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The Earth is in the final phase of changing its magnetic field

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zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#1 Nov 11, 2013
There are serious defects in our current understanding of Earth's magnetic field and how it changes and what causes it to change from time to time. The increased natural disasters in the last a few years like this super typhoon haiyan is a strong indication that the Earth is in the final phase of changing its magnetic field. Wait until the sun wakes up from this deep solar minimum and you will see the magnitude of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions on our planet.

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SpaceBlues

United States

#2 Nov 11, 2013
Techniques borrowed from the Met Office have been incorporated into a unique "artificial intelligence" database containing 1.7 billion experimental results.

Just as weathermen make their predictions using powerful computers to crunch information from a myriad sources, scientists tapping into the CanSAR database will be guided to the most effective drugs and treatments.

CanSAR, developed in the UK, brings together vast quantities of data from patients, clinical trials, and genetic, biochemical and pharmacological research. It condenses more data than would be generated by operating the Hubble Space Telescope for a million years.
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#3 Nov 12, 2013
Can The Philippines Recover From Non-Stop Natural Disasters?
Never before in human history have we seen so many natural disasters hit one area – over and over again.

Many islands in the Philippines are in total ruin, and hundreds of thousands of people have been devastated by continuous natural disasters.
7,000 Islands

Its location on the Pacific Ring of Fire close to the equator makes the Philippines prone to earthquakes and typhoons.

And don’t forget to throw in a volcano or two.

The Philippines is actually an archipelago of 7,107 islands that are within three main geographic divisions:

1-Luzon
2-Visayas
3-Mindanao.

With a population of more than 98 million people, the Philippines is the seventh-most populated country in Asia.
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November 11, 2013 by Janet
Super Typhoon from NOAA the Philippines

Super Typhoon Haiyan devastates the Philippines – NOAA

Never before in human history have we seen so many natural disasters hit one area – over and over again.

Many islands in the Philippines are in total ruin, and hundreds of thousands of people have been devastated by continuous natural disasters.
7,000 Islands

Its location on the Pacific Ring of Fire close to the equator makes the Philippines prone to earthquakes and typhoons.

And don’t forget to throw in a volcano or two.

The Philippines is actually an archipelago of 7,107 islands that are within three main geographic divisions:

Luzon
Visayas
Mindanao.

With a population of more than 98 million people, the Philippines is the seventh-most populated country in Asia.
Typhoon Haiyan

Typhoon Haiyan (known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda) is the strongest recorded tropical cyclone to ever make landfall, with wind speeds up to 315 km/h (195 mph).

On November 4, 2013, the tropical storm began to intensify to typhoon levels. By November 6, the typhoon had magnified into a super typhoon equal to a Category 5- hurricane as it passed over the island of Kayangel.

Haiyan continued to intensify as it made landfall. Gradually weakening, the storm made five more landfalls before reaching the South China Sea. Over 720,000 people were forced to evacuate their homes.

Typhoon Haiyan leveled Samar Island and Leyte, where at least 10,000 people in the city of Tacloban alone are reported dead. Turning northwest, Haiyan struck northern Vietnam as a severe tropical storm on November 10.
Next Is Typhoon Zoraida

The world will be closely watching the next typhoon, Zoraida, that appears to be going on the same track as Haiyan. Still a Tropical Depression, Zoraida is the 25th cyclone to enter the Philippine archipelago this year. It made landfall in Cagayan, Davao Oriental Tuesday morning, November 11, 2013.

Several areas within the Philippines have been placed under Public Storm Warning Signal Number 1. Zoraida is packing maximum winds of 55 kp/h (34 mph). This cyclone is not as powerful as Haiyan by any stretch, but high waves and flooding will impact an already saturated region.
http://www.extinctiontheory.com/
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#4 Nov 12, 2013
Volcanoes
Today, volcanic eruptions are increasing worldwide, and the Philippines is no exception.

Located on the Pacific Rim’s Ring of Fire, the Philippines sits on top of the world’s most active volcanic zones.

It is hard to label a volcano as “active” or “inactive” these days as earthquake and volcanic activity increases. There are 23 – 25 volcanoes within the Philippine archipelago, however, that are presently showing signs of volcanic activity.
http://www.extinctiontheory.com/
SpaceBlues

Humble, TX

#5 Nov 12, 2013
Japan's trade minister at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant: the government has come under pressure to abandon its promises to residents. Photograph: AP

Japanese officials have admitted for the first time that thousands of people evacuated from areas near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant may never be able to return home.

