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There is an acrimonious pulse of weather.

When you have to deal with the environment of wild extreminities at the same time a terrorist war rumbles and the economy stinks, life is difficult. You may find it hard to believe we connect TRV (Technical Remote Viewing) as an aid in deciphering the changing climate.

Technical Remote Viewing reveals things about the weather that will send chills up your spine, and which was maneuvered out of the hidden pages of history--in the 1990s--because of one of its training officers, a Major Edward Dames. - Various timeframes involving climate are important; for example a baseball game at Wrigley Field 2008, or in rip roaring Chicago. Maj. Dames was the one who said watch out for 2004, because it will be known as the year of winds.
Lynch-pin yourself to the idea: climate change does not need hundreds or thousands of years to occur.

An aspect of a Hollywood movie called The Day After Tomorrow is connected to flash freezing. It has happened before.
In the latitudes of Siberia, about 49,000 years ago, ±3,500 years, a huge freeze descended over the northern Siberian frontier in summer.

A most famous surviving mammoth elephant, the Berezovha mammoth, was found in 1900 virtually intact seventy miles north of the Arctic Circle, 67deg 32'N near the Berezovha River.
It is on display in the Zoological Institute Museum in Leningrad.

Nine types of grasses were found inside his body intact, including buttercups. What they found led scientists to concur it happened not in the dead of winter, but spring or early summer.
The lack of decomposition mystifies scientists because it happened during warm weather, unless, flash-freezing occurred.
Neither ice water or mud caused the animal’s demise because, as one scientist put it, in a 1929 American Society Transactions report, I.P. Tolmachoff, when an animal dies through suffocation, its genital organ becomes erect. This colossal beast did not die a slow death as caused by mudslides.
Sunshine failed to melt the extinct mammoth for thousands of years because the sun failed to penetrate that region of earth after the turbulent thick-enough freeze descended--brought by some cold front with winds strong enough to probably build in the excess of 200 m.p.h. There was not even enough time for gases to buildup in that extinct elephant’s body. Why are hardcore scientists and meteorologists telling us, in the overall scheme of things, that certain portions of the poles continue to shrink, the winters, summers, and especially springs are appearing more and more off kilter? ?

Many items you will not want to believe, but they are all documented. They are very important because it brings historical events more clearly into our world’s timeframe.

Dr. Greg Forbes, The Weather Channel Severe Weather Expert, May 28, 2004:

We really can’t predict now--or determine now--from year to year why there are more variations in tornado counts within the United States.

So as people argue the merits and truth of the term global warming, our weather has indeed become challenging.
The climate has the potential to become unstable. Some of you are acquainted with a secret $100,000 Pentagon report finalized in October of 2003, and some of you are not. This strange 22-page report begins with: “the purpose of this report is to imagine the unthinkable.” Whether you like it or not, whether you have a seared conscience to global warming or not, the urgent rise of global temperatures is not make-believe.
Whether you think we are in a cycle or not–who is to blame for the changing climate, learn about the facts in Alert: For The Times. The weather is driven by ocean currents, atmosphere and their agents of change such as surprising howling winds
July 19th, and dust storms.
People forget, the last time we underwent phenomenal climate change happened at the last ice age. But, could it be possible today? The two
most prominent meteorologists and climatologists in the Western world bounced around a rare pronouncement in December of 1999: we must deal with climate change of the entire world. In 2002, the National Academics of Sciences issued a special report Abrupt Climate Change’s Inevitable Surprises. This report is found in the About section.

About 13 years ago, in 2004, the United States was hit by many vicious tornadoes, including one which was declared a large funnel in El Paso, Texas, on May 27. Ironically, the week of March 22, 2010, El Paso was again pummeled by ferocious winds to the tune of 80 mph.
They were not from a tornado or hurricane. Yet, are not twisters categorized as a normal thing in Spring, right? Tell that to the people in Tenino, Washington, or Eminence, Kentucky, or Hillsboro, Missouri, or Washington County, Indiana, where vicious winds snapped off telephone poles like toothpicks. Oh, but unless they are categorized as a full-fledged tornado (or hurricane), the violent winds are forgotten in the history books. That happened at Queens College, NY. Thank you Richard for being a brave photographer. Achtung, things are also a little crazy on a wild ride in Germany with violent winds. Kommen Sie lightning. Reuters views America, June 4, 2008. Others are memorable, like the 2004 Indonesian tsunami or the 2006 tornado in London.
Do you remember the vicious twister in Joplin?

The world has had its share of very strange windy weather events: Canada (an F5 Jun 22, 2007,) Poland, Portugal, and the recent tornado in Uruguay, hitting Dec 6, 2012. These are just a few examples. And, that is the way it usually happens in the mainstream world.............they do not survive to be placed in history books. Things are pretty tough.
Dallas Apr 13, 2007
Hammered by the reality of a turbulent economy, and it looks like the picture is not too bright.

Fierce winds pound metropolis of Atlanta, Georgia, 135 +mph winds Mar 14, 2008.

Why should you be concerned about disappearing ice in Tibet or the fact that in 26 countries, we have seen the worst flooding in the past 500 years? Do you remember seeing those crazy floods in Czechoslovakia and Germany in 2002? Do you remember the Blizzard of 2003 or 2011? Do you also remember August of 2007 when rare tornado-like winds hit the metropolis of Chicago ?
Is there any message behind the statement: since Teddy Roosevelt’s time, it is a little known fact that the snow and ice of Mt Kilimanjaro has shrunk by 82%, and, that in its current melting, the snow and ice is disappearing 1.3 feet PER DAY!

Another example: a region of Canada’s Nunavat territory, just like Mt Kilimanjaro, is melting in disconcerting large pieces. From a report in the prestigious Geophysical Research Letters, scientists from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and from the University in Quebec City, Canada, have pointed out that after nearly 100 years of melting, the largest ice shelf in the Arctic--the Ward Hunt Ice Shelf on Ellesmere Island--has broken off. One hundred years ago, the northern border of Ellesmere I. was a solid ice shelf. Believe it or not, 90% of that ice is gone! The fresh water is pouring through the Disraeli Fjord.
There is slowly evolving a mark that is rising into human psyche consciousness. The mark is the tension that rises when man and woman, are pitted face to face with the adversities of weather. Since time immemorial it has occurred before, so what’s the big deal?
The answer lies in the fact that the tension is growing at an alarming rate, due to weather events repeating too quickly, and is more far-reaching than previously thought, which leaves us concerned. Like Baskin-Robbins, the tension comes in many flavors.
Nothing shows the cause for concern better than when the television news networks in America pick it up as a “news headline.” Twelve Springs ago, specifically May of 2003, the tension went tilt in middle America. Tornadoes went berserk. Some 60 tornadoes were spawned out of 1 or 2 violent storms. 60 mind you. That’s SIXTY.

Other events of “different flavors” are also mentioned in the new book that point to the far-reaching rate. While the average person is probably not in tune, unfortunately, in the disciplines of science, they are getting the picture. Winds in the neighborhood of 90-110 miles an hour in big cities were once quite rare.

Do you vividly remember the El Niño Years of 1997-98?
Before long, everyone will know what we mean; but it makes life interesting when you have to deal with the environment of wild extreminities at the same time a terrorist war rumbles and the economy stinks. Lynch-pin yourself to the idea: climate change does not need hundreds or thousands of years to occur.

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