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Mass die-offs from human impact and planetary response to the assault could occur by early 2016

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900 DAYS LEFT

Posted by feww on September 24, 2013

Chances are homo sapiens sapiens won’t get their act together in 900 days!!

Unlike lemmings, which seemingly have a self-implemented population-density management plan, the “mass suicide” of homo ignarus, stemming from their pathological death wish and guaranteed by their unsustainable life styles, was in the making for quite some time…

SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 900 Days Left

FIRE-EARTH Climate Models show climate change forcings and feedbacks switching global weather patterns onto “primordial tracks.”

FIRE-EARTH Population Models show mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur as early as 2016.

Critical Planetary Overload

Global Disasters: Links, Forecasts and Background

Collapse in Progress

The Chances Are

…  the homo ignarus attempted to silence everyone through fear-mongering, mass spying and blanket censorship… and might well have succeeded… had they not ran out of time…

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Gulf Oil Disaster: Predictable and Preventable

Posted by feww on July 11, 2010

Ominous Facts About the Gulf Oil Disaster

Since 2004 the blog Moderators, their colleagues and affiliates have warned about Earth’s Terminal Energy (ETE)

Have warned:

U.S., the world, stake the future on high-energy strategies. Energy models’ simulations show all such strategies ending in collapse. EDRO

Forecast the first wave of collapse

And presaged the extinction of the Energy Dinosaurs:

Our energy models have forecast with high degree of accuracy the rate and timeline of the collapse.

Gulf Oil Disaster: Ominous Facts

  1. The Gulf of Mexico Oil Disaster was Predictable and Preventable
  2. It was UNNECESSARY.
  3. The disaster could probably set the stage for the regional, national, international and ultimately global collapse.

Deadly Oil Slick in the Gulf of Mexico


Photo-like image of Gulf of Mexico was captured by MODIS on NASA’s Terra satellite on July 9, as oil floated across the region around the Mississippi River Delta. Beyond the area where the Sun’s reflection would have appeared, however, oil may make the water surface look unusually dark rather than bright. The dark arc in the water east of Timbalier Bay may also be oil; it is consistent with oil locations identified with radar images of the area captured on July 8. Source: NASA E/O.  Click image to enlarge. Download large image (5 MB, JPEG)

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To the ‘Survivors’ of Man-made Planetary Cataclysms

Posted by feww on May 23, 2010

This blog has now been dedicated to the ‘survivors’ of the planetary collapse forced by man-made cataclysms

The blog Moderators believe that in less than a decade from now the total human population on Earth will fall below 200,000 people.

Most of the ‘survivors’ would be highly evolved, ethical and altruistic humans with the ability to overcome the immense difficulties they will have inherited . . .

Nevertheless, the Moderators believe by identifying the major man-made obstacles that stand in the way, they could, for their part, help to keep the flow of life on this planet uninterrupted.

The Moderators 

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Greece on Fire!

Posted by feww on August 23, 2009

Athens Fires May Torch Marathon!

At least 100 forest blazes have started throughout Greece in less than a day torching the worst record set in 2007, officials said.

Fires in Greece
Up to 80 large forest fires torch Greece. The worst blazes are occurring in areas where homes are built among trees, reducing the forests, natural resistence to fire. Photo AP. Image may be subject to copyright.

Summary of events:

  • Fires are spreading through northern suburb of  Athens, the Greek capital.
  • The government has  declared a state of emergency in the area.
  • The fires have spread as far north as the towns of Grammatiko and Varnavas, and are also threatening the town of Marathon.
  • Thousands of hectares of forest, farmland  and olive groves have been blackened; many homes and structure have been destroyed.
  • Gale-force winds are intensifying the blazes, which started late Friday, intensifying  overnight through Saturday
  • Fire crews are trying to prevent the fires from reaching Pendeli, a famous suburb of the capital with spectacular view of Athens.
  • “Much of Pendeli mountain was destroyed in 2007, and further erosion of the treeline would be an ecological disaster,” the BBC’s reporter in Athens said.
  • The 2007 forest fires on mainland blackened 6% of Greece’s tree cover, killing 70 people.
  • “The fires are further contributing to the deforestation of the mountains around Athens. Three of the four mountains surrounding the capital have already been stripped of their trees by fire,” BBC added.
  • In July thousands of hectares of forest and farmland were incinerated across the Mediterranean in France, Greece, Italy and Spain, aided by heat waves and dry conditions.

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“We were completely surprised!”

Posted by feww on May 27, 2009

In Thought for the Day: A 2009 Forecast co-moderator TERRES said:

The most widely used phrase by “scientists” in 2009

“We were completely surprised!”


Surprised! (source: bp1.blogger.com). Image may be subject to copyright.

UN’s Ban Ki Moon: Pace of Climate Change “very serious and alarming.”

“The impact of climate change is accelerating at an ‘alarming’ pace and urgent action must be taken, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Wednesday.” Reuters reported.


U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks to a reporter after arriving in Vantas, Finland in this May 25, 2009 file photo. The impact of climate change is accelerating at an “alarming” pace and urgent action must be taken, Ban said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lehtikuva/Sari Gustafsson. Image may be subject to copyright.

“What is frightening is that the scientists are now reviewing their predictions, recognizing that climate change impact is accelerating at a much faster pace,” Ban said, referring to the ongoing fifth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

“This is very serious and alarming. That is why I have been urging that if we take any action, we must take action now regardless of where you are coming from. Rich and poor countries, we must address this issue together,” Ban said.

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