Tremors Around The El Hierro Volcano Could Mean Big Things…Or Maybe Not

| November 8, 2011

No, we didn’t make this up….really, who could even have dreamed up such a thing? From Art Cashin on the floor of The New York Stock Exchange: There are new reports of earth tremors around the El Hierro volcano in the Canary Islands.  As you probably recall, El Hierro is located on a very unusual […]

Oklahoma Has 5.6 Magnitude Earthquake, Its Largest Ever…And Outlier Thoughts For The Rest Of This Year

| November 6, 2011

Odd things are happening in some unusual places, like the largest earthquake in Oklahoma, ever….expect more according to Clif High. Clif does Asymmetric Language Trend Analysis and writes a report called The Shape Of Things To Come.  We have followed him for some time and we have to say he has had some outlandish predictions on things…the interesting thing is that a […]

Hurricane Irene May Be Worse Because Of New Moon

| August 26, 2011

Here comes the mother of all storms for the East coast!  So here’s an interesting question….what happens if you have a giant crane up in the air working a project on the East coast (New York or New Jersey) and it can’t be removed in time because you’ve never before seen a hurricane come this far north like this one?  Just […]

Solar Storm Season Creates Havick

| August 11, 2011

If your cell phone is having problems, ours are too…. here may be the reason why. Solar storms could affect earth technology. According to The International Business Times: “Power grids, GPS systems and satellites could be among the technologies affected by surges of energy released by the sun’s swelling magnetic field, according to the National Oceanic […]

Texas Power Grid In Jeapordy

| August 4, 2011

Is Texas setting itself up for an electric grid disaster….we’ll soon see! Power demand for Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc, or ERCOT, which runs the power grid for most of the state, hit three consecutive records this week as Texans cranked up air conditioners to escape one of the hottest summers on record.  Power […]

Nuclear Power Plant Updates

| June 19, 2011

From Washington’s Blog………….. WOWT Reports: [Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant’s chief nuclear officer, Dave Bannister] said for the plant to get to a disaster level, floodwater would have to rise three and a half feet above where it stands now. The Kansas City Star Notes:  The endless complexities have made prediction a tough task, said […]

The Hundred Year Drought In Texas

| June 13, 2011

We’ve just had 100 year floods, now it looks like we have the 100 year drought………About 94 percent of Texas was in a state of severe, extreme or exceptional drought as of June 7, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor compiled by the U.S. Agriculture Department and the National Drought Mitigation Center. The October-through-May period was […]

The Gulf Of Mexico Is Looking At Largest Dead Zone Ever!

| June 2, 2011

We need to keep a watch on this… the waters of the Mississippi head downstream, they leave behind flooded towns and ruined lives, but even worse they carry a nasty combination of farm chemicals and waste that is expected to result in the largest dead zone ever in the Gulf of Mexico. Dead zones are areas of the ocean where […]

China Drought Worst In Over 50 Years

| June 2, 2011

Heads up comments from the one and only….Art Cashin on the floor of The New York Stock Exchange. China Drought Worsens, Possibly Putting Pinch On Profits, Populace And Maybe The Government – As we noted last week, new pressures appear to be accelerating in China.  Not the least of these is the worsening of the […]

Chinesse Food Prices Soaring Because Of Worst Drought In 50 Years

| May 31, 2011

“The impacts of China’s worst drought in 50 years have been served up on the nation’s dining tables as the price of rice and vegetables from drought-hit provinces have skyrocketed. The average price of staple foods in 50 cities has increased significantly, and the price of some leaf vegetables has jumped 16 percent in one […]

Here Is A Real Problem, Food Prices….And It’s Not Going Away Anytime Soon!

| May 27, 2011

There will be riots around the world if bad weather continues to dilute food crops.  This has the potential to be a world wide problem as spring turns to summer.  The realization will come by fall if farm harvests turn to dust in the wind !  So, what happens if we have a decent harvest?….Aah then consider us to be lucky and food inflation may be […]

Gene Inger Checks In With This Insightful Report Tonight

| May 24, 2011

From good friend Gene Inger, publisher of The Inger Letter……..since 1969!   Interestingly the ‘magnetic field’ has shifted further than ever for a 20 year period; and that’s why the North Pole moved to Siberia. Yes all globes are actually wrong now.  We might add the South Pole has moved too.  Don’t think this doesn’t matter […]

Severe Weather Is Hitting U.S. Midwest And East

| May 24, 2011

We have talked about this weather problem since back in January….reciting from the Clif High report  “The Shape Of Things To Come.”  Clif said there would be summer tornadoes with hurricane force and at least 4 large earthquakes in the Northern and Southern Hemisphere that are due before year end and volcano eruptions too, along with major fires in […]

