SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Time to Evaluate 2017 Solar Eclipse Prediction

First, let me say the reason you have not received updated articles over the last 8 or 9 days is that I was called in by the Emergency Management Office to help with Harvey.

Most of you already know I began my training back in 1995 with the Red Cross, and then in 1996 I switched to Emergency Management and trained to become a trainer. Anyway, I say this to let you know where I have been. Later I requested to be put on reserves, and eventually retired from services. But Harvey was a nasty one and they needed everyone they could get.

Now here comes ‘Irma’ registered as a Cat. 5 with 170-180 mph winds. It has now hit north of the Dominican Republic earlier today and appears to be heading towards south Florida. “Irma” has now claimed 13 lives and is directed toward the islands of Turks and Caicos. If Irma continues along this path, it will reach the Bahamas Friday morning.

I think it important to present a verbal visual to what a category 5 hurricane is and can do:

Cat. 5 – Sustained Winds – 157 mph or higher (252 km/h or higher) Catastrophic damage will occur: A high percentage of framed homes will be destroyed, with total roof failure and wall collapse. Fallen trees and power poles will isolate residential areas. Power outages will last for weeks to possibly months. Most of the area will be uninhabitable for weeks or months.

More on Irma and other earth changing events coming tomorrow. I also do not want to lose sight of the civil unrest that has been occurring, and appears to be escalating for the near future.

Now let’s evaluate my 2017 Full Solar Eclipse prediction. Below I will write the exact words used on the very first article making my very very rare prediction.

July 21st 2017 –History has shown a connection between eclipse events and an increase of earth changing events which include earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes, and extreme weather events. My published research identifies it may be the rapid temperature variations which can cause a shift (however slight) to Earth’s lithosphere (upper mantle). The full eclipse can also cause rapid temperature variations with our Oceans causing a destabilizing (however slight) in local atmospheric conditions which could contribute to extreme weather event including the escalation of tropical storms to hurricanes”. Original Article – Click Here

There are other physical earth changing events of which I will lay out in coming articles. Now let’s take a look at the second component of my prediction as related to charged particles and human behavior. In my July 25th article I stated the following: “In coming articles I will address perhaps a less scientific direction which suggest the current mode of global political dysfunction, may have some roots in history showing a pattern of “what happens below, reflects what happens above”. This suggests the turmoil which results from earth changing events appears to be in-sync with emotional unrest. Continued scientific data will of course follow.” Full Article – Click Here.

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On August 3rd I described in more detail the influence cosmic rays have on human behavior. The hippocampus is a small organ located within the brain’s medial temporal lobe forming an important part of the limbic system – the region that regulates emotions. It was just a few days later, we hear about Trumps threat to North Korea going so far as to threaten nuclear war. Then more unrest with nazi and white supremacist and of course the Russian connection. Full Article – Click Here

In the August 5th article I describe how the occurrence of a full solar eclipse sets off a ‘gravitational wave’ pulsating cosmic rays directly to Earth. There is a pre and post phase to this event, hence a building up and gradual reduction of charged particles. Furthermore, on August 7th I describe the connection between geo-physical effects and psycho-bio-social effect, both sharing a common denominator – charged particles. Full Article – Click Here

More Coming Tomorrow….

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BREAKING NEWS: NOAA Hurricane Prediction Updated and Raised by “Double”

In addition to yesterday’s announcement of this year’s hurricane season being updated to “extremely active”, news regarding the swarm of earthquakes at Yellowstone supervolcano shows no signs of letting up. Swarms at Yellowstone are not unexpected, however, once the earthquakes reach magnitude 4.0 and higher, everything shifts and seismologists, geologists, and volcanologists are put on alert. There was one isolated event on June 15 measuring 4.4 mag., which did set off alarms, but all following quakes measured below the 4.0 threshold.

I expect for both earth changing events and civil disturbance to escalate as we draw closer to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. From here on-out over the next three weeks, it will perhaps be increasingly uncomfortable to read (become aware) of scenarios as they unfold. For this reason, I will be producing my articles on “Disclosure vs Omission” and something called “Crisis Fatigue”. My personal research suggests “disclosure” is the better option, however, not everyone agrees with my conclusion.

