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There have been no 6+ quakes in at least 8 days.
Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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With all the rain and snow that California is and will be getting, wonder if that will trip the EQ you were watching for Gabe? Seems like everything just died down, or at least for me it did.
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I don't know Angel..... i really thought Geologically we would have a lot more going on...(except for the LA sink hole).everything is kind of normal?.... Meteorological events are certainly living up to their billing though...

All goats are still in watch and wait mode..... pretty much have stopped man made tinkering.
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Why do I feel like this is the calm before the storm? hiding
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3D Inversion of EarthScope MT Data

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Published on Nov 28, 2012 by Iris Eno

Webinar Series: IRIS Core Programs
Date: 11/27/12

Speaker: Gary D. Egbert, Oregon State University
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Super-Giant Black Hole Discovered

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This animation depicts the orbit of a giant, super-massive black hole discovered in the compact galaxy NGC 1277. One second represents 22 million years of time in the simulation. Credit: NASA/ESA/Fabian/Remco C. E. van den Bosch of MPIA (animation)
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Thread: From TWC and the NY Times: Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown? Remember all those maps of our coastlines underwater?
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Update from ANF:

-27.8490 -66.4050 4.8 M 154.4 18:05:30 UTC Wednesday November 28th, 2012 Catamarca Province, Argentina, Andean South America QED y Show on map »
33.1903 -115.9830 2.0 ml 7.45 15:10:20 UTC Wednesday November 28th, 2012 Southern California, California - Nevada Region SCSN:11210370 y Show on map »
27.2610 143.2410 5.2 M 40.2 15:07:43 UTC Wednesday November 28th, 2012 Bonin Islands, Japan Region, Guam To Japan QED y Show on map »
34.0703 -117.2603 2.1 ml 14.08 12:12:29 UTC Wednesday November 28th, 2012 Southern California, California - Nevada Region SCSN:11210306 y Show on map »
12.6290 -88.3070 4.4 mb 34.9 07:00:38 UTC Wednesday November 28th, 2012 Off Coast Of Central America, Central America QED_weekly y Show on map »
12.5500 -88.3510 4.5 mb 42.5 06:46:36 UTC Wednesday November 28th, 2012 Off Coast Of Central America, Central America QED_weekly y Show on map »
12.5090 -88.2460 4.4 mb 35.4 05:43:24 UTC Wednesday November 28th, 2012 Off Coast Of Central America, Central America QED_weekly y Show on map »
12.5110 -88.3110 4.8 mb 40.2 05:28:25 UTC Wednesday November 28th, 2012 Off Coast Of Central America, Central America QED_weekly y Show on map »
15.5050 -92.4870 4.5 mb 152.4 04:31:29 UTC Wednesday November 28th, 2012 Mexico-Guatemala Border Region, Mexico - Guatemala Area QED_weekly y Show on map »
-4.5080 -76.0510 5.6 M 120 03:09:49 UTC Wednesday November 28th, 2012 Northern Peru, Andean South America
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This from the weather channel:
Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown?
[link to www.weather.com]

And from the NY Times:
What Could Disappear-

Maps show coastal and low-lying areas that would be permanently flooded, without engineered protection, in three levels of higher seas. Percentages are the portion of dry, habitable land within the city limits of places listed that would be permanently submerged.

[link to www.nytimes.com]
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2012 1127 A Change in the Weather

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This from the weather channel:
Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown?
[link to www.weather.com]

And from the NY Times:
What Could Disappear-

Maps show coastal and low-lying areas that would be permanently flooded, without engineered protection, in three levels of higher seas. Percentages are the portion of dry, habitable land within the city limits of places listed that would be permanently submerged.

[link to www.nytimes.com]
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Can some of you who are more knowledgable and informed on this matter, please comment?

I know this is not the global warming they are shoving down our throats. So what is it?
Are the sea levels rising or is it something else that they are trying to cover?
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I'm 3 meters above the flood zone...

[link to www.floodmap.net]

but that is really not much, guess I will be beach front property.

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This from the weather channel:
Could Rising Sea Levels Destroy Your Hometown?
[link to www.weather.com]

And from the NY Times:
What Could Disappear-

Maps show coastal and low-lying areas that would be permanently flooded, without engineered protection, in three levels of higher seas. Percentages are the portion of dry, habitable land within the city limits of places listed that would be permanently submerged.

[link to www.nytimes.com]
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Can some of you who are more knowledgable and informed on this matter, please comment?

I know this is not the global warming they are shoving down our throats. So what is it?
Are the sea levels rising or is it something else that they are trying to cover?
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I suppose this could have something to do with it...