Iceland Volcanic Ash Drifts Toward U.K., Disrupts Air Traffic

| May 23, 2011

Ash covered small towns on Iceland’s southeast coast immediately following the eruption. On May 22 a dark cloud of ash reached Reykjavik, prompting city officials to warn people with asthma or other breathing disorders to stay indoors. “Everything is pitch-black,” Gudmundur Vignir Steinsson, a gas-station owner in Kirkjubaejarklaustur, about 75 kilometers from the volcano, said […]

Tepco Confirms Meltdown of Reactors #1, then #2 and #3

| May 23, 2011

This shouldn’t be news to the readers of as we broke the original story early on.  Tokyo  Electric Power Co. confirmed a meltdown of fuel rods in two more reactors at its Fukushima nuclear plant, which has been emitting radiation since an earthquake and tsunami knocked out power and cooling systems. Fuel rods in the […]

The Hundred Year Flood Has Now Happened (3) Times Since 1927

| May 19, 2011

Vicksburg has seen the worst of the floods with the Mississippi River’s height swelling to 56.3 feet at its highest point, eclipsing the record set in 1927. Employees at Dirt Works, Inc, a cement production business in South Vicksburg, built a makeshift levee to protect the business but it burst on Monday. The Yazoo River’s […]

Mississippi River Flood Passes Record At Natchez

| May 11, 2011

So why do they call it the 100 year flood…..when it’s happened now 3 times (1927,1937 and 2011) in the last 84 years! MEMPHIS/NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – The swollen Mississippi River set a record high water level at Natchez, Mississippi, on Wednesday — 10 days before its expected crest in the southern city. The level of […]

Bin Laden Evidence Trove From Department Of Homeland Security

| May 5, 2011

Interesting to say the least! Watch ABC News’ full report on the bin Laden evidence trove tonight on “World News With Diane Sawyer”. A new bulletin issued tonight by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security and obtained by ABC News describes the terror organization’s chilling desire to derail a train. “As of February […]

Japanese Nuclear Meltdown World Weather Map

| March 14, 2011

Should any of these plants go into full meltdown (indications are (2) already have) there will be both a human and economic disaster worse than 1945. Japan’s nightmare gets even WORSE: All THREE damaged nuclear reactors now in ‘meltdown’ at tsunami-hit power station.   By Richard Shears Last updated at 5:09 PM on 14th March 2011 The […]

Weather Map Related To Japanese Earthquake

| March 12, 2011

This may be a very important map!

Volcano Bulusan Eruptes In The Philippines

| February 21, 2011

Thousands of people in the Philippines fled their homes as a volcano erupted on Monday, sending a spectacular column of ash high into the sky, residents said. The eruption of Bulusan, a 1,559-metre (5,115-foot) volcano, turned mid-morning into night for about 20 minutes across largely farming areas around its slopes, regional army spokesman Major Harold […]

NASA: Huge Solar Flare Jams Radio, Satellite Signals

| February 17, 2011

A powerful solar eruption that triggered a huge geomagnetic storm has disturbed radio communications and could disrupt electrical power grids, radio and satellite communication in the next days, NASA said.    A strong wave of charged plasma particles emanating from the Jupiter-sized sun spot, the most powerful seen in four years, has already disrupted radio […]

Things Are Heating Up…No Pun Intended

| February 16, 2011

LOS ANGELES (CBS)….After years of relative quiet on our nearest star, activity has picked up as of late, resulting in a solar flare that marks the strongest since 2006. After the initial blast of radiation accompanying the coronal mass ejection (CME) — the first of its magnitude to occur in the new solar cycle of […]

Oklahoma Cold Snap Sets New Records

| February 10, 2011

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – A record amount of snow has fallen across Oklahoma while temperatures across the state Thursday morning were lower than North Pole, which was a balmy 16 degrees. In Bartlesville, the National Weather Service recorded the temperature reaching -28 degrees below 0, setting an all-time city record. The Oklahoma Mesonet released a statement […]

Cold Weather Hits Mexico

| February 7, 2011

Freezing weather and snow paralyzed the border city of Ciudad Juarez, knocking out electricity and water in thousands of homes and closing roads and factories. Record low temperatures hit the city, across from El Paso, Texas with temeratures fluctuating between -0.4 and 10 degrees Fahrenheit (-18 and -10 degrees Celsius). “There have been cold temperatures […]

U.S. And China Threaten Each Other According To WikiLeaks Documents

| February 3, 2011

The United States threatened to take military action against China during a secret “star wars” arms race within the past few years, according to leaked documents obtained by The Daily Telegraph.   By Tim Ross, Holly Watt and Christopher Hope The two nuclear superpowers both shot down their own satellites using sophisticated missiles in separate […]

