human skin-suit technology” can have helping to resolve ancestral karma with storms and in manipulating storms as Weather Wizards have in the past. What’s a Weather Wizard? Someone who knows how to control the hologram.

This was a fascinating discussion which covered many topics, and it was also a big learning curve as many of these concepts are new to me as well, you can hear more of this conversation in following episodes,

PS..If I knew this convo was going public I would’ve been more careful with the occasional expletive, my apology’s, In-joy!

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Andrew Bartzis ~ Adventures Into Reality Call-In Show w/Andre Hodge, September 19th, 2017 Andre Hodge joins Andrew  with behind the scenes insights to discuss the “Age of Resolution” weather series with myself, Andre and Sean Bond as co-hosts, if you’re not familiar with Andrew’s work this show gives GREAT insights into his perspective.

Andrew Bartzis & Andre Hodge ~ Age of Resolution: Pt 1 “Weather and Hurricanes Purpose Now” & Pt 2 “Historical Weather Events and Hurricanes Purpose Now”

Andrew Bartzis – Age of Resolution Pt3 – Human Weather Technology – Sean Bond

 

 

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Climate & Extreme Weather News #70 (September 25th-30th 2017)


 

Climate & Extreme Weather News #70 (September 25th-30th 2017) 0:13 The USA: Canyon Fire & Lynn, MA flooding 6:08 Mexico: Nuevo Laredo floods 11:03 Colombia: Baranquilla flood 14:32 Nicaragua: Managua flood 20:43 Honduras: San Pedro flood 22:33 Guatemala: Alta Verapaz landslide 23:54 Trinidad: Santa Cruz flood 25:46 Hurricane Maria: Dominica, Dominican Republic & Puerto Rico aftermath 33:14 Uganda: Landslide 34:26 Iceland: Floods 34:51 Italy: Siracusa flash flood 36:06 Greece: Samothraki flash flood 39:59 Turkey: Istanbul & Rize floods 47:31 China: Floods

Terrifying clouds and powerful thunderstorms are becoming the new normal


Note: ‘Terrifying’ is a bit sensational, from my perspective ominous is more realistic. And no, they’re not man-made. The earth is going thru a cyclical transformation influenced by incoming cosmic and solar energy’s, which appear to be leading toward planetary upheaval as the planet rapidly approaches mini-ice age conditions in the next seven years.

I’m currently researching the data and will be shifting direction to get readers up to speed on coming earth changes which are literally on our doorstep, and what we need to do to be prepared for extreme climate change which is leading to crop failures around the world.
I’ve had problems all year getting lettuce and other greens up and growing here in Hawaii, even starter plants are struggling. They’re not getting enough sun in the shade, but any amount of sun, even partial shade causes them to struggle or wilt.
Last year in July I could hardly eat all the salad greens they were so abundant. This year I’ve grown one medium bowl of lettuce, 3 stunted cilantro plants about half their normal size and some kale for my smoothies. My first crop failed completely, seeds either didn’t germinate or wilted within the first couple weeks. Thought it might be the seeds, but my second crop hasn’t been much better. Even starter plants struggle to produce, it’s been very frustrating.
The mango crop across the island is down about 80% this year.
At this point it appears to be something with the sun like high UV readings. Not sure, but will be covering this issue in depth in the days, weeks and months to come. If the feedback I’ve been receiving is correct, we have maybe two years at best to prepare for growing our food indoors under artificial light – because greenhouses won’t protect plants from the sun, or harsh weather.

What’s really disturbing to learn, is gov’t officials have been suprressing this information while pushing the global warming meme which blames climate change on human acitivity with falsified and manipulated data.  Everyone invloved in this potentially genocidal scandal, should be tried for treason and crimes against humanity.

These clouds are an ominous sign of what’s coming.

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And nobody knows if they are linked to human activity or are just weather anomalies.

These terrifying clouds were captured literally swallowing up Kaluga in Russia on July 16, 2017.

