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Reporting Your Observation / Re: Evidence of Earth Axis Shift
« Last post by ilinda on Today at 02:39:55 PM »
Tomorrow is Summer Solstice, but forecast is for rain, which means clouds, which means no visible sun.  Still, I did get a reading today which is thisclose to that longest day.
Recent observations:

May 27, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed 32.125" right on csb.
May 30, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed 30.75" right on csb.
June 1, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed 24.25" right on csb.
June 5, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed 18.25" right on csb.

New observations:
June 6, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed 11.0" right on csb.
June 10, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed 12.5" right on csb.
June 12, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed 10.125" right on csb.
June 14, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed 5.5" right on csb.
June 15, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed 5.875" right on csb.
June 17, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed 4.75" right on csb.
June 20, 2018, noon CST, north-south line pointed exactly at left corner of csb, cornerstone base.

With the north-south line at noon aligning with the left corner of the cornerstone base, we can see in the attached pic that we are pointing "in the vicinity" of where we seem to be about every Summer Solstice, at least as far as direction at noon.

Very soon I'll be posting another four-year graph of sun's shadow length, as we have enough data now, that I can just apply current data to previous graphs.  That is, we have enough graphs now that we have some with the full month (approximately) of data for each of 2015, 2016, and 2017; so now all that is needed to add the 2018 data to that older graph.  Saves a lot of my sitting hunched over a new sheet of graph paper, clutching a ball point pen and ruler, etc., and hoping not to make too many mistakes that WhiteOut can't cover.

Plus, if I can maneuver the graph papers properly, I can align the month before and the month after Summer Solstice graphs, so that they appear as one sheet, and  we will have a rather stunning display.  This might require some photographic creativity as well.  Stay tuned.
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EARTH CHANGES / Re: Earthquakes General - 2018
« Last post by R.R. Book on Today at 11:15:46 AM »
Antarctica and Mexico are experiencing blackened heliplots today:

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Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From https://www.earthfiles.com/
*  Posted on June 19, 2018  Update: “We’re Going to Have A Space Force … And Very Soon We’re Going to Mars” – President Trump.

From   https://watchers.news/category/earth-changes/
*  Deadly floods hit Abidjan after intense overnight rain, Ivory Coast
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*  State of emergency declared in Wisconsin after severe thunderstorms leave 2 dead, major damage [USA]

From  https://www.sott.net/category/4
*  'Rare' noctilucent clouds dazzle Seattle, Washington [USA]
** Tiger kills 5 over five months in just 2 sq km of forest in Maharashtra, India
*  Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Antarctica and Australia climate shift - New details emerging
*  Deadly floods cause major damage in Upper Midwest US, more than 15 inches of rain in some areas
*  At least 15 people dead after severe flooding hits Ivory Coast
*  Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Australia land of sunshine freezes, frost 1500 miles south of the Equator
*  Heavy rainfall causes flooding across Turkey

*  Worst flooding in 40 years strikes Mon State, Myanmar (Burma)
*  Study: Arctic sea ice is thicker now than it was in 1955

Nothing new in:
  (none)
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EARTH CHANGES / Re: Earthquakes General - 2018
« Last post by Jimfarmer on Today at 10:10:49 AM »
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USGS and EMSC do not agree. Reporting data from both.
Earthquake totals in last 24 hours according to:

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/
328 'quakes of magnitude >2.4 ⋅ Total mags = 924.6 ⋅ Avg mag = 2.82 (*)

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/?filter=yes
268 'quakes of magnitude >2.4 ⋅ Total mags = 783.3 ⋅ Avg mag = 2.92

(*) magnitude >2.4 in USA, and >4.4 elsewhere. (>2.4 worldwide not available)
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Three strongest 'quakes from either site:
*  Mag. 5.3  from volcanic eruption in the south-east section of Hawaii's largest island (both sites).
*  Mag. 5.2  between New Zealand (nearest) and Tonga (both sites).
*  Mag. 4.8  in far north-west Argentina (both sites).

Largest groups of multiple 'quakes from either site:
299  in Hawaii's largest island; inland and offshore of south-east section, and central mid-east (USGS.  EMSC: 213).
*  10  in Mexico; inland and offshore of west coast south, and nearby offshore Guatemala (EMSC.  USGS: 0).
*  8  in Costa Rica; both coasts, north, and nearby in Nicaragua (EMSC.  USGS: 1).
*  7  around Puerto Rico; W, NW, N, and NE (USGS.  EMSC: 3).
*  5  in California USA; central, and south central and offshore (EMSC.  USGS: 4).
*  4  in Chile; north, mid-north, and nearby in Argentina (EMSC.  USGS: 2).
*  4  in Alaska; mid-east mid-south, east south, and off south coast central (USGS.  EMSC: 1).

*  3  in and/or around each of: ⋅ Turkey,  and Oklahoma USA ⋅ (at least one source site each).
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From USGS:

*  Little shakers (mag. 1.0 ~ 2.4) in Alaska (28 Qs), Hawaii (281 Qs), Washington (state), Idaho (4 Qs), western Montana (3 Qs), Western Wyoming, California, Nevada, Utah, and western Tennessee (USA);  and in Puerto Rico region (6 Qs).

*  43 little shakers in California and Nevada; plus MANY smaller ones. (All-magnitude clusters in California: SE of Los Angeles and nearby, central east, and minor cluster mid-north mid-west.)

*  No 'quakes of any magnitude in Yellowstone Park, Wyoming and Montana, but 4 nearby west and south (max mag. = 1.7).

