collapse

Author Topic: weather  (Read 5896 times)

Offline Gigas

  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 1285
  • Gold 90
  • This can't be real
    • An obscure place from my mind
Re: weather
« Reply #15 on: July 10, 2013, 12:55:37 PM »
Weather is not man made manipulated. It is by the masters of this universe from the occult realm. To many unconditional/conditional events are occurring that don't make sense. The global condition in its entirety shows man alone could not enforce such chaos as it moves unimpeded across the globe.

Time to realize there's something else at work here, something not very friendly with humans, something that has no emotional value for life here as we see it. It plays with human consciousness as it laughs at how thick human thinking is and what fun it is to play with its toys.

There's an occult predator operating here with us that has dominion over the rules created by mans theory of how this strange land seems to work but mostly makes no sense when casually explained, yet, is blamed on mankind's technological longevity over the environment.

Weather, plane crashes, train crashes, car crashes, boat sinking, waves, wind, lightning and it goes on and on with no matter whatever the safety measures in place, continues to ravage the known time and space.
Everyone loves me, till they're sick of me

sky otter

  • Guest
Re: weather
« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2013, 02:56:56 PM »


sorry Gigas
i don't think there is anything occult about what is happening
the earth is evolving and we are in for the ride....

untill tossed off like fleas

 :o

Offline zorgon

  • Administrator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 19931
  • Gold 879
Re: weather
« Reply #17 on: July 10, 2013, 04:09:05 PM »
I am with Gigas...

SOMETHING is blocking us from projecting either via astral projection or remote viewing off Earth. I recall an experience that Undo told me about years ago that she had. I recall Ingo Swan telling us the same thing. I recall that remote viewer Dood sent out to the moon at Open Minds...

All three tell of feeling intense fear and being told to go back.

I think it is the D'Jinn.  I will do a thread and lay out why. My theory ties in everything to this so it is taking me a while to put in writing in a meaningful presentation (and yeah been putting it off because its a huge task and I don't want to toss out random stuff that will just confuse

sky otter

  • Guest
Re: weather
« Reply #18 on: July 10, 2013, 04:18:36 PM »
Z
i was speaking specifically and only about the weather not being occult
i think most of the weather is from the planet going thur changes

as far as being blocked..yeah i do agree on a personal level
i feel most dazes like we are in a big box

the tree and plant spirits have been gone..there is a lot of silence
there is a buzzing - like a busy signal

my thoughts on it at this particular point is that we are being blocked
so that we reach deep and change individually

i have a mental picture of the long armed guy laughing as he has his hand on the forehead of the smaller guy...not to do harm but to make him stop and think
but as usual that is my own opinionated wierd theory

so far as the one with a hand on their forehead.. i have just sat down...sigh

 ::)

so i will look forward to your theory
« Last Edit: July 10, 2013, 04:20:51 PM by sky otter »

Offline Gigas

  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 1285
  • Gold 90
  • This can't be real
    • An obscure place from my mind
Re: weather
« Reply #19 on: July 10, 2013, 04:33:43 PM »
The reality we see is a projected curtain and I have the eye to see beyond it. I can tell you about it but your mind will reject any explanation over what you comfortably accept as true reality.

THERE IS SOMETHING ELSE GOING ON HERE. I feel it, sense it at work, see it from time to time. It has confronted me when least expected and shown me its power of authority.

This weather we are subjected to is nothing more than it, playing with its toys, the human and all the manufactured life forms that seem to come and go. This power, hidden from most everyone's senses.

Mankind is being manipulated and from what I can see, not all people, are people. Some are synthetics manufactured from the Ethereal realm of darkness. I've been there, in the darkness where nothing is as it is here. No up, down, left, right. No time or distance or observable locality to judge the voids parameters based on this realms 4 dimensional construct.

I'm not kidding and have stories I can tell. I carry a heavy burden knowing what is out there and at times I sit and seriously think how can I get out of this. Its a trap and I remember things from the before.