I don’t know the name of this monster cloud, but it is totally impressive.

terrifying cloud, terrifying cloud pictures, terrifying cloud video
terrifying cloud engulfs Kaluga in Russia.
terrifying cloud, terrifying cloud pictures, terrifying cloud video
A huge thunderstorm followed in Kaluga
terrifying cloud, terrifying cloud pictures, terrifying cloud video
Power was cut for hundreds of people.

Are those clouds man-made or natural?

http://strangesounds.org/2017/07/terrifying-clouds-are-becoming-the-new-normal-as-powerful-thunderstorms-sweep-across-the-world.html

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California: From drought to deluge, preparing for weeks of Katrina-style flooding


From drought to deluge, preparing for weeks of Katrina-style flooding

California has spectacularly emerged from one of its driest periods on record and ended its five-year drought by enduring one of its wettest periods on record. Its reservoirs, lakes, and mountainsides are now brimming with water and snow, though scientists caution that underground aquifers are a long way from having the same bounty that is visible on the land surface. Meanwhile, due to abnormally large amounts of snow in Sierra Nevada, nearby communities are preparing for weeks of potential Katrina-style flooding.

Between October 2016 and April 2017, California saw a 175% of the long-term average of rain, courtesy of numerous atmospheric river events. For both scientists and public, this was an unexpected turn of events which led the state to end the official drought emergency in all but four of its counties. As of April 18, just 18% of California was in some form of drought and 23%, almost entirely in southern California, was abnormally dry. As recently as December 27, 2016, the Drought Monitor reported 82% of the state in some measure of drought.

With more than five months still to go, California’s northern Sierra Nevada has already achieved its wettest water year in recorded history, the National Weather Service office in Sacramento announced earlier this month. The mountains saw an incredible amount of snow this season, with a number of stations recording over 16.2 m (638 inches). As of Thursday, April 13, 2017, the Northern Sierra 8-Station Index has surpassed the mark for the wettest water year (October 1 – September 30) on record with 2.28 m (89.7 inches), the office said. The previous water year record was 2.23 m (88.5 inches) set in 1992 – 1983.

Snow totals for winter season 2016 - 17, Sierra Nevada

Sierra snowpack bigger than last 4 years combined

New NASA data show that snowpack in the Tuolumne River Basin in California’s Sierra Nevada, a major source of water for San Francisco and California’s Central Valley, is currently larger than the four previous years of snowpack combined. NASA’s Airborne Snow Observatory (ASO) measured the Tuolumne Basin snowpack on April 1, a critical annual measurement of snow for states and their inhabitants, at 1.5 cubic km (1.2 million acre-feet), JPL said.

“In such a huge snow season, the data available from ASO will provide critical guidance for water managers as we enter into the peak melt season later this spring,” Frank Gehrke, chief of the California Cooperative Snow Surveys of California’s Department of Water Resources, said.

The 2017 California snowpack is close to the largest on the record, which consists of decades’ worth of snow measurements made at ground level. ASO mapping showed that Tuolumne Basin’s snowpack is twice the volume of last year’s snowpack and 21 times larger than the snowpack of 2015, the lowest on record. The combined April 1 snow water equivalent of 2013 through 2016, years when California was in an intense drought, added up to only 92% of this year’s April 1 measurement. In much of the Central Sierra, snow lies 8 m (25 feet) deep. In some high mountain basins, it’s deeper than 24 meters (80 feet). And since April 1, it has continued to snow.

In the San Joaquin River Basin in California’s Central Valley, this year’s April 1 snow water equivalent was about 3.6 cubic km (2.9 million acre-feet). “This is a critical path to better water management for the San Joaquin River and Friant Dam, particularly in a year like this one, where annual inflow from snowmelt might be 10 times the operating capacity of our reservoir,” Jeff Payne, water resources director for Friant, said.

Snow water equivalent – the water content of snow – in the Tuolumne River Basin in 2015 and 2017. Lighter blue indicates less snow, deeper blue is more snow (see the color bar at left). The 2017 snow water equivalent was 21 times greater than 2015, which was the lowest snowpack on record. Credit: NASA

Preparing for weeks of Katrina-style flooding

Such huge amounts of snow in the mountains are now posing a serious flooding threat and nearby communities are preparing for potential disasters when huge snowpack starts to melt. According to Reno Gazette-Journal, Nevada could see weeks of Katrina-style flooding when warm spring and summer sunshine melts the massive snowpack blanketing the Sierra Nevada.

