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    First November snow in Tokyo for 54 years


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    This is SUCH a gorgeous photo...thank you so much!

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    Quote Summer Snows in both Chile and Australia are not normal; this follows records snows in Sapporo and record cold across the Northern Hemisphere. Tallest waves ever recorded, and more gigantic volcanic eruptions in Russia's far east.

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    Well this whole globam warming / climate change /what every they call it next phenomenon has done a few things right, comedy and great photo's!





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    The temperature variations day to day in Sydney alone have been incrediable. 38 degreees Celsius one day, 20 the next and then back up to mid 30's again. Incrediably violent electrical storms as well and apparently It snowed in our mountains the other day....wtf???

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    I'm currently subscrbing to the theory of a reduced magnetosphere and a solar minimum. We are as ants to such processes.

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    Quote Posted by Ewan (here)
    I'm currently subscrbing to the theory of a reduced magnetosphere and a solar minimum. We are as ants to such processes.
    The solar minimum is the biggie.. the sun's strength keeps a lot of cosmic rays from reaching us (as it blasts them away with its OWN rays.. that we like ) and cosmic rays induce cloud formation which causes cooling which in the past was when the Bubonic Plauge hit Europe... so no good things come from that.


    The sun was worshiped as a god for a LONG time for a VERY good reason, it's highly influential on earth & the only reason we live currently.
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    Can confirm it is definitely colder on average down here :/

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    Quote Posted by Foxie Loxie (here)
    This is SUCH a gorgeous photo...thank you so much!
    I know right? It's like they stepped out of a portal or time machine.

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    Dang...my paradolia is on high alert normally but that image of the storm looks mighty creepy to me. !

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    3 below yesterday and still snowing



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    3 below yesterday and still snowing




    (Calgary, AB) Last two weeks average highs about -21C(-6f) and average lows about minus 26C (a couple minus 28 and up to minus 36 windchills) Current windchill right now ... -29c (that's minus 20f).

    Finally reprieve in two days! A Chinook wind (warm westerly that comes off the pacific lifts over the Coast mountains, then the Rockies, then comes down to the surface where the prairies start) blows in on Tuesday to give us +2C (36f) ... we got -10C today ... felt pretty darn good by recent comparison! This is a drastic change from November where the highs where well above freezing pretty much the whole month. I should probably note the average daytime high this time of year is around 0C or freezing

    That said, cold snaps aren't too weird here (although last year it was a steady mild the whole winter) -- usually at least once a winter. It's the bouncing back and forth at the extremes that is a bit more odd.

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    With liberal elites going into meltdown last month over 'Trumpocalypse', the stewards of empire are rapidly losing whatever grip they once had on reality. At the same time, with extreme weather event after extreme weather event impacting every region on Earth, it's as if this descent into madness is being marked every step of the way by Mother Nature. Disastrous climatic events in November 2016 included: Snow, hail and flooding in the deserts of Saudi Arabia (again) New Zealand's second strongest tremor in the modern era Johannesburg's worst flash-flood in living memory Another powerful quake (and another tsunami) off Fukushima, Japan Outbreak of 'thunder asthma' in Melbourne, Australia, which killed 8 people and sent another 8,500 to hospital The latest Atlantic Hurricane in the modern era (and the most southerly, and the first to ever make landfall in Costa Rica) Unprecedented 'superfires' torching swathes of the US Southeast

    Those are just some of the more 'unusual' events in our latest Earth Changes Summary video, which also includes the other more 'normal' stuff: monster sinkholes swallowing multiple cars, people and homes - deluges washing away more homes, cars and people - massive meteor fireballs panicking people into thinking aliens have invaded - destructive tornadoes touching down in the capitals of Rome and South Africa - record November snowfalls in parts of northern US, northern China, and northern Europe...

    We are, of course, being facetious. There's nothing normal about any of this. We've entered a new global climate. Forecasting models are largely redundant at this point. The costs from all this destruction pile up ever higher with each passing month. Until now, elites have either ignored the climate/planetary upheaval, or blamed ordinary people for causing one or another symptom, then carried on milking taxpayers and spreading wars. No doubt, given recent patterns, they're soon going to start blaming it all on Putin.


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    It was raining here this a.m. & tonight will be down to 0! Star Tsar....still sending Good Vibes your way; we all appreciate what you do for us!

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    "As snowstorms sweeping the Sahara Desert make international headlines, what has been left out of the news cycle are the Moroccan people freezing to death trapped by these most unusual snows. Algeria has been receiving unusual accumulations of snow since late November, now storms are set to dump more snow through the first week of January."
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    I have wanted to ask those of the membership of Project Avalon a few questions about all this for a long time. Now is a good time.