Zorgon, I will be in your thread if you have the time to break it open.
Everyone loves me, till they're sick of me

sky otter

  • Guest
Re: weather
« Reply #20 on: July 10, 2013, 04:41:15 PM »


hey Gigas

start a thread by invite only..i'm interested in what you have to tell
i can even just read if that's what you need

we have to start talking to get anywhere....imo

Offline ArMaP

  • Administrator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 9996
  • Gold 751
Re: weather
« Reply #21 on: July 10, 2013, 05:14:08 PM »
Time to realize there's something else at work here, something not very friendly with humans, something that has no emotional value for life here as we see it.
That almost sounds like me. ;D

sky otter

  • Guest
Re: weather
« Reply #22 on: July 10, 2013, 05:17:31 PM »
 ;D

hahahahaha :D
 :D
ok ArMap.. gold for being a comedian...thanks for the chuckle ;D

Offline The Seeker

  • grouchy, old, but inquisitive...
  • Administrator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 2938
  • Gold 405
  • The one-armed Bandit
Re: weather
« Reply #23 on: July 10, 2013, 08:24:14 PM »
Gigas. Please go ahead we are waiting..


Seeker
Look closely: See clearly: Think deeply; and Choose wisely...
Trolls are crunchy and good with ketchup...
Seekers Domain

sky otter

  • Guest
Re: weather
« Reply #24 on: July 11, 2013, 07:21:01 PM »


i am not posting these in a gloom and doom scenario..but as an observation of the earth changes taking pace at record speed...
it a dynamic time that we live in


http://www.nbcnews.com/science/deep-oceans-warming-alarming-rate-6C10606562?ocid=msnhp&pos=6

oceans warming at an alarming rate
Larry O'Hanlon,  Discovery News Facebook
7 hours ago


British Antarctic Survey
A new re-analysis of data from the ocean depths suggests dramatic warming of the deep sea is under way because of anthropogenic climate change, scientists say. Despite mixed signals from warming ocean surface waters, a new re-analysis of data from the depths suggests dramatic warming of the deep sea is under way because of anthropogenic climate change. The scientists report that the deep seas are taking in more heat than expected, which is taking some of the warming off the Earth’s surface, but it will not do so forever.

"Some of the heat (from human-caused global warming) is going into melting sea ice and heating the surface, but the bulk is going into the oceans,” said climate researcher Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, a coauthor on a new research paper reporting on the deep ocean warming in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.


How Global Warming Will Change Your Life

The study involved the bringing together of a diverse suite of data, ranging from satellite measurements of the surface waters to ship observations at all depths, instruments mounted on elephant seals, ARGO profilers (a large collection of small, drifting-robotic probes deployed worldwide), and data-gathering instruments moored in place. The data include temperature, salinity, depth, and altimetry of the ocean surface, going back decades.

Piecing together different kinds of data from different times and sometimes from sparse data sets was the key challenge, Trenberth explains, but that is the specialty of his coauthors at the European Center for Medium Range Weather Forecasts in the U.K


“They have one of the most sophisticated data assimilation systems,” Trenberth said. That has allowed for a new view of not only how the deep sea is heating up, but how winds and El Niño events play into it all.

Winds blowing on the oceans can drive water into the deep ocean as well as cause upwelling of deep waters, which can release massive amounts of heat. The 1998 El Niño year, for instance, was the hottest on record because the oceans were releasing a lot of heat from the ocean into the atmosphere, Trenberth explained to DNews.

Think the Planet Isn't Warming? Check the Ocean: Analysis

The new re-analysis of ocean data is not the last word on what's happening in the deep seas, but the best estimate of what is happening.

“It's more than speculation and suggestion,” agrees climate scientist Gavin Schmidt of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, “and it's probably right to a reasonable degree. The fact of the matter is we'll never be able to get data from below 400 meters in the middle of the Pacific Ocean” because there is not enough money invested in ocean sensors to cover such places. “So we have to use physics to fill in the gaps.”