Decontamination is woefully behind schedule in seven of the 11 selected towns and villages, forcing authorities to concede recently that they will not complete the work by the March 2014 deadline.

The plant's operator, Tokyo Electric Power [Tepco], is supposed to pay back government loans to fund the cleanup but has balked at the huge expense while it focuses on a costly decommissioning operation at Fukushima Daiichi that is expected to last at least 30 years.

The government is prepared to borrow another 3tn yen to compensate evacuees and speed up decontamination of homes, schools and other public buildings in areas where reducing radiation levels is more realistic, according to reports.

The new funding will bring Japan's expenditure on the nuclear crisis so far to $80bn (£50bn). That figure does not cover the cost of decommissioning the damaged reactors.

"At some point in time, someone will have to say that this region is uninhabitable, but we will make up for it," the LDP's secretary general, Shigeru Ishiba, said recently.

The evacuated region is divided into areas where people may return but not stay overnight, those that are preparing for similar status, and those that will remain no-go zones for at least five years because radiation doses exceed 50 millisieverts a year.

The last category includes the small town of Okuma, where evacuated residents told the Guardian over two years ago that they had given up all hope of ever returning.

On Tuesday, evacuees reacted with anger at the government's about-turn.

"Politicians should have specified a long time ago the areas where evacuees will not be able to return, and presented plans to help them rebuild their lives elsewhere," Toshitaka Kakinuma, a 71-year-old Okuma resident living in nearby Iwaki told the Asahi Shimbun newspaper.

Mental illness, alcohol abuse and physical ailments such as deep-vein thrombosis owing to inactivity are reportedly on the rise among tens of thousands of Fukushima evacuees still living in temporary housing units.

As of August, the number of people in Fukushima who died from illnesses connected to the evacuation stood at 1,539, just short of the 1,599 deaths in the prefecture caused by the 11 March tsunami.

Few evacuees say they would go back, even if they could. In Okuma, just 10% of residents want to return to their old homes; the figure is 12% in Tomioka, one of the most heavily contaminated villages.

Some experts have criticised as unrealistic the government radiation target of 1 mSv a year. The UN's international commission on radiological protection states that annual doses of up to 20 mSv pose no demonstrable threat to human health.

Meanwhile, Japan's popular former prime minister, Junichiro Koizumi, has challenged plans by the current leader, Shinzo Abe, to restart nuclear reactors next year.

Koizumi, who stepped down in 2006 after five years in office, called on Abe to build on his popularity by honouring the wishes of the majority of Japanese, who want nuclear power phased out.

"[Abe] should use the power given to him to do what the majority of the people want," Koizumi said in a speech at the Japan Press Club. "It can be achieved. Why miss this chance?

"It is too optimistic and irresponsible to assume we can find a final radioactive waste storage site in Japan after the accident," he said, adding that even burying waste underground for 100,000 years could pose a threat to future generations.

"What language should we use to convey the hazards to those people in the future?" he said.

All 50 of Japan's working reactors are offline while safety checks are carried out.
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#6 Nov 13, 2013
Brace For Big Earthquakes As The Sun Fires Up Again:
When the Sun fires off huge coronal mass ejections (CMEs), earthquake records show that an increase in earthquakes occur at the same time all over the world.

This connection between solar storms and earthquakes may result in some doozies over the next few weeks because the Sun is firing up again.

Big Sunspots
Most CMEs reach the Earth in one to three days after they have ejected from the Sun’s surface. A powerful CME pointed toward Earth moving over 600 miles per second can disturb the upper atmosphere enough to disrupt radio signals and affect electronic systems in satellites both in space and on the ground.Between November 5-8, 2013, a big sunspot (tagged AR1890) erupted off the surface of the Sun and produced an intense X3-class solar flare. AR1890 has calmed down a bit, but scientists believe this could be the calm before the storm.

The expanding Jupiter-sized sunspot has a “beta-gamma-delta” magnetic field that harbors energy for future strong flares. NOAA forecasters estimate a 50% chance of M-class flares, and a 20% chance of X-flares on November 10th.

