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…

Sodium, the American Diet, is Killing You

Sodium, the American Diet, is Killing You

Permalink Sodium (salt), in excess, can become a silent killer, leading to high blood pressure and even stroke. No joke. A recent discovery of a family member having high blood pressure and risk of stroke, has led to reinforcement of the knowledge that too much sodium in the diet contributes highly to this danger. In…

Magnetic Pole Shift May Close Airports

Magnetic Pole Shift May Close Airports

Permalink The recent changes at Tampa Bay International Airport regarding magnetic pole re-calibration and runway closure, chart alignment and runway number paint, could become a normal procedure for airports across the land. As an example nearby Peter O’Knight Airport is also scheduling similar changes at their facility. It’s no surprise to many people that the…

How Big are Volcano Magma Chambers?

How Big are Volcano Magma Chambers?

Permalink Remember that volcano that disrupted European air traffic for a few weeks during April, 2010? Have any idea how big its magma chamber would be if it were shaped like a sphere? Volcanoes are rated on a scale called the Volcanic Explosivity Index, or VEI. The VEI scale ranges from 1 to 8, and…

Security Tips at Home, Work, and On-The-Road

Security Tips at Home, Work, and On-The-Road

Permalink Given the recent forecast from trends researcher Gerald Celente who believes that crime will soon be going up, Crime Wave 2011, you might ask, “What can I do to prevent crime near me, or to avoid being a victim of crime?” Assess the situation where you live, where you work, and while out and…

Grocery Food Supply Chain, Risks and Survival

Grocery Food Supply Chain, Risks and Survival

Permalink I read a very good article today touching on the food supply chain and its fragility due to over-active efficiencies, much of which rings true with me. Among other things, the article promotes the idea of growing ones own survival garden to augment ones own food supply, namely using the square-foot-gardening technique (something I…

Next Stuxnet Cyber Attack to Down Internet?

Next Stuxnet Cyber Attack to Down Internet?

Permalink Given the fact that the recent Stuxnet cyber attack, as compared with a current hacker-type cyber attack, is like comparing conventional weapons to nuclear weapons, are you at all concerned about this next phase of internet cyber attack and security? Stuxnet was uniquely designed to target and attack specific hardware, apparently the type which…