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What the heck is happening to Australia?

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posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 06:27 PM
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Our intelligence agency, practically our government is owned by America. No matter what they do to us, accidently, secretly or purposefully. We will never jump and strike back, simply because they control our leaders finger tips. Oh and lips.

On another note.

If these disasters were to be man-made, could the reason be to destroy our crops and farmers careers? In turn we would have the buy from farmers across the world, specifically America with all their hormone/chemical injected produce... Further making us sick and dumbed down.

I like to speculate a lot =]




posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 06:38 PM
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Fair play, nothing wrong with speculation.
But if they can do these things, then why not turn the screw on places such is Iran, North Korea, Syria etc?
Use the weather on key installation areas? Everything is speculation at the end of the day.
Personally I just don't buy into the HAARP theory that they do this.
And if they could I doubt they would screw Australia, but who is wrong and who is right?!
Nobody knows.
All I know is that my brother moved to Brisbane just over a year ago and from what he tells me I'm glad I live in the UK!



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 07:17 PM
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I heard from a guy on You Tube 6 months ago, saying that Australia was going to be tested by the CIA for HAARP. I hadn't heard of HARP. He said he worked with the CIA. I went on with some baloney I made up to see how he responded because the threats sounded serious as he clearly didn't like Australians.

HARP has been in my mind throughout.

At most I give it a low odds chance for having a hand in some of the weather systems.
Back date weather interference technology and we see many birds dying just when the fireworks go off.
There are satellites being shot down as a show of capability, so these events, to me, have some relevance.

Two thing occur to me.
If they did something they would not like to be caught. (Looking like a dick, rather than having a big one)
They would like people to think that HARP is involved because they don't want to be forced to lower emissions based on actual science.

Hopefully, you've read what Garnot has to say, because the weather is changing according the projections. Now, if we soon learn of weather companies advertising that they can alter weather pasterns and help us green the desserts or avoid another 10 year drought - be worried.



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 07:38 PM
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The floods were pretty full on, the cyclone although it didn't do total devastation it was something id never seen in my lifetime hit Aust.

But the fires in Perth?.. they are man made.

Stupid young idiots go around lighting fires in Perth every summer.

I spoke with my good friend last night who lives in Mandurah, 1hr south of Perth.
Him and his father were sitting on their front lawn, when a purple commodore drove up to the scub land at the end of the road, sat there for a while doing nothing ,engine running.

All of a sudden the saw smoke rising from the scubland, and watched this commodore speed off from the scene. when they walked onto the road the commodores driver pulled a finger sign at them.

Perth's used to large bush fires, we're the largest dry-est state around. Todays fires are a little closer to residential area's, but we've got excellent ses workers and seasoned fire fighters.



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 07:41 PM
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I agree with your conclusions.

The HAARP reasoning is at best a symptom of extreme conspiracy theory, and at worst an attempt to divert attention from the reality of the situation.

I posted a link to the Garneaut paper on page one. Its VERY long but a great source of information. The IPCC material is also excellent, despite pathetic attempts to discredit the validity of their work. I have had the pleasure of being present at lectures given by one of the senior authors of AR2 and AR4, and others involved. This has led me to become very sceptical of anything written by The Australian newspaper. Especially in light of the reporter that came out saying that she was told what to write...

The ‘torture’ of writing about climate change at The Oz

IPCC
edit on 6-2-2011 by seenitall because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 07:49 PM
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Pole Shift. The rest of the world, get ready! your next!



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 11:56 PM
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1`m from Proserpine in Queensland.Yes,we do have cyclones every year that move up and down the coast.Cyclone Yasi was different to any cyclone we have had since I`ve been alive and I`m 54.It was so much bigger and stronger and it moved so much more inland than any other.We who have been in the north for some period of time get used to them and listen for them in case any come your way.Three cyclones in I think 5 weeks is rare.It seems something is making the weather very strange .



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 02:57 AM
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It's called La Nina. It started early and strong.

When we have 50 or 100 year events every 10 years or less THEN I will start to worry.



