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

 
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Damn, didn't spot that :)
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Incidents of elephant rampage on the rise in India

Posted on January 8, 2013by The Extinction Protocol


January 8, 2013 – INDIA – A man sustained fractures while standing crops of watermelon were damaged as a herd of elephants went on a rampage on the outskirts of Kamasumudra village near here on Wednesday. A herd of 32 jumbos from the Tamil Nadu forests is wrecking havoc by destroying crops in the nearby fields. The elephants are moving in two groups – one comprising 14 jumbos which have camped near Kamasamudra and another with 18 elephants is roaming at the Yaragol dam project site. The jumbos have entered Karnataka from Krishnagiri in Tamil Nadu and are moving on the natural elephant corridor. Availability of water and fodder all along the way is said to be facilitating their onward journey. The elephants which stray on this route usually return to V Kote via Kuppam. A calf is also part of the herd. Ansar, a resident of Bheemanaganahalli suffered fracture of chest bones after an elephant threw him with its trunk. He was admitted to RL Jalappa Hospital in Kolar. Officials from the Forest department visited forest areas in Yaragol. However, they have decided to wait for some time to gauge the further movement of the jumbos. –Deccan Herald



Wild dogs kill 4 in Mexico: MEXICO CITY – Wild dogs mauled and killed four people whose bodies were found over the past two weeks in a park on the edge of Mexico City, authorities said Monday. In one case, a teenage girl frantically called her sister with her cell phone to plead for help as the attack took place. Neighbors of the Cerro de la Estrella, a partly wooded, hilltop park surrounded by the city’s poor and populous Iztapalapa district, first found the bodies of a 26-year-old woman and a 1-year-old child in the area on Dec. 29, authorities in Mexico’s capital said. The woman, Shunashi Mendoza, was missing her left arm, and prosecutors said that both she and the boy had bled to death and been partially eaten. Then on Friday visitors to the same park found the bodies of a teenage couple who had also bled to death. “Experts have established that due to the gravity of the wounds, at least 10 dogs were involved in each attack,” Mexico City prosecutors said in a statement. In the second attack, Alejandra Ruiz, 15, and her boyfriend Samuel Martinez, 16, had gone to the park Friday afternoon. The girl called her sister Diana Ruiz at around 7 p.m. pleading for help. “Several dogs are attacking us, help me!” the girl screamed. The call then stopped. Ruiz told Milenio Television she thought her sister was joking and still doesn’t believe her sister was killed by dogs despite the call. “What kind of dog can tear the skin from your whole arm and leave just bone and if it was an attack dog why didn’t it attack her neck?” Ruiz asked. “What’s most shocking is that one of her breasts was mutilated.” She said she later visited the place of the attack and saw no pools of blood. “There needs to be a thorough investigation,” she added. –Yahoo News [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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Heatwave: Australia's new weather demands a new politics

Climate change clashes with the myth of a land where progress is limited only by the rate at which resources can be extracted

George Monbiot
guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 8 January 2013 20.00 GMT

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Australia is the world's largest exporter of coal – the most carbon intensive fossil fuel. It's also a profligate consumer. Australians now burn, on average, slightly more carbon per capita than the citizens of the United States, and more than twice as much as the people of the United Kingdom. Taking meaningful action on climate change would require a serious reassessment of the way life is lived there.

As James Hansen and colleagues showed in a paper published last year in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the occurrence of extremely hot events has risen by a factor of around 50 by comparison to the decades before 1980. Extreme summer heat, which afflicted between 0.1% and 0.2% of the world 40 years ago, now affects 10%. They warned that "an important change is the emergence of a category of summertime extremely hot outliers, more than three standard deviations (3σ) warmer than the climatology of the 1951–1980 base period". An extremely hot outlier is a good description of what is roasting Australia at the moment.
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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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Mayan calendar says it all hf
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2011 was the Year of Tornadoes...
2012 was the Year of Heat...

