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Isis7

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A really cool website

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160 uses for coconut oil
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Ten Signs That You’re Awakening
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The Miracle of Lavender Oil: 25 Amazing Uses for Survival
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Whoaaaa! WTH!

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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Has enough minor EQ's happened that it moved the flow Gabe? Or is it still Chile?

I for one really appreciate the info you give on this!! My gut just tells me the expect a big quake and everyday it delays it will just be bigger. That is very un-scientific, lol
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timeout Hey now! Don't you go belittling or being dismissive of your instincts & intuitions Goofy Thumohyeahgrinning
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Im with RIB!
instinct is (in my experience as an ex-soldier) often more important than facts or figures....always go with your gut Angel!
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You guys are sweeties. Thanks for making me feel good about my instinct and spidey senses!!
“I can see how it might be possible for a man to look down upon the earth and be an atheist, but I cannot conceive how a man could look up into the heavens and say there is no God.”

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“I can see how it might be possible for a man to look down upon the earth and be an atheist, but I cannot conceive how a man could look up into the heavens and say there is no God.”

--Abraham Lincoln
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3.8
DateTime: 2013-08-29 06:20:18
Region: Nevada
Depth: 0
Source: USGS Feed

3.1
DateTime: 2013-08-29 06:20:38
Region: Nevada
Depth: 22.1
Source: USGS Feed

[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
“I can see how it might be possible for a man to look down upon the earth and be an atheist, but I cannot conceive how a man could look up into the heavens and say there is no God.”

--Abraham Lincoln
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Power Grid Down Drill To Be Conducted By US Government

Power grid vulnerabilities are finally garnering some attention by government officials.
An electrical grid joint drill simulation is being planned in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Thousands of utility workers, FBI agents, anti-terrorism experts, governmental agencies, and more than 150 private businesses are involved in the November power grid drill.
The downed power grid simulation will reportedly focus on both physical and cyber attacks. The antiquated electrical system in the United States has been one of the most neglected pieces of integral infrastructure.
The EMP Commission , created by Congress, released a report in 2008 calling for increased planning and testing, and a stockpiling of needed repair items.

The SHIELD Act, which is stalled in Congress, is the first serious piece of legislation in many years to attempt to address the vulnerabilities of the power grid in. Recently American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) report gave the power grid a “D+” when grading various pieces of infrastructure and public services in the United States.
The disaster drill is being described as a crisis practice unlike anything the real power grid has ever experienced. The GridEX II drill Nov. 13-14 will focus primarily on how governments will react if the electrical grid fails and, for instance, the food supply chain collapses.
American utility companies are responsible for running approximately 5,800 power plants and about 450,000 high-voltage transmission lines, controlled by various devices which have been put into place over the past decades. Some of the utility companies which oversee the power grid reportedly use “antique computer protocols” which are “probably” safe from cyber hackers,” The New York Times reported.
The Times said experts call the power grid the nation’s “glass jaw.” Even the military gets 99 percent of its power the same way everyday citizens get it – from commercially run companies.

“If an adversary lands a knockout blow, [experts] fear, it could black out vast areas of the continent for weeks; interrupt supplies of water, gasoline, diesel fuel and fresh food; shut down communications; and create disruptions of a scale that was only hinted at by Hurricane Sandy and the attacks of Sept. 11,” The Times said.
Former Federal Energy Regulatory Commission chairman Curt Hebert stated that if the nation fails at electricity, “we’re going to fail miserably” at everything else.
Hebert also noted that during prior power grid drills, the scenario assumed the system would be up and running again relatively quickly after an attack. This drill will assume it’s out much longer.
If the power grid fails, a lack of electricity and food delivery are only the first wave of troubles facing the American people. Police could face major problems with civil unrest. Of course, there also would not be any electric heating or cooling, which easily could lead to many deaths depending on the season.
A 2012 report by the National Academy of Science said terrorists could cripple the nation by damaging or destroying hard-to-replace components, some of which aren’t even made in the United States.
“Of particular concern are giant custom-built transformers that increase the voltage of electricity to levels suited for bulk transmission and then reduce voltage for distribution to customers,” The Times said in a summary of the report. “… Replacing them can take many months.”
Said Clark W. Gellings , a researcher at the Electric Power Research Institute, “I don’t think we pay quite enough attention to the technology fixes that would allow us to make the power system more resilient.”


