10 Global Disasters

10 Global Disasters

Guest Note: by P.T. If you factor all the probable events that would cause global effects, you may end up with a list as follows. 10. A star 3.5 light years away going supernova (gamma ray burst) 9. Massive CME from Sun 8. Methane deposits causing rapid warming 7. Middle East war (non nuke) 6.North…

Pole Shift, Southeast U.S. Worst Affected

Pole Shift, Southeast U.S. Worst Affected

Magnetic Pole Shift: The annual rate of change of magnetic pole shift, as calculated by the British Geological Survey Geomagnetism Team and the NOAA National Geophysical Data Center, indicates that the southeast United States is evidently affected the most each year (calculations through 2015) as well as northeastern South America. The magnetic north pole is…

The HoneyBee, Varroa, Vibration, and CCD

The HoneyBee, Varroa, Vibration, and CCD

Note that this is not a paid promotion for John Harding, but since we have posted several times in the past regarding the apparent HoneyBee die-off , Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), John had emailed directly regarding the subject. Being a career beekeeper, we thought it would be an interesting point of view to present John’s…

Roof Collapse Chaos in Connecticut

Roof Collapse Chaos in Connecticut

Depending on the actual water content in snow, the snow can weight about 6 pounds per square foot at a depth of 12 inches. The weight of the snow will then equal about 600 pounds for every 10×10 foot area of 1 foot deep snow. The weight of 2 feet of snow on a 80×40…

Total Inches Of Snow In Boston, So Far…

Total Inches Of Snow In Boston, So Far…

How much snow has fallen in Boston? How many inches of snow so far in Boston? (Official Boston snowfall totals are measured at Logan Airport) Boston gets an average of 43.7″ of snow per year according to data records (since 1890) of station ID ‘BOSTON WSFO AP’ (location of Logan Int’l Airport).   UPDATE 2018-03-14…

So Much Snow, Roofs Collapsing in Northeast

So Much Snow, Roofs Collapsing in Northeast

Permalink Snowfall records are being challenged and some are being smashed during this 2011 winter season in many parts of the U.S. The following NOAA snow depth map illustrates the magnitude of the snow depth across much of the northern portion of the U.S., particularly in the northeast where the snow continues to accumulates. The…

70 Trillion cubic feet of New Arctic Ice

70 Trillion cubic feet of New Arctic Ice

Permalink 3-transitional images, Jan-2009, Jan-2010, Jan-2011 Comparing imagery of January arctic sea ice from 2009 to 2011 sourced from the U.S. Navy Polar Ice Prediction System, it appears as though the ice sheet has thickened substantially. That is, the arctic ice during January 2009 compared to January 2010 compared to January 2011, all purposefully compared…

Pole Shift: North Races, South Crawls

Pole Shift: North Races, South Crawls

Permalink While the speed of the earth’s magnetic north pole shift has drastically sped up lately to about 34 miles per year (55 km), let’s look at what is happening with the south magnetic pole. Every magnetic field has two polarities, North and South for example, and one might think that whatever is happening with…

Top 10 Best Weather Radios

Top 10 Best Weather Radios

  UPDATE: The Best Weather Radio 2016 and all of the reasons why…   List of Top 10 best selling Weather Radios Evaluated based on Amazon popularity (as of this writing). Not only should the preparedness-minded person have a weather radio, but everyone should consider the value of having one, especially if you live in…

Alarming NOAA data, Rapid Pole Shift

Alarming NOAA data, Rapid Pole Shift

The NOAA National Geophysical Data Center maintains a data set of annual magnetic north pole coordinates going back to the year 1590, derived from early measurements from ships logs to modern day techniques. Noting that there has been lots of reporting of pole shift lately, to the point where the phenomenon is actually causing real-world…