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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 86

Posted by feww on April 15, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 86 has been released.

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 85

Posted by feww on April 13, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 85 has been released.

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No. of Days left: 696

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 84

Posted by feww on April 12, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 84 has been released.

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No. of Days left: 697

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 83

Posted by feww on April 9, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 83 has been released.

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No. of Days left: 700

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 82

Posted by feww on April 6, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 82 has been released.

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Two Powefull Aftershocks Rock N Chile Coast

Posted by feww on April 3, 2014

NEW EARTHQUAKE WARNING
MEGA EARTHQUAKE IN PERU-CHILE TRENCH
POWERFUL AFTERSHOCKS FROM M8.2
DISASTER DECLARED FOR EQ ZONE
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Magnitudes 7.6 and 6.4 Aftershocks Strike Northern Chile Coast

Details of  Significant Aftershocks Measuring ≥5.0 April 3 UTC

  • M5.2, 82km WSW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 04:17:57 UTC depth of 18.2 km
  • M4.5, 50km WSW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 04:04:45 UTC depth of 20.0 km
  • M5.1, 77km WNW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 03:45:55 UTC depth of 21.3 km
  • M5.8, 76km SW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 03:11:14 UTC depth of 10.0 km
  • M5.6, 71km SW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 02:56:06 UTC depth of 16.7 km
  • M7.6, 19km S of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 02:43:17 UTC depth of 40.0 km
  • M6.4, 47km W of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 01:58:29 UTC depth of 10.0 km

Tsunami alerts have been issued.

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Earthquake Location Map. SOURCE: USGS/EHP

FIRE-EARTH FORECAST:  Mega Earthquake Could Strike Peru-Chile Trench in the next three weeks with a probability of 54%.

See below for details:

Forecast Earthquake Details

Provisional Magnitude: 9.4Mw
Provisional Location: 17.8°S, 72.1°W
Provisional Depth: 12 km
Date/Time: April 3 – April 30 2014

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 81

Posted by feww on April 2, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 81 has been released.

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 77

Posted by feww on March 19, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 77 has been released.

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More Hazardous Weather Plagues U.S.

Posted by feww on March 17, 2014

EXTREME WEATHER & CLIMATIC EVENTS
MULTIPLE HAZARD  WARNINGS
.

Unusually late winter storm pounding U.S. Mid-Atlantic

Late winter storm impacting central Appalachians and mid-Atlantic through Monday, just 4 days before the spring, dumping between six and 13.5 inches (34cm) of snow on parts of West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and southern New Jersey, shutting schools and federal offices and forcing hundreds of flight cancellations. The hardest hit area was Washington, D.C., said NWS. .

High wind and warm weather over the Desert Southwest has prompted NWS to issue Red Flag Warnings for large parts of at least seven states, including Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas , Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas.

Hazardous weather warnings include Winter Storm Warning, High Wind Warning, Flood Warning, Gale Warning and Red Flag Warning.

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Weather Hazards Map (Hazmap)  for Monday, March 17, 2014. Issued at 14:26UTC. Source: NWS.
UPDATE

National Low and High Temperature
(for the contiguous United States)
Issued by NWS Weather Prediction Center at 8 am EDT Monday, March 17, 2014

  • Low
    • -29ºC (-20 degrees) at Berlin, NH
    • -29ºC at Mount Washington, NH
  • High
    • 34.5ºC (94 degrees) at Miramar NAS, CA
    • 34.5ºC  at Death Valley, CA

Temperature spread (calculated by FIRE-EARTH) = 63.5ºC (114.3 degrees).

Compare:

National Low and High Temperature – Issued 7 pm EST Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Low: -38ºC (-37 degrees) at Embarrass, MN
  • High: 29ºC  (84 degrees) at Camarillo, CA

Temperature spread for Jan. 21 was 67ºC (121 degrees).

FIRE-EARTH Forecast

On January 7, 2014 FIRE-EARTH said [Google and WordPress censored]:

FIRE-EARTH Models show more Extreme Weather Events could wreak havoc across North America in the coming days and weeks.

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FIRE-EARTH Forecast: Large Earthquake Could Strike Peru-Chile Trench

Posted by feww on March 17, 2014

EARTHQUAKE WARNING
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FEWW Earthquake Forecast for Chile

FIRE-EARTH Models show a large earthquake could strike along Peru-Chile Trench in the coming weeks.

