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Old 27-11-2007, 02:09 PM   #41
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The Earth's New Continent of Trash - http://thetyee.ca/News/2007/11/21/PacificGarbagePatch/
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Old 27-11-2007, 03:34 PM   #42
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The Earth's New Continent of Trash - http://thetyee.ca/News/2007/11/21/PacificGarbagePatch/
Holy Crap!
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Old 28-11-2007, 07:59 PM   #43
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not many disasters, around there, ah?
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Uganda Ebola Outbreak Map - Cases Widespread


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Are You Earthquake Ready?

This is pretty cool, check it out. how prepared are you?

here http://www.nwcn.com/sharedcontent/fe...ke/during.html
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Old 16-01-2008, 05:17 PM   #46
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Surfers Hit By 50ft Wave

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Caught on camera: Incredible moment surfers are hit by 50ft wave off Cornwall

Beneath a towering wall of water two surfers lay waiting like tiny dots in the dark swell.

It's the kind of contest between man and the elements normally associated with the enormous waves of Hawaii or Australia.

But with the lights of shore just flickering through grey skies this is Penzance, in Cornwall, where stormy weather has created 50ft waves.


Heavy rain and gale force winds have taken a heavy toll on parts of Britain, but for surfers Lee William and Charlie Thompson, both 21, it was a perfect excuse to head for the sea.

Photography student Jacob Cockle, 22, was there to watch as his friends did battle with the waves.

"Penzance never gets waves like this," he said. "No-one here has ever seen anything like it.

"I was out there for ages watching the surfers. It is so unusual. Other parts of Cornwall are used to big waves - but nothing like this has ever been seen before.

"This is as much about extreme weather as extreme surfing."

As for his friends, a little battered after being wiped out by the might wall of water.

He said: "They loved it. They're crazy. They were really up for it - it was pure fun and games."

Elsewhere ferocious seas have had a more a serious impact.

A brave lifeboat crew in Devon battled five-metre swells to rescue a group of sailors from a stricken cargo ship that was listing perilously in wind-battered waters on Sunday night.

The 300-ft Greek-registered Ice Prince was carrying 5,258 tonnes of timber across the English Channel when it began to list in force eight gales.

Amid fears it would capsize, twelve crewmen were airlifted off the 6,395 tonne vessel by helicopter and the remaining eight was picked up by lifeboats from Torbay.

Coastguards said the rescue mission was their "most difficult rescue ever."

They faced the daunting task of pulling their 55ft vessel alongside the 300ft-long cargo ship as it was violently tossed around by the waves.

Coxswain Mark Criddle said: "The two coming together was a huge problem, we were only going to come off second best.

"Boats don't come with handbrakes and one minute we would be right alongside calling for the crew to jump, the next minute we are five metres below them.

"Some of them really didn't want to leave the mothership for this tiny lifeboat pitching and rolling in the sea."

The Ice Prince was heading for Alexandria in Egypt when it got into trouble on Sunday evening, just 35 miles from Branscombe Beach in Devon, where the MSC Napoli ran aground last January.

Yesterday experts were assessing whether they could tow the craft to safety. If it sinks, carrying oil, it could lead to an environmental disaster.

Unfortunately the battering from the elements is showing no sign of abating.

Parts of the country have already seen flooding. Worcester Cricket Club is awash, with only a sign reading 'keep off the grass' peeking above the water line.

Up to an inch-and-a-half of rain could fall in the worst hit parts of the western of the country today, where fears of a repeat of last summer's crisis are growing.

The Environment Agency has put flood warnings in place at the River Severn between Worcester and Tewkesbury and from Tewkesbury to upstream of Gloucester.

Meanwhile, emergency services and councils are on stand-by and getting prepared for the worst.

A Met Office spokesman said the wet weather was the result of bands of low pressure sweeping in from the Atlantic.

While the whole of the western side of the country will bear the brunt today, it is forecast to be wet everywhere with a string of severe weather warnings in force.

While the rainfall will not be at the highs of the summer, ground is already water-logged, increasing the flood risk.

Compounding the miserable day will be severe gale force winds of up to 60mph battering the east.

