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Fri Aug 05, 2016 6:55 pm

I imagine that these are very good photos of ball lightning.

Giant fireball in Novosibirsk region: spectacular video of rare phenomenon
By The Siberian Times reporter03 August 2016Like an approaching UFO, the bright white luminous ball glides over a field, before heading into woodland.

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Fri Dec 02, 2016 1:20 pm

What is weird is that I was just watching the news and this happened in Victoria or Vancouver too the other day. Check out the video. This is bizarre. Is this a new weapon being tested ?

Do You Really Think a Group “Asthma Attack” Caused 8500 People to Drop Like Flies in Australia?

This is one of the weirdest stories I’ve heard in a long time. So very weird that I have to call BS (baloney sandwiches) on the whole darned thing.

Last week, 8500 people were sent to the hospital in Melbourne, Australia during a period of five hours due to a freak storm that caused what authorities are referring to as “thunderstorm asthma.” An ambulance was dispatched every 4.5 seconds during the peak of the storm, and eight people died. (Learn more here.)

Is it just me or does this sound like a biological or chemical attack? This video explains how our government, in cooperation with the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Investigation and other world governments, have performed some unsettling testing. (Think about stuff like MK Ultra mind control experiments or the US allowing Nazi scientists to quietly continue their work in America after WWII.) It goes on to provide a compelling case against the official explanation.

One such example is the weaponization of extremely allergenic natural substances.

Were the citizens in Melbourne just specimens in a petri dish during a grand-scale test of a biological weapon?

http://daisyluther.com/do-you-really-th ... australia/

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Fri Dec 02, 2016 1:45 pm

Strange if true.

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Wed Dec 07, 2016 4:30 pm

okay now this is getting weird. Is this a HAARP induced phenomenom ? I have never heard of this ever happening until very recently. Is a weather weapon being tested ? There is a video on the page at the bottom worth watching.

Covert Depopulation? Mysterious “Thunderstorm Asthma” Now Strikes Kuwait – 5 Dead, 844 Hospitalized

The mystery deepens.

A week or so ago, conspiracy theorists were scratching their heads as to why more than 8500 people in Australia would suddenly have to a hospitalized in a concentrated wave allergies that left several people dead.

Now, a similar event has been reported in Kuwait, where reports claim that thunderstorm activity has triggered a mass reaction and nearly a thousand people were taken to the hospital with severe asthma; again, several people died.

So what is really going on? Is a covert, deadly substance being deliberately sprayed from planes (as governments did back in the sixties, and countless times since)? Or is is just something harmful being swept up from nearby farms and factories?

Whatever the explanation, the pattern is completely bizarre, especially since it has now happened in back to back cases, despite the fact that the phenomenon has been sparsely documented and extremely rare, to the point of being unheard of.

The following was translated from Arabic to English via Google, so there may be errors or poor interpretations.

But at this point, there isn’t much else to go on.

Via Hamrin News (a Kurdish-oriented news outlet published from Germany):


Kuwait – 1-12 (KUNA) – Undersecretary of the Kuwaiti Ministry of Health, Dr. Khalid Al-Sahlawi said that the country’s hospitals and five deaths were recorded during the past two days due to emergency cases of patients with asthma were suffering from suffocation and breathing difficulties.

He Sahlawi in a press statement Friday that the 844 emergency entered into the country’s hospitals during the past two days died, including five cases, three of which in Mubarak Hospital and two at the Amiri Hospital while entered the 26 cases in intensive care and 45 cases to the wings with out the rest of the cases after receiving the necessary treatment.

He explained that the sections of accidents in hospitals declared a state of emergency and prepare to receive critical situations and make the necessary first aid and called for emergency contact numbers in case of any emergency through the 112 ambulance and 151 medical consultations.

While officials are quick to reassure everyone that it is perfectly normal for so many people to be suddenly affected, this really isn’t a routine occurrence, and somebody must have better explaining to do.