The bottom line, says Trenberth, is that the heat of global warming is going to different places. “So global warming is continuing even though it’s not always manifested as a strong surface temperature increase. It’s just manifesting itself in different ways.”

.......................................................

http://www.nbcnews.com/science/deep-oceans-warming-alarming-rate-6C10606562?ocid=msnhp&pos=6#iceberg-bigger-chicago-breaks-antarctica-glacier-6C10593679


Iceberg bigger than Chicago breaks off Antarctica glacier
Denise Chow,  LiveScience Facebook
 July 10, 2013 at 5:04 PM ET


DLR
On the left-hand side of this photo the newly formed iceberg that measures 720 square kilometers is visible. A massive iceberg, larger than the city of Chicago, broke off Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier on Monday and is now floating freely in the Amundsen Sea, according to a team of German scientists.


The newborn iceberg measures about 278 square miles (720 square kilometers), and was seen by TerraSAR-X, an earth-observing satellite operated by the German Space Agency (DLR). Scientists with NASA's Operation IceBridge first discovered a giant crack in the Pine Island Glacier in October 2011, as they were flying over and surveying the sprawling ice sheet.

At that time, the fissure spanned about 15 miles (24 kilometers) in length and 164 feet (50 meters) in width, according to researchers at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven, Germany. In May 2012, satellite images revealed a second rift had formed near the northern side of the first crack.

"As a result of these cracks, one giant iceberg broke away from the glacier tongue," Angelika Humbert, a glaciologist at the Alfred Wegener Institute, said in a statement. [Photo Gallery: Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier Cracks]

Humbert and her colleagues studied high resolution radar images taken by the TerraSAR-X satellite to track the changes in the two cracks, and to observe the processes behind glacier movements.


Angelika Humbert, Alfred Wegener Institute
A topographic map of Antarctica; the Pine Island Glacier is marked in red. "Using the images we have been able to follow how the larger crack on the Pine Island Glacier extended initially to a length of 28 kilometers (17 miles)," Nina Wilkens, one of the team researchers from the Alfred Wegener Institute, said in a statement. "Shortly before the 'birth' of the iceberg, the gap then widened bit by bit so that it measured around 540 meters (1,770 feet) at its widest point."


As the Pine Island Glacier retreats and flows out to sea, it develops and drops icebergs as part of a natural and cyclical process, Humbert said. But, the way the ice breaks, or "calves," is still somewhat mysterious.

"Glaciers are constantly in motion," she said. "They have their very own flow dynamics. Their ice is exposed to permanent tensions and the calving of icebergs is still largely unresearched."

The Pine Island Glacier ice shelf, the part of the glacier that extends out into the water, last produced large icebergs in 2001 and 2007.

The glacier is the longest and fastest-changing on the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. While Humbert and her colleagues did not draw direct connections between this week's calving event and climate change, other scientists, including marine geologists at the British Antarctic Survey, are investigating whether global warming is thinning Antarctica's ice sheets and speeding up the glacier's retreat.


Angelika Humbert, Alfred-Wegener-Institute
An aerial shot of Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier. On Monday, a huge piece of the glacier's ice shelf (the portion that floats on the water) broke off to form a new iceberg. Yet, the flow of the Pine Island Glacier may be driven by other factors, Humbert said. The glacier flows to the Amundsen Sea at a rate of about 2.5 miles (4 km) per year. She says whether the flow speeds up or slows down is based more on changing wind directions in the Amundsen Sea, and less by rising air temperatures.


"The wind now brings warm sea water beneath the shelf ice," Humbert said. "Over time, this process means that the shelf ice melts from below, primarily at the so-called grounding line, the critical transition to the land ice."

Still, if the glacier's flow speeds up, it could have serious consequences, the researchers said. The Pine Island Glacier currently acts as a plug, holding back part of the immense West Antarctic Ice Sheet whose melting ice contributes to rising sea levels.


Offline The Matrix Traveller

  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 3260
  • Gold 253
Re: weather
« Reply #25 on: July 11, 2013, 08:46:44 PM »
I understand there are 3 sources of energy.

