Category Archives: weather

Won’t hear this on the news! — Nations unable to feed themselves

As the world has its eyes on Kilauea and Fuego, the demise of modern agriculture continues unabated. Canada, Turkey, and Indonesia offer a glimpse of the future today. Start preparing before food scarcity hits — grow your own food today.


What They Don’t Want You To Know About Hurricanes, Geoengineering & The Sun

Alex Jones talks about an astrophysicist that went into detail on how the sun is the main driver for earth weather events, NOT humans and their carbon footprint!

Winter is coming: Earth awaits ‘mini ice age’ in 15 years, solar cycle study suggests

Source: RT
Date: 12 July 2015
Author: Unknown

Earth is facing the prospect of a ‘mini ice age’ this century, with our sun’s activity projected to fall 60 percent in the 2030s, British astrophysicists say, based on the results of new research that they claim allows exact predictions of solar cycles.

Our planet is just 15 years from a new ‘mini ice age’ that could cause extremely cold winters characterized by the freezing of normally ice-free rivers as well as by year-round snow fields in areas that have never witnessed such climate conditions before, a group of astrophysicists claim. Continue reading Winter is coming: Earth awaits ‘mini ice age’ in 15 years, solar cycle study suggests

Sam Judd: World war on water

Source: NZ Herald
Date: 2 July 2015
Author: Sam Judd

Dadaab Refugee Camp in Somalia

Out of all the basic necessities for human life, surely water has to be the most important of them all.

But despite how critical it is we seem willing to squander this precious resource, creating economic and health risks as well as conflict.

I have been told that the next world war will be about water and this looks more likely than ever before. Continue reading Sam Judd: World war on water

Secrets of Destructive Weather Revealed

Infowars reporter Rex Jones covers the secrets of destructive weather and exposes the myth of man-made climate change. Global warming is a manufactured problem played up by the government to instigate a public reaction – fear – the government then exploits to offer a predetermined solution: the expansion of government at the public’s expense. As climate change is blamed for the recent flooding in Texas Rex breaks down the real culprit, weather.

New Zealand hit by record cold temperatures overnight

Source:NZ Herald
Date: 23 June 2015
Author: Belinda Feek, NZ Herald Reporter

• -20 degrees recorded at Pukaki, close to the country’s coldest ever recorded of -25.6 in Ranfurly in 1903
• -5 degrees in Dunedin, Blenheim and Taumarunui
• -2 degrees in Hamilton
• 2.7 degrees in Auckland

New Zealand has nearly shuddered itself to the MetService’s record books after Mackenzie Country plummeted to -20 degrees overnight.

MetService Meteorologist Stephen Glassy said most of the South Island recorded sub-zero temperatures including the -20 at the Pukaki Aerodrome on the edge of Lake Pukaki.

Lake Tekapo and Mt Cook Airport got down to -13 degrees, while Queenstown, Alexandra and Lumsden hit -7 degrees.

Mr Glassey said the bone-chilling -20 degrees recorded at Pukaki was close to the country’s coldest ever recorded of -25.6 in Ranfurly in 1903. Continue reading New Zealand hit by record cold temperatures overnight

Asphalt melting: India heat wave kills over 1,400 people

Date: 28 May 2015
Language: English

Sheep cross a parched area of a dried-up pond on a hot summer day on the outskirts of New Delhi, India, May 27, 2015.

With roads melting right before your eyes, the heat has become lethal in India, killing at least 1,412 people in May. After temperatures reached new benchmarks, rising to 47C, doctors were forced to postpone vacations to cope with sufferers.

India’s two southern states, Andhra Pradesh and nearby Telangana, are the worst affected areas. The heat has raged for over a week and the death toll there is said to be more than double the toll from last year’s heat wave. In Andhra Pradesh alone, it has reached 1,020, officials said, according to the Hindustan Times.

The two states have so far recorded over 800 heat-induced deaths, the Indian Express reported. Local authorities have advised people to stay indoors between 11am and 4pm, to avoid heat stroke. On Tuesday, temperatures were reportedly at their peak in some Telangana districts: Warangal (46 degrees Celsius), Karimnagar (45 degrees Celsius) and Nizamabad (44 degrees Celsius), according to the Indian Express. Continue reading Asphalt melting: India heat wave kills over 1,400 people