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sparkuri

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Underground if it hits the worst case scenario. Right, sparkuri @sparkuri ?
I honestly think there will be nowhere to hide.
This phenomenon cause massive shifts in tectonic plates. Already a rare "boomerang" quake occurred in the Atlantic, & quakes have been occurring where the haven't for 100 years or longer.
The more changes in our magnetic field, the more quakes.
 

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I honestly think there will be nowhere to hide.
This phenomenon cause massive shifts in tectonic plates. Already a rare "boomerang" quake occurred in the Atlantic, & quakes have been occurring where the haven't for 100 years or longer.
The more changes in our magnetic field, the more quakes.
Those are actually being caused by the breach, has nothign to do with the solar minimum and everything to do with the the kaiju.
 

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NASA say's y'all need to go outside and get some fresh air.
Hahaha, these guys never stop.
This is why "NASA" was re-funded, and the government gave STEM millions of dollars to get every millennial on earth wearing a NASA sweatshirt.
The propaganda machine is now a 3d printer, lol.

What NASA fails to mention in this google-fluff, is the lack of a gulf stream & the earths magnetic pole shift.
Instead the ever so popular "climate-change" is continually spewed, with man-made inference.
Utter non-sense.

With no gulf stream network, which historically included the east coast roll-up stream, all those tropical storms lined up, statistically will not get the tug from the east coast stream to pull storms from the gulf and up out to swirl north into oblivion.

And, you're seeing storms lined up like a batters box, no doubt that magnetic dimple in the south Atlantic having an impact.

And fall/winters are equally as self-evident. Denver is 90° one day & 30° and snowing the rest. Why?
Because the gulf stream is weakened, so it cant push that famous polar vortex north.
There's a reason the central U.S. corridor has the geology it does.

But by all means take the word of the indoctrinated dumbed-down left-leaning millenial NASA spokesperson who touts "science" while ignoring half of it.

Expect crazy weather, if it isn't obvious already...jeebus

Shinkicker @Shinkicker, from what I've gathered over the last 6 months, anything above the 45th parallel not getting a warming effect from mountain halting of weather systems will experience harsh freezes.
This is what TIME/Gore was talking about in the 70,80,90's, he just got the dates wrong & adjusted them like a Jehovah's witness.
The west coast should be fine from freeze, the downside of that is earthquakes &wildfires(lightning strikes from extreme temperature clashes).
 

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Hahaha, these guys never stop.
This is why "NASA" was re-funded, and the government gave STEM millions of dollars to get every millennial on earth wearing a NASA sweatshirt.
The propaganda machine is now a 3d printer, lol.

What NASA fails to mention in this google-fluff, is the lack of a gulf stream & the earths magnetic pole shift.
Instead the ever so popular "climate-change" is continually spewed, with man-made inference.
Utter non-sense.

With no gulf stream network, which historically included the east coast roll-up stream, all those tropical storms lined up, statistically will not get the tug from the east coast stream to pull storms from the gulf and up out to swirl north into oblivion.

And, you're seeing storms lined up like a batters box, no doubt that magnetic dimple in the south Atlantic having an impact.

And fall/winters are equally as self-evident. Denver is 90° one day & 30° and snowing the rest. Why?
Because the gulf stream is weakened, so it cant push that famous polar vortex north.
There's a reason the central U.S. corridor has the geology it does.

But by all means take the word of the indoctrinated dumbed-down left-leaning millenial NASA spokesperson who touts "science" while ignoring half of it.

Expect crazy weather, if it isn't obvious already...jeebus

Shinkicker @Shinkicker, from what I've gathered over the last 6 months, anything above the 45th parallel not getting a warming effect from mountain halting of weather systems will experience harsh freezes.
This is what TIME/Gore was talking about in the 70,80,90's, he just got the dates wrong & adjusted them like a Jehovah's witness.
The west coast should be fine from freeze, the downside of that is earthquakes &wildfires(lightning strikes from extreme temperature clashes).
Why should I believe you over educated and credentialed scientists? I have friends at NASA, your assessment is funny.
 

sparkuri

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Why should I believe you over educated and credentialed scientists? I have friends at NASA, your assessment is funny.
Hey, you can believe whatever you want.
JFK died from a magic bullet, the twin towers had no deepstate involvement, the Tsarnov brothers were rogue terrorists, a UHaul on a curb blew a building up in OKC, and Angelina Jolie isn't the devil.

