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14.03.2016
Hurricane Patricia, the most intense tropical cyclone ever observed in the Western Hemisphere and the strongest storm ever recorded in terms of sustained winds, is now headed for the coast of Mexico. Increased variability combines with temperature changes to produce larger swingsOne of the complexities inherent to the topic of global climate change is that people tend to instinctively evaluate the idea based on the weather in the place they live. You mean the 99.9% of leading scientists that now all admit there has not been a period of warming now for 17 years? Also something that has been on my mind… Why do the vast majority of conservatives seem to be uneducated rednecks? I have worked for big oil and I hope the only species that will be wiped out are the tree hugging libbs like you. I am just waiting for the internet comment hate-fest perpetuated by parties on both sides of the argument that have no actual idea of the data or the reliability of it, just parroting things from their preferred pov.
Biologists suggest it could be an evolutionary throwback to a time when humans were still living in caves, when we’d need to learn rapidly what flora and fauna was dangerous, and it was advantageous to have a knee-jerk negative reaction that was permanently reinforced.
That distinction gets a bit muddied when your money comes from the government which is inherently political (he who pays the piper calls the tune), but I will grant you that in general. I’m waiting for that idiot Weather Channel guy who always goes to the hurricane landfall location and reports on how dangerous it is and how no one should be out there, all while hanging onto a hotel balcony railing by his fingertips. Like how all those 99.9% of leading scientists knew the earth was flat, the center of the universe, and so on? OMG thinks for the laughs for one, you do know that was before the scientific method right?
There is nothing revolving this hurricane that could have been prevented by republican, democrats, or even scientists!
Waiting for the Hurricane to blow you away or perhaps the Earthquake predicted that will hit SoCal recently. Another way of revealing extra dimensions would be through the production of “microscopic black holes”. Going to be an interesting watch and hopefully some good video capture of the intensity and wind pressure.
Please enter at least one email addressYou are trying to send out more invites than you have remaining. Some of the most cherished political, economic and social structures have been turned on their heads. Decades of stagflation have produced a fragmented, chaotic and perpetually sluggish global economy. Meanwhile, the widespread use of robots,* automation,* 3D printing* and other technology has rendered obsolete many traditional human roles.
Despite this turmoil, progress has been achieved in cooperating on certain key issues, such as global warming. By 2050, many of the world's most famous wine-producing areas have been rendered unsuitable for traditional grape growing and winemaking, with climate change having severely impacted land use, agricultural production and species ranges.
In response to the crisis, many traditional vineyards have shifted to higher elevations with cooler conditions – putting pressure on upland ecosystems, as water and vegetation are converted for human use.
By far the greatest impact from global warming has been in the seas and oceans,* where changes in heat content, oxygen levels and other biogeochemical properties have devastated marine ecosystems. In the first half of the 21st century, a soaring urban population posed serious problems for the environment, health and infrastructure of many cities. Amid worsening climate change and resource depletion, urban regions were forced to either evolve, or die off.
The average modern building in 2050 is seamlessly integrated into a city's power supply, acting as another node in a city-wide smart grid.
Overall, this new smart infrastructure is helping to drastically improve the nature of urban living. Like the Three Gorges Dam before it, the South-North Water Transfer Project receives heavy criticism.* In addition to environmental damage through mining, construction and pollution, there are worries about the increased potential of floods in certain areas and droughts in others. The Yevpatoria RT-70, located at the Center for Deep Space Communications in Ukraine, was among the largest radio telescopes in the world, with a 70m antenna diameter. As the world warms, the increased evaporation is putting greater amounts of water vapour into the atmosphere. Environmental catastrophes, overpopulation, war and other crises have made humanity painfully aware of the limitations on its home planet. The cost of launching material into space has declined considerably by now.* Advances in materials technology, greatly improved fuel efficiency for rockets* and the proliferation of single-stage-to-orbit spacecraft* have all contributed to this fall in prices.
One result of this has been a rapid growth in space tourism, with journeys available to even middle-income citizens.
