It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.

 

Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.

 

Magnetic Mayhem by Weatherwoman (video)

page: 14
195
<< 11  12  13    15  16  17 >>

log in

join
share:

posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 09:05 PM
link   

Originally posted by Human_Alien
reply to post by SeaWind
 


So you're thinking BP is behind this exclusively or partially?

I like what you wrote by the way! Very interesting!!!!!!


Hi Human_Alien, thank you again, this has turned into a special thread. Partially. I believe there are multiple things happening at the same time. It's clear that our magnetosphere is changing just by the reports on the shifting magnetic pole. Then there's the powerful earthquakes and MAJOR land subsidence in Asia (Indonesia, etc).

I think BP LIED about just how HUGE this spill was/is and just how much Corexit they've pumped into the sea. It's not just the catastrophic effect on the Gulf wildlife (and people), but this spill actually warmed the waters of the Gulf Stream. I shudder to think of what that could mean. Record cold in the UK, etc.

Because the MSM has moved on to other topics, people have had their attention diverted from the BP Spill. (I'm convinced that one of the functions of the MSM is to divert public attention away from anything really important.) If you're familiar with the documentary "Black Wave" about the Exxon-Valdez spill -- you will know that it takes years, DECADES for the FULL impact of a massive oil spill to become apparent. It takes DECADES for the sea & wildlife to recover. And the GOM spill was much, much larger than the Exxon-Valdez disaster.

SeaWind




posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 09:25 PM
link   

Originally posted by crazydaisy
reply to post by undo
 


I haven't heard of pets dying mysteriously but have heard reports of pets acting out of the ordinary, including my dog and cat. They use to be pretty independant and now they are clingy. They seem easily startled by any little sound. Also as a side note - I feed the birds and squirrels year round. For the past 2 months I have only been getting 2 or 3 birds at a time where there used to be dozens. Same for the squirrels - only 1 or 2 a day and my area is crowded with squirrels.
I think all your squirrels came to my place. I'm worried for you there CrazyDaisy because my dog started peeing on her bed for a month solid and then after we had our MD quake, she stopped doing that. I hope you aren't about to get another one out your way.

Getting back on topic here, I've been following a topic on ATS of personal interest regarding a phenomenon that affects apparently only some people. That is a "hum" generally agreed upon as sounding like a large diesel engine vibrating in the distance. Think of it as sort of a wandering or out of place version of the Taos hum. Could a phenomenon like that be caused by all the changes we are noticing with the earth's magnetic field? We know now a bit about how birds and other creatures sense the magnetic fields. What is known about humans?



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 09:30 PM
link   

Originally posted by TheRedneck
reply to post by ChantelDay

Methane is actually lighter than air, and I have been trying to investigate whether it could have been a rising cloud of methane that killed some of the birds. The injuries could have been sustained if they dropped from the sky unconscious but alive. There are other vent gases that could have had a similar effect and do tend to remain close to the ground, though... carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, or even carbon monoxide; all are heavier than air. CO2 would be almost undetectable in an autopsy, since it is a gas normally present. Sulfur dioxide I would rule out because no one has complained about the odor.

I am trying to keep up with these types of events, as I expect them to tie back into the concept I explain in another thread, "Cracking an Eggshell?".

Incidentally, before anyone here accuses me of back-stroking on carbon dioxide, it is not poisonous... any gas which displaces oxygen will lead to suffocation.

TheRedneck


Redneck, your "Cracking an Eggshell?" thread is definitely worth reading. It makes sense to me, but I'm NOT a scientist either. Reminded me of that odd crack in the earth showing up in Michigan, near the Wisconsin border. That area does NOT normally have geothermal activity, yet this "crack" is venting warm air.

Dovetails with the Edgar Cayce readings too.

SeaWind



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 09:33 PM
link   

Originally posted by crazydaisy
Excellent reporting - I found it very interesting when she mentioned the specific animals that have sensitivity to the magnetic field - those of which have been dying in masses. Great find OP, wouldn't mind if she put out another vid or two. S @ F


Yes, my thoughts as well. She did a great job mapping the bird/fish die offs in AK with seismic activity and makes very plausible assumptions for what's going on. We do know something's happening with the magnetosphere. Proof is Tampa International having to re-stripe the runways.