Massive Cyclone Of Epic Proportions Makes Landfall In Australia

| February 2, 2011

Australia is fighting its worst weather in a 100 years, first rain and floods, now a huge cyclone.  Cyclone Yasi, which is now projected to be a category 5 storm according to the Australian Weather Bureau, is making landfall in Queensland and will add to the continent’s flooding misery, which has already incurred over $20 billion of damages […]

Snowstorm Shatters New York City, Philadelphia Records

| January 27, 2011

Records are made to be broken,…..but the hope is (was) ‘not in our lifetime’. New York City and Philadelphia are included in the mid-Atlantic storm that broke daily snowfall records on Wednesday. New York City set a new record for January,  the snowiest January in history. With the storm grounding out, final snow tallies exceed a foot throughout the corridor […]

California’s ‘Big One’ Could Be A Flood….Says USGS (U.S. Geological Survey)

| January 14, 2011

This may happen, but one would think it is more likely to be the by product of a devastating earthquake.  California has more risk of catastrophic storms than any other region in the country – even the Southern hurricane states, according to a new study released Thursday. The two-year study by the U.S. Geological Survey is the most […]

Brazil Hit With Torrential Rain

| January 13, 2011

The storms, which began on Tuesday, sent tons of red mud and torrents of water rushing down mountainsides into homes.  At least 348 people have been killed in the last 24 hours as torrential rain triggered mudslides that smashed through towns around Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.  Heavy rains earlier in the week killed 13 […]

Commodity Food Grain Prices Roaring On Grain Crop Outlook Data

| January 12, 2011

We’ve been talking about this, it’s called food inflation and it’s about to get out of hand over the next year because of adverse weather……Grain prices soared after the USDA made a deep cut in its outlook for global supplies. 

Well…This Is A Deep Subject, No Pun Intended!

| January 11, 2011

Rising food inflation sparked violence across the Middle East and South Asia over the weekend.  Why?…. Demonstrators were protesting the high cost of staple commodities like sugar, rice and milk.   The outbursts have triggered fears that the world is due for a revisit of the 2008 food protests that rocked many countries. Food prices are now […]

Bees, Which The Entire Human Food Chain Rests Are Suffering A Sharp Decline…How Important Is This? Uh…Well We May Be Looking At Major Commodity Food Shortages Next Year, So Yes It’s Very Important!

| January 5, 2011

I never new….as the old saying goes! From The Guardian: The abundance of four common species of bumblebee in the U.S. has dropped by 96% in just the past few decades, according to the most comprehensive national census of the insects [a three-year study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences]. *** […]

Global Food Prices At Record Highs And Heading Higher

| January 5, 2011

Global food prices hit a record high in December and are favored to continue rising in the year ahead due to inclement weather.  Can food riots that broke out around the world when prices last surged in 2008 be far behind?

Blizzard Causes 100 Car Pileup In North Dakota….

| December 31, 2010

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) has closed U.S. Highway 2 from Devils Lake to Grand Forks.

‘Biblical’ Floods Threaten Australia

| December 31, 2010

Flood waters swept through vast areas of northeastern Australia Saturday, threatening to inundate thousands more homes in a disaster one official said was of “biblical proportions”. As Queen Elizabeth II sent her “sincere sympathies” to Queenslanders who rang in a damp new year, the military was assisting deliver food and other supplies to isolated towns […]

Las Vegas Welcomes In The New Year With Record Low Temperature

| December 31, 2010

Las Vegas set a new record today for the coldest high temperature ever recorded in Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve at just 38 degrees. The old record for the coldest high, 45 degrees was set in 1975, the National Weather Service said.

‘Solar Max’ Sun Spots Could Cause Costly And Destructive Weather Results

| December 29, 2010

The coming year will be an important one for space weather as the Sun pulls out of a trough of low activity and heads into a long-awaited and possibly destructive period of turbulence.  We have discussed this before as Art Cashin talked about it often this year. The Sun, rather than burn with faultless consistency, […]

Berlin Sees Most Snow In December Since The Year 1900

| December 29, 2010

BERLIN, Dec. 28 (Xinhua) — German capital Berlin has experienced more snow this month than any other December of the past 110 years, and more bitter cold is expected in the country’s east, according to the German Weather Service (DWD).

At The Train Station The Sign Says: Step To The Back Of The Line Please….Where Is That? How About 1.2 Miles To The Back Of The Line!

| December 21, 2010

Great Britain….Thousands of Eurostar passengers joined giant lines and were forced to wait for up to seven hours today as the Channel Tunnel rail link was thrown into disarray. Police were forced to turn away some passengers after the freezing weather conditions ruined journeys at London’s St Pancras station as speed restrictions and cancellations affected the […]

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