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Posts Tagged ‘2011 disaster forecast’

Significant Earthquakes Strike PRF

Posted by feww on May 6, 2011

LARGE SCALE TECTONICS LOOM

Earthquakes Strike Ryukyu Islands, East Honshu, Alaska Peninsula,  Guerrero Mexico, Sumatra Indonesia and Fiji Islands

  • Magnitude 5.6 – RYUKYU ISLANDS, JAPAN 2011 May 05 at 23:21:22 UTC [USGS]
  • Magnitude 6.2 – ALASKA PENINSULA 2011 May 05 at 16:57:38 UTC [GFZ Potsdam]
  • Magnitude 5.4 – SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS 2011 May 05 at 16:15:20 UTC
  • Magnitude 5.6 – ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA 2011 May 05 at 15:06:11 UTC[GFZ Potsdam]
  • Magnitude 6.1 – OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN 2011 May 05 at 14:58:21 UTC [USGS]
  • Magnitude 5.8 – ALASKA PENINSULA 2011 May 05 14:13:01 at UTC [USGS]
  • Magnitude 5.7 – GUERRERO, MEXICO  2011 May 05 13:24:06 at UTC [USGS]
  • Magnitude 5.6 – SOUTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA 2011 May 04 at 17:38:37 UTC [USGS]
  • Magnitude 5.6 – FIJI REGION 2011 May 04 at 16:13:28 UTC [USGS]

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Global Disasters


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Global Disaster Forecast – UPDATE 17 Mar

Posted by feww on March 18, 2011

This is an UPDATE to an earlier release dated March 16, 2011

THE WORLD’S NEXT MAJOR DISASTER COULD STRIKE THE U.S.

The world’s next major anthropogenic or human-enhanced natural disaster [e.g., climate related] could occur in the United States with a probability of 0.75

The world’s next catastrophic tectonics event could occur in

  1. Western United States, Taiwan, Indonesia, or FIJI Islands [Probability of 0.74]
  2. New Zealand Region or Chile [Probability of 0.73]
  3. Japan Region [Probability of 0.72]

FIRE-EARTH forecasts for Disasters cover 2 levels:

  • Specific Events
  • Global Impact

An explanation of the relationship between the disasters that were to occur in 2010 and those occurring in 2011 and beyond and their Global Impact has been previously posted on the blog. See below for links:

2010 Disasters: Planetary collapse driven by man-made cataclysms
Fire-Earth Moderators believe at least one disaster could strike somewhere on the planet each day, throughout 2010. The outlook for 2011 and beyond …Go to links page for 2010 Disaster Calendar

2011 SIX TIMES MORE DISASTROUS THAN 2010: FIRE-EARTH Forecast
Humans
continued to devour energy at a rate of 17.3terrawatt in 2011, when maximum ‘safe’ limit was less than 1.9terrawatt … Go to links page for 2011 Disaster Calendar

Related Links:

  • EQJP [Includes Summary of Japan Earthquake Forecasts]

Links to Disaster Calendars:

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Megadisasters Loom

Posted by feww on December 11, 2010

2011-2012:  A TIME FOR MEGADISASTERS

Emerging Calamities You CAN’T Prepare for, or Insure against

Climate Change, Global Broiling, Volatility and Extremes of Weather, Mega Swings of Temperature, Megadeluges and Megadroughts, Giant Dust Storms, Megaquakes, Super Volcanic Eruptions, Extreme Wildfires, Food and Water Scarcity, Deadly Diseases, Megadeaths (Forests, Plants, Animal Species…)

Looming Megadisasters Could Impact 1/3 to 1/2 of  Human Population

Previously

The impact of anthropogenic and human-enhanced natural disasters on the population will be 600 percent more severe in 2011 compared with 2010: Fire-Earth Forecast

Earth is critically wounded and diseased as a result of human assault and battery.

and …

Fire-Earth models show that the impact of anthropogenic and human-enhanced natural disasters would be about 600 percent more severe in 2011 compared with this year.

Based on our findings, we estimate that between one-third and one-half of the world population could be affected in some way by various disasters that are forecast to occur in 2011.

