Monday, February 28, 2011

The Bilderberg Group Exposed!







New Protest Attempts Squashed. Libyan Food Prices Skyrocket!

Libya quashes protest in Tripoli; West to aid east

Published: Monday, Feb. 28, 2011 8:45 a.m. MST
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TRIPOLI, Libya — The West moved to send its first concrete aid to Libya's rebellion in the east of the country, hoping to give it the momentum to oust Moammar Gadhafi. But the Libyan leader's regime clamped down in its stronghold in the capital, quashing an attempt Monday to hold new protests as residents reported skyrocketing food prices from the crisis.
The two sides in Libya's crisis appeared entrenched in their positions, and the direction the uprising takes next could depend on which can hold out longest. Gadhafi's opponents, including mutinous army units, hold nearly the entire eastern half of the country, much of the oil infrastructure and some cities in the West. Gadhafi is dug in in Tripoli and nearby cities, backed by security forces and militiamen who are generally better armed than the military.
In the two opposition-held cities closest to Tripoli — Zawiya and Misrata — rebel forces were locked into standoffs with Gadhafi loyalists.
In Zawiya, some 30 miles (50 kilometers) west of Tripoli, residents said they were anticipating a possible attack by pro-regime troops to try to retake the city. "Our people are waiting for them to come and, God willing, we will defeat them," said on resident who only wanted to be quoted by his first name, Alaa.
In Misrata, Libya's third largest city 125 miles (200 kilometers) east of Tripoli, skirmishes took place overnight between rebel forces controlling the city and troops loyal to Gadhafi, according to residents. Each side controls part of a sprawling air base on the outskirts of the city, and neither was able to make any gains in the latest sporadic fighting, they said.
Gadhafi opponents have moved to consolidate their hold in the east, centered on Benghazi — Libya's second largest city, where the uprising began. Politicians there on Sunday set up their first leadership council to manage day-to-day affairs, taking a step toward forming what could be an alternative to Gadhafi's regime.

Read more here...http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700114018/Libya-quashes-protest-in-Tripoli-West-to-aid-east.html?s_cid=rss-32

Stop Funding Qaddafi's Family With US Taxpayer Money!!!! IT'S CRIMINAL!!!

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Sinkholes and Disappearing Houses

Puno: Large crack opens in the earth in southern Peru


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The mysterious crack measures 100 meters wide and three kilometers long. (Photo: El Comercio)

The sudden appearance early in the morning of an enormous crack, measuring 100 meters wide and three kilometers long, caused confusion among residents of the Huacullani district in the Chucuito province, department of Puno. 

The exact cause of the crack in the earth still unknown. Peru’s geophysical institute ruled out the occurrence of an earthquake in the region, but what is clear is that the ground opened up and large blocks of earth can be observed scattered throughout the area.

The event, recorded Wednesday morning, caused the collapse of one house located in the rural community of Llorohoco. Four people managed to escape, but the youngest in the family, five-year-old Jean Carlos Vilcanqui Acero, is missing.

Geological engineers from the regional committee for civil defense have arrived in the area to investigate the phenomenon and determine its causes, said Javier Pampamallco, Puno’s civil defense chief.


http://www.livinginperu.com/news/14238







Sink hole 20-feet deep forces closure of part of Long Hill Avenue in Shelton

Updated 07:24 a.m., Thursday, February 24, 2011
  • A sink hole on Long Hill Avenue that does not look like much more than a small pot hole is actually 20 feet, according to Shelton police. The road was closed between Center Street and Hill Street Extension on Feb. 24, 2011


Read more: http://www.ctpost.com/news/article/Sink-hole-20-feet-deep-forces-closure-of-part-of-1028307.php#ixzz1F6aiH1m5




Humongous sinkhole opens up in Germany

A giant sinkhole opened up in a residential area of the town of Schmalkalden, Germany, Monday, causing no injuries but forcing the evacuation of 25 people.

Firemen secure the perimeter of a sinkhole that has left a huge crater in the middle of a residential area in Schmalkalden, Germany, Monday.
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By Eoin O'Carroll, CSMonitor.com / November 1, 2010
A huge sinkhole appeared overnight in the central German town of Schmalkalden Monday, swallowing a parked car and a garage door but causing no injuries.
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The circular hole, which is about 98 feet across and 65 feet deep, appeared at around 3a.m. in a residential area, reports Der Spiegel, forcing the evacuation of 25 people. Experts are pointing to natural causes for the hole, but they have yet to determine the exact cause.
Sinkholes are often caused by the underground erosion of salt beds or soluble sedimentary rocks, such as limestone or dolomite. Groundwater flows through these rocks, creating subterranean caverns that can suddenly collapse.
In the past year, large sinkholes have appeared in Guatemala CityTampa, Fla.Quebec, andMilwaukee, Wisc.
Officials from Schmalkalden, a town of 20,000 that was formerly part of East Germany say that they plan to fill the hole with gravel.
http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/2010/1101/Humongous-sinkhole-opens-up-in-Germany

Giant crack in Africa formed in just days

A crack in the Earth's crust – which could be the forerunner to a new ocean – ripped open in just days in 2005, a new study suggests. The opening, located in the Afar region of Ethiopia, presents a unique opportunity for geologists to study how mid-ocean ridges form.
The crack is the surface component of a continental riftMovie Camera forming as the Arabian and African plates drift away from one another. It began to open up in September 2005, when a volcano at the northern end of the rift, called Dabbahu, erupted.
The magma inside the volcano did not reach the surface and erupt as a fountain of lava – instead, it was diverted into the continental rift underground. The magma cooled into a wedge-shaped "dike" that was then uplifted, rupturing the surface and creating a 500-metre-long, 60-metre-deep crack.
Using sensor data collected by universities in the region, researchers led by Atalay Ayele of Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia reconstructed the sequence of seismic events that led to the crack's formation. They found that a 60-kilometre-long, 8-metre-wide dike of solidified magma formed in the rift, causing the crack, in a matter of days.
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn18114-giant-crack-in-africa-formed-in-just-days.html
There will be more posts on this subject!!!!!   There are a ton of cracks and sinkholes that have occurred in 2010-2011.




Nuclear War Could Stop Global Warming? And Global Warming Was A Plan Hatched In The 60's?

Could A Small Nuclear War Reverse Global Warming?

Nuclear Bomb Global Warming
The Huffington Post  Dean Praetorius  First Posted: 02/26/11 12:25 PM Updated: 02/26/11 01:04 PM
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Nuclear war is a bad thing.
Right?
Scientists from NASA and a number of other institutions have recently been modeling the effects of a war involving a hundred Hiroshima-level bombs, or 0.03 percent of the world's current nuclear arsenal, according to National Geographic. The research suggests five million metric tons of black carbon would be swept up into the lowest portion of the atmosphere.
The result, according to NASA climate models, could actually be global cooling.
In NASA climate models, this carbon then absorbed solar heat and, like a hot-air balloon, quickly lofted even higher, where the soot would take much longer to clear from the sky.
While the global cooling caused by superpower-on-superpower war could be catastrophic (hence the term "nuclear winter") a small scale war could have an impact on the world climate, saysNational Geographic. Models suggest that though the world is currently in a warming trend, small-scale war could lower global temperatures 2.25 degrees F for two-to-three years following war.
In more tropical areas temperatures could fall 5.4 to 7.2 degrees F.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/02/26/nuclear-war-global-warming_n_828496.html