In 2011 the US experienced a record cost of $265 billion in natural disasters (a record set just the previous year, 2010, that cost $218 billion),and
yet, "Western nations, most notably the United States, continues to coax their populations into complacency regarding the unprecedented events now
occurring, and showing every likelihood to get worse."
This is a fascinating article put forth by Viktor Seleznyov, director of the Geophysical Institute at the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of
Sciences. Here's what he's putting forward:
--- There is going to be more seismic activity in the coming weeks--- pointing to a “rapid” shifting in our Earth’s magnetic poles.
-----He's concerned about the seismic blasts reported in Sibera in February. (There were two). They have yet to be explained.
-----He thinks there is a link between these explosions and the shifting of the earth's magnetic poles:
The “common linkage” between these mysterious explosions and increasing seismic events in Siberia, this report says, is due to the rapid
shifting of our Earth’s magnetic North Pole that has doubled in the last 50 years, and in the 1990s “picked up speed in a big way,” bolting
north–northwest into the Arctic Ocean at more than 55 kilometers per year.
-------He also blames the weird weather this winter on this phenomenon. North American has produced the driest and warmest winter weather in recorded
history, but on the European side has caused record-setting cold and snow that has claimed over 650 lives.
-------He also believes the earth is going through something called "geomagnetic excursion"
A geomagnetic excursion, like a geomagnetic reversal, is a significant change in the Earth’s magnetic field. Unlike reversals however, an
excursion does not permanently change the large-scale orientation of the field, but rather represents a dramatic, typically short-lived decrease in
field intensity, with a variation in pole orientation of up to 45 degrees from the previous position. 7,000-17,000 years ago there was a flash
freezing of Siberia where still today woolly mammoths are still uncovered in near pristine condition. Also note The 11 August 3114 BCE start date of
the Mayan Calendar that seemingly predicts the year of 2012 will, indeed, experience another such cataclysmic event.
Seleynovoz points out how abhorrent US officials are to their citizens in not helping them to prepare for natural disasters, or other type
emergencies, and that their propaganda media organs this past month launched a series of news reports, magazine articles and television programmes
depicting these people as “Doomsday Preppers” who are mentally ill, at best, or deranged, at worst.
This is a great article. Take a peak at:
edit on 27-2-2012 by MRuss because: (no reason given)