Forecast Details

  • Magnitude: ≥8.2Mw
  • Location: 23.6°S, 70.8ºW
  • Depth: 30km
  • Time: March 17 – April 29, 2014
  • Probability of Occurrence: 75%

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 76

Posted by feww on March 16, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 76 has been released.

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 73

Posted by feww on March 12, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 73 has been released.

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No. of Days left: 728

 

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 72

Posted by feww on March 9, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 72 has been released.

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 71

Posted by feww on March 5, 2014

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 71 has been released.

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No. of Days left: 735

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Major Event Forecast

Posted by feww on February 10, 2014

V. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

Members who have not received a copy of FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NOs. 62 – 65 must obtain a copy NOW.

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Tidal Surge Floods Western, Southern Scotland

Posted by feww on January 4, 2014

EXTREME CLIMATIC & WEATHER EVENTS
.

A massive tidal surge combined with severe gale force winds inundate coastal areas of western and southern Scotland

Homes in the Isle of Whithorn, Portpatrick, Garlieston, Kirkcudbright, Annan, Carsethorn, Powfoot and Port William have been flooded.

Southwest of Scotland is one of the worst-hit areas, having suffered similar flooding earlier in the week, with numerous properties inundated along the coastline of Dumfries and Galloway, reported BBC.

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Tidal surge plunges into Scotland. Image credit: PA/ via BBC.

High tides and strong winds have also caused flooding in Wales and western England as officials warn of a continuing threat in the UK coastal areas.

The UK Environment Agency has issued four severe flood warnings, meaning “danger to life” for Gloucestershire and Dorset.

Earlier on Friday, residents in parts of Dorset and Aberystwyth were evacuated from their homes before the high tide on Friday night, said the report.

Forecast for the UK

In November 2009,  EDRO/FIRE-EARTH forecast, based on our Models, Climate Change could directly affect about half the population in the UK within 3 to 5  years.

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FIRE-EARTH FORECAST 2014 – [Part I]

Posted by feww on December 29, 2013

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

Members Messages – December 29, 2013

FIRE-EARTH Forecast for 2014 [Part I]  has now been released.

Non-members
Please note that the 2014 FIRE-EARTH Forecast will NOT be made public to prevent repeat abuse of important information that has been perpetrated by third parties in the past.

Forecasts, concepts, ideas and information [even the format and technical terms used by the moderators] posted on FIRE-EARTH have been/are being hijacked/plagiarized, twisted and misrepresented by various Internet sites, including

  • Google-affiliated commercial and advertising blogs,
  • Special interest sites like the “Cabal News Network,” “‘Greek’ post,” and various “tabloids,”
  • NSA-sponsored blogs and disinformation networks, such as the “end-world prophecy,” “extinction,” “die-off protocol,” “poleshift,” “‘shame’ progress,” “2012 and beyond,” “Planet X, Nibiru,” and numerous other spin sites.

In fact, nearly all of the so-called disaster blogs that have mushroomed since early 2010 fit in one or more of the above categories.

For a list of the perpetrators, google the Internet using search terms associated with disaster topics and you’ll find the worst of those spin-doctors displayed prominently (top 40, or higher), often repeatedly, in the search results.

NOTE:   FIRE-EARTH Bulletins are released at such times and frequency to make it highly improbable to establish a pattern with global disasters that may proceed them.

Traders who continue to relate the two will do so at their own expense.

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URGENT – FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 54

Posted by feww on December 24, 2013

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 54 has been released

NOTE:   FIRE-EARTH Bulletins are released at such times and frequency to make it highly improbable to establish a pattern with global disasters that may proceed them.

Traders who continue to relate the two will do so at their own expense.

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FIRE-EARTH Forecast for 2014

Posted by feww on December 16, 2013

VIA- amended

Members Messages – December 16, 2013

FIRE-EARTH Forecast for 2014 [Part I]  will be released to members on Sunday December 29, 2013.

Non-members

Please note that the 2014 FIRE-EARTH Forecast will NOT be made public to prevent repeat abuse of important information that has been perpetrated by third parties in the past.

Forecasts, ideas and information posted on FIRE-EARTH blog have been hijacked, twisted and misused by commercial Internet sites, including Google-affiliated blogs and others, “the Cabal News Network,” “the ‘Greek post,’” “tabloids,” NSA-sponsored blogs, “end-world prophecy,” “extinction,” “die-off protocol,” “poleshift,” “‘shame’ progress,” “2012 and beyond,” “Planet X, Nibiru,” and many other spin sites.

