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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: China's flood and locust problems worsen

China's flood #4 is going to peak over the next 12 days and with most of the country flooded, the water can only get higher creating more infrastructure, city and farmland losses. Citizens are now actively calling for CCP ruler-ship change in the country from so vast and all encompassing floods with almost no relief help. A new China is emerging from beneath the flood waters, the old China we knew is beginning anew.


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5 killed by more landslides triggered by heavy rains in Nepal - death toll rises to 175 since May

Five people including three children were killed in two landslides in Nepal, raising to 175 the toll of dead since the monsoon season began in May, a home ministry official said on Saturday.

A 30-year-old woman and her three children, aged between 10 months and nine years, were killed when a landslide triggered by heavy rains swept their house away in Gulmi district in the west of the Himalayan nation on Friday, Murari Wasti said.

One person was killed in another landslide in Sunsari district in east Nepal.

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Torrential rains flood eastern parts of Sudan capital Khartoum

Torrential rains flood parts of East Nile locality in Khartoum North
© sudanakhbar.com
Torrential rains flood parts of East Nile locality in Khartoum North
Khartoum was hit by heavy rains on Friday and Saturday. Floods covered large parts of East Nile locality in Khartoum North. A number of houses collapsed.

The newly appointed civilian wali (governor) of Khartoum, Ayman Khalid, paid an inspection visit on Saturday to the affected areas in East Nile.

He was accompanied by El Tayeb El Sheikh, Secretary General of Khartoum state government, the director of the state Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, and the director of East Nile locality.

The wali gave directives for emergency water drainage and the evacuation of the people from houses besieged by the floods. Food items were distributed to the affected families in the locality.

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Death toll from floods, landslides in Nigeria rises to 30

Hundreds of people displaced, many houses damaged due to floods

The death toll from floods in Nigeria has increased to 30, according to local media reports on Saturday.

At least 15 people were killed in landslides and floods caused by heavy rains in Suleja city and Gwagwalada area in the capital Abuja over the past 24 hours.

Hundreds of people have been displaced and infrastructure as well as many houses were damaged.

According to the reports, search and rescue efforts were ongoing in the regions.


Summer snow in Beijing, China

It snowed suddenly yesterday for some minutes in Beijing. It was not the first time. What a year!

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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Why is so much rain happening globally?

The Kwanyin temple built on a rocky island in the middle of the Yangtze River is seen flooded as the water level surge along Ezhou in central China's Hubei province
© Chinatopix Via AP
The Kwanyin temple built on a rocky island in the middle of the Yangtze River is seen flooded as the water level surge along Ezhou in central China's Hubei province on Sunday, July 19, 2020.
Summer snow in Beijing China, Red Noctilucent Clouds first time ever seen as a disturbance in the ozone layer commences, hundreds of record rain and 500 year+ floods events through July 2020. Cosmic Ray increases seem to play a large part, and the increases are just beginning as the Eddy Grand Solar Minimum intensifies.

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Global warming alarmists alarmed typhoon trend falling! - First time in 70 years no Pacific typhoon formed in July

This year is the first time since 1951 the Pacific sees no typhoons in the month of July. Typhoons have seen downward trend since 1951.
Typhoon Numbers
© Japan Meteorological Agency
Data source: JMA, here and here.
Global warming alarmists like to claim that tropical storms will intensify and become more frequent unless people stop using fossil fuels.

And recently these alarmists have had our attention steered to the Atlantic basin, where tropical storms this year have seen quite an active season thus far.

Another reason the focus has been on the Atlantic is because very little has been happening in terms of Pacific typhoons, and the alarmists don't want to talk about that.

In fact this July is the first July to have seen no typhoons formed in the Pacific at all since statistics on this began in 1951, according to the data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).

Normally between 3 to 4 typhoons form in the Pacific in July. Up to 8 have formed in the past, e.g. on 2017 and 1971. But this year July failed to see a single typhoon form - the first time this has occurred since 1951.


Winnipeg woman injured in 'extremely unusual' Ontario fish attack: 'It pulled me under'

Driver was left with scrapes and significant puncture wounds on her calf.
© Terry Driver
Driver was left with scrapes and significant puncture wounds on her calf.
A Winnipeg woman is healing at home after being left with significant injuries in a rare musky attack near Minaki, Ont., last weekend.

Kim Driver says she was wading about chest-deep into waters last Saturday when the unthinkable happened.

"All of a sudden I just felt something tap my left leg, like brush it, and then next thing I know it just took a hold of my right leg," said Driver, an avid angler who has been a seasonal camper in Minaki since 2007.

"I looked down and I saw the fish's head, which looked like an alligator, and it just grabbed it and it moved me from side-to-side and then it pulled me under."


Magnitude 6.4 earthquake strikes southern Philippines - EMSC

The quake occurred at a depth of 473 kilometres, seismologists said.

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Mindanao, Philippines, on Saturday, the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) reported.

The quake happened at 17:09 (UTC), at a depth of 473 kilometres to the north-west of Cotabato on Mindanao island.

No injuries or damage have so far been reported.

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Hurricane Isaias kills 2 in Dominican Republic

Isaias, now a hurricane, left widespread damage across the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico before moving on toward the Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas on Friday.

One person was killed in the Dominican Republic when a high-voltage power line fell, according to Dominican Today. Civil Defense officials said Chiche Peguero, 53, was killed when strong winds caused the line to fall in Río San Juan, a city in the María Trinidad Sánchez province, according to El Caribe.

A 5-year-old boy was killed when a tree fell and crushed his home in Altamira in Puerto Plata province, El Caribe reported.

The winds also damaged two houses in the province.

Comment: Storm Isaías leaves nearly 500,000 without electricity in Puerto Rico - flooding and landslides also hit the island