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On Which Planet Was The Fate Of Humans, Earth Decided?

Posted by feww on June 26, 2017

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Zuckerberg Zonks the Zombies, Again!

Background:

When human race was finally consumed, skin, flesh and soul,   alien reptiles from planet Zuckzos celebrated by torching planet Earth.

How was a tiny number of reptiles allowed to destroy life on a planet?

Why did the laws and systems, designed to protect humans, fail to function and instead worked against them, allowing the evil parasites like Zuckerberg, Bezos, Gates, Brin, Page, Adelson… to consume them?

[Prepared by Blog Contributors.]

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Q060105 – Q08

Posted by feww on June 25, 2017

A060105 – A08 via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

[FIRE-EARTH Science]

 

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Forest Fires Force Mass Evacuations in Southern Spain

Posted by feww on June 25, 2017

Wildfires Plague Spain, Portugal and Greece

As many as 1,000 people have been evacuated from homes, and tourist accommodations in southern Spain as major forest fires continued to spread.

Much of Spain is on high alert for wildfires due to a major heatwave. A massive blaze was reported near the municipality of Moguer in the province of Huelva, Andalusia [pop: 500,000,] in southern Spain on Saturday night, authorities said.

Up to 70 people were killed in an apocalyptic forest fire in neighboring Portugal last week.

Forest fires have also been reported on several Greek islands, including the island of Chios.

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Servus Dominum et Homo Ignarus Vulgus Exitiabilis (HIVE)

Posted by feww on June 25, 2017

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Zombies and Slave Masters

Background:

A tiny sub species of human race are driving the planet to imminent destruction, followed by the sleepwalking HIVE.

[Prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science.]

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FIRE-EARTH V-E Alert: KFN3

Posted by feww on June 25, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH V-E Alert: KFN3

[Issued by FIRE-EARTH Science Team.]

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Strong Earthquake Rocks Center of Japan

Posted by feww on June 25, 2017

G-203L

Strong, shallow earthquake strikes Nagano Pref. Japan

EQ Details [from Japan Weather]

Magnitude: 5.7 [Max. Intensity on JP Scale: 5+]
Location: 35.9N, 137.6E
Depth: “very shallow”
Region: Nagano Pref.
Time: 22:02UTC,  24 Jun 2017

Nearby Places:

  • Ina, Japan, 31 km W; Population: 62,104
  • Iida, 38 km  NNW; Population: 107,111
  • Nakatsugawa, 38 km NNE; Population: 55,011
  • Tatsuno, 39 km WSW; Population: 21,499
  • Kōfu, 88 km W; Population: 190,000

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Q-060102 – Q-04

Posted by feww on June 24, 2017

A-060101 – A-04 via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

[FIRE-EARTH Science]

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Notice of Resolution: Withdrawal of SEM Support 062401

Posted by feww on June 24, 2017

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Notice of withdrawal of SEM Support for multiple regions

FIRE-EARTH Science Team has resolved to withdraw SEM Support, as of today, for the following areas in N. America, Europe:

  • 2763
  • 5147
  • 5358

Details available from FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

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FIRE-EARTH E-E ALERT – 062401

Posted by feww on June 24, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH E-E ALERT – 062401

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State of Emergency Declared in Arizona

Posted by feww on June 24, 2017

Emergency declared in response to multiple wildfires burning in Arizona

Ariz. Governor Declares State Of Emergency, Calls For Additional Resources To Fight Wildfires

In response to increased wildfire activity around Arizona, the governor has declared a state of emergency and directed additional resources be made available for the state’s wildfire suppression efforts. Since April 2017, Arizona has experienced more than one dozen large wildfires, aided by high temperatures, winds, and available fuels, said an official statement.

Arizona has experienced at least 12 large wildfires since April including Lizard Fire (16,000 acres) burning 25km east of Benson, the Boundary Fire burning on Kendrick Mountain northwest of Flagstaff (12,000 acres) and the Encino Fire burning in Sonoita 80km southwest of Tucson(1,500 acres, destroying six homes, and prompting mass evacuation orders).

Arizona Declares Statewide Health Emergency In Opioid Epidemic

Arizona Governor signed an emergency declaration on June 5 to address the growing number of opioid deaths in our state.