NOAA Announces 2017 Hurricane Season Will Be Twice as Active

Today NOAA issued the scheduled update for its 2017 hurricane season outlook. Forecasters are now predicting a higher likelihood of an above-normal season, and they increased the predicted number of named storms and major hurricanes. The season has the potential to be extremely active, and could be the most active since 2010.

In just the first nine weeks of this season there have been six named storms, which is half the number of storms during an average six-month season and double the number of storms that would typically form by early August. An average Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1-November 30, produces 12 named storms, of which six become hurricanes, including three major hurricanes.

“Today’s updated outlook underscores the need for everyone to know their true vulnerabilities to storms and storm surge,” said FEMA Administrator Brock Long. “As we enter the height of hurricane season, it’s important for everyone to know who issues evacuation orders in their community, heed the warnings, update their insurance and have a preparedness plan.”

JUST IN: Earthquake Swarm Continues at Yellowstone Supervolcano

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations (UUSS) is monitoring an earthquake swarm which is currently active on the western edge of Yellowstone National Park. The swarm began on June 12th, 2017 and continues to this day composed of over 1,600 events with the largest measuring 4.4 magnitude. The M4.4 event has an oblique strike-slip moment tensor solution.

The swarm consists of one earthquake in the magnitude 4 range, 8 earthquakes in the magnitude 3 range, 134 earthquakes in the magnitude 2 range, 505 earthquakes in the magnitude 1 range, 879 earthquakes in the magnitude 0 range, and 35 earthquakes with magnitudes of less than zero.  These events have depths from surface to 14.0 kilometers, relative to sea level. At the time of this report, there were 125 felt reports for the M4.4 event.

North Korea Update: Probability of conflict now raised to 67% to occur within 21 day window.

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Coming Next: More on types and areas of civil disturbance and earth changing events.

BREAKING NEWS: Earth Changing Events and Civil Disturbance Has Begun

I will address North Korea in a few minutes, but first, below is a list of events which have occurred within the last 24 hours. Unfortunately, I expect to be making announcements such as these on almost a daily basis. Like all scientific predictions which fall in the unfavorable outcome, it is indeed a double-edge sword. On the one hand it is satisfying to be accurate and verifiable; on the other hand I know the outcome can bring grief or anxiety. Sure, if it’s 10,000 miles away it’s just a statistic, but if it is next door, it is a tragedy.

Working in Emergency Management and Red Cross, I know all too well of such things. Within my next few articles, I will write extensively on what I have titled “Omission vs Disclosure”; what is the better way.

Deadly 6.5 Mag. Earthquake Hits Sichuan, China

An earthquake measuring 6.5 magnitude struck a remote and mountainous part of the southwestern province of Sichuan on today, the US Geological Survey said, killing five people and trapping 100 tourists in a popular scenic spot.

The quake hit a sparsely populated area 200 km (120 miles) west-northwest of the city of Guangyuan at a depth of 10 km (6 miles), the USGS said. It had earlier put the quake at magnitude 6.6 and 32 km deep.

Weather Service Confirms 3 Tornadoes Struck Oklahoma

The National Weather Service says three tornadoes struck northeast torOklahoma, including an EF2 twister that caused heavy damage and injured at least 30 people near midtown Tulsa. Meteorologist Bart Haake said Monday that the Tulsa tornado touched down at 1:19 a.m. Sunday. Eight minutes later an EF1 tornado struck the southeast Tulsa suburb of Broken Arrow and an EF1 tornado then touched down five minutes after that near Oologah, about 20 miles (30 kilometers) northeast of Tulsa.

Rare Tornado Hits Arizona

The National Weather Service confirmed a faint landspout tornado south of Downtown Phoenix late Thursday afternoon. No damage was reported from the brief twister. Based on various reports and Doppler radar imagery, the tornado occurred around 5:03 PM. Thursday’s tornado is the first in Metro Phoenix since a confirmed twister near Goodyear on October 6th, 2015.

EF-1 Tornado Hits Salisbury, Maryland

The National Weather Service has confirmed that a EF-1 tornado ripped through a 1 1/2-mile stretch of Salisbury on Monday afternoon. The storm cut a path that extended from the Princeton Homes neighborhood off College Avenue, across Salisbury University athletic fields and to the corner of Route 13 and Dogwood Drive, Mayor Jake Day said during a briefing Tuesday morning. City crews had cleared most streets of debris a day after a tornado, but evidence of it was still evident on private property.