That’s according to the Nevada National Guard and other emergency planners and responders who briefed Gov. Brian Sandoval on potential disaster scenarios. “Typically, Nevada experiences flash flooding,” Col. Cory Schulz told Sandoval, referencing hurricane flooding in 2005 that devastated New Orleans and southern Mississippi. “This will be saturation flooding, much like Katrina.”

The state has already endured two flood situations that triggered federal disaster declarations in February and March for western and northern parts of the state. Nearly three months later the Sierra snowpack has grown to record levels in some places and communities in the Carson and Walker river basins are at risk. The melting rate is expected to quicken as the weather warms in May and rivers could be at high levels deep into summer.

“Obviously, we are in the midst of … one of the three greatest water events in the history of Nevada,” Sandoval said. “We could get a warm rainstorm and it might get down faster than we would like.”

California water storage at 112% of the long-term average

The California Department of Water Resources, which tracks 46 major reservoirs, reported on April 18, 2017, that water storage stood at 112% of the long-term average for the entire system.

These six satellite images show key reservoirs in California near their lowest and highest points over the past three years. All images were acquired by the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8. The image pairs were chosen to match seasons and to avoid cloud cover over each scene. Tan bands around the shorelines (left image in each pair) are sands and sediments that were exposed as water levels dropped and the lake bottom became exposed.

The images below show Trinity Lake, the third largest reservoir in the state (after Lake Oroville and Shasta Lake). The artificial lake in northern California connects to the Trinity River and is part of the Sacramento basin. On April 29, 2015, Trinity stood at 59% of its historical average level for that date; by April 2, 2017, it stood at 114%. As of April 19, the lake was filled to 95% of its 2.45 million acre-foot capacity (and 117% of average water levels).

Trinity Lake water reservoir - 2015 vs 2017

Trinity Lake – images acquired on April 29, 2015 and April 2, 2017. Credit: NASA/EO

Don Pedro Reservoir, California’s sixth largest, stands in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada and connects to the Tuolumne River and the San Joaquin Valley Basin. It is just miles from New Melones Lake, which is visible in the downloadable large image. When Landsat 8 acquired an image on February 26, 2015, the reservoir stood at 61% of its long-term average level. By March 3, 2017, it had risen to 134% of average.

Don Pedro reservoir - 2015 vs 2017

Don Pedro – images acquired on February 26, 2015 and March 3, 2017. Credit: NASA/EO

The third image pair shows Castaic Lake, which is the 24th largest reservoir in California but the largest water storage in the Los Angeles area. It stood at just 42% of average water levels on February 11, 2015; by February 1, 2017, it was back up to 98%.

Castaic Lake - 2015 vs 2017

Castaic Lake – images acquired February 26, 2015 and March 3, 2017

“Reservoirs at the surface are only a partial measure of California’s water health,” cautioned Bill Patzert, a climatologist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. “From space, it looks like we are out of five years of punishing drought. But the depleted aquifers, 100 million dead trees, and $1 billion in flood damage will take decades to deal with.”

“Drought or deluge, we use more water than we have, and California suffers from chronic water scarcity,” said Jay Famiglietti, a hydrologist from JPL and the University of California-Irvine who leads the applied research effort. “That’s because California grows virtually all of the produce for the United States, as well as a tremendous amount of dairy. That level of productivity simply requires more water than is available on an annual renewable basis (snowmelt, rivers, and reservoirs). The water shortfall comes from groundwater, and that groundwater has been in decline for nearly a century. This winter will provide a slight replenishment bump, but that’s it.”

Drought monitor

California

Drought monitor - California - April 18, 2017

Nevada

A year ago, 93% of Nevada was in some state of drought while today such conditions are present in just 6% of the state.

