Note: Sending prayers to everyone in the path of these storms. See Methane Monster II: The Arctic Demise for in-depth climate change data on the weather pattern feedback loops beginning to spiral out of control, and please share. Mahalo!
No matter the season or ‘normal’ climate, these days vehicles, homes and people are being washed away in deluges – the world over – on a regular basis. Forget “one month’s average rainfall falling within hours” – last month, TWO MONTHS’ average rainfall fell within a day and turned parts of southern Japan into inland seas. In the US, Utah experienced its worst ever flash-flooding, and the entire Eastern Seaboard was soaked with up to a foot of rain. This month, we also have clips of deluges in Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Norway, Thailand, Taiwan, China, Sierra Leone, and New Zealand.
Violent volcanic eruptions in Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Indonesia foreshadowed a massive 8.3 magnitude earthquake off Chile, which sent a 4.5 meter tsunami crashing into the coast and causing widespread damage. Hailstones the size of footballs fell in Naples, Italy. Brisbane, Australia, was buried in up to 4 inches (8cm) of hail, while a gigantic hole opened up on a nearby beach and swallowed a campsite. The rate of meteor fireball sightings continues to increase; in September there were spectacular sightings over Bangkok and Los Angeles.
Wildfires continue burning up much of California, which last month saw its ‘third-largest’ wildfire in history as whole towns were consumed and tens of thousands of residents were forced to flee. The other major outbreak of wildfires on the planet in September occurred in Indonesia, from where a smoky haze enveloped much of southeast Asia for the second time in three years. ‘Slash-and-burn’ farming is being blamed, but the fires occur in peatlands that release lots of methane, leaving us wondering if the primary fuel source for these fires is coming up from below.
Extreme weather also hit the Middle East, which was engulfed in an ‘unprecedented’ sandstorm that stretched from Iraq to Cyprus and south to Saudi Arabia. A tragic and incredibly symbolic event occurred in the heart of Islam’s ‘holy city’ on the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, when a powerful and unusual thunderstorm descended on Mecca and winds blew a large construction crane belonging to Bin Laden Construction onto the Grand Mosque. 111 people were killed and hundreds more injured.
These were the signs of the times in September 2015…
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Typhoon Mujigae hits land in South China http://youtube.com/watch?t=2&v=5b…
Satellite Movie Shows Hurricane Joaquin in the Bahamas http://youtube.com/watch?t=1&v=gt…
Part 1 Compilation Flooding in Charleston,SC a http://youtube.com/watch?v=9iZJYTPcWl0
Part 2- Typhoon Mujigae & Tornado Hits Southern http://youtube.com/watch?v=u3r7NcMe5IQ
GPM 3-D Flyby of Choi-Wan http://youtube.com/watch?v=APDdcNAHQwM
Conred mantiene monitoreo en Volcán de Fuego http://youtube.com/watch?v=KvL9l–TRK8
Music Laudate Dominum Mozart
About 22 million Americans across the East Coast were under flood watches Saturday as a “once in 200 years rainfall event” started soaking the Carolinas — with the worst yet to come.
The flood was said to have been caused by an unusual heavy downpour that lasted for over 48 hours.
The rainfall which started on Saturday night till Monday morning, caused massive floods at Abubakar Kigo road new extension, Barnawa, Ungwar-Rimi, Gonin-Gora, Karatudu, Kachia, Romi among others.
More than 30, 000 people had been forced out of their homes following the incident.
Many roads had also been blocked, making it difficult to get help and supplies to affected areas.
Flooding is common in most parts of Kaduna State during the rainy season.
Channels Television’s Correspondent in Kaduna, said that poor drainage in the affected areas was the cause of the flood.
In 2012, flood killed about seven people, destroyed several houses and farmlands, in what officials said was the worst natural disaster ever to befall the state.
Since then, the State Emergency Management Agency had set up an early warning system to monitor the weather.
About 30 houses were affected by flood in the area as a result of heavy down pour in August.