Big Quakes
No one can predict when large earthquakes will occur - or where – but keep an eye on the Sun (not literally), and monitor the M-class and X-flares this month. And keep your feet firmly on the ground.http://www.extinctionth eory.com/
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#7 Nov 13, 2013
4,300 evacuated, as eruption at Indonesia’s Mt. Sinabung volcano intensifies:

November 12, 2013 – INDONESIA - As many as 4,300 residents in five villages in Karo regency, North Sumatra, were evacuated following increasing threats of volcanic ash, pyroclastic flows and molten lava, caused by Mount Sinabung’s strong eruptions on Monday. The recent evacuation was carried out on Monday when a joint team comprising personnel from the police, the Indonesian Military (TNI), and the local administration evacuated 2,500 residents in Gurukinayan village. Karo regency administration spokesman Jhonson Tarigan said residents in Gurukinayan were evacuated because the village, located around 4 kilometers from the volcano, was already covered in volcanic ash. Jhonson added that the government refused to risk allowing residents to remain in their homes as volcanic ash emitted by the volcano had reached the village.“Mount Sinabung again erupted strongly [on Monday] and discharged volcanic ash, pyroclastic flows and molten lava. The eruption threatened residents living in Gurukinayan, so we have evacuated them,” Jhonson told The Jakarta Post. He said the volcano erupted twice on Monday morning, the first at 6:14 a.m. and the second at 7 a.m. He added the first eruption was more powerful, spewing volcanic ash as high as 4,000 meters, followed by pyroclastic clouds and molten lava that flowed down the slopes of the mountain between 500 and 1,000 meters from the crater. Jhonson said during the first eruption, volcanic ash reached Gurukinayan village and caused panic among residents. The village, he added, was not included in the danger zone as it is located beyond the 3-kilometer radius.

Jhonson said residents from five villages had been evacuated following the first eruption two weeks ago. Four of the five villages are located within the 3-kilometer radius. They are Simacem, Bekerah, Suka Meriah and Mardinding, while Gurukinayan is located outside the 3-kilometer danger zone.“We have evacuated 4,300 people from the five villages,” said Jhonson, adding the evacuees were accommodated in a number of shelters in Kabanjahe, Tiga Nderket, Paung and Namanteran districts. Disaster Response commander Lt. Col. Meyer Putong, who is also Tanah Karo Military Command chief, said the evacuees’ were in good condition. He added they were not allowed to return home until conditions improved.“Mount Sinabung erupts almost every day, so conditions aren’t safe for evacuees to return home,” Putong said, adding the emergency response status was still imposed. The Karo regency administration has declared an emergency response period following the increasing frequency of Mount Sinabung’s eruptions since Nov. 5. The imposition of the emergency response period has forced evacuees, who are mainly farmers, to suffer losses. Their farms can no longer be tilled as they are covered by thick ash. North Sumatra Agriculture Office head M. Roem said farmers suffered losses of more than Rp 4 billion (US$345,930) due to the eruptions.–Jakarta Post
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#8 Nov 14, 2013
6.0+ Quakes Shake The Poles – Again
Large quakes have been occurring at both the North and South Poles, again. The closer these quakes occur to one another signals more movement at the poles.

When polar earthquakes occur, the Earth’s axis is rocking back and forth in small arcs seeking balance like a tightrope walker wobbles in the middle of a suspended rope.

Every planet balances on its axis much like a tightrope walker balances on a wire suspended in the air. When that balance is disrupted, instability occurs at the poles, more wobbling results, and more earthquakes occur at both of the poles.North Pole
The movement started with a 6.6 magnitude quake at Ust’ Kamchatsk, Russia.

A 6.1 quake followed east of Kamchatsk at Amatignak, Alaska.South Pole
The Scotia Sea, Antarctica responded with a 6.1 magnitude quake just hours later.
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#9 Nov 15, 2013
Super Typhoon Haiyan - Pole Shift and Last Weeks Comparison:Posted by Nancy Lieder on November 12, 2013 at 12:26pm
Can the damage Haiyan caused to the Philippines be compared to events we have predicted for the Last Weeks or the Pole Shift? Yes and no. The Pole Shift itself will be larger in almost all respects – magnitude 9 earthquakes worldwide and ocean sloshing to a height of 500 to 600 feet. Where the Philippines recently experienced a magnitude 7.2 quake, this was not simultaneous with the tides and winds, nor did the height of the storm surge even approach that predicted for the Severe Wobble – 200 to 300 feet. And in that aid is rushing into the region, this does not replicate the worldwide disaster of the Pole Shift, where aid will not be rushing at all.