Asteroid mining has now evolved into a huge industry, with major firms competing in the business.** Thanks to progress in rocket technology and robotics, countless rendezvous with near-Earth and main belt asteroids have been conducted.
Most asteroids are processed in situ, as opposed to Earth orbit, due to fears of an accidental impact. Asteroid mining has proven to be one of the great confirmations of people's hopes for outer space. A whole new dimension to war is emerging, in parallel with the commercialisation of space. Orbital solar power, since its introduction nearly 15 years ago, has grown considerably.** Various new stations are now in place, able to provide continuous power to Earth.
AI and robotics have played a major role in opening up space.* Automated construction of spaceships and supplies is another area of reduced expense, while AI is used by asteroid mining companies to operate their wide range of robotic explorers and miners. The late 20th and early 21st centuries witnessed orders of magnitude increases in computer power and data storage. Despite occasional setbacks, the exponential progress in computational power continued in subsequent decades,** driven by further innovations in the miniaturisation of components, new system architectures, new materials and new cooling methods. Until recently, global politics and economics were determined largely or entirely by human thought and emotion.
As this shift takes place, we are finding that how we live in our world and how we perceive our world are going to change drastically from our previous and current viewpoint.For 5,000 years, we have been taught that our physical reality is massive and really hard to change. Normally, strong hurricanes develop over a period of a week or more; meteorologists track such storms as they move across the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and warn island and coastal populations days before the storm actually hits.
If you lived on the East Coast during the winters of 2013-2014 and 2014-2015, the idea that temperatures are rising might seem farcical.
Well, firstly, they apply neurological common-sense filters before they parse the remaining data. On the one hand, science and technology have continued to advance in response to emerging crises, challenges and opportunities. Debates are raging on what reforms to make in order to adapt societies to this rapidly changing world.
Although the number of democratic countries has risen significantly over the years,* many have turned inward, cutting off foreign relations.
Most firms no longer sell entirely new models of their products when technological advances are made. Though industries have made vast improvements in speed and efficiency, it has come at the expense of a declining labour force.
In addition, underground groups ranging from those angry at the first world's neglect, to anarcho-primitivists, have sprung up. This delayed reaction will continue to affect weather patterns and climate stability,* as will the ongoing destruction of the Earth's rainforests, some of which are transitioning from carbon sinks to carbon sources.
Others have made use of genetic engineering, or indoor growing methods such as vertical farming.
This is particularly noticeable in the Rocky Mountains near the Canadian-US border, the westernmost parts of Russia, and Europe which has seen a massive shift northward in the areas suitable.
Globally, the average body size of fish has declined by up to 24 per cent compared with 2000.* About half of this shrinkage has come from changes in distribution and abundance, the remainder from changes in physiology.
Countless cities failed to make this transition in time, and went the way of Detroit, many being abandoned and left to decay, or subject to intense military control and martial law.
By 2050, environmental and resource degradation have become so obvious and huge, it has triggered a radical rethink of production and consumption by citizens. Many towers incorporate parks and sky gardens, helping to increase the overall biodiversity of a city, with numerous bird and small animal species finding homes and nesting places.
Cities following this model are becoming far more liveable, clean, efficient and modernised.
It is hoped that this will spur economic growth and stability in the more populous northern area, where the per capita share of regional water has declined to near-crisis levels. The first stage of construction, the 717 mile (1,155 km) long eastern route, was completed in 2013.
Also of concern are the hundreds of thousands of people displaced from their homes during construction. Indeed, by the 2050s, southern China itself is beginning to feel the effects of melting Himalayan glaciers and drying conditions. Many now believe that exploring and settling space could be a way to alleviate some of Earth's immediate problems. Automated design evolution, facilitated through artificial intelligence networks (enabling rapid synthesis of optimal design requirements) has also played a role. A single rock just a mile or so in diameter may yield more platinum group metals than has ever been mined on Earth, and more fuel than every rocket launch in history.* The resources now being added to the global economy are helping to meet demand in many areas. Developed nations are now turning to space to gain the advantage in next generation warfare.* The USA is prolific in this regard. The USA, for example, has established a comprehensive network of spy satellites, each equipped with a wide array of sensors able to observe people and objects on the ground with astounding resolution and detail. Alongside the spy satellites are manned space stations, placed strategically in geosynchronous orbit.


