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“It’s A Dry Heat”: Arizona Meltdown

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Ask any Arizonan whether their summers are more tolerable because “it’s a dry heat” and you’re likely to be asked to turn your oven to 150 degrees, stick your head inside for 20 minutes and report back as to whether or not the humidity within the oven ever crossed you mind.  Probably not.

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And while the heatwave may not be that fun for the people living through it, it does making for some amazing pictures of stuff melting.

Perhaps that plastic mailbox post wasn’t such a great idea in retrospect.

 

On the bright side, you can get all your baking done outside in mother nature’s free oven.

“arizona isn’t that hot”— antonihoe (@confuzzledteen3) June 23, 2017

Plastic fences…also not a great idea.  Come on Arizona…you’re better than this.

 

Meanwhile, this Tempe resident (undoubtedly an ASU student judging by all the cheap alcoholic beverages) was just trying to do his part to fight climate change by recycling his beer bottles…it seems that ManBearPig won this round. 


Meanwhile, even the road signs are melting down…

 

…which is going to make it even harder for this guy to get around town…

 

Al Gore is going to have a field day with these pics

South Korea set to abandon nuclear power programme

South Korea Nuclear Power

19 June 2017 | By GCR Staff

South Korea, one of the world’s leading civil nuclear powers, is to abandon plans to build any new reactors or extend the life of existing units. The announcement was made today by newly installed president Moon Jae-in.

Moon made the announcement at a ceremony to decommission the Kori-1 nuclear reactor at Busan, the country’s first and oldest nuclear power plant. He said his government would adopt policies for a “post-nuclear era”.

He said: “The shutdown of Kori 1 is the beginning of a nuclear energy-free country, a paradigm shift for a safer Korea.

“Korea’s energy policy used to pursue low cost and efficiency, while people’s lives, safety and environmental sustainability used to be treated lightly. But now it is the general idea that people’s lives and safety should be prioritised.”

Korea presently operates 25 reactors, including Kori-1, and these provide 23GW of energy, or about a third of the country’s electricity demand. Plans were in hand to increase this to 38GW by 2029, and the previous regime was seeking to renegotiate a treaty with the US to allow it to operate a full nuclear fuel cycle.

Korea has also been a player in the growing market for nuclear power stations in countries with no indigenous nuclear industry. The largest was a $20bn deal to build four nuclear reactors in the UAE.

Kepco, Korea’s state power utility, was considering an investment in the UK’s stalled Moorside nuclear project, presently owned by stricken Japanese engineer Toshiba. It was also in the running to build the first small modular reactor.

Moon, who campaigned on an anti-nuclear policy, said another reactor, whose lifespan was extended by 10 years to 2022, would be decommissioned as soon as possible.

The president had already ordered eight of the country’s coal power plants to cease production soon after taking office on 10 May, following the impeachment of his predecessor, Park Geun-hye.

South Korea is wrestling with air pollution problems that cost the country about $9bn a year, including carcinogenic fine dust particles. The country has 59 coal plants supplying almost 40% of the country’s electricity.

President Moon has said he wants to increase the portion of renewable energy to 20% by 2030 and increase LNG imports, possibly through a Russian pipeline passing through North Korean territory.

Image: The Kori plant at Busan has four reactors. Number 1 is on the right (Kori NPP)

https://www.globalconstructionreview.com/companies/south-korea-set-abandon-nu7clear-pow7er-program7me/

While I see this as essentially a good thing, did anyone notice the UN Agenda 2030 plan lurking in the shadows?

Rhode Island Bans CHEMTRAILS In New Geo-engineering Act

 

Rhode Island Bans CHEMTRAILS In New Geo-engineering Act

Rep. Justin Price: The Geoengineering Act of 2017 By: Daniel Newton |@NeonNettle on 23rd May 2017 @ 2.09pm © press

A new Bill has been introduced which will put a complete ban on poisonous chemtrails in Rhode Island

a new bill has been introduced which will put a complete ban on poisonous chemtrails in rhode island

A new Bill has been introduced by a Rhode Island state legislator which will put a complete ban on poisonous chemtrails being sprayed into the atmosphere.The new bill was introduced by Rep. Justin Price: “The Geoengineering Act of 2017” [H6011] in an attempt to regulate the intentional manipulation of the weather and environment.”The new bill was introduced by Rep. Justin Price: “The Geoengineering Act of 2017” [H6011] in an attempt to regulate the intentional manipulation of the weather and environment.The bill is aimed to reduce the poisonous effects of chemtrails on the public.Below is the legislative intent of the new geoengineering bill as reported by Activist post.(a) “Geoengineering” is defined herein as the intentional manipulation of the environment, involving nuclear, biological, chemical, electromagnetic and/or other physical-agent activities that effect changes to earth’s atmosphere and/or surface.(b) The Rhode Island general assembly finds that geoengineering encompasses many technologies and methods involving hazardous activities that can harm human health and safety, the environment, and the economy of the state of Rhode Island,(c) It is therefore the intention of the Rhode Island general assembly to regulate all geoengineering activities as further set forth by the terms and provisions of this chapter.Proposed Section 23-23.8-3. of the Geoengineering Act of 2017 defines the scope of geoengineering to include a ‘laundry list’ of technologies, which may not be familiar to the public; or that those “technological advances” are considered as “intentional manipulation of the environment”!

