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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - April 2022 - Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

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Hundreds of food processing and food distribution facilities around the world were forced to halt activities since the lockdowns started, some of them suffered cyberattacks, and hundreds of others have exploded or burned down, a trend that increased considerably this year with up to 28 facilities burned down in mysterious ways just in the US.

Other related events worth mentioning: Further, The Guardian in the U.K. came up with a brilliant study that concluded that Northern Ireland must get rid of 1.2 million sheep and cattle, along with 5 million chickens, to meet zero carbon emissions and a 50% reduction in methane emissions... all this while global food prices are at their highest points in the 32-year history.

Well, does this sounds like a manufactured crisis? You bet. Yet, nature has its own plans, and the consequences are becoming the most significant factor.

We wanted to highlight that the most relevant events this month are related to unseasonable temperature drops and snow around the world, up to the end of April.

Winter-like temperatures have been gaining ground throughout the years damaging crops and crippling livestock farms, meanwhile planting and harvesting seasons keep getting displaced.

Sudden drops in temperatures are also worth mentioning, as in the Cascades, Washington that triggered a heavy snowfall that caused dozens of road accidents. In Europe, France registered the coldest April night since 1947.

There were a couple of extreme heat events during this month in some parts of the US, Europe and Asia, but they pale in comparison with the overarching frigid temperatures.

Unusually heavy rain and floods have also been contributing to damaged crops and farms.

Brazil continued to struggle with heavy rain, floods, and landslides this month, with a record of 31 inches of rainfall in 48 hours in Rio de Janeiro. In Antioquia, Colombia unusually heavy rain triggered destructive landslides causing the deaths of 12 people.

Thailand and the Philippines are having trouble recovering from the damage caused by continuous floods and landslides since last year. The trend continues as tropical storm Megi poured 10 inches of rainfall in 24 hours killing at least 224 and displacing thousands. While in south Thailand a foot of rain in 48 hours triggered the evacuation of 20,000 families.

The deadliest storm in record pummelled KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa destroying homes, bridges and roads. Floods and landslides caused the deaths of at least 450 and displaced thousands. The storm forced sub-Saharan Africa's most important port to halt operations.

In Uzbekistan at least 4 people died as a result of floods and mudslides after a month's worth of rain fell in less than 2 hours. Floods and mudflows also damaged crops, homes, schools and other buildings. At least 260 farms and buildings suffered damage, and 100 people were displaced. It was the worst storm in 80 years.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for April 2022:


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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - March 2022 - Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

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Over the last few years, winter has continued to gain ground over spring, and this time is no exception.

A late winter storm blasted the northeastern United States with high winds and snow, sending temperatures plummeting and making travel hazardous. The Ohio River Valley experienced the heaviest snowfall that blanketed parts of Nashville, Tennessee, and Cincinnati. Parts of Colorado, New Mexico, Minnesota, North Dakota, and California also reported unseasonable snow throughout the month. Moreover, sudden temperature drop and blinding snow showers caused a 60 vehicle pile-up on Interstate 81 in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, causing the death of 6.

Much of the UK remained in sub-zero conditions later this month due to a sudden blast of arctic air that brought snowfalls as far as south London. Travel and power experienced disruptions in the northern parts of the county.

Untimely snow also reached parts of Greece and Turkey several times this month, including on the first day of spring. Heavy snowfalls disrupted transportation and power in Istambul throughout mid-march, while a village in the eastern province of Muş was covered by unusual levels of snow.

Unprecedented floods across much of Australia's east coast triggered mass evacuations and destroyed hundreds of homes. Tens of thousands fled Sydney as heavy floods lashed overnight. Some suburbs exceed March's mean rainfall. While many areas in northern and eastern parts of New South Wales were recovering from the widespread flooding that began in late February, heavy rain triggered a second destructive flood late this month after a levee along the Wilsons River in Lismore breached once again.

Three months after deadly floods claimed dozens of lives in Malaysia, heavy rainfall affected more than a hundred houses in Kampung Periuk and Kampung Pasir Baru. In Indonesia, floods and landslides affected more than 30,000, and almost 10,000 were displaced.

Flooding also caused severe damage in areas of Cotopaxi Province in Ecuador. Dozens of families were evacuated, and thousands were isolated after overflowing rivers destroyed main bridges. Meanwhile, in Petropolis, Brazil, a month's worth of rain fell in a matter of hours causing damage to 100 homes, mostly due to landslides.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for March 2022:


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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - February 2022 - Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

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Heavy snow, freezing rain, and ice hit much of the Central, Eastern, and Southern U.S. this month. Hundreds of thousands suffered power outages, and 5,200 flights got canceled.