The residents had, however, refused to comply with NEMA’s directive due to claims of fund to secure new homes.
Instead, they attributed the flood to lack of dredging of the Kaduna River and the opening of a dam by the Cameroonian authorities.
Residents have called on the State Government to dredge the river for easy flow of water during the rainy season.
As the rains continue to pour out, some of the affected residents have started moving out their properties to safer places.
Published on Jul 7, 2014
According to the experts, earth is overdue for a reversal by double their best calculated estimations.
Oxygen Disaster at Reversal: http://ac.els-cdn.com/S0012821X140016…
2003 BBC Magnetism Article: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/na…
2004 NatGeo Magnetism Article: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/ne…
2006 NatGeo Magnetism Article: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/ne…
2008 NASA Magnetic Breach: http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/…
2011 ESA Magnetism Article: http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Obs…)
Magnetic Field Animation: http://wdc.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/igrf/an…
2003 NASA Pole Shift Article: http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y20…
2008 Kyoto Pole Shift Animation: http://geomag.org/info/Declination/ma…
2010 Kyoto Pole Shift Visual: http://wdc.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/poles/f…
2011 Discovery Pole Shift Article: http://news.discovery.com/earth/weath…
-Cosmic Rays and Clouds-
Direct Link Between GCR and Clouds: http://earthshine.dmi.dk/tellux/Harri…
Solar Activity Linked to GCR and Clouds: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/…
Cloud Condensation Nuclei: http://www.atmos-chem-phys-discuss.ne…
Further Confirmation: http://scitech.au.dk/en/current-affai…
Cosmic Rays vs Sunspots: http://neutronm.bartol.udel.edu/modpl…
NASA’s Cosmic Energy Effect: http://science.nasa.gov/media/mediali…
U-Del: Cosmic Rays v Sunspots: http://neutronm.bartol.udel.edu/modpl…
-Grand Cycle Paper-
Choudhuri 2013: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1312.3408.pdf
This dramatically exciting series has finally returned. Sorry to keep you waiting but I’ve been busy! I have to skip the months of May and June because it’s just too much for one video. Drastic weather conditions has continued over the past month or so.
This isn’t everything, but it’s a start! Thanks for watching and stay safe.
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This series does not mean the world is ending! These are documentaries of a series of extreme weather events which are leading to bigger earth changes. If you’re following the series, then you’re seeing the signs. It’s much more than one video!
Signs Of Change Playlist:
Heat wave kills more than 1,000 in Pakistan
Storms Leave Nearly Half a Million Residents Without Power in Philadelphia Area
Man Swept Away Floods in Sochi, Dramatic Video
India hit by worst floods in 90 years
Western wildfires: California fire grows, forces evacuations
Wildfire engulfs homes in Washington state
Japan on volcano alert after eruption
5.2-magnitude earthquake hits Big Island
Hail And Snow Fall In Arizona
Many feared dead after millions hit by China floods
Caught On Camera: House Collapses In Landslide In Uttarakhand
Day of Extreme Weather in the UK
Raw: Damaging Earthquake in Western China
Fatal tornado rips through Venice
Canada wildfires: Thousands flee homes in Saskatchewan, British Columbia
Germany’s crazy weather: from boiling hot to giant hail stones
New Danger in the Ocean for Beachgoers
1.1 million evacuated as typhoon pounds China
Volcano Shuts Down Tourist Island Flights
Mexico’s Colima Volcano: Soot, Ash Continues to Rain Down
cold snap brings snow across the south east
Scientists predict ‘mini ice age’ will hit in 15 years
Deadly Kentucky Floods Sweep Away Buildings
wildfire jumps highway in california and vehicles catch fire
Thank you to the ones that film and the news channels that cover these events! I don’t own any of these videos.
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Floods and landslides triggered by heavy rains displaced hundreds of families and caused damage to several road sections across the country on Thursday. Two deaths have been reported so far.
