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The Famous Redwood Tunnel Tree Fell in California

January 10, 2017

The famous Redwood tree tunnel fell during one of California’s worst storms and caused massive flooding. I walked through this tree when I was a kid. I couldn’t find the family photo of that event, so you are spared this time. This flooding has been massive, but it is a typical precursor to big earthquakes. One theory […]

Moscow – January Record Cold 31 Below Zero

January 9, 2017

The Moscow’s Emergency Situations Ministry told residents on Friday that temperatures would drop as low as minus 35 degrees Celsius (-31 Fahrenheit) during the night of Jan. 7-8, warning that abnormal cold may affect the city’s power grid in some areas. Moscow is also experiencing the deep freeze here in January.

Temperatures are Plunging

January 9, 2017

COMMENT: Marty; It’s below freezing in Athens. This is the coldest I have ever felt here in a long time. The average temperature is normally 10°C (50°F). I do not understand how people keep calling this global warming. REPLY: The data being put out as propaganda has been indexed at a higher base. Without adjustments, the […]

Global Warming – Opps – Ice Age – Hits Europe

January 6, 2017

Unfortunately, much of Europe is facing sever cold weather as temperatures plunged below zero with heavy snowfalls. Additionally, this is the worst coastal storms Europe has seen in a decade. Take a look at this chart. You will notice that this last warming cycle that has the lunatics calling this man-made global warming/climate change, was just […]

Bonds & Climate Change

January 5, 2017

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Your Global Market Watch picked the high in bonds perfectly and called it a major high. I have to say, the system you have created monitoring everything is an incredible teaching tool. I can see what you are saying. There is a major global trend that politicians cannot alter and that is […]

The new-Mini Ice Age Coming Rapidly

November 12, 2016

The mini-Ice Age maybe coming faster than we expect. Giant-sized snowballs up to 3 feet in diameter have appeared along the Siberian coastline for a stretch of 11 km. The frozen balls appeared on the coastline near the village of Nyda above the Arctic Circle. The snowballs formed in late October when the Gulf of Ob rose […]

The Coming Storm – Stock Pile Food & Water for 30 days

August 22, 2016

  The German government is now advising its people to stockpile food for 10 days. This advice should be heeded throughout Europe and even in the United States. Here are the storage tips from the Red Cross. This is now time to begin to do this. Those who have the basement space, may also want […]

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