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Arctic sea ice / Re: The 2017/2018 freezing season
« on: November 04, 2017, 12:35:13 PM »
I have been reading the 2017 melt season for a couple months. That was easy to follow, because i just had to read the numbers. But the freezing season is harder to get. What is the problem ?  Is the arctic not doing what it should be doing at this time. The melting season stoped somewhere in september, if i'm correct. And now we are in november. Is it not adding extra ice every day ?

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Consequences / Re: Volcanoes
« on: November 01, 2017, 04:40:14 PM »
It's already a few dayes old, but what do you think of it.
http://www.thebigwobble.org/2017/09/balis-imminent-mount-agung-eruption.html

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 28, 2017, 07:38:31 PM »
Still a week to go, but for the moment they put him on top of Ho Chi Minh. And they already had plenty of rain the last weeks.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 27, 2017, 08:18:44 PM »
Looks like it's going to be Okinawa, and some heavy rain for other parts of Japan. And a few days later Thailand.

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Consequences / Re: Floods
« on: October 27, 2017, 06:21:54 PM »

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 21, 2017, 07:26:41 AM »
I think Lan is going to be a high impact typhoon. They had some rain  last week, almost daily. That makes that everything is saturated already.

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Consequences / Re: Decline in insect populations
« on: October 20, 2017, 10:02:36 AM »
Probably many things have an impact. Over here, when we have ants, than we put some poison on them. Otherwise we have hundreds of them in the house the year after. When we have some weed growing between the stones, we put some poison on them. When i was young we had many moles in the garden, and we put smokebomds (poison) in their tunnels.  We killed everything we could to let everything look nice and beautifull. A part of all that airpollution falls on your soil, and with the first rain it's in your soil. And if you look at the number of cars and trucks that are driving on this planet and at the quantities of all kinds of poisons and chemicals that are sold worldwide. Than you know that there are giant quantities of garbage in our soil. They are close to dead. And that brings the question, how many insects needed something that was living in that soil. Because they are all gone now. And the bad news is, little by little all that garbage will find his way to the sea in the next dozens of years. Every time it rains, flows in groundwater will bring it a little closer to the sea. And if you look at that global expansion from the last years, than you know what our sea's are going to get. I fear that many people don't understand how bad we have been for our planet. But they will find out soon.

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Science / Re: Trump Administration Assaults on Science
« on: October 18, 2017, 10:14:03 PM »
That's a lot of nonsens together. It's these democrats that want to bring in more people, and more people is more polution. And if the premiums for health care were not 4500 usd a year, these children would have had a cover. In other countries they don't even pay 1000 usd a year. And we know that mining is not healty, but than we have to stop consuming. Even solar panels and windmills, electrical cars need a lot of resources, and to build and to maintain the extra houses and infrastructure for all these globalists that are on the run for their own created disasters.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 18, 2017, 10:03:04 PM »
And the ground water is probably not that poluted. If you can filter that they have the best water in the world.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 18, 2017, 10:00:11 PM »
They are living in a area that's sensitive for hurricanes. When you have a good water filter you can filter almost all kinds of water. Even with a small one you can get up to 200 liters a day. In case of emergency that's for 100 a 200 people. They filter out everything from viruses, parasites, chemicals, heavy metals.....And finding water is probably not the problem, ground water, rivers , lakes....

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 17, 2017, 07:34:31 PM »
Supper typhoon Lan is forcasted to bring large amounts of rain to Japan (inch)

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Consequences / Re: Wildfires
« on: October 15, 2017, 07:09:15 PM »
I think that's a little bit a stupid critic, because who don't has some self preservation in hisself . Over here these so called socialist politicians even steal from the homeless. But one thing is for sure, he made me smile already many times. Not many politicians ever achieved that. And if you talk about good politics, just look at the news, you think that's the result of good politics.

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Consequences / Re: Wildfires
« on: October 15, 2017, 04:53:52 PM »
Gerontocrat: Trump is just one person. And the entire global political and economic elite are against him. Don't you think it's a little hard to blame him for everything. Why are the globalists not helping Puerto Rico. Are they not the managers of the "one world ideology". And they can't even handle a small island like Puerto Rico. And it's not just the wildfires in California, you had 3 hurricane landfalls, floodings, earthquakes in nearby Mexico. And this morning i was reading a little bit about the pasific typhoon season. In 2015 they had the first typhoon on january 15 , and last one of the year on december 17. That's almost typhoons around the clock. So if your globalists buddies can't even handle it today, they will have very little friends left in the future.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 14, 2017, 07:57:32 PM »
Patrick, how do you make that screenshot with Windy ?

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 14, 2017, 08:06:33 AM »
A few days after Ophelia another strong storm is projected to hit Ireland and the UK. And betweem them another smaller storm is comming from the west , but still +100 km/h. It will be high alert for more than a week.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 12, 2017, 07:23:28 PM »
Looks pretty bad for Vietnam. They are already flood-ravaged. And this weekend they get another nasty storm. And a few days later again in the south.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 11, 2017, 10:10:01 PM »
Daniel, do you understand what i mean with that small diffrance. If you look at the peak in 1900, that's the average of the 30 years before. In that periode we had 167 hurricanes from which 45 were big hurricanes. If you look at the peak in 1970, it holds the same energy. And it had 183 hurricanes from which 77 big ones. And the 30 years that will end december 2019, if we add the average for the next 2 years it will be something like 210 hurricanes from which 91 big ones. The 2 peaks in 1900 and 1970 hold the same energy with remarkable more hurricanes.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 11, 2017, 09:16:38 PM »
Daniel, now i see. The red line is a 30 year average. But than it is still strange that the differance is so small. But probably that average is going to go up further. Because the last 30 years are all heavy weights. In 2000 until 2009 we had 74 hurricanes and 36 big ones. And the 1990 were also high with 64/24. And from 2010 until today is already above average , and still a couple years to go. In the 1950's it was also a pretty high number 68/29, and a couple years later you see the average going up. But you had to wait until the 1930's to see the first year with more than 20 big hurricanes, and that average don't shows much diffrance with the average you have today, like you were telling. But this is only for the Atlantic. And the question is, how reliable is the information from before ????