Srijana KC, 11, and Manju Mainali, 12, were swept away by the flooded Rapti stream at Hetauda-11 in Makwanpur on Thursday. The duo had tried to wade across the stream. Their bodies were found 1km downstream.
People in many villages in Kailali and Kanchanpur districts in the Far West and Banke and Bardiya districts in the Mid West moved to safer areas after incessant rains since Wednesday night inundated their settlements.
Flashfloods and inundation have been reported in Kailali, Banke and Bardiya since Thursday morning. In Banke, a downpour since Wednesday night flooded the Babai river which inundated Balapur, Gulariya and Nepalgunj. Fifty families have been displaced.
Around 500 houses in Joshipur, Bauniya and Thapapur VDCs of Kailali were hit by floods in the tributaries of the Karnali river. The local administration alerted vulnerable communities to move while security personnel were deployed to rescue the affected people.
Met officials have warned people in the Tarai especially those in the far-western region and some parts of the mid-western region against floods and landslides.
In a special bulletin on Thursday morning, the Meteorological Forecasting Division said a rain-producing system concentrated in the western Tarai and Siwalik range could bring thundershowers in Kailali, Kanchanpur, Banke and Bardiya districts.
“The active monsoon phenomenon since Wednesday night has brought rains in many places. In particular, river basins originating from the Chure and Mahabharat range are prone to flooding and landslides,” said Barun Poudel, a meteorologist.
Floods have been reported also in Myagdi and Kaski districts. Fifty houses were buried while over a dozen are at risk along the Beni-Athunge-Pakhapani road section in Myagdi. Four dozen houses were inundated in Chhorepatan, Pokhara, which received 305.4mm rain in the past 24 hours.
Dhangadhi, Nepalgunj, Bhairahawa and Lumle recorded rains above 100 millimetres until Thursday evening.
YES!! Shasta County Supervisors demand an investigation after expert scientific testimony from Dane Wiggington, airline pilots, doctors, biologists, attorneys and others that chemtrails threaten the entire web of life on the planet. This hearing topples the first domino for more hearings and investigations. The domino’s are falling everywhere lately…interesting times indeed :)
On July 15th, 2014, citizens from Northern California rallied to create the largest attendance ever at the Shasta County Supervisors chambers (400+, chairman Les Baugh confirmed this attendance record at the start of the meeting). The primary purpose of this meeting was to present information that proves there is a very dire heavy metal contamination and UV radiation issue across the Shasta County region (and the world). A list of 10 experts presented data to the board to confirm the legitimacy of the concerns being addressed. At the end of the presentation, the board voted unanimously to investigate the heavy metal contamination and passed resolutions accordingly. The video below documents the events of this landmark day in the fight to expose the crime of global geoengineering, all experts are identified with labels in the video (the new edited, condensed version).
Greece is going through a referendum, and they are taking a que from the Clash song “Should I Stay or Should I Go.” Meaning, should Greece stay or leave the European Union? I say it is not going to make much difference. The Greeks, as everybody else in the world, have been living beyond their means. There are going to be big cuts to everything no matter what.
More phony jobs numbers were produced by the government this week in the ongoing so-called recovery story. The MSM always focuses on the jobs created but fails to tell you they are part- time jobs or more than 400,000 just left the work force.
From coast to coast, there is either too much water or not nearly enough. Let’s start in California. It is ground zero in the western drought. All of California is in some sort of drought. Most of California has never seen a drought this bad. This is a state of 38 million people, and about four months ago, NASA estimated that California had about a year’s worth of water left–8 months and counting, folks. Here in the Midwest, there is too much water, way too much water. Missouri and other states had record breaking rainfall amounts.
Join Greg Hunter as he covers these stories and more in the Weekly News Wrap-Up.
The forest officials have recovered carcasses of 1,255 wild animals including four lions and 1,225 blue bulls and 14 chittals from three talukas of Bhanvnagar district. These animals had swept away in river Shetrunji during flash floods last week.
Following a massive search and rescue operation, the Bhavnagar forest department on Tuesday issued a statement giving the details of the wild animal that died in the floods.
