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We're getting hit on all sides. Lets hope you guys don't get hit by a freak storm. I think these events will just become the norm for awhile. Have a good day EC!
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These events are worldwide. Thanks SIS!

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This was the ark storm I was talking about. They started emergency alert messages today for it. I hope major flooding doesn't activate any fault lines. Natural disasters of unprecedence. They are saying 70 to 80 mph winds for days,jeez this is going to be a west coast Sandy. I'm suprised they haven't named it to drop insurance coverage
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Dug out this article, Shad.

Floods linked to San Andreas quakes

Historical record underscores connections between reservoirs and seismic activity.


Geophysicists have linked historical earthquakes on the southern section of California's famed San Andreas fault to ancient floods from the nearby Colorado River...

[link to www.nature.com]
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Hey, guys! I haven't been on here for awhile, but I lurk all the time. Check out this climate map I found. I was hoping we would get some of that precip after Cali was done with it. Guess not.

[link to www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov]

Just slide your cursor over the sections on the top to see the maps. It's not looking good on the drought front for most of the country. Our local weather guys are down-playing it too.
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I hit post too fast...Happy "late" Birthday, Gabe!
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This was the ark storm I was talking about. They started emergency alert messages today for it. I hope major flooding doesn't activate any fault lines. Natural disasters of unprecedence. They are saying 70 to 80 mph winds for days,jeez this is going to be a west coast Sandy. I'm suprised they haven't named it to drop insurance coverage
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Dug out this article, Shad.

Floods linked to San Andreas quakes

Historical record underscores connections between reservoirs and seismic activity.


Geophysicists have linked historical earthquakes on the southern section of California's famed San Andreas fault to ancient floods from the nearby Colorado River...

[link to www.nature.com]
 Quoting: Earth Cries


Very nice.
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Happy Birthday Gabe


Hope to see you all on the other side of the sun.
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I hit post too fast...Happy "late" Birthday, Gabe!
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Howdy my friend,I've noticed you've been absent. I don't like the sound of more drought , but I've heard same areas for 2 more years,just not quite as bad.
“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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I hit post too fast...Happy "late" Birthday, Gabe!
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Howdy my friend,I've noticed you've been absent. I don't like the sound of more drought , but I've heard same areas for 2 more years,just not quite as bad.
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Hi, Shad. I've been around, just reading lately. Getting used to the "empty nest" and not liking it too much!LOL
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Magnitude: 3.8
DateTime: Tuesday November 27 2012, 19:06:21 UTC
Region: Albania
Depth: 10 km

Magnitude: 2.9
DateTime: Tuesday November 27 2012, 19:22:57 UTC
Region: Poland
Depth: 4 km

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Nin just passed this my way. Stan is almost as good as Gabe at flow direction. He's showing a quake watch for Cali, but the last update was yesterday,so will see whats up with the new one!

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We're getting hit on all sides. Lets hope you guys don't get hit by a freak storm. I think these events will just become the norm for awhile. Have a good day EC!
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Everyone is getting hit with storms on the coast on all sides. Not sure about the rest of the middle of the country but here in Colorado - zip, nothing, zero. No rain, no snow, highs in the 60's through to next week. Looks like the drought is going to return and even worse if this keeps up. There is talk about closing some of the ski runs in the mountains as there isn't any natural snow and the water table is too low to make snow.

Look what the average temps should be. And the snow later in the month of December - ignore it. They showed the same for the end of November also. Too far out to forecast.
[link to www.accuweather.com]

Forgot the national radar map
[link to www.intellicast.com]

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Hey, guys! I haven't been on here for awhile, but I lurk all the time. Check out this climate map I found. I was hoping we would get some of that precip after Cali was done with it. Guess not.

[link to www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov]

Just slide your cursor over the sections on the top to see the maps. It's not looking good on the drought front for most of the country. Our local weather guys are down-playing it too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


 Quoting: Earth Cries


We're getting hit on all sides. Lets hope you guys don't get hit by a freak storm. I think these events will just become the norm for awhile. Have a good day EC!
 Quoting: shadasonic


Everyone is getting hit with storms on the coast on all sides. Not sure about the rest of the middle of the country but here in Colorado - zip, nothing, zero. No rain, no snow, highs in the 60's through to next week. Looks like the drought is going to return and even worse if this keeps up. There is talk about closing some of the ski runs in the mountains as there isn't any natural snow and the water table is too low to make snow.

Look what the average temps should be. And the snow later in the month of December - ignore it. They showed the same for the end of November also. Too far out to forecast.
[link to www.accuweather.com]

Forgot the national radar map
[link to www.intellicast.com]
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Teach me not to read the whole thread before I post. Tex already mentioned the drought!
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Hey, guys! I haven't been on here for awhile, but I lurk all the time. Check out this climate map I found. I was hoping we would get some of that precip after Cali was done with it. Guess not.