Data from the Arizona Department of Health Services shows in 2016, 790 Arizonans died from opioid overdoses — an average of more than two people per day. The trend shows an alarming increase of 74 percent over the past four years. Today’s declaration by the governor directs the Arizona Department of Health Services to rapidly respond to this public health emergency.

“As the number of opioid overdoses and deaths increase at an alarming rate, we must take action. It’s time to call this what it is — an emergency,” said Governor Ducey. “Most of us know someone impacted by substance abuse — our family, our friends, our neighbors. Our hearts ache for them, but that isn’t enough. We must do more. I’m declaring a statewide health emergency because we need to know more about the epidemic, including enhanced data that illustrates when and where these overdoses occur so that we can develop real, targeted solutions.”
https://azgovernor.gov/governor/news/2017/06/governor-ducey-declares-statewide-health-emergency-opioid-epidemic

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Q-060101

Posted by feww on June 23, 2017

A-060101 via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

[FIRE-EARTH Science Team.]

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FIRE-EARTH E-E ALERT – 062301 – 02

Posted by feww on June 23, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH E-E ALERT – 062301 – 02

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FIRE-EARTH E-E ALERT – 062301

Posted by feww on June 23, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH E-E ALERT – 062301

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FIRE-EARTH Focus: Alaska

Posted by feww on June 23, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH Focus: Alaska

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Drought and Deluge: 900,000 Sri Lankans Face Famine

Posted by feww on June 22, 2017

Sri Lanka’s Food Production Hit by Extreme Events

Growing food insecurity: Rice production to drop by 40 percent in 2017

Extreme drought followed by floods in Sri Lanka has hit large swaths of cropping areas, threatening the food security of more than 900,000 people in Sri Lanka, said a joint report released by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the UN World Food Program (WFP).

Drought conditions in 2016 and early 2017 led to widespread crop failures, especially the rice paddy – the country’s staple food. Total paddy production in 2017 is forecast at 2.7 million tons, about 40 percent less than the last year’s output.

Other crops, including various pulses, chillies and onion, which rely mainly on rainwater, were also heavily damaged by the dry weather, increasing food insecurity, said the report.

The situation was exacerbated by subsequent heavy rainfalls in May. Floods and landslides in the south-western parts of the country caused deaths, large population displacements and damage to infrastructure. The rains did not ease the water supply constraints in the drought-impacted north-central and eastern parts of the country.

 

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FIRE-EARTH V-E Alert: TRK2

Posted by feww on June 22, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH V-E Alert: TRK2

[Issued by FIRE-EARTH Science Team.]

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Strong Earthquake Strikes Guatemala Coast

Posted by feww on June 22, 2017

GPSC-081-TP

M6.8 quake strikes 23km SW of Puerto San Jose, Guatemala [USGS]

EQ Details:
Magnitude: 6.8mww
Location: 13.753°N, 90.949°W; 46.8 km depth
Time: 017-06-22; 12:31:04 UTC

FIRE-EARTH Reference: 000697 – Update 061901

Other Significant Earthquakes:

M 3.0 – 1km ESE of El Cerrito, California
37.909°N, 122.292°W; 4.6 km depth
2017-06-21, 19:00:20 UTC

M 4.5 – 28km ESE of Hawaiian Ocean View, Hawaii
18.926°N, 155.538°W; 38.1 km depth
2017-06-21, 20:09:06 UTC

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FIRE-EARTH Alert: QMFJ

Posted by feww on June 22, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH Alert: QMFJ

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Scorned former Saudi “crown prince” could be assassinated over Trump bribe secrecy

Posted by feww on June 21, 2017

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– Arabia Report # 25 –

Bin Nayef should reveal details of Trump-Saudi secret deal to save himself

Background:

Saudi Arabia’s Alzheimer “king” Salman has named his 31-year-old son, Mohammed bin Salman, aka “Psycho,” as the new “crown prince,” ousting his nephew, Mohammed bin Nayef, 57.

The scorned and disgraced bin Nayef has reportedly escaped four previous assassination attempts, though he was slightly injured in the third attempt. However, he may not be so lucky next time.

It is entirely plausible he may soon be assassinated on orders from the new “crown prince” out of fear and mistrust. Bin Nayef  knows too much, and he is now a man scorned.

