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Martians’ Greatest Regrets: Their Best Vanished into Thin Air

Posted by feww on December 10, 2018

IN PROGRESS…

  • TIA [September 24, Confidential 10]
  • RNR [December 3, Confidential 10]

Nominated Groups:

  • CJ
  • UUT
  • IGE
  • EAC
  • OCT
  • TML

FIRE-EARTH Presentation:  Mars – The Great Mystery of Vanishing Intellectuals, Rocket Scientists, Teachers. . .

Martians’ Greatest Regrets: Their Best Vanished into Thin Air

Prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science Teams and affiliated scientists.]

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Martians’ Greatest Regrets: Pandemics of Fear, Subjugation and Dumbing Down

Posted by feww on November 29, 2018

IN PROGRESS…

  • TIA [September 24, Confidential 10]
  • TNWG [October 22, Confidential 10]

Nominated Groups:

  • CJ
  • UUT
  • IGE
  • EAC
  • OCT
  • TML

FIRE-EARTH Presentation: Mars, land of the scared, subjugated and dumbed down

They Never Had a Chance!

[Prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science Teams and affiliated scientists.]

  • Presentation available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

FIRE-EARTH Top Ten Alerts

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Martians’ Greatest Regrets: It Took Just One Gangster. . .

Posted by feww on November 23, 2018

IN PROGRESS…

  • TIA [September 24, Confidential 10]
  • TNWG [October 22, Confidential 10]
  • MIRR [November 14, Confidential 10]

Nominated Groups:

  • CJ
  • UUT
  • IGE
  • EAC
  • OCT
  • TML

FIRE-EARTH Presentation: Mars, the land of the free and the home of the brave!

Martians’ Greatest Regrets: It Took Just One Gangster to Unravel Their World

[Prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science Teams and affiliated scientists.]

  • Presentation available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

FIRE-EARTH Top Ten Alerts

  • All Groups

Latest FIRE-EARTH DIRECTIVES, ALERTS, FORECASTS, BULLETINS and MESSAGES available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

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FIRE-EARTH Presentation: Earth and Mars “Entangled Pair”

Posted by feww on October 9, 2018

IN PROGRESS…

  • TIA  [September 24, Confidential 10]
  • C&M [September 25, Confidential 6]

Nominated Groups:

  • CJ
  • UUT
  • OCT

FIRE-EARTH Presentation:

Mars’s Past, Earth’s Future

Report prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science (FSCT, FESC, TERG).

Presented via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

Latest FIRE-EARTH DIRECTIVES, ALERTS, FORECASTS, BULLETINS and MESSAGES available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

 

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The Neutered Nations Who ‘Cooked’ Mars

Posted by feww on August 23, 2018

  • CJ
  • EAC
  • OCT
  • TML

FIRE-EARTH Presentation: “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it rhymes!”

Martians’ Greatest Regrets (Part 6)

Less than 0.000,01 percent of Martians owned or controlled all of their planetary resources!

  • The famous water lilies grow, doubling in number everyday. It takes 30 days for the lilies to cover the pond completely and suffocate the fish and other life forms in the water.
  • On what day do you forfeit your last chance to react?

[Prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science Teams and affiliated scientists.]

  • Presentation available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

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Thousands of Years of Harm and Plunder (Part 3)

Posted by feww on June 14, 2018

  • CJ
  • EAC
  • OCT
  • TML

FIRE-EARTH Presentation:

Martians’ Greatest Regrets: Thousands of Years of Harm and Plunder (Part 3)

[Prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science Teams and affiliated scientists.]

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“Martians’ Greatest Regrets”: Corruption of the Mind

Posted by feww on May 12, 2018

  • CJ
  • EAC
  • OCT
  • TML

FIRE-EARTH Presentation:

Thousands of Years of Harm and Plunder (Part 2)

Martians’ Greatest Regrets:  Corruption of the Mind

[Prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science Teams and affiliated scientists.]

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“Martians’ Greatest Regrets” (Part 1)

Posted by feww on May 6, 2018

  • CJ
  • EAC
  • OCT
  • TML

FIRE-EARTH Presentation:

“Thousands of Years of Harm and Plunder”

[Prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science Teams and affiliated scientists.]

  • Presentation available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

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Insane India?

Posted by feww on November 5, 2013

India launches a rocket to Mars

Critics of India’s Mars mission, which cost the country 4.5 billion-rupee ($73 million), say India can ill-afford to spend any money on space programs when about 70 percent of the nation’s 1.2 billion people live on less than $2 a day.

India’s Prime Minister Singh says he’s counting on the space program to yield technological advances that boost his country’s development prospects.

“Questions are sometimes asked about whether a poor country like India can afford a space program and whether the funds spent on space exploration, albeit modest, could be better utilized elsewhere,” said Singh last year. “This misses the point that a nation’s state of development is finally a product of its technological prowess.”

“India is home to poor people but it’s also an emerging economy, it’s a middle-income country, it’s a member of the G20. What is hard for people to get their head around is that we are home to poverty but also a global power,” chief executive of Oxfam in India told Bbc.

“We are not really one country but two in one. And we need to do both things: contribute to global knowledge as well as take care of poor people at home.”

It would be interesting to find out the cost of upkeep of Oxfam in India as a percentage of total funds donated!

Space Program Annual Expenditures

  • India:  $1.5 billion
  • Japan: $3.3 billion
  • Untied States: $17.9 billion

Mars Mission Stats

  • Japan’s mission to send a satellite to orbit the Red Planet failed in 1998.
  • China’s probe to Mars was destroyed in 2011.
  • About 50 percent of all attempts to reach Mars have failed.
  • India and China became competitors in the space race in the late 1990s.
  • The 780-million km journey to Mars would take about 300 days.