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 11, 2017, 08:28:45 PM »
Compared to that ACE pic. If that's the accumulated energy from hurricanes. It goes up a little the last years. But there are much more hurricanes compared to the 150 years before that. So are they getting smaller ? If you look on wikipedia (for the atlantic) .Total numbers are higher and the number of big hurricanes are higher, much higher compared to when they started to count. That's what makes it strange. If they would be smaller, than you could have the same energy, even if there are more of them. Maybe it's the way they calculate it.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 10, 2017, 09:16:24 PM »
That's a little strange. If you look at the total number of hurricanes in the atlantic. There are much more in the last 30 years. Also much more of the bigger ones.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 10, 2017, 04:06:22 PM »
What we see there is the number of hurricanes each season, right ? And if you add data like wind speed, volumes of rain....What picture do we get than.

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So how did they calculated the thickness of the Ice on Greenland ? The ice below sea level will not add to a higher sea level if it would melt. And if you look at the east coast, which has a high elevation, that makes it hard to imagen it hold 1500 meter of ice. So how much ice do we have on Greenland left that could rise the sea level in the worst situation of a complete melt ?

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The 2 pics above  , from Greenland. What are they telling us ? The central part, blue/white, is that below sea level ?

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Consequences / Re: 2017 ENSO
« on: October 07, 2017, 05:56:20 PM »
ok, thanks. So if the oceans continue to get warmer. We could be in for some surprises. Or would the differance between the two, which probably will stay the same. The colders flows get a little warmer and the warmer flows get a little warmer. Will that impact air pressure ?

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Consequences / Re: 2017 ENSO
« on: October 07, 2017, 02:23:45 PM »
A positive SOI means La NiƱa is on her way. Is that correct ?

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: October 07, 2017, 01:56:42 PM »
Still a week to go. But the entire area is going to get plenty of rain before he arrives.

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Consequences / Re: Population: Public Enemy No. 1
« on: October 02, 2017, 09:32:06 PM »
That's questionable Terry. In the 60's we were with 2 billion, today with 7,6 billion. Who has been driving that globalisation ?

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Consequences / Re: Population: Public Enemy No. 1
« on: October 01, 2017, 07:55:14 PM »
That population growth in Africa will be the end of Europe. They already walk in by the thousands every day. And they will all bring their brothers and sisters in. RIP europe.

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Consequences / Re: Lake Effects
« on: October 01, 2017, 07:51:33 PM »
Most reaction say it's about fertiliser. Is that a fact ? The interesting about that is that most land can not produce anymore without fertiliser, or very little. Because they use the same land over and over again. It's exhausted. Put that together with more natural disasters, like hurricanes and floods, forst fires. And it can effect the global food supply in a dramatical way. And that's bad news for the forests we have left today. Because if you can not use the land every year anymore, we need much more land. And what is left, rain forests, national parks...... Time to stop growing the world population i think.

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Arctic sea ice / Re: Hurricane energy and Arctic sea ice
« on: September 27, 2017, 05:39:34 PM »
Is there any data about snowfall, let's say for the last 40 years. Because the sea is getting warmer pretty fast, and that means more moisture in the air. And more moisture could mean more snow at the right place. Did we had heavy snowstorms the last years ?

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: September 25, 2017, 07:03:58 PM »
Almost hurricane strength. That's for thursday. And a few days later the leftovers from Lee and Maria show up at the same place. On ventusky he moves north, and windy puts him much further east, over the UK.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: September 23, 2017, 09:54:31 PM »
If you look at the forcast for San Salvador (+ 6 million population). That's like an average for the entire country of 1000 mm (25 in) at the end of next week.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: September 21, 2017, 11:46:43 AM »
And it looks like Texas is not out of the water yet, but i'm not sure of it. I just learn to know ventusky. But if you accumulate the rainfall until next week, it looks alot. At some places up to 300 mm in just a few days, and it's a big area. Compared with their annual average rainfall it looks much.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: September 14, 2017, 10:38:45 AM »
I think Talim is going to be an interesting case. If forcasts are correct he will cross Japan from south to north. And most of the time he will stay partly above sea.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: September 14, 2017, 09:56:06 AM »
Maybe that's what republicans want, but it's what globalists created.

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Consequences / Re: Hurricane season 2017
« on: September 13, 2017, 06:21:50 PM »
Shared Humanity: I think we will get shocked into action. I life in West-Europe, in the middle between the north and the south. You could say the border between a soft and a hard winter. Here you can see very good that the winter is moving to the North. Because that border is also a natural border for many animals like insects. They can not survive a hard winter, not 20 years ago. But today many insects are moving to the north at a very high speed, because the winter is moving to the north. And when i was young, a little further to the North, in Holland. They had some outdoor ice scating competition ( elfstedentocht), The last time was maybe 20 years ago. Because the ice is to thin, or there is no ice at all. Before that we had it almost every year. So the winter is moving further north. And the oceans are warming deeper and deeper. And that  makes these oceans like food baskets for hurricanes. In the future they will call Irma a baby hurricane. And that will shock the world. Because of all the disaster and financial damage. Many of these places that are sensitive for hurricanes are investor markets,near the warm beach , and the prices of all that real-estate will go to zero.

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