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    September 22nd 2007 the day after tomorrow maybe becoming a reality after all
    Spain tennis size hailstones in Marbella ,18 people injured Freaky!
    US happened already i guess,A strong Pacific storm is expected to hit Riverside County Friday.
    the National Weather Service said the storm will produce weather rarely seen in California, no its becoming the norm i say.
    President Bush on Friday issued a major disaster declaration in seven Missouri counties,yep more to come no doubt.
    Finally Bush administration officials set out Friday to convince the world it can cool the Earth with voluntary "processes,i say too little too late maybe.
    http://www.news24.com/News24/World/N...188177,00.html
    http://article.wn.com/view/2007/09/2...to_hit_county/
    http://article.wn.com/view/2007/09/2...or_seven_Mo_c/
    http://article.wn.com/view/2007/09/2...lobal_Warming/
    I knew it would not be quiet for long as i was bursting to tell.

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    Africa nearly 20 countries affected by floods 1.5 million of population also affected,more rain to come.Its supposed to be mentioned in the climate change meeting,which had already said that would be affected by climate change.
    Bedfordshire today UK sky turned black then heavy hail fell,then again later torrential downpour which lasted less than 5 mins.Supposed to be getting colder within the next day or so,dont know what to expect this fall but makes me wonder how long before england sees another major flood.

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    severe weather currently going on in Iowa
    All this gives new meaning to "2 Minutes to Midnight"

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    Here's an awesome video showing a storm rolling into part of Pennsylvania

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    ERROR: If you can see this, then YouTube is down or you don't have Flash installed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DVANDERM View Post
    Here's an awesome video showing a storm rolling into part of Pennsylvania
    Awesome video DVAN., it looks like a hail storm.
    "In the last days perilous times will come, for men shall have a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof." 2 Tim 3

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    October 1st
    Auckland weather chaos
    Island of Luzon floods and big waves after tropical storm Hanna
    western Kanagawa hit by 4.9 Earthquake
    Tropical storm brewing up in the gulf,could develop into storm near south florida
    Going to be a busy week i guess.

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    Spain hit by flash storms up to Sixty litres of rain fell per square metre within half an hour, leaving pile-ups of smashed cars and shop windows shattered.There has also been an upsurge in burglaries as well ah well here comes the beginning of chaos as they say.it is also being said that in the coming days more flash storms expected to spread across Spain.
    Hanoi Vietnam the typhoon has hit them,winds of more than 80 mph Disaster officials had evacuated about 400,000 people from the region.Again a poor area hit as i said it is going to be a busy week and it has.
    Tuesday East Manatee county,more than 5 inches of rain during a two-hour period.
    county officials were forced to release the water overflow from the Lake Manatee Dam.
    This is thought provoking and could become a reality sooner than we think
    The UN secretary-general's official representative in Australia Abdullah Mbamba says the Federal Government should be prepared for "climate refugees" to come from within Australia.Aboriginal communities will also be forced off their traditional land due to climate change oh dear that is going to cause problems.The new term now is
    called climate refugees a name we shall get used to.

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    Madrid has been hit with a violent storm as predicted 20 people injured,and yet here in England it has been like summer.100km/h winds or more uprooted trees and roofs,and caused traffic accidents.I did not realise that Spain has endured violent storms for the past two weeks lets hope they don't become another India.Lots of us brits have moved over there in recent years because of the warmer weather not so the case now and yeah it is normally warm change is here.
    Minnesota
    The sun shone but flood warnings given,rain is forecast for the weekend instead.
    High pressure which we are experiencing as well up to 18 degrees so far,anyway
    It had said that On Saturday the metro area could see a record high as temperatures soar into the middle 80s.Here we go again more fires and maybe another heat wave in middle of winter.
    As much as 2 to 3 inches of rain fell this morning and into the early afternoon,flooding was reported in St. Croix and Dunn counties in western Wisconsin.

