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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #376 on: November 30, 2017, 03:56:54 PM »

https://earthquaketrack.com/p/united-states/new-jersey/recent

obviously nothing new
Not really, just the first one I have heard about in a long time  ;D

and since it is relatively close to you it makes me wonder what you been up to

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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #377 on: November 30, 2017, 04:05:14 PM »


bwhahahahahahahah
hey do you call about 350 miles close?...

earth wise.. i've been mostly inside trying to figure out the "what the hell happened'  in my personal timeline

hands in the air..wasn't me..lol

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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #378 on: November 30, 2017, 04:30:16 PM »

bwhahahahahahahah
hey do you call about 350 miles close?...

close enough  :P a whole lot closer than I am  8)

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earth wise.. i've been mostly inside trying to figure out the "what the hell happened'  in my personal timeline
I am still running up on things that are as they shouldn't be, like a company I did business with for years that went bankrupt and closed their doors 17 years ago suddenly being back and doing well and upon inquiring, they never had any financial woes  :o
Also one that I bought parts from in the spring of 2016 that has apparently been closed down since 2012... ::)

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hands in the air..wasn't me..lol
unhuh, sure, that's what they all say  :P
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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #379 on: November 30, 2017, 09:00:25 PM »


yeah that time line thing is holding onto my attention in a big way
with more questions all the time cause no two folk have the same preception


https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/magnitude-44-quake-strikes-delaware-usgs/ar-BBFYPVW

Magnitude 4.1 quake strikes Delaware -USGS
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Nov 30 (Reuters) - A magnitude 4.1 quake struck Delaware on Thursday, in a rare seismological occurrence for the U.S. Northeast, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

The quake, previously reported at magnitude 5.1 and then at 4.4, was centered in the Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, according to a statement from the Delaware Emergency Management Agency. It was less than 10 miles (17 km) from the city of Dover and less than a mile (0.8 km) from Donas Landing.

There were no reports of injuries or damage, officials said.

The quake was downgraded to a magnitude 4.1 after data came in from several monitoring stations, U.S. Geological Survey geophysicist Rafael Abreu said by telephone.

It was felt in Philadelphia in the neighboring state of Pennsylvania, some 53 miles (85 km) from the epicenter.

The quake was shallow, only 5 miles (8 km) deep, which would have amplified its effect, and some people reported feeling light shaking in areas around New York City and Baltimore, according to the USGS website.

Many social media users also confirmed feeling the temblor and #earthquake had quickly risen to the top of trending topics on Twitter with more than 11,000 tweets mentioning the hashtag.


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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #380 on: December 01, 2017, 11:06:46 PM »


GSM Update 11/24/17
Popocatepetal Erupts - 3200 Phaethon Flyby - Antimatter Riddle Solved




GSM Update 11/25/17
Pink Auroras - Scotland Freeze - Texas Frack Quakes - Flooding

Published on Nov 25, 2017
November will end on a slightly warm note (relative to normal), and December begins with that same pattern: a zonal, west-to-east flow across the Lower 48 keeping the bitterly cold air locked up north for now. That lasts through about December 5th; then things start changing.

A deeper trough (big ‘dip’ southward) in the jet stream over the eastern United States develops after the 5th; there’s a good chance it stays around through Christmas, and that should make this December a fairly cold one around this part of the country!




GSM Update 11/26/17 - Popo & Agung Erupt
UK Freeze & Fireballs - Surviving The GSM In A Major City

Published on Nov 25, 2017
BRITS in the North have awoken to a snowy Saturday - with even more snow due in the next week.

It is Britain's record breaking fifth weekend in a row in sub-zero temperatures, with drivers battling icy roads and gales as wintry weather sweeps the nation.

Snow falls in Glasgow as freezing Polar blast gets set to grip country. Met Office meteorologist Mark Wilson said: "The forecast is a day of sunshine and wintry showers, mostly across the north and west. "In the north and west of Scotland, the showers will be wintry at times and over higher ground we are likely to see snow, although it could fall on lower ground as well. "It will be a cold and breezy day, feeling incredibly cold for November."

Bureau of Meteorology puts Australia on alert for a ‘rare’ form of La Nina: To back up its climate call, the Bureau released a graph that showed all eight of its meteorological models pointed to equatorial sea surface temperatures dropping to -0.8C below the average 1961 to 1991 levels — the Australian threshold for a La Nina. Seven of the eight models show a likely La Nina event, this is when sea temperatures remain across the threshold for at least three months. Australia could move into La Nina in December and stay there all summer until February.