His best life insurance policy would be to go public and reveal everything he knows about the corrupt “royal family” deals, especially the multi-billion-dollar scale of bribes paid by “king” Salman to Trump-Kushner, Inc.

Corrupt to the core, like all other members of the so-called “Saud Kitchen,” bin Nayef himself was implicated in the Panama Papers leaks in 2016.

[Saudi Arabia Report #25 is prepared by an affiliated team of political scientists.]

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FIRE-EARTH Alert: KMND

Posted by feww on June 21, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH Alert: KMND

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Earth experiencing yet another exceptionally warm year –WMO

Posted by feww on June 21, 2017

Earth is Experiencing 2nd Warmest Year to Date

Multiple parts of the globe including regions in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and the United States have experienced extremely high May and June temperatures, with a number of records broken. The heatwaves are unusually early and are occurring as the Earth experiences another exceptionally warm year.

Average global surface temperatures over land and sea were the second highest on record for the first five months of 2017, according to NOAA.

Statement by WMO

“Climate change scenarios predict that heatwaves will become more intense, more frequent and longer. It is also expected that the number of hot days will continue to rise,” said WMO.

Europe

The Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD), which acts as WMO’s Regional Climate Centre for Europe’s Node on Climate Monitoring, has issued a Climate Watch Advisory valid until at least 25 June. It states that a period with significantly above-normal temperatures and heat waves is expected for most parts of western Mediterranean (from Portugal to western Balkans).

National meteorological and hydrological services are issuing regular forecasts,  heat-health advice, as well as information on air quality, UV levels and wildfire risk.

The heatwave originated as a result of very hot air moving up from the Sahara to the Iberian Peninsula and parts of the Mediterranean.

Iberian Peninsula

Extremely high temperatures of around 40°C contributed to the severity of the disastrous wildfire in Portugal which has claimed dozens of lives.

An amber alert for heat – the second highest warning level – continues to be in place in the area on 20 June.

The Portuguese national meteorological service, IPMA, said that over the weekend, when the fire broke out, more than one third of its weather stations measured temperatures over 40°C. The meteorological service said that for 20 June, 5 municipalities are at maximum fire risk and 58 at very high risk.

Spain

Spring 2017 (from 1 March to 31 May 2017) has been extremely warm, with an average temperature of 15.4°C, which is 1.7°C above the average of this term (reference period 1981-2010). It has been the warmest spring since 1965, having exceeded by 0.06°C the previous highest value, which corresponded to the spring of 2011. It has therefore been also the warmest spring since the beginning of the 21st century.

The marked contrast observed between the maximum temperature anomalies, which were on average 2.5°C above the normal value of the term, and those of the minimum temperatures, which were only 0.9°C higher than the normal ones.

May was extremely warm, with a temperature that surpassed the normal value by 2.4°C. As of June, the average temperature is well above normal values.

A number of places broke temperature records for June for both maximum daytime temperatures and minimum overnight ones.

These include Granada airport, 41.5°C, Madrid Retiro 40.3°C and Madrid airport 40.1°C on 17 June. The peak if the minimum temperatures was on the 19th June, when Salamanca and Zamora had record overnight temperatures of 22.1°C and 23.7°C.

AEMET also reported extreme fire hazard for parts of the country on 20 June.

France

Fifty one departments in France have an amber alert for high temperatures on 20 June, according to Meteo France. Temperatures for Monday included 38°C for Bordeaux, 36°C forLimoges, 34°C for Mulhouse and 33°C for Paris, Toulouse, Brest and Lille, according to Meteo France.

A number of stations broke June records, including Cuers at 37.6°C and Toulon 35.3°C. Records for minimum night-time temperatures were also beaten (25.1°C in Montpellier, 25°C in Marseille) on Friday 16 June.

Meteo France said that very high temperatures will continue until Friday 23 June, with temperatures between 32 °C and 38 °C in the afternoon, or more than 10°C above the average for this time of year.

Other parts of Europe

Many other parts of Europe, including the United Kingdom, also witnessed above average temperatures into the low to mid 30°s.

USA

Near record to record heat has been reported in the desert southwest USA and into California, with highs near 120°F (49°C) in places. More than 29 million Californians were under an excessive heat warning or advisory at the weekend. The US National Weather Service has warned that dangerous heat will continue through at least Friday 23 June in Nevada, Arizona, parts of California and Las Vegas.

