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Originally posted by uberarcanist
I think Hawk Eye is a government fronter. Look at this way, yesterday on the "Is ATS gov't run/owned?" thread, he was confidently stating that it was not, even though he is new to the Above Network. Now, in my opinion, he is trying to discredit the UFO movement by advancing a weak claim that connects aliens with clouds.
[edit on 2-7-2007 by uberarcanist]
Originally posted by The_Coo
We should be used to weird weather in the UK , ever since I was a kid at least , the weather was unpredictable , snow and hail in June , torrential rain a few times over the summer etc I dont see nothing different .
Originally posted by observe50
Lethal you need to change you tone or you won't be here long. Calling people names isn't nice.
Originally posted by MystikMushroom
I have to agree, this is the coldest summer I can ever remember here in Alaska. The abnormal weather combined with my heightened sense of awareness to the "global mind" (AKA the collective unconciousness) is definatley calling somthing into fruition.
Originally posted by NGC2736
See? If, and I'm not for sure, but IF, we are looking at this scenario, then it is worth noting.
Never dismiss what you do not know, it may come back to haunt you.
Source of quote.
It is a known fact that the rotation of the Earth is gradually slowing. For four and one half billion years, its entire life, it has been slowing down. As the Earth loses its kinetic energy due to all forms of friction acting on it (tides, galactic space dust, etc.) like any other flywheel, it will slow down. From time to time our timekeepers must adjust their super accurate atomic clocks to synchronize them with the Earth's slowing rotation whose day/night cycles we base our lives on.
Scientists estimate that the Earth's rotation is slowing at the rate of 2.2 seconds every 100,000 years. The time it takes the Earth to complete one rotation increases 2.2 seconds every 100,000 years. This is a very conservative figure considering the number of adjustments our timekeepers have been forced to make in recent years. If we trace this phenomenon back in time, whatever the correct figure is, at one point in time it may have taken the Earth 12 hours to complete one rotation, (depending on its initial speed of rotation when it was created.) At that time the Earth was spinning at twice the speed it is traveling at the present time.
Originally posted by pavil
I think most people here posting about weather being "not normal" just havent' paid attention to the weather that much. Weather is all about change and droughts and floods and heatwaves and cold snaps. The only place where weather is fairly constant is in the tropics.
The weather does goe through cycles Like La Nina and El Nino too which swings weather in areas to extremes. Don't hear anyone complaining about the lack of hurricanes yet do you?
I'm telling you, he's a fronter and probably in league with Lear. These people must be exposed before they ruin the forum.
Originally posted by LethalDose
OH MY GOD! ITS EL NINO YOU PARANOID IDIOTS! GET EDUCATED!
Originally posted by Blaine91555
I'm genuinely interested in this topic, but here in the US the weather is within historical norms for the whole country.
Wettest June On Record
AP - 7/2/2007 6:56 AM - Updated 7/2/2007 1:32 PM
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Now that June is over, it's official, it was the wettest June in Oklahoma since the state began keeping records in 1895.
A number of Tulsa District reservoirs are expected to approach their flood pool capacity. The status of reportable reservoirs (25% or more into the flood pool) is included on one of attachments and information on recreation impacts is provided on the second. Some significant information by river basin follows:
Verdigris River Basin
Fall River is forecast to crest at 37.6 ft above normal (100% of flood pool) on 3 Jul
Toronto is forecast to crest at 31.1 feet above normal (120% of flood pool) on 3 Jul
Elk City is projected to crest at 35.5 feet above normal (128% of flood pool) on 2 Jul
Big Hill is expected to crest at 7.4 feet above normal (76% of flood pool) on 30 Jun
Hulah is forecast to crest at 33.7 feet above normal (100+% of flood pool) on 1 Jul
Copan is forecast to crest at 22.6 feet above normal (103% of flood pool) on 5 Jul