For a comprehensive list of the perpetrators, google the Internet using search terms associated with disaster topics and you’ll find the worst of those spin-doctors displayed prominently (top 40, or higher), often repeatedly, in the search results.

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PHAILIN: A Perfect Super Cyclone

Posted by feww on October 12, 2013

Super Cyclone PHAILIN Packs Even More Power

The perfectly symmetrical textbook Super Cyclonic Storm PHAILIN has further intensified, packing winds of about 270km per hour with wind gusts reaching 330km per hour.

FIRE-EARTH forecasts the cyclone could slightly intensify to a peak of about 275km/hr over the next 6 hours due to favorable sea surface temperatures and atmospheric conditions.

phailin textbook super cyclone
Super Cyclonic Storm PHAILIN has a well-defined 30km-wide eye. VIS/IR Satellite Image recorded at 00:30UTC on October 12, 2013. Source: CIMSS/SSEC/WISC. FIRE-EARTH Enhancement.

Super Cyclonic Storm PHAILIN

  • Time: 03:00UTC on October 12, 2013
  • Movement: NW – 305 degrees @ 13km/hr
  • Position: Near 17.7ºN, 86.7ºE
  • Location: About 585km SSW of Kolkata (202 degrees), India
  • Max Sustained Winds: 270km/hr  [Super Cyclonic Storm]
  • Max Wind Gusts: 330km/hr
  • Significant Wave Height: ~ 10m
  • Estimated Landfall Location and Time: Southwest of Brahmapur [REVISED] at about 18:00UTC on October 12, 2013. [JTWC estimate: Northeast of Visakhapatnam, Near 19.17ºN, 84.82E]
  • Source: FIRE-EARTH and others

PHAILIN is a “28-hr” Super Storm!

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a ‘Red Message’ warning for North Andhra Pradesh and Odisha Coast concerning the impact of the “very severe cyclonic storm PHAILIN.”

Next update after landing!

The 1999 Odisha Cyclone [aka, Cyclone 05B, and Paradwip]

The 1999 Odisha cyclone was the deadliest tropical cyclone to hit India since 1971. The Category Five super storm made landfall just weeks after a category 4 storm had hit the same region.

The deadly cyclone hit India on October 29, 1999 with sustained winds of about 250km/hr, killing an estimated 15,000 people and carving a path of destruction.

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Millions Flee Monster Cyclone PHAILIN

Posted by feww on October 11, 2013

A million evacuated, millions more flee their homes as “terminator cyclone” approaches India

Massive waves have begun pounding eastern India’s coastline more than a day before Super Cyclone PHAILIN is forecast to hit India.

The monster cyclone, which measured about 1,600km in diameter, filling the entire Bay of Bengal several hours ago, is expected to cause sever damage to homes, crops, roads, bridges and other public infrastructure, as well as major disruption to power and water supplies and rail services.

  • Indian authorities have issued a cyclone high alert for nine coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh and All 14 coastal districts in Odisha have been put on high alert, five of them – Ganjam, Gajapati, Khurda, Puri, Jagatsinghpur – expected to be worst hit.
  • Mass evacuations are underway.
  • Andhra Pradesh government has put the navy, army and air force on standby for emergency and relief operations.

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Super Cyclonic Storm PHAILIN. IR Satellite Image recorded at 11:30UTC on October 11, 2013. Source: CIMSS/SSEC/WISC.

Super Cyclonic Storm PHAILIN

  • Time: 13:00UTC on October 11, 2013
  • Movement: NW – 305 degrees @ 7km/hr
  • Position: Near 16.4ºN, 87.7ºE
  • Location: About 670km SSW (187 degrees)  of Kolkata, India
  • Max Sustained Winds: 260km/hr  [Super Cyclonic Storm]
  • Max Wind Gusts: 320km/hr
  • Significant Wave Height: ~ 10m
  • Estimated Landfall Time and  Location: about 16:00UTC on October 12, 2013. … Being revised … [JTWC estimate: Near 19.1ºN, 84.79E ]
  • Source: FIRE-EARTH, JTWC and others

On October 10, 2013 FIRE-EARTH forecast that PHAILIN could become a super storm.

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Super Cyclonic Storm PHAILIN. VIS/IR Satellite Image recorded at 11:30UTC on October 11, 2013. Source: CIMSS/SSEC/WISC. FIRE-EARTH Enhancement.

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The 1999 Odisha Cyclone [aka, Cyclone 05B, and Paradwip]

The 1999 Odisha cyclone was the deadliest tropical cyclone to hit India since 1971. The Category Five super storm made landfall just weeks after a category 4 storm had hit the same region.

