Solar induced Earthquakes?


Note on image:
– Red X marks approximate times and magnitudes of earthquakes (values by European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre). These are ‘plotted’ on the phi axis.
– Blue X marks the approximate timing of the M7 CME and the blue circle the arrival indicated by the ramp in solar wind speed. Note the quakes subsided after the arrival.
– White Circles correspond to the Red X marks and are to highlight density.
– Orange solar images (positioned arbitrarily)
are in 193 angstroms (from
the green is from GOES as the 193 angstroms image had not updated on at the time created.


What ‘Global Warming’ looks like in 2014


Though North America is a full month into astronomical spring, the Great Lakes have been 

slow to give up on winter. As of April 22, 2014, the Great Lakes were 33.9 percent ice covered.The lake they call Superior dominated the pack.

In the early afternoon on April 20, 2014, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer(MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this natural-color image of Lake Superior, which straddles the United States–Canada border. At the time Aqua passed over, the lake was 63.5 percent ice covered, according to the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab (GLERL). Averaged across Lake Superior, ice was 22.6 centimeters (8.9 inches) thick; it was as much as twice that thickness in some locations.

full report here

h/t CarlT

Vancouver Declaration 1976


By Paul Homewood


In 1976, the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements was held in Vancouver. The above paragraph was part of the Vancouver Declaration, which has subsequently formed the basis for much of the UN-Habitat Agenda, itself heavily tied in with Agenda 21.

When they’ve stolen your land, what will they take next?

View original post

America’s Power Grid at the Limit: The Road to Electrical Blackouts

Watts Up With That?

Powerlines, CA Article Caption By Steve Goreham

Originally published in Communities Digital News.

Americans take electricity for granted. Electricity powers our lights, our computers, our offices, and our industries. But misguided environmental policies are eroding the reliability of our power system.

Last winter, bitterly cold weather placed massive stress on the US electrical system―and the system almost broke. On January 7 in the midst of the polar vortex, PJM Interconnection, the Regional Transmission Organization serving the heart of America from New Jersey to Illinois, experienced a new all-time peak winter load of almost 142,000 megawatts.

View original post 789 more words