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Re: 2018 Daily Headlines, MSM & NON-MSM Reportings
« Reply #60 on: February 06, 2018, 09:55:18 AM »
Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From  https://watchers.news/category/earth-changes/
*  Very strong and shallow M6.4 earthquake hits Taiwan, major damage reported
*  Deadly floods and landslides hit Indonesia after extreme rainfall
[ATTACHMENT Feb6-2018_building_collapsing_in_flood_West-Jawa_Indonesia_Feb5-2018.JPG]

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*  Shallow M6.4 earthquake causes hotel to collapse in east Taiwan (PHOTO, VIDEO)
*  Heavy snowstorms spread across Morocco blocking 38 roads (VIDEOS)
*  Heavy snowfall continues to hit cities in Japan (VIDEOS)
*  Desert town in Algeria is covered in snow for the second time this year (PHOTOS)
** Elderly woman dies following dog attack in South Africa
*  11 killed after snow and ice cause hundreds of crashes in Iowa and Missouri [USA]
*  In Pictures: Traffic freezes as Spain is covered in snow
*  Receding ocean creates panic in Visakhapatnam, India

*  Flooding and landslides cause thousands to evacuate in Indonesia
*  Signs and Portents: Two-headed snake found in China

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« Reply #61 on: February 07, 2018, 09:36:46 AM »
Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From https://www.earthfiles.com/
*  February 6, 2018 - Largest Genome Ever Sequenced: 32 Billion Base Pairs!  Click for report.  [Mexican amphibian salamander]

From  https://watchers.news/category/earth-changes/
*  Snow covers desert town Ain Sefra for the second time this winter, Algeria

From  https://www.sott.net/category/4
*  Strange, scary trumpet sounds heard in the skies of Łódź, Poland
*  Paris grinds to a halt as snow blankets northern France
*  'Sounds like the Earth is giving birth': Strange grinding, moaning sounds heard in sky over Georgia [USA]
*  Record snowfall in France causes transport chaos amid more snow
*  Massive snow strands 800 cars in Fukui, Japan for second day - 2 feet of snowfall in 48 hours
*  Flake news: Snowfall in Hawaii
*  Erie in Pennsylvania has tied its snow season record, now over 12 feet and likely to increase [USA]
*  Lightning bolt hits 7 family members, killing 2 in Zimbabwe
*  At least 6 killed, tens of thousands displaced as floods hit Bolivia and Argentina (VIDEOS)

*  Explosion at New Brunswick home blows out 3 garage doors, breaks windows; officials unsure of cause [Canada]

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« Reply #62 on: February 08, 2018, 09:42:38 AM »
Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From  https://watchers.news/category/earth-changes/
*  Earth's magnetic flip and what it means for human civilization
*  The Weekly Volcanic Activity Report: January 31 - February 6, 2018 [report: 15 total]
*  Warnings issued as Sudden Stratospheric Warming threatens Europe with big freeze
*  Heaviest snowfall since 1986 gridlocks Paris, record 740 km (460 miles) of traffic jams [France]
*  Erie breaks record for snowiest season ever, Pennsylvania [USA]

From  https://www.sott.net/category/4
*  Massive winter storm dumps over 30 cms (2 feet) of snow in 24 hours on parts of British Columbia (PHOTOS, VIDEOS) [Canada]
*  Twin waterspouts spotted off Maui, Hawaii (VIDEOS)
*  Lightning strike kills 22-year-old man, injures his father in Honey Island, Texas [USA]
*  Record heat and dry conditions spark fears of another drought in California [USA]
*  Strange trumpet sounds heard in Austin, Texas [USA]

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« Reply #63 on: February 09, 2018, 09:33:52 AM »
Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From https://www.earthfiles.com/
*  Feb. 9 - Tune In PHENOMENON Radio with co-hosts Linda Moulton Howe, Reporter and Editor of Earthfiles.com, retired USAF Tech Sgt. John Burroughs and guest Chuck DeCaro, former CNN investigative reporter and now President of SAGE, Inc., Sea Aerospace Ground Evaluations, that does work for DoD.

