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USA Hawaii / Re: CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER 2016
« Last post by Yowbarb on July 23, 2016, 11:56:14 PM »
http://www.prh.noaa.gov/cphc/  742 HST (01:42 AM EDT) at the Hawaiian  Islands

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http://www.msn.com/en-us/weather/topstories/tropical-storm-darby-nears-hawaii-emergency-declared/ar-BBuIsBU?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartanntp

Tropical Storm Darby nears Hawaii, emergency declared 

Tropical Storm Darby bore down on Hawaii on Saturday, prompting its governor to declare an emergency over a storm expected to make landfall with strong winds and heavy rain later in the day.

Forecasters said Darby would reach the U.S. state's Big Island on Saturday when maximum sustained winds could near 50 mph (80 kph) and as much as 15 inches (40 cm) of rain could fall, the National Weather Service said in an advisory.

The torrential rainfall could cause life-threatening flash floods as well as landslides, it said.

"I urge residents and businesses to follow emergency instructions, prepare for the storm and take steps to protect your families, employees and property," Hawaii Governor David Ige said in an emergency proclamation statement.

The storm was about 100 miles (160 kms) southeast of Hilo as of 5 a.m. local time on Saturday, the National Weather Service said. It issued a tropical storm warning for Hawaii County on the Big Island, as well as for the islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe.

Surf swells generated by Darby are likely to hit the Hawaiian Islands over the next couple of
Tropical Storm Darby bore down on Hawaii on Saturday, prompting its governor to declare an emergency over a storm expected to make landfall with strong winds and heavy rain later in the day.

Forecasters said Darby would reach the U.S. state's Big Island on Saturday when maximum sustained winds could near 50 mph (80 kph) and as much as 15 inches (40 cm) of rain could fall, the National Weather Service said in an advisory.

The torrential rainfall could cause life-threatening flash floods as well as landslides, it said.

"I urge residents and businesses to follow emergency instructions, prepare for the storm and take steps to protect your families, employees and property," Hawaii Governor David Ige said in an emergency proclamation statement.

The storm was about 100 miles (160 kms) southeast of Hilo as of 5 a.m. local time on Saturday, the National Weather Service said. It issued a tropical storm warning for Hawaii County on the Big Island, as well as for the islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe.

Surf swells generated by Darby are likely to hit the Hawaiian Islands over the next couple of
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Earth Changes / Re: FOREST FIRES and fires of all types
« Last post by Yowbarb on July 23, 2016, 11:00:59 PM »
North American Forest Fire Incident Display System

http://fires.globalincidentmap.com/
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Earth Changes / Re: FOREST FIRES and fires of all types
« Last post by Yowbarb on July 23, 2016, 10:13:14 PM »
I was a little slow to hear about this, been so busy with family matters. This is a big fire...photo gallery on ABC News page
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https://gma.yahoo.com/wildfire-near-los-angeles-chars-5-500-acres-182730521--abc-news-topstories.html

Wildfire Near Los Angeles Spreads to 20,000 Acres

By MORGAN WINSOR  2 hours ago
Good Morning America

2:20  video
 
Race Is on to Contain Massive CA Wildfire

Wildfire Near Los Angeles Spreads to 20,000 Acres (ABC News)
A raging wildfire in Santa Clarita, California, just north of Los Angeles, spread to 20,000 acres today and 1,500 homes were ordered evacuated, officials said.

The so-called Sand Fire broke was first reported Friday afternoon along the northbound side of the 14 Freeway near Sand Canyon Road. The fast-moving brush fire grew to thousands of acres overnight and this morning was spreading toward the Angeles National Forest and away from the more heavily populated areas of Santa Clarita, which is home to around 180,000 residents.

Nighttime images and videos of the Santa Clarita hillsides showed long glowing lines along the ridges, topped by soaring flames and swaths of smoke. Pictures from this morning showed plumes of smoke still billowing into the air. Containment remained at 0 percent Saturday morning but changed to 10 percent by the afternoon, and remained at 10 percent as it spread later in the day, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

The Los Angeles County Fire Department and the U.S. Forest Service are in "unified command," utilizing helicopters and bulldozers to fight the blaze. One firefighter has suffered a minor injury and no structures have been destroyed so far, officials said.

The blaze prompted mandatory evacuations in the area, including one that is still in effect for about 300 people and 100 homes in the Little Tujunga Canyon area. Some evacuation orders for other areas were lifted by Saturday morning, according to ABC station KABC-TV in Los Angeles.

A thousand homes and about 100 commercial buildings remain threatened, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Officials said an evacuation center has been set up at Golden Valley High School, while Wayside Jack Bones Equestrian Center is receiving large animals along with Hansen Dam Equestrian Center.
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Food for Survival / NEW! the Groasis Growboxx
« Last post by Socrates on July 23, 2016, 08:06:36 PM »
The Groasis newsletter; follow the links for Waterboxx and Growboxx to view YouTube vids on them.

Today we have great news for you!
 