Global Map of Temperature Anomalies


Mapped between  January 1, 2000 – December 31, 2009. Source: GISTEMP via NASA E-O. Click images to enlarge.


Mapped between  January 1, 1970 – December 31, 1979.
GISTEMP via NASA E-O.

The average global temperature of our planet  has increased by about 0.8°Celsius (1.4°Fahrenheit) in the past 131 years. About 67% of the warming has occurred steadily since 1975 at a rate of 0.15-0.20°C per decade, according to NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS).  The above maps depict temperature anomalies  for 2000-2009 (top) and 1970-1979 compared to the regional norm measured in 1951-1980.

Data available at Global Temperatures

Megadroughts and Megadeluges

Brazil’s Negro River Reaches Record Low


Image acquired December 10, 2010. Download large image (15 MB, JPEG)


Image acquired December 9, 2008.  Download large image (15 MB, JPEG)

“According to news reports, the drop in the water level stranded villages that rely on the rivers for transportation and caused food and water shortages. The record low at the Negro River comes just 16 months after the river set a record high of 29.77 meters, flooding Manaus.Read full caption here.

Continued …

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2011 Much More Disastrous

Posted by feww on September 13, 2010

2011 SIX TIMES MORE DISASTROUS THAN 2010

Global Disasters in 2011 Could Impact 1/3 to 1/2 of the Human Population

The impact of anthropogenic and human-enhanced natural disasters on the population will be 600 percent more severe in 2011 compared with 2010: Fire-Earth Forecast

Earth is critically wounded and diseased as a result of human assault and battery.

Humans’ first wave of serious [near-fatal] assault on the planet began in the early 1980s and has since heightened in severity.

Our feverish planet‘s fight against the “human pathogens” is entering a critical phase. The earth is reacting by deploying geophysical  phenomenon in her defense mechanism, as a result of which the impact of natural disasters on human population is intensifying.

In 2007 EDRO models showed that the intensity of disasters caused as a result of the human assault on the planet, and the planet’s struggle to heal herself, would lead to the first wave of collapse of the population centers globally by about 2012.

It already has!

The collapse has already started and would ultimately lead to the extinction [possibly near-extinction] of human race.

For the EDRO forecast to be true, the final years leading to the start of collapse, namely 2010, 2011 and 2012, must necessarily be progressively more disastrous.

Based on their models, Fire-Earth Moderators forecasted in December 2009 that the year 2010 would prove to be the most disastrous year on record. And with more than 100 days left to the end of this year, their forecast has already proven to be true and accurate.

What about 2011?

Fire-Earth models show that the impact of anthropogenic and human-enhanced natural disasters would be about 600 percent more severe in 2011 compared with this year.

Based on their findings, the Moderators estimate that between one-third and one-half of the world population could be affected in some way by various disasters that are forecasted to occur in 2011.

Related Links:

Links to 2010 Disasters Calendar

January 2010 | February 2010 | March 2010 | April 2010 | May 2010 | June 2010 | July 2010 | August 2010 | September 2010 |

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Disaster Forecast: The United States

Posted by feww on July 10, 2010

Disaster Forecast for The United States through June 2011

Statistically, the United States could be hit by 14 to 20 separate major disasters,  or waves of disasters, and up to 3,500 citywide/countywide disasters between now and June 2011.

Distribution of the major disasters may be as follows:

  • Climate-related Disasters: 8 to 12
  • Energy-related Disasters: 3 to 4
  • Other Disasters: 3 to 4

The worst disaster to befall the country may be directly related to energy production.

FEWW Definition of Major Disaster:

  • Geographically covering 60 percent or more of a state, AND/OR
  • Demographically involving at least 35 percent of the population in a state.

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“The antiphase will rapidly transform humans into vicious animals, fighting each other for water, food, fuel, land and all other dwindling natural resources. The fighting, in turn, enhances the positive feedbacks, accelerating the downward spiral.” —EDRO

U.S., the world, stake the future on high-energy strategies. Energy models’ simulations show all such strategies ending in collapse. EDRO

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