As far as I know, I'm not being paid to tell anyone anything, or get a commission or stock options.
 

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Hey, you can believe whatever you want.
JFK died from a magic bullet, the twin towers had no deepstate involvement, the Tsarnov brothers were rogue terrorists, a UHaul on a curb blew a building up in OKC, and Angelina Jolie isn't the devil.

As far as I know, I'm not being paid to tell anyone anything, or get a commission or stock options.
Good post
I support this message
 

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But can you explain it in your own words
Not really, I have attempted to do so but I am currently processing the information and the data.
I am still grasping grand solar minimum and learning about it's cycles.

Climate changing cycles have been obvious for a long time but this particular one has only come to my attention in the last few months...I find it interesting.
 

sparkuri

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Sounds about right

"It is large enough to have sheltered as many as 20,000 people together with their livestock and food stores. It is the largest excavated underground city in Turkey and is one of several underground complexes found throughout Cappadocia."
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That is awesome.

When Esau went his own way, he created Edom, aka Petra.
Entire city in rock.


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That is awesome.

When Esau went his own way, he created Edom, aka Petra.
Entire city in rock.


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There is a bunch of these underground cities...and probably a lot that are undiscovered.

Really gets the mental wheels turning.

I am of the mind that we have had numerous "advanced" civilizations through the last 10,000-50,000 years that have flourished and then faced climate changes that have largely eliminated them or forced them underground or to migrate to other areas that had survivable climates. The grand solar minimum topic has given more understanding to what might have been going on in those situations.
 

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There is a bunch of these underground cities...and probably a lot that are undiscovered.

Really gets the mental wheels turning.

I am of the mind that we have had numerous "advanced" civilizations through the last 10,000-50,000 years that have flourished and then faced climate changes that have largely eliminated them or forced them underground or to migrate to other areas that had survivable climates. The grand solar minimum topic has given more understanding to what might have been going on in those situations.
So climate change is real?
 

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So climate change is real?
apparently it is
A truly fascinating concept I know

Apparently there are maps of antarctica Ice free with inland seas, the coastline is fairly accurately depicted...and these maps pre date the modern technology to map said coastline. A map created of Antarctica and it's coastline before the modern discovery of Antarctica? Interesting stuff to say the least...

 
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it looks like mars here in California definitely some weird shenanigans going on that derecho stuff sounds terrible fuck tornadoes.
 
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it looks like mars here in California definitely some weird shenanigans going on that derecho stuff sounds terrible fuck tornadoes.
mess around with the timeline on this site bro
you may be clearing up soon

Jetstream and Wind patterns are trying to resume business as usual...West Coast likely to clear up
 

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sparkuri @sparkuri , if this the 'big one' won't radiation be a problem? That's why I proposed underground.
Radiation is always a problem and yes.
But the way this works is by changing the atmosphere (lines of flux), which will give clear lanes to those asteroids that once burned up in the atmosphere.
I don't know who wants to be underground during earthquakes.
Another event bound to happen are Tsunamis, like the Cascadia quake of 1700.
 

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Told you that days ago in the wildfires thread. Glad to see you're coming around.
U told me what?

Wind usually brings fresh moist air from the coast here, we are just resuming regular weather patterns now.

Happy for the fresh air that will arrive soon...I feel bad for Northern US, Central and East US, and Canada because they are gonna get some really crappy air for a lil bit here...hopefully it dissipates soon...we also have rain coming also so the fires might stop smoking up the joint(USA) soon.

I didn't think the smoke was a permanent thing.
 

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Today marked 31 straight days w/o a sunspot.
There appears to be one on the horizon...

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sparkuri @sparkuri , if this the 'big one' won't radiation be a problem? That's why I proposed underground.
That's why they invented aluminum foil.
Start fashioning it to match your current clothing. There's no need to hide underground when you can slip on a nice foil dress and go out dancing. With a mask on of course - also made of aluminum foil.