Two Tornadoes Hit Ontario, Canada

Environment Canada has confirmed two tornadoes touched down near Huntsville, Ont., on Friday. The agency says the first one struck on the south side of the central Ontario town just before 4 p.m., then tracked about one kilometer northeastward over land and then another three kilometers over a lake as a tornado waterspout. A second and stronger tornado measuring EF-2 struck several minutes later about 15 kilometers northeast of Huntsville and caused structural damage to some cottages and heavily damaged some trees.

Tropical Storm Franklin Now On Hurricane Watch

A hurricane watch and tropical storm warning has been issued by the government of Mexico ahead of Franklin’s second landfall in parts of eastern Mexico’s Veracruz state, including the city of Veracruz. To what degree it restrengthens is a bit uncertain, due to competing factors of increased wind shear – a negative for strengthening – and very warm heat content in the Bay of Campeche – a positive for strengthening. Either hurricane or tropical storm-force winds may arrive as soon as late Wednesday along the coast, particularly in Veracruz state.

Flash Flooding Swamps Parts of South Texas

A flash flood warning for Bexar County has been extended until 2:15 p.m. Monday as heavy rain and thunderstorms continue to roll through San Antonio.

Up to 5 inches of rain have hit isolated pockets of Bexar County with widespread rain amounts of 2-4 inches since the storm hit the downtown area around 7 a.m. and has caused street flooding and road closures across the city.

The National Weather Service said heavy rains triggered flash floods in parts of the Houston metropolitan area on Tuesday. The NWS said a flood warning is in effect for Texas’ northeastern Fort Bend County, eastern Waller County and western Harris County after 4 inches to 6 inches, with isolated amounts more than 8 inches, fell throughout the area early Tuesday.

Regarding North Korea…

At this time I’m afraid the escalation does not look good. I give it a 60% chance weapons interaction will occur. More on this later.

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Coming Next: More on types and areas of civil disturbance and earth changing events.

 

Russian Scientists Use Cosmic Rays to Forecast Hurricanes

Scientists from the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Russia) appear to have found a way to better predict hurricanes by measuring changes in the atmosphere which precede giant atmospheric vortexes with air pressure subsiding to the center with very high speed of the airflow.

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This can now be done with the use of a ‘muon hodoscope’. Muons are a byproduct of cosmic rays particles. A hodoscope is a type of detector commonly used in particle physics that make use of an array of detectors to determine the trajectory of an energetic particle – in this case cosmic rays.

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Lead researcher Professor Igor Yashin of Moscow Engineering Physics Institute states: “The hurricane muon hodoscope is able to observe and analyze – on a real-time basis, modulations of the flow of secondary cosmic rays on the Earth’s surface provoked by processes in the heliosphere, magnetosphere and atmosphere of Earth. The uniqueness of our hodoscope is that in the real-time mode, it allows reconstruction of each muon’s track and obtaining muonographs.

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It is hard to overstate the necessity of precise hurricane forecasting. Before artificial satellites, the only way to track hurricanes was via airplanes flying above the cyclones. But even today, satellites can’t provide comprehensive information. For example, they can’t detect the inner barometric pressure of the hurricane or the exact wind speed. Moreover, thick clouds obscure nascent cyclones from satellites. Despite the availability of satellite systems, sensors, and radars, aviation still plays an important role in forecasting.

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According to scientists, the new hodoscope provides precise forecasts. To watch the atmosphere over Russia, which spans 10,625,447,387 miles (17.1 million km), the need for four hodoscopes are required. Considering that hurricanes are a fraction of that size, and the majority of tropical cyclones are formed between 10 and 30 degrees of latitude of both hemispheres, the number of hodoscope necessary to monitor this territory is low.

“Muon diagnostics developed at MEPhI offers the possibility to model the flow of cosmic rays in the atmosphere and magnetosphere. But to study such processes, it is necessary to create a network of similar, adjustable muon hodoscopes. Such hodoscopes were developed at MEPhI,” Yashin says.

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