From  https://watchers.news/category/earth-changes/
*  'Exceptional mobilization' as cold wave hits Morocco, south blanketed by extremely rare snow again
*  Record snow hits Japan, kills 7 and traps 1 400 vehicles for over 48 hours
*  Ohachi volcano alert level raised after first activity since 2004 [Japan]

From  https://www.sott.net/category/4
*  Snowy howl: Fast moving arctic storm brings plunging temperatures, record seasonal snowfall totals in Montana [USA]
*  Severe winter conditions grip Northern Hemisphere as globe cools
*  Over a meter (3.5 feet) of snowfall in 3 days for the Pyrenees, France
*  2.2 magnitude earthquake, loud boom rocks eastern New York counties [USA]
*  Erie in Pennsylvania has broken its all-time snow season record (UPDATE) [USA]
*  Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Moscow all time record snow - Taiwan aftershocks & possible underwater eruption offshore (VIDEO)
*  UK's big freeze could linger for another month, more snow and sleet is on the way

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« Reply #64 on: February 09, 2018, 11:32:14 AM »
Jim, We had evidence here yesterday of that small quake and boom in New York - we have a horizontal surplus hay stack that we keep in back, three double-twine bales high and covered with a metal roof supported by pillars of cinderblocks at each corner.  Two of the stacks of cinderblocks collapsed, and that is unusual, because my sons had stacked them very squarely.  There is a metal roof over the stack with yet another heavy cinderblock on top at each corner, over the pillars.  All in a protected clearing in the woods.

The pillars of cinderblocks have survived tropical storms and Nor'easters without budging, and there have been no high winds here lately.  Also no bears here or any animals strong enough to knock down the columns.  Dutchsinse said that pressure has been moving up the Appalachians from Oklahoma and the New Madrid, so "something" is in motion here.  This is reminiscent of warnings from Zeta and others that masonry will be vulnerable to what is coming.

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« Reply #65 on: February 09, 2018, 06:43:29 PM »
Jim, We had evidence here yesterday of that small quake and boom in New York - we have a horizontal surplus hay stack that we keep in back, three double-twine bales high and covered with a metal roof supported by pillars of cinderblocks at each corner.  Two of the stacks of cinderblocks collapsed, and that is unusual, because my sons had stacked them very squarely.  There is a metal roof over the stack with yet another heavy cinderblock on top at each corner, over the pillars.  All in a protected clearing in the woods.

The pillars of cinderblocks have survived tropical storms and Nor'easters without budging, and there have been no high winds here lately.  Also no bears here or any animals strong enough to knock down the columns.  Dutchsinse said that pressure has been moving up the Appalachians from Oklahoma and the New Madrid, so "something" is in motion here.  This is reminiscent of warnings from Zeta and others that masonry will be vulnerable to what is coming.
Sorry to hear of your pillars collapsing, and probably at the wrong time, as it's still winter.

One thing I began two years ago, in doing a makeshift reinforcement of concrete block wall, was to drive sharpened cedar "sticks" into every other hole along the entire wall of concrete blocks.  First I pour water down into the hole, making sure it's nice and sloppy.  Then drive a sharpened cedar straight down, finishing by driving the top of the cedar either flush with top of blocks, or a bit lower. 

Then at my leisure I can stuff straw, hay, sawdust, or even sand down into the space around each cedar pole.  These cedars (small dead trees) serve as "hillbilly rebar" and are easy to find wherever cedar trees abound.  Also, keep the tops of blocks covered from rain or snow until a serious cover can be installed, whether that be a log or upper wall, etc.  (I probably should have posted this elsewhere....)

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Re: 2018 Daily Headlines, MSM & NON-MSM Reportings
« Reply #66 on: February 10, 2018, 07:45:24 AM »
Jim, We had evidence here yesterday of that small quake and boom in New York - we have a horizontal surplus hay stack that we keep in back, three double-twine bales high and covered with a metal roof supported by pillars of cinderblocks at each corner.  Two of the stacks of cinderblocks collapsed, and that is unusual, because my sons had stacked them very squarely.  There is a metal roof over the stack with yet another heavy cinderblock on top at each corner, over the pillars.  All in a protected clearing in the woods.