My question is: How bad will this get? Are we on the verge of something major---like pole reversal?



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 09:40 PM
link   
reply to post by ChantelDay
 


Getting deeper into the rabbit hole here!! LOL
Was taking a mental journey on the possible deterioration of the rare Nitrogen-15 particle and wanted to find out if there has any consequences that are having any effects of this somewhere in the world, low and behold, found something rather startling and informative at the same time:


Historic levels of Nitrogen-15 (15N) in coral off the coast of Newfoundland have been relatively unchanged since around 600 AD at about 1.1%, the fossil record shows. But live specimens show a steady drop from this to less than 1% since the mid 1920s. That may not sound like much, but it is statistically significant, especially when you consider only 0.366% of all the nitrogen on the planet is Nitrogen-15.


Gulfstream moving Northward with Climate changes

Though this website is a strong vanguard group for people being the cause of climate change, I can't really argue with all the screw ups that have occurred with our intellectual mishaps as far as the Deep Horizon incident goes.

The Gulf stream warming and moving North is what I would consider an effect that would take place if there weer some pole shifting or magnetic fluctuations in our atmosphere taking place via Solar storms or other possible anomalies entering our atmosphere via magnetosphere tears or the like.
I am not a "Doomsday" enthusiast, but if the oceans die, and die off quickly, there may very well be "Hell too Pay" with the effects of tectonic plate shift and combined with Solar storms, Unstable climate changes, methane and other noxious gas leaks from earth combining into one fail swoop? Sounds pretty bad to me, and hell, scientists can't even explain a lot of it either.


Scientists think the antimatter particles were formed inside thunderstorms in a terrestrial gamma-ray flash (TGF) associated with lightning. It is estimated that about 500 TGFs occur daily worldwide, but most go undetected.


Thunderstorms make Antimatter



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 09:43 PM
link   
reply to post by Human_Alien
 


Thank you so much for sharing this. It really does make sense. I applaud her for doing some REAL research and giving us viable things to consider. It's been heart wrenching to watch all this madness with our animals of this planet.



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 09:43 PM
link   

edit on 22-1-2011 by SeaWind because: Double post. Sorry!



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 09:49 PM
link   
reply to post by SheeplFlavoredAgain
 


Squirrels came to your place - please send some of my furry friends back. I have peanuts!

I have read about reports of the Hum as well - not sure what to make of the reportings, perhaps someone here can shed some light on that. Here in Indiana we have had several instances of loud booms that shake the house - only one several weeks ago was recorded on the sesmic graphs and it was in a location where a quake had never been report in the past.

I think the magnetic field is affecting people. Many as myself are having headaches and dizziness - people that never had a problem before.



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 09:54 PM
link   

Originally posted by Allred5923


a Geohazards Specialist and underwater oil well blowout expert, has documented the true state of the blown out well and the sea bottom surrounding the Macondo site. The numerous new leaks from cracks, crevices, craters and seafloor chasms are not natural despite official pronouncements declaring they are normal ocean features. They are actually emerging changes occurring in the Gulf seafloor due to a terrible transformation of the Macondo region's entire geological strata are ongoing.


You have to read this report for it is quite alarming if it is the "ACTUAL TRUTH" of these matters.


Next, the seafloor began fracturing. Fissures opened and megatons of methane began bursting into the Gulf. Oil also hemorrhaged into the waters. Scientific researchers on several vessels reported these occurrances. For the most part they were under reported or ignored completely.


BP Saga continues, New evidence

edit on 073131p://3074 by Allred5923 because: BP Info.


Allred5923, Thank you. I read the article at the link. I wish to God this were NOT true, but I think it is. This explains why Matt Simmons (who had many insider ties to the oil industry) would NOT shut up. Simmons KNEW what this meant to the Earth. This is bigger than any corporation or government. This is why Simmons was recommending something as crazy-sounding as an underground nuke. (I suspect Simmons was murdered.) It also explains why that Zulu shaman predicted that the sea turning black would kill the Earth. (I need to find that prediction.)

SeaWind



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:08 PM
link   

Originally posted by ChantelDay

Originally posted by undo
has anyone commented on why there are so many animal deaths in the usa compared to the rest of the planet? any reason for this ? i mean, is the hole in the magnetic field above the usa? i'm confused, as i know absolutely nothing about the magnetic field.