Brazil was hit by an unprecedented amount of rain during February, affecting millions. Mudslides and floods hit the city of Petropolis killing at least 152, flooding rivers in Rondônia displaced thousands, and roads turned into rivers in Umuarama.

A cold front brought heavy rain and strong winds to Haiti and Dominican Republic. Rain fell for 36 hours, and several rivers have broken their banks. Nearly 3,444 homes were affected, and 2,500 families were displaced.

Parts of Quito, Ecuador, were devastated by the heaviest rain in almost 20 years. 40 times more rain fell than predicted by the forecasts. The deluge triggered a landslide that destroyed houses, carried away dozens of vehicles, and claimed 24 lives.

At least 20 people died, and more than 55,000 others were displaced after Cyclone Batsirai slammed into the eastern coast of Madagascar. The widespread floods damaged the main road linking the north and south areas of the island, destroyed 8000 houses, and displaced 131,000 people.

Cyclone Batsirai killed at least ten people and displaced nearly 48,000 in Madagascar. Parts of the country were affected by heavy rains and strong winds that uprooted trees and destroyed houses. All this while the island was still reeling from a deadly tropical storm earlier this year.

Storm Eunice wreaked havoc across the UK with 122 miles per hour winds that uprooted trees, blown-off roofs, and knocked out power lines. It is now considered the strongest storm in the history of England.

Eunice caused four deaths in the Netherlands, two in the UK, two in Belgium, and one in Ireland.

Later this month, Storm Franklin caused heavy floods in the northern UK, triggering the evacuation of thousands of people.

In Argentina, wildfires out of control have scorched almost 800,000 hectares of the province of Corrientes, 9% of the province's area. The fires have acutely affected wildlife in the area.

A strong and shallow earthquake shook Indonesia's Sumatra island on Friday. The tremor damaged buildings, killed seven people and injured 85. More than 5,000 people fled their homes to temporary shelters.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for February 2022:


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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - January 2022 - Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

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January 2022 was marked by significant drops in temperatures and sudden record snowfalls around the world.

Historic winter blizzards hit much of the East Coast and central U.S. states throughout this month, crippling entire towns and leaving millions without power.

This is nearly a year after a catastrophic freeze damaged the power grid for days in Texas, leaving millions without power and leading to hundreds of deaths. It was one of the worst blackouts in US history.

Upper East Coast states in the US are already facing food shortages with no resupply in sight. Some of these are relying on Canada for food imports, but this could be temporary as Canada's supply and distribution chains are halted, for now.

Heavy rain, snow, and storms affected millions in Palestine, Egypt, Syria, and Lebanon, triggering an electricity crisis and soaring prices of fuel and food.

An undersea volcano erupted near Tonga triggering a devastating tsunami that reached Alaska and the US west coast with significant intensity. The explosion was hundreds of times more powerful than the Hiroshima atomic bomb.

More volcanic ash in the upper atmosphere is not good news considering the record snowfalls and overall precipitation around the world.

Fuel, gas, food, and power prices continue to soar around the world while the idiots behind the Great Reset keep pushing for a widespread crisis. Are they aware of the full impact that extreme weather is having on the supply and distribution chains along with their manipulations? It seems that nature could get ahead and trigger a global crisis that could affect everyone, including them and their pathological plans to gain more and more control.


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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - December 2021 - Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

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Another record-breaking cold December with a historic -61°C in Siberia, and unusual heavy snowfalls that trapped people inside their houses in NY, and some others in an Ikea store in Aalborg, Denmark.

Northern parts of California were hit by a record-breaking amount of snow, following a year of heat and drought that triggered water shortages and wildfires. Lake Tahoe saw 212 inches (5 meters) of snow, and the Sierra Nevada registered 202 inches of snow (5.2 meters) this month, making it the snowiest December ever since the tracking started (1970).

Extreme blizzards and record snow were also reported in northern parts of Spain and France. Arette La Pierre Saint-Martin registered 1.6 m (5 feet) of snow, a record for the month since records started in 1971, and 8 feet (2,445 m) at lac d'Ardiden, the highest since the records started in 1995.

In Asia, a powerful storm dumped 28 inches (70 cm) of snow in western Japan, disrupting travel and leaving hundreds without power. Obama city in Fukui, Japan's coastal region, received record snowfall for this time of the year.