Just like the Zika virus, so-called “Thunderstorm Asthma” wasn’t even a thing that anyone talked about until recently when it supposedly hit Australia a couple weeks ago on November 21st, sending some 8,500 people to the emergency room in a matter of hours and killing eight people so far.

Emergency officials described the scene like “150 bombs going off,” and at the height of the emergency, someone was dialing 9-1-1 for an ambulance every 4.5 seconds as people en masse began having asthma and heart attacks. Emergency services were so overwhelmed in Melbourne, they ran out of ambulances and even other emergency vehicles like fire trucks and police cars, and they were forced to use non-emergency vehicles. One girl reportedly died in her families arms on their front lawn waiting for an ambulance.

Officials claim it works like this: pollen fills the air and then, after a sudden weather change, a huge thunderstorm blows through, causing the pollen to swell and burst into nanoparticles. When the rain stops, the mass of “thunderstorm asthma” ensues.

An official Wikipedia page for “thunderstorm asthma” explains that it has happened in a handful of cities over the last two decades, but, as Melissa Dykes of Truthstream Media points out below, A) there have been no recorded incidences of this prior to the late 80s and B) that Wikipedia page did not exist until November 22, a day after the “rare” thunderstorm asthma hit Melbourne November 21.

Hmm… weird stuff.

Does Rare “Thunderstorm Asthma” Just Sound Made Up or What?


While it will be difficult to know just what substance, particle or chemical affected all of these sick people, one thing is plenty clear: society is not equipped to take care of all of us if a bigger enough emergency takes place. It isn’t due to any shortcoming on the part of medical staff, but rather the overwhelming catastrophe of something wide enough to be like a contagion.

There just isn’t enough manpower or ambulances enough to save us all. That’s why it is essential to be equipped with emergency medical supplies and skills, as well as CBRN-rated bio-protective gear, and to avoid any situations that might expose anyone particularly vulnerable in your group. Those with severely weakened immune systems will need to be treated with special caution, particularly in any events that resemble those described above.

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Sun Jan 22, 2017 10:43 pm

I didn't think that tornadoes happened in January.


More tornadoes ahead as death toll reaches 18 in southeast U.S.

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Sun Jan 22, 2017 10:44 pm

Occasionally we have them, now till April is the worst.

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Post: # 158828Unread post Gary Oak
Sun Sep 17, 2017 11:48 am

If there has been civilisation on this island for 300 years t hen this was the biggest hurricane in 300 years. I was in two record breaking typhoons in Hong Kong and now they have just finally had a supertyphoon over there. The weather is steadily getting wierder.


Single Living Person On Barbuda"


Exactly one week ago, Prime Minister Gaston Browne surveyed the damage on his tiny Caribbean island of Barbuda and declared that Hurricane Irma had completely devastated the island and left 90% of all dwellings leveled. Browne went on to say that Irma's "absolute devastation" meant that Barbuda was "basically uninhabitable" for the 1,800 people who called it home.

Now, according Barbuda's Ambassador to the United States, Ronald Sanders, the entire island has been evacuated for the first time in 300 years leaving "not a single living person on the island of Barbuda." Per the USA Today:

“The damage is complete,” says Ambassador Ronald Sanders, who has served as Antigua and Barbuda’s ambassador to the U.S. since 2015. “For the first time in 300 years, there’s not a single living person on the island of Barbuda — a civilization that has existed on that island for over 300 years has now been extinguished.”

“This was a huge monster,” he says. “The island and the people on the island had absolutely no chance.”

“We’ve had most of the people we’ve brought over to Antigua in shelters,” says Sanders. “We’ve tried to make living accommodations as good as humanly possible in these circumstances. Fortunately, we had planned ahead for this hurricane, and we had ordered supplies in from Miami and the United States before the hurricane hit.”

As the following aerial footage from the BBC shows, not a single structure was left untouched by Irma's 185 mph winds.

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Meanwhile, even though Barbuda residents have been evacuated to safety on Antigua, Sanders says the mass evacuation has resulted in an unsustainable situation with massively overcrowded schools and unsanitary living quarters in government facilities.

