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2016 IS STRANGE Part 5 // FEBRUARY

 

 

 

I believe the bubbling sand in the previous video, was Methane escaping, but just my opinion.

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Can we pause the Bernie-Hillary wars for a moment? Major Carbon Monoxide Explosion West Coast

By Pakalolo

Monday Feb 29, 2016 · 6:57 PM

Please see update below. NASA updated and stated that the anomaly was a glitch.

Wednesday, Mar 2, 2016 · 6:47:57 AM · Pakalolo

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Elevated carbon monoxide (CO) concentrations over California in the GEOS-5 products since February 25, 2016, are incorrect. They are a consequence of unrealistic emissions derived from satellite observations of fires, which led to elevated concentrations of atmospheric CO (as well as other species).

Source http://www.transients.info/2016/03/unspun-news-for-2nd-march-2016.html#more

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One Of The Last Major Warnings :Concerns of “Major” West Coast Earthquake Growing as San Andreas, Melones and Elsinore Faults Spew More Carbon Monoxide

March 1, 2016

 

 

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"Beginning on February 26, NASA satellites in space began detecting staggeringly large emissions of Carbon Monoxide (CO) gas along the west coast.  As evidenced by the satellite image below, the emissions were far too big, too highly concentrated and covered too vast an area to be man-made.  On the satellite image below, the areas in black, purple and brownish-orange show the magnitude of the emission; it was utterly massive!

 

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Scientists quickly determined that the CO was coming up out of the earth; being expelled out through seismic faults.    What this means is the earth began moving in such a way on February 26, that pressure along the fault lines in California became so great, it expelled massive amounts of naturally-occurring carbon monoxide gas from the Monterey Formation of shale. In fact, the proximity of the CO emissions directly aligns with those formations!  That’s a LOT of pressure! 

 

When pressure builds up like this, it is not hard to understand that something has to “give” and when it does, there’s an earthquake. That’s why this emission of Carbon Monoxide is a warning sign of an impending, LARGE earthquake.
 
The last time an emission of Carbon Monoxide on this scale took place, was a week prior to the Gujarat Earthquakewhich devastated India; killing twenty thousand people and destroying 400,000 homes when the 7.6 quake struck in Jan. 2001."
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26.01.2015 Author: Janet Phelan


http://journal-neo.org/2015/01/26/mit-states-that-half-of-all-children-may-be-autistic-by-2025/

 

MIT States That Half of All Children May be Autistic by 2025 due to Monsanto
A senior scientist at MIT has declared that we are facing an epidemic
of autism that may result in one half of all children being affected by
autism in ten years.


Dr. Stephanie Seneff, who made these remarks during a panel presentation in Groton, MA last week, specifically
cites the Monsanto herbicide, Roundup, as the culprit for the escalating incidence of autism and other neurological
disorders. Roundup, which was introduced in the 1970's, contains the chemical glyphosate, which is the focal point
for Seneff's concerns. Roundup was originally restricted to use on weeds, as glyphosate kills plants. However,
Roundup is now in regular use with crops. With the coming of GMO's, plants such as soy and corn were
bioengineered to tolerate glyphosate, and its use dramatically increased. From 2001 to 2007, glyphosate use
doubled, reaching 180 to 185 million pounds in the U.S. alone in 2007.

 

PDF Attached:

mit-states-that-half-of-all-children-may-be-autistic-by-2025.pdf

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Here in the Great Frozen Lan' O' Can.

 

The fruit trees are blooming. Started in the very last of Feb.

 

Se what that leap year did.........

 

Pretty early in the year for fruit trees to be blooming and other trees leafing out.

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Going to put this here.  Another strange buoy event, this time off N. Carolina.  Last time was off West Coast a month or so ago.

 

Buoy Detecting 100Ft/Waves/US East Coast

 

 

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Snow falls in Guadeloupe in extraordinary weather phenomenon

April 1, 2016

 

 

"No, it is not an April Fools Day joke, snowflakes actually fell in the neighbouring French island of Guadeloupe.

 
The event, which was described as ‘exceptional’ by a French meteorologist took place on Thursday, March 31 in the municipality of St. Claude.
 
Reports from French media indicate that a very fine snowfall blanketed the hills above the town.
 
French meteorologist, Alain Museleque, explained the extraordinary phenomenon on Guadeloupe Premiere TV.
 
“We had a mass of clouds that arrived over St. Claude,” he said in French and translated by McCathy Marie. “Accompanying this mass of clouds was some very cold air. In this very cold air, in the mass of clouds, we had the creation of some snowflakes which fell to the ground. This has never before been seen in Guadeloupe. This is an exceptional event that we will never forget.”
 
Two weeks ago in the same area, in a residential district which is just below La Soufriere Volcano overlooking the Town of Basse Terre, residents were surprised to see hailstones falling from the sky."
 
 
 
Snow piles up in feet in Winter Park
April 2, 2016
Matt Renoux, KUSA
 
"WINTER PARK - At the Winter Park Ski Area Robert Newberry and his snow removal crew have had to fire up and bring out their big front end loader with a 17 foot blade often over the last month.
 
“It’s probably the most important machine we have because of the volume of snow we can move,” said Newberry.
 
That one piece of equipment ran for more than 100 hours in the last 2 weeks, thanks to a month for snowfall that Winter Park Director of Communications Steve Hurlbert says was historic.
 
“Wow! Low and behold 101 inches for the month is extraordinary,”’ said Hurlbert."
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Snow in Germany  on April 1, 2016
 
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"Many drivers had already mounted their summer tires – Snowplow in continuous use.
 
Surprising heavy snowfall has significantly impeded traffic on the motorways in Hesse and Thuringia, bringing accidents, road closures and kilometer-long traffic jams.
In Alsfeld a truck slid into two stopped trucks, fully blocking the road towards Frankfurt.
In Fulda county firefighters numerous overturned trees of many roads had to move because of the new snow and strong wind gusts.
In Thuringia, the A73 and A71 had to be partially closed because trucks were crosswise on the road or overturned. Also on all of A4 and parts of the A9 there were problems caused by the snow. According to the highway patrol, many cars were skidding because they had already installed summer tires."
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Earth Is Tipping Because of Climate Change

April 8, 2016

Shannon Hall

 

 

Melting ice and shifting rain patterns are causing the north and south poles to drift

 

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"The north pole is on the run. Although it can drift as much as 10 meters across a century, sometimes returning to near its origin, it has recently taken a sharp turn to the east. Climate change is the likely culprit, yet scientists are debating how much melting ice or changing rain patterns affect the pole’s wanderlust.

 

The geographical poles—the north and south tips of the axis that the Earth spins around—wobble over time due to small variations in the sun’s and moon’s pulls, and potentially to motion in Earth’s core and mantle. But changes on the planet’s surface can alter the poles, too. They wobble with every season as the distribution of snow and rain change, and over long stretches as well. Roughly 10,000 years ago, for example, Earth woke up from a deep freeze and the massive ice sheets sitting atop what is now Canada melted. As ice mass fled, and the depressed crust rebounded, the distribution of the planet’s mass changed and the north pole started to drift west. This pattern can be clearly seen in data from 1899 onward. But a recent zigzag in the north pole’s path (and the opposite movement in the south pole) suggests a new change is afoot.
 
Around 2000 the pole took an eastward turn; it stopped drifting toward Hudson Bay, Canada, and started drifting along the Greenwich meridian in the direction of London. In 2013Jianli Chen, a geophysicist at The University of Texas at Austin, was the first to attribute the sudden change to accelerated melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet. The result startled his team. “If you're losing enough mass to change the orientation of the Earth—that's a lot of mass,” says John Ries, Chen’s colleague at U.T. Austin. The team found that recent accelerated ice loss and associated sea level rise accounted for more than 90 percent of the latest polar shift. Of course that includes ice lost across the world, but “Greenland is the lion's share of the mass loss,” Ries says. “That's what's causing the pole to change its nature.”
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ok then, gee geoengineering our weather wouldn't be responsible, right?
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2016 IS STRANGE Part 12 // APRIL - MAY

 

 

 

 

 

Remember our entity said watch the dolphins/whales.

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 Very unusual GOOD WEATHER

  My part of NZ is having a long run of warm weather.. even tho it is Autumn here.   Not really an Indian Summer.. with crisp sunny days... just warm..like late spring...tho the days are very short.    Unusual.. but nice.  It is caused by us being caught in a flow of tropical air from the North.. rather than our usual winter wind flow from the South.  No need for heating or fires.

 

  Other parts of NZ are very dry,  but we are quite wet.  It is very variable.  Our area did not get much effect from the ElNino.

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Thank you Rogue, it is very nice to hear that at least one part of the world is having good weather.  

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2016 IS STRANGE Part 15 // MAY

 

 

 

2016 IS STRANGE Part 16 // MAY - JUNE

 

2016 IS STRANGE Part 16 // MAY - JUNE

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