It's not so bad now, but a little while ago the heat index in Bangkok was 120 degrees.
The temperature in Thailand is a bit uncomfortable, still, but it was downright sizzling for a little while. Is this heat wave they're experiencing
abnormal considering other countries on their lattitude are chilly? Is this a see-saw effect we're witnessing? What came first, the weather or the
larger problem? Which is symptom, and which is disease?
The planet does seem to be heating up, ocean temps are way up in some very strange places, like the pacific north west. 2 degrees in some places in
one month, surface temperature shifts are rarely that pronounced and even stranger the warming trend is moving north..
Of course it just so happens to follow signs of magmatic encroachment on the pacific northwest from two directions, South America and the other long
tail of the ring of fire; Japan, Alaska, SE Asia, Australia. See map below.
Do the recent seismic events have anything to do with this temperature change? Is it possible that such a great amount of water was subducted during
this continuing event, that steam is forcing it's way through cracks in the ocean floor and adding to the heat.
Could this be weather warfare? A continued demonstration of power to the country that simply won't play ball, no matter what? I think that's a
possibility that needs to be considered.
The West Coast remains distubingly quiet. I think that's the one place I WANT to see an earthquake, to relieve some of the pressure building up.
Meanwhile, St. Helens and Rainier are soaking up magma, filling up, and so is the caldera.
What place in the puzzle does this pattern of erratic heat play, in aptmospheric, ocean, and sub surface interactions? Which link in the global heat
chain is kinked? All of them?