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    The typhoon in Taiwan has hit hard today ,nearly half a million affected without electricity,mainland china to be evacuated soon as it could hit there next.
    read more here
    http://www.thenewstribune.com/tacoma...ry/172697.html

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    5.8 moderate quake hit japan without casualties i wonder if the nuclear power stations are safe.
    North and Southeast Texas get ready to brace for storms soon,In addition, a coastal flood advisory along the Gulf Coast predicted high tide to be 2 feet higher than normal. Minor beach flooding was possible. Highs could reach 90, with lows around 74.
    I am sure we shall hear about this one shortly.
    Here is something that maybe changing our minds on climate change,and anyone who think we are all brain washed need their heads examined.
    While some of us believe some of us have not got around to waking up yet.
    Ulster people are more worried about the threat of climate change than the rest of the UK good on them,at least they are waking up.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2007/10/0...limate_change/
    I say the recent trend seems to be increasing and may put pressure on so called governments.

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    I can't remember what month it was, but it was in the past year that my home county in California was under a tornado watch for the first time ever in my memory, and here in tornado alley our weather was mild and fine...

    Hey, I feel like Mark Twain.."everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it"...except that there is something we can do about it, both collectively and as individuals, like putting in energy saver lightbulbs and not driving gas hoggin humvees. There is a really cool site on the web called FUH2, that is filled with pictures of people flipping the H2 the bird, and I love it. heh.

    Even if the difference made is infestimally small, well then I will do the small bit that I can do like recycling and things of that nature, if nothing else. That way, if I live long enough, I can let my grandchildren know I did what I could, and am sorry that I still couldn't give them a world that wasn't so fubared.

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    We have just been hit with dense fog and as usual some stupid driver has caused a crash on a busy highway.I had just been out visibility less than 50 meters and not expected to lift until mid afternoon.
    It is not even cold but very mild again,The atmosphere is becoming more humid in a pattern consistent with man-made climate change, researchers have found.
    yeah i kind of agree on this subject it seemed like the Amazon outside mild and wet,maybe this why our trees and bushes are still blossoming.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7038278.stm
    Australia is back in the news with the weather again and voted the third worst country for pollution,maybe it is related when the polluted cities experience wild weather continuously.
    Wild weather is expected to continue lashing south-east Queensland for the fifth day in a row. Storms have delivered heavy rain and hail, blacked out thousands of homes and caused extensive damage.
    The subject on the rising humidity seems to domineering at the moment saying storms will intensify due to this.
    the blue tongue disease will now spread probably,and what impact will this humidity have on our health,moths have invaded Australia as well in recent days again weather related i guess.

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    Hi guys daily reports as usual
    Spain hit again by heavy rain 2 people killed
    Costa Rica landslides 10 people killed
    Are you beginning to notice that now people are being killed a lot lately.

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    How much longer without a major disaster?
    Heavy storms swept through North Texas on Monday, flooding roads, damaging buildings and knocking out power to thousands of homes and businesses.
    Yet more rain and misery to thousands.
    Seems to be gathering pace lately without any let ups,if economic breakdown is coming ,then this could be one factor.
    A quake measuring 6.7 on the Richter scale shook Southland early this morning and while felt strongly there were no immediate reports of damage or injury.
    New zealand again
    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/1/...ectid=10470134

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    WELLINGTON, New Zealand A magnitude 6.4 earthquake hit deep under the South Pacific seabed between Fiji and New Zealand Wednesday, and there were no reports of injury or damage, officials said.
    Another and had one Tuesday magnitude 6.7 quake hit off South Island's west coast.