I think because other places don't have the means to communicate or report these deaths in a timely manner if ever. So really I woudn't be surprized if this is happening on a much larger scale we just don't know it yet.


Here is a little compilation for us to look over.
www.treehugger.com...



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:11 PM
link   
Here is an interesting Quake that measured 5.1 in Alaska, just happened from what it says, now all we have to do is see if there is any reports of die offs being discovered or if the aurora has any weird happening's magnetically. Also we may be able to get reports on any or all of the gases released during these events.


Magnitude 5.1 - CENTRAL ALASKA
2011 January 23 02:50:04 UTC


USGS: Alaskan Quake Information



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:15 PM
link   

Originally posted by dnvrliz

Here is a little compilation for us to look over.
www.treehugger.com...


Dnvrliz, it's creepy how eight of the mass die-offs are near the New Madrid Fault. And half a dozen on the East coast.

SeaWind



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:33 PM
link   

Originally posted by SeaWind

Originally posted by dnvrliz

Here is a little compilation for us to look over.
www.treehugger.com...


Dnvrliz, it's creepy how eight of the mass die-offs are near the New Madrid Fault. And half a dozen on the East coast.

SeaWind

I saw a video a bit ago that showed the ground opening up in the New Madrid area, if I find it I will post it. It was in the news, it happened because they had an earthquake there.



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:34 PM
link   
reply to post by SheeplFlavoredAgain
 





Getting back on topic here, I've been following a topic on ATS of personal interest regarding a phenomenon that affects apparently only some people. That is a "hum" generally agreed upon as sounding like a large diesel engine vibrating in the distance. Think of it as sort of a wandering or out of place version of the Taos hum. Could a phenomenon like that be caused by all the changes we are noticing with the earth's magnetic field? We know now a bit about how birds and other creatures sense the magnetic fields. What is known about humans?


My wife has talked about this. Says she hears it on a regular basis.To a greater or lesser degree. But I hadn't connected it to the earths magnetic field. She hasn't mentioned it lately though. I'll have to ask her about it. Thanks for bringing this up.



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:36 PM
link   
www.youtube.com...

I believe they are calling this the Michigan crack.



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:39 PM
link   



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:40 PM
link   
reply to post by undo

I cannot sit here and state to you that the planet did not expand as shown in that simulation; I can sit here and state with certainty that it is not expanding today. How do I know? GPS satellites. The GPS devices actually give a 3-D position (which includes altitude), a feat that would be impossible to keep in sync if the ground were moving outward. The satellites cannot be maintaining orbit by expanding with the Earth, either. Such would require an adjustment in the speed of light, as well as a gravitational adjustment in perfect synchronicity with the planetary growth. We know of no way to accomplish either.

There is also empirical evidence that fault lines, such as the San Andreas, not only are moving in and out, but side to side as well. There are also faults where the ground is being pressed together instead of pulled apart, a phenomenon which would appear to fly in the face of this animation.

So, no, I put little faith in the expanding earth theory, sorry. It might have happened in the past, but it most certainly is not happening today, and there is no comprehensive explanation for why it should have stopped.

TheRedneck



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:48 PM
link   
reply to post by Allred5923
 


This applies to the last 2 posts. Alaksa is not a very populated place. People have to be present and in communication with at least the phone or internet. Where is this most common? In the the countries that have this ability. Otherwise, hundreds of miles from the nearest town in Alaska no one sees the birds die and snow covers them within hours. There are lots of very remote places in the world that may never know if they were affected.



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:50 PM
link   
reply to post by SeaWind
 


Thank you. Australia is also where all the whales and dolphins washed up over the last 2 years.



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 10:53 PM
link   

Originally posted by dnvrliz

Originally posted by SeaWind

Originally posted by dnvrliz

Here is a little compilation for us to look over.
www.treehugger.com...


Dnvrliz, it's creepy how eight of the mass die-offs are near the New Madrid Fault. And half a dozen on the East coast.

SeaWind

I saw a video a bit ago that showed the ground opening up in the New Madrid area, if I find it I will post it. It was in the news, it happened because they had an earthquake there.


Yeah I've been looking into New Madrid a bit this week too. Very interesting............




top topics



 
195
<< 11  12  13    15  16  17 >>

log in

join