Phoenix recorded 118°C (47.8°C) on 19 June. In the 11,059 days since the start of record keeping, 118°C heat has only been recorded 15 times. A number of flights to Phoenix Sky Harbour International Airport were reportedly cancelled because it was too hot to fly.

Death Valley National Park, California, issued warnings to visitors to expect high temperatures of 100°F to over 120°F (38°C to over 49°C). Death Valley holds the world record for the highest temperature, 56.7°C recorded in 1913.
[On Monday the temperature reached 127°F (53°C), National Weather Service reported.]

North Africa, Middle East and Asia

The temperature in United Arab Emirates topped 50°C on 17 May, with 50.5°C in Mezaira.

In the center of Iran’s Kuzestan province in the south-east of the country, neighboring Iraq, temperatures reached 50°C on 15 June.

The heatwave in Morocco peaked on 17 May, when there was a new reported record of 42.9°C Larach Station in northern Morocco.

The high June temperatures follow above average temperatures in parts of the world at the end of May. The town of Turbat in southwestern Pakistan reported a temperature of 54°C. WMO will set up an international committee of experts to verify the temperature and assess whether it equals a reported 54°C temperature recorded in Kuwait last July.

WMO Statement is posted at: https://public.wmo.int/en/media/news/high-temperatures-and-heatwaves-take-hold

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FIRE-EARTH Focus: Greece

Posted by feww on June 20, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH Focus: Greece

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Earth Experiences 2nd Warmest Year to Date

Posted by feww on June 20, 2017

2nd warmest year to date and 3rd warmest May on record

Year to date – January through May 2017

The year-to-date (January–May) globally-average temperature across land and ocean surfaces for 2017 was 0.92°C (1.66°F) above the 20th century average of 13.1°C (55.5°F). This was the second highest January–May period in the 138-year record, falling behind the record year 2016 by 0.17°C (0.31°F).

May 2017 saw the average global temperature rising 0.83°C (1.49°F) above the 20th century average of 14.8°C (58.6°F) and the third highest May in the 138-year global records, behind 2016 (+0.89°C / +1.60°F) and 2015 (+0.86°C / +1.55°F), according to researchers at NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information.

Warmer-than-average lands and oceans

The globally averaged land-surface temperature (seventh warmest for the month of May) and the sea-surface temperature (third warmest) ranked second highest on record for the March-to-May season and the year to date.

Both poles recorded below-average sea ice again

The average Arctic sea ice extent for May dropped 5.3 percent below the 1981-2010 average, the fifth smallest for the month since satellite records began in 1979. The average Antarctic sea ice extent was 10.6 percent below average, the second smallest on record for May behind 1980.

 

SST

The average May temperature for the global oceans was 0.71°C (1.28°F) above the 20th century average of 16.3°C (61.3°F). This was the third highest May global ocean temperature in the 138-year record, trailing behind 2016 (+0.76°C / +1.37°F) and 2015 (+0.72°C / +1.30°F).

LST

The global land-only surface temperature was the coolest May land temperature since 2011 and the seventh highest since global records began in 1880 at 1.15°C (2.07°F) above the 20th century average 11.1°C (52.0°F).

Portugal [Apocalyptic Fires Incinerate Victims Fleeing in their Cars]

Unusually warm temperatures engulfed Portugal during May 2017. Portugal’s national average mean temperature was 18.47°C (65.25°F) or 2.74°C (4.93°F) above average—the third highest May temperature since national records began in 1931, trailing behind 2011 and 2015. The nation’s average maximum temperature was 24.96°C (76.93°F), which is 4.0°C (7.2°F) above average and the second highest May maximum temperature since 1931.

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information, State of the Climate: Global Climate Report for May 2017, published online June 2017, retrieved on June 20, 2017 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/201705

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FIRE-EARTH E-E ALERT – 062001

Posted by feww on June 20, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH E-E ALERT – 062001

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FIRE-EARTH Tectonics Forecast 000697 – Update 061901

Posted by feww on June 19, 2017

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FIRE-EARTH Tectonics Forecast 000697 – Update 061901

[Issued by FIRE-EARTH Science Team.]

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