Nuked Radio #89 Early2it: Sea Foam, Snow Rollers, and Geological Uptick EXPLAINED


Published on Jan 31, 2013

Episode 89 air date January 29, 2013

Early2it returns for a fabulous update on recent anomalies and geological escalation occurring around the world from melting methane hydrates.

Huge new slick from Mercondo Well: http://enenews.com/video-huge-slick-at-site-of-bp-disaster-in-gulf-of-mexico-…

New Madrid Shakeout is scheduled for February 7, 2013: http://www.mywithersradio.com/centralia/?p=1502

SOTT: The Real Consequences of an Ocean Floor Collapse: http://www.sott.net/article/210863-The-Real-Consequences-of-An-Ocean-Floor-Co…

“Booms and Shakes” thread mentioned during show by Bending Light from GLP: http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2112445/pg1

Video of above thread by The United Knowledge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUUvvnMP7V8&feature=player_embedded

 

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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Earthquake Alert Update Jan 27th 2012


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Earthquake Updates. Google New Policy will not kick me off the web. I will continue to respect Googles Policy and Their new Policy.. We do not have to agree with it but why close your account. Please do not fear the new Policy. If you are so freaked out about it create another account just do not put all your personal information on it. To many people put their information/Personal information on everything. Stop it and you wont have to worry. If you are not searching for anything that is wrong then you should be ok why worry.

Arctic Ocean freshwater bulge detected


Thanks for a great find CaliforniaKevin!
23 January 2012

The growth of a bulge of freshwater in the Arctic Ocean

Jonathan AmosBy Jonathan Amos Science correspondent, BBC News

UK scientists have detected a huge dome of fresh water that is developing in the western Arctic Ocean.

The bulge is some 8,000 cubic km in size and has risen by about 15cm since 2002.

The team thinks it may be the result of strong winds whipping up a great clockwise current in the northern polar region called the Beaufort Gyre.

This would force the water together, raising sea surface height, the group tells the journal Nature Geoscience.

“In the western Arctic, the Beaufort Gyre is driven by a permanent anti-cyclonic wind circulation. It drives the water, forcing it to pile up in the centre of gyre, and this domes the sea surface,” explained lead author Dr Katharine Giles from the Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling (CPOM) at University College London.

Sea-ice (S.Laxon) Arctic summers have seen a decline in both ice extent and thickness

“In our data, we see the trend being biggest in the centre of the gyre and less around the edges,” she told BBC News.

Dr Giles and colleagues made their discovery using radar satellites belonging to the European Space Agency (Esa).

These spacecraft can measure sea-surface height even when there is widespread ice cover because they are adept at picking out the cracks, or leads, that frequently appear in the frozen floes.

The data (1995-2010) indicates a significant swelling of water in the Beaufort Gyre, particularly since the early part of the 2000s. The rising trend has been running at 2cm per year.

Model predictionA lot of research from buoys and other in-situ sampling had already indicated that water in this region of the Arctic had been freshening.

This fresh water is coming in large part from the rivers running off the Eurasian (Russian) side of the Arctic basin.

Winds and currents have transported this fresh water around the ocean until it has been pulled into the gyre. The volume currently held in the circulation probably represents about 10% of all the fresh water in the Arctic.

Of interest to future observations is what might happen if the anticyclonic winds, which have been whipping up the bulge, change behaviour.

“What we seen occurring is precisely what the climate models had predicted,” said Dr Giles.

“When you have clockwise rotation – the fresh water is stored. If the wind goes the other way – and that has happened in the past – then the fresh water can be pushed to the margins of the Arctic Ocean.

“If the spin-up starts to spin down, the fresh water could be released. It could go to the rest of the Arctic Ocean or even leave the Arctic Ocean.”

If the fresh water were to enter the North Atlantic in large volumes, the concern would be that it might disturb the currents that have such a great influence on European weather patterns. These currents draw warm waters up from the tropics, maintaining milder temperatures in winter than would ordinarily be expected at northern European latitudes.