Most incorporate traditional missile capabilities, but other, more experimental systems are being utilised. In addition to commercial power production, orbital solar has been found to have military applications. In general, the increasingly complex and chaotic network of spacecraft now in place has necessitated the use of strong AI to coordinate operations. Exponential progress has led to telescopic power increasing by a factor of over 100,000.* Thanks to this astounding rate of advancement, it is now possible to view extrasolar planets in close detail. The possibility of finding alien life expands greatly during this time, as does the hope of achieving contact with intelligent civilisations.
Longer-term projects are now being considered, with international talks being held over the future construction of a space elevator, to be located on the equator. Information technology has played a major role in boosting literacy levels and spreading knowledge to the world's poor. A decrease in the shared experience of media has led to a further decline in Western family life. In the near future, however, they too will make the transition – thanks to rapidly improving access to web technology.
Each new generation of chips was smaller and more energy efficient than the last, resulting in ever larger and more complex applications.
By 2058, a billion human brains can be modelled in real time on a single machine, at the level of individual neurons. However, it is becoming clear that new forms of machine super-intelligence and hybrid human-AI mergers are beginning to reshape the cultural zeitgeist. Full immersion VR is now a mainstream phenomenon, after seeing rapid development over the last two decades.
Individual stars, billions of light years away, can be seen assembling into the first galaxies. That viewpoint is limited, however, and is the result of knowledge associated strictly to the limitation of the five bodily senses.
But good for you, you got pulled in by the propaganda from the Big Oil companies and they are successful and allowed to do pretty much whatever they want with the planet because of ignorant ultracrepidarians such as yourself.
Think of the sun as a microwave that you turn the power level up and down from 1-10, so depending on how high the energy output is the planet will react. This warped interpretation then gets passed into a special segment of long-term memory normal human beings lack. This has created radical transformations in genetics, nanotechnology, biotechnology and related fields. Revolutions, wars and failed states have produced a strikingly different geopolitical map than seen at the beginning of the century. Instead, replacement components and upgrades form the bulk of profits, with items made of universally interchangeable parts. By 2050, at least one terrorist nuclear attack on a major world city has been conducted by one of these groups. Orbital solar is another emerging industry.* Energy efficiency and conservation have provided further reductions in CO2 output.
Sea levels have risen over a foot by now* and are beginning to affect much of the world's coastal real estate.
As such, many modern skyscrapers now come complete with the internalised creation of food, water and other resources.
Careful environmental controls ensure that these creatures are protected while not becoming a nuisance for human residents. The bottom floors of most towers have dedicated public car share (AI controlled) and bike share facilities, while bus and other mass transit stations are often built into the structures themselves.
Wireless electricity transfer is also common, with energy beamed invisibly between buildings, which eliminates the need for unsightly poles and cables.
Though many regions have collapsed into chaos, others are now leading the way in providing a more sustainable path for humanity. It consists of an extensive system of tunnels, dams, reservoirs and canals, all connecting and diverting water from China's largest rivers – including the Yangtze, Yellow and Hai River. This begins near the mouth of the Yangtze, crosses through the Yellow River and ends at the Beijing-Tianjin Metropolitan area within the Bohai Economic Rim.
As a result, the water diversion project rarely operates at full capacity, primarily acting as a way to evenly distribute water around China, easing tensions between the inland and coastal regions.
This was sent towards Gliese 777, a yellow subgiant star, 52 light-years away in the constellation of Cygnus. Dramatic increases in surface runoff, peak river flows and flash flooding are being experienced around the world – exacerbating soil erosion and putting huge pressure on drainage and sewage systems. As a result of this, spaceflight has advanced considerably since the beginning of the century.
Water-rich asteroids are particularly useful as the constituent hydrogen and oxygen can be turned into rocket fuel. However, significant portions of raw materials are being diverted to off-planet projects including the construction of new space stations.