[link to www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov]

Just slide your cursor over the sections on the top to see the maps. It's not looking good on the drought front for most of the country. Our local weather guys are down-playing it too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


 Quoting: Earth Cries


We're getting hit on all sides. Lets hope you guys don't get hit by a freak storm. I think these events will just become the norm for awhile. Have a good day EC!
 Quoting: shadasonic


Everyone is getting hit with storms on the coast on all sides. Not sure about the rest of the middle of the country but here in Colorado - zip, nothing, zero. No rain, no snow, highs in the 60's through to next week. Looks like the drought is going to return and even worse if this keeps up. There is talk about closing some of the ski runs in the mountains as there isn't any natural snow and the water table is too low to make snow.

Look what the average temps should be. And the snow later in the month of December - ignore it. They showed the same for the end of November also. Too far out to forecast.
[link to www.accuweather.com]

Forgot the national radar map
[link to www.intellicast.com]
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Teach me not to read the whole thread before I post. Tex already mentioned the drought!
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That's ok, WhiteAngel! I bought a new almanac for next year, because last year's was right on most of the time. This one won't be. Something shut down the El Nino. My daughter, the weathertard, and I have been talking about it and we can't find a good explanation. It just disappeared! It even has the weather guru's puzzled...so they say. I'm SO sick of dust!
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Hey, guys! I haven't been on here for awhile, but I lurk all the time. Check out this climate map I found. I was hoping we would get some of that precip after Cali was done with it. Guess not.

[link to www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov]

Just slide your cursor over the sections on the top to see the maps. It's not looking good on the drought front for most of the country. Our local weather guys are down-playing it too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


...


We're getting hit on all sides. Lets hope you guys don't get hit by a freak storm. I think these events will just become the norm for awhile. Have a good day EC!
 Quoting: shadasonic


Everyone is getting hit with storms on the coast on all sides. Not sure about the rest of the middle of the country but here in Colorado - zip, nothing, zero. No rain, no snow, highs in the 60's through to next week. Looks like the drought is going to return and even worse if this keeps up. There is talk about closing some of the ski runs in the mountains as there isn't any natural snow and the water table is too low to make snow.

Look what the average temps should be. And the snow later in the month of December - ignore it. They showed the same for the end of November also. Too far out to forecast.
[link to www.accuweather.com]

Forgot the national radar map
[link to www.intellicast.com]
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Teach me not to read the whole thread before I post. Tex already mentioned the drought!
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That's ok, WhiteAngel! I bought a new almanac for next year, because last year's was right on most of the time. This one won't be. Something shut down the El Nino. My daughter, the weathertard, and I have been talking about it and we can't find a good explanation. It just disappeared! It even has the weather guru's puzzled...so they say. I'm SO sick of dust!
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


My brother is in Austin and DH's father and brothers are in Dallas, both groups saying it is much better than last year and tons better than the year before that BUT west Texas is much drier than usual with wells that have been in place for generations just trying up.
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That's true. We're just west of Lubbock and, to quote a very wise woman I used to work with, "It's drier than a popcorn fart!". My daughter and her family lives in Mansfield and they've pretty much caught up. I think we're still just under 10" down for the year. I really don't like that forecast map. No precip. through Feb. Looks like we'll be importing hay again.
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Most of our mountain water actually goes to other states, mainly Cali., which at times ticks those in Colorado off when we are on water rations and Cali is watering their lush green lawns two times a day. Not sure where are all the water rights are but remember watching a show about the coming water wars and how several years of bad drought will send states back to the old west mentality over water shortages.

On a theory note; if the earth really has tilted as much as we are thinking, Colorado would be the new west Texas area and west Texas would be the new Mexico area. Both are known dry areas - and I like the "as dry as a popcorn fart" which would be fitting.
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Most of our mountain water actually goes to other states, mainly Cali., which at times ticks those in Colorado off when we are on water rations and Cali is watering their lush green lawns two times a day. Not sure where are all the water rights are but remember watching a show about the coming water wars and how several years of bad drought will send states back to the old west mentality over water shortages.

On a theory note; if the earth really has tilted as much as we are thinking, Colorado would be the new west Texas area and west Texas would be the new Mexico area. Both are known dry areas - and I like the "as dry as a popcorn fart" which would be fitting.
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I saw your maps. I was trying to picture where we would be. I wonder if anyone could do an overlay of the two. I've been searching ever since they put us in a different planting zone. We're still pretty warm, but it's not unheard of. Every few days, we get cold and then we warm back up again. I was typing and then I saw you said NEW Mexico! LOL You aren't the only one that should read first!! Oh crap! That REALLY isn't good! I need to get different seeds.
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Happy Birthday Gabe


Hope to see you all on the other side of the sun.
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Oh My Gosh Harmony, just a few months ago I had a dream that woke me. As I woke I was cheering with others because we had made it and were safe again!!!

