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Fragile Earth Followers...A Website to Be Shared

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posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 05:02 PM
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It is truly sad that this is not reported in everyday news. That is why I wanted this site/blog out there for folks to catch up on Mother Earth.




posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 05:05 PM
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Thanks for sharing SkunkSense.

Thanks too for your addition AeonStorm. Had not encountered the information about the water flea, the snow tree rings and certainly had heard nothing of the corkscrew sliced seals... bizarre.

Both links appear to be quite informative and well documented. I am convinced there is something going on with our planet. Don't know whether it is caused by humans or if there is just a change in the cycles of the planet itself... I suspect some of both.

I appreciate there being sites that focus just on those items. ATS is a great resource for broad information but you have to look deeper sometimes. I know I have a whole list of sites I routinely visit to keep up with what is going on with the economy globally because there is too much information to be comprehensively covered in one location.



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 05:13 PM
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Originally posted by ISis12RA12ELohim
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Your my hero! LOL, This is really the only place in ATS I go to, (Fragile Earth), I was looking for a place to call home after I was "Removed" from GLP, I used to go there to see what was new with Earth, found much better sources here and 1 other place, and now your link makes 3! I like to stay informed because your so right, never mind the media, and even if they did say it on TV, I don't trust their giving the whole story, because well it's the media, hell I trust the internet more then the media
So thanks for taking the time to share this critical info with us fellow earth watchers
. I bookmarked it! Stars and Flags for you!


Not a hero at all! I just felt compelled to let folks know. I was compelled to take a look at the earth and sky back in July 2010. I have no idea why other than maybe my Dad, rest his soul, whispered in my ear to take notice. He was a sky watcher ever since I can remember. He tried to teach me about the stars when I was a little girl, but I wasn't interested in the stars at that time.
It is odd..... before I had no interest in the sky, earthquakes, volcanoes, floods before 7/2010....but now I watch all like a hawk. I did always have interest in animals though....I love them all! I don't want to be here without them!



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 05:18 PM
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Originally posted by Scalded Frog
Thanks for sharing SkunkSense.

Both links appear to be quite informative and well documented. I am convinced there is something going on with our planet. Don't know whether it is caused by humans or if there is just a change in the cycles of the planet itself... I suspect some of both.


Yes....I believe you are correct.
I know we do end our 26,000 year earth wobble and enter a new age very soon.
The 26,000 year wobble can be researched quite easily on google for anyone interested.



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 05:34 PM
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Originally posted by SkunkSense
Yes....I believe you are correct.
I know we do end our 26,000 year earth wobble and enter a new age very soon.
The 26,000 year wobble can be researched quite easily on google for anyone interested.


I hate to be snarky....but I'm going to be anyway...

Who dictates the beginning and end of a "wobble"? For some, the wobble renewed it's cycle last year, for other it was the year before, etc, etc, etc.... The significance of the wobble is relative to your position (longitude and latitude). It's not like the wobble changes for the entire planet in one fell swoop. Understanding of science helps a bit, I recon.
edit on 5-2-2011 by Aggie Man because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 06:05 PM
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Originally posted by Aggie Man

Originally posted by SkunkSense
Yes....I believe you are correct.
I know we do end our 26,000 year earth wobble and enter a new age very soon.
The 26,000 year wobble can be researched quite easily on google for anyone interested.


I hate to be snarky....but I'm going to be anyway...

Who dictates the beginning and end of a "wobble"? For some, the wobble renewed it's cycle last year, for other it was the year before, etc, etc, etc.... The significance of the wobble is relative to your position (longitude and latitude). It's not like the wobble changes for the entire planet in one fell swoop. Understanding of science helps a bit, I recon.
edit on 5-2-2011 by Aggie Man because: (no reason given)


The earth wobbles yearly. But there is a complete wobble every 26,000 years.
You are more than welcome to Google it. There are more articles than I can post.

Earth 26,000 year wobble
More Earth Wobble 26,000 years.
More....Earth 26,000 year wobble.

Please google this subject. There are too many to post.



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 06:11 PM
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Originally posted by SkunkSense
The earth wobbles yearly. But there is a complete wobble every 26,000 years.
You are more than welcome to Google it. There are more articles than I can post.

Earth 26,000 year wobble
More Earth Wobble 26,000 years.
More....Earth 26,000 year wobble.

Please google this subject. There are too many to post.