Drought monitor - Nevada - April 18, 2017

Featured image credit: NASA/NOAA Suomi NPP/VIIRS. Acquired: April 14, 2017

https://watchers.news/2017/04/21/from-drought-to-deluge-preparing-for-weeks-of-katrina-style-flooding/

*NEW* map will prompt more *State of Emergencies* | California on the Brink!

April 21, 2017: NOAA’s Regional Climate Center has released updated precipitation totals for the Sierra Nevadas and California as of April 21, 2017 and the numbers simply put “Mind Bending”…they equate to a *Recipe for Disaster*. Flood is imminent in the coming weeks as temperatures rise and this Herculean pile of snow transforms from solid to liquid it will be just way to much for the already juiced water management systems in place down below, that just weren’t designed with this in mind…not by a long shot!
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SOTT Earth Changes Summary – February 2017: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs


SOTT ‘Earth Changes’ video summary for February 2017: extreme weather events, environmental indicators of ‘planetary upheaval’ (seismic, volcanic, etc) and Near-Earth Objects in the form of meteor fireballs.

Februrary 2017 continued on as January started. Massive flooding in California due to “atmospheric rivers” dumping large amounts of rain on coastal areas and snow on the Sierra Nevada. The snow melt from this caused further flooding in Nevada. Eastern Canada also experienced record snowfall, as did Iran, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan and Japan.

Wildfires broke out in Eastern Australia and New Zealand while record rainfall inundated Western Australia. Major flooding also hit several South American nations including Chile, Peru and Colombia.

There are at least 30 active volcanoes around the world right now, including a really impressive one in Guatemala. Massive earth cracks opened in Pakistan and Italy.

These are just some of the chaotic events we present in this month’s Sott ‘Earth Changes’ video compilation.

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A weather rarity: Tropical Storm Julia forms ‘over land’ in Florida


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Tropical weather systems in the Atlantic basin on Sept. 14, 2016.

While a super typhoon was wreaking havoc in East Asia, a little tropical storm named Julia formed in Florida on Tuesday night. Yes, “in” Florida.

As in, it formed over land — a very rare occurrence, meteorologically speaking.

The center of the storm was over the city of Jacksonville when it was given tropical storm status late Tuesday night — but that decision caused some controversy.

‘Persistent organization’

At 11 p.m., the National Hurricane Center made the decision to name the storm after a small area of tropical storm-force winds was consistently reported for 12 hours.

“Given this persistent organization, the system is classifiable as a tropical cyclone and advisories are being initiated on Tropical Storm Julia, the tenth named storm of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season,” the center said in its discussion Tuesday night.

Many meteorologists went to Twitter to disagree with the findings. Some even wondered why this storm received a name while the devastating Louisiana floods in August did not meet the criteria for a named storm.

How can a tropical storm form over land, rather than over warm ocean water? While Julia’s center was slightly inland, there was plenty of bath-temperature water nearby, which fueled the thunderstorms that formed its core.

Another interesting phenomenon could also be at play: the “brown ocean” effect, in which a tropical cyclone gains enough energy from a saturated Earth to keep a warm core. It’s too early for scientists to know for sure what caused Julia to form over land, but these theories will certainly be researched as a result of this rare formation.

The forecast for Julia

Julia is forecast to move slowly to the northeast, and although the winds will remain strong along the coast, very heavy rains will be the main threat. Some areas of coastal South Carolina and Georgia could receive upwards of 10 inches of rainfall in the next couple of days.

Over the next day, the National Hurricane Center expects Julia to become a tropical depression. It will ultimately lose all its tropical characteristics and become a remnant low pressure system.

CNN meteorologist Brandon Miller contributed to this report.

Comment: “Only about 2 percent of all tropical cyclones form over land,” said meteorologist Dylan Dreyer. “In fact, it’s been 29 years since any tropical storm has formed over U.S. land anywhere — Beryl, which formed over southeastern Louisiana in 1988.”