The pillars of cinderblocks have survived tropical storms and Nor'easters without budging, and there have been no high winds here lately.  Also no bears here or any animals strong enough to knock down the columns.  Dutchsinse said that pressure has been moving up the Appalachians from Oklahoma and the New Madrid, so "something" is in motion here.  This is reminiscent of warnings from Zeta and others that masonry will be vulnerable to what is coming.
The records of the 1811-12 series of New Madrid earthquakes (books and articles) say that many brick and block buildings, as well as brick chimneys did fall during that time.  At that time many log cabins existed in rural areas and they remained standing after the quaking, (only to be mostly burned during the Civil War).

But the interlocking nature of those huge logs allowed them to survive the shaking and quaking.  They had to be re-chinked afterward, but that's a real benefit to log construction--being fairly earthquake proof.  The old log house on this farm and another one about 4-5 miles south of us on same road were both built in 1832, according to a former neighbor, now deceased.  So, those two were built after the 1812 quaking, but did not burn during Civil War, presumably due to their remoteness, not being on any major roadway.  We did dismantle ours, keeping the good logs, and using the rotting timbers in landscaping, etc.

Maybe the best way to reinforce concrete blocks is some kind of "rebar" that is hopefully resistant to lots of trauma, whether it be cedar poles or steel or basaltic rebar.

Another way to build a column or pillar is clever, but not sure what the height threshhold would be.  I've seen these columns at around 4-5' high and looking very sturdy.  The perimeter is either Cyclone fencing or welded wire, or some kind of steel fencing.  Form a circle with diameter of several feet at least.  Now, layer by layer, fill with rocks and concrete, over and over till the thing is full.  If desired you can have a central pillar that is taller than the fence-rock-concrete column, and that taller pillar would be for attaching the roofing.  Just another stray thought.

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Re: 2018 Daily Headlines, MSM & NON-MSM Reportings
« Reply #67 on: February 10, 2018, 08:43:35 AM »
Ilinda, Thanks so much for the great ideas.  Will get to work on the project as soon as the ice finishes melting here! 

BTW: Regarding the possible coming of a mini-ice age:

We are already finding that when we have ice on the ground, it is thicker and lasts longer, due to the colder temps.  I had a couple of nasty falls this week getting out to the henyard, because I forgot to use the ice cleats.  They are expandable with sharp metal cleats that slip on over shoes or boots to give traction on the ice, and I highly recommend that folks in the North consider owning at least one pair, as they are inexpensive!  :)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003MXLJVQ/ref=sspa_dk_detail_4?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B003MXLJVQ&pd_rd_wg=9wg5n&pd_rd_r=4B0ZVNP7KNTA2SJ8FYZC&pd_rd_w=uWFcx

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Re: 2018 Daily Headlines, MSM & NON-MSM Reportings
« Reply #68 on: February 10, 2018, 10:17:01 AM »
Jim, We had evidence here yesterday of that small quake and boom in New York - we have a horizontal surplus hay stack that we keep in back, three double-twine bales high and covered with a metal roof supported by pillars of cinderblocks at each corner.  Two of the stacks of cinderblocks collapsed, and that is unusual, because my sons had stacked them very squarely.  There is a metal roof over the stack with yet another heavy cinderblock on top at each corner, over the pillars.  All in a protected clearing in the woods.

The pillars of cinderblocks have survived tropical storms and Nor'easters without budging, and there have been no high winds here lately.  Also no bears here or any animals strong enough to knock down the columns.  Dutchsinse said that pressure has been moving up the Appalachians from Oklahoma and the New Madrid, so "something" is in motion here.  This is reminiscent of warnings from Zeta and others that masonry will be vulnerable to what is coming.
The records of the 1811-12 series of New Madrid earthquakes (books and articles) say that many brick and block buildings, as well as brick chimneys did fall during that time.  At that time many log cabins existed in rural areas and they remained standing after the quaking, (only to be mostly burned during the Civil War).