Arctic sea ice Cracks, or leads, in the ice provide vertical surfaces against which the wind can push

The creation of the Beaufort Gyre bulge is not a continuous development throughout the 15-year data-set, and only becomes a dominant feature in the latter half of the study period.

This may indicate a change in the relationship between the wind and the ocean in the Arctic brought about by the recent rapid decline in sea-ice cover, the CPOM team argues in its Nature Geoscience paper.

It is possible that the wind is now imparting momentum to the water in ways that were not possible when the sea-ice was thicker and more extensive.

“The ice is now much freer to move around,” said Dr Giles.

Artist's impression of Cryosat-2 (Esa) Cryosat-2: Esa’s newest radar satellite is dedicated to studying the polar regions

“So, as the wind acts on the ice, it’s able to pull the water around with it. Depending on how ridged the surface of ice is or how smooth the bottom of the ice is – this will all affect the drag on the water. If you have more leads, this also might provide more vertical ice surfaces for the wind to blow against.”

One consequence of less sea-ice in the region is the possibility that winds could now initiate greater mixing of the different layers in the Arctic Ocean.

Scientists are aware that there is a lot of warm water at depth.

At present, this deep water’s energy is unable to influence the sea-ice because of a buffer of colder, less dense water lying between it and the floes above.

But if this warm water were made to well up because of wind-driven changes at the surface, it could further accelerate the loss of seasonal ice cover.

The CPOM team is now investigating the likelihood of this happening with Cryosat-2, Esa’s first radar satellite dedicated to the study of the polar regions.

“We now have the means to measure not only the ice thickness but also to monitor how the ocean under the ice is changing,” says Dr Seymour Laxon, director of CPOM and co-author of the study, “and with CryoSat-2, we can now do so over the entire Arctic Ocean.”

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Siberian Earthquake Cover-up?! Four Aircraft Carriers with Rescuers and Psychologists Deployed, Seismic Activity off the Charts


Conflicting reports coming out of Russia about the earthquake and indications the USGS is downgrading earthquakes again, this one was significantly downgraded from 9.5 to 6.6.  Although to be fair, one report said the Russians measure the “intensity” differently.

The epicenter was 100 miles from the nearest major city or town. In addition, the earth is being hit with geomagnetic storms,  in the following CME video skywatcher predicts an earthquake.

(Russia) Earthquake Disaster Cover-Up? Four Aircraft With rescuers and Psychologists Arrive

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december 27, 2011

http://www.en.rian.ru/russia/20111228/170526191.html

9.5 Earthquake Hit Siberia Today!

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Breaking News!

9.5 MSK Earthquake in Siberia Russian Channel One Reports Today.

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Шойгу зарaбатывает.. Sergei Shoigu makes money by spinning the data applying MSK scale..

The earthquake in Siberia is estimated at 9.5 MSK, according to Emergency Situations Minister Sergei Shoigu.

It’s 100 km to the nearest town from the epicenter. Almost 600 km to nearest major city. They have no idea about small villages at the epicenter area right now.

Russian Earthquake different readings, NZ update

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Transcribed Horus Channeling, 12-21-11


As a subscription member to Nancy Tate’s website Tree of the Golden Light, all kinds of interesting things find their way to my inbox.. www.treeofthegoldenlight.com
 
