Extreme Weather: Planet X Incoming, Birth Pangs May 2016
SOTT ‘Earth Changes’ video summary for May 2016: extreme weather events, environmental indicators of ‘planetary upheaval’ (seismic, volcanic, etc) and Near-Earth Objects in the form of meteor fireballs.
More and more people are starting to notice that something unusual is going on with the weather (and the planet as a whole). While vaguely acknowledging that all these extreme weather events occurring simultaneously points to their being somehow connected, mainstream media reporting about this, however, remains mired in complete absurdity. CNN, for example, recently reported that “[2016 was] the second year in a row Texas has been hit by one-in-500-year floods.”
Last month, more volcanoes erupted during one week than would typically erupt during an entire year in the 20th century. Hailstones the size of tennis balls fell across southeast Asia, while the Indian subcontinent roasted in a record-breaking heatwave for the second year running. Europe experienced record-late snowfall in many places, followed by tornado outbreaks, devastating flash-floods and hailstorms that required snowploughs to clear streets. Wildfires raged across vast expanses of sub-Arctic regions, notably in central Canada, where the population of an entire city was forced to flee.
Month after month, the rain falls harder, the winds blow stronger, and the meteors come closer. Devastated homes can’t be rebuilt fast enough before the next waves of natural disasters hit. The leaders of the free world, while waging more wars, plundering ever more resources, and causing ever more death and suffering, are telling us we’ve never had it so good.
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