“Our 30 teams searched for wild animals dead or alive in mud filled water and muck for one week. We found bodies of total 1255 wild animals including four Asiatic lions which had swept away in flood waters and reached down-stream of Shetrunji River in Bhavnagar area,” G S Singh, deputy conservator of forests, Bhavnagar, told TOI.
Singh said that the bodies were found from Palitana, Gariyadhar and Talaja talukas of Bhavnagar.
Note: Dramatic, disturbing footage of a reporter and the man she was interviewing suddenly being washed away as the land beneath them crumbled from the raging waters.
Chinese authorities initiated a grade IV emergency response to torrential rain and floods in Sichuan Province on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Civil Affairs and the China National Commission for Disaster Reduction sent work teams to assist relief efforts in the southwest China province, where storms have brought floods and landslides since last week.
In Sichuan, two people were killed by landslides in Nanjiang County, which reported its worst floods since 1949. Another woman was killed by a landslide in Sichuan’s Pengxi County.
Official figures show that the disaster has forced the relocation of 132,300 people across 44 townships with 23,000 houses being completely destroyed as of 9 a.m. on Tuesday.
Note: WOW!!!! Absolutely incredible! I spent over two decades in the OKC area and Dallas, have driven over the Red River countless times and have never seen the river this high, not even close. Can’t help but wonder if the recent flooding in Texas and Oklahoma are connected to a relationship between chemtrails (d’uh), Jade Helm and a recent Army Corps employment ad for disaster relief help. The are goes from years suffering major drought conditions to biblical proportion flooding in less than one year….hmmmmm???
OK…I know I’m preaching to the choir here :)
DALLAS – The Red River at the Oklahoma-Texas line has risen so high that officials may have to shut down the Interstate-35 corridor, according to CBS 11 in Dallas.
Just after lunchtime Friday, the Red River, which divides Texas from Oklahoma, was observed at 42.02 feet. Twenty-five feet is flood stage.
Note: Nice plasma and orb activity in some of the Mt Sinabung clips starting at 3:00….
Music DjSadhu – Vortex Instrumental.mp3
Most of the clips I used for this film can be found here.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Monday likened the ferocity of flash flooding that killed at least three people to a tsunami, and authorities said a dam had given way in a state park.
Abbott declared states of disaster in 24 counties and flew over the area south of Austin to assess the damage caused by tornadoes, heavy rainfall, thunderstorms and flooding that forced evacuations and rooftop rescues and left thousands of residents without electricity.
“This is the biggest flood this area of Texas has ever seen,” Abbott said.
“It is absolutely massive – the relentless tsunami-type power of this wave of water,” he said.
He described homes that were “completely wiped off the map” by the dangerous weather system that struck Texas and Oklahoma.
Authorities in Bastrop County, on the southeastern outskirts of Austin, reported in a Twitter feed that Lake Dam had failed in Bastrop State Park. They urged residents in the water’s path to seek higher ground.
(Strange Sounds) Heavy surge with giant waves hits the Pacific coast Saturday from Mexico to Chile.
Results: Three dead, one missing and hundreds of evacuated…
In Panama, a person was swept away by the killer waves.
This first video was captured at the Hotel Decameron in Farallón, Río Hato, Panama:
In Mexico, a man drowned on the beach in Acapulco, where four-meter high waves smashed houses of the coast and flooded the streetsas shown in the video below:
In the city of Valparaiso, Chile, a European tourist was washed away and another injured.
A 14 year old boy is reported missing in Salvador, near the town of Playa Metalio.
Many people have been rescued and some 400 people were evacuated as violent waves devastated more than 50 homes along the countries’ coasts.
This strong swell – also known as Marejada o Mar de Fondo in spanish – is a phenomenon coming back each year.
Mexican authorities believe they are triggered by violent storms and winds offshore.
The deadly phenomenon is expected to continue in the next four days. So, sportsmen and fishermen be cautious!