GSM Update 11/27/17
Hudson Bay Record Ice - Agung Boom - New Zealand Quake - Humanure

Get used to life in the freezer! 'Significant snowfall' is forecast for Britain THIS WEEK as month-long -7C snap tightens its grip.
 
The Met Office warned of 'significant snowfall' in the north as temperatures around the UK continue to drop.
Could dip to -3C in sheltered spots, while health watchdogs have urged people to prepare for prolonged cold.

The Met Office said that Britain's -7C coldest nights of winter are possible on Wednesday and Thursday
Public Health England warned those at risk from cold to take precautions after thousands of deaths last year.




GSM Update 11/28/17
Agung Lahar - UK Chill - Frack Quakes - Little Ice Age Lessons

Britain faces a three week chill with temperatures set to drop to -12C, and experts warning the freeze could claim 40,000 lives.


Forecasters believe we're facing the coldest December since 2010's Big Freeze, which saw transport networks grind to a halt as snow caused chaos across the country.


Health chiefs have now issued a warning ahead of the prolonged cold spell, calling on the public to check on those who may be at risk.




GSM Update 11/29/2017
Agung Seismic Uptick - Toxic Parsnips - NASA Press Release

Published on Nov 29, 2017
KARANGASEM, Indonesia (AP) — An erupting volcano with a deadly history on Indonesia's Bali, one of the world's most popular resort islands, has spread drifting ash 7,600 meters (4.7 miles) into the atmosphere and closed the island's international airport for a third day Wednesday.

Authorities have told 100,000 people to leave an area extending 10 kilometers (6 miles) from Mount Agung as it belches grey and white ash plumes, the low clouds hanging over the volcano at times hued red from the lava welling in the crater. The volcano's last major eruption in 1963 killed about 1,100 people, but it's unclear how bad the current eruption might get or how long it could last.

Officials extended the closure of Bali's international airport for another 24 hours due to concerns the thick volcanic ash could harm aircraft.

Airport spokesman Ari Ahsanurrohim said more than 440 flights were canceled Tuesday, affecting nearly 60,000 passengers, about the same as Monday. The closure was in effect until Thursday morning. Without aircraft, getting in or out of Bali requires traveling hours by land and taking a boat to another island, enduring choppy seas in Bali's rainy season.
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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #381 on: December 02, 2017, 12:04:38 AM »


GSM Update 11/30/17
Agung Update - New Crater Popo - Hawaii Snow - Saturn's Moon Cooling

SNOW IN HAWAII: MAUNA KEA COVERED IN UP TO 8 INCHES IN UNSEASONAL SNOWSTORM
Hawaii has experienced an unseasonal snowstorm, covering the top of Mauna Kea, the tallest volcanic mountain on the islands, with up to 8 inches of white snow. Although snow on the Hawaiian mountains is not as uncommon as it sounds, the timing of the snowfall is earlier than meteorologists would expect.



This winter could be the coldest in Scotland since records began.
 With temperatures plunging, bookmakers have cut the odds on a record-breaking cold snap.


Lows of -12C are predicted within the next few weeks, with snow also on the cards. Scotland will
be colder than the Arctic Circle, leading transport providers and local authorities to gear up for a big freeze.




GSM Update 12/1/17
Agung 1963 Eruption - Australia Warning - Solar Update - Global Deluge Much
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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #382 on: January 08, 2018, 02:20:03 PM »


pretty good for a chinese hoax, huh ?


2017 Shatters Records With $306 Billion In Damages From Climate-Linked Disasters
Sixteen $1 billion-plus weather- and climate-related events killed at least 362 people.


By Alexander C. Kaufman
01/08/2018 02:41 pm ET

the headline is enough for me but the entire article is here
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/2017-natural-disasters_us_5a53b1aee4b01e1a4b183b9d?ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009

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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #383 on: January 27, 2018, 08:56:02 AM »


south africa is rationing water and talking about day zero when there is no more
https://www.cnn.com/2018/01/24/africa/cape-town-water-crisis-trnd/index.html
and here is another  story about water...
it will be ans is worth more than gold


https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/an-oil-spill-off-chinas-coast-is-the-worlds-biggest-since-deepwater-horizon-%E2%80%94-and-it-more-than-tripled-in-size-over-the-weekend/ss-AAv2vh0?li=BBnbfcL

An oil spill off China's coast is the world's biggest since Deepwater Horizon — and it more than tripled in size over the weekend
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An oil spill off the coast of China is now the world's largest since the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which spilled millions of gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.

