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Evil Rays

Microwave Cooks Our Ionosphere: Missing from All Climate Debates, Science & Conferences

HAARP (High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) technology uses multi-billion-watt beams that are directed right into the atmosphere. This chilling technology uses radio frequency to alter subatomic particles in our atmosphere. At such high altitudes, HAARP technology can mimic the effects of the sun. This is totally missing from the conversation and education process regarding weather and climate. It includes, but is not limited to, the use of weather modification technology.

As the sentiment of people around the world is concentrated in the atmosphere of the Copenhagen Climate Conference, it is imperative that you all become informed about this technology. By leaving it out of the overall picture of weather and climate and considering it a non-factor, we are closing our eyes to a MASSIVE contributing factor to the alteration of our weather and to the devastating and unforeseen effects it has on climate.

The military-industrial complex has the power to secure patents that enable them to literally cook our atmosphere. Furthermore, they have free reign to use this technology as if earth is "their" lab. It is practically beyond my comprehension that not one person has raised these issues in the context of climate justice, debate, law, industry, science and the Copenhagen Climate Conference.

Comment: The author conducted a brilliant interview with real experts on the mechanisms that drive our climate who tore apart the man-made global warming theory, but in the above article has not backed up her strong assertions that HAARP is a big factor in "cooking the atmosphere". The fact is, the earth's upper atmosphere is actually cooling.

Saying that HAARP is a "MASSIVE contributing factor to the alteration of our weather and to the devastating and unforeseen effects it has on climate" ironically returns climate change to the fault of man (well, the PTB) and neglects the substantial extraterrestrial factors involved (cosmic radiation, the sunspot cycle and the solar system entering a region of increased density of cosmic dust from cometary debris).

From what we understand of HAARP, its likely primary function is for social control:

Mind Control and HAARP

Evil Rays

'Bee-ing' in a Complex World

© The Epoch TimesThe upscaling of agriculture might have caused Colony Collapse Disorder in this species.
Since 2006, a number of honey bee colonies in the United States and Europe have reportedly collapsed because of the sudden death of 50 percent or more of their worker bees. Tjeerd Blacquiere, entomologist at Plant Research International and bee keeper, discussed with The Epoch Times the possible causes of this phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD).

According to Blacquiere, CCD might be largely due to the upscaling of agriculture. Instead of the smaller, more diverse fruit and vegetable plots that were planted a few decades ago, there are now fields of crops like corn, grain, and rapeseed, which are less nutritious for bees. Bees are weakened from not having enough easy-to-get, high-quality food.

Bees of different ages perform different tasks for the colony. Older bees fly out for honey, while younger bees take care of the brood. Since young bees get more nutritious food, if they are not well fed, they will be considered old bees and will start behaving like old bees.

Bizarro Earth

South Korea Marks Fifth-Hottest Year on Record in 2009

The South Korean government's weather office on Monday said that 2009 will mark the fifth warmest year on record, indicating the continuing effects of global warming.

The average temperature of six of the largest cities across the country recorded 14.0 degrees Celsius in 2009, the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) said in a press release.

The figure is the fifth highest since the country first started keeping track of the average temperature of those six cities in 1912, as the annual temperature has continued to rise by 1.7 degrees Celsius on average, the release said.

The highest record was set in 1998 at 14.5 degrees Celsius followed by 14.4 degrees Celsius in 1994, 14.2 degrees Celsius in 2007, and 14.03 degree Celsius in 2004.

Better Earth

As the World Churns: Earth's Liquid Outer Core is Slowly 'Stirred' in a Series of Decades-Long Waves

© NASA/JPLBy combining measurements of Earth's magnetic field from stations on land and ships at sea with satellite data, scientists were able to isolate six regularly occurring waves of motion taking place deep within Earth's liquid core, with varying timescales.
Most of the time, at least from our perspective here on the ground, Terra firma seems to be just that: solid. Yet the Earth beneath our feet is actually in constant motion. It moves through time and space, of course, along with the other objects in the universe, but it moves internally as well.

The powerful forces of wind, water and ice constantly erode its surface, redistributing Earth's mass in the process. Within Earth's solid crust, faulting literally creates and then moves mountains. Hydrological changes, such as the pumping of groundwater for use by humans, cause the ground beneath us to undulate. Volcanic processes deform our planet and create new land. Landslides morph and scar the terrain. Entire continents can even rise up, rebounding from the weight of massive glaciers that blanketed the land thousands of years ago.

Indeed, the outermost layers of the celestial blue onion that is Earth-its crust and upper mantle-aren't very solid at all. But what happens if we peel back the layers and examine what's going on deep within Earth, at its very core? Obviously, Earth's core is too deep for humans to observe directly. But scientists can use indirect methods to deduce what's going on down there.