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The criminal corporate media and the order followers that fill its ranks continue their campaign of total deception. Though the majority of the population is still committed to their denial on many fronts, there is a rippling of the coming forced awakening. The VAXXED documentary is triggering a justifiable outrage among those who have had the courage to face the truth and view the film. How much more rage will global populations feel when they completely realize the full extent of harm that has been inflicted on them by their governments (who are all participating either passively or actively in the ongoing global climate engineering assault). The death rate in the US has suddenly and unexpectedly spiked. Where is the corporate media coverage of this fact? Societal implosion and chaos continues to unfold in countries like Venezuela, Nigeria, and many more.
As the global economic house of cards crumbles, the most destructive and dangerous corporations like Bayer and Monsanto will try to merge in an effort to stay afloat. DuPont and Dow Chemical are also merging. Populations around the globe must be awakened to what is coming, starting with the issue of the climate engineering assault. From record droughts, to record fires, to record floods, anthropogenic activity and climate engineering are taking their toll on what is left of the planet’s life support systems. The most important step in this direction is to efficiently, effectively, and publicly expose all the media personnel, meteorologists and others that are actively or passively toeing the narrative of deception for those in power.
Make fighting to expose the whole truth your top priority. Make the fight for the greater good your mission, time is not on our side.
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US west coast collapse: A plethora of major quakes and eruptions TBW News 2nd week Jan


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NASA | Synthesis: NASA Data Visualizations In Ultra-HD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQF61…
THAR SHE BLOWS! Watch Indonesia’s Mount http://youtube.com/watch?v=7xxIea4ZN94
Global shake movie http://global.shakemovie.princeton.ed…
RTL RAW- Dozens of beached whales die as hundr http://youtube.com/watch?v=3ONaFJVwbmg

Links
70% of our sea birds and 75% of the worlds fish are now depleted http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/7…
A village in the UK endures 75 days’ rain record http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/a…
Deadly heatwave kills 11 in South Africa http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/d…
After two months rain in two days Sydney braces itself for a 40 C heatwave! http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/a…
Unusual never before seen tiny jellyfish-like creatures spotted in the waters off Queensland http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/u…
Soputan Volcano Sulawesi Indonesia spews a violent lava eruption http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/s…

Floods top 2013 world disaster bill so far


 

 

July 11, 2013 CLIMATE Floods that caused billions of dollars in losses were the world’s most expensive natural disasters so far this year, with central Europe being hit hardest, re-insurers Munich Re said on Tuesday. Altogether, natural catastrophes — also including earthquakes, tornadoes and heat waves — caused $45 billion in losses in the first half of 2013, well below the 10-year average of $85 billion. Insured losses worldwide totaled about $13 billion, said Munich Re. Inland flooding that affected parts of Europe, Asia, Canada and Australia caused about 47 percent of overall global losses and 45 percent of insured losses, said the leading reinsurance company based in Munich, Germany. The deadliest disaster out of 460 recorded “natural hazard events” worldwide was a series of flash floods in northern India and Nepal that killed more than 1,000 people in June after early and exceptionally heavy monsoon rains. By far the most expensive natural disaster was the river flooding that hit southern and eastern Germany and neighboring countries in May and June, causing more than $16 billion in damage, most of it in Germany. “The frequency of flood events in Germany and central Europe has increased by a factor of two since 1980,” said Munich Re board member Torsten Jeworrek. In some places, 400 liters of rain per square meter fell within a few days. With the ground already saturated from the rainiest spring in half a century, this led to rapid swelling of the Danube and Elbe river systems. Peter Hoeppe, head of Munich Re’s Geo Risks Research unit, said in a statement that “it is evident that days with weather conditions that lead to such flooding are becoming more frequent.” As weather systems tend to remain stationary for longer, he said there was a higher chance for heavy and long-lasting rains, and for summer heat-waves and droughts. “Debate in climate research is currently focusing on what the causes of such changes in weather patterns could be and what role climate change might play in this,” he said. “But it is naturally not possible to explain single events on this basis.” –News Discovery

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Energy Source of TORNADOES & Manipulation ☆ James McCanney w/ Joyce Riley 05.29.2013


Jim’s one of the most well respected scientists in his field of science and cosmology, this is a VERY important interview on weather. Aside from being manipulated something else is affecting the severity of storms and other unusual weather patterns. Jim also covers a wide range of “Tier Two Faery Tale” science topics and why the public is being fed bad science, all the way through college we’re being kept in the dark and lied to.