The strange thing is, in my dream, we had traveled a vortex through the Sun!!!

Peace all.
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Most of our mountain water actually goes to other states, mainly Cali., which at times ticks those in Colorado off when we are on water rations and Cali is watering their lush green lawns two times a day. Not sure where are all the water rights are but remember watching a show about the coming water wars and how several years of bad drought will send states back to the old west mentality over water shortages.

On a theory note; if the earth really has tilted as much as we are thinking, Colorado would be the new west Texas area and west Texas would be the new Mexico area. Both are known dry areas - and I like the "as dry as a popcorn fart" which would be fitting.
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I saw your maps. I was trying to picture where we would be. I wonder if anyone could do an overlay of the two. I've been searching ever since they put us in a different planting zone. We're still pretty warm, but it's not unheard of. Every few days, we get cold and then we warm back up again. I was typing and then I saw you said NEW Mexico! LOL You aren't the only one that should read first!! Oh crap! That REALLY isn't good! I need to get different seeds.
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Not as the state of New Mexico, but as in the country Mexico, thus, the new Mexico. Like you said, we should be reading and then proof reading. Think what you would be like if you were in the area climate wise of Monterrey, Mexico, or maybe a little further south and of course more eastern though that would plop ya in the middle of the Gulf.
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Most of our mountain water actually goes to other states, mainly Cali., which at times ticks those in Colorado off when we are on water rations and Cali is watering their lush green lawns two times a day. Not sure where are all the water rights are but remember watching a show about the coming water wars and how several years of bad drought will send states back to the old west mentality over water shortages.

On a theory note; if the earth really has tilted as much as we are thinking, Colorado would be the new west Texas area and west Texas would be the new Mexico area. Both are known dry areas - and I like the "as dry as a popcorn fart" which would be fitting.
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I saw your maps. I was trying to picture where we would be. I wonder if anyone could do an overlay of the two. I've been searching ever since they put us in a different planting zone. We're still pretty warm, but it's not unheard of. Every few days, we get cold and then we warm back up again. I was typing and then I saw you said NEW Mexico! LOL You aren't the only one that should read first!! Oh crap! That REALLY isn't good! I need to get different seeds.
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Not as the state of New Mexico, but as in the country Mexico, thus, the new Mexico. Like you said, we should be reading and then proof reading. Think what you would be like if you were in the area climate wise of Monterrey, Mexico, or maybe a little further south and of course more eastern though that would plop ya in the middle of the Gulf.
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Thanks, that what I thought originally. I don't know if that's right, or maybe just not yet. Wouldn't we be warmer than we are? The dry part we've got, but our night time lows are too low, I think. We've been in the 20's and 30's mostly, then we go back to the 40's for lows. The high's are staying mostly in the 60's and 70's.
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Most of our mountain water actually goes to other states, mainly Cali., which at times ticks those in Colorado off when we are on water rations and Cali is watering their lush green lawns two times a day. Not sure where are all the water rights are but remember watching a show about the coming water wars and how several years of bad drought will send states back to the old west mentality over water shortages.

On a theory note; if the earth really has tilted as much as we are thinking, Colorado would be the new west Texas area and west Texas would be the new Mexico area. Both are known dry areas - and I like the "as dry as a popcorn fart" which would be fitting.
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I saw your maps. I was trying to picture where we would be. I wonder if anyone could do an overlay of the two. I've been searching ever since they put us in a different planting zone. We're still pretty warm, but it's not unheard of. Every few days, we get cold and then we warm back up again. I was typing and then I saw you said NEW Mexico! LOL You aren't the only one that should read first!! Oh crap! That REALLY isn't good! I need to get different seeds.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Not as the state of New Mexico, but as in the country Mexico, thus, the new Mexico. Like you said, we should be reading and then proof reading. Think what you would be like if you were in the area climate wise of Monterrey, Mexico, or maybe a little further south and of course more eastern though that would plop ya in the middle of the Gulf.
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Thanks, that what I thought originally. I don't know if that's right, or maybe just not yet. Wouldn't we be warmer than we are? The dry part we've got, but our night time lows are too low, I think. We've been in the 20's and 30's mostly, then we go back to the 40's for lows. The high's are staying mostly in the 60's and 70's.
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Think how cold it gets in a desert, that will point you in the right area.
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That's true. I missed the trees for the forest this time! Thanks.
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Something I thought of as I went back to sleep this morning (bad night - insomnia was horrid), if the pole is where that image is (re-posting below)and like a spinning top, we SNAP back but over compensate and actually end up where HAARP currently is, what would happen? It would take a large EQ or something in space to jerk us back, maybe something magnetically? I am not a scientist so sometimes things I come up with are NOT possible scratching


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