Though Barbudan evacuees are safe, Sanders says the situation is not ideal — people are living in cramped quarters in government facilities and nursing homes, including some 500 school-aged children. Now that school is back in session, Antigua must find room for these students.

“The situation is unacceptable, and it’s costly,” he says. “We’re going to have to keep this going for sometime because Barbuda’s not going to be rebuilt in a hurry, and when we do rebuild it, we’re going to have to rebuild to massive hurricane standards. This is going to take a while. There is no electricity there, there is no potable water anymore, there is no structure in which people can survive. We have a mammoth task on our hands.”

Sanders says the world must step up and help Barbuda.

“We are a small island community — the gross domestic product of Antigua is $1 billion a year,” he says. “We cannot afford to take on this responsibility by ourselves. Barbuda is not just a disaster, it’s a humanitarian crisis. We are hopeful that the international community will come to our aid, not because we’re begging for something we want, but because we’re begging for something that is needed."
Finally, Sanders took the opportunity to remind us all that, in his scientific opinion as an Ambassador, Hurricane Irma was the direct result of all of our contributions to global warming....

“We believe climate change is here to stay — it’s a reality, despite all of the naysayers,” he says. “We know that these things have occurred as a result of the profligacy of the countries that are rich, and have abused the system. We, unfortunately, who contribute less than naught point naught percent of pollution of the world’s atmosphere, are the world’s greatest victims.”
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Post: # 158829Unread post Blue Frost
Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:54 pm

300 years isn't even a blip on the time scale of earths history, might as well be a minute.
I remember in the 80s watching a program on weather, there have been super cells like we have never seen, and before our time of recording this stuff we don't even know the devastating things people went through.
I'm sure civilizations was wiped away before we will never know about.

As I have posted before the world could be much hotter, and should be right now which would cause even worse weather.
Those graphs don't mean as much as people think, they are not going far enough back to matter, and our weather isn't suppose to be the perfect same all the time.

Here, have4 a bigger speck of time.
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A moment that shows Gorss man made climate change is BS, his so called mentor which was a scientist even renounced the idea before he died.
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Post: # 158831Unread post Gary Oak
Sun Sep 17, 2017 5:14 pm

Those graphs do seem to show that climate change is a normal condition for earths weather.

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Post: # 158835Unread post Blue Frost
Sun Sep 17, 2017 5:26 pm

We have a regular cycle that goes on, very hot to very cold, and on an even longer time scale it looks pretty flat as well, but most people don't see that, or want to admit to it which is climate denial.
We do need to help ourselves by having a cleaner earth, a lot learned that in the 70s when you couldn't see the sun in places like California with the smog, but they don't realize climate isn't stable, and we are in a warming stage in the cycle.
It could end, and go the other way at any time.

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Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:07 am

Bluefrost, you must be feeling the chill. It's not bad on the west side of the Rockies though.

Record-breaking big freeze grips much of North America
Severe cold hits vast area from south Texas to Canada, and Montana to Maine
Omaha cancels New Year’s fireworks as temperature hits record low of -15F

Bone-chilling cold gripped the middle of the US as 2018 began on Monday, breaking a low temperature record, icing some new year celebrations and leading to at least two deaths attributed to exposure to the elements.


Ottawa concert cancellation is proof of concept: it can be too cold for Canadians
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The National Weather Service issued wind chill advisories covering a vast area from south Texas all the way to Canada and from Montana and Wyoming in the west through New England to the northern tip of Maine.

Dangerously low temperatures enveloped eight midwest states including parts of Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Nebraska along with nearly all of Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota.

The weather service said a temperature of minus 26C (minus 15F) was recorded in Omaha before midnight on Sunday, breaking a record low dating back to 1884, and the temperature was still dropping early on New Year’s Day. That reading did not include the wind chill effect. Last week, Omaha officials cited the forecast in postponing the 18th annual New Year’s Eve Fireworks Spectacular that usually draws about 30,000 people.