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The Thing “Stone Scientists” Can’t Understand

Posted by feww on October 10, 2013

Pressed for specific timelines in climate change, presumably due to the pressure exerted by the unparalleled FIRE-EARTH forecasts, a group of “stone-scientists” have come up with datelines of their own projecting “timing of climate departure from recent variability.”

RE: Climate shift to a “new normal”

In a yet another justifying-our-paychecks-n-grants study, yet another group of “stone-scientists” have predicted that:

  • Temperatures in an average year would be hotter by 2047 (give or take 14 years)  than those in the warmest year in  the 1860-2005 time period if the greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise.
  • The tropics would be affected first, including an early shift for Manokwari in Indonesia (2020), and Kingston, Jamaica (2023).
  • Up to 5 billion people would be living in regions outside the limits of historical variability.

The first part of the report’s abstract published by [who else but] Buy/Rent NOW nature.come reads:

The projected timing of climate departure from recent variability

Ecological and societal disruptions by modern climate change are critically determined by the time frame over which climates shift beyond historical analogues. Here we present a new index of the year when the projected mean climate of a given location moves to a state continuously outside the bounds of historical variability under alternative greenhouse gas emissions scenarios. Using 1860 to 2005 as the historical period, this index has a global mean of 2069 (±18years s.d.) for near-surface air temperature under an emissions stabilization scenario and 2047 (±14years s.d.) under a ‘business-as-usual’ scenario. Unprecedented climates will occur earliest in the tropics and among low-income countries…

The reality: Critical Overload Threatens Planetary Life Support Systems

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Diagram shows the exponential growth of Human Impact on Nature (HION) between 1960  and July 2013. Source: FIRE-EARTH Real-Time Earth Models. Copyright: FIRE-EARTH Blog Authors.

The Thing They Can See But Can’t Understand

So what’s the biggest false assumption, misunderstanding or otherwise abject failure to fathom the facts that the “stone-scientists” have made and continue to make?

They treat Earth like a pile of “unrelated,” “disinterested” [dead] rocks that has no impact in what’s happening on and around it. They see the planet as a film studio within which one or more of their scenarios would be bound to play out.

They can’t see Earth and its natural defense mechanisms as the major part of interactive forces in the climate change equation, and life.

They can “see” Mars and all the other “dead” planets that are out there to see, but evidently fail to understand the contrast between life and “non-life.”

Only a living planet can support life, and to continue doing so, Earth, wounded by wanton human impact, must go on fighting to stay alive.

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Symbolic Count- down: 884 Days Left

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World’s Largest Volcano?

Posted by feww on September 8, 2013

Massive Volcano Discovered in NW Pacific Ocean

Researchers have discovered an immense shield volcano on the seabed, northwest Pacific Ocean.

Tamu Massif is said to be the oldest and largest edifice of the Shatsky Rise oceanic plateau in the northwestern Pacific Ocean.

A single, immense volcano, Tamu Massif is constructed from massive lava flows that erupted from the center of volcano to form a broad, shield-like dome some 145 million years ago.

Researchers writing in the journal Nature Geoscience suggest the 310,000 km² (119,000 mi²) Tamu Massif could be the largest single volcano on Earth, comparable in size only to the Olympus Mons on Mars, believed to be the largest volcano in the Solar System.

Tamu Massif
The Tamu Massif Volcano ~ 32.5ºN, 158.4ºE

Rising 3.5km above the seabed, Massif lies about 2km below the sea, and is rooted more than 30 km into the earth’s crust on the Shatsky Rise, some 1,600 km east of Japan.

“We don’t have the data to see inside them and know their structure, but it would not surprise me to find out that there are more like Tamu out there,” said Dr Sager, one of the researchers at the University of Houston.

“Indeed, the biggest oceanic plateau is Ontong Java plateau, near the equator in the Pacific, east of the Solomons Islands. It is much bigger than Tamu—it’s the size of France.” [Tamu is nearly the size of Norway. Editor]

Key point

“One interesting angle is that there were lots of oceanic plateaus (that) erupted during the Cretaceous Period (145-65 million years ago) but we don’t see them since. Scientists would like to know why.” Sager said.

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A Few Extreme Events Away

Posted by feww on June 22, 2008

Our world is a few extreme events away from total catastrophe

India

Widespread flooding caused by extreme monsoon rains has claimed about 100 lives in east and northeast India and left up to a million people homeless. As many as five million people are affected.

Philippines

As Typhoon Fengshen with gusts of of about 200kph lashed across the Philippines, flash floods and landslides killed about 155 people in south of the country. Dozens of people drowned, some of them buried alive after a landslide at a municipal garbage dump.

Meanwhile a 24,000-ton passenger and cargo ferry capsized off central Sibuyan island, with 626 passengers and 121 crew. Only 4 bodies have so far been found.

Guatemala

Large landslides caused by torrential rains have killed up to 10 people and injured others scavenging at a garbage dump near the Guatemalan capital.

California

An “unprecedented” lightening storm sparked about 840 fires in Northern Calif destroying dozens of homes and forcing thousands of residents to flee the area. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger ordered the Calif National Guard to assist the firefighters.

Mars

Meanwhile, as climate change melts the arctic ice mush faster than most scientist had anticipated, NASA reported that the Phoenix Lander has discovered ice on the surface of Mars, near its arctic circle [where else !] The discovery of ice/water on Mars is a key step in establishing whether life has ever existed on the red planet.

It really makes a whole lot of sense worrying about life on Mars as life becomes extinct on Earth! Right?

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