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 03:23 AM
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The floods were pretty full on, the cyclone although it didn't do total devastation it was something id never seen in my lifetime hit Aust.


Cyclone Tracey was worse - 80% of the city wiped out, lots of lives lost

I remember 74 Flood in Brisbane much worse than 2010/2011

Last year and the year before while Victoria was on fire, most of Queensland was under water



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 03:28 AM
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If these disasters were to be man-made, could the reason be to destroy our crops and farmers careers?


Next to our Miining Industry our Agricultural Industry is our second or theird biggest exporter

Our Economy - relies on our: Minining, Argiculture, Tourism Industriesm followed by our Commerical and Retail Sector

We do help to feed the world aswell as make money exporting our produce to our Trading Partners

What is the Prime Ministers main focus after the floods and now the cyclone?
Get the Mining and Argicultural Industry up and runing as quickly as possible

Gillard was pretty blunt about this, last week



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 03:31 AM
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Originally posted by Ellen15

The floods were pretty full on, the cyclone although it didn't do total devastation it was something id never seen in my lifetime hit Aust.


Cyclone Tracey was worse - 80% of the city wiped out, lots of lives lost

I remember 74 Flood in Brisbane much worse than 2010/2011

Last year and the year before while Victoria was on fire, most of Queensland was under water


The floods and cyclone were bigger. The cyclone diverted away from population centres and Brisbane built a levy. The place is better built - most of the new buildings were 'supposed' to be cyclone proof.



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 03:44 AM
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I think what everyone is missing here is that as unfortunate as these events have been, and no one can understand the tragic loss that some people have endured, one positive thing has emerged from all of this.

The country is bathed in water. Water that is soaking into the ground and potentially setting up some golden years of farming and harvesting.

I know it's too soon to be speaking of this, however Australia will reap the rewards of this for years to come.
A great time to buy stock in the fertiliser companies.

Also don't forget, there might be some bushfires in Western Australia, however the east coast of Australia has pretty much escaped them this year.



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 03:51 AM
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Originally posted by 5senses
What's going on?


Nothing out of the ordinary - just weather


I know there are many countries that go through tough times and there are those for whom it is a cyclical thing but NOT Australia. This is not typical - or am I wrong...?


You are wrong - it is typical for Australia. Bushfires are common, so are droughts and floods. All part of the normal weather cycle.



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 05:03 AM
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Yes and the meterologist have been saying it is due to the effects of La Nina.
Read this to understand what La Nina is: www.bom.gov.au...

Below is a link to combined rainfall patterns from the 12 strongest years affected by La Nina. It basically shows how much rain we get from the effects of La Nina.
www.bom.gov.au...


edit on 7/2/2011 by DaMouse because: missed a word in my first sentenct



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 04:45 PM
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No its the damn magnet pole shift. god people, start waking up. the evidence is all over the damn place.



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 06:14 PM
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Looking at the charts and seeing record breaking rainfall in areas that are dessert doesn't escape me. My dad complained about floods damaging his farm and sent me photo's... this time last year there wasn't a blade of grass anywhere and now it looks lush.



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 06:36 PM
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Originally posted by loagun
Pole Shift. The rest of the world, get ready! your next!

My feelings also...things are just warming up.



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 06:44 PM
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There's a reason why Africa, Australia lower parts of Asia and parts of Sth America have the oldest, most primitive people...



posted on Feb, 8 2011 @ 02:55 AM
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I do hope you are referering to less favourable and unstable climatic conditions.

Mesopotamia and Europe were definetely favoured at different times.



posted on Feb, 8 2011 @ 03:08 AM
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Originally posted by seenitall
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I do hope you are referering to less favourable and unstable climatic conditions.

Mesopotamia and Europe were definetely favoured at different times.


The dry areas are less favourable but apparently they're never impossible. Ice sheets are impossible...

I don't thinks there's much debate about water levels rising and weather patterns becoming more severe.

We're in for a hell of a ride.. maybe



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