Intro, Nancy: This is a channeling of Horus on Dec 21st 2011. I’ll just take a moment.
Horus: She doesn’t need any more than a moment. I’m so glad to see all of you here this evening. It is with the utmost of respect and love and joy that I see you all here today.
There is upcoming in this community a splash of energy that will reunite many, many beings that have been here and that are continuing to come forth from the inner Earth and from the Hollow Earth, especially from inner Earth from Telos. There is an abundance of energy that is being pronounced throughout the ones here in this village that speaks of what is to come. It has been translated in many ways throughout the community and is being perpetrated, for some, as a lot of unloading of old energy that does not have anything to do with today; it’s all about yesterday. In these energies it cannot remain within these people, any of you.
As you progress, as you lift your energies, you release all of his old 3-D energy and you allow it its freedom to, as well, be transformed into an energy that can circulate back, and come to you as brand-new, slippery ice, warm ice, slippery enough to come flowing back into you as potential, as remembrance of who you are. As it touches out in the universe with all that information, with all that energy of your other experiences in this universe, it starts from the first time, the first seed, the first experience that you all have. As that progression takes place, as that touching in with all that there is carries with it the potential for what you’ll be doing from this point on, there is great significance to what has been expended, what has been expressed and what has been desired and intended for the coming time.
Yes you have had, all of you, all of Earth life of any form, from one cell to the completion of whatever the state of being is in the moment, has experienced on some level that which is desired. That is the way that you all can know what it is you desire. It is first an inner idea, an idea that comes to you on a spiritual and a soul level, and then it comes to your consciousness as a desire and intent. You are tapping into what you have already created. If it does not materialize in your life it is because you have had another idea on that inner level of something that is different, that is possibly more in keeping with what happened in the moment and the next. So there is this continual, constant creation of what you have intended and what you follow through on and give life to in your consciousness.
This is something that you will be realizing on many levels as you evolve throughout your ascension process, and that will affect the way you live your life. It will affect the way that you create your desires, the idea that you have and how you can follow through on those ideas. It will be a blending of all of the beautiful energies of creation that corresponds with the Christ consciousness, with the Mushaba energy, with all that there is, with the spark of inner knowing that you all live in.

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Attenborough says people have lost all touch with natural world


Sir David Attenborough, the television wildlife presenter, has warned that people in towns and cities are putting the planet at risk because they are losing touch with the “realities of the natural world”.

Attenborough says people have lost all touch with natural world

David Attenborough pictured with an anaesthetised polar bear on Frozen Planet Photo: BBC

7:27AM GMT 01 Dec 2011

The broadcaster said urbanisation over the last 60 years meant that too many people had little or no contact with the natural world.

In an interview with Eureka magazine, published by The Times, he said: “We have a huge moral responsibility towards the rest of the planet.

“A hundred years ago people certainly had that, they were aware of the seasons and aware of what they were doing to the land and animals around them.”

Sir David, whose Frozen Planet series ends on the BBC next week, said UN figures showed that due to rapid urbanisation since the 1950s, more than 50% of the world’s population now live in towns and cities.

“So over 50% is to some degree out of touch with the natural world and don’t even see an animal from one day to the next unless it’s a rat or a pigeon,” he added.

“That means that people are getting out of touch with the realities of the natural world, of which we are in fact a part.”

The final episode of the seven-part series Frozen Planet sees Sir David speaking more freely than in previous episodes about the threat mankind poses to the planet.

He claims that the Arctic could be emptied of ice in summer by 2020 and polar bears are already dying due to a lack of ice.

The BBC dropped the “climate change” episode from its main package when selling the series abroad to make it more appealing to international viewers, such as those in the United States, where the public is more sceptical about global warming.

Instead, it was either offered as an optional extra or, in the case of the US, elements from it were incorporated into the other episodes.

Sir David has become involved in a public war of words with Lord Lawson, the former Chancellor.

Writing in the Radio Times, Lord Lawson accused Sir David of “sensationalism” and said certain populations of polar bears are rising and that sea ice cover is in fact increasing in Antarctica.

Sir David’s latest comments came ahead of this week’s international climate negotiations in South Africa.

The final episode of Frozen Planet will be broadcast on BBC One on December 7.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/environment/climatechange/8927423/Attenborough-says-people-have-lost-all-touch-with-natural-world.html

All eyes on Tropical Storm Nate and Maria


Detailed hurricane information, Mr Hurricane Tracker does a great job nailing down the position and direction of storms heading towards the U.S.