Arctic sea ice larger than US melted this year
[link to seattletimes.com]
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Could it be that the sea levels are not rising...but instead, the continent is sinking? Is that possible?

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Could it be that the sea levels are not rising...but instead, the continent is sinking? Is that possible?
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I don't know, could all the ocean floor levels rising(buoys going off of late)cause this. I'm not sure how water dispersement works. Florida looks like its coast is going to maybe stay flooded?
“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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OMG, had no idea this was happening! Pretty crazy stuff!!!!!
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there was a thread about this a few days back...also happening up the east coast

the ocean is moving in, reclaiming land

they had said the east coast of the US would be hit the worst, as the ice of Greenland melts

but somehow "they" aren't saying a word to warn people or get them out of harms way...just kinda letting em figure it out for themselves

my Florida buddy who was retired navy, high level intelligence, was told several years ago to move from Florida (where he had happily retired) and the suggestion was the Ozarks region of Arkansas

He wasn't happy about it, but he moved...

guess he trusted the source

just sayin'
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I've heard alot of ex military are moving to southwestern Mo. and Arkansas.
“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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Could it be that the sea levels are not rising...but instead, the continent is sinking? Is that possible?
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I don't know, could all the ocean floor levels rising(buoys going off of late)cause this. I'm not sure how water dispersement works. Florida looks like its coast is going to maybe stay flooded?
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Oh yeah! I forgot about the buoys. Is there not some study or something on this?
If the ocean floor is rising, there has to be some evidence some where. Or some articles or videos?
And if the sea floor is rising, what would cause that?
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Could it be that the sea levels are not rising...but instead, the continent is sinking? Is that possible?
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I don't know, could all the ocean floor levels rising(buoys going off of late)cause this. I'm not sure how water dispersement works. Florida looks like its coast is going to maybe stay flooded?
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Oh yeah! I forgot about the buoys. Is there not some study or something on this?
If the ocean floor is rising, there has to be some evidence some where. Or some articles or videos?
And if the sea floor is rising, what would cause that?
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SO has been keeping track of the rise in the sea floor. There are those that believe the quickening of the polar shift is drawing water towards the east coast,as water is naturally drawn to the poles. If we had a pole shift or magnetic loss all the water from the poles would level out and put most of equatorial regions under
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OMG, had no idea this was happening! Pretty crazy stuff!!!!!
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there was a thread about this a few days back...also happening up the east coast

the ocean is moving in, reclaiming land

they had said the east coast of the US would be hit the worst, as the ice of Greenland melts

but somehow "they" aren't saying a word to warn people or get them out of harms way...just kinda letting em figure it out for themselves

my Florida buddy who was retired navy, high level intelligence, was told several years ago to move from Florida (where he had happily retired) and the suggestion was the Ozarks region of Arkansas

He wasn't happy about it, but he moved...

guess he trusted the source

just sayin'
 Quoting: IssueX


I have heard several stories similar to this.. I also heard someone verify that there was a major influx near the Ozarks area of retired Navy for over the last 30 years.

The Gov knows what's going on, certain people have been tipped off and have left in anticipation of this since long ago.

I live in Fort Lauderdale, and let me say this. PEOPLE are SO STUPID. I mean, how can you NOT TELL that when there are no storms around and the tide keeps coming in and eating away the beach, then the concrete wall, then the sidewalk, etc. that something is not severely wrong?

They can "blame" Sandy all they want - it's utter bullshit. Storms have made direct hits on many beaches without causing permanent problems such as this. There is no way that Hurricane Sandy caused so much erosion that the area will never be the same.

I drove down A1A Sunday and was amazed. No beach at all for about 1/4 mile and the rest of the beach was shrinking drastically. This doesn't "just happen"..

Next, it will consume the road. Then the homes.. This is it folks, the early signs that unexplainable earth changes are now visible to our very eyes. No need for a telescope, a science degree, or shitloads of data. The ocean is beginning to consume the coast. And, BTW, this is happening from West Palm Beach all the way down to Miami. It's serious shit and the only explanation is that there is no explanation.

I find it VERY hard to believe that people aren't questioning this and that they are not scared. It's as clear as day to me. The pace is picking up rapidly. Yes, it is scary.
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Interesting to read what people from there are saying
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I'm 3 meters above the flood zone...

[link to www.floodmap.net]

but that is really not much, guess I will be beach front property.

grouphug
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Yeah, I'm not so much beach front property as completely submerged. :/

This is an awesome thread...just what I was looking for!
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There have been no 6+ quakes in at least 8 days.
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Is there any n00b site that I could go to in order to learn more about this stuff (actually, that's why I joined here!!!). My hubby and I are newbie preppers and would love to understand all of this stuff.

thanks in advance.
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Hey Nika this is a pretty good read on the water rise.