113 'quakes of all magnitudes in California and Nevada (max mag. = 3.5). [updated values]
566 'quakes of all magnitudes in Hawaii (max mag. = 5.3 from volcanic eruption). [updated values]
*  32 'quakes of all magnitudes in Alaska region (max mag. = 3.8). [updated values]

*  Stronger 'quakes (mag. > 2.4) in California (4 Qs), and Oklahoma (3 Qs) (USA);  in Alaska region (4 Qs), Hawaii (299 Qs), and Puerto Rico region (7 Qs).

+  5 small 'quakes on and nearby Mount St Helens volcano, Washington (max mag. = 0.8).

Notes: Quarry blasts and explosions are excluded from above lists and totals, except where otherwise indicated.
USGS lists some sites near borders as near locations across the border.
Earthquake counts less than 3 are not reported, except where otherwise indicated.
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20 earthquakes of magnitude >1.9 in last 24 hours in Euro-Med region, according to http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/Map/zoom.php?key=1&typ=world#2  (10 approx. in Turkey).
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That's all new to me Barb.

Here's a definition of "Trojan" from the article:

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To picture, say, Earth's Trojan asteroid, imagine the sun and Earth as being two points in a triangle whose sides are equal in length. The other point of such a triangle is known as a Trojan point, or a Lagrangian point, named after the mathematician who discovered them. At such a point, the gravitational attraction of the sun and Earth essentially balances out, meaning they are relatively stable points for asteroids or other objects.

R.R.  :)  thanks for posting the definition...
- barb T.
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What's Lurking in the Future / Disease Outbreak Map
« Last post by R.R. Book on June 19, 2018, 05:32:29 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdIAI55NqYw

Truth Community researcher Naughty Beaver shared this awesome real-time interactive disease outbreak map tonight:
http://outbreaks.globalincidentmap.com/



I also found this map:
http://www.healthmap.org/en/

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Named "HealthMap," this program identified the Ebola outbreak in West Africa nine days before the World Health Organization (WHO) made their official statement.
https://www.komando.com/happening-now/266515/a-computer-program-predicted-the-ebola-outbreak-could-predict-future-epidemics

It can be customized to show local or global outbreaks, with a detailed report being produced as to which epidemics are appearing at the moment.  Rather than using a magnifier or a +/- to enlarge and reduce the map, a vertical slide bar is utilized in the upper right-hand corner.  Map legend and functionality buttons can be removed to de-clutter the picture by clicking on the full-screen button on the lower right-hand corner.

Here's what's currently brewing in my region:


10 Gastrointestinal Alerts
Hepatitis A (5), Norovirus (1), Waterborne Illness (2), Salmonella (2)


5 Other Alerts
Pests (1), Not Yet Classified (4)


3 Vectorborne Alerts
West Nile Virus (2), Powassan virus (1)


2 Animal Alerts
Chronic Wasting Disease (1), Canine Influenza (1)


1 Antimicrobial resistance (1)

I found the 4 "Not Yet Classified" illnesses to be potentially most concerning, but clicked on the detailed reports and found bacteria at the beach, which is 100 miles away, and a fungus affecting bats in a neighboring state.

Here's a key to the dots:



Here's a recent world map:



The "Search" function in the top right-hand corner allows you to look at one disease at a time.  I chose Ebola.  There are currently 37 outbreaks in the world:



Then I changed the specific disease search to "Not Yet Classified" and found this:



Using the little hand tool to point, I learned that the first case of cow pox in a decade was diagnosed in the U.K. in a boy whose hand was nibbled by a calf that he was feeding.  This is being carefully monitored by epidemiologists, as this disease was thought to have been mostly eradicated in humans.  It is far less virulent than its cousin, smallpox.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/teenage-boy-diagnosed-first-case-12721903

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cowpox

The same search also revealed that something undiagnosed is surfacing in Sao Tome' and Principe', Africa.
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PERMACULTURE / Re: Northern Permaculture
« Last post by R.R. Book on June 19, 2018, 04:43:12 PM »
I've mentioned the German non-bitter dandelions previously, which are really mostly less-bitter when not at their largest, from my own experience. 

The Canadian non-bolting perpetual sorrel (called "Profusion Sorrel" developed by Richter's), which had thrived in my garden for several years, finally failed to come back when I placed it in the hen-yard "salad bar:" a raised bed with wide-holed wire fencing across the top which permits grazing without clawing. 


https://www.richters.com/Web_store/web_store.cgi?product=X5683&show=all&prodclass=&cart_id=5759694.20190

I followed-up instead by filling the bed with the German dandelions (from Oikos Tree Crops in Michigan). 


https://oikostreecrops.com/products/perennial-vegetable-plants/perennial-edible-nutrient-dense-greens/dandelion-nouvelle-volherzigen/

After allowing poultry to freely graze it for 2 days, the plants were reduced down to their spines, with a little green fringe remaining.  I fertilized the bed with pond water and draped it with the heavy fiberglass window screencloth, and it bounced completely back a week or so later.  The screencloth can be folded back to allow grazing again any time, and then the bed covered afterward for a quick regrowth.

Will post a photo of the "salad bar" soon.  :)
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** Woman attacked by bobcat strangles it to death with bare hands in Georgia, US[A]

Now that's woman-power!   ;)
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That's all new to me Barb.

Here's a definition of "Trojan" from the article:

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To picture, say, Earth's Trojan asteroid, imagine the sun and Earth as being two points in a triangle whose sides are equal in length. The other point of such a triangle is known as a Trojan point, or a Lagrangian point, named after the mathematician who discovered them. At such a point, the gravitational attraction of the sun and Earth essentially balances out, meaning they are relatively stable points for asteroids or other objects.
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That's pretty amazing Barb!
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