More daunting earth changes expected to hit France coastline this month…
Published: 19 Feb 2015 13:07 GMT+01:00
It might sound like something out of a Hollywood disaster movie, but French authorities are taking next month’s “tide of the century” pretty seriously, partly due to recent and dramatic erosion of parts of its coastline.
The high tide is due to strike on March 21st and will see particularly high sea levels in certain areas along the French coast.
At the famous island of Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy (see photo below), which has one of the most marked differences in the levels of low and high tides, waters will rise by about 14.50 metres, compared to low tide – that’s the equivalent of a four story building.
The hazards caused by the high tide were made clear on Friday live on French television when BFM TV’s weather girl Fanny Agostini was taken out by a wave (see video).
It’s a phenomenon that could cause coastal flooding and has put local authorities on alert.
“Of course I’m worried, even if the weather forecast is reassuring and we have put in place an emergency plan,” said Alain Bachelier, mayor of Saint-Jean-le-Thomas, in western Normandy where around 140 houses are threatened if the sea breaks the natural barrier of the sand dunes.
Communes up and down the coast have been stocking up on sand bags and on the Island of Oléron, in Charente Maritime, they have brought in a 700 metre-long infatable barrier.
France’s marine and oceanic service “Shom” has called for vigilance ahead of the high tides. It has warned coastal walkers, fishermen and swimmers “to not adventure too far”, because the “sea will rise quicker than a man can run”.
France will get a taste of how high the seas will be this weekend when another high tide is expected.
The tide coefficients, which help forecast the height of the tide, will be 118 out of a possible maximum of 120 this weekend. When the “tide of the century” hits in March, the coefficients will be 119 out of 120.
The risk of sea flooding this weekend is heightened by a low pressure weather system expected to move in from across the Atlantic, which is often accompanied by a rise in water levels.
The “tide of the century” is a slightly misleading title, given that it occurs every 18 years, the last one being in March 1997. As well as the bay of Mont st-Michel, the Atlantic coast in the Aquitaine region will be see the highest tides.
Throughout 2015 there will be around 40 high tides of where the co-efficiencies are rated above 100 and 20 where they are calculated at over 110. By all accounts those figures are considered exceptional.
Authorities in France have grown increasingly concerned about coastal flooding. In February last year swathes of pristine coastline were washed away in storms on the Atlantic coast.
The erosion of a coastline normally takes place over decades and centuries. But in western France it happened a lot quicker last winter, with storms taking 10 metres of land off parts of the Atlantic coast, a study revealed.
The Aquitaine Coast Observatory said that its picturesque, beach lined coast had been eroded by at least 10 metres, because of all the recent storms and tidal waves.
In January Le Signal residence was evacuated when it looked as though it was going to fall into the sea.
Around 45 years ago, Le Signal was away from the sea by 200 meters. Now, the distance is 16,50m. The tweet below shows the erosion over recent years.
By Susan Duclos
The Inuits are indigenus people that inhabit the arctic regions of Canada, the United States and Greenland and throughout history their very lives have been dependent on being able to correctly forecast weather…. and they are warning NASA and the world that global warming isn’t the cause of what we are seeing with extreme weather, earthquakes and other events.
The earth has shifted, tilted or as they put it, “wobbled” to the north and they all agree “Their sky has changed!”
The elders maintain the Sun doesn’t rise were it used too, they have longer day light to hunt and the Sun is higher than it used to be and warms up quicker than before. The elders who were interviewed across the north all said the same thing, their sky has changed.
The stars the Sun and the Moon have all changed affecting the temperature, even affecting the way the wind blows, it is becoming increasingly hard to predict the weather, something that is a must on the Arctic.
The elders all agree, they believe the Earth has shifted, wobbled or tilted to the North.
In the first video below I go over an article over at The Big Wobble Almanac and in the videos following that, we see some of the extreme weather events being attributed to this “wobble.”
In the article it states that NASA scientists and experts are “worried” by the information the Inuit Elders are providing for them.