[link to www.nature.com]
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Oh, my! Look at this sinkhole seismo.

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

And this one.

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
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[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Got a nice M flare in progress from 1620
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Oh, my! Look at this sinkhole seismo.

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

And this one.

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
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Good lord, theres something big going down
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[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Got a nice M flare in progress from 1620
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If theres a CME from this it'll be very geoeffective, we're already getting proton absorption from the flare


[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Like Angel said earlier we're at the 60 degree line with 1620, strong magnetic connection line

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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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There have been no 6+ quakes in at least 8 days.
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Is there any n00b site that I could go to in order to learn more about this stuff (actually, that's why I joined here!!!). My hubby and I are newbie preppers and would love to understand all of this stuff.

thanks in advance.
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Yay, a newbie! hi Aurora
Welcome
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There have been no 6+ quakes in at least 8 days.
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Is there any n00b site that I could go to in order to learn more about this stuff (actually, that's why I joined here!!!). My hubby and I are newbie preppers and would love to understand all of this stuff.

thanks in advance.
 Quoting: *Aurora*


You've come to a good place as we follow all current events. Follow along and ask questions, if theres anything in particular you would like to know about we can get you plenty of info!Welcome.
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Felt this way yesterday and even more so today, so it makes me wonder if any of you also are feeling this way:

Like whatever it was that was coming just vanished. Poof. Gone. Nothing. I honestly thought we would experience something major by last night.
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I thought things would ramp up also,but in a sense they still are,the sun is just coming to life after months of dormancy. More natural disasters worldwide than ever recorded,infrastructure of the planet slowly collapsing, etc.... I believe the big action will be between Dec 3rd and the 14th or a ramp up of energy. I've never thought we would get one crazy event and then we're done, but an accumulation of events that continue to rise. A very good friend of mine, colleague, so to speak believes events will continue and we are looking at years of problems.We will watch and hope for the best.hf


There are so many amazing theories about our uncharted future I just try to learn and discern. Its an amazing time to be alive.
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I excepted "it" by the end of this month and though it is only the 28th, just feels like it wasn't going to happen. For a year I have watched SoCa every time I log on, I check [link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com] for the quick visual to see if "it" happened. A 5.0+ makes my heart skip a beat before I can check the data as it is usually a big red circle there. Can't seem to break this habit though after the 15th of this year, I will do my best.

Last year in October dreamed of a calendar that was on the month of Dec with the 15th circled in thick red marker. I have one of those mom's calendars that have huge writing areas for the dates and it was that type of calendar also.
Dec 15th came and went as one of the most boring days around and it was then I quit paying much attention to my normal dreams, lol, nothing prophetic about them, though that wasn't true when I was a kid but that is a different story all together.

As for being other things going on....yes, totally agree! Earth changes are ramping up to the point it is now the normal and no one is even paying attention any more. Used to be on a forum where we were listing all the strange things happening to the animals/fish/birds of the world, there was so much I lost interest, honestly believing at the time it was all just normal.

This is the thing I think we are all suffering through. Think of this chart [link to www.solarham.net] the one on the right. We are use to all that activity in earth change form not just sun (we just had an M-flare by the way) so when it calms down a little, we feel like fish out of water.
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[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Got a nice M flare in progress from 1620
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If theres a CME from this it'll be very geoeffective, we're already getting proton absorption from the flare


[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Like Angel said earlier we're at the 60 degree line with 1620, strong magnetic connection line
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Its looking to be an LDE(long duration event), which usually means we'll see a decent CME from this,we watch and wait.
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There have been no 6+ quakes in at least 8 days.
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Is there any n00b site that I could go to in order to learn more about this stuff (actually, that's why I joined here!!!). My hubby and I are newbie preppers and would love to understand all of this stuff.

thanks in advance.
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Sent you a pm Aurora. Like I said in the pm, this is the most caring and helpful thread on the forum. Never ever be afraid to ask a question. We didn't start out knowing it all and in some areas I am still as dumb as a mud fence.
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There have been no 6+ quakes in at least 8 days.
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Is there any n00b site that I could go to in order to learn more about this stuff (actually, that's why I joined here!!!). My hubby and I are newbie preppers and would love to understand all of this stuff.

thanks in advance.
 Quoting: *Aurora*


Sent you a pm Aurora. Like I said in the pm, this is the most caring and helpful thread on the forum. Never ever be afraid to ask a question. We didn't start out knowing it all and in some areas I am still as dumb as a mud fence.
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This was so sweet of you, and I guess there is a limit on the karma so when it regens you will be the first!

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