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Short-term v Long-term Forecasting Earthquakes

By admin / August 19, 2018

There is a site that is doing short-term Earthquake forecasts who has a very good track record known as Dutchsinse. He has a very good track record for forecasting events near-term. Of course, this is still not mainstream. It is very strange when people can improve on forecasting they are just ignored. Our models are […]

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Second Earthquake in One Day Hits Lombok, Indonesia

By admin / August 19, 2018

  Another earthquake hit now in Indonesia but this was a 6.9 and much shallower. It has resulted in a landslide from Mount Rinjani after another earthquake hits Lombok. It really would be nice if we simply realize that everything is connected cyclically. We have now had two quakes hit the very first day our computer projected a […]

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Fiji Earthquake 8.2 – More to Come?

By admin / August 19, 2018

COMMENT: Ok, this time you were wrong. A major earthquake hit Fiji on the 19th, not the 20th and CNN reported it 3 hours ago which followed your post 8 hours ago. Your slipping! Cheers Keep up the great work PF REPLY: Well, I never bothered to try to hone in on earthquakes to the […]

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Earthquake & Volcanoes for August/September 2018

By admin / August 19, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; In Singapore who warned that there would be continued volcanic activity in the Pacific and that the peak in 2018 appeared to be coming into play August/September. Is that timing still on track? GH ANSWER: Yes. That seems to actually begin this coming week 8/20 and goes into the week of 09/10. This […]

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Is SO2 the Real Threat – not CO2?

By admin / August 7, 2018

It has snowed in Alberta, Canada on August 1st in the dead of summer. Such strange events like this have not been common. Europe is burning from heat when buildings do not even have air conditioning because they never needed it. The concern that we are headed into a volcanic weather event really needs our attention. […]

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42,000-year-old worms revived from Siberian permafrost

By admin / August 5, 2018

Well, it looks like you can’t just freeze politicians and end their reign of terror. It turns out, they might still be thawed out 42,000 years later beginning again. The latest biology news was reported in Germany in grenzwissenschaft-aktuell.de. A 42,000-year-old soil sample from Siberian permafrost contained nematodes. It was thawed and the soil contained worms which […]

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Is the Climate Change Preparation for the Pole Shift?

By admin / August 5, 2018

  A reader sent this is where ice storms are happening daily this summer in Calgary, Canada. In Bavaria, where I am currently, it is the hottest in 200 years. The temperature is in the 90s (32c) and hotels, restaurants do not have air conditioning because it never gets hot here. Then in Ukraine, which […]

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Another Volcano Erupts in the Pacific

By admin / August 1, 2018

We have another volcano erupting in the Pacific and this time the entire island of  Vanuatu island is being completely evacuated for a second time as its volcano erupts again. The Manaro Voui volcano began spewing ash in recent days, prompting officials to order thousands of residents on tiny Ambae island to leave immediately. All crops appear […]

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Australian Drought Getting Really Bad & the Tilt of the Earth

By admin / July 28, 2018

Farmers in South Australia have been forced to feed sheep with onions that were rejected for commercial sale due to a shortage of feed. Besides the energy output of the sun declining, we also have the changes in the earth’s wobble to contend with. The Northern Hemisphere’s last ice age ended about 20,000 years ago, and […]

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Largest Iceberg & Crazy Weather

By admin / July 20, 2018

QUESTION: You said while the energy output of the sun declines, at the same time the summers can get hotter. It seems strange but my daughter lives near you in Florida and it is hotter here in New York. Is the weather just getting crazy? ANSWER: This summer we should see sweltering heat build across […]

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