1.     The sun
2.     Inside the Earth i.e. from the moons gravitational affects on the Earth especially below
        the earth's theoretical crust.
and
3.     Activity above the earths crust including what the human species pumps in direct heat energy
        from their living habits, such as transport power generation and heating as well as the affects
        of changing our atmosphere.

One of our main inputs to atmospheric temperature comes from the human species generating
so much extra "Energy" from inefficient technologies such as transport.

For example do you realise for every $ 100.00 worth of petrol we buy for our car $ 75.00 to $ 78.00
is just dumped in the form of heat into our atmosphere, and only $ 22.00 to $ 25.00  in every $ 100.00
is used to propel our cars ?

The average car engine is only between 22% and 25% thermally efficient.

So if your cars engine puts out say 150 hp (about 38,1900 BTU's / Hour) on full throttle
while about 1,145,700 BTU's / hour are being dumped into our atmosphere,
doing absolutely nothing at all, except play a part, in heating up our atmosphere.

Let alone taking into account other atmospheric pollution that may be taking place.

But the greatest effects are often overlooked, which involves the energy flow (Not Temperature)
from under the earths crust, cased by the tidal influences of the Sun and Moon's Gravity,
on the Earth's interior as well as other actions taking place within the earth's interior producing heat.

All of which drive the earths "Thermal cycles".

This also plays a part in thermal eddies within oceans and also affects weather including
tornadoes, lightning strikes etc.

So our temperature above the Earths crust is the result of Energy being generated
from within the Earth's Interior, energy trying to escape into space and energy being generated
in our atmosphere by the sun as well as what the human species is pumping directly
into the atmosphere, during every day survival habits.

Offline The Matrix Traveller

  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 3260
  • Gold 253
Re: weather
« Reply #26 on: July 11, 2013, 09:02:08 PM »
Quote
Time to realize there's something else at work here, something not very friendly with humans, something that has no emotional value for life here as we see it. It plays with human consciousness as it laughs at how thick human thinking is and what fun it is to play with its toys.

There's an occult predator operating here with us that has dominion over the rules created by mans theory of how this strange land seems to work but mostly makes no sense when casually explained, yet, is blamed on mankind's technological longevity over the environment.

The reason many think this way is the result of "Double Logic" present in the Human Genome.
(involves the whole species)

Once this "Double Logic" is either bypassed or eradicated,
then we will see and understand in a completely different way.
« Last Edit: July 11, 2013, 09:06:31 PM by The Matrix Traveller »

sky otter

  • Guest
Re: weather
« Reply #27 on: July 26, 2013, 01:52:05 PM »

whoa.. the ride has started..hope you are holding on




Siberia Heat: Did The Arctic Region Break A Heat Record?


 Posted: 07/26/2013 3:36 pm EDT  |  Updated: 07/26/2013 3:40 pm EDT

Did the Arctic region break a heat record?

According to English-language outlet The Siberian Times, temperatures of 32 degrees Celsius, or 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit, were recorded in the Siberian city of Norilsk on July 21. The average temperature in July in the region is 13.6 C, or 56.48 F.

Weather historian Christopher C. Burt explains on the website Weather Underground that the entire Russian Arctic region has seen warm weather as of late. Burt adds that Norilsk has seen its warmest nights in recent days -- some 20.2 C, or 68.26 F -- and that wildfires have erupted in the region.

However Burt and The Siberian Times disagree as to whether the warm weather spell is a record. According to the Siberian Times, the recent spike broke the 31.9 C (89.42 F) record set three decades ago, while Burt believes the current record stands at 32.2 C (89.96 F).

The blog Weather In Siberia notes that the month of July has shown extremely fluctuating temperatures. While the website describes the record temperatures of recent days, it also says that July 1 this year was the coldest measured in many years.

Norilsk, where the extreme temperatures were measured, is the northernmost city in the world. The Siberian town houses 175,000 residents and is built on the permafrost.

The Weather Channel reports that temperatures of -60 F (-51 C) are no exception in winter in Siberia, making it one of the coldest inhabited places on earth.

