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   Strategies & Market TrendsTaking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment


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To: Woody who wrote (5063)9/16/2021 9:26:00 AM
From: Doug R
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Maybe...
The EQs have subsided a bit.
But it would seem that the magma's right under the surface now.


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From: Woody9/16/2021 2:31:06 PM
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Looks like food prices are on the rise ... lol.


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To: Woody who wrote (5065)9/16/2021 2:41:30 PM
From: Doug R
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Well, Trump is in Soros' to-go box for $300,000,000.00.
And other details starting at 3:00 to 4:05.
Then skip ahead through a short break for the dog.

Picks up again at 6:25.

36:20 brings Soros in.

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To: Woody who wrote (4954)9/16/2021 4:44:17 PM
From: Doug R
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Additionally to the former Pfizer scientist, 4954 Project Veritas has some whistle blowing in store for Monday.

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To: Doug R who wrote (5064)9/18/2021 1:38:22 PM
From: Doug R
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Activity at La Palma is picking back up.
Particular asteroid alignments closing in for 9/23 have the potential to bring about a larger EQ and/or an eruption.
We'll find out if the last round of heightened unrest there "loosened" anything.

La Palma Island (Canary Islands): earthquake swarm picks up again, deformation reaches 10 cm uplift Sat, 18 Sep 2021, 16:06

A total of 10 seismic swarms have been detected at La Palma since 2017; one in 2017, one in 2018, five in 2020, and three in 2021. The earthquakes in the previous swarms were deeper, between 20 and 30 km, and were less intense than the current swarm.
volcano.si.edu




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To: Doug R who wrote (5051)9/18/2021 9:08:52 PM
From: Doug R
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Some perspective from James Corbett.

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To: Doug R who wrote (5068)9/19/2021 10:02:52 AM
From: Doug R
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La Palma volcano update: Intense seismic activity, uplift reaches 15 cm Sun, 19 Sep 2021, 13:03


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To: Doug R who wrote (5070)9/19/2021 12:13:26 PM
From: Doug R
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La Palma volcano
shield volcano 2426 m
Canary Islands (Spain), 28.58°N / -17.84°W
Current status: erupting (4 out of 5)

Last update: 19 Sep 2021 (Volcanic Ash Advisory)
https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/la-palma/news/141849/La-Palma-Volcano-Volcanic-Ash-Advisory-ERUPTION-AT-202109191410Z-LAVA-FOUNTAINS-ONGOING-to-5000-ft-1.html


La Palma Volcano Volcanic Ash Advisory: ERUPTION AT 20210919/1410Z LAVA FOUNTAINS ONGOING. to 5000 ft (1500 m)

Sun, 19 Sep 2021, 15:30
15:30 PM | BY: VN
Explosive activity continues. Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) Toulouse warned about a volcanic ash plume that rose up to estimated 5000 ft (1500 m) altitude or flight level 050 and is moving at 15 kts in SW direction.


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To: Doug R who wrote (5069)9/19/2021 5:28:32 PM
From: 3bar
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Doug any idea how many flares develop out of 1 sun spot in its 5 days crossing earths path ?

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To: 3bar who wrote (5072)9/20/2021 3:00:47 AM
From: Doug R
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Currently, starting at B range and up, an "average" sunspot group will produce 40 to 50 flares during that time.
B range is relatively insignificant but they are flares. Rarely producing CMEs while providing some elevation of xray flux.
Out of those 40 to 50, there's likely to be 4 or 5 that go beyond B and into the C range.
Upper M, at this point, should provide some very helpful information. We're not there yet in the climb up cycle 25.

As the cycle progresses there will be more...and larger sunspots.
The potential is not negligible for the rise to more "magnetic complexity" associated with the climb to cycle 25 maximum that one of this cycle's sunspots might produce a flare large enough to produce terrestrial effects rivalling those of the Carrington Event. A large X class...Earth directed.
The flare needn't even be as large as Carrington at this point considering the difference in magnetosphere strength between then and now.

It's difficult to gauge the probability and timing based on the publicly available scientific data but if coupled with the actions of TPTB, there seems to be some sense of imminence on an intermediate term (not really short term but definitely not long term) time frame.

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