Heavy snowfall also wreaked havoc in the eastern and western provinces of Turkey, blocking roads and disrupting travel, while in Istanbul, a monster windstorm blew away at least 33 roofs, knocked down traffic signs, uprooted 192 trees, and damaged 12 cars. At least 6 people died and 38 others were injured.

And talking about monster storms, "the most severe weather event in the history of British Columbia" continued, triggering widespread flooding in British Columbia this month, leaving a total of $450 million in damages.

Malaysia's worst floods in years, triggered by days of heavy rain, displaced an estimated 70,000 people in the southern and eastern parts of the country. A total of 210 areas in six states have been affected by the floods.

Weeks of intermittent heavy rain, and the collapse of two dams, triggered deadly floods in northeastern Brazil. At least 20 people died and more than 16,000 were left homeless in 11 separate municipalities.

Northern Spain was also hit by record flooding following heavy rain and snowfall. The Ebro River's water level swelled up to 27 feet (8.5 meters) in some areas, breaking a 6-year record. The regions of Navarra and Aragon were the most affected.

A deadly late-season tornado outbreak, the deadliest on record in December, produced catastrophic damage and numerous fatalities across portions of the Southern United States and Ohio Valley. Over 3 dozen tornadoes, including a massive one that tracked through 4 states, were reported. Less than a week later, a rare wind storm brought 'Dust Bowl' conditions and gusts of more than 100 mph (160 kph) to parts of the Great Plains and upper midwest. The powerful storm system triggered power outages in four US states, including in more than 100,000 homes and businesses in Colorado.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for December 2021:


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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - November 2021 - Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

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This past month of November, it seems it was all about fire in the sky and ice on the ground. A record number of meteor fireball sightings around the world were registered last month, well surpassing the numbers of recent years. The Taurids and Leonids contributed to the show, but those seasonal meteor showers alone couldn't have caused all the events this month. Something wicked this way comes?

Early heavy snowfalls and record cold temperatures hit many countries around the world this month, but the US, China, and parts of Europe were the most affected.

The US Midwest and Northeast were hit by a rare November blizzard that brought 30-40mph winds, record snow, and icy temperatures. These early cold temperatures raise concerns for a harsh winter.

Much of northern China, including the capital Beijing, was hit by freezing, 10-year record low temperatures, and early snowfall, sparking highway closures and flight and train cancellations.

In the capital city of Shenyang, in Liaoning province, average snowfall reached 20 inches (51cm), the highest recorded snowfall since 1905.

After months of heavy rain and floods that damaged basic infrastructure and crops, Chinese people fear that a harsh winter might worsen food production and distribution, and make it difficult to keep homes warm in the areas hit by power outages earlier this year.

Extreme weather has pummeled at least half of Australia this month with severe thunderstorms, strong winds, heavy rain, flooding, and rare snowfall. Queensland, New South Wales, and Dubbo recorded 1.6 inches (40.2mm) of rain in 30 minutes. Crops and farmland were damaged, and many roads were closed.

Things are really heating up in Australia, could all this extreme weather be connected to the suffering caused by their government's totalitarian "Covid measures"?

Heavy rains and floods continued to wreak havoc in South and Southeast Asia. Cyclone Nakri dumped 34 inches of rain in just 4 days causing serious flooding, and power outages in the central provinces of Vietnam. 60,000 homes were destroyed, and at least 18 were reported dead.

Snowfalls, heavy rains, and strong winds hit parts of Italy and Spain, one person was reported dead and several people were rescued from flooded homes.

Two powerful earthquakes, magnitude 6.4 and 6.3 respectively, hit southern Iran leaving one person dead, while a 7.5 magnitude earthquake shook the remote Amazon region of northern Peru, destroying 75 homes.

Please pay attention, and prepare accordingly!


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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - October 2021 - Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

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Deluges, unseasonable snow, and anomalous electrical phenomena wreaked havoc around the world throughout October.

At least 15 people died and 1.7 million were affected by heavy floods in Shanxi province, China, one of the country's main coal-producing areas. Was this, in part anyway, why at least 60 coal mines suspended operations, forcing 'rolling blackouts' in China? An estimated 190,000 hectares of crops were also destroyed by these floods in China, compounding global food shortages.

