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    Default Re: Thinking the Unthinkable: a WHAT IF scenario, should there be major sea level changes coming soon

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    In the last Kerry’s interview of the pleiadian messenger, part 2 which has been taken off???, the interviewee says that the yellowstone caldera will blow up soon.

    If true, this could start up a few millions dead from the start and then worlwide starvation, plus geological changes.

    Who knows, it could be checked with dowsing maybe?
    Yellowstone... another favorite for scaremongers of the doom and gloomy human variety

    Here is an article to help put things in perspective: Yellowstone supervolcano threat theory 'demonstrably false' - USGS expert to RT

    Check this thread as well: Boiling To Life! Vents Opening Around Yellowstone

    The cliffs notes are that there isn't enough actual molten, "liquid" magma to trigger and sustain such an envisioned catastrophic scenario.
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    Default Re: Thinking the Unthinkable: a WHAT IF scenario, should there be major sea level changes coming soon

    Looking for precursors to my predicted earth changes may be problematic. I do expect a ramping up of earthquakes and vulcanism before the main event, but the timing is so difficult that I am not even attempting that for now - hopefully I can later - yet be timely.

    Central Canada away from the Great Lakes or Hudson Bay looks good. Also Nebraska and the Dakotas, Iowa, Southwestern Wisconsin. The Southwest USA looks safe - West of Austin. Some mountainous areas may be dangerous as some so-called "dormant" or "extinct" volcanoes are expected to light up.

    Canada, The Dakotas, Montana and such will be difficult places to live after the cold comes, but there will be plenty of warning. It will not at all be like in the movie "The day after tomorrow". Also, I expect that the mini ice age will be full on about ten to thirty years from now - most likely in 2035.
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    Default Re: Thinking the Unthinkable: a WHAT IF scenario, should there be major sea level changes coming soon

    Unfortunately, the USGS is not reporting a lot of things (they're not reporting earthquakes in Oregon at all these days), and they were in denial for a long time that oil pumping, gas extraction, waste water disposal, fracking, etc. have anything to do with earthquake or volcanic activity. See Dutchsinse's comments starting at around 45 minutes in here:

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    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    In the last Kerry’s interview of the pleiadian messenger, part 2 which has been taken off???, the interviewee says that the yellowstone caldera will blow up soon.

    If true, this could start up a few millions dead from the start and then worlwide starvation, plus geological changes.

    Who knows, it could be checked with dowsing maybe?
    Yellowstone... another favorite for scaremongers of the doom and gloomy human variety

    Here is an article to help put things in perspective: Yellowstone supervolcano threat theory 'demonstrably false' - USGS expert to RT

    Check this thread as well: Boiling To Life! Vents Opening Around Yellowstone

    The cliffs notes are that there isn't enough actual molten, "liquid" magma to trigger and sustain such an envisioned catastrophic scenario.
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    Default Re: Thinking the Unthinkable: a WHAT IF scenario, should there be major sea level changes coming soon

    There's been quite a ramping up lately of earthquakes and vulcanism. Dutchsinse's reports are a good source of info on that.
    Quote Posted by wnlight (here)
    Looking for precursors to my predicted earth changes may be problematic. I do expect a ramping up of earthquakes and vulcanism before the main event, but the timing is so difficult that I am not even attempting that for now - hopefully I can later - yet be timely.
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    Default Re: Thinking the Unthinkable: a WHAT IF scenario, should there be major sea level changes coming soon

    To all, I have a good friend I call my Oracle lol , just a person I met years ago and is very dialed in. I forwarded some of this info to her, She concurred with many things that wnlight has stated but expressed her thoughts on this " I don't feel it will be that soon, it's more like 5 years out". She doesn't answer me right away , just comes to her . And has a pretty good accuracy rate too. In addition " I see much rain with an earthquake that breaks the tectonic plates, breaking apart causing the Midwest to be broken up, the Mississippi river has a lot to do with the water devastation". She also said in regards to Michigan -" there is a prediction out there that the state of Michigan will have a catastrophic event occur splitting it in half in the middle of the lower peninsula ".

    Boy what an exhausting thread this has been filled with anxiety huh! It's one thing if you can deter something from happening but when there is nothing you can do , Oh BOY! We should rename this thread to "The OH BOY thread" lol. Got to find some humor in this . .

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    Default Re: Thinking the Unthinkable: a WHAT IF scenario, should there be major sea level changes coming soon

    Some people are already living with sea level rises. Cf: this article from 2014 about Kiribati. The only thing that was needed for it happen is processes already occurring on our planet

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    An entire island nation is preparing to evacuate to Fiji before they sink into the Pacific

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    This has to be the weirdest business deal of the week: The Church of England just sold a chunk of forest-covered land on the Fijian island Vanua Levu for $8.8 million to the government of the Pacific island nation of Kiribati. For the moment, Kiribati plans to use its 20-square-kilometer (7.7-square-mile) plot for agriculture and fish farming. But the investment is really a fallback for its 103,000 residents—a place to live if they must leave their home island.

    “We would hope not to put everyone on [this] one piece of land, but if it became absolutely necessary, yes, we could do it,” president Anote Tong told the Associated Press, via the Guardian. Tong is awaiting parliamentary approval of the land purchase before clearing that possibility formally with Fiji’s officials.

    Why is Tong preparing for a mass defection to an island 2,000 kilometers away?

    The seas around Kiribati’s 32 atolls (ring-shaped coral reefs) are rising 1.2 centimeters (0.5 inches) a year—about four times faster than the global average—thanks to the flux of ocean currents. Some experts think that by 2100, the country will have disappeared beneath the waves. That may be optimistic; some residents expect the sea to subsume their homes within 20 or 30 years.

    That’s a grim outlook. But the present isn’t exactly peachy either. With its atolls no more than about three meters (9.8 feet) above sea level, Kiribati currently faces periodic food shortages thanks largely to rising tides. Not only does rampant flooding caused by spring tides destroy homes and businesses, but it also increases the salt content of the soil, ravaging crops and tainting fresh water sources. On top of that, coral bleaching caused by the heating of ocean waters has decimated the marine ecosystems built off those reefs, driving fish away. That’s why one of the short-term advantages of the purchase of the Vanua Levu plot is that it should help secure food supply for Kiribati’s residents.

    The situation has gotten so bad that some Kiribati residents have tried to claim asylum in New Zealand, arguing that the burning of fossil fuels by industrial countries is a form of persecution against people vulnerable to its consequences. So far, courts have dismissed these arguments for emigration, which may be why the Kiribati government is opting for the investment route instead.

    The people of Kiribati might have been the first to make these claims, but they probably won’t be the last; recent estimates predict that the number of “climate refugees”—people displaced by the effects of global warming—will reach 700 million by 2050.


    If you want to watch actual footage of the South Pacific (and Bangladesh and Miami) getting indunated, the TV series "Years of Living Dangerously" has some. Some episodes are on You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpB...frX6bblUFUM1hQ
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    Default Re: Thinking the Unthinkable: a WHAT IF scenario, should there be major sea level changes coming soon

    I'm pretty certain "man made climate change" is a crock.

    I'm also pretty certain that the climate IS changing.

    I think the answer to Why ? . . . . will have a lot to do with this.

    I keep on hearing that our solar system is moving into a region of space that has different properties to what 'we' have been used to for a long time.

    Apparently, a close-by (4 light years) star suddenly flashed very brightly recently. So bright, that if it was our star our home planet would be toast.

    What caused that flash ?

    Is our sun about to do the same thing ?

    Is it something to do with the drift into a different space environment ?


    Oh, and if we just happen to be following along behind the one that flashed, how long will it take us to travel 4 light years ?
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