But the interlocking nature of those huge logs allowed them to survive the shaking and quaking.  They had to be re-chinked afterward, but that's a real benefit to log construction--being fairly earthquake proof.  The old log house on this farm and another one about 4-5 miles south of us on same road were both built in 1832, according to a former neighbor, now deceased.  So, those two were built after the 1812 quaking, but did not burn during Civil War, presumably due to their remoteness, not being on any major roadway.  We did dismantle ours, keeping the good logs, and using the rotting timbers in landscaping, etc.

Maybe the best way to reinforce concrete blocks is some kind of "rebar" that is hopefully resistant to lots of trauma, whether it be cedar poles or steel or basaltic rebar.

Another way to build a column or pillar is clever, but not sure what the height threshhold would be.  I've seen these columns at around 4-5' high and looking very sturdy.  The perimeter is either Cyclone fencing or welded wire, or some kind of steel fencing.  Form a circle with diameter of several feet at least.  Now, layer by layer, fill with rocks and concrete, over and over till the thing is full.  If desired you can have a central pillar that is taller than the fence-rock-concrete column, and that taller pillar would be for attaching the roofing.  Just another stray thought.
ilinda, your ideas about reinforcements of structures is very valuable...

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Re: 2018 Daily Headlines, MSM & NON-MSM Reportings
« Reply #69 on: February 10, 2018, 10:25:20 AM »
Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From  https://watchers.news/category/earth-changes/
*  Unofficial world record for largest hailstone set on February 8 - 23 cm (9 inches) in Cordoba, Argentina
*  M3.6 earthquake hits Öræfajökull volcano, the largest on record [Iceland]
*  Mayon [volcano] eruption continues without abating, 87 452 people evacuated [Philippines]
*  Natural cycles of the Sun and the changing climate on our planet

From  https://www.sott.net/category/4
*  Argentinian town hit with softball sized hailstones, sending residents running for cover
*  The underestimated threat of land-based microplastic pollution
*  Timelapse video captures 70 vehicles piling into each other during blizzard in Ames, Iowa [USA]
*  Roads turned into rivers, mass blackouts and hundreds of islanders are evacuated as Cyclone Gita slams Samoa (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)
[ATTACHMENT Feb10-2018_flood_Samoa_Feb9-2018.JPG]
*  'Sinking' Pacific Island is actually growing
*  Rain-fueled landslide kills 2 in Bolivia, 1 missing
*  31 landslides in a week hit Brunei

*  Huge sinkhole opens up on street in Fairfax, Virginia (VIDEOS) [USA]

*  Hail larger than softballs pummeled Cordoba, Argentina (PHOTO, VIDEO)
*  Fin whale washes up dead at Caravia, Spain
*  Lightning bolt kills 89 farm animals in South Africa
*  Up to 1.5 meters of snow falls in central Japan (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

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« Reply #70 on: February 10, 2018, 05:41:01 PM »
Ilinda, Thanks so much for the great ideas.  Will get to work on the project as soon as the ice finishes melting here! 

BTW: Regarding the possible coming of a mini-ice age:

We are already finding that when we have ice on the ground, it is thicker and lasts longer, due to the colder temps.  I had a couple of nasty falls this week getting out to the henyard, because I forgot to use the ice cleats.  They are expandable with sharp metal cleats that slip on over shoes or boots to give traction on the ice, and I highly recommend that folks in the North consider owning at least one pair, as they are inexpensive!  :)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003MXLJVQ/ref=sspa_dk_detail_4?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B003MXLJVQ&pd_rd_wg=9wg5n&pd_rd_r=4B0ZVNP7KNTA2SJ8FYZC&pd_rd_w=uWFcx

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0094GO9DA/ref=sspa_dk_detail_2?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B0094GO9DA&pd_rd_wg=9wg5n&pd_rd_r=4B0ZVNP7KNTA2SJ8FYZC&pd_rd_w=uWFcx

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That looks like what we've wanted for some time.  We don't have a lot of snow and ice anymore, but all it takes is one bad winter without cleats or any way to navigate on ice and you're ready to move south.  Not really.  I had even thought of taking my oldest shoes or boots and driving short nails downward through the soles, perhaps roofing nails, but now I see there is something actually available like the cleat attachments you posted.  Cool.   And thanks.