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Teacher, scientist, author and radio host James McCanney will join The Power Hour today to discuss recent weather events and describe the possibility or potential of weather enhancement or manipulation.
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Signs Of Change The Past Week Or So March 2013 Part 3


Published on Mar 19, 2013

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The extreme events of 2013 do continue. Floods, landslides, dead fish and more has taking place the past week or so. These videos do not mean that the world will end. Please respect other peoples comments and beliefs when leaving a comment. Thanks for watching here and be safe all!

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Warming sign in the Arctic: Starving female polar bear challenges male for food


A recent voyage by the National Geographic Explorer ship to the Arctic captured a female polar bear fighting a male for food. NBCNews.com’s Dara Brown reports on the trip, which allowed experts to evaluate the environmental changes in the Arctic.

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By Miguel Llanos, NBC News

Wildlife biologist Ian Bullock is a seasoned visitor to the Arctic, but even he was surprised by what he saw last month: a thin female polar bear, shadowed by her cub, trying to challenge a much bigger, stronger male for food.

It wasn’t much of a challenge, but it showed just how desperate she was, Bullock told NBC News on returning from his 10th straight summer cruise to the Arctic.

That desperation, he feels, stems from the fact that the Arctic’s summer sea ice — which polar bears using as floating stations from which to hunt seals — has been shrinking over the last few decades due to a warming Arctic, forcing polar bears into smaller areas and more intense competition.

 “She was the thinnest female with cub I have ever seen,” he said. “She had a single cub which implies she has already lost one other cub this year.

“If she cannot feed, she cannot suckle her cub; with a hungry cub it is even harder for her to hunt effectively, so from what I saw her last cub is at risk and ultimately so is she,” he added. “This is why she was challenging a big male with food. She was hungry enough to take a big risk.”

In a video filmed during the National Geographic Explorer cruise to the Arctic’s Svalbard region, Bullock said it looks like that reduced ice is “really putting the bears under stress.”

“The worst thing is when we’ve encountered bears, we’ve found them really packed in tight, in the last little areas of fast ice attached to land, or the last little patches of pack ice at sea,” said Bullock, who served as a guide on the cruise ship. “And there they’ve been in competition.”

Polar bears are listed as “vulnerable” and in decline by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, which estimates the population at no more than 25,000 across the Arctic.

The U.S., which has two Arctic regions where polar bears live, in 2008 listed its population as “threatened”.

Last year, researchers cited three incidents where polar bears might even have resorted to cannibalism due to warming and reduced sea ice.

The diminished sea ice also got the attention of the National Geographic Explorer’s skipper.

Captain Leif Skog told NBC News that he had e-mailed his boss, Sven Lindblad of Lindblad Expeditions, to describe “a shocking escalation of the reduction of sea ice.”

One data graph he monitored daily, showing the total volume of Arctic sea ice, “could be called the death spiral of the Arctic sea ice,” he said in his e-mail to Lindblad.

Because of the reduced sea ice, he added, the cruise was able to visit northeast Greenland “a month earlier than what was normal in the past.”

“We expected to face some sea ice but everything was gone in the fjords upon our arrival,” he added. “The sea water temperature in the fjords was also unbelievably high.”

Another expert on the cruise called the outside temperature “surprisingly warm.”

“It was T-shirt weather,” Paul Berkman, an environmental science professor at the University of California Santa Barbara, told NBC News. Berkman noted two other major Arctic developments over the summer:

That response is twofold, he adds: Arctic temperatures have warmed 3-6 degrees F above the global average, and reduced ice removes huge amounts of reflective white from the sea and reveals a dark sea that absorbs heat.

The sea ice is like “a giant mirror on Earth’s surface” he said. “Without summer Arctic sea ice, more heat from the sun is absorbed into the Earth system, which is a feedback that further accelerates warming of our climate.”

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http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/09/13/13830880-warming-sign-in-the-arctic-starving-female-polar-bear-challenges-male-for-food?lite

Submitted by Kevin 9/15/12

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