Bizarro Earth

US: Earthquake Magnitude 5.1 hits in ocean off Kodiak Island

A 5.1-magnitude earthquake has struck near Kodiak island, but there have been no reports of injury or damage.

The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake occurred at 6:12 p.m. Saturday and was centered in the sea about 70 miles south of Old Harbor.

The quake struck just one week after another 5.1 temblor, 50 miles east of Amchitka Island.

Better Earth

Climate Change Is Natural & Cyclical: Time for Discernment

I haven't commented on ClimateGate because I felt it was more important to focus on the factors that influence climate and weather, the formation of the IPCC, and this new carbon exchange system. While ClimateGate is certainly compelling, and many listeners and readers may find it engaging, it's a blip on the screen of a global takeover of our entire planet - and that, dear readers, is where the action is.

This morning, I watched a video on YouTube featuring White House press secretary Robert Gibbs. Journalists asked him about the hacked emails that set off ClimateGate and the reason why thousands of scientists do not accept the official climate change story. Of course, he handled the press the way the White House always does - by dismissing and deflecting any questions that required an honest answer.

I wasn't particularly disturbed by the predictable dismissal and redirection process, nor was I shocked by the way they stonewalled the journalists who refused to play ball. I expect that kind of gross imbalance and inequity from the executive office, whereby the stroke of a pen renders the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and other integral foundational documents null and void. (I'm referring to Executive Orders, international treaties, and any other edicts that have to do with legal standing.)

Bizarro Earth

Plants and Animals Race for Survival as Climate Change Creeps Across the Globe

© CorbisMangroves are some of the areas most vulnerable to climate change, as a new study by the Carnegie Instuttion in California reveals the rapid movement of global warming across the world.
Lowland tropics, mangroves and deserts at greater risk than mountainous areas as global warming spreads, study finds

Global warming creeps across the world at a speed of a quarter of a mile each year, according to a new study that highlights the problems that rising temperatures pose to plants and animals. Species that can tolerate only a narrow range of temperatures will need to move as quickly if they are to survive. Wildlife in lowland tropics, mangroves and desert areas are at greater risk than species in mountainous areas, the study suggests.

"These are the conditions that will set the stage, whether species move or cope in place," said Chris Field, director of the department of global ecology at the Carnegie Institution in the US, who worked on the project. "Expressed as velocities, climate change projections connect directly to survival prospects for plants and animals."

The study, by scientists at the Carnegie Institution, Stanford University, the California Academy of Sciences, and the University of California, Berkeley, combined information on current and projected future climate to calculate a "temperature velocity" for different parts of the world.

Bizarro Earth

Lull Before the Storm; Experts Fear "Big Bang"

Volcanologists closely monitoring the activities of Mayon Volcano are wary of the calm before the storm.

With past eruption records in mind, volcanologists here are becoming more fidgety with the sudden lull of Mayon Volcano following its awesome two-day display of fireworks, saying it could serve as a prelude to the anticipated big bang.

Resident volcanologist Ed Laguerta said they are relying on the previous eruption records of Mount Mayon in doing away with any recommendation for the more than 47,000 evacuees to return home.

"We already learned our lesson in the past. Every affected resident here knows that the silence of Mayon is not an assurance that they would be safe if they go back home," said Laguerta.

Bizarro Earth

Huge Storm Hobbles Middle of United States

© Charlie Neibergall/Associated PresJose Felix shoveled snow on a sidewalk in Des Moines, Iowa, on Friday.
Howling winds on Friday spread snow and freezing rain across the northern Plains, as the stubborn storm that stretched from Texas to North Dakota over the last several days wrapped the upper Midwest in a dangerous and debilitating wintry mix on Christmas Day.

Poor visibility due to blowing snow shut one major highway, Interstate 29, which stretches from Iowa through South and North Dakota up to the Canadian border, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation Web site.

"We've had the word out here a few days, that if people had to travel for Christmas to stay put," said Kyle Carstens, a meteorologist in Rapid City, S.D. "From a travel standpoint, it's a pretty big impact up here."

The winds near Rapid City were forecast to reach as high as 55 miles an hour, with temperatures in single digits.

Bizarro Earth

125 Pilot Whales Die on New Zealand Beaches, 43 Saved

Some 125 pilot whales died in New Zealand after stranding on the beach over the weekend - but vacationers and conservation workers Sunday managed to coax 43 others back out to sea.

Rescuers monitored the survivors as they swam away from Colville Beach on North Island's Coromandel peninsula, and by Monday morning they were reported well out to sea.

Department of Conservation workers and hundreds of volunteers helped re-float the 43 whales at high tide. The volunteers covered the stranded mammals in sheets and kept them wet through the day.

"Some 63 pilot whales stranded ... but it looks pretty good, we've got 43 live ones," Department of Conservation ranger Steve Bolten said as the pod swam out to sea.