Uploaded by MrHurricaneTracker on Sep 7, 2011
NORTHERN ATLANTIC OCEAN
HURRICANE Katia / 12L
Warning 39 from NHC for 2100 GMT
Position 29.9N 69.7W
Location 335 miles WSW of Bermuda
Movement 320° (NW) at 9 knots
Maximum winds 70 knots gusting to 85 knots
Winds of 34 knots or higher occur within 205 miles of the centre
Winds of 64 knots or higher occur within 50 miles of the centre
Threatened landmasses NONE
Next advisory from NHC at 0300 GMT

Katia is moving northwest and has weakened a little due to increasingly adverse atmospheric conditions. The system’s course will veer to the north over the next day or so, then northeast before undergoing extra-tropical transitioning. Katia will become an extra-tropical depression carrying hurricane force winds to western Europe.

Bermuda
A tropical storm watch has been issued for Bermuda.
Rainfall totals from Katia could amount to 1 to 2 inches on Bermuda

Surf warnings
Swells generated by Katia will continue to affect the Greater Antilles, Bermuda, the east coast of the USA and east-facing coasts of the Bahamas over the next few days. These could cause life-threatening surf and rip-current conditions.

Tropical storm Maria / 14L
Warning 05 from NHC for 2100 GMT
Position 13.2N 44.2W
Location 1205 miles E of the Lesser Antilles
Movement 275° (W) at 20 knots
Maximum winds 45 knots
Winds of 34 knots or higher occur within 45 miles of the centre
Threatened landmasses Leeward Islands
Next warning from NHC at 0300 GMT

14L has intensified to tropical storm Maria, and is moving rapidly westnorthwest. The system will maintain present strength and course.

Tropical storm Nate / 15L
Warning 01 from NHC for 2100 GMT
Position 20.2N 92.4W
Location 125 miles W of Campeche, Mexico
Movement 110° (ESE) at 2 knots
Maximum winds 40 knots
Winds of 34 knots or higher occur within 105 miles of the centre
Threatened landmasses Eastern Mexico
Next warning from NHC at 0300 GMT

Tropical storm Nate has formed in the Bay of Campeche, and is expected to be slow moving over the next few days, before it heads away north, then northwest. Strengthening is expected over the next five days.

Regional warnings
Tropical storm warning
Mexico: Chilitepec to Celestun

Rainfall
2 to 4 inches, locally up to 8 inches in the Mexican states of Campeche, Tabasco and southern Veracruz

Stormsurge
1 to 3 feet above normal tidal levels along the immediate coast in the warning area

NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC OCEAN
Tropical storm Kulap / 17W
Warning 03 from JTWC for 2100 GMT
Position 23.8N 135.2E
Location 430 miles ESE of Kadena AB, Japan
Movement 335° (NNW) at 12 knots
Maximum winds 45 knots gusting to 55 knots
Winds of 34 knots or higher occur within 55 miles of the centre
Threatened landmasses Korea
Maximum significant wave height 14 feet
Next warning from JTWC at 0300 GMT

There is quite a disparity in forecast scenarios for this system, with one strand of thought taking the storm north towards Korea, and the other taking it west into China. JTWC is favouring the latter forecast.

Tropical Storm Kulap Update and several Invest across the Pacific / 08 Sep 2011


Rob’s forecasts are professional, tight and very informative…great job!

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Tropical Storm Kulap continues to move North West towards the Ryuku islands, good news is it remains weak and completly exposed in the upper levels. Meanwhile Invest 91W and 92W bring the potentiol for further tropical development