In 2003 we started developing the Groasis Ecological Water Saving Technology. Our Technology is an integrated water saving technology which consists of a range of complementary inventions that can be used together or individually: harvesting rain water by building terraces, automated digging of planting holes, fertilizing with mycorrhizae, tree protection against animals and of course the Waterboxx® plant cocoon, referred to by some as “the Magic Box”.
 
In 2010 we started developing a biodegradable plant cocoon and we filed the first patents in 2011. In 2012 we planted over 8,000 biodegradable plant cocoons (made from recycled paper pulp) in 16 countries. Our YouTube channel contains excellent videos about these pilots, which have led to further perfection of the design and materials used.
 
After 13 years of hard work, including 5 years of research and testing to develop the ultimate biodegradable paper pulp box, we are very happy to introduce our amazing break through invention: the Growboxx® plant cocoon. The Growboxx® plant cocoon revolutionizes rural agriculture and ecosystem restoration because it offers a high tech solution for a price that is lower than traditional planting and irrigation methods. It also uses over 90% less water than these traditional methods, and results from our pilots indicate that it leads to survival rates in excess of 90%.
 
Today we can announce the first two orders that our Mexican partner Legado Verde received for our ground-breaking technology: the Mexican state of Baja California bought one million Growboxxes for two amazing projects. This marks the start of global ecosystem restoration based on our “high tech-low cost” Groasis Ecological Water Saving Technology.
 
In the coming decades all countries that suffer from erosion, climate change and drought will be able to restore their degraded land at low costs, whilst producing more food and reducing their water use by 90%. You can read the announcement of the Government of the State of Baja California below.
 
In this newsletter I, Pieter Hoff, include a personal appeal for your support and help.
 
If you want the world to be green and to increase food production in eroded countries, then I ask you to support us by spreading our message worldwide. Please watch the video of the amazing Growboxx® plant cocoon and if you think the world needs this invention, then share our message with all the people you know: friends, family, business relations, institutes. Now is the time to act!
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PREPAREDNESS / Re: Proper Soil Management [animals, water, myths]
« Last post by redhairedgirl on July 23, 2016, 04:53:38 PM »
Getting into this interesting conversation late....

Here's a good book relevant to above topics:  The Resiliant Gardener by Carol Deppe.  She's a Ph.D. geneticist by training, but her book is for everyone and very understandable, and of course the emphasis is on organic growing.  In a nutshell, she says there are five foods one needs to grow/cultivate for survival:  corn, squash, beans, potatoes, and ducks.  (Hope I remembered them as the book is elsewhere at the moment).

Anyway, she goes into depth about soil, soil fertility, tilling, plowing/ploughing, ducks and why their nutritional contributions are superior to that of other poultry, and so much more, too much to mention.  My 93 year old gardening friend kept recommending this book and finally I broke down and bought it and was totally taken with it.

On another note, we also have mountain lions, bobcats, coyotes, bears, and wild boar (most dangerous of all IMHO), and twice in 20 years I believe I heard the howl of a wolf.  We do have goats and have for six years, with no guardian animal.  I'm not recommending either way, but just mentioning that it can be done.  Also our friend with goats had them several years, then decided, in spite of their two dogs, to get a donkey and a mule for extra protection, and in hopes the two "long ears" could watch over the goats, freeing up our friends.  Problem is that the goats are afraid of donkey and mule.  They discovered that the bond between smaller herbivores and guard animals is best created when guard animal is young, or even newborn, often born in with the goats, sheep or whatever.

ilinda:
sorry to be tardy in response. The three sisters you refer to is the way of planting utilized here by the pueblo Indians who live here. I'm going to look into this to see how they implement this way of growing food; may approach them for advice on how best to do this. They plant corn and then at the base of the stalks, they plant squash and beans.  They've been doing this for so long, there must be something to it. Will let you know what I find
I did read somewhere that donkey/burros should be introduced to other farm animals early on (when young), as they develop an instant "mother" bond and will protect them fiercely.  The local Spaniards have utilized burros in their culture and as there are many spanish descendants here as well, will be good experts to talk to. They also raise them here, so I am hopeful to be successful here.
I'm going to order the book you suggest.. thanks so much for your help.
Patty
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Earth Changes / Re: Mysterious “Booms” from the Earth’s Crust
« Last post by MadMax on July 23, 2016, 01:59:21 PM »
Deep Underground Military Bases? Sonora, CA Hit by Mysterious Clockwork “BOOMS” Daily for Years & the New Explanation Makes No Sense

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/deep-underground-military-bases-sonora-ca-hit-with-mysterious-clockwork-booms-daily-for-years-and-the-new-explanation-makes-no-sense_072016

For years now, residents of Sonora, California have been hearing a window-shaking loud and so far officially unexplained BOOM! that always happens between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily.

Inquisitr reports that the explanation floating around Sonora from a local geologist/teacher is that an Army Depot in Hawthorne, Nevada, all the way across the state and behind a mountain range which disposes of old munitions like bombs, might be what residents have been hearing.

But do they have so many old bombs to dispose of that they do it daily every single day even on weekends and holidays without fail for years? Why would Sonora, California of all locations near Hawthorne be the seemingly most affected city of all?

