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   Strategies & Market TrendsTaking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment


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To: Doug R who wrote (4949)7/26/2021 1:56:52 PM
From: Doug R
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Sure, London, again, why not.
Subways are becoming rather obviously susceptible.
Hospitals going down in urban areas is a big hint about population density.



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To: 3bar who wrote (4948)7/26/2021 2:35:52 PM
From: Doug R
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Okay...a reference video for ya...

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To: Doug R who wrote (4720)7/28/2021 1:52:03 PM
From: Doug R
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SPC has issued a MODERATE RISK (4/5) for the growing confidence of a dangerous DERECHO!

This afternoon and evening, a corridor from northeastern Minnesota across Wisconsin to the southern Lake Michigan region is under the threat of very large hail, severe wind (locally exceeding hurricane force) and a few tornadoes.

Storms will start as supercells with a tornado and very large hail threat across Eastern Minnesota then quickly grow upscale into a dangerous squall line capable of producing 70-80MPH+ straight-line winds with embedded tornadoes.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Those at this year’s EAA – The Spirit of Aviation AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin need to be on alert of the impending weather later today!



livestormchasers.com

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To: Woody who wrote (4901)7/28/2021 3:53:03 PM
From: Doug R
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The contents in the syringe is affecting the lab rats.

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To: Doug R who wrote (4953)7/28/2021 4:23:30 PM
From: Woody
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Here's a plea from a retired scientist who worked for Pfizer for like 30 years. It's the first of any, in my experience to explain what the experimental biologic does to your immune system. If it were a true vaccine they would not show you a disclaimer and have you sign it or ask if you were ok with it.

"A final warning to Humanity from former Pfizer chief scientist Michael Yeadon".

It's on Bitchute .. fwiw .. bitchute.com

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From: Doug R7/28/2021 6:00:24 PM
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It's been suggested to pay attention to animal behavior on the planet as magnetosphere strength declines.
Well, it appears that the humans are succumbing.



The insanity is out of control.
This interviewer is a sadist or something.
The answers she's obviously seeking for some of her questions are really creepy.
And then I had to go back three times after hearing it the first time just to make sure that's what she said before going on, "Should we bring back chain gangs?"


And Greta provides yet another solid reason to NOT get the syringe full of experimental (at best) ingredients.


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From: worldcup19987/29/2021 10:43:47 AM
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If you've seen MW before, just skip to the 14th minute:


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To: Doug R who wrote (4022)7/29/2021 11:55:17 AM
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The USGS had it as a 7.3 when it hit last night so I went to sleep just as Lookner, doing his thing with the storm in Minnesota, was saying it was an 8 at the very end of his stream


Now it's an 8.3 and aftershocks.


Lookner is an odd character.

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To: Doug R who wrote (4828)7/29/2021 4:39:03 PM
From: Doug R
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Regional atmospheric circulation shifts induced by a grand solar minimum

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"Here we analyse annually laminated sediments of Lake Meerfelder Maar, Germany, to derive variations in wind strength and the rate of 10Be accumulation, a proxy for solar activity, from 3,300 to 2,000 years before present. We find a sharp increase in windiness and cosmogenic 10Be deposition 2,759 +/- 39 varve years before present and a reduction in both entities 199 +/- 9 annual layers later. We infer that the atmospheric circulation reacted abruptly and in phase with the solar minimum. A shift in atmospheric circulation in response to changes in solar activity is broadly consistent with atmospheric circulation patterns in long-term climate model simulations, and in reanalysis data that assimilate observations from recent solar minima into a climate model. We conclude that changes in atmospheric circulation amplified the solar signal and caused abrupt climate change about 2,800 years ago, coincident with a grand solar minimum."


One major difference - a stronger magnetosphere back then.


The winds will get stronger.

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To: Doug R who wrote (4907)7/29/2021 5:54:13 PM
From: Doug R
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Some perspective on the floods in China from a former, open eyed, returned resident from the West.


Modus Operandi

The "flood" casualties that are being ignored, and turned into a "laudable effort" here, are to do with the damage caused by the insistence to the sheeple of the mandates on masks and lockdowns and social distancing and vaccines, which are wreaking a real toll on Western society.

The flood of authoritarianism imposed by the insane.
They say it's the virus doing it... And somehow they think that computes, as they force it to comport with how they want everyone to move into the artificial, anathemic path of the agenda.

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