Death Underground USA Earthquakes NIJ CBE PGRE


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PGR 101 (Post Glacial Rebound)(Isostasy) – 3 – Larry King
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-qTAp4zhSg
Why USA Mega Earthquakes! Nuclear Power Meltdowns. Continental Bowing Effect! Floods PGRE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLQhPUkGrpg
NASA Fact Giant Breach in Earth’s Magnetic Field Post Glacial Rebound Effect.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y03pQ3Yd7G4
NASA 1 foot water Ocean = 2 feet on Land. Earth Undone DVD 2020 Report is 2011 Now! Have a Plan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=di2rbho_Occ
Nuclear Event – USA – Limerick Nuclear Power Plant – Pennsylvania – 29-05-2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cbnFtRXjyc&feature=channel_video_title
http://www.youtube.com/user/ChristiannaGarrett1
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DVD is for sale now. it will provide a $5 donation for every sale to the Underground, and Robs Radio Show. to help cover costs as a alternative media source. / helping get out the info. to people not on YT. Love Scott (BUG)
Mr. Owen BDS CAS CFDA Opportunity Number Comp. ID Grants.gov # Date/Time Received Status Status Date Submission Name
15.807 10HQPA0001 10HQPA0001 GRANT10318874 14-May-09 12:34:54 AM Validated 14-May-09 02:55:37 AM expanding ocean and earthquake impacts from post glacial rebound effect.
http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2010/27jul_spacequakes/
Airplanes Crash Skyquakes NASA FACT! Moon Will Go! Post Glacial Rebound & More info
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXAch3xMPOQ
Alternative view: The earths oceans are sinking. Due to this heavy loading of new water into Geo fragile zones. Fault zones. Thus causing sea floor sinking. Just as the other regions of the world are rebounding up. “As stated in this article”.[12] thus these islands are not getting flooded by sea level rise, as much as these islands are sinking. The water table adjusts to the area. As earthquakes even out the ocean floor deformation[13].
by Scott (BUG)
Post Glacial Rebound is The White Horse going out conquering and to conquer. It is pushing the ocean floor down.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-glacial_rebound
http://oraclebroadcasting.com/
http://believersunderground.whynotnews.eu/
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theintelhubnewsnetwork
DEEP ICELANDIC CURRENT CONFIRMED
A powerful, newly discovered current flowing near Iceland adds another piece to the ocean’s “conveyor belt,” and could change models of the North Atlantic’s climate future.
The existence of the North Icelandic Jet (NIJ), as the deep-water current is called, was recently confirmed by a multinational team of researchers. The team’s measurements of the current were published online in the journal Nature Geoscience.

Edward Cayce and The Georgia Guide Stone Connection


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a look at the shocking similarities found in various maps when compared to those made by edgar cayce as well as the positions the geogia guide stones were placed…THE SONG; epic showdown by loonatic beats…from a free instrumental cd at datpiff.com

Virginia Earthquake 2011: USGS Warns it May be a Foreshock


Tuesday, August 23, 2011 3:25 PM EDT

By IBTimes Staff Reporter

A 5.8 magnitude earthquake centered in Virginia rocked the Mid-Atlantic, sending shockwaves up and down the East Coast through Washington D.C., New York City, and up all the way to Concord, N.H., and Toronto, Canada.

According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the quake happened at 1:51 p.m. at a depth of 3.7 miles. The quake was centered 27 miles east of Charlottesville, Va., near the town of Mineral in Louisa County, Va.

The movement lasted for no more than 30 seconds.

Minutes after the quake, the director of the USGS, Marcia McNutt — who watched objects falling from the shelves in her office — cautioned that the shaking might not be over.

“What the concern is, of course, is that this is a foreshock. If it’s a foreshock, then the worst is yet to come,” McNutt told The Washington Post.

Residents in Northern Virginia described it like “a freight train coming through the house.”

The streets of downtown Washington filled with thousands of people Tuesday afternoon as buildings were evacuated.

There were no immediate reports of damage in Washington. However, The Richmond Times Dispatch reports that the Richmond police began receiving calls about possible property damage immediately after the event.

It’s unclear if there have been any injuries in Louisa County.

The epicenter is not far from Dominion Virginia Power’s North Anna nuclear plant. The earthquake knocked out power, but the utility manually shut down both nuclear units without incident and no damage was apparent, according to the Richmond Times Dispatch.

“We did lose on-site power, but all the diesel generators are up and running,” Dominion spokesman Richard Zuercher said 30 minutes after the quake. “Everything appears to be operating just fine.”