Where comparisons can be made are with the human condition and response. The devastation is so widespread that aid will and is being delayed for many, and they are responding accordingly. The human drama is predictable. Social rules break down, so that theft and looting occur. The strong will then take from the weak, and furtive cases of cannibalism may occur in the dead of night. Water borne diseases causing dysentery will be rampant, and festering injuries causing septicemia will appear, as will pneumonia among the elderly. To the extent that aid is delayed past this point, Haiyan will show what is in store for many in the future.

We have stressed that regions of the world such as Indonesia and Central America and the Caribbean will be devastated during the Pole Shift, survival at all very iffy. We have stressed that regions of the world such as Siberia and the Amazon and Mississippi basins can expected to be flooded, leaving survivors stranded. We have stressed that coastlines subject to ocean sloshing will be devastated during the Pole Shift and Severe Wobbles of the Last Weeks. Will storms increase,
http://www.zetatalk.com/poleshft/p61.htm
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#10 Nov 15, 2013
Dangerous New Eruption at Sumatra's Sinabung Volcano

Superheated ash and gas flowing down the slopes of Indonesia's Sinabung volcano signals the intensity of eruptions may be increasing at the fiery mountain, according to local officials.

More than 5,000 people have been evacuated from towns and villages in North Sumatra's Karo Regency since Mount Sinabung awoke in October after a three-year dormancy. Karo is an agricultural region that supplies vegetables for surrounding islands. The evacuation and devastating ash fall have affected crop harvests, leading to higher prices on vegetables and chilies elsewhere in Indonesia, according to the Jakarta Post.

http://news.yahoo.com/dangerous-eruption-suma...
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#11 Nov 16, 2013
Yellowstone Supervolcano Alert: The Most Dangerous Volcano In America Is Roaring To Life:Michael Snyder

Right now, the ground underneath Yellowstone National Park is rising at a record rate. In fact, it is rising at the rate of about three inches per year. The reason why this is such a concern is because underneath the park sits the Yellowstone supervolcano – the largest volcano in North America. Scientists tell us that it is inevitable that it will erupt again one day, and when it does the devastation will be almost unimaginable. A full-blown eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano would dump a 10 foot deep layer of volcanic ash up to 1,000 miles away, and it would render much of the United States uninhabitable. When most Americans think of Yellowstone, they tend to conjure up images of Yogi Bear and “Old Faithful”, but the truth is that sleeping underneath Yellowstone is a volcanic beast that could destroy our nation in a single day and now that beast is starting to wake up.
The Yellowstone supervolcano is so vast that it is hard to put it into words. According to the Daily Mail, the magma “hotspot” underneath Yellowstone is approximately 300 miles wide…
The Yellowstone Caldera is one of nature’s most awesome creations and sits atop North America’s largest volcanic fieldRead the rest

http://www.infowars.com/yellowstone-supervolc...
SpaceBlues

United States

#12 Nov 16, 2013
Found an Illinois burial of coal miners massacred in 1922 during a labor dispute at a local coal mine.
LessHypeMoreFact

Orleans, Canada

#13 Nov 16, 2013
I;ve never seen so much spam by one guy. Must be a student or something.

He even sais that we don't know enough about how the earths magnetic field is generated, yet he then 'runs his model forward' and forecasts a pole reversal. Like a stopped clock, eventually he will be right..
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#14 Nov 18, 2013
Day of Death: 50 tornadoes tear through U.S. Midwest, leaving 5 dead:
Emergency workers arrived at a neighborhood in Illinois after tornadoes touched down to find scenes eerily reminiscent of the destruction seen in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan made landfall.

