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Avoid Disappointment!!

Posted by feww on August 10, 2013

Do NOT Plan Too Far Ahead!


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

FIRE-EARTH Population Model shows mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.

Critical Planetary Overload

Global Disasters: Links, Forecasts and Background

Collapse in Progress

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US Weather: SW, SE Continue to Boil

Posted by feww on July 15, 2011

Dangerously hot and humid conditions, flooding and severe weather

Unrelenting heat to continue unabated in the SW and south-central Plains and parts of the Southeast: NWS

Excessive heat is forecast to return “with a vengeance through much of next week.” The NWS hazards assessment map indicates excessive heat would return to two regions, covering parts of at least 24 states. Click image to enlarge.

Triple digit temperatures with heat index of about 120 degrees (49ºC) forecast across the South Thursday, with “no end in sight for the blazing temperatures.”

“Excessive Heat Watches and Warnings and Heat Advisories are in effect over a dozen states and high temperatures are expected to spread again across more of the South.” Forecasters said.

Excessive heat is forecast to return “with a vengeance through much of next week” to two regions covering at least 24 states. See above map.

Thursday’s weather hazards include:

  • Dangerously hot and humid conditions across the Southeast
  • Flooding continues and worsens in some parts of the northern and central Plains
  • Severe weather will be a threat in the north-central Plains and the Upper Midwest

High temperatures for today in parts of the country hoping for relief include:

  • Texas: Dallas 101, San Antonio 99, Waco 104, Wichita Falls 106
  • Oklahoma: Oklahoma City 101, Tulsa 100, Woodward 101
  • Kansas: Dodge City 100, Garden City 100, Goodland 94, Hill City 99, Topeka 94, Wichita 99
  • Missouri: Kansas City 91
  • Arkansas: Fort Smith 99, Pine Bluff 94
  • Louisiana: Shreveport 100
  • Mississippi: Tupelo 96

Daily high temperatures through Monday would be in triple digits (NWS forecast), including:

  • 105 degrees or more in Wichita Falls, 102 or higher in Waco
  • 100-102 in Wichita, 100-105 in Dodge City, 102 and higher in Hill City

U.S. Weather Hazards Map. Click image to enter interactive portal.

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Posted by feww on March 21, 2011

PROBABILITY of WORLD ENDING in 2012 1 in 4,000,000,000


Blog assessments are based on dynamic model simulations analyzing the environmental impact of excessive energy consumption. Moderators reject ALL END-WORLD PROPHECIES.

Anthropogenic harm to the planet reached breaking point in the late 1970s, when the energy consumption rate exceeded 9.51 terawatts (9.51E+12 joules/second). By 1980 the consumption of energy had jumped to 3.12E+20 joules, or 9.89 terawatts.

Pacific Ocean Basin After Japan Quake

Pacific Ocean Basin After Japan Quake.
An infrared image taken by the GOES-11 satellite shows the Pacific Ocean on March 11, 2011 at 12:00 UTC. Source: NOAA/NASA GOES Project.

Humans continue to devour energy at a rate of 17.3terrawatt in 2011, when maximum ‘safe’ limit, we believe, is less than 1.9terrawatt.

Whereas the hypothetical impact of a collision with a sci-fi planet would result in sudden death, the impact of excessive human activity is causing sustained damage over a much longer period.

The adverse effects we have been witnessing for 4 decades are clearly caused by human activity, NOT by an imaginary planet.

WE BELIEVE the world will still be here in 2012, 2013, 2014 and beyond. However, in three years from now, it would be a far less habitable planet than it was even three years ago.

The planet is trying to stay alive!

[Note: CASF, EDRO and FIRE-EARTH Models have accurately and consistently forecast “planetary events” since at least 2004. To the best of our knowledge no other model has come remotely close to FIRE-EARTH forecasts.]  

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Deadly Landslides in Peru Causes Many Deaths, Injuries

Posted by feww on December 18, 2009

Deadly Landslides in Peruvian city of Ayacucho Kills a Dozen People, Injures Dozens More with Many Missing

Mudslides triggered by heavy rain have killed about a dozen people, injuring dozens more in the southern Peruvian city of Ayacucho.

The death toll is expected to rise, the authorities said.

5 people were reportedly killed when a torrent of mud swept their cars and buried them.

The torrential rainfall, which lasted for about 20 hours, washed thousands of tons of mud and rock from the surrounding hills and filled the streets of Ayacucho, transforming them into rivers of mud, and destroying many structures in their paths.

Bodies are still being dug out of the mud, as meteorologists forecast even more intense  seasonal rains.

Peru is probably experiencing a mild El Nino effect, a number of climatologists have suggested.

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Image of the Day: Landslide in Honduras

Posted by feww on October 26, 2008

Honduras: Torrential rain, landslides and flooding kills dozens of people

A motel damaged by a landslide is seen in the outskirts of Tegucigalpa October 23, 2008. At least 25 people have been killed and thousands evacuated in Honduras after days of torrential rain, landslides and flooding, rescue workers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS). Image may be subject to copyright. See Fair Use Notice.

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