William Harper, an employee with the town of Mineral in Louisa County, reported “some building damage” at the municipal offices to the paper as well.

Here’s a look at one Virginia resident touring her home just after the quake:

Newly Discovered Icelandic Current Could Lead To Climate Cooling


Mark Dunphy
Irish Weather Online
Mon, 22 Aug 2011 12:13 CDT

© WHOI
The research vessel Knorr navigates the Iceland Sea while taking measurements of the Jet.

An international team of researchers has confirmed the presence of a deep-reaching ocean circulation system off Iceland that could have “important ramifications” for ocean circulation’s impact on climate in the Northern Hemisphere.

The current, called the North Icelandic Jet (NIJ), contributes to a key component of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), also known as the “great ocean conveyor belt,” which is critically important for regulating Earth’s climate.

Climate specialists have been concerned that the conveyor belt is slowing down due to a rise in global temperatures. They suggest that increasing amounts of fresh water from melting ice and other warming-related phenomena are making their way into the northern North Atlantic, where it could freeze, which would prevent the water from sinking and decrease the need for the loop to deliver as much warm water as it does now. Eventually, this could lead to a colder climate in the northern hemisphere.

The team, which includes physical oceanographers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), announced their findings in a paper published in the August 21 online issue of the journal Nature Geoscience.

As part of the planet’s reciprocal relationship between ocean circulation and climate, the “great ocean conveyor belt” transports warm surface water to high latitudes where the water warms the air, then cools, sinks, and returns towards the equator as a deep flow. Crucial to this warm-to-cold oceanographic choreography is the Denmark Strait Overflow Water (DSOW), the largest of the deep, overflow plumes that feed the lower limb of the conveyor belt and return the dense water south through gaps in the Greenland-Scotland Ridge.

For years it has been thought that the primary source of the Denmark Overflow is a current adjacent to Greenland known as the East Greenland Current. However, this view was recently called into question by two oceanographers from Iceland who discovered a deep current flowing southward along the continental slope of Iceland. They named the current the North Icelandic Jet and hypothesized that it formed a significant part of the overflow water.

Now, the team of researchers – including the two Icelanders who discovered it – has confirmed that the Icelandic Jet is not only a major contributor to the DSOW but “is the primary source of the densest overflow water.”

© WHOI
The North Icelandic Jet in cross-section, adjacent to the continental slope of Iceland.

“These results implicate water mass transformation and exchange near Iceland as central contributors to the deep limb of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, and raise new questions about how global ocean circulation will respond to future climate change,” said Eric Itsweire, program director in the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF)’s Division of Ocean Sciences, which funded the research.

“In our paper we present the first comprehensive measurements of the NIJ,” said Robert S. Pickart of WHOI, one of the authors of the study. “Our data demonstrate that the NIJ indeed carries overflow water into Denmark Strait and is distinct from the East Greenland Current. We show that the NIJ constitutes approximately half of the total overflow transport and nearly all of the densest component.

The researchers used a numerical model to hypothesize where and how the NIJ is formed. “We’ve identified a new paradigm,” he said. “We’re hypothesizing a new, overturning loop” of warm water to cold.

While a subsequent cooling of scenario is far from certain, it is critical that researchers understand the overturning process, he said, to be able to make accurate predictions about the future of climate and circulation interaction. “If a large fraction of the overflow water comes from the NIJ, then we need to re-think how quickly the warm-to-cold conversion of the AMOC occurs, as well as how this process might be altered under a warming climate,” Pickart said.

Pickart and a team of scientists from the U.S., Iceland, Norway, and the Netherlands are scheduled to embark on Monday on a cruise aboard the WHOI-operated R/V Knorr to collect new information on the overturning in the Iceland Sea.

“During our upcoming cruise on the Knorr we will, for the first time, deploy an array of year-long moorings across the entire Denmark Strait to quantify the NIJ and distinguish it from the East Greenland Current,” Pickart said. “Then we will collect shipboard measurements in the Iceland Sea to the north of the mooring line to determine more precisely where and how the NIJ originates.”