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Think this is what Janet was hinting at yesterday? scratching
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hmmmm....when is Comet Ison due? Isn't it November?
Love & Light...
whiteangel

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Yes, ISON goes around the sun on November 28/29 depending on your time zone.
“I can see how it might be possible for a man to look down upon the earth and be an atheist, but I cannot conceive how a man could look up into the heavens and say there is no God.”

--Abraham Lincoln
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5.5
DateTime: 2013-08-29 08:52:26
Region: Fiji region
Depth: 649
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“I can see how it might be possible for a man to look down upon the earth and be an atheist, but I cannot conceive how a man could look up into the heavens and say there is no God.”

--Abraham Lincoln
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Colcord, Oklahoma, residents told to watch out for blood worms in water supply


By Jethro Mullen, CNN

August 29, 2013 -- Updated 1334 GMT (2134 HKT)

Blood worms -- small, red insect larvae -- have been appearing in water glasses and filters in the rural town.

Authorities have warned Colcord's 800 residents not to drink, cook with or brush their teeth with the worm-infested tap water.

Schools in the area have been closed since Tuesday as officials try to figure out where the bright-red creatures came from and how long it will take to get rid of them.

There are no known health effects from the worms, which range from about a quarter to a half inch in length. But local officials aren't taking any chances, hand-delivering letters to residents warning them to stick to bottled water for the time being.
full article- [link to edition.cnn.com]
Peace
"Luck is what happens when preparation meets Oppurtunity"-- Seneca (5BC-65AD)
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Scouting a Boulder Field
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Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 28, 2013

Opportunity is at the base of 'Solander Point' on the rim of Endeavour Crater. The rover is scouting a large boulder field.

[link to www.marsdaily.com]

Sea ice decline spurs the greening of the Arctic
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Fairbanks AL (SPX) Aug 26, 2013

Sea ice decline and warming trends are changing the vegetation in nearby arctic coastal areas, according to two University of Alaska Fairbanks scientists.

Uma Bhatt, an associate professor with UAF's Geophysical Institute, and Skip Walker, a professor at UAF's Institute of Arctic Biology, contributed to a recent review of research on the response of plants, marine life and animals to declining sea ice in the Arctic.

"Our thought was to see if sea ice decline contributed to greening of the tundra along the coastal areas," Bhatt said. "It's a relatively new idea."


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Colcord, Oklahoma, residents told to watch out for blood worms in water supply


By Jethro Mullen, CNN

August 29, 2013 -- Updated 1334 GMT (2134 HKT)

Blood worms -- small, red insect larvae -- have been appearing in water glasses and filters in the rural town.

Authorities have warned Colcord's 800 residents not to drink, cook with or brush their teeth with the worm-infested tap water.

Schools in the area have been closed since Tuesday as officials try to figure out where the bright-red creatures came from and how long it will take to get rid of them.

There are no known health effects from the worms, which range from about a quarter to a half inch in length. But local officials aren't taking any chances, hand-delivering letters to residents warning them to stick to bottled water for the time being.
full article- [link to edition.cnn.com]
Peace
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hi Morning All!
Just saw this! Wonder what's causing that?
Good Morning All!
grouphug
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Scientist warns magma chamber under Sakurajima is 90% full: a large lava eruption could be imminent
August 29, 2013 – JAPAN - It’s been erupting constantly for nearly 60 years, spewing out smoke and ash and sending shivers through the more than half a million people who live nearby. Japan’s Sakurajima volcano recently blasted 100,000 tons of ash more than five kilometers into the sky, reminding surrounding communities of its power and volatility. Volcanologists warn that the magma chamber beneath the mountain is about 90 per cent full, meaning that a large lava eruption cannot be ruled out. The ABC’s North Asia correspondent Mark Willacy traveled to Sakurajima in south-west Japan to see how people live with this rumbling giant. In legend, this belching giant was named for a beautiful goddess, the divine being venerated as the symbol of delicate earthly life. But Sakurajima is anything but delicate. It is the mother of all Japanese volcanoes. Sakurajima is one of the world’s most active volcanoes. Some years it belches into life or erupts over 1,000 times and this bad-tempered beast is just eight kilometers from the 600,000 residents of Kagoshima. And recently Sakurajima showered this city with 100,000 tons of ash, turning day into night and sending people scrambling for cover. Its 500th eruption of the year sent plumes more than five kilometres into the sky and reminded everyone here just how vulnerable they are to the vagaries of this volcano. But mostly, Sakurajima is just a daily inconvenience. Volcanologist Masato Iguchi has been studying Sakurajima for more than 30 years, and while he’s not worried just yet about another big eruption, he does warn that pressure underneath the volcano is rising. Volcanologist Masato Iguchi said, “The magma level deep within the volcano is back to about 90 per cent of what it was before the 1914 eruption so we do have to worry about a big eruption in the long-term.” And while we were on Sakurajima, the volcano rumbles into life again, spewing out more ash and giving the people who live here some more cleaning to do. Across the small stretch of sea, the people of Kagoshima go about their business. They can only hope the goddess of the volcano can keep her temper for a little while longer. –ABC

