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Earth in crisis: Is the planet on the verge of a ‘meltdown’?

Posted on January 5, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

January 5, 2013 - PLANET – Conditions on the planet continue to deteriorate, particularly in respect to more pronounced climate extremes seen across hemispheres, and the number of volcanoes that are now continuously erupting. The planet is undergoing dynamic change, whereby we’re seeing early evidence that the physical dynamics of the planet is moving towards a spectrum of greater instability. This is happening, as the planet’s magnetic field continues to abate in strength. This is suggestive that we’ve passed the rubicon in this internal process of a geological shift that has been brought on by an anomalistic fluctuation of thermal gradient in the planet’s outer core. Consequently, change is now uniform, and these Earthchanges can now generate events which will affect the entire planet. We had a 4.6 magnitude earthquake in Falcon, Venezuela on January 4, 2013 and that earthquake was immediately followed by a 4.3 earthquake in the Ceram Sea and a 4.9 in Halmahera, Indonesia. Both points on the globe are on exact opposite ends of the planet. We call it an antipodal tangent. On January 5, we had a 5.1 magnitude earthquake on the Mid-Indian Ridge and that was followed approximately 4.5 hours later by an earthquake near the antipodal point of the Cascadian fault with a 7.5 magnitude earthquake in southeastern Alaska. What this means is the entire planet is now starting to resonate from this heightened state of seismicity. The Bible prophesized in Isaiah 24:20 there would come a time, in the very near future, where the Earth would be reeling to and fro or back and forth like a drunkard. This is a state of resonate seismicity resulting from the impact of very large cluster earthquakes or what we refer to in geology as an earthquake storm.

Breaking bad: In April of 2012, a leading earthquake scientist warned in the Croatian Times that the planet could be cracking up after a series of massive quakes in just 48 hours. Expert Gheorghe Marmureanu – from Romania’s National Institute of Earth Physics – says 39 quakes hit the globe within two days in April. The series started with two massive quakes in Indonesia measuring 8.6 and 8.2 on the Richter scale, rapidly followed by three more only slightly smaller in Mexico within hours. “There is no doubt that something is seriously wrong. There have been too many strong earthquakes,” said Marmureanu. He added: “The quakes are a surprise that cannot be easily explained by current scientific knowledge. With the Indonesian quake for example, statistically, there should be one big earthquake in this part of Asia every 500 years. However, since 2004, there were already three quakes with a magnitude of over 8, which is not normal.” In September of 2012, scientists said the Indo-Australian plate near Indonesia was in the early stages of breaking in pieces. 1



Moral degeneracy: And it’s not just a physical crisis the planet is suffering from. Civilization, as a whole, appears to be on the verge of unraveling. We saw the increase in violence, rise in ethnic strife, and moral degeneracy that plagued Rome before the empire began to unravel. A near endless bloody civil war continues in Syria that has claimed nearly 60,000 human lives. Economic hardships, high unemployment, austerity measures, and crushing debt loads plague many countries, including the world’s three largest economies: the U.S., China, and Japan. Mass shooting incidents appear to be on the rise in the U.S. Violence has become pandemic in many regions of the world from China to Brazil, even as gun sales continue to set records in the U.S. Just this week, a sergeant in Saudi Arabia’s Air Force was jailed in Las Vegas on charges that he pulled a boy into a hotel room and sexually assaulted him the morning of Sin City’s big New Year’s Eve fireworks extravaganza. Mazen Alotaibi, 23, faces charges including kidnapping, sexual assault with a minor and felony.2 Gang rapes and violence against women occur frequency across India, Afghanistan, and many regions of Africa, where women have very little or almost no rights in male-dominated societies. Some of the cases coming out of India speak of unmitigated horrors. The suffering of a university student and her male friend who were brutally attacked aboard a bus in India’s capital did not end after the woman was gang-raped and both were savagely beaten for 2 1/2 hours on December 16, 2012 in New Delhi. Dumped naked on a roadside, the pair encountered shocking apathy as passersby offered only cursory looks and police debated jurisdiction for 30 minutes before taking them to a hospital, where the man received no treatment as he sat without clothes on the floor for hours, the friend recounted in a television interview. If you think that was an isolated incident, consider the fact that 25 cases of assualt were reported across India during the week of the New Delhi incident.3 [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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Blistering heatwave grips Argentina: power outages, gas shortages reported from increased demand