The deadly cyclone hit India on October 29, 1999 with sustained winds of about 250km/hr, killing an estimated 15,000 people and carving a path of destruction.

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PHAILIN Becomes a Super Cyclonic Storm

Posted by feww on October 11, 2013

PHAILIN could be deadlier than 1999 ODISHA Cyclone

PHAILIN officially became a Super Cyclonic Storm short time ago, as forecast by FIRE-EARTH, packing sustained winds in excess of 250km per hour.

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Super Cyclonic Storm PHAILIN. VIS/IR Satellite Image recorded at 01:30UTC on October 11, 2013. Source: CIMSS/SSEC/WISC. FIRE-EARTH Enhancement.

Super Cyclonic Storm PHAILIN

  • Time: 04:00UTC on October 11, 2013
  • Movement: WNW – 285 degrees @ 10km/hr
  • Position: Near 16.1ºN, 88.4ºE
  • Max Sustained Winds: 260km/hr  [Super Cyclonic Storm]
  • Max Wind Gusts: 320km/hr
  • Estimated Landfall Location and Time:  Near Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh, India at about 11:00UTC on October 12, 2013. [NOTE: JTWC forecast landfall position: Near 18.95ºN 84.66ºE ]
  • Source: FIRE-EARTH, JTWC and others

On October 10, 2013 FIRE-EARTH forecast that PHAILIN could become a super storm.

PHAILIN Projected Path 11oct13
Super Cyclonic Storm PHAILIN – Projected Path as of 04:30UTC on October 11, 2013. Source: CIMSS/SSEC/WISC.

FIRE-EARTH Forecast

  • PHAILIN is expected to strengthen further [sustained wind of 270-275km/hr, wind gusts of up to 330km/hr ] and would likely make landfall with super cyclonic force.
  • The potentially deadly storm WILL impact East India’s entire coastline, as well as most of Bangladesh.

Other Details/ News

  • Indian authorities have issued a cyclone high alert for nine coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh.
  • Mass evacuations are underway.
  • All 14 coastal districts in Odisha have been put on high alert, five of them – Ganjam, Gajapati, Khurda, Puri, Jagatsinghpur – expected to be worst hit.
  • Andhra Pradesh government has put the navy, army and air force on standby for emergency and relief operations.

The 1999 Odisha Cyclone [aka, Cyclone 05B, and Paradwip]

The 1999 Odisha cyclone was the deadliest tropical cyclone to hit India since 1971. The Category Five super storm made landfall just weeks after a category 4 storm had hit the same region.

The deadly cyclone hit India on October 29, 1999 with sustained winds of about 250km/hr, killing an estimated 15,000 people and carving a path of destruction.

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 38

Posted by feww on September 16, 2013

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 38

Coming soon. Stay tuned!

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FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 37

Posted by feww on September 15, 2013

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 37

Coming soon. Stay tuned!

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Sudden Surges in Atmospheric CO2: FIRE-EARTH Forecast

Posted by feww on July 23, 2013

Just when you thought it couldn’t possibly get much …

FIRE-EARTH Models show unprecedented surges in atmospheric CO2 concentrations starting 2014. The massive increases could be as much as 10 – 15 times any rises ever recorded.

To minimize abuse of this forecast by the usual culprits and dozens of newcomers, FIRE-EARTH won’t release further details at this time.

global co2 may2013
The graph shows recent monthly mean carbon dioxide globally averaged over marine surface sites. The Global Monitoring Division of NOAA/Earth System Research Laboratory has measured carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases for several decades at a globally distributed network of air sampling sites [Conway, 1994]. A global average is constructed by first fitting a smoothed curve as a function of time to each site, and then the smoothed value for each site is plotted as a function of latitude for 48 equal time steps per year. A global average is calculated from the latitude plot at each time step [Masarie, 1995]. Go here for more details on how global means are calculated.  Click for a comparison with recent trends in carbon dioxide at Mauna Loa, Hawaii, which has the longest continuous record of direct atmospheric CO2 measurements. Image and caption: ESRL/NOAA

Index of Human Impact on Nature (HIoN)

FIRE-EARTH - HION Index - 1 JULY 2013 - hsc2
Diagram shows the exponential growth of Human Impact on Nature (HION) between 1960  and July 2013. Source: FIRE-EARTH Real-Time Earth Models. Copyright: FIRE-EARTH Blog Authors.

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