May 30, 2011 – EARTH, Ground Zero – So far in 2011, we have seen a record number of tornadoes, unprecedented flooding, rampant earthquakes, disturbing volcanic eruptions and a tsunami in Japan that none of us will ever forget. So why are there so many natural disasters in 2011? Our top scientists seem to be at a complete loss to explain what is happening. It just seems like there is one disaster or emergency after another. Many Americans are getting “disaster fatigue” as the requests to donate money to various relief efforts never seem to end. There has never been a time in recent history when we have seen so many natural disasters compressed into such a short period of time. So exactly what is going on here? Is something causing all of this or is this all one big coincidence? Right now, a major tornado outbreak is almost a nightly occurrence in the United States. In April, there were approximately 600 tornadoes across the country. That is the most tornadoes that have ever been recorded in a single month inside the United States. Usually, we only have about 1,200 tornadoes for the entire year. The massive tornado outbreak in the southeast U.S. at the end of April is being called the worst natural disaster since Hurricane Katrina. One F5 tornado that ripped through the Tuscaloosa, Alabama area was reportedly a mile wide and scientists are estimating that it had winds that exceeded 260 miles an hour. Tuscaloosa looks like a war zone right now. The tornado that ripped through Joplin, Missouri recently is being called the deadliest single tornado in more than 60 years. It ripped a path of destruction more than a mile wide and more than 6 miles long directly through the city. One British newspaper has some amazing before and after pictures of Joplin that you can view right here. But it is not just tornadoes that are increasing in frequency and power. Major earthquakes are happening more regularly all over the globe and the earthquake that struck off the coast of Japan in March was one of the largest ever recorded. That earthquake spawned the worst tsunami that any of us have ever seen. –End of the American Dream
“Earth’s stability is collapsing…and one by one, the biospheric processes regulating life itself are going awry. These are characteristics of climate shock and are indications that even more ominous changes are yet to unfold. The fact that Earth’s systems are now all crashing in concert (climate, biodiversity and ecosystems, atmosphere, aquifers, and geological processes) is evidence geological change is accelerating on a planetary scale…The frequency of natural disasters and cataclysms will intensify without respite as the planet succumbs more and more to this chaotic model… We are in the midst of a unique and unprecedented planetary crisis…these changes will have profound consequences for every living organism on the planet. There is nothing in the annals of human history to which men of science can search for to reference what is now unfolding on Earth. In short; the creation is disintegrating…” The Extinction Protocol, pp 9-10, 544, 588
Earth’s climatic systems all now unraveling – Signs of the End?
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