Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Is the Ring of Fire Waking Up?

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:

There is someting going on with regard to volcanic activity. It seems that many volcanos are awakening and that fault lines are on the move. Some think this is a precursor to an ice age. This is something that I am actively investigating at this point. Regardless of the threat of an impending ice age, the planet is facing a real threat with regard to seismic activity and related volcanic activiity. Let’s begin with Hawaii.

A Lot Worse Than We Thought
There are projections that show 1,000 foot waves hitting the wesst coast of the United States. In the interest of not risking the over-inflation of the threat, I chose this conservative, theat-assessment video because it is among the most conservative in terms of demonstrating the potential threat posed by the Hawaiian volacano. The following video shows a physics-based computer simulation of a Kilauea Flank Collapse landslide and Mega Tsunami. Local wave heights exceed 300 meters. Such events happen in Hawaii about every 200,000 years and as volatile as the situation is, these events remain in the realm of possiblity. Projections like 200,000 years, mean nothing, if you are sitting on year 200,000.

Ring Of Fire On ALERT After Philippines Earthquake: California Is WARNED

by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

After a 5.2 magnitude earthquake struck the Philippines, the Ring of Fire was put on alert. After dozens of earthquakes rocked Hawaii this month, followed by a volcanic eruption, many fear the Ring of Fire has become much more active, which has prompted scientists to warn California.

The recent and strong Philippines earthquake struck 113 miles from Davao, which is home to about 1.2 million people. No tsunami threat has been issued for the Philippines, however, which is made up of more than 7,500 islands. The lack of tsunami warning has slightly calmed the fears of those living in the vicinity of the quake, but those who reside near the Ring of Fire are on alert.

Yellowstone – The Supervolcano When is It Due?

by Martin Armstrong, Armstrong Economics:

Yellowstone Supervolcano geyser Steamboat has been unusually active. Many fear that something strange is happening which may signal it is getting active once again under Yellowstone National Park. Steamboat is indeed the world’s largest geyser and it has erupted three times in just six weeks. Many people have been asking if we ran our models on this one. Sure, we gave it a reasonable shot. However, the data is way too vague to produce an accurate projection. This requires not just trying to ascertain the cycle in this Supervolcano, but to double check it against our entire database to see if it correlates with other events to increase the accuracy.

Dramatic Drone Footage Shows Fountains of Lava Erupting From Hawaiian Volcano

from The Anti Media:

Hawaii’s Mount Kilauea volcano has erupted, sending ash miles into the sky and spewing fountains of lava in a residential area which has been captured on stunning drone footage. The eruption of Mount Kilauea caused a mass evacuation in the residential area of Leilani estates, with the the drone showing lava oozing through a local forest.

“The Ocean Is Suffocating”: Mysterious “Dead Zone” In Arabian Sea Far Worse Than Expected

from ZeroHedge:

Thanks to advances in robotic technology, scientists have been able to study a massive “dead zone” in the Arabian sea – a region with so little oxygen that virtually nothing can live. Scientists began to observe the oxygen-starved zones in the 1970s – which naturally form in the deep sea, but are also found wherever excess nitrogen and phosphorous-based fertilizers run off into coastal waters.

By one account nearly 8-12% of the nitrogen fertilizer applied worldwide is lost from fertilized fields and transported to the sea. In some individual fields, the value can be as high as 50%.

Still more nitrogen is lost during the disposal of animal wastes from modern industrialized production of pork and chickens. Here nitrogen is lost during inadvertent overflow of waste lagoons, and nitrogen is transported to groundwater, which makes its way to stream channels. -blog.nature.org

Global….. Cooling?

by Karl Denninger, Market Ticker:

You probably didn’t know this.

The last two years have witnessed the greatest global cooling event in over 100 years — or so is claimed.

Now I won’t actually give you “the last 100 years” because we’ve only been in the satellite business for a somewhere around 50 years, and it is only through that time that we’ve had anything approaching consistent global “views” of surface temperatures. But certainly in the last 50 years the science holds up.

Oh, and incidentally, temperature volatility has been much lower than average too — which is interesting, because that’s not what you’d expect from the media screaming about “extreme” weather events.

“Climate change” hoax starting to crumble as scientists admit doom projections were totally wrong

by Vicki Batts, Natural News:

Climate change has been presented as an irrefutable fact; a happening that cannot be ignored, with even the slightest change in weather being named a harbinger of imminent disaster. But the truth is that the notion of global warming has always been up for debate — and new science continues to show that the world may not be ending, after all.

Despite what the climate change alarmists want you to believe, recent research has shown that climate change predictions have been wildly overstated. In fact, climatologists now say that the impact of human activity on climate is 45 percent less severe than expected.