Strong winds are forecast overnight into Wednesday. Rain in the north and east should clear by the afternoon.

Thursday and Friday are forecast to bring further bands of rain. Perhaps the only bright spot is that temperatures are expected to remain a few degrees above the seasonal norm of around 6-7C (43-45f).

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Old 17-01-2008, 12:40 AM   #48
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Are You Earthquake Ready?

This is pretty cool, check it out. how prepared are you?

here http://www.nwcn.com/sharedcontent/fe...ke/during.html
that was fun, thanks,
got 7 / 10.........
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that was fun, thanks,
got 7 / 10.........
Yes I don't remember what I got. But the most important as far as I know is get under a table or in the 'door-space' as fast as possible
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Deadly Quakes Hit Rwanda, Congo
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A man stands amid the wreckage where a central market once stood on Sunday in Bukavu, Congo

Two earthquakes struck hours apart in Rwanda and neighboring Congo on Sunday, killing at least 39 people and injuring hundreds of others, officials said. Some of the victims died when the church they were attending collapsed.

The first, 6.0-magnitude quake struck Congo early Sunday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The second quake, which registered 5.0, hit a few hours later near the countries' border, in Rwanda's rural Rusizi district.

Thirty-four people were killed and 231 wounded in Rwanda, according to a Ministry of Health hot line. Frank Mugambage, an official in the president's office, said some of the victims died when a church collapsed. Rescuers were searching for more victims, he said.

Across the border in the lakeside city of Bukavu, Mayor Raisi Kunda said five people were killed and 149 wounded there. Kunda said many homes, as well as schools and churches, were damaged in the city but the extent was not immediately clear.

Initial reports had put the death toll at around 21.

The area where the quakes hit is part of Africa's Great Rift Valley, which includes a seismically active fault line. The Rwanda temblor rattled the capital, Kigali, some 125 miles away.

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Old 12-02-2008, 02:46 PM   #51
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Snow Storms Destroy 10% Of China's Forests

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BEIJING, Feb 10 (AFP) Feb 10, 2008
China has lost about one tenth of its forest resources to recent snow storms regarded as the most severe in half a century, state media reported Sunday.

A total of 17.3 million hectares (43 million acres) of forest have been damaged across China as the result of three weeks of savage winter weather, the China Daily website said, citing the State Forestry Administration.

More than half the country's provinces have been affected, and in the worst-hit regions, nearly 90 percent of forests have been destroyed, according to the paper.

As of the end of last month, disastrous winter weather had levied a toll of 16.2 billion yuan (2.2 billion dollars) on China's forestry sector, the report said, citing the most recent data available.

More misery could be in store, as the State Forest Administration has warned trees killed by winter frost could boost the amount of inflammable materials, raising the risk of forest fires.

In response to the dire situation, the government has urged areas unaffected by the snow storms to expand seedling supply to secure spring reforestation efforts, expected to begin in early April, according to the report.

The destruction of large swathes of forest comes as China is spending large sums on reforestation.

In January, state media said China planned to plant 2.5 billion trees this year.

Deforestation is linked to the extinction of plants and animals, social conflict, climate change and natural disasters such as flooding and landslides.

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Navy Research Paper: 'Disrupt Economies' with Man-Made 'Floods,' 'Droughts'

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A recently-unearthed U.S. Navy research project calls for creating mad-made floods and droughts to "disrupt [the] economy" of an enemy state.

"Weather modification was used successfully in Viet Nam to (among other things) hinder and impede the movement of personnel and material from North Viet Nam to South Viet Nam," notes a Naval Air Warfare Weapons Division - China Lake research proposal, released last month through the Freedom of Information Act. But "since that time military research on Weather Modification has dwindled in the United States."

The proposal suggests a study of the latest weather manipulation techniques, to "give the U.S. military a viable, state-of-the-art weather modification capability again." With that in hand, American forces would be able...

To impede or deny the movement of personnel and material because of rains-floods, snow-blizzards, etc.

(2) To disrupt economy due to the effect of floods, droughts, etc.

The proposal is undated. But it's pretty clearly from the Cold War. Not only is "the Soviet Union (Russia)" mentioned. The money is also relatively small, by today's standards -- less than a half-million dollars, over two years.