Besides, even people who work at the depot aren’t hearing the booms regularly (via ABC News):

On top of that, not only are they clockwork, but these have been described as deep, low booms which can almost be felt by the people who live there. In fact, a friend who lives near Sonora said that sometimes they can actually see their windows warp during the booms.

So what is it? Lots of conspiracies are, of course, floating around including aliens (as per the usual).

But one in particular sounds a lot more plausible than an old weapons depot that’s a three-hour drive from Sonora: DUMBs.

Deep underground military bases.

We all know there’s an extensive network of them which has been significantly expanded since 9/11 and the creation of Homeland Security, and we’re all just supposed to put our fingers in our ears and go “la la la” and pretend like they don’t exist.

The tunneling project is a joint venture involving the National Security Agency, CIA, FBI, MiB, Homeland Security & a few other groups that are buried in the Congressional Intelligence Committees with some weird acronyms no one really understands. Much of the info on this comes from private citizens in the county, public officials, as well as Coast to Coast with George Noory & Art Bell. These shows have given incredibly good information on the topic for the last several months, beginning in late 2003… (source)

Kinda like the CIA kept pretending Area 51 didn’t exist for decades until it was finally, quietly admitted it in 2013.

Max.
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PREPAREDNESS / Re: Proper Soil Management [animals, water, myths]
« Last post by Socrates on July 23, 2016, 11:06:24 AM »
Thanks, Patty.
I keep busy. Right now i miss my son but i've already experience getting over that; just takes some time.
I'm writing and gathering emergency supplies (like getting new basic seeds off Ebay). I wanna be ready to head off in a flash. I think we'll have warning should anything happen and that 99.99% of folks will be procrastinating so things will stay the same, though international travel might get bogged down; but then that's mainly about roads and i can walk...  :D
My biggest worry now is my books; i've just spent years building this amazing library but it needs to get to a safe place. I recently have been acquiring a group of friends, ironically for the first time in my life; in that sense homelessness has been positive. There's a guy going to help get my moped working again, another guy is advising in moving my things.
Hey, if i weren't also a father, i'd say things are really looking up!
But still always nice to receive kind words, so thanks.
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Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source:

From  https://www.earthfiles.com/
*  July 22, 2016 - Instead of A Big Bang, Is Our Universe A Bounce Back from A Previous Universe's Collapse?

From https://www.sott.net/category/4
*  Moscow continues to be battered by heaviest thunderstorms in 18 years

*  July snowfall strikes Northern N.W.T. communities in Canada
*  Brazilian Arabica coffee crop suffers 36% loss from cold; 70% banana crop loss
*  Man dies following lightning strike in Lawrence County, Alabama; 11th death within 6 weeks in U.S. due to lightning
*  Teenage girl killed by lightning strike at Flaming Gorge Reservoir, Utah; 10th death within 6 weeks in U.S. due to lightning
*  Dozens of seagulls found dead at Bay Beach, Wisconsin [USA]
*  Floods and landslides in China kill at least 87, millions evacuated

*  Two spots in Middle East hit with 129 degrees, hottest ever in Eastern Hemisphere
*  Giant sinkhole emerges in Altai region of Russia after heavy flooding

*  Dead dolphins, whales wash up on beaches in Nassau County, Florida [USA]
*  Twin waterspouts filmed off Hilton Head Island, South Carolina [USA]
*  Heat dome sweeping across U.S. bringing prolonged sweltering temperatures

Nothing new in
 https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/
 http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/category/earth-changes/
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Earth Changes / Re: Earthquakes General - 2016
« Last post by Jimfarmer on July 23, 2016, 08:12:42 AM »
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USGS and EMSC do not agree.  Reporting totals from both.
Earthquake totals in last 24 hours according to:
 
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/
25 'quakes of magnitude >2.4   Total mags = 98.6   Avg mag = 3.95

 
http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/?filter=yes
56 'quakes of magnitude >2.4   Total mags = 195.5   Avg mag = 3.49
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Three strongest quakes from either site (plus one):
*  Mag. 5.8  NNE of Japan, offshore Russia (EMSC.  USGS: 5.7).
*  Mag. 5.5  in Alaska upper peninsula (EMSC.  USGS: 5.2).
*  Mag. 5.4  offshore west south Mexico (both sites).
*  Mag. 5.4  offshore west south Indonesia (both sites).

Largest groups of multiple quakes from either site:
*  11  in Turkey; west incl. nearby islands, central incl. off coast, and east (EMSC.  USGS: 1).
*  9  in Chile; north to central (EMSC.  USGS: 1)
*  4  in Alaska; mid-north mid-east, mid-west south and mid-south (both sites).
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From USGS:
 
*  Little shakers (mag. 1.0 ~ 2.4) in Alaska (31 Qs), Hawaii (6 Qs), Washington (state), California, Nevada, Utah, Kansas (USA);  and in Puerto Rico region.
 
*  33 little shakers in California and Nevada.
 
*  Stronger 'quakes (mag. > 2.4) in California and Oklahoma;  and in Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico region.
 
Notes:  Quarry blasts and explosions are excluded from above lists and totals.
USGS lists some sites near borders as near locations across the border.
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36 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 (18 approx. in Turkey)
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