A 900-foot Iranian oil tanker called the Sanchiwas carrying over 122,000 tons of condensate - a refined form of ultra-light crude oil - when it collided with a Chinese cargo ship earlier this month. The crash caused the tanker to explode into flames, killing all 32 crew members aboard the ship and dumping millions of gallons of oil into the East China Sea. The tanker slipped beneath the waves on Sunday, eight days after the collision.

China's State Oceanic Administration said in a statement that the oil spill more than tripled in size over the weekend. There are currently more than three oil slicks with a surface area of approximately 332 square kilometers, or 128 miles. That's up from 101 square kilometers (38 square miles) on Wednesday. It's still not clear how large the spill will become, as much of the oil may have burned up in the initial collision.

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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #384 on: February 26, 2018, 08:59:33 PM »

how long can you tread water?    yikes





https://www.msn.com/en-us/weather/topstories/north-pole-surges-above-freezing-in-the-dead-of-winter-stunning-scientists/ar-BBJCSJu?li=BBnb7Kz

North Pole surges above freezing in the dead of winter, stunning scientists
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GFS model analysis of temperatures (in Celsius) Sunday over the Arctic. The temperature is above freezing at the North Pole.
2/3 SLIDES © University of Maine Climate Re-analyzer

The sun won’t rise at the North Pole until March 20, and it’s normally close to the coldest time of year, but an extraordinary and possibly historic thaw swelled over the tip of the planet this weekend. Analyses show that the temperature warmed to the melting point as an enormous storm pumped an intense pulse of heat through the Greenland Sea.


Temperatures may have soared as high as 35 degrees Fahrenheit (2 degrees Celsius) at the pole, according to the U.S. Global Forecast System model. While there are no direct measurements of temperature there, Zack Labe, a climate scientist working on his PhD at the University of California at Irvine, confirmed that several independent analyses showed “it was very close to freezing,” which is more than 50 degrees (30 degrees Celsius) above normal.

The warm intrusion penetrated right through the heart of the Central Arctic, Labe said. The temperature averaged for the entire region north of 80 degrees latitude spiked to its highest level ever recorded in February. The average temperature was more than 36 degrees (20 degrees Celsius) above normal. “No other warm intrusions were very close to this,” Labe said in an interview, describing a data set maintained by the Danish Meteorological Institute that dates back to 1958. “I was taken by surprise how expansive this warm intrusion was.”

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Such extreme warm intrusions in the Arctic, once rare, are becoming more routine, research has shown. A study published last July found that since 1980, these events are becoming more frequent, longer-lasting and more intense.

“Previously this was not common,” said lead author of the study Robert Graham, from the Norwegian Polar Institute, in an email. “It happened in four years between 1980-2010, but has now occurred in four out of the last five winters.”

Graham explained that these warming events are related to the decline of winter sea ice in the Arctic, noting that January’s ice extent was the lowest on record. “As the sea ice is melting and thinning, it is becoming more vulnerable to these winter storms,” he explained. “The thinner ice drifts more quickly and can break up into smaller pieces. The strong winds from the south can push the ice further north into the Central Arctic, exposing the open water and releasing heat to the atmosphere from the ocean.”

Scientists were shocked in recent days to discover open water north of Greenland, an area normally covered by old, very thick ice. “This has me more worried than the warm temps in the Arctic right now,” tweeted Mike MacFerrin, an ice sheet specialist at the University of Colorado.

Such warm water is appearing to have an effect on air temperatures. At the north tip of Greenland, about 400 miles to the south of the North Pole, the weather station Cape Morris Jesup has logged a record-crushing 61 hours above freezing so far this calendar year. The previous record, dating to 1980, was 16 hours through the end of April in 2011, according to Robert Rohde, a physicist at Berkeley Earth, a nonprofit that conducts temperature analysis. At one point, the temperature was as high as 43 degrees (6.1 degrees Celsius).

Kent Moore, a professor of atmospheric physics at the University of Toronto, who published a study in 2016 linking the loss of sea ice to these warm events in the Arctic, said a number of factors may have contributed to the latest warming episode.

For one, he said, recent storms have tracked more toward the North Pole through the Greenland Sea, drawing heat directly north from lower latitudes, rather than through a more circuitous route over the Barents Sea. He also said ocean temperatures in the Greenland Sea are warmer than normal. “The warmth we’re seeing in the Greenland Sea is definitely enhancing the warm events we’re seeing,” Moore said. “I’m surprised how warm it is, but I am not sure why.”