© WHOI
Buoyant spheres will hold moorings upright in the Jet during the upcoming expedition.

Dutchsinse Weighs in on TerralO3, Elenin and the issue over moving into the Ozark caves


After a great deal of research on my own as to where to go to ride out the changes about to unfold, I wholeheartedly agree with Dutch’s assessment. In a worse case scenario, there will be no place to hide. This event will affect the entire planet, outside of Canada, the only safe place on the mainland of the U.S. is in the area of the Rockie Mountains.

Most of the water Dutch pointed out in the Mississippi area will actually be coming from the Great Lakes and moving southward.  Cayce said the Great lakes would empty into the Gulf of Mexico. So it appears that anywhere west of the Kansas border would be very risky, especially considering liquefaction. The reason I chose Hawaii is because it lies on the earths energy grid and is considered sacred land, as long as I stay high and away from volcano’s and the beach’s I should be ok on the big island.

From: dutchsinse  | Jul 4, 2011  | 301 views
summed up in 3 words…

“don’t do it”.
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here is the site in question:
http://2012forum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=45&t=24176…
here is the timeline in question:
http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c266/Terral03/ELEThreat…
here is the modified edgar cayce / gordon michael scallion map:
http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c266/Terral03/ELESafeZo…

here is the original edgar cayce / gordon michael scallion map:
http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a198/davenslice/EdgarCa…

Experts warn epic weather ravaging US could worsen


Mira Oberman
Agence France-Presse
Wed, 29 Jun 2011 20:06 CDT
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Smoke rises around the Lee Valley Recreational area in the Apache National Forest during back burn operations as the Wallow Fire continues to burn in Big Lake, Arizona on June 12. Epic floods, massive wildfires, drought and the deadliest tornado season in 60 years are ravaging the United States, with scientists warning that climate change will bring even more extreme weather.
Epic floods, massive wildfires, drought and the deadliest tornado season in 60 years are ravaging the United States, with scientists warning that climate change will bring even more extreme weather.

The human and economic toll over just the past few months has been staggering: hundreds of people have died, and thousands of homes and millions of acres have been lost at a cost estimated at more than $20 billion.

And the United States has not even entered peak hurricane season.

“This spring was one of the most extreme springs that we’ve seen in the last century since we’ve had good records,” said Deke Arndt, chief of climate monitoring for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

While it’s not possible to tie a specific weather event or pattern to climate change, Arndt said this spring’s extreme weather is in line with what is forecast for the future.

“In general, but not everywhere, it is expected that the wetter places will get wetter and the drier places will tend to see more prolonged dry periods,” he told AFP.

“We are seeing an increase in the amount (of rain and snow) that comes at once, and the ramifications are that it’s a lot more water to deal with at a time, so you see things like flooding.”

More than 6.8 million acres in the central United States have been swamped after record spring rainfall overwhelmed rivers already swollen from the melting of a heavy winter snow pack.

Some levees burst under the pressure as the mighty Mississippi River swelled to more than three miles (nearly five kilometers) in width. Others were intentionally breached in order to ease pressure and protect cities downstream.

The latest flooding along the Missouri River has forced mass evacuations and threatened to inundate two nuclear power plants in Nebraska.

Meanwhile, the southern United States is dealing with one of the most extreme droughts since the dust bowl of the 1930s, and the dry conditions have led to massive and uncontrollable wildfires.

More than 4.7 million acres have been burned in some 32,000 separate fires so far this year, which is more than twice the annual average over the past decade, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.

Texas, Arizona and New Mexico have lost the most land, and one fire even spread to the grounds of the top US nuclear research lab on Monday.

As with the plants in Nebraska, officials said the nuclear material stored inside is safe and that no contaminants have been released.

While most people have been able to escape the slow-moving floodwaters and wildfires unharmed, the spring’s violent storms have unleashed scenes of apocalyptic destruction.

