Archive | June 3, 2017

Terror Attack In London Update: Attacks At London Bridge, Borough, Vauxhall

30,000 Scientists Agree: Climate Change Is A Hoax

NASA atmospheric scientist John L. Casey revealed that solar cycles are largely responsible for warming periods on Earth – not human activity
 
On top of those “inconvenient truths,” the White House’s assertion that 97 percent of scientists agree that global warming is real has been completely debunked. Several independently-researched examinations of the literature used to support the “97 percent” statement found that the conclusions were cherry-picked and misleading.
 
More objective surveys have revealed that there is a far greater diversity of opinion among scientists than the global warming crowd would like for you to believe.
 
“A 2008 survey by two German scientists, Dennis Bray and Hans von Storch, found that a significant number of scientists were skeptical of the ability of existing global climate models to accurately predict global temperatures, precipitation, sea-level changes, or extreme weather events even over a decade; they were far more skeptical as the time horizon increased.”
 
And, of course, there are the more than 31,000 American scientists (to date) who have signed a petition challenging the climate change narrative and 9,029 of them hold PhDs in their respective fields.
 
Many of those scientists who signed the petition were likely encouraged to speak out in favor of the truth after retired senior NASA atmospheric scientist John L. Casey revealed that solar cycles are largely responsible for warming periods on Earth – not human activity.
Courtesy of nation45.com

MAGNITUDE 4.8 MAHARASHTRA, INDIA

https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=596232

Subject to change

Depth: 10 km

Distances: 133 km S of Raigarh Fort, India / pop: 2,208,000 / local time: 23:44:52.0 2017-06-03
22 km NW of Malkāpur, India / pop: 13,400 / local time: 23:44:52.0 2017-06-03


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Emergency Shutdown At Taiwan Nuclear Plant Due To Severe Rainfall

Reactor at one of the country’s three operating nuclear plants was shut down after heavy rains caused an electricity pylon to topple over near the site.
 
A reactor at New Taipei’s Jinshan Nuclear Power Plant was shut down Friday after heavy rain toppled an electricity pylon near the site.
 
Taipower said the 345-kV tower fell at 10:31 a.m., resulting in the automatic shutdown of the plant’s second nuclear reactor — a safety mechanism activated whenever a reactor cannot transmit power.
 
Local media sources indicated that neither the reactor nor the generator was damaged during the incident.
 
However, for safety reasons, the restarted reactor will remain running at 75 percent capacity — the level at which it was running when the shutdown occurred — until it runs out of fuel, which is estimated to be June 10 or 11. 
 
Taipower had originally scheduled a suspension of the power plant’s second reactor for annual maintenance on June 11. Even with Friday’s incident, it is unlikely that the company will rush to begin maintenance procedures given that the date is only about a week away, local media speculated. 
 
There are currently three operational nuclear plants in Taiwan. Once the Jinshan plant’s second reactor is shut down for maintenance — and with four other reactors already undergoing such work — only one will be in operation nationwide, Taipower said.
Courtesy of annx.asianews.network

MEGA UPPER AND LOWER DIP SPIKES ON THE WEAK MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 12:45, 14:15, 14:30, 14:45, 15:45, 16:00, 16:30, 16:45 HRS UTC

***VERY URGENT***

MEGA UPPER AND LOWER DIP SPIKES ON THE WEAK MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 12:45, 14:15, 14:30, 14:45, 15:45, 16:00, 16:30, 16:45 HRS UTC. FURTHER EARTHQUAKES, VOLCANO ACTIVITY & ADVERSE WEATHER PATTERNS WILL BE GREATLY INFLUENCED BY THE COSMIC RAYS STRIKING THE EARTH’S CORE
***BE ALERT***

MAGNITUDE 3.2 FRANCE

https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=596211

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Depth: 1 km

Distances: 263 km SW of Paris, France / pop: 2,139,000 / local time: 17:12:08.7 2017-06-03
59 km NW of Poitiers, France / pop: 86,000 / local time: 17:12:08.7 2017-06-03
8 km NW of Loudun, France / pop: 8,600 / local time: 17:12:08.7 2017-06-03

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MAGNITUDE 5.3 KURIL ISLANDS

https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=596180

Subject to change

Depth: 60 km

Distances: 1484 km NE of Sapporo-shi, Japan / pop: 1,884,000 / local time: 20:47:24.4 2017-06-03
256 km SW of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russian Federation / pop: 188,000 / local time: 23:47:24.4 2017-06-03
79 km SE of Ozernovskiy, Russian Federation / pop: 2,700 / local time: 23:47:24.4 2017-06-03


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