So, you subscribe to the belief that Earth sits stagnant for 26,000 years and suddenly *BAM* the earth wobbles all at once? Sure there is a wobble, but it is gradual. It affects the earth this year as much as it did last year, or the year before....or 25,000 years ago. It's not mystical or magical. I don't need to "look it up". I am well versed in science...I have the ability to discern from fact and fiction. Do you?
edit on 5-2-2011 by Aggie Man because: science is my strong suit...not punctuation or spelling




posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 06:20 PM
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Originally posted by Aggie Man

Originally posted by SkunkSense
The earth wobbles yearly. But there is a complete wobble every 26,000 years.
You are more than welcome to Google it. There are more articles than I can post.

Earth 26,000 year wobble
More Earth Wobble 26,000 years.
More....Earth 26,000 year wobble.

Please google this subject. There are too many to post.


So, you subscribe to the belief that Earth sits stagnant for 26,000 years and suddenly *BAM* the earth wobbles all at once? Sure there is a wobble, but it is gradual. It affects the earth this year as much as it did last year, or the year before....or 25,000 years ago. It's not mystical or magical. I don;t need to "look it up". I am well versed in science...I have the ability to discern from fact and fiction. Do you?
edit on 5-2-2011 by Aggie Man because: (no reason given)


I never once said the earth is stagnant. It wobbles every year but completes the entire wobble cycle after 26,000 years. I never even stated then "BAM' it happens all at once!
Please do not put words in my post that I never said.
My original post is the link about Fragile Earth for those that wish to keep up to date. I am not here to argue with anyone and don't need to. The earth wobble business was just a reply to another post. It wasn't a thread that I posted.
And yes....I have been on this earth probably longer than you and I most certainly can decipher fact from fiction. I am not that old!
edit on 5-2-2011 by SkunkSense because: ooops...hit edit before edit! Sorry.



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 06:38 PM
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Originally posted by SkunkSense
It wobbles every year but completes the entire wobble cycle after 26,000 years.


So, in your opinion, what does the significance of the wobble have to do with this year? Since we agree that it happens every year, why bring it up at all? You must have some ill-conceived thought on it, no? Either that or were you bringing it up for sensationalism purposes....much like your OP link.



And yes....I have been on this earth probably longer than you and I most certainly can decipher fact from fiction. I am not that old!


Doubtful....nonetheless, does that make you more intelligent that those that have been here less time than you?
edit on 5-2-2011 by Aggie Man because: because I can



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 06:52 PM
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Originally posted by Aggie Man

Originally posted by SkunkSense
It wobbles every year but completes the entire wobble cycle after 26,000 years.


So, in your opinion, what does the significance of the wobble have to do with this year? Since we agree that it happens every year, why bring it up at all? You must have some ill-conceived thought on it, no? Either that or were you bringing it up for sensationalism purposes....much like your OP link.



And yes....I have been on this earth probably longer than you and I most certainly can decipher fact from fiction. I am not that old!


Doubtful....nonetheless, does that make you more intelligent that those that have been here less time than you?
edit on 5-2-2011 by Aggie Man because: because I can


Once again, I never stated that I was more intelligent than those who have been here less time.
Common sense. I just have experienced more since I have been on this earth longer.

Once again, my thread was only to share for those who are interested...not to be sensational....I could give a rat's tail about that or I would have kept the site to myself and used it for future threads!
It is starting to feel to me like you just want to argue. I have nothing to agrue about. You either enjoy the thread or you don't. It's a very simple sharing thread that I put out there....nothing more. If you do not like the thread, move on and argue with someone else who has something to argue about! My thread is not about that at all. It's just an information thread and sharing. Simple.



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 07:03 PM
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Originally posted by Aggie Man

Originally posted by SkunkSense
The earth wobbles yearly. But there is a complete wobble every 26,000 years.
You are more than welcome to Google it. There are more articles than I can post.

Earth 26,000 year wobble
More Earth Wobble 26,000 years.
More....Earth 26,000 year wobble.

Please google this subject. There are too many to post.


So, you subscribe to the belief that Earth sits stagnant for 26,000 years and suddenly *BAM* the earth wobbles all at once? Sure there is a wobble, but it is gradual. It affects the earth this year as much as it did last year, or the year before....or 25,000 years ago. It's not mystical or magical. I don't need to "look it up". I am well versed in science...I have the ability to discern from fact and fiction. Do you?
edit on 5-2-2011 by Aggie Man because: science is my strong suit...not punctuation or spelling



Since you are so well versed in science, then you can explain to everyone what is going on with Mother Earth!
You may want to create a post on your well versed science so people don't need to search for answers anymore.