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    If anyone is reading these it is getting very worrying on the accelerated storms that are happening daily.
    A spring-like system raked Oklahoma with severe storms on Wednesday, damaging mobile homes, collapsing festival tents and injuring more than 30 people.
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldlates...005004,00.html
    More floods hit central Vietnam yet again
    Rising floodwaters in central Vietnam have killed six people and forced thousands to flee.
    A mild earthquake offshore in Lake Erie shook Cleveland's northeast suburbs Wednesday afternoon but no immediate damage or injuries were reported.
    Yet another i see

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    Busy week of extreme weather
    Storms with high winds struck northeastern Missouri early Thursday, killing two people in a mobile home, authorities said. A storm hit rural Monroe County, 55 miles north of Columbia. National Weather Service meteorologist Scott Truett said there were reports of a possible tornado, but they had not yet been confirmed.
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    Yah, we have been having some storms around here, but nothing to bad in my particular neck of the woods. This is normal for 'tornado alley' tho..May and October are the worst months for tornados, although of course they can happen any month of the year. I still remember tripping out a few years ago by 'thunder snow' where it was snowing AND there was thunder and lightning..really weird.

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    These storms that we are witnessing remind me of the day after tomorrow lately
    Another day US hit again it seems to happening a hell of a lot now not normal at all.
    PENSACOLA, Fla. - Tornadoes and strong winds tore up buildings in two states Thursday, damaging a shopping mall.
    In a for a wild ride and with the ever looming world crash it does make you wonder how all of this is going to be paid for,as i can see it will bankrupt many states soon.

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    Tornadoes have ripped across the US again today 6 reported dead,Three days it has said including two dozen in the last 24 hours.
    http://abcnews.go.com/
    MEXICO CITY - Tropical Storm Kiko was moving parallel to Mexico's Pacific coastline Friday, and forecasters warned the storm could kick up strong waves, winds and rains on land. The tropical storm was expected to strengthen to a hurricane by Sunday.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2007/10/1...cross_country/
    Seems that the US have a real problem on its hands

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    Congo 9 killed as torrential rain falls, id say a week of doom so far
    It caused many homes to collapse in Kinshasa some very bad storms i guess.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2007/10/2...ills_9_in_DRC/

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    As you are all aware by now this part of the forum was for me to post severe weather
    warnings.
    October almost the end of the month,as you can see yourselves it seems to be accelerating very fast now on a daily basis.
    As we know now that there seems to be increase in climate refugees,California which was either deliberate or climate change due to change in the weather.
    Here is todays bad news,14 tropical storms counted so far included countries
    Caribbean,Cuba and Haiti.
    Tropical Storm Noel formed over the Caribbean Sunday and forecasters warned the slow-moving system could send flash floods gushing down stripped hills in Haiti before it heads on to Cuba. The strengthening storm poses a serious threat to impoverished Haiti, which is still recovering from floods that killed at least 37 and sent more than 4,000 people to shelters earlier this month.
    Thunderstorms have wrecked havoc in Queensland Australia,India again,landslides in the Philippines.
    http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/...555564434.html
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/I...ow/2497902.cms
    http://article.wn.com/view/2007/10/2..._landslides_5/

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    Another week as i keep saying and more victims.
    Mexico wednesday burst banks and flooding after heavy rains,thousands of homes flooded.
    Another victim of climate change i guess,not too sure how we are going to cope with this happening all the time now and the costs.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/envir...30529820071031
    Back on the Arctic stories,Nordic nations sounded the alarm on Wednesday about a quickening melt of Arctic ice and said the thaw might soon prove irreversible because of global warming.
    Cannot wait they say for to see what happens next.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/envir...66930620071031
    Central Africa once again hit by more floods.800 people were reported missing after the floods and some 1,500 families made homeless.
    man is it me or are things suddenly going to hell?
    http://allafrica.com/stories/200710310788.html

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    It is just you. But it's just me too. And all the other shit going on around the world. The bitch of it is that we only have some very necessary data, but are still missing pieces of what it is we know (speaking of the Jungian sub-conscious we of course.

    Our grandparents don't know half as much of the world as we do today, but that isn't to heap praise on us either...we still need to learn how to psychologically start the advance right now, otherwisse there will only one outcome.

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    Tropical storm Noel becomes a Category 1 Hurricane!

    http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/weathe...orm/index.html
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