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Originally posted by queenannie38
I do! For about a year, already. The sky is different, too--at night. If you're a stargazer then you know what I mean.
There are huge changes underway, and before too long, maybe even the media and powers-that-be won't be able to hide behind such ruses as 'global warming' and 'ozone depletion'. Those are both smokescreens that most of the world believes. But if you look into these ideas, they really aren't solid answers.
All the evidence is scattered about--in various fields of science and what-not. One must be their own investigative reporter if they want to stay informed and uncensored.
Emergency workers using earthmovers worked through the night to shore up dunes to stop king tides swamping homes on Cairns's northern beaches in far north Queensland.
State Emergency Service (SES) spokesman Daryl Camp said strong winds had whipped up the spring tides to abnormal levels over the past three nights.
He said last night at Clifton Beach, along the Arlington Esplanade, the situation had been particularly bad - with waves breaking across the road and at the point of entering people's houses.
"To combat that, the Cairns City Council has built up some very large sand banks and the SES were sand bagging around people's properties," he said.