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Unfortunately, there is no information on Twitter who posted it. It looks like an avalanche from the mountains or the front of the glacial shelf. Time according to Twitter on March 24thLucius, can you please provide some information where and when this kind of avalanche went down so that we can assess whether there is a connection to the possible coming ice age?
Avalanche on the Road in Dagestan Statement Lost Contact with 9 Villages
As a result of an avalanche on a highway on the outskirts of Tsakhur village in Russia's Dagestan, communication with 9 villages where approximately 4 thousand people live was lost.
An avalanche fell on a highway on the outskirts of Tsakhur village in the Rutul region of Dagestan, one of the Caucasian countries of Russia. Due to the avalanche, contact was lost with 9 villages where approximately 4 thousand people live in the region where the Azeri population is densely populated. A large number of rescue vehicles were sent to the region by the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia. Official sources announced that the work continues to open the road, which was closed due to the effect of the avalanche, and that after the road is cleared, the vital needs will be delivered to the villages first.
The Ministry of Transport of Russia, on the other hand, stated that the road cleaning works are expected to be completed by 18.00 tomorrow evening, and announced that the teams continue to work intensively to provide transportation to the villages. It was learned that there were no deaths or injuries due to the avalanche.
"The magnetic shield is now so weak that it can be perturbed in such an extreme way by such a minor event," adds Mauriello.
"Based on what just occurred, very bad things are going to happen on this planet.
"Any large flare that heads our way is a grid down scenario," concludes Mauriello.
As I've been warning for years now, the sun's ramp-up into Solar Cycle 25 occurring in line with Earth's drastically reducing magnetic field is the biggest threat we humans have faced in hundreds -potentially thousands- of years, particularly given how completely and utterly technologically-dependent the vast majority of this planets' 8 billion inhabitants are.
When that earth-facing X-flare hits -which is a matter of 'when' and not 'if'- there will be no more internet, no more 'how-tos' on YouTube, no more just in time deliveries, no more food, no more law and order; just chaos — and we'll be on our own to survive.
This scenario has more than a 50 percent chance of playing out by the solar maximum of SC25 (currently expected in the year 2024), with localized grid failures all but guaranteed by then.
Gulf Stream threatens to shut down, with icy consequences
The Gulf Stream is threatening to come to a halt. With possible far-reaching consequences, also for the Netherlands that owes its moderate climate to the Gulf Stream.
Willem Schoonen - August 5, 2021, 17:00
In the Atlantic Ocean, relatively warm surface water migrates from the equator to the North Pole, where it cools and sinks (because cold water is heavier) to travel across the bottom back to the equator. This circulation is called the Atlantic Ocean Current. And it passes by our European coasts in the guise of the Gulf Stream, a continuous flow of relatively warm water from south to north.
Circulation at a low ebb
The oceanic circulation seems timeless, but it certainly is not. There have been periods in the distant past when this circulation went to a low ebb. And that seems to be happening again now. In the past this was due to natural fluctuations, but now it is about to happen due to the actions of man which are triggering changes in the climate that are bringing the ocean circulation to a critical point.
The greenhouse effect is making the water in the oceans warmer. That already does not help the circulation. But on top of that, the melting of glaciers and sea ice around the Arctic is bringing more freshwater into the Atlantic. And increasing precipitation due to climate change is adding to the supply of freshwater from land. More freshwater slows the engine of the Gulf Stream.
It was known that the Atlantic Ocean current is weakening. But now it is becoming clear that it could topple in a short time. This is evident from new calculations published by German climatologist Niklas Boers in the journal Nature Climate Change. The calculations are based on a theory previously developed by, among others, the Wageningen Professor Marten Scheffer. It is the theory of tipping points, which can be found in all fields, from ecology and economy to climate.
The dormant form was there during the ice ages
In terms of climate, the Atlantic ocean current is one of the tipping points. From research on the history of Earth's climate, it is known that this ocean current has two stable forms: an active and a dormant one. The dormant form was there during the ice ages. The active form is there now. Because both states are stable, the ocean current can change from one type to the other in a relatively short period of