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Archive for December 16th, 2013

Harvard University Orders Evacuations Over Possible Explosives

Posted by feww on December 16, 2013

Evacuations underway at Harvard following reports of explosives on campus

Harvard University students and staff are being evacuated after reports of possible explosives found art four campus sites: Science Center, Thayer, Sever, and Emerson.

Earlier the officials sent the following text message alert

Alert: Unconfirmed reports of explosives at four sites on campus: Science Center, Thayer, Sever, and Emerson. Evacuate those buildings now.
— Harvard University – December 16, 2013

Harvard University Police Department are currently investigating the scenes, according to local reports.

Harvard University is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Large Hail Stones Destroy Crops in NZ

Posted by feww on December 16, 2013


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Golf ball-sized hail destroy crops, smash windows in Canterbury, New Zealand

Massive hail stones tore across mid-Canterbury, New Zealand, destroying crops and smashing scores of windows, said a report.

A fierce storm moving north along the South Island triggered a hailstorm dumping large hail on Mayfield, near Ashburton, for about 50 minutes.

The hailstorm broke scores of windows at homes and businesses across the township, residents said.

“Local crop farmer Rab McDowell predicted about 40 per cent of his carrot and maize crops were a ‘right off,’ but he would know more in the morning.”

“I haven’t seen hail through here that broke windows before,” he said.

Golf ball-sized hail falls on Southern Downs, QLD. Australia

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) issued a severe thunderstorm warning covering the entire Darling Downs in southern QLD, and surrounding  areas earlier today.

There were reports of golf ball-sized hail falling at Dalveen near Stanthorpe, said local reports.

On November 19, 2013, golf ball-sized hail bucketed down on Australia’s Gold Coast causing substantial damage to buildings, trees and crops.

Several hailstorms across parts of South Africa also produced golf ball-sized hail stones on 12, 14 and 28 of November 2013 causing major damage to property and crops.

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FIRE-EARTH Forecast for 2014

Posted by feww on December 16, 2013

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Members Messages – December 16, 2013

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


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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Major Heatwave Enters 5th Day in Australia

Posted by feww on December 16, 2013

Perth experiences earliest spell of five 35-degree-plus days in 71 years

A major  heatwave is shifting eastwards, pushing the mercury up to 40ºC in Adelaide by Thursday, and into the 30s for Sydney by Friday, local meteorologists forecast.

[Sydney’s average temperatures for December is 25.2ºC.]

Perth and surrounding areas were put on a severe fire danger alert Monday morning amid hot, dry and windy conditions, following a sweltering weekend, said a report.

The alert followed a large bush fire in the Shire of Toodyay, which needed more than 170 fire crews to control, as the blaze edged menacingly towards two housing estates. The fire had consumed more than 270 hectares, as of posting.

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Rows of baled hay went up in flames most probably due to spontaneous combustion in Toodyay farmland on Sunday. Photo credit: Nine News Perth

Monday is the 5th day of a major heatwave which has pushed temperature highs above 40ºC.

On Saturday it reached 40.4ºC in Perth, and peaked at 37ºC Sunday. Parts of the eastern metropolitan Perth could see the temperature reaching 41ºC today.

In November, Perth recorded its hottest spring in 116 years, with overall average of 18.8ºC

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Mass Evacuations in Chinese Island Floods

Posted by feww on December 16, 2013


150,000 people forced to flee their homes in Hainan, S. China

Extreme Rain Events have triggered severe flooding swamping villages and townships in south China’s Hainan Province since Friday, local authorities said on Sunday, reported Xinhua.

Total rainfall of about 510 mm fell on parts of Wanning City in Hainan, with an average of 300 mm in eight townships surrounding the city, said the report.

Authorities used speedboats to evacuate local residents from inundated areas.

“Hainan Meteorological Service said the rain is expected to last through Monday in the east of the province. It said the weather poses challenges for rescue work and warned of floods and landslides in rain-battered areas.”

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Original caption: Local residents tansport belongings in a flooded area in Wanning City, south China’s Hainan Province, Dec. 15, 2013. Heavy rain continued to hit Wanning City from Friday night to Sunday. A total of 80,000 residents have been transferred to safe regions. (Xinhua/Zhang Yongfeng). More images…

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