A military in-house newspaper calls "weather modification" an "area of China Lake preeminence. Between 1949 and 1978, China Lake developed concepts, techniques, and hardware that were successfully used in hurricane abatement, fog control, and drought relief. Military application of this technology was demonstrated in 1966 when Project Popeye was conducted to enhance rainfall to help interdict traffic on the Ho Chi Minh Trail." (Here's a picture of China Lake's "Cold Cloud Modification System."

In 1980, the United States ratified a treaty banning military weather manipulation. But every once in a while, someone in the armed forces floats the idea of doing it again. "Our vision is that by 2025 the military could influence the weather on a mesoscale [theater-wide] or microscale [immediate local area] to achieve operational capabilities," a 1996 Air Force-commissioned study reads.

Today, Chinese officials are trying to figure out ways to keep it from raining over Beiing, during this summer's Olympics.

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PIEDMONT, Mo. (AP) - Residents of low-lying towns stacked sandbags or grabbed belongings and evacuated Wednesday after a foot of rain pushed rivers and creeks out of their banks in the nation's midsection. At least 13 deaths had been linked to the weather, and three people were missing.

Record or near-record flood crests were forecast at several towns in Missouri. Flooding was reported in large areas of Arkansas and parts of southern Illinois, southern Indiana and southwestern Ohio, and schools were closed in parts of western Kentucky because of flooded roads.

"We've got water rising everywhere," said Jeff Korb, president of the Vanderbugh County, Ind., commissioners.

The National Weather Service posted flood and flash flood warnings from Texas to Pennsylvania.

After two days, rain had finally stopped falling by Wednesday afternoon in much of Missouri and Arkansas as the weather system crawled toward the Northeast, drenching the Ohio Valley and spreading snow over parts of northern New England. A parallel band of locally heavy rain stretched from Alabama and Georgia to the mid-Atlantic states.

Atlanta police closed some downtown streets in case the stormy weather knocked down more broken glass and debris from buildings damaged by Friday's tornado.

In Ohio and other areas, the rain fell on ground already saturated from heavy snowfall less than two weeks ago.

A foot of rain had fallen in sections of southern Illinois and at Mountain Home, Ark., and Cape Girardeau, Mo., while 6.2 inches fell at Evansville, Ind., the weather service said.

Five deaths were linked to the flooding in Missouri, five people were killed in a highway wreck in heavy rain in Kentucky and a 65-year-old Ohio woman appeared to have drowned while checking on a sump pump in her home. In southern Illinois, two bodies were found hours after floodwaters swept a pickup truck off a rural road.

Searches were under way in Texas for a teenager washed down a drainage pipe, and two people were missing in Arkansas after their vehicles were swept away by rushing water.

Searchers in Missouri found the body of Mark G. Speir Jr., 19, on Wednesday about 2 miles downstream from where he was reported swept into a creek the previous evening.

"He was going down the creek screaming and hollering," Lawrence County emergency management chief Mike Rowe said.

An estimated 300 houses and businesses were flooded in Piedmont, a town of 2,000 residents on McKenzie Creek. Dozens of people were rescued by boat.

Outside St. Louis, the Meramec River was threatening towns including Eureka and Valley Park, where Chandra Webster's kids ran bags of toys and clothes to the car while she moved boxes of belongings to the second floor and her husband moved furniture out of harm's way.

"It's a lot of work, but it's worth it to save your stuff," Webster, 34, said Wednesday. "In '82 we lost everything when I was a little girl. I don't want to put my kids through that."

The Meramec hit a record 39.7 feet that year; flood stage is only 16 feet. A levee completed just three years ago is designed to hold a flood of 43 feet, three feet above the crest forecast for later this week.

Valley Park alderman Steve Drake helped fill sandbags.

"We've got everybody working together," Drake said. "It's going to be interesting."

Gov. Matt Blunt said he was seeking a federal disaster declaration for 70 of Missouri's 114 counties and the city of St. Louis.

Widespread flooding in Arkansas had washed out some highways and led to evacuations in some areas, said Tommy Jackson, a spokesman for the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management. The Highway and Transportation Department reported state roads blocked in 16 counties.