November 18, 2013 – ILLINOIS – A fast-moving storm system triggered multiple tornadoes on Sunday, killing at least five people, injuring about 40 and flattening large parts of the city of Washington, Illinois as it tore across the Midwest, officials said. The storm also forced the Chicago Bears to halt their game against the Baltimore Ravens and encourage fans at Soldier Field to seek shelter as menacing clouds rolled in. Chicago’s two major airports also briefly stopped traffic with the metropolitan area was under a tornado watch. The city of Washington, Illinois, was hit especially hard by what the National Weather Service called a ‘large and extremely dangerous tornado.“It’s a sad day in Washington. The devastation is just unbelievable. You just can’t imagine. It looks like a war zone in our community,” said Washington Mayor Gary Manier.“It’s kind of widespread and went right through our community of 15,000 people,” he added, saying hundreds of homes in the town, 145 miles southwest of Chicago, had been destroyed. The state Emergency Management Agency said one person was killed in Washington. Thirty-one people injured by the storm were being treated at St. Francis Medical Center, one of the main hospitals in nearby Peoria, according to hospital spokeswoman Amy Paul. Eight had traumatic injuries.
http://www.kiiitv.com/story/23993076/severe-w...

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"the green troll"

#15 Nov 18, 2013
LessHypeMoreFact wrote:
I;ve never seen so much spam by one guy. Must be a student or something.
He even sais that we don't know enough about how the earths magnetic field is generated, yet he then 'runs his model forward' and forecasts a pole reversal. Like a stopped clock, eventually he will be right..
A magnet crank.
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#16 Nov 18, 2013
South Pole’s Scotia Sea is Moving – Head’s Up.
If you ever questioned the “Pole Shift” theory, you won’t after you check this out …The South Pole is moving, experiencing large earthquakes located at the subduction zone in the Scotia Sea. This is proof that the poles are, indeed, shifting.Over the past 24 hours, the South Pole has experienced the following earthquakes in the Scotia Sea:
6.8
4.6
4.8
5.3
5.1
5.4
5.2
4.7
5.1
4.7
4.9
7.8
4.7
5.3
4.9
4.8
5.0
5.2
4.6
5.0
4.7
5.7
5.3
4.7
5.0
4.9
5.0
4.9
5.0
4.8
4.6
4.8
4.6
4.7
What Does This Mean?
When the South Pole shifts to this level, the North Pole will respond with a proportionate shifting. Then, the Earth’s equator will respond, and, eventually, the weakest parts of the Earth’s crust, globally, will shift.There are some major earthquakes yet to come within the next 10 days. Be on the look out – keep watch for increased earthquake activity. http://www.extinctiontheory.com/
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#17 Nov 20, 2013
1-Mexico’s Colima volcano goes ballistic after weeks of relative calm
2-Increased activity reported at volcanoes in Guatemala and Vanuatu
3-Italy’s Mt. Etna spews fire in dramatic night time eruption
4-Tower of ash overshadows life beneath Indonesia’s erupting volcano
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#18 Nov 21, 2013
1-Radius expands around Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano after increase in emissions.
2-Japan’s Nishino-shima volcano creates new island: first eruption in 40 years.
3-Mexico’s Colima volcano goes ballistic after weeks of relative calm.
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/
Zoltan Imre

Budapest, Hungary

#19 Nov 25, 2013
Black ‘hail’ rains down on Italian town after eruption:
November 25, 2013 – ITALY – An Italian photographer has filmed a town being blanketed in stone and ash as it fell from the sky like hail stones after Mt Etna erupted again on Saturday. Footage shows the town covered in inches of black ash spewed out by the volcano and pushed hundreds of kilometers across the Strait of Messina from Sicily to the mainland. It rained down from dark cloud above and spread over the town’s streets and cars. Some residents used umbrellas to shield them from the chunks of ash that were almost 2cm in size. Mt Etna has erupted several times this year, one as recently as Saturday 16 November, but its last major eruption was in 1992. There were no evacuations from yesterday’s eruption, but a highway was closed for half-an-hour and four air corridors that service Sicily’s Catania Airport, south of the volcano, were closed for some time.– Nine MSN
http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/2013/11/24/1...
Istvan Molnar

Budapest, Hungary

#20 Nov 26, 2013
It seems to me that the Earth is really changing its magnetic field. Jamal Shrair is right.
7 Volcanoes Erupt in 6 Countries Hours Apart; Is It Another Doomsday Omen?(SPECTACULAR VIDEOS)
http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/524712/2013112...

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