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 07:22 PM
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Originally posted by SkunkSense
Since you are so well versed in science, then you can explain to everyone what is going on with Mother Earth!


What's going on with Mother Earth that is different than the past? Again, cycles are the theme here. I don't have 26,000 years worth of personal data to support any theories, yet neither do you or anyone else for that matter. What can we go by? Atmospheric samples from glacial ice cores. Geologic records. Etc...etc...etc...All of them support the notion that our current Earth-cycle is "business as usual".

I'm not arguing for the sake of arguing. I merely bring reason and sanity to the threads that lack it. So, hate me....hate science..my signature say it all:

"The great thing about science: it is true whether you believe in it or not"
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Back on topic:

Your OP source is so biased, it's unreal..."The Extinction Protocol"... yeah, there are extinctions...they always have happened and always will (it's called survival of the fittest)...Since I'm going on about your OP source, then let's look at the first article on there....discussing cattle killed in a flood. Last I checked, cattle were not even threatened, let alone on the brink of extinction...again...SENSATIONALISM!
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posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 07:28 PM
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Sorry but I would not go to this site because of the reference to 2012.

I want to learn about changes in regards to earth but not with a dooms day scenario.



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 07:39 PM
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Interesting link, thanks for posting it. I like that the sources are provided. Here is a site I like, it is a blog, but a credible one:

www.globaldisasterwatch.blogspot.com...



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 07:42 PM
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Originally posted by Aggie Man

Originally posted by SkunkSense
Since you are so well versed in science, then you can explain to everyone what is going on with Mother Earth!


What's going on with Mother Earth that is different than the past? Again, cycles are the theme here. I don't have 26,000 years worth of personal data to support any theories, yet neither do you or anyone else for that matter. What can we go by? Atmospheric samples from glacial ice cores. Geologic records. Etc...etc...etc...All of them support the notion that our current Earth-cycle is "business as usual".

I'm not arguing for the sake of arguing. I merely bring reason and sanity to the threads that lack it. So, hate me....hate science..my signature say it all:

"The great thing about science: it is true whether you believe in it or not"

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Back on topic:

Your OP source is so biased, it's unreal..."The Extinction Protocol"... yeah, there are extinctions...they always have happened and always will (it's called survival of the fittest)...Since I'm going on about your OP source, then let's look at the first article on there....discussing cattle killed in a flood. Last I checked, cattle were not even threatened, let alone on the brink of extinction...again...SENSATIONALISM!
edit on 5-2-2011 by Aggie Man because: (no reason given)


I don't think you understand the website. It's not about extinctions. And I said in my original post, the name may seem extreme but they provide their sources to the original links which come from the city/state/area in which the event happened. The website is about Mother Earth...doesn't really matter to me what they decided the title of their site should be.

Good luck on your signature! NASA and the Government will back you 100%
Good night and sweet dreams about your "well versed science!"



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 08:07 PM
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My original post states the name may be extreme. But the site itself is about Mother Nature. It says nothing about doomsday.
I can't help what they decided to call their site. Plus it is stated 2012 and Beyond It has nothing to do with doomsday unless an individual decides it does. This site is simply facts about our earth gathered in one spot so you do not have to search.
edit on 5-2-2011 by SkunkSense because: Mis-spelling


The site's name to me means... is if we continue to proceed as we are, then yes we are our own demise. Some of it we can control....other scenarios we cannot. I believe it may be too late for "going green". Not that it is our total fault...We may have been lead this way by powers above us and the ones that make decisions for us.
I find it sad that we aren't able make our own decisions without interference from the upper echilon.
edit on 5-2-2011 by SkunkSense because: Just trying to be clear....some may belive this is one of those 2012 sites and it is not.



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 08:09 PM
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Thank you for the link. I will read it daily as well. I am too interested in our earth to dismiss any info that is credible.



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 10:56 PM
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Yes me as well, all my life my interest went as far as looking for odd things here and there but recently it has been powerfully all about keeping a close eye on whatever it is Earth and the solar system is doing, I just have this urge/pull to do this, for whatever reason. Especially now in 2011. Condolences to your dad.



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 11:01 PM
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All these wonderful links! I feel like it's Christmas lol, And omg poor Aussie it seems to be the top of the list for both, I wish them well over there in the land down under, I love Aussie, I hope that they can pull through and our creator above has some mercy.



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 05:15 AM
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thanks for this site




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