OMG, is that a wakeup call for everyone?

Read more at: http://www.neonnettle.com/features/920-rhode-island-bans-chemtrails-in-new-geo-engineering-act
© Neon Nettle

The Ocean Cleanup Has Begun

With all the bad news (as usual) being featured in the mainstream news about ocean pollution, all in the name of Climate Change scaremongering, it’s good to know about something that, if it lives up to it’s promise, is positively wonderful: The Ocean Cleanup!

Image result for the ocean cleanup

Trash accumulates in 5 ocean garbage patches, the largest one being the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, located between Hawaii and California. If left to circulate, the plastic will impact our ecosystems, health and economies.

By late 2017, The Ocean Cleanup aims to launch the first operational pilot system in Pacific waters. It will represent the most important milestone on the road to the full-scale cleanup and is the culmination of years of preparation. 

The pilot is not just one test – it should be viewed as a “testing platform”, with which dozens of tests can be performed, iterating the system until it operates as intended.

Watch the video where Boyan Slat explains the road towards the pilot, as well as recent changes to our design in the context of a very special presentation held on May 11th 2017:

Find out more about our system design our technology page.

 

THE IMPACT OF CLEANUP

 

Our models indicate that a full-scale system roll-out could clean up 50% of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in 5 years.

Research shows the majority of plastic by mass is currently in the larger debris. By removing the plastic while most of it is still large, we prevent it from breaking down into dangerous microplastics.

Combining the cleanup with source reduction on land paves the road towards a plastic free ocean by 2050.

Read More at The Ocean Cleanup’s site:

https://www.theoceancleanup.com/

“Tapping The Clouds”: Weather Mod History

Weather Modifcation History

The Courier Mail 1947
Race On To Tap Clouds in 3 Countries
Weather Modification History
www.weathermodificationhistory.com

Thanks to the ever-resourceful Rose Paige for the link!

https://thecontrail.com/photo/weather-modifcation-history?xg_source=activity

Al Gore Asks For 15 Trillion Dollars As “Global Warming” Protest Cancelled Due To Blizzards!

Published on May 1, 2017

One of the latest blizzards on record in the western USA cancels the Global Warming protest march in Denver. All at the same time Al Gore now asks the world to give up another $15 Trillion to stop a 2C temperature rise.

You’ve got to laugh at the irony of the situation.

Perhaps Al’s next movie should be called “An Inconvenient Blizzard”……?

 

Why Are Mega Banks Buying Up The Water?

Thanks to Saru G at theConTrail.com for the heads up.

Water is rapidly becoming the new oil:

Apocalypse Tourism? Cruising the Melting Arctic Ocean

For those who think the Arctic ice is not melting

https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2016-crystal-serenity-northwest-passage-cruise/

Apocalypse Tourism? Cruising the Melting Arctic Ocean

Come aboard! Let’s sail the once-impenetrable Northwest Passage.

On Aug. 16, the Crystal Serenity set out from Seward, Alaska, carrying 1,700 passengers and crew, and escorted by a comparatively minuscule, 1,800-ton icebreaker. She circled west and north around the Alaska Peninsula and through the Bering Strait before heading east into the maze of straits and sounds that constitute the Northwest Passage. For centuries, explorers tried to establish a sea route here between Europe and Asia. Many met with ruin. A few stranded sailors famously ate their boots—and each other. When the Crystal Serenity emerged free and clear of the maze on Sept. 5, there were no accounts of scurvy or cannibalism, only tales of bingeing on themed buffets and grumbles from shutterbugs about the Arctic’s monotonous landscape.

Operated by Crystal Cruises, the Serenity became on that day the first passenger liner to successfully ply the Northwest Passage. As climate change melts Arctic sea ice twice as fast as models predicted, more and larger ships have made their way along these fatal shores. In 2013, the Nordic Orion was the first bulk cargo carrier to transit the Passage, hauling a load of coal.

Rates on the Serenity started at around $22,000 per person. For that, passengers were anointed, by Slate, “the world’s worst people”—for venturing into a vulnerable ecosystem in a diesel-burning, 69,000-ton behemoth. Canada’s National Post described the cruise as an “invasion” of indigenous communities. Britain’s Telegraph hinted at Titanic hubris, asking, Is this “the world’s most dangerous cruise”?

As for the Arctic villages the Serenity visited, they were, depending on whom you ask, either overwhelmed or overjoyed by the ship’s hordes of curious, wealthy strangers. The communities staged dances, hawked arts and crafts, and expressed hope that the Crystal Serenity reaches New York safely on Sept. 16. Assuming it does, Crystal Cruises plans to offer the route again next year, departing Anchorage on Aug. 15. Edie Rodriguez, the company’s chief executive officer, says that a few passengers have already rebooked.

 

I’m going to make an educated personal observation here: The ARCTIC is melting. The ANTARCTIC is growing in ice mass.

The massive multi disciplinary Operation SOCRATES has stated similar findings, with the aim being to find out why the Southern hemisphere seems largely unaffected by “Global Warming/Climate Change” while the Northern Hemisphere is affected dramatically.

I would suggest that there’s more to the picture than meets the eye, and readers sufficiently interested and motivated should do some research. Beware of disinformation though. Think critically and logically! ( And don’t forget the Geoengineering agenda.)

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