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NASA Gets Caught Faking Climate Change Data Again

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One of the big threats from the global warming moonbat types is that a rise in temperature will melt the polar ice caps causing the oceans to rise, with the cataclysmic result of skyscrapers being under water. Let’s face it, if you think that the commute into Manhattan is bad now… just wait. There is only one problem with this scenario, Mother Nature isn’t being cooperative. You see it is... 

Japanese Government Pays 60 Trillion Yen to Stop More H.A.A.R.P. Attacks

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The cowardly Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan handed 60 trillion yen HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Reasearch Program) over to the Federal Reserve Board crime syndicate immediately after his country was attacked with HAARP and nuclear terror, according to Japanese security police sources. The extortion money was paid off following threats to use HAARP to cause Mt. Fuji to erupt. For those of... 

Powerful storms kill 116 in central US

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A neighborhood struck by the tornado in Joplin, Missouri. A tornado steamrolled over Joplin, Mo., on Sunday night, knocking out a hospital and killing dozens of people across the city, according to various reports. Joplin, which was in the direct path of the tornado, was left isolated and in the dark after the destruction, with telephone connections largely cut off and many homes without electricity... 

Iceland volcano: Grimsvotn eruption hits flights

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Iceland has closed its main international airport and cancelled domestic flights after its most active volcano, Grimsvotn, began erupting. A plume of smoke has risen 20km (12 miles) into the sky from the volcano. But Iceland’s Meteorological Office says the eruption should not cause widespread disruption to air traffic. Last year, ash clouds from another Icelandic volcano, Eyjafjallajokul, led... 

Louisiana residents evacuate as spillway fills lowlands

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Unleashed by its U.S. Army minders, the Mississippi River poured across Louisiana lowlands Monday on its way to inundate thousands of homes and businesses as the Corps of Engineers fights to spare Baton Rouge and New Orleans. “Hope you appreciate this Baton Rouge. You’re welcome,” read one sign posted outside a home in the path of the floodwater. The water was rising early Monday... 

Italy: Romans take day off in anticipation of earthquake

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Thousands of Romans are expected to take the day off of work on Wednesday to leave the city in hopes of saving themselves from an earthquake that was forecast decades ago to devastate the Italian capital on 11 May 2011. The late scientist Raffaele Bendandi made the prediction decades ago. He would predict quakes by monitoring the movement of the sun, starts and planets. Local media reports about his... 

Rip In Space-Time Vortex Over Russian City Shocks Scientists

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Russian scientists are reported in shock today after reviewing the report prepared by the Federal Space Agency (FKA/RKA) that says the “fabric” of our Earth’s “space-time vortex” was “ripped apart” [photo top] this past week over Yekaterinburg (also known as Ekaterinburg) , the biggest city in Russia’s Ural Mountains, and the fourth largest in all the Motherland. The existence... 

Tropical storm rages in the Philippines, leaves 15 dead

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Typhoon Aere killed 15 people as it pounded eastern provinces of the Philippines and brought flooding to the capital, leaving thousands stranded in ports. The storm, with maximum winds of 85 kilometers per hour (53 miles an hour), made landfall in Catanduanes yesterday and was forecast to move to the northern portion of Luzon island in the next two days, according to the 5 p.m. bulletin of the Philippine... 

Gov. Rick Perry sees Texas wildfires as statewide emergency. FEMA doesn't?

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In a strongly worded letter to President Obama on April 16, Texas Gov. Rick Perry asked for a federal emergency declaration that would release more US resources – and cash – to fight what may be the worst wildfire season in Lone Star State history. “I have determined that this incident is of such severity and magnitude that effective response is beyond the capabilities of the state,”... 

US storms kill 313 across 9 states

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Severe tornadoes in the US have left at least 313 people dead across several central and southern states. A massive spring storm system tearing through central and southern United States, has left over 300 people dead across nine states, emergency officials say. At least 204 people died in the State of Alabama alone, many in Tuscaloosa, a city of over 83,000 where a massive tornado devastated the city,... 

Arkansas storms and floods kill 5

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It seems like our planet has gone mad or like someone is messing with our planet’s nature. The last few years were full of storms, floods, hurricanes, tsunamis, cyclones, tornadoes, ocean vortexes, earthquakes and other anomalies like never before. This time the US state Arkansas is under siege by massive storms which caused deadly floods. CBS News reports that 5 people have already died and... 

Nick Griffin Leaves Climate Change Eurocrats Speechless

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Nick Griffin MEP left climate change Eurocrats lost for words this week after a stinging attack on the global warming hoax during a speech in Brussels. Speaking at a debate of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, of which he is a member, Mr Griffin called EU biofuel policy a disaster, anthropogenic global warming “non-existent” and wind farms “Mickey Mouse technology”. His... 

Yellowstone Supervolcano Bigger Than Thought

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The volcanic plume of partly molten rock that feeds the Yellowstone supervolcano. Yellow and red indicate higher conductivity, green and blue indicate lower conductivity. Made by University of Utah geophysicists and computer scientists, this is the first large-scale 'geoelectric' image of the Yellowstone hotspot. The gigantic underground plume of partly molten rock that feeds the Yellowstone... 

Deadly HAARP Attack Caught On Screen!

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The above screen capture was done on April, 15th 2011 - 20:02 UTC (4:02PM EDT). Death toll at 22; 130 injured in NC storms. These two shocking screen captures were provided by this website directly to to us. Twenty-two people were killed and more than 130 injured by tornadoes and severe storms that struck at least 20 counties in North Carolina Saturday, state officials said Sunday. Source The full... 

Japan quake caused unusually severe soil collapse

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Is Japan sinking? (Creepy Video) The soil sank nearly 3 feet at this water purification plant that serves 19,000 people, breaking pipes and flooding underground structures. Long-lasting quake may have caused more widespread damage than previously thought. The scale of Japan’s March 11 earthquake and tsunami wasn’t the only thing that surprised geologists. The 9.0 earthquake in Japan —... 
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