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   Strategies & Market TrendsTaking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment


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To: Doug R who wrote (4694)4/14/2021 8:37:19 AM
From: Magnatizer
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Many of the liars seem to have pitch black eyes. Interesting.

Thanks for the link to the sky news piece. The outsiders are quite entertaining in their delivery.

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To: Woody who wrote (4132)4/14/2021 12:50:46 PM
From: Doug R
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Did you see that?
"The Tampa Bay National Weather Service said its geostationary lightning mapper captured a bright meteor that surprised Florida residents on Tuesday night when it fell and burned off the coast."


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To: Doug R who wrote (4696)4/14/2021 12:55:16 PM
From: Woody
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Have now, thanks fer posting .. that would have been something to see live .. lol.

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From: Doug R4/14/2021 3:30:50 PM
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Meanwhile, among the brainwashed:

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From: Doug R4/16/2021 10:15:24 AM
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Is it Spring yet?





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Some signs of Spring - hail season starting.
Could be a bumper year for it.

At 4:47:
"This is crazy. It's comin' outta nowhere. This doesn't make any sense."



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To: Doug R who wrote (4699)4/16/2021 12:27:44 PM
From: Woody
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Weatherman Plus has a very nice satellite loop of the amounts of sulphur dioxide being emitted from volcanic activity at 9.20 minutes in.




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To: Woody who wrote (4700)4/16/2021 12:49:56 PM
From: Doug R
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I saw that. I think the CO2 contribution pretty much wipes out everybody's carbon credits for the rest of the century.
And the climate will still get cooler.
I suppose the other constantly flowing and/or blasting eruptions have nice SO2 plumes as well.
The air may start to get a might thick on this planet while the subterranean muon pressurization process stairsteps its way higher.

I mean really, how hard would it have been for tptb to just go with cosmic rays and cooling? But noooooo....they had to screw with everybody and say CO2 and warming.

Hmmmm is that rotten eggs I smell?






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To: Doug R who wrote (4701)4/16/2021 1:10:29 PM
From: Doug R
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To: Doug R who wrote (3779)4/19/2021 2:41:39 PM
From: Doug R
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"We're there". Between weakness in solar magnetic output and weakening magnetosphere, the cosmic ray situation has been increasingly geo-effective. That trend will continue. Physics happens.


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To: Doug R who wrote (4671)4/20/2021 5:26:17 PM
From: Doug R
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England’s Coldest April since 1922, Germany’s Chilliest since 1917

MAY 1:

GFS 2m Temp Anomalies for May 1 [ tropicaltidbits.com].

The next 14-or-so days look incredibly snowy, too (by April standards).

As it stands, substantial snow is even forecast for the UK in May, with record-accumulations on the cards for Scandinavia and central Europe in particular:


GFS Total Snowfall (cm) for April 28 through May 3 [ tropicaltidbits.com].

The northern hemisphere’s climatic REALITY this “spring” is clearly jarring with the mainstream narrative that extreme cold and snow are things of the past. Instead, the setup is falling in line with the Grand Solar Minimum predictions of an ever-prolonging winter, and the subsequent failure of harvests.

With that in mind, April cold is ravaging North America, too; there, reports are coming in warning that a colder second half of April will slow germination in the western and northern Corn Belt.

According to agriculture.com, widespread colder-than-normal temperatures will remain across much of the Central U.S. and may continue into the final days of April 2021. And while drier weather will help to accelerate planting in the Corn Belt, germination will slow as colder-than-normal conditions prevail. In fact, snow showers cannot be ruled out at times in the northern or High Plains, and maybe even into the central Corn Belt.

As forecast by weathertrends360.com, the Corn Belt is on for both its driest AND coldest close to April in many decades:



[ weathertrends360.com]

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