Elsewhere, Typhoon Kompasu killed at least 26 people in the Philippines, and at least 150 people died in devastating flash-floods and landslides across northern India and Nepal when 100-year rainfall records were broken. Also last month, Italy was slammed by a new all-time European record rainfall, turning streets and plazas into rivers and lakes. In the US, a 'bomb cyclone' and an 'atmospheric river' triggered flooding in California, Washington and Oregon.

Alaska, Canada, Switzerland, Greece, and Finland reported heavy early 'winter' snow in October, but the US was most affected, with parts of western and southern states blanketed in white. South Dakota reported 27 inches of early snow in 24 hours, while nearly 90 runners had to be rescued after snow halted an ultra-marathon in Utah.

Earthquakes small and large pinged every region of the planet in October, with the most fatal being a shallow magnitude 5.9 earthquake in southwestern Pakistan, which killed at least 20 people and left another 300 injured. Meanwhile, the major eruption of a volcano in the Canary Islands continues, blowing open two more fissures in October, dramatically incinerating 10,000 homes in the process, spewing sulphur dioxide all across Europe, and generating spectacular sunsets.

All this is occurring while food production and distribution networks are collapsing in many parts of the world. Earth changes and 'natural climate change' are the main cause, but the elites' 'clever' attempt to deal with it by 'acclimatizing' the population to scarcity via their 'Great Reset' is only making the situation worse.

Imagine what would happen if the volumes of rainfall you're about to see in this month's video... fell as snow?

Please pay attention, and prepare accordingly!

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for October 2021:


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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - September 2021: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

China continues getting hit by heavy rains and unprecedented floods. Millions have been affected, and the agricultural infrastructure has been left in very bad shape.

China's Henan province has taken the strongest hit so far, lashed by historic rainfall and floods since July, causing the death of at least 71 and affecting 12 million people.

States on both the east and west coast of India got battered by record rainfall and flash floods too. In Gujarat, 1.6 million residents were affected and 7,000 were evacuated. In Odisha, heavy rainfall affected 2.3 million people in 4,964 villages, 7,500 houses were damaged, and around 130,000 hectares of agricultural land were destroyed.

Storm Ida unleashed heavy rain, flash floods, hail, and tornadoes across the NE of the US, killing dozens of people and causing widespread damage. New York City and New Jersey were hit by record rainfall, trapping residents in flooded basements and cars.

Mexico also got its share of extreme weather with unprecedented amounts of rain and floodwaters in the southern and central parts of the country.

All this while a 7.0M earthquake rattled major cities from Guerrero to Mexico City.

A rare 5.9 magnitude earthquake shook Australia's southeast, damaging buildings in Melbourne. It was Australia's largest earthquake in recent years. At the same time, a series of gripping cold fronts triggered late snowfalls in the east coast and Victorian highlands overnight, while Adelaide was hit by severe hailstorms later on... Nature seems to be responding promptly to the rabid, totalitarian measures enforced in Australia.

The Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma, one of Spain's Canary Islands, erupted on September 19. For nearly two weeks, sheets of lava burned through farmland, roads, and homes on the southwestern part of the island. After the several strong explosions, four new fissures of lava have opened. Around 6,000 people have been evacuated, and about 400 properties had been destroyed.

As the Earth's atmosphere gets charged, we also notice an increased number of people, cattle, and buildings being hit by lightning, as well as other electrical phenomena in the sky as red sprites, blue jets, and noctilucent clouds.

Something big is going on folks, there are clear signs of increased electrical phenomena and global cooling. Are we already in an ice age?

Again, pay attention to reality and prepare accordingly.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for September 2021:


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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - August 2021: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

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A 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit southwestern Haiti on August 14, devastating the already fragile infrastructure in Grand'Anse, Nippes, and Sud Departments. Around 7,000 homes were destroyed, and nearly 5,000 buildings were damaged, including hospitals and schools.

Rescue work was hampered by damaged roads and bridges, and further efforts were halted by floods caused by Tropical Storm Grace. The latest reports register more than 2,200 dead and 12,200 injured.

Ida, the fifth-most-powerful hurricane to strike the US, wreaked havoc on the Louisiana coast, leaving widespread destruction in major cities like New Orleans. Extreme wind and rain, fallen trees and flooding damaged basic infrastructure, a million homes and businesses were left with no electricity, and more than 600,000 people lacked running water. The hurricane caused $50 billion in total damage.

More than 1,100 homes in North Korea were damaged, thousands of people evacuated, and farms and roads washed away after days of heavy rains and floods. Authorities expect a negative impact on food supplies due to the significant crops damage.