Tornadoes have killed 542 people so far this year, making 2011 the deadliest tornado season since 1936 and the fourth worst on record, according to the National Weather Service.

Two bad days accounted for nearly all the deaths: an outbreak of dozens of tornadoes that killed 314 people in five southern states on April 27, and a nearly mile-wide twister that cut a six-mile (nearly 10 kilometer) swath of destruction through Joplin, Missouri on May 22, killing 146 people.

Climate change could bring less tornadoes, because while a warmer atmosphere will absorb more precipitation, causing more storms, it could also reduce the wind shear that builds storm intensity when cold and warm fronts collide.

However, the intensity of future droughts, heat waves, storms and floods is expected to rise drastically if greenhouse gas emissions don’t stabilize soon, said Michael Mann, a scientist at Penn State University.

“Even a couple degree warming can make a 100-year event a three-year event,” Mann, the head of the university’s earth systems science center, told AFP.

“It has to do with the tail of the bell curve. When you move the bell curve, that area changes dramatically.”

More extreme weather is expected in the coming months, said Jon Gottschalck, head of forecast operations at NOAA’s climate prediction center.

“We’re expecting warmer than normal conditions to continue across much of the south. The drought is probably going to continue in many areas,” he said.

“We also expect wetter than normal conditions to continue for the next season or two in the northern Rockies…and an active hurricane season.”

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Dutchsinse Global Earthquake Update and Overview


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Earthquake 3D program : *free for download at CNET*:
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Strange Call on Coast to Coast, Retired Military Bugging out, Hoarding Deydrated Foods?!


This call is making it’s rounds on YouTube, never know what to make of these calls. Is he for real, is he a paid shill planting disinformation or  fear mongering? Regardless, it can not be denied that there are more and more people leaving for so called “safe” zones. Remember the guy from Boeing a couple years ago who said he was resigning and moving to the mountains with his family, because  he knew what was coming? Heck, I moved from Los Angeles to outside of Hilo, Hawaii to get away from whatever was coming down on the mainland – I just didn’t feel safe there in the long run, that survival there may get very difficult when everything unravels.

Isn’t it interesting how these guys, like the retired military guy never divulge what they’re running from or where they’re running to? Although earlier I was reading some prophecy’s and many of them talk about the east coast being inundated by water from a large asteroid hit or a land mass arising from the floor of the Atlantic.

Sounds like a lot of fear based stuff, remember be prepared – not scared. Because having the right information may ultimately be the key to our survival.

Are You Ready for More? A world of climate change, where freak storms are the new normal


Newsweek’s Sharon Begley on why we’re unprepared for the harrowing future, and how adapting to the inevitable might be our only option.

Joplin, Missouri, was prepared. The tornado warning system gave residents 24 minutes’ notice that a twister was bearing down on them. Doctors and nurses at St. John’s Regional Medical Center, who had practiced tornado drills for years, moved fast, getting patients away from windows, closing blinds, and activating emergency generators. And yet more than 130 people died in Joplin, including four people at St. John’s, where the tornado sucked up the roof and left the building in ruins, like much of the shattered city.

Gallery: Freak Weather

Article - Begley Freak Weather GALLERY LAUNCH

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Even those who deny the existence of global climate change are having trouble dismissing the evidence of the last year. In the U.S. alone, nearly 1,000 tornadoes have ripped across the heartland, killing more than 500 people and inflicting $9 billion in damage. The Midwest suffered the wettest April in 116 years, forcing the Mississippi to flood thousands of square miles, even as drought-plagued Texas suffered the driest month in a century. Worldwide, the litany of weather’s extremes has reached biblical proportions. The 2010 heat wave in Russia killed an estimated 15,000 people. Floods in Australia and Pakistan killed 2,000 and left large swaths of each country under water. A months-long drought in China has devastated millions of acres of farmland. And the temperature keeps rising: 2010 was the hottest year on earth since weather records began.

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http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2011-05-29/global-climate-change-freak-storms-are-the-new-normal/?cid=hp:beastoriginalsL8#