Some residents of southern Illinois had to evacuate. In Marion, firefighters in some cases used their own fishing boats to rescued 13 residents of the city's housing authority.

Key roads were closed in the Cincinnati area, where water 4 feet deep was reported in businesses in the suburb of Sharonville, police said.

Ohio rescue workers were busy helping people out of cars swamped by the flooding.

"The biggest problem has been people driving into floodwater," said Frank Young, emergency management director in Warren County. "There are a lot of stupid people. When that sign says 'Road closed, high water,' that's what it means."

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Associated Press writers Terry Kinney in Cincinnati; Paul Weber in Dallas; Chuck Bartels in Little Rock, Ark.; Marcus Kabel in Springfield; Jim Salter, Cheryl Wittenauer and Christopher Leonard in St. Louis; Chris Blank in Jefferson City; and Jim Suhr in southern Illinois contributed to this report.

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Old 25-03-2008, 04:42 PM   #54
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This sounds like bullshit

I think the government ecourages deforestation, in China (and the blames it on the weather )

Here is another man-made environmental disaster - http://www.rense.com/general81/10an.htm
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Gustav Death Toll Rises to 22 and New Orleans Prepares for Evacuation

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There is a strong probability that it will be a Category 3 storm by the time
it enters the Gulf, and it has the potential to strengthen into a Category 4 or 5
storm over the Gulf.”

- AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist, John Kocet







5-day-path projection on left shows Gustav could make landfall
near the Texas and Louisiana border west of New Orleans, crushed by
Hurricane Katrina on August 29, 2005. Oil producers are now worried
about their oil platforms, shown in map on right, and oil prices spiked
higher on fears of destruction.



Gustav over Haiti

Associated Press reports: “Today, oil workers began leaving their rigs and New Orleans drew up evacuation plans.” AccuWeather reports: “Oil, natural gas and gasoline prices climbed today as traders worried that Tropical Storm Gustav will become a major hurricane (Cat 3 or higher) before reaching the oil production areas in the Gulf of Mexico. Computer models show Gustav heading for the U.S. Gulf Coast, arriving anywhere from western Florida -- already waterlogged from last week's Tropical Storm Fay -- to Louisiana, where cleanup and repair efforts are still ongoing three years after Hurricane Katrina. Katrina killed more than 1,800 people when it slammed into the Gulf Coast on August 29, 2005, flattening towns on the Mississippi coast and flooding portions of New Orleans.”

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Old 28-08-2008, 04:57 PM   #56
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Yep, scary storm!




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Old 16-05-2009, 02:31 AM   #57
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Very interesting map.
See where it's happening different crisis around the globe.
http://visz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index.php?smp=&lang=eng
Wow, how cool is this site?! Totally needs a bump, chatt strikes again

up to the minute Nuclear events, plane crashes, volcanos, earthquakes, tsunami's...AWESOME!

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Biological Hazard - North-America

Event type Biological Hazard

Country Canada

County / State Province of Manitoba

Damage level Heavy

Vials swiped from Canada's National Microbiology Laboratory contained small amounts of genetic material from the Ebola virus. But Dr. Frank Plummer, head of the Winnipeg lab, says the Ebola gene posed no risk of infection and could only have been used to make a vaccine. Konan Michel Yao, 42, was caught trying to sneak 22 vials across the Manitoba-North Dakota border last week. Plummer says the missing vials went unnoticed because there are tens of thousands of them with non-infectious material in the laboratory's refrigerators and freezers. He says Yao did not have access to high-level pathogens, which are under strict security controls and rigorous inventory. He says Yao left work in January when his research fellowship ended and had signed a document swearing he had not taken any government property.)

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as always chatt- brilliant thread.

interesting to note that there have been two reported 'biological epidemics' (marked in green) here. very useful information indeed.



and thanks for the bump gripit!
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Old 16-05-2009, 08:07 AM   #59
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Thanks gripit and pinkfreud
I've almost forgotten about this map. Some excellent stuff!
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Bit old but still working, cheers for the map. Now I know of the measles outbreak in UK.
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