Posted on January 5, 2013by The Extinction Protocol


January 5, 2013 – ARGENTINA – A blistering heat wave, power outages and a fuel shortage added up Tuesday to a second day of hellish conditions in Greater Buenos Aires, home to about a quarter of Argentina’s 40 million people. Amid a plethora of recommendations by the authorities on how to deal with the soaring temperatures, which on Tuesday were expected to reach 36 C (97 F), people took refuge in any shade they could find to get out of the blazing heat of the Argentine summer. The National Meteorological Service renewed this Tuesday a high alert for the Argentine capital and its surrounding areas due to the high temperatures, which created scenes the total opposite of those seen these days in snowbound Europe and the United States. “The city of Buenos Aires (with its 2.8 million inhabitants) has a summer average of 90 deaths per day but, for example, during the heat wave at the beginning of 2001 it went up to 250 deaths in a single day,” the weather service warned on its Web site. “Given that high temperatures will continue throughout the week, we ask the population to avoid as much as possible exposing themselves to sun rays and to drink a lot of water,” Argentine Health Minister Juan Manzur said, urging people to seek medical attention if they develop such symptoms as high fever, drowsiness, fainting or a racing pulse. Added to the suffocating heat, the climatic phenomenon La Niña has spread drought across vast areas of the Buenos Aires and La Pampa provinces, the richest agricultural region of a country that is one of the world’s top grain exporters. Sources in the farming sector believe that the lack of rain could continue until March, with the consequent loss of soybean and corn crops. The heat wave also set a “historic record” in consumption of electricity, according to the public utilities involved, to the point that in numerous Buenos Aires neighborhoods and urban districts there were power outages in the last few days that sparked bitter protests. The Association for the Defense of User and Consumer Rights warned that 40 percent of the customers of Edenor, Edesur and Edelap, the distributors of electric energy in Greater Buenos Aires, suffered blackouts or diminished power. But the utilities said there were only a few isolated cases of power outages in an area of some 600 square kilometers (230 square miles). Dozens of traffic lights in the capital were not working, so the city government asked drivers and pedestrians to use “extreme caution” in proceeding through the streets, which in many cases were blocked by the now-customary marches protesting any number of offenses and inconveniences. The sun blazed like molten metal on downtown Buenos Aires, where the starting point was being prepared for the Dakar rally scheduled for Saturday, while pickets of the poor and unemployed blocked one of the expressways into the city. Automobile traffic also appeared threatened by the fuel shortage, reflected in long lines of cars at the gasoline pumps. “There’s no gas anywhere. If I don’t fill up now I can’t work today,” a taxi driver lamented on a local radio station, saying that he was out “hunting” for gasoline. The fuel shortage is due to the increased demand of consumers traveling to other parts of the country to spend the year-end holidays and summer vacations, as well as the ordinary delays in distribution due to the Christmas festivities. –LAHT

Polar bear dies from heatstroke: The last remaining polar bear at Buenos Aires Zoo has died after overheating in soaring summer temperatures. ‘Winner,’ who was one of best loved attractions at the zoo, is believed to have been unable to control its body temperature in the extreme heat of the Argentinean summer and died of heatstroke. The animal, which was covered in heavy fur to cope with freezing conditions in its native Arctic habitat, was also believed to have been frightened by the noise from fireworks let off to celebrate Christmas Eve. The animals used to live in a pool but their cage was improved in 1993 when a 145,000-litre pool was built along with a site for birthing and three security rings. The zoo said in a statement that it had been visited by experts and met all international regulations to house polar bears. –Daily Mail [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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Pronounced climate extremes continue across hemispheres: Tasmania has hottest day on record

Posted on January 5, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

A wool shed goes up in flames near the Carlton River in Tasmania, where up to 80 buildings were destroyed. Picture: Richard Jupe Source: The Australian

January 5, 2013 – AUSTRALIA - Australia’s southern island of Tasmania has experienced its hottest day since records began, with the capital Hobart sweltering at 41.8 Celsius (107.2 Fahrenheit) on Friday. The Bureau of Meteorology said the temperature in Tasmania, where records have been kept since the early 1880s, beat the previous high of 40.8 Celsius set in January 1976. “There are only three or four (days) on record over 40 degrees so it’s quite rare,” said Melbourne-based Bureau of Meteorology duty forecaster Murray Keable. Southern Australia has been experiencing a heat-wave that has seen bushfires destroy several buildings in Tasmania, and the temperature rise to 45 Celsius in the South Australian capital of Adelaide. Further inland Wudinna, on the Eyre Peninsula, hit 48.2 Celsius and a string of other South Australian towns topped 47 Celsius. In Australia’s biggest city Sydney, thousands headed to beaches to escape the heat but the temperature was much milder, hitting a maximum of just 29 Celsius in the city centre. –Space Daily

Up in flames: In Tasmania, east of Hobart, fires destroyed as many as 65 buildings at Dunalley and 15 at Boomer Bay. There were also unconfirmed reports that one life had been lost. Fires burned out of control in Victoria and South Australia where temperatures were well above 40C and strong southwesterly winds worsened conditions. Tasmanian fire authorities were making comparisons to the conditions that led to the 2009 Black Saturday fires in Victoria that left 173 people dead, state fire chief Mike Brown declaring “we reached catastrophic fire danger ratings at times this afternoon.” Deputy Police ommissioner Scott Tilyard said a team of experts had been sent to Forcett, near Dunalley, last night to verify a report that a person had died. “We’ve got people flying into the area at the moment to do an assessment of the Dunalley township in particular,” Mr Tilyard said. “That particular township … has been the hardest hit this afternoon by the fire that started at orcett“We have a report of about 50 people on the waterfront at Boomer Bay who are quite safe – there’s a fair bit of smoke in the area so there’s obviously concerns in relation to potential smoke inhalation, and we’ve got plans in place to, if necessary, evacuate those people by boat.” The buildings destroyed in Dunalley, by a blaze started in nearby Forcett, include a primary school, petrol station and the RSL. Resident Peter Crocker told the ABC: “To my knowledge, I know of at least two houses between myself and Dunalley that have been lost and I know of a couple of houses at Copping that have been destroyed by fire. “We’re going to try and go back into the area and see what’s there and see if we can salvage anything out of it or put any fires out, if the house is not already gone.” Tasmanian fire authorities upgraded a warning for another fire near Bicheno on the island’s east coast where campers were being evacuated and residents encouraged to act on their bushfire plans or leave. Fires are also burning on the mid-north coast of NSW near Forster and in western parts of Queensland. Inland Australia can expect temperatures above 40C for the next week, a prolonged heat-wave that will leave southern Australia on high bushfire alert. Meteorologists are describing the blast of hot air as unusual, given the size of the area it is affecting. Birdsville, in Queensland’s far west, had a high of 47.3C while Hobart reached a record 41.8C – one degree hotter than the record set in 1976. But it was South Australia that bore the brunt, with the wheat-town of Wudinna on the Eyre Peninsula recording a high of 48.2C and 20 people admitted to hospital with heat-related illness. Port Augusta, Whyalla, Moomba and Tarcoola all experienced temperatures above 47C. –The Australian [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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Australia heatwave set to challenge record of 123 F in next few days. [link to ow.ly]
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So my friends what do you think? We are near a biger change or what? Weather extremes everywere...
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China having temperatures lowest in almost three decades.
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More than 100 dead as cold snap hits India

POLICE say more than 100 people have died of exposure as northern India deals with historically cold temperatures.

[link to www.theaustralian.com.au]
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ITS NIBOOBOO !!!!ahhh
baffle m with briliance,or startle m with stupidity. everbody outta the pool.
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More than 100 dead as cold snap hits India

POLICE say more than 100 people have died of exposure as northern India deals with historically cold temperatures.

[link to www.theaustralian.com.au]
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The extremes across the planet are impressive...
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yes soemthing is very wrong.

yesterday night 11(51 F) degrees celcius at midnight on january 5 th and very warm wind.

so I guess something is wrong.
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Updated: Friday, 04 January, 2013 at 04:41 UTC
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A "superheated" air mass flowing from the deserts of central Australia will push temperatures well above 40C across huge areas of Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and the Northern Territory into next week. The Bureau of Meteorology's Assistant Weather Service Director Alasdair Hainsworth said we can expect to see a change late on Friday with temporary relief on Saturday, before the heatwave continues next week. "Extreme heat events, such as this one, have wide ranging impacts across agricultural and horticultural sectors, infrastructure and transport, and not least human health and safety. Locations including Alice Springs, Adelaide, Renmark, Melbourne, Mildura, Echuca, Albury, Broken Hill and Wagga Wagga all have temperatures of 40 degrees or higher forecast for today. "Another concern is the amount of vegetation following two wet years, which has led to high fuel loads, that continue to dry out and raise concerns about increased bushfire risk.

Fast moving grassfires are of particular concern. "Increasing fire danger is anticipated in southeast Australia with hot and gusty northerly winds, followed by a southwesterly change late on Friday. "There will be some temporary relief from the heat on Saturday with this weak change, moving eastwards over the weekend."The next change is then expected to move through southern inland and coastal regions around Tuesday or Wednesday next week, but in other areas temperatures are expected to remain high, with a continuation of heatwave conditions well into next week.” Thousands of firefighters are on alert in Victoria as authorities brace for days of the most dangerous conditions since the Black Saturday bushfires, which killed 173 people in 2009. The temperature cracked 40C by noon in one part of the state with many more hovering on 39C, as the mercury climbed towards 44C in the northwest. Dartmoor, in the state’s west, was the first to reach 40C, and by 2.30pm it had rocketed to 43C with Mildura close behind at 42C and Nhill 41.9C. Melbourne reached 39.3C at 2.30pm with the temperature rising about 2C every hour. Melburnians are bracing for a blistering 41C, with strong winds expected across many parts of the state including northerly winds of 50km/h or stronger to hit the city.
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It's all true, and it's too late. DOOOOM is here.

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Updated: Thursday, 03 January, 2013 at 03:50 UTC
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Even as severe coldwave and foggy conditions led to drop in minimum temperatures to almost freezing level at several places in the state on Wednesday the chill claimed 15 more lives during the past 24 hours, taking the death toll this winter to 107. In the city, however, the day temperature rose to 20 degrees. The minimum temperature was five degrees. According to police, four people died in Muzaffarnagar due to cold, three in Mathura, two each in Agra, Bulandshahr, Etah and one each in Barabanki and Mirzapur. Muzaffarnagar was coldest in the state with 0.6 degrees celsius minimum temperature followed by Bareilly with 0.9 degrees celsius, Aligarh 1.2 degrees celsius, Najiabad 1.4 degrees celsius, Meerut 1.8 degrees celsius, Agra 2.4 degrees celsius and Moradabad 2.5 degrees celsius. Thick dense fog also led to drastic drop in maximum temperature during the day. Aligarh recorded maximum temperature 9.0 degrees celsius, which was 11 degrees below normal. The west UP were colder than central and east. While minimum temperatures in west UP dropped by 3-7 degrees below normal, maximum temperatures were 4-11 degrees below normal. In central and east UP, both maximum and minimum temperatures were 1-5 degrees below normal.
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yes soemthing is very wrong.

yesterday night 11(51 F) degrees celcius at midnight on january 5 th and very warm wind.

so I guess something is wrong.
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Yes i have friends living in Germany and they say everyone is sick and allergic with this unusual warm weather
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Looks like it's all changing yes but people will get used to it. The extremes will be the new normal. Unless there's a sudden ELE people will just learn to adapt to the more challenging environment and survive all gradual changes.


indy
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This is the endgame cycle of this planet...

A very rare one at a time galaxy event...
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More than 100 dead as cold snap hits India

POLICE say more than 100 people have died of exposure as northern India deals with historically cold temperatures.

[link to www.theaustralian.com.au]
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The extremes across the planet are impressive...
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It seems I'm hearing the words 'baffled' and 'unprecedented' by scientists worldwide almost weekly.
“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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Looks like it's all changing yes but people will get used to it. The extremes will be the new normal. Unless there's a sudden ELE people will just learn to adapt to the more challenging environment and survive all gradual changes.


indy
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Gradual changes - yes...

But, this is building up to the big event...
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Looks like it's all changing yes but people will get used to it. The extremes will be the new normal. Unless there's a sudden ELE people will just learn to adapt to the more challenging environment and survive all gradual changes.


indy
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Gradual changes - yes...

But, this is building up to the big event...
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I feel the same...
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Saturday, January 5, 2013When Will The Snow Come Back?
By Andrew at 1:07 PM
Snow has dropped off the radar for a while now, and questions are arising- when will the snow be back?

The problem is something called zonal flow. The term zonal flow refers to when the jet stream is displaced north and moves in a monotonous west-to-east line. This monotonous jet stream formation then stirs up above normal temperatures in the East and Central US, and commonly stays until a new pattern comes along. My weekly forecast for the next 7 days is shown above (see Week 1 and Week 2 explanations by clicking here), and I am expecting a zonal flow formation to set up during this time period. This comes as the Madden Julian Oscillation (MJO) moves into Phases 5-7, which are best known for being favorable for warm weather. So we can pretty much rule out the next 7 days for any snowstorms across the nation.

In Week 2, we see a significant change occur in the jet stream pattern. High pressure has formed in the Gulf of Alaska, leading to low pressure holding its ground in the West US and the Rocky Mountains. The jet stream accommodates this predicament by pulling the strongest upper level winds south, and then pushing them far north as high pressure builds across the East Coast. This is a good example of the negative phase of the Pacific North American (PNA) index. In the negative phase, low pressure builds over the West US and, as physics dictates, high pressure then forms in the East US to balance out the low pressure. The negative PNA pattern brings about cold weather in the West and warm weather in the East. This pattern is probably the most favorable for the Plains, and that is where I expect to see the next snowstorm.

I anticipate low pressure to enter the Southwest, eject into the Southern Plains and move northeast on a track known as a Great Lakes Cutter. This cutter gets its name for going through the Great Lakes region, hence Great Lakes Cutter. This system should move through Oklahoma to Wisconsin, giving snow to the Central Plains and Upper Midwest. Given the high moisture content of the storm system, heavy, flooding rains would be expected across the lower Midwest, Gulf Coast and Ohio Valley regions. I expect this storm to hit between the 11th and the 13th of January.

This negative PNA pattern continues for several days, with the trough responsible for below normal anomalies in the West beginning to slide east very slowly. When the trough breaks free, it should move northeast into Southern Canada, where a meeting with a piece of the polar vortex could be in order. A strong cold front could follow this trough, and that could very well be what kicks off the brutally-cold Late January into February. This would happen around the 20th of January.

So it's looking dry for the next week thanks to the infamous zonal flow pattern. A negative PNA pattern will then emerge in the wake of the zonal flow, and I expect heavy snow to hit the central Plains and Upper Midwest around the middle of the month, with flooding rains in the Lower Midwest and eastern Great Lakes into the Ohio Valley. Beyond that, things get unusually murky thanks to the incoming Arctic outbreak that will start in the West and bleed East.

Andrew [link to theweathercentre.blogspot.de]
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Posted 38 minutes ago

I have read that there are two further sudden stratos warmings to come and dates given are 17/18 and 31/1. Will be interesting to see how these dates fare.

BFTP [link to forum.netweather.tv]
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Looks like it's all changing yes but people will get used to it. The extremes will be the new normal. Unless there's a sudden ELE people will just learn to adapt to the more challenging environment and survive all gradual changes.


indy
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I don't think so. Keywords : our dependency on infrastructure, population, food scarcity.
Also keep in mind 200, 1000, 10.000 years ago when the climate went extreme and the scarcity occured countries had no WMDs.
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Matthew Hugo‏@MattHugo81

12z ECM ENS mean [link to www.wetterzentrale.de] … v 12z ECM Det model [link to www.wetterzentrale.de] … - Lot of similarities...
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earth has the fever.
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This will be the beginning
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Wake up people! You must read this and pay attention before it's to late..

Our magnetic field is changing rapidly and is currently producing some very strange anomalies around the globe, including this...

Thread: Water is flushing counter clockwise.

This appears to be a genuine phenomenon irrespective of what others are saying. As I only deal in facts I videoed this anomaly yesterday and it's real believe me! But today it seems to be back to normal, which of course should be clockwise in the Northern hemisphere!

I would also strongly recommend you keep an eye on this website which may give you a clue as to when things are about to start happening!

[link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov]

Click on "choose image" go to 17.45 yesterday 4th January then click "see new image" to see how the magnetic field went crazy causing yesterday's anomaly!

This is very real people not some BS that others are trying to feed you! Wake up! Now! before it's too late!!
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This is the DOOM, the extreme weather will only get worse.

:cdoom:
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This is the DOOM, the extreme weather will only get worse.

cdoom
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hiding
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Here's the ECM ENS mean 850mb temp anom chart for the 14th...Far from mild! [link to twitter.com]

11 minMatthew Hugo‏@MattHugo81

Stratospheric temps at 10hPa continuing to rise sharply as the #SSW continues to take place - [link to www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov] …
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Re: Earth in crisis: Is the planet on the verge of a ‘meltdown’?
still 12 degrees Celsius outside, snakes won't hibernate wich they usually do this time of year(grey vipers/cornsnakes)

i've seen 0 honeybee's this year

the wasps came late around oktober, and usually this is around june..

no raspberries on the branches in my garden too, the pears did alright

and then those 4 7+ EQ today, there's a buildup on that plate, and it's going


great thread Luis!, 5 stars
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Re: Earth in crisis: Is the planet on the verge of a ‘meltdown’?
still 12 degrees Celsius outside, snakes won't hibernate wich they usually do this time of year(grey vipers/cornsnakes)

i've seen 0 honeybee's this year

the wasps came late around oktober, and usually this is around june..

no raspberries on the branches in my garden too, the pears did alright

and then those 4 7+ EQ today, there's a buildup on that plate, and it's going


great thread Luis!, 5 stars
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