    The following does not include the possibility that nefarious elements among humanity are intentionally manipulating Earth's climate which many here believe has been occurring. Why I am excluding this is because if this is actually going on to the degree the overall global climate is effected, then the following questions do not need to be made. Instead the activity should stop or be stopped.


    Assuming there is universal agreement that the Earth is indeed experiencing an unusual shift in climate and at a rate which is highly and perhaps alarmingly unusual, then my questions are -


    Question 1 - To what degree does human activity have anything to do with this? I am asking those who feel they know to give their estimate as a percentage and to list their reasons that might support their number... reasons which have sound scientific backing. (There is more to this question which will come out based on responses).


    Question 2 - If the answer to Question 1 is that human activity has actually had very little or almost no impact on the climate and climate change while still assuming the above noted assumption, is there anything humanity can do that may actually help to alter this shift towards more stability?
    All the above is all and only my opinion - all subject to change and not meant to be true for anyone else regardless of how I phrase it.

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    Question 1 - To what degree does human activity have anything to do with this? I am asking those who feel they know to give their estimate as a percentage and to list their reasons that might support their number... reasons which have sound scientific backing. (There is more to this question which will come out based on responses).

    Question 2 - If the answer to Question 1 is that human activity has actually had very little or almost no impact on the climate and climate change while still assuming the above noted assumption, is there anything humanity can do that may actually help to alter this shift towards more stability?
    Great questions. I'd like to read what Hervé has to say. (He may know quite a bit more than most, here.) My own strong suspicion (and working assumption/evaluation) is that it's all a natural cycle, with human activity maybe being a real but minor factor.

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    Quote Posted by Sam Hunter (here)
    Question 1 - To what degree does human activity have anything to do with this? I am asking those who feel they know to give their estimate as a percentage and to list their reasons that might support their number... reasons which have sound scientific backing. (There is more to this question which will come out based on responses).
    I forget which thread (I think it was two), but I did some math showing that if humanity took every bit of power it currently generates and used all of that at 100% efficiency to heat the oceans, we would manage to raise the temperature something like .000001 degrees a year with our influence (and I don't think it would be a lasting one..)

    The math shows that we are, collectively, a flea on a dog... Yes we can make some small patches nasty and itchy.. but over all the dog doesn't notice 1 flea.


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    Question 2 - If the answer to Question 1 is that human activity has actually had very little or almost no impact on the climate and climate change while still assuming the above noted assumption, is there anything humanity can do that may actually help to alter this shift towards more stability?
    We couldn't do anything if we tried, not in the near future at least... we just are not currently capable of it.

    Rapid change may not be something WE are used to... but our entire history has been a blink of an eye for the planet... very arrogant for us to even think that something other than a natural cycle is happening.
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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    [...]
    ... I'd like to read what Hervé has to say. (He may know quite a bit more than most, here.)
    [...]
    I first would refer Sam to that thread: The Arctic is melting, the Antarctic is freezing. What does this mean? to get himself acquainted with zillions of data

    The main culprit for all of it is this one: Solar Cycle Mystery Solved ? Which is the one Piers Corbyn takes mostly into account.

    The above is compounded with this phenomenon (<...) as well as this other one (<...) which is the increased oceanic floor volcanic activity (<...) with local artifact here (<---) and here (<---).

    As for my opinion and summary, from here (<---):
    I have been looking at the reported changes happening around this planet and wondering what's really happening for an increase in the number of powerful earthquakes, storms and hurricanes as well as the considerable increase of plumbing system mishaps called "sink holes."

    Weather storms seem to indicate an increase in the spinning power of their vortex... water damage turning into sinkholes could also indicate an increase in the vortex power of circulating water... but I couldn't fit earthquakes into that model until realizing where these powerful earthquakes are mostly happening: subduction zones.

    What's the engine for subductions and oceanic crusts motion: convection cells in the mantle acting as conveyor belts (like some hydraulic gear shifts work)... VORTEX!

    There is an increase in the strength of vortex spins affecting anything having some "fluidity."

    That's an increase in the difference of potential between something and something else which is usually translated in terms of electromagnetism.

    Where could such an increase in potential be coming from...

    ... enters the "Electric Universe"!

    ... and our solar system postulated as a binary system. That's our sun and its postulated dwarf twin acting as the two poles of a charged capacitor.

    When the two poles get closer, the potential difference increases due to the shortening of the distance... up to a maximum when at closest to each other (hopefully not a shorting of the circuit where the system is reset at equipotential for both poles with a big spark).

    That's where I am at, at the moment and it's subject to revision at any time new data show up
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