AI controls this system, automatically tracking known persons of interest and monitoring for suspicious activity. These act as command centres, able to view battles from above in real time while giving directions to forces on the ground.
One such weapon is an orbital kinetic bombardment platform operated by the US.* This consists of two satellites in parallel orbits. Modern armies no longer require a fixed source of power, with energy beamed down to even the most remote locations. Many jobs previously filled by humans have now been given over exclusively to robots and computer programs. Corporations are also looking to the massive, untapped wealth of the gas giants and outer Solar System as an eventual goal. This trend was known as Moore's Law and it led to the gradual emergence of artificial intelligence, combined with brain simulations down to the level of single neurons. In recent years, however, a physical bottom limit for transistor size has been reached,* meaning that computers can only be made more powerful by becoming larger in size. Computers are now so powerful that many high-level tasks in business and government are being delegated to them. Advances in procedural generation* have led to Matrix-style worlds* of breathtaking scale and ingenuity.
You are an irresponsible moron, and people like you are the reason our species will be wiped out before too long.
And for our genius liberal friends, we are in a fucking ice age folks, this is not the planetary norm, the climate we’ve experienced throughout the vast majority recorded civilization is an irregularity.
On the other hand, many of these same technologies have been so disruptive that it has led to a more frightening, unpredictable and chaotic world than ever before.
To repair and maintain the fabric of society, an increasing number of regions have abandoned their national currencies in favour of interest-free, non-fiat, non-inflationary local ones.* Decentralised cash systems such as the Bitcoin* and other electronic alternatives have also exploded in use. Large-scale carbon capture and sequestration** appears to be humanity's last and only hope of reversing these trends. The outside of buildings are often covered with vegetation, or special membranes, designed to filter pollutants and capture CO2.* Government regulations now require a large percentage of buildings to be fitted in this way, making it a dominant style of architecture today. Pedestrian sky-walkways feature heavily in most modern cities, improving access and permeability of the urban realm, while shielding walkers from the elements. AI systems within each building direct its total power consumption, adjusting according to the varying needs of occupants and taking into account even the most minor of details.
At its peak capacity, the entire system can move nearly 45 billion cubic metres of water annually.
This brings much-needed water to one of the largest and most high density conurbations in the world.
This additional rainfall is a particular problem in the tropics and poor regions with insufficient infrastructure or flood defences.
National governments are able to participate to a certain extent, but huge levels of debt and economic stagnation have left the bulk of the effort to private enterprises and wealthy individuals. In addition to room for tourists, new scientific modules have been added with greenhouses, ice harvesting stations for water, and solar arrays built from lunar regolith. Swarms of automated probes are now involved in prospecting and mining on a constant basis. As part of the commercialisation of space, numerous fuel depots are in place around the Earth-Moon system and Lagrange points. As a result, various non-profit groups have sprung up, aiming to ensure that poorer nations can benefit from space, not just the countries and rich individuals that can afford to go. If enemy actions on the ground cannot be rationalised by the AI, government and military personnel are notified of it.
Notably, they allow the military to organise and deploy squadrons of autonomous aircraft and robots.
The first provides a target and communication function, taking instructions from the ground on potential enemies. Naturally, these solar power systems, as well as much of the other activity in space, increase the danger of space junk. Spaceships are almost never piloted by human hands, with everything from docking to refueling to landing completely automated. Large-scale brain models can be used to gauge the likely response of a nation's entire population to new ideas, products, or hypothetical events, for example, or to test new biotechnology implants – often designed by the supercomputers themselves. Entire new societies have formed in cyberspace, with many people spending their whole leisure time engaged in them.


Quantum mechanics and computer science have taught us that physical objects can be viewed as vibrational information systems. We’re still left to contend with the existence of an El Nino, a well-established periodic phenomenon in which a band of warmer-than-usual ocean water develops in the central and east-central equatorial Pacific. But again the center of the universe complex is hard for humans to overcome, obviously it must be us that is the main driving force behind climate change.