From the Weather Channel:

On Feb. 6, 1933, an observer, there, measured a temperature of -89.8 degrees Fahrenheit! This is a full 10 degrees colder than the U.S. cold record of -79.8 degrees F at Prospect Creek, Alaska on Jan. 23, 1971. (Incidentally, the record coldest temperature measured on Earth was at the Russian South Pole research station of Vostok, Antarctica (-128.6 deg. F) on July 21, 1983.)
The heat is bad news for firefighters in the region. NASA explains that once the snow melts, the remote region is very susceptible to wildfires. According to Russia Beyond The Headlines, 900 specialists are currently fighting several fires that are already raging in the area. Dozens of Russians were killed by fires during a heatwave in the summer of 2010, when fire gripped over millions of hectares.

(h/t The Atlantic Wire)



http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/26/siberia-heat_n_3660212.html

sky otter

  • Guest
Re: weather
« Reply #28 on: July 26, 2013, 02:15:06 PM »


holy rowboat, batman...

you need to go to the link to see the pic of then and now.. sorry it won't copy


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/25/north-pole-melting-leaves_n_3652373.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

The Huffington Post  |  By Nick Visser   |  Posted: 07/25/13 EDT  |  Updated: 07/25/13 EDT

North Pole Melting Leaves Small Lake At The Top Of The World (VIDEO)

North Pole Before And After Melting..go to the link



The time-lapse video below comes from a webcam set up by the North Pole Environmental Observatory that has monitored the state of Arctic sea ice since the spring of 2000. Surprisingly, the pole has been melting since at least 2002, according to photos on the project's website.

July is usually the warmest month in the area, but temperatures were 1 to 3 degrees Celsius above average this year. The shallow lake you see at the pole is made of meltwater sitting on top of a layer of ice, according to the observatory.

Arctic sea ice has become a noticeable victim of climate change. The area of ice cover expands and contracts every year with the change in seasons, but last summer's minimum extent was the lowest on record and this year's maximum winter coverage was the sixth-lowest since satellite observations began in the 1970s.



 


Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC
affiliate_link
Free Click Tracking
Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC

* Recent Posts

Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by Eighthman
[Today at 05:53:51 AM]


Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by ArMaP
[February 19, 2018, 06:54:51 PM]


Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by robomont
[February 19, 2018, 06:28:01 PM]


Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by ArMaP
[February 19, 2018, 05:44:09 PM]


Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by robomont
[February 19, 2018, 03:28:14 PM]


Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by ArMaP
[February 19, 2018, 03:05:34 PM]


Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by robomont
[February 19, 2018, 02:35:45 PM]


Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by ArMaP
[February 19, 2018, 01:51:36 PM]


Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by petrus4
[February 19, 2018, 11:33:01 AM]


Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by Irene
[February 19, 2018, 11:12:13 AM]


Re: The Question We Should Be Asking by petrus4
[February 19, 2018, 08:20:35 AM]


Re: Mandalay: The biggest shooting since Columbine. by The Seeker
[February 18, 2018, 08:48:25 PM]


Re: Mandalay: The biggest shooting since Columbine. by spacemaverick
[February 18, 2018, 02:40:59 PM]


Re: Mandalay: The biggest shooting since Columbine. by The Seeker
[February 18, 2018, 02:31:52 PM]


Re: Mandalay: The biggest shooting since Columbine. by spacemaverick
[February 18, 2018, 01:20:45 PM]


The Question We Should Be Asking by Eighthman
[February 18, 2018, 01:08:19 PM]


Re: Mandalay: The biggest shooting since Columbine. by ArMaP
[February 18, 2018, 11:50:28 AM]


Re: Mandalay: The biggest shooting since Columbine. by petrus4
[February 18, 2018, 08:48:05 AM]


Re: Mandalay: The biggest shooting since Columbine. by ArMaP
[February 18, 2018, 06:59:15 AM]


Re: fake news - live by ArMaP
[February 18, 2018, 06:55:12 AM]