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« Reply #71 on: February 11, 2018, 09:45:01 AM »
Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From  https://www.sott.net/category/4
*  Olympic National Park's unsolved mystery: What caused over 100 trees to fall down in the middle of the night? [Washington, USA]
*  Lightning bolt kills 17 goats at farm in Namibia
*  Dead minke whale washes ashore in Nova Scotia, Canada
*  The beaches of Barcelona snow-covered and a temperature of -21°C recorded in Spain
*  SOTT Focus: SOTT Earth Changes Summary - January 2018: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs
*  8 dead as massive sinkhole swallows eight-lane road in Foshan, China (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

*  New snow record set for Calgary, Alberta [Canada]
*  Mountains of snow: Redfield in New York passes 300 inches for season [USA]

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« Reply #72 on: February 12, 2018, 09:29:16 AM »
Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From  https://watchers.news/category/earth-changes/
*  Shallow M6.0 earthquake hits Northern Mariana Islands

From  https://www.sott.net/category/4
** 'They just left his head': Pack of lions maul 'poacher' to death in South Africa game reserve
*  Pygmy whale dies after beaching at Delray Beach, Florida [USA]
*  Beaked whale dies following stranding in Motueka, New Zealand
*  Lightning strikes kill 4, injure many - hailstorms damage crops in Madhya Pradesh, India
*  Shallow 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off Northern Mariana Islands
*  Chicago ties record with 9 consecutive days of measurable snowfall [Illinois, USA]
*  Tonga declares state of emergency as Cyclone Gita threatens to become Category 5 superstorm

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« Reply #73 on: February 13, 2018, 09:56:02 AM »
Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From  https://watchers.news/category/earth-changes/
*  Earthquake swarm under dormant Furnas volcano, Azores [North Atlantic, opp. Portugal]
*  Mount Agung [volcano] erupts ash 4.5 km a.s.l., Alert Level remains at 3 [Indonesia]

From  https://www.sott.net/category/4
*  'Like an explosion': Western France shaken by 4.8 magnitude earthquake
*  Cold weather records broken at 6 places in Saskatchewan, Canada
*  Woman hangs out washing in shoulder-deep snow in Iceland (PHOTO)

*  Heavy snowfall (up to 3 feet) hits Sea of Japan coast, at least 5 die
*  Beached humpback whale confirmed dead at Chincoteague Island, Virginia [USA]
*  Arctic chill at minus 65C in Nunavut - eskimos advised to stay indoors [Canada]
*  Dead humpback whale washes up in Queens, New York [USA]
*  Block of ice falls from sky landing metres from London street cleaner (VIDEO) [UK]
*  Tennis ball sized hail, severe thunderstorms and a heatwave hit Queensland, Australia (PHOTO, VIDEO)
*  Cyclone Gita: Tonga devastated by worst storm in 60 years
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*  Dangerously cold wind chills of -65 strike parts of Canada

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« Reply #74 on: February 14, 2018, 09:47:37 AM »
Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

From  https://watchers.news/category/earth-changes/
*  Devil's Woodyard mud volcano awakens after 23 years, Trinidad and Tobago

From  https://www.sott.net/category/4
*  Great Lakes are now 69.1% ice covered, for only 2nd time in last 24 years [USA]
*  Heavy snowfall continues to cripple life in northern parts of Pakistan (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
*  3 killed by lightning strikes in Rajouri, India
*  Another large eruption registered at Turrialba volcano in Costa Rica
*  Earthquake swarm under dormant Furnas volcano, Azores
*  Mud volcano awakens after 20 years in Trinidad and Tobago

*  'Worst storm on record': Cyclone Gita flattens Tonga's parliament building
*  Snownado videoed swirling amid Chicago snowstorm [Illinois, USA]
*  'Truly magical' sun halo spotted over northern Sweden
*  Cold spell over January killed at least 35 manatees in Florida [USA]
*  Invasive 20-pound rodents with ability to destroy roads are causing havoc in California [USA]
*  Crews working to repair massive sinkhole in southwest Bakersfield, California [USA]

*  One-two punch of disease and Hurricane Irma has left Florida citrus reeling [USA]

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