You see, these theories are just distractions keeping you from seeing what’s really happening. Humanity is now at a crossroads that will determine its future path for centuries to come – survival or destruction, prosperity or collapse.
In some of the worst-hit countries, mandatory resource dumps are organised, in which citizens are obligated to recycle any unnecessary possessions. Advanced 3D printers are available locally on site to manufacture everything from household furniture, to personal transportation, to replacement parts for the building itself. The artificial parts of this outer layer can also adjust to wind conditions, temperatures, moisture levels and sunlight in order to produce optimal thermal comfort for the human and animal occupants. Along with the construction of new tunnels and pumping stations, the Grand Canal was upgraded in order to accommodate the increased flow of water.* Adding to this is the central route, completed in 2014.
In April 2051, the message arrives at its destination, for any potential alien civilisations to hear and decode it. These are further reducing the cost of spaceflight, with most ships only required to carry enough fuel to get into orbit. In any case, the volatile and rapidly evolving political climate has led to new agreements being introduced. Now controlling the most advanced and intelligent surveillance system in the world, America has regained some of its lost influence on the world stage. They also ensure that there are repair crews constantly on call, in the event of spy satellites or other craft malfunctioning.
The second satellite is armed with several 20-foot long, specially reinforced tungsten rods, each complete with tail fins and an internal guidance computer.
Naturally, many passengers view this level of AI control with trepidation, cultural fears still being a part of space travel.* Farther away from Earth, numerous robotic probes, each equipped with their own AI, are exploring the planets, moons and asteroids of the outer Solar System.
This is raising major concerns regarding possible existential risks and unforeseen consequences. When encountering a player or character online, it is practically impossible to distinguish between human and machine intelligence.
When we understand the concept of energy exchange, our solid and immovable reality becomes something much lighter and responsive to positive change.Scientists, in recent years, are finding that the Earth's magnetic fields are far more significant than they previously thought. Barring a miracle, the most violent storm on record is going to smash into central Mexico into areas with limited infrastructure and little early warning capability. This brings water from the Danjiangkou and Three Gorges reservoirs, as well as the Han River, north to Beijing and its neighbouring provinces. Though human presence is still confined to the poles, a number of prospecting missions are underway in preparation for mining operations.* Other long-term plans include solar power stations capable of beaming energy directly to Earth. In today's hi-tech, fast-moving wars, communication and information are of unparalleled importance.
These are yielding unprecedented amounts of empirical data about the nature of these bodies and the early history of the Solar System.
As for how this happened, the storm began in water that’s already warmer than usual, thanks to the ongoing El Nino cycle.
These are often integrated seamlessly into the building design, so as not to harm the aesthetic appeal. This totals 787 miles (1,267 km) in length and by 2030 was diverting over 13 billion cubic metres of water annually. These stations act as intelligence centres of sorts, and as such become prized targets for enemy forces.
Using nothing but gravity and pure force, these missiles can impact with the power of a tactical nuclear warhead – only without the deadly fallout.
These particles connect us to the Earths magnetic field in a powerful way as a human antenna. No matter what caused it, Patricia is going to devastate the Pacific coast when it arrives later today. Radical new political parties and movements have emerged, advocating the overthrow of the reigning system. Knowing this, no expense is spared when it comes to advanced shielding and warning systems. Almost no bunker is safe, as the weapon lands with utterly devastating force, penetrating deep underground. Adding to the problem is the fact that not many cyclones have developed in the same geographical area as Patricia, which means there was a tremendous amount of untapped energy waiting to be unleashed.
Several problems needed to be overcome before this system was operational, such as the cost of lifting the materials into space and creating rods of sufficient strength to withstand the energies involved. It is easier for us to accept change when we are in the weaker magnetic fields that we are now experiencing.
This route diverts water from the headwaters of the Yangtze to the parched eastern plateaus. Our beliefs about our experiences strongly influence our physical reality.At present, we are in the midst of solar flare cycle 24 that is influencing the magnetic fields on Earth and also the consciousness of mankind.
For the Earth, the solar activity is causing a cleansing affect as physical shifting, shaking, purging and extraordinary weather patterns.
And for us, we are experiencing the same on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels. This was captured neatly last year, as various parts of the United States saw record highs, while others were crushed with record lows. Our inner weather patterns show up as tears, moodiness, anxiety, intense grief or sadness, and other common emotional reactions. As a resident of Buffalo NY, let me promise you: Last winter was brutal unless you lived in Boston, in which case everyone else had the easiest winter of all time. It feels uncomfortable when it is happening, but the result of releasing all the negativity is amazing.The beautiful gift we are receiving from the current solar cycle is the ultimate awakening of our consciousness and the higher codes of our DNA.
This awakening is what is moving us away from the outdated ego beliefs of separation and illusion into a new reality of Soul awareness. 2014-2015 was the second winter in a row in which the Arctic jet stream dipped lower than it typically does, blasting the Eastern US into an icy hellscape, while locking hot air over the western half of the country (more, if you count Alaska).The second way that climate change causes problems is that it shifts the scale from its old default towards a newer default warmer state, thereby creating conditions that are both warmer than before and more prone to deviate from the norm. This is captured by the graph below, which shows climate trends that are both more variable (the curve is more shallow) and right-shifted (temperatures are generally warmer). A light at the center of the universe that has been dormant for millennia has been rekindled. This is the light of life itself, waking up, remembering its own real nature and divine purpose. With this awakening, our world is undergoing a transformation at the core of its very essence as shown in Heather's ebook How Solar Flares Help You to Evolve, that offers a positive viewpoint on what is happening on Earth at this time of the Shift into Higher Consciousness.
This e-book contains researched information through research with people from around the globe regarding the effects of solar activity, and also from research into what scientists are currently saying on the subject.
Skies turned beautiful shades of red, purple, and green over Scandinavia, Canada, Antarctica, and more than half a dozen northern-tier US states. This spectacular "fountain of light" plunged into a forest near Keller, Washington:i»?"It was a very dynamic display," reports photographer Rocky Raybell. Researchers call this type of interplanetary magnetic field "negative IMF" or "southward-pointing B-sub-z." Such fields easily link to Earth's magnetic field, opening a crack in our planet's magnetosphere. A display of high-latitude auroras is possible, especially in the southern hemisphere where darkening autumn skies favor visibility.
Antarctic photographers, warm up your cameras!A i»?TRANSIT OF MERCURY: On Monday morning, May 9th, Mercury will pass directly between Earth and the sun, producing a rare transit visible from the Americas, Europe, Africa and much of Asia.
A The transit lasts for more than 7 hours, so Mercury will still be gliding across the solar disk when the sun comes up over places like California and Alaska.
In that case, you can watch the transit online, broadcast live from the Coca-Cola Space Science Center in Columbus, Georgia. Also, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory will transmit images from space.Mercury passes directly between the sun and Earth about 13 times every century. A The last time it happened was ten years ago in 2006, meaning it is more rare than lunar and solar eclipses. Another strange symptom I am hearing about lately is a feeling of electrical shocks and pain in the legs. A It is greatly appreciated.A Drink extra water, take vitamin B complex and get extra rest if you are able to help the body process these energies. ThanksA 1) Are you experiencing heat sensations in the body?2) If so was there strong solar activity happening? 3) Were you drinking water that day?4) Did the heart race?5) Did you find yourself having to go to the bathroom many times?6) Did you feel anxious?7) Did the body feel shaky?8) Did you feel like you had a temperature and if so did you take your temperature reading?9) Did the energy move to different parts of the body or was it generalized over all the body?10) Did you feel confused?11) Did you feel nauseous with an aching stomach?12) Was the energy in the maintrunk of the body or was it from head to toe?13) Did the energy move around the body?14) Was your face red?15) Did you feel dizzy or have vertigo?16) Didyou feel very emotional?17) Did you experience skin inflammation?
With this awakening, our world is undergoing a transformation at the core of its very essence as shown in Heather's ebook How Solar Flares Help You to Evolve, that offers a positive viewpoint on what is happening on Earth at this time of the Shift into Higher Consciousness.



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