Let's see what 2013 turns out to be. [link to www.wunderground.com]
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2011 was the Year of Tornadoes...
2012 was the Year of Heat...

Let's see what 2013 turns out to be. [link to www.wunderground.com]
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2013 is the year of the comet.
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Flash Flood in Palestinian Territory on Wednesday, 09 January, 2013 at 09:39 (09:39 AM) UTC.

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A Palestinian official says the fiercest storm to hit the area in a decade has claimed the lives of two West Bank women who drowned after their car was caught in a flash flood unleashed by torrential rains. Nablus deputy governor Annan Atirah says the women abandoned their vehicle after it got stuck on a flooded road Tuesday. He says the bodies, apparently swept away by surging waters, were found Wednesday, and the car's driver was hospitalized in critical condition. In Gaza, civil defense spokesman Mohammed al-Haj Yousef said storms have cut electricity powering thousands of homes and rescuers were sent to evacuate dozens of people. Parts of Israel were bracing for snow a day after the military was forced to send helicopters and rubber dinghies to rescue stranded residents.
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Updated: Wednesday, 09 January, 2013 at 07:28 UTC
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The main road between the Jordanian capital and the northern city of Zarqa was closed as sections were swamped by up to a metre (three feet) of water, and flash floods overwhelmed Amman's drainage system, forcing the closure of most road tunnels and gridlocking traffic. At the Zaatari camp on the border with Syria, "refugees started to push each other as they ran towards aid workers. They hurled stones at each other and there was a stampede, which hurt some aid workers," Anmar Hmud, a government spokesman for refugee affairs. "At least one of the aid workers was taken to hospital," he added. The incident occurred as aid workers were helping some of the 62,000 Syrians sheltering in the camp, where two days of heavy rains have destroyed hundreds of tents. Jordan says it is hosting more than 290,000 Syrians who have fled the devastating conflict in its northern neighbour. Syria's met office predicted abundant rainfall for the next two days, as heavy rains and wind hit several parts of the country, and a buildup of snowfall in Damascus made some roads unusable, the interior ministry said.
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Updated: Wednesday, 09 January, 2013 at 09:43 UTC
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Australia's record-breaking heatwave has sent temperatures soaring, melting road tar and setting off hundreds of wildfires - as well as searing new colors onto weather maps. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology has added dark purple and magenta to its color-coded weather forecasting map to represent temperatures of 51 to 54 degrees Celsius (123.8 to 129.2 Fahrenheit), officials said. Temperatures on the map were previously capped at 50 degrees Celsius, represented by the color black. "In order to better understand what temperatures we might see ... we introduced two new colors," said Aaron Coutts-Smith, manager of climate services at the Bureau of Meteorology. Forecast models have predicted a large area of temperatures of over 50 for next Monday, he added. Australia's average maximum temperature has exceeded 39 degrees Celsius for a record-breaking seven consecutive days. The previous record of four consecutive days above that level was in 1973. The hottest temperature recorded on Monday was in the South Australian outback town of Oodnadatta, where the mercury topped out at a scorching 48.2 degrees Celsius - forcing the local petrol station to stop selling fuel after it started vaporizing.
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Updated: Wednesday, 09 January, 2013 at 11:23 UTC
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Israel is hit by its worst, week-long deluge in two decades, with torrential rain and high winds causing flooding in low-lying areas and injuries, damaging power lines and trees and disrupting traffic up and down the country as far south as normally sun-drenched Eilat. Blizzards have shut schools in northern and central regions and are heading towards Jerusalem as temperatures fall to zero. Much of flooding caused by rivers and normally dry wadis bursting their banks.
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Joe Bastardi‏@BigJoeBastardi

Texas Deluge now, major cold shot next week. Freeze to LRGV a real concern record highs se, but Europe..ouch! [link to twitter.com]
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South Africa yesterdal anomaly > -25 C
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The Bureau of Meteorology's interactive weather forecasting chart has added new colours – deep purple and pink – to extend its previous temperature range that had been capped at 50 degrees [C].
The range now extends to 54 degrees [C] – well above the all-time record temperature of 50.7 degrees [C] reached on January 2, 1960 at Oodnadatta Airport in South Australia – and, perhaps worringly, the forecast outlook is starting to deploy the new colours.

"The scale has just been increased today and I would anticipate it is because the forecast coming from the bureau's model is showing temperatures in excess of 50 degrees," David Jones, head of the bureau's climate monitoring and prediction unit, said.
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The Bureau of Meteorology's interactive weather forecasting chart has added new colours – deep purple and pink – to extend its previous temperature range that had been capped at 50 degrees [C].
The range now extends to 54 degrees [C] – well above the all-time record temperature of 50.7 degrees [C] reached on January 2, 1960 at Oodnadatta Airport in South Australia – and, perhaps worringly, the forecast outlook is starting to deploy the new colours.

"The scale has just been increased today and I would anticipate it is because the forecast coming from the bureau's model is showing temperatures in excess of 50 degrees," David Jones, head of the bureau's climate monitoring and prediction unit, said.
[link to www.smh.com.au]
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Really terrible
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The Bureau of Meteorology's interactive weather forecasting chart has added new colours – deep purple and pink – to extend its previous temperature range that had been capped at 50 degrees [C].
The range now extends to 54 degrees [C] – well above the all-time record temperature of 50.7 degrees [C] reached on January 2, 1960 at Oodnadatta Airport in South Australia – and, perhaps worringly, the forecast outlook is starting to deploy the new colours.

"The scale has just been increased today and I would anticipate it is because the forecast coming from the bureau's model is showing temperatures in excess of 50 degrees," David Jones, head of the bureau's climate monitoring and prediction unit, said.
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Weve only had one day in January with a high out of the 20's in slc Utah (today). Down to single digits at night. Extremely abnormal as the highs this time of year are usually around 35-40. Most days high has been 21 or 22. Dont remember the daily high staying in the 20's for this long. Look at the next 10 days.

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If that forecast holds true SLC will EASILY be on the way to the coldest January ever recorded.
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Weve only had one day in January with a high out of the 20's in slc Utah (today). Down to single digits at night. Extremely abnormal as the highs this time of year are usually around 35-40. Most days high has been 21 or 22. Dont remember the daily high staying in the 20's for this long. Look at the next 10 days.

[link to www.weather.com]

If that forecast holds true SLC will EASILY be on the way to the coldest January ever recorded.
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Monthly view shows the recorded highs so far this month

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Average january high is 37

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Oh, and this is following the warmest summer ever in Utah, and i know about 18 other states broke that same record last summer as well
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Extreme Weather in New Zealand on Wednesday, 09 January, 2013 at 21:20 (09:20 PM) UTC.

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A "mini-tornado" has hit Kaikoura, cutting power to a number of homes, as gales and heavy rain continue to lash the country. Police confirmed they were at the scene, on Beach Rd, after the "mini tornado" hit earlier this morning. No one was believed to have been injured but a house was understood to have lost its roof, police south communications shift manager Hemi Waratini said. Power was also out in many areas. Mainpower confirmed a number of power lines were down and linesmen were working to restore electricity to houses. Engineering network manager Peter Hurford said Beach Rd was the worst affected area. Meanwhile, wind continued to howl in Wellington and eastern areas this morning, with gusts in excess of 130kmh hammering the capital, while heavy rain was moving away from Southland toward the headwaters of Otago and the Canterbury lakes. Fire service shift manager Murray Dunbar said between 7.30am and 8am firefighters were called to secure roofs that were lifting in the Wellington suburbs of Karori and Kilbirnie.
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Snow Storm in Russia [Asia] on Wednesday, 09 January, 2013 at 21:22 (09:22 PM) UTC.

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Russian emergency workers continue to try to clear a main highway in the country’s restive Northern Caucacus region after two days of extremely heavy snow. Russian emergency workers trying to clear roads are using anti-aircraft guns to bring down potentially dangerous over-hanging snow on mountains in Russia’s southern region near Georgia. In two days, the equivalent of more than two months of snow fell in the region, causing an avalanche to cover the Transcaucasus Highway. Denis Ivanov works for Russia’s Emergency Ministry Search and Rescue Squad. He says power lines sustained minor damage and barracks were hit as well, but people were evacuated in time so there were no injuries. Russian Weather Service Avalanche Paramilitary Squad Commander Aslan Dzugaev says large changes in temperature have caused the avalanches. He says during the day it is up to six degrees Celsius and by the evening it can fall to as low as minus-16 degrees Celsius. He says this causes avalanches. Russian news agencies are reporting many tourists who went to the region for Russia’s holiday season have been trapped because the Transcaucasus highway is impassable.
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Extreme Weather in New Zealand on Wednesday, 09 January, 2013 at 21:20 (09:20 PM) UTC.

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A "mini-tornado" has hit Kaikoura, cutting power to a number of homes, as gales and heavy rain continue to lash the country. Police confirmed they were at the scene, on Beach Rd, after the "mini tornado" hit earlier this morning. No one was believed to have been injured but a house was understood to have lost its roof, police south communications shift manager Hemi Waratini said. Power was also out in many areas. Mainpower confirmed a number of power lines were down and linesmen were working to restore electricity to houses. Engineering network manager Peter Hurford said Beach Rd was the worst affected area. Meanwhile, wind continued to howl in Wellington and eastern areas this morning, with gusts in excess of 130kmh hammering the capital, while heavy rain was moving away from Southland toward the headwaters of Otago and the Canterbury lakes. Fire service shift manager Murray Dunbar said between 7.30am and 8am firefighters were called to secure roofs that were lifting in the Wellington suburbs of Karori and Kilbirnie.
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Dude, don't you have a fucking job?

Seriously....

Day after day posting fear-mongering title after title.

It must be exhausting.
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EXPRESS FRONT: Snow chaos to cripple Britain #skypapers [link to twitter.com]
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It's a bit of a melodramatic post OP IMO..

The planet has been on 'meltdown' for hundreds of years and will continue for a few more i'm sure...

Don't get yet knickers in a twist sweetie!

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Extreme Weather in New Zealand on Wednesday, 09 January, 2013 at 21:20 (09:20 PM) UTC.

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A "mini-tornado" has hit Kaikoura, cutting power to a number of homes, as gales and heavy rain continue to lash the country. Police confirmed they were at the scene, on Beach Rd, after the "mini tornado" hit earlier this morning. No one was believed to have been injured but a house was understood to have lost its roof, police south communications shift manager Hemi Waratini said. Power was also out in many areas. Mainpower confirmed a number of power lines were down and linesmen were working to restore electricity to houses. Engineering network manager Peter Hurford said Beach Rd was the worst affected area. Meanwhile, wind continued to howl in Wellington and eastern areas this morning, with gusts in excess of 130kmh hammering the capital, while heavy rain was moving away from Southland toward the headwaters of Otago and the Canterbury lakes. Fire service shift manager Murray Dunbar said between 7.30am and 8am firefighters were called to secure roofs that were lifting in the Wellington suburbs of Karori and Kilbirnie.
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Dude, don't you have a fucking job?

Seriously....

Day after day posting fear-mongering title after title.

It must be exhausting.
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I concur - this OP is often pinned and just splurrrrgin continuous fear-mongery...

Do you, by chance, happen to be paid for your imput op?
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no i'm not paid!
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SOLVED. Be the change you want to see. You'd be surprised how many people are actually waking up and progressing and not in the wasteful ,slash and burn only profit kind of way. Remember Energy cannot be created or destroyed. Money not = energy. It's just a medium of exchange. Energy = Real value.
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