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Earth is fighting to stay alive. Mass dieoffs, triggered by anthropogenic assault and fallout of planetary defense systems offsetting the impact, could begin anytime!

Now the planet has two ozone holes!

Posted by feww on October 3, 2011

CONGRATULATIONS!!

Anthropogenic Arctic Ozone Hole at Record Size [AND the hole is expected to grow even larger and reappear]

Depletion of Arctic ozone layer is causing increased harmful UV radiation to reach the surface

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Disaster Calendar 2011 – October 3

[October 3, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,626 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

  • Planet Earth. In March 2011 FIRE-EARTH said: “Large ozone depletion in the Arctic is currently occurring because of unusually low temperatures, according to extensive measurements carried out throughout the Arctic and Subarctic regions, which are coordinated by Germany’s Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research.”
    • In April 2011 FIRE-EARTH said: “Ozone-depleting chemicals such as the chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and extended cold stratospheric temperatures have depleted 40% of the ozone in the stratosphere this week, against a previous high of 30%.”
    • Atmospheric researcher Dr. Markus Rex of AWI was quoted as saying that the damage to the Arctic ozone layer is “unparalleled.”
    • “Such massive ozone loss has so far never occurred in the northern hemisphere, which is densely populated even at high latitudes,” Rex said.
    • A group of researchers at JPL are now saying the risk is growing for  the Arctic hole becoming an annual event and spreading.
    • “The chemical ozone destruction over the Arctic in early 2011 was, for the first time in the observational record, comparable to that in the Antarctic ozone hole,” according to a JPL report.
    • “More acute Arctic ozone destruction could exacerbate biological risks from increased ultraviolet radiation exposure, especially if the vortex shifted over densely populated mid-latitudes, as it did in April 2011,” they wrote in a report published in the journal Nature.
    • The Antarctic ozone hole appearing over the South Pole has been recorded every summer/fall since 1979.

Other Disasters

  • Wisconsin , USA. [UPDATE ] The U.S.  Department of Agriculture (USDA) has declared agricultural disasters in 16 northern Wisconsin because of losses caused by winter thaw and late, cold, wet spring conditions that occurred Jan. 1 – June 30, 2011. The extreme weather included more than 10 inches of snowfall in April.
    • The counties designated as primary disaster areas are Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, Florence, Forest, Iron, Oneida and Vilas.
    • The following counties are contiguous: Burnett, Langlade, Lincoln, Marinette, Oconto, Price, Sawyer and Washburn.
    • Michigan. Three counties in Michigan were also listed as contiguous disaster areas: Dickinson, Gogebic and Iron.
    • Minnesota. Three counties in Minnesota were also listed as contiguous disaster areas: Carlton, Pine and St. Louis.
  • Colorado, USA. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated a total of eight counties in Colorado as natural disaster areas due to losses caused by drought that began Jan. 1, 2011 and continue.
    • The counties listed as primary and contiguous disaster areas are Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert, Jefferson, Park, El Paso, Lincoln and Teller.
  • Colorado, USA. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated 5 counties in Colorado as a natural disaster area due to losses caused by high winds, hail and a tornado that occurred June 14 – June 19, 2011.
    • The counties listed as primary and contiguous disaster areas are Kit Carson, Logan, Phillips, Washington and Yuma.
    • Kansas. Cheyenne County in Kansas was also listed as a contiguous disaster area.
    • Nebraska. Chase and Dundy counties in Nebraska were also listed as a contiguous disaster areas.
  • Delaware, USA. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated 3 counties in Delaware as natural disaster areas due to losses caused by drought and excessive heat that began June 1 – Aug. 30, 2011.
    • The counties listed as primary and contiguous disaster areas are Kent, New Castle and Sussex.
    • Maryland. Five counties in Maryland were also listed as contiguous disaster areas: Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Wicomico and Worcester.
  • Thailand. Flooding in Thailand is the worst in at least five decades, officials said. The epic deluge has killed hundreds and inundated tens of thousands of hectares of farmland, affecting more than two million people this year so far.
  • Pakistan. Floods have affected up to 10 million People in Pakistan, destroying at least 73 percent of the harvest, and causing large-scale livestock losses.
  • ASIA. In Bangladesh, southern China, India, the Philippines, Vietnam ...  strong monsoon rains, which are among highest in the available records since 1929, and multiple storms are leaving behind trails of utter destruction, claiming thousands of lives, humans and animals, toppling millions of homes and destroying tens of millions of acres of fertile farmland. The survivors are often left without food and drinking water, facing exposure and disease. Major diseases, especially water-borne vectors, invariably follow in the heels of human-enhanced climatic disasters.

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