With the rise of space weather and the web, are we just being bombarded by planetary waves of information on a grand scale?
You will discover things not normally found in a typical geophysical book; a kaleidoscope of events.
Grim weather anomalies in a way not seen in recent memory?
We had a strange timing LAST April of 2017: BBC report on icebergs, majestic or massive problems?, the headache problems of commuting that greeted Americans on April 20, 2017, encompassing also San Francisco for 7 hours lets chalk away the Hollywood make-believes, or Operation Gotham Shield or another strange meteorite that crashed in Argentina that killed a woman?
Weather and fungi damages that are supposed to aggravate food crop yields?
What is it with the tragic opera of events that same April 2017, terror attack on Champs-Elysees in Paris?, Sweden and the rampaging Muslim. Thank God for women who want peace. Author Mr. Valentine does not put things in a helter-skelter manner in his presentation but places dynamic historical events in a proper perspective to give meaning to life, that each person means something in the scope of things.
“At one point six million in the Carolinas, that's where my mom lives, are without electricity....The worst ice they've seen in they don't know how long in the Carolinas. At least 22 dead are blamed on the storm.
“At the same time here, look I get an e-mail from Anchorage, Alaska. Helga: ''Art, I was watching tv news about the weather back East, all the snow and the rest of it. Do you know I've been enjoying Spring, here, in the Anchorage area?
'We've had the warmest November on record. The grass is still green. And, we've been having record-breaking warm temperatures. We've had a few traces of snow earlier in the Fall, but, nada since. There's no snow in the forecast for the next five days. Gee, what strange weather."”.
Art Bell December 5, 2002, on Coast To Coast AM
“It has been a long day for utility workers. They spent all last night restoring some electricity to some 6000 metro Atlanta residents who lost power as the storm moved through here last night. And then when they thought they were in the clear, they got a call to go to North Carolina when things got real bad....More than a million in North Carolina [were without power] and more than a quarter million in South Carolina. That's more people than the number that lost power during Hurricane Hugo in 1989. Officials say this is the worst winter storm they've seen in decades....”
correspondent John Serrie, FOX News on Your World with Neil Cavuto, December 5, 2002
Scientists from Scripps and the University of Arizona recently released a new report, the first of its kind, analyzing the last 34 years of wildfire activity, funded by grants from NOAA, the U.S. Forest Service and the California Energy Commission. The average fire season has grown--by more than 2 months as spring comes earlier. Fires have destroyed 6.5 times more land than in the 1970s. Our terrible fires are unfortunately not a fluke AND are linked to the disposition of our “changing climate”--one of my themes in my book Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets, which people should read.
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The following were distributed propitiously after Katrina: 5.4 million meals, 144 generators, 3.5 tons of ice, 3.5 million gallons of water, 10,400 tarps, 11,000 cots, and 135,000 blankets. With this premise, using color pictures and maps, we will try to provide a historical understanding and will explore what experts--like Professor Lonnie Thompson, Professor Christina Hulbe, Professor Mark Serreze, Professor Ted Scambos and James Baker disclose. We do not delve into only one or two subjects, but a plethora of information about your climate.
The videos on this website are a brazen testamont to history. For historical and educational purposes, we include a few movies, and we most thank the army of men and women who brave it all and record history for us. In time, the picture becomes clearer. The book is not a whimsy spur of the moment thing.
The author has labored on it since 1996.
Robert Valentine's book Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets provides numerous data points about the climate, suitable for any age.
Supercell thunderstorms are not novel but are in the news now.
And, you thought Southern California had only earthquakes: May 22, 2008.
To the uninitiated Coast To Coast audience, certain names will be new. Therein lies a nest of facts, and within lies the unknown, the forgotten years, unless you lived them.
For example, the 1960s, were more than just rock and roll and Viet Nam. The early years witnessed the apparitions of Garabandal and the tension of the Cold War. May we suggest the movie by Academy Award winners Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks Bridge of Spies , a screen drama of security tension and spies that we strongly recommend. Check out some neet posters. Moreover, whoever makes a purchase of Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets will be privy to a special informative list of facts called KEYPOINTS of history that tells you many things about Fatima not known....AND the Cold War, like the rare Centalign-B machines for processing tiny ball bearings that went to the USSR, and STARFISH of 1962. So what is relevant? Do you remember the wicked freaky tornado outbreak in Europe, summer of 2012?
Granted we live in a busy world yet, what is really relevant?
To those who were in St. Louis when a horrific hailstorm hit on April 28, 2012, that was relevant! The power of God and nature is awesome. It is scary, but it can be fixable. But, at what price? The answer will not be simple, yet, before you lies a framework of items akin to a treasure of information, a goldmine. A goldmine of information where people prompt the question, "What happened?"
[It might be interesting to now but, if you have some new HD TV that can connect to the internet, why not try seeing this website on your set? Caution, non-quicktime videos work, but so far not the QT platforms...for that, you will need your computer. We have been able to do some tests on large-sized videos, including the Panasonic Viera Plasma TC-P55VT, and this website lends itself to the web. Everything comes out clear except the pdf's but everything else looks vivid, large and fine. Why not give it a try?]