The rise in Arctic temperatures is probably also tied to a sudden warming of the stratosphere, the atmospheric layer about 30,000 feet high — above where most weather happens — that occurred several weeks ago, Moore said.  Why these stratospheric warming events happen is poorly understood, as are their consequences. However, they tend to rearrange warm and cold air masses, and this latest one has also been linked not only to the Arctic warmth but also to the “Beast from the East” cold spell over Europe.

Moore stopped short of saying that the warm spikes observed in the Arctic in recent years are a sure sign that they are becoming a fixture of the winter Arctic climate; more data is needed, he cautioned.

Whether a blip or indicative of a new normal, scientists have uniformly expressed disbelief at the current Arctic temperatures and the state of the sea ice.

“This is a crazy winter,” said Alek Petty, a climate scientist at NASA, in an interview. “I don’t think we’re sensationalizing it.”

“It’s never been this extreme,” Ruth Mottram, a climate scientist at the Danish Meteorological Institute, told Reuters.



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« Reply #385 on: April 06, 2018, 09:06:36 AM »
  anyone thinking or believing that this earth is static is dreaming..


http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-43627673

Antarctica 'gives ground to the ocean'
By Jonathan Amos
BBC Science Correspondent
3 April 2018

beginning of article

Scientists now have their best view yet of where Antarctica is giving up ground to the ocean as some of its biggest glaciers are eaten away from below by warm water.

Researchers using Europe's Cryosat radar spacecraft have traced the movement of grounding lines around the continent.

These are the places where the fronts of glaciers that flow from the land into the ocean start to lift and float.

The new study reveals an area of seafloor the size of Greater London that was previously in contact with ice is now free of it.

The report, which covers the period from 2010 to 2016, is published in the journal Nature Geoscience.

"What we're able to do now with Cryosat is put the behaviour of retreating glaciers in a much wider context," said Dr Hannes Konrad from the University of Leeds, UK.

"Our method for monitoring grounding lines requires a lot of data but it means you could now basically build a permanent service to monitor the state of the edges of the continent," he told BBC News.

rest of article at link




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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #386 on: April 08, 2018, 08:38:43 AM »



well rte 30 in east pittsburgh has
dropped 30 feet and totally collapshed ...not far from where the first atom smasher was located ..history erased by the amount of rain we have gotten

hillsides that had 70+ yr old houses sliding away, have been news for the last few weeks

wild ride
if you are interested in seeing the pics check out the link

luckily no traffic was on the road because it had dropped about 4 feet and they had closed it the day before

the 30  apartment dwellers below were evacuated and with no bug out bags they are all  left with only the clothes on their backs




http://www.wtae.com/article/residents-being-evacuated-after-apartment-building-collapse-near-route-30/19709050


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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #387 on: April 09, 2018, 04:03:05 AM »
Here, in this EU country (Portugal), I haven't seen any rise in the price of vegetables.
That is because the EU has import tariffs on foods from outside the EU so we don't import many vegetables from outside the EU.  Food prices inside the EU are relatively stable.  OUtside the EU increasing demand and climate are causing rising prices I think.

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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #388 on: April 09, 2018, 02:51:40 PM »

how long can you tread water?    yikes


Complimentary FREE Chemistry Lesson :P

When water freezes it EXPANDS. Water is the ONLY substance that does this.

Ergo when the ice in the sea melts there will be no change in sea level.

You can do this at home  Take a glass of water with ice cubes  Fill it to the brin, the ice will float above the rim. Wait for it to melt... It will not over flow the glass The floating ice has already accounted for the displacement.

As the Arctic has no land mass beneath the ice there will be no sea level change

The bigger question is... WHY is the ANtarctic seeing record ever ice packs while the Arctic is thawing? How is this possible?

One way would be that ocean temperatures are higher. That would allow south pole freezing on land and still allow thawing in the Arctic

Watch the movie "The Day After Tomorrow" Yes it is exaggerated but the MECHANISM is correct 

Ice Age is coming soon :D

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Re: Worsening Weather, Earthquakes, Vortices, Volcanoes, CMEs ... What's Up?
« Reply #389 on: April 09, 2018, 05:19:43 PM »
The bigger question is... WHY is the ANtarctic seeing record ever ice packs while the Arctic is thawing? How is this possible?
That reminds me of what happens on Mars, as one of the polar ice caps is much bigger than the other.

 


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