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[link to s1314.photobucket.com]

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Buoy in event mode
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100 Elk Found Dead North Of Las Vegas [VIDEO]
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[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

Earth facing filament eruption nearly two thirds the diameter of the sun lifted off around 5:13 UTC
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MEGA EARTH FACING FILAMENT ERUPTION August 29, 2013
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sorry for double and can't get above video to link? idk
got it


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"On August 28 at 07:27 UTC (2:27 AM local time in Alabama), all six NASA all-sky cameras in the southeast picked up a very bright fireball," he says. "Its peak magnitude was approximately -11, or six times brighter than the Last Quarter Moon. This may very well be the brightest event our network has observed in 5 years of operation."

"The cameras were completely saturated, necessitating a manual solution of the fireball's trajectory and orbit," he adds. Initial results indicate that the meteoroid massed 45 kg (roughly 0.3 to 0.4 meters in diameter) and hit the top of Earth's atmosphere traveling 23.7 km/s (53,000 mph).

Cooke is currently examining doppler radar records and other data to determine where the fall zone is located.
[link to spaceweather.com]
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Colcord, Oklahoma, residents told to watch out for blood worms in water supply


By Jethro Mullen, CNN

August 29, 2013 -- Updated 1334 GMT (2134 HKT)

Blood worms -- small, red insect larvae -- have been appearing in water glasses and filters in the rural town.

Authorities have warned Colcord's 800 residents not to drink, cook with or brush their teeth with the worm-infested tap water.

Schools in the area have been closed since Tuesday as officials try to figure out where the bright-red creatures came from and how long it will take to get rid of them.

There are no known health effects from the worms, which range from about a quarter to a half inch in length. But local officials aren't taking any chances, hand-delivering letters to residents warning them to stick to bottled water for the time being.
full article- [link to edition.cnn.com]
Peace
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eeewww...yuck!!
“My religion is nature. That’s what arouses those feelings of wonder and mysticism and gratitude in me.”
Oliver Sacks
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To Secret Upgrade Fairy~
I would again like to express my thanks for the upgrade. I know I am one of the quieter members of the family...but I check in daily and read avidly all yall have to write. I discovered last night my IP was banned. I'm not too savvy about the IP banning thing...and given my participation level it was a little baffling.
I wanted to say Thank you again for the upgrade though....as I would not be able to keep up without it!!
Moxie
“My religion is nature. That’s what arouses those feelings of wonder and mysticism and gratitude in me.”
Oliver Sacks
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Oh My!! I check on this nightly and havent seen one like it!!
“My religion is nature. That’s what arouses those feelings of wonder and mysticism and gratitude in me.”
Oliver Sacks
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[link to www.avo.alaska.edu]
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Oh My!! I check on this nightly and havent seen one like it!!
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Been showing these last 2 nights?
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Hey hi

Reading every post and appreciate everyone... just nothing new to add at this point....hfhf
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“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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Hey hi

Reading every post and appreciate everyone... just nothing new to add at this point....hfhf
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Is the flow still in my area? I feel awful! no energy, weak, ears going nuts just for starters... :(
Gabriel (OP)

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Hey hi

Reading every post and appreciate everyone... just nothing new to add at this point....hfhf
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Is the flow still in my area? I feel awful! no energy, weak, ears going nuts just for starters... :(
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No... its down in Chile
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Hey hi

Reading every post and appreciate everyone... just nothing new to add at this point....hfhf
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Is the flow still in my area? I feel awful! no energy, weak, ears going nuts just for starters... :(
 Quoting: AKObserver


No... its down in Chile
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TY well...it's not that then


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