It was even colder in Des Moines early on Monday at minus 29C (minus 20F) and wind chill dipping to -35C (-31F). Des Moines city officials had closed a downtown outdoor ice skating plaza and said it would not reopen until the city emerged from sub-zero temperatures.

Throngs of revellers braved the second-coldest New Year’s Eve on record in New York to usher in 2018 as the glittering crystal ball dropped in Times Square.

The temperature was -23C (-10F), the chilliest celebration since at least 1917, when it was only -17C (-1F). Partygoers heeded warnings from authorities and wrapped up in extra layers, dancing and jogging in place to ward off the cold.

The wind chill dipped to -38C (-36F) in Duluth, Minnesota, a city known for its bitter cold winters. Steam rose up from Lake Superior as a ship moved through the harbor where ice was forming.

Bitterly cold temperatures also are spreading across the deep south, a region more accustomed to brief bursts of Arctic air than night after night below zero. Frozen pipes and dead car batteries were concerns from Louisiana to Georgia as overnight temperatures of -7C to -12C (10-19F) were predicted across the region by Monday night.

An Indianapolis woman was in critical condition after she became confused in the snow and ice and turned her vehicle the wrong direction, driving 150ft on a retention pond before her vehicle fell through the ice, according to Wish TV. She managed to make an emergency call but the phone went dead when the ice cracked.

The Milwaukee County medical examiner’s office said two bodies found on Sunday showed signs of hypothermia. They included a man in his 50s found on the ground in an alley and a 34-year-old man. Autopsies are being performed on both men.

Milwaukee’s annual Polar Bear Plunge at Bradford Beach on Lake Michigan on Monday could be more dangerous than usual, a city official told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. The wind chill was expected to be about minus 23C (minus 9F) by the time of the event at noon.

“You’re going to get hypothermic,” said the Milwaukee fire battalion chief, Erich Roden. “Everybody wants to do the polar plunge once in their life; it’s a bucket list item. Unfortunately, it’s something that can cause a lot of harm.”

This story was amended on 2 January 2018 to correct some temperature conversions.

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Post: # 161237Unread post Blue Frost
Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:09 am

Yeah quite cold here lately, very Frosty out.
Off the coast they even found two great Whites froze to death, the east is really bad. here we are just cold, no snot, or ice thankfully, but it's all around us.

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Tue Jan 02, 2018 12:49 pm

A little Bluefrosty ? I guess those sharks didn't know to go south when the freeze got going.

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Tue Jan 02, 2018 3:15 pm

I was out today, garage door broke, and had to fix it :facepalm: freezing, and an already stressful day .
Here is about the sharks.
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news ... d-11770876

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Post: # 161254Unread post Renee
Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:15 pm

Blue Frost wrote:
Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:09 am
Yeah quite cold here lately, very Frosty out.
Off the coast they even found two great Whites froze to death, the east is really bad. here we are just cold, no snot, or ice thankfully, but it's all around us.
Well, I'm glad you don't have any "snot". I think with exception of shit storms, snot storms are about the worst.
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Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:22 pm

LOL, yeah the only snow is in my head, glad it's not the other in there

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Post: # 161339Unread post Odinson
Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:21 pm

Al Gore and his army of morons said that the polar ice cap was melting 14% per year.... That was more than a decade ago..


The polar ice cap is now melted 140%...


I think that Al Gore types are trying to create panic so that they can sell more expensive "green" products.

Producing these green products requires a lot of material and energy....

A Tesla car creates just as much carbon emissions as a diesel truck.

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Post: # 161344Unread post Odinson
Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:30 pm

Leonardo Dicaprio is a hypocrit...

That a-hole is partying on private yachts and flying on private jets..

The amount of fuel they consume on each cruise/flight would power a neighbourhood for a year.

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Mon Jan 08, 2018 8:04 pm

It's always been a scam, the only thing good from it is the filling of Al's pocket, and his friends which of course we pay for, and not good for us.

Sahara Desert in Algeria covered in up to 15 inches of SNOW as the next little ice age begins
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The ocean is frozen at North Falmouth, Mass. What was Al Gore saying about sea ice?
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