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Ein Riss im Himmel

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  1. ARE YOU NOTICING PEOPLE GOING CRAZY AROUND YOU ,AND PHYSICAL EFFECTS IN YOUR OWN BODY AND MIND-HERE’S ONE OF THE REASONS

    … THE FREQUENCY (RESONANCE) OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD OF EARTH IS CHANGING. THIS IS INDEED UNUSUAL FOR MANY REASONS:

    1> THE STABLE FREQUENCY FOR MANY YEARS HAS BEEN 7.83 Hz
    2> NOW IT HAS JUMPED UP TO 16.5 Hz WITH JUMPS UP TO 30 Hz WHICH IS THE NOMINAL PRIMARY CLOCK FREQUENCY OF THE HUMAN BRAIN.
    I KNEW THAT THE RUSSIANS HAD LOGGED 8.5 Hz TO 16.5 Hz BUT ALL GLOBAL OBSERVERS WERE SHOCKED AT THE JUMP UP TO 30 Hz for the primary resonance of the Earth’s magnetic field on the various lines it follows. …

    https://www.stevequayle.com/index.php?s=33&d=2333

  2. Cosmic Universe

    … Video of strange pink cloud formation taken in the Caribbean Island of Trinidad and Tobago on 31/10/2019 at about 1pm …

  3. NATO will in russischen A2/AD-Zonen operieren – Zugang verweigert

    … Zugangsverweigerung / Gebietssperrung – so in etwa lässt sich das englische Begriffspaar A2/AD (Anti-Access / Area Denial) ins Deutsche übersetzen. Es umschreibt die Vorstellung, die man bei der NATO von den Teilen der Militärdoktrin Russlands hat, die einen massiven Einsatz von Flugabwehrsystemen und Systemen der elektronischen Kampfführung vorsehen, sowie von der Radarüberwachung des russischen Luftraums. …

    https://deutsch.rt.com/international/93907-zugang-verweigert-nato-will-in-russlands-a2ad-blase-operieren/

  4. The Really Big One

    … This problem is bidirectional. The Cascadia subduction zone remained hidden from us for so long because we could not see deep enough into the past. It poses a danger to us today because we have not thought deeply enough about the future. That is no longer a problem of information; we now understand very well what the Cascadia fault line will someday do. Nor is it a problem of imagination. If you are so inclined, you can watch an earthquake destroy much of the West Coast this summer in Brad Peyton’s “San Andreas,” while, in neighboring theatres, the world threatens to succumb to Armageddon by other means: viruses, robots, resource scarcity, zombies, aliens, plague. As those movies attest, we excel at imagining future scenarios, including awful ones. But such apocalyptic visions are a form of escapism, not a moral summons, and still less a plan of action. Where we stumble is in conjuring up grim futures in a way that helps to avert them.

    That problem is not specific to earthquakes, of course. The Cascadia situation, a calamity in its own right, is also a parable for this age of ecological reckoning, and the questions it raises are ones that we all now face. How should a society respond to a looming crisis of uncertain timing but of catastrophic proportions? How can it begin to right itself when its entire infrastructure and culture developed in a way that leaves it profoundly vulnerable to natural disaster? …

    https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/07/20/the-really-big-one

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