91 wildfires are now burning across the US triggering states of emergency and mass evacuations. This year, 37,803 fires have burned more than 3 million acres across the United States. During the same period in 2020, 32,059 fires burned a total of 2.1 million acres. Idaho is the state with the biggest number of large fires, however, Oregon has the most acres burned: 554,587 among its 11 fires.

Extreme heat is baking North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, and Nebraska all contain areas of extreme drought. North Dakota and Minnesota, in particular, are experiencing near-record lows in soil moisture, affecting crops.

The Caldor Fire continued to experience unprecedented growth due to extremely dry fuels pushed by the southwest winds in Northern California. Nearly 50,000 acres have been scorched, destroying dozens of homes.

More than 1,100 people were evacuated by sea from the tourist hotspot of Bodrum to escape Turkey's forest fires burning along the Mediterranean coast. In Greece, the fires have forced the evacuation of four villages. The fire was in a mountain forest 30 kilometers (19 miles) east of Patras, Greece's third-largest city. Aided by strong winds, the fire raced down the slopes and threatened seaside villages.

Wildfires also ravaged forests and villages in the Kabyle region of Algeria, covering the mountainous area with thick clouds of smoke. At least 65 people died, including 25 soldiers who were part of the rescue efforts

Most of the wildfires around the world have been triggered by dry conditions, strong winds, and increased lighting strikes. Rather symbolic for a world that is also figuratively on fire as well.

Now to the other extreme of the thermometer, Colorado and Utah got covered in snow just after the hottest couple of months ever. This sudden drop to "winter-like" temperatures in August is far from normal.

Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Argentina, Australia, and South Africa also reported unusually cold temperatures and heavy snow this winter.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for August 2021:


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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - July 2021: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

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China's monsoon season has been catastrophic so far, unprecedented heavy floods have taken a heavy toll. The southwest and central regions in the Yangtze river basin witnessed the heaviest rainfall in 1,000 years, and the water continues to pour down with no rest.

Across Henan, rains deluged 1,700 large-scale farms, killing more than a million animals, and whose many small farmers still play a major role in meat production. The floods also caused a major explosion in an aluminum alloy unit in central Henan.

At least 14 people lost their lives in Zhengzhou city when their subway train flooded. More than 500 people were trapped in the subway in one of the worst-affected areas of the city.

China's biggest river, the Yangtze, and several of its tributaries have risen to dangerous levels after days of heavy rain, forcing evacuations of thousands of people and triggering an unprecedented emergency response alert.

A very serious double earthen dam failure sent 46 million cubic meters of water to the Hulunbuir area of Inner Mongolia, causing massive flooding.

The Three Gorges Dam has successfully contained the heavy floods, sighing relief to Chinese authorities, as a collapse could have had an even more catastrophic impact on the area.

Severe flooding caused by historic rainfall wreaked havoc across western Europe taking the lives of 189 people. Tens of thousands were unable to return to their homes and were left without access to power and drinking water. Towns in river valleys and low-lying plains in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and Austria were heavily damaged. Most of the affected areas had not experienced that much rainfall in 100 years.

Drought and extreme heat triggered the two largest wildfires in the Western US. The fires have burned land nearly the size of New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago combined.

The Dixie Fire in California scorched 241,000 acres has destroyed more than 60 houses. The widespread fires have forced the evacuation of more than 7,800 residents.

The Bootleg Fire is still raging in southern Oregon, burning 413,000 acres since igniting this month. The fire has torn through more than 400 houses.

Greek firefighters faced dangerous and unprecedented conditions as they battled 154 wildfires through Athens, with one of them threatening Mount Parnitha national park — one of the last remaining substantial forests near the city. Meanwhile, in Turkey, eight people died in the country's worst blaze in decades that raged through swaths of the southern coast.

Hot weather and strong winds fueled multiple wildlife fires in Akkar, Lebanon, consuming the iconic Lebanese pine forests. The flames forced thousands to evacuate.

And on the southern hemisphere, Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay reported rare snowstorms and surprisingly cold temperatures this winter.

A magnitude-8.2 earthquake rattled Chignik, Alaska this month, it has been recorded as the most powerful U.S. earthquake in half a century. Several Alaskan coastal communities were evacuated following the quake, but no major damage was reported due to the remote location and depth of the epicenter.

Have you noticed that more and more people, cattle, buildings, and trees are getting struck by lightning? Things are charging up in higher layers of the atmosphere. Keep your eyes open, and prepare accordingly!

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for July 2021: