Out Of Nowhere, Something Just Rocked Earth’s Magnetic Field

| June 26, 2020

Inquiring minds wonder what effects the irregularity of the earths magnetic field might have on earthlings (mentally, that is), especially during one of the deepest Solar Minimums in a century? Is it a coincidence that the world seems to be coming apart at its seams with ‘human spirits’ running at the highest levels in many […]

Say What? A Parallel Universe Where Time Flows Backwards…No, They’re Not Kidding

| May 21, 2020

A new discovery in Antarctica has caused a stir in scientific circles as possibly representing the first tangible physical evidence of a parallel universe. Scientists Discover Evidence of Parallel Universe Where Time Flows Backwards JAKE ANDERSON (TMU) – The existence of parallel universes sounds like science fiction, but over the years a number of prominent physicists have come […]

Global Warming Where Are You? Hello Greta Thunberg…

| May 19, 2020

Inquiring minds wonder what is happening with the Sun and global warming? It seems we may now be on the pathway to global cooling. The Sun “Has Gone Into Lockdown”, And This Strange Behavior Could Worsen Global Food Shortages Mon, 05/18/2020 Authored by Michael Snyder via The End of The American Dream blog, At a […]

2020: The Lowest Solar Activity In Over 200 Years

| January 14, 2020

Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, Predictions for solar cycle #25 made by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC), NASA and the International Solar Energy Society (ISES) anticipate a deep minimum and a maximum that will occur between the years 2023 and 2026. During that maximum, they predict the Sun will have between 95 and 130 sunspots. *  *  * […]

Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser Eruptions Break Record

| January 12, 2020

In 2019, it counted 48 eruptions, according to the USGS Yellowstone Volcano Observatory. As Statista’s Katharina Buchholz details, this number by far surpassed the previous record set in 2018 of 32 eruptions. You will find more infographics at Statista The last time the geyser was remotely this active was in 1964, when it counted 29 eruptions. Records published on […]

The Armstrong Economics Model On Earthquakes

| November 28, 2017

The Great San Francisco Earthquake struck on April 18th, 1906 (1906.295). Based upon our model that monitors also earthquakes due to their impact on the economy (1906 quake led to the Panic of 1907 and the formation to create the Federal Reserve in 1913). The risk for a major earthquake turns up in 2018. Why? […]

The BIG One May Finally Be Close At Hand…

| November 28, 2017

According to the latest data from Earthquake Track, there have been 698 earthquakes in California within the past 30 days.  By the time that you read this article, that number will undoubtedly have changed. Authored by Michael Snyder  Scientists tell us that when seismic activity begins to escalate the probability of having a major earthquake jumps significantly.  Over […]

Understanding Solar Flares

| October 27, 2017

Earthsky.org provides an easy understanding of what is a cornoal mass ejection… A CME can launch a billion tons of plasma from the sun’s surface into space, at speeds of over a million miles per hour. Every so often, the sun burps.  But, unlike myself, when the sun burps, it does so with the power […]

DoD Plans Solar-Storm Based National Blackout Drill In November 2017

| October 27, 2017

According to The National Association for Amateur Radio (ARRL), elements of the US Department of Defense (DOD) will simulate a  “communications interoperability” training exercise across the United States on November 04-06. The announcement released on October 24 has not been widely distributed to the media, because the drill is simulating a total grid collapse and could spark public […]

National Geographic Talks About The Yellowstone National Park ‘Super Volcano’ … The Big Question Is ‘Will She Blow’?

| July 9, 2017

Amid a growing ‘swarm’ of over earthquakes (now over 1000), and Montana’s largest quake ever, scientists are growing increasingly concerned that the so-called ‘super-volcano’ at the heart of Yellowstone National Park could be building towards a Category 7 eruption. So what is a ‘super-volcano’ and what does its explosion mean for life on earth? NatGeo explains… Eruptions of this supervolcano […]

Scientists Warn Current Yellowstone Quake-Swarm “Could Rip The Guts Out Of America”

| June 17, 2017

This is big news! U.S. currently under contract to house displaced citizens in case of super-volcano calamity! … The U.S. is currently under contract with at least 4 countries all of which have agreed to house displaced U.S. citizens in the unfortunate event the Yellowstone super-volcano were to erupt. Hundreds of billions of dollars were paid […]

Did You Know There Is A ‘Doomsday Vault’ To Save The World’s Most Vital Crops

| May 22, 2017

On a remote island that is just 800 miles (1,300 km) from the North Pole, the Norwegian government has built a failsafe in the freezing cold that protects thousands of the most vital crops from extinction. Officially called the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, it already holds close to a million samples of crops around the […]

Brace Yourself, The Shaking Is About To Begin…Magnitude 6+ Earthquakes Around The World Are Overdue, The End Result Won’t be Good!

| August 26, 2016

A Series of overdue high magnitude earthquakes are simmering along some of Earth’s major fault lines, an expert says. UTS Geotechnical and Earthquake Engineering senior lecturer Dr Behzad Fatahi said “no one in the world is safe” from the looming natural disasters of potentially apocalyptic proportions. “There are a lot of magnitude 6-plus earthquakes overdue […]

Caltech Puts Out New Probabilities Of A Major Earthquake In California

| January 6, 2016

California has been shaking lately with a 4.5 magnitude earthquake today in Banning, Southern California. Caltech says the probability of a major earthquake in California has now increased dramatically.

2015 Was The Hottest Year Ever

| September 17, 2015

Last month was the hottest August on record, topping out the hottest summer on record, according to data released today by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. It was the sixth month this year to set a new record: February, March, May, June, July, and August. This has been the hottest start to a year […]

So Just Who Owns The Arctic Circle? Russia Says It Does!

| August 10, 2015

Russia is resubmitting its claim of more than 460,000 square miles of the Arctic, including the North Pole, as its sovereign territory, saying it has enough evidence to convince the United Nations that its claim is valid.   The Arctic, which is believed to contain as much as one-quarter of Earth’s undiscovered oil and gas, […]

The Wild Wild West – Phoenix Hit With Massive Sand Storm, Then Wettest Day Ever

| September 9, 2014

Unbelievable….Phoenix gets 2.96 inches of rain in one day! Yes, it will be a day to remember! Monday, September 08, 2014….Phoenix, Arizona just had its wettest day on record — a 3-inch downpour that flooded roads, stranded drivers, closed schools, knocked out power for thousands of people, and left at least two people dead. Flood watches were in effect for […]

This Has To Be One Of The Biggest Weather Related Surprises Of This Decade!

| September 9, 2014

The fire season for this year is well below normal, and on pace to be one of the leanest in the last 10 years…..The entire west is bone dry, so how does this happen? Just wondering. Source: National Interagency Fire Center, Washington Times, Wise Dog Research

Snow In September!

| September 6, 2014

Here it comes folks…snow in September. It’s no surprise to us, Half Past Human was predicting an early snow in September months ago. September Snow in Seven States over Seven Days September 6th, 2014 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D. Looks like September snows — not even mountain snows — over the northern tier of […]

Can Water Stop California’s Economic Growth?

| September 2, 2014

California’s sunshine is getting a little out of hand…so we would love to throw a little water on the subject, no pun intended, but….maybe we’ll use sand instead. Source: CDEC

Antarctic Sea Ice Hits New Record High With 2.1million Square Miles Of Ice Above Normal, During Which Time Ice Should Be In Decline!

| July 6, 2014

Maybe their computers are broken… The levels of Antarctic sea-ice last week hit an all-time high – confounding climate change computer models which say it should be in decline. America’s National Snow And Ice Data Center, which is funded by NASA, revealed that ice around the southern continent covers about 10 million miles, which is 1.3 million miles more than […]

Records Are Made To Be Broken

| June 24, 2014

This just in! The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) has announced that May 2014 was the hottest May on record, driven largely by warm oceans!   Sources: NOAA, Wise Dog Research

Over Two-thirds Of The Contiguous USA Covered With Snow

| February 9, 2014

Back on Dec 15th, 2013: Over half the USA covered in snow, the most in 11 years….Now, it’s even more.  February 7, 2014   Area Covered By Snow: 67.4%   Area Covered Last Month: 48.1% See the map and the 3D image: Here are the percentages for the last ten years! February 7, 2014 Area Covered […]

China Heads Out Of This World….On The Chang’e-3 Mooncraft

| December 14, 2013

So here’s the big question, does the NSA have the moon bugged with listening devises? Probably not, but we wouldn’t be surprised if the Chang’e-3 is being watched by NASA along with the NSA on a top secret private closed circuit TV…without China’s knowledge.  Just kidding, kind of! Hours ago, China’s lunar probe Chang’e-3, carrying the nation’s first moon rover onboard, […]

Cashin’s Comments…From The Floor Of The New York Stock Exchange, But This Isn’t About The Stock Market..Read On

| November 13, 2013

Arch Crawford sends out dosey of a note last night (Tuesday)……  Arch is renowned for his astrological calls on the stock market but this note of caution is not astrological. It is based on a helio-centric theory of astronomy advanced by John H. Nelson, an engineer at RCA back in the early 1950’s. In the days before satellites, […]

The “World’s Strongest Cyclone Ever” Slams Into The Philippines With 200 MPH Winds

| November 8, 2013

It looks like half of the Philippine islands sugar cane crop could be destroyed as a result of the Typhoon, according to Bloomberg. This is the equivalent of a Category 5 hurricane hitting the Philippines today. With sustained winds of 315 kph (195 mph) and gusts as strong as 380 kph (235 mph), Haiyan was probably the strongest […]

Help In The Economy Can Come In Many Ways… For The U.S. In 2013, There Has Been “A Mild Weather Year” Of Epic Proportions

| October 19, 2013

A New Study ranks 2013 as one of the least extreme U.S. weather years ever, with many ‘bad weather’ events at ‘historically low levels’.  This has helped the U.S. economy by sending many commodities to unexpectedly low levels. ‘Whether you’re talking about tornadoes, wildfires, extreme heat or hurricanes, the good news is that weather-related disasters in the […]

Arctic Ice Area Is Highest In Seven Years…Sets Record For Ice Growth

| September 14, 2013

So….what was that shuffle back in 2007 by Al Gore about the ice melting by 2013? Hmm…According to Climate Depot “Arctic ice area is increasing, as new ice is forming rapidly north of 80N. Ice area is the highest since 2006. The year over year change in Arctic sea ice area has blown away the record for ice growth, by […]

Alaska Has Record Cold In Its Northern Interior

| September 2, 2013

Burrrr…… An August 31st  cold airmass and clear skies allowed for temperatures to plunge to record low levels in the Alaskan northern Interior. Most notably, Bettles recorded a low of 15ºF Saturday morning. This is by far the lowest temperature of record at Bettles in August. The previous record at the Bettles in August was […]

We Currently Have The Slowest Start To A Hurricane Season On Record…There Have Been None…Not A One, Zippo, Zero, Ziltch!

| August 25, 2013

Unbelievable!  Ok, now we understand better why the commodity market is so unusually tame, especially the softs which have been weak all summer…By definition a soft commodity is a commodity such as coffee, cocoa, sugar, corn, wheat, soybean and fruit. This term generally refers to commodities that are grown, rather than mined, drilled for or raised such as animals.  So […]

Mississippi River Near A Record Low Water Level

| November 29, 2012

Yikes! A key stretch of the drought-ravaged Mississippi River may fall to a record low by mid-December, halting barge traffic and disrupting billions in commerce on the nation’s busiest inland waterway. President Obama on Tuesday was urged to declare an emergency so the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers can take steps to boost the river’s […]

Worst Storm In Last 100 Years Feared For Northeast U.S.

| October 25, 2012

This one is a whopper….“If the storm follows the current hurricane center forecast, we are looking at over $5 billion in damage,” said Chuck Watson, director of research and development at Kinetic Analysis…… New Huricane Sandy may combine with a second storm coming out of the Midwest to create a system that would rival the […]

The Guessing Game….

| September 30, 2012

In This Guessing Game……There Are Four Possible Answers.  So here we go with inquiring minds! With the World on your shoulders,  which one  of  these four outcomes would you look to hitch your horse to…. 1. One who knows and knows that he knows… His horse of wisdom will reach the skies. 2. One who knows, but doesn’t know that he […]

U.S. Climate Update: Warmest 12 Months On Record

| July 16, 2012

Well, we know it’s a hot subject pun intended, so we’ll just say records are made to be broken…. The Northern Hemisphere just experienced the all-time warmest June on record, at 2.34°F above average. The average temperature for the contiguous U.S. during June was 71.2°F, which is 2.0°F above the 20th century average, contributing to a record-warm first […]

Extra, Extra…Read All About It!

| July 11, 2012

Heads up class…We just read this, it’s very interesting and somewhat concerning, and also off the mainstream table…But then again, that’s why you come here! This from  Bruce Krasting’s blog …….. I have absolutely no credentials or expertise to discuss matters related to climate change. I’ll do it anyway. I follow this topic and read what I can. In […]

Warm Weather Covers Most Of The U.S. Midwest And East Coast

| March 13, 2012

Hot dogs at Wrigley Field in March, unbelievable!…The forecast high on Wednesday in Chicago is 78 degrees, which would set a record in a city where weather records go back nearly to the Civil War…and Boston reached the low 70s Monday, topping the previous record of 69 degrees set in 1902.   Even the northern states are setting […]

Super Solar Storm Hits Earth

| January 23, 2012

So…if your cell phone is a little bit edgy, now you know why! From Washington (AP) The sun is bombarding Earth with radiation from the biggest solar storm in more than six years with more to come from the fast-moving eruption. The solar flare occurred at about 11 p.m. EST Sunday and will hit Earth with […]

The Oldest Cypress Tree In North America Burns To The Ground

| January 16, 2012

“The Senator” was an old friend to many, and besides being the tallest cypress tree in the United States, it was also the oldest of its kind in North America. Even more interesting, it was the fifth oldest tree in the world. Longwood, Florida A 3,500-year-old Central Florida landmark burned to the ground. A fire early Monday […]

Alaska Gets Hit With 26 Feet Of Snow Since November

| January 12, 2012

While most of the U.S. has had a very mild winter, that is not the case in Alaska. ANCHORAGE, Alaska The worst winter anyone can remember in Alaska has piled snow so high people can’t see out the windows. More than twice the normal snow has already been dumped on Anchorage! “The scary part is, we still have three […]

Mild Weather Blankits Most Of The U.S. On New Years Day

| December 31, 2011

Unusual weather patterns are creating an interesting twist to normally harsh winter areas in the United States….Just 19.6 percent of the continental United States is covered in snow, according to the latest snow analysis by NOAA, compared with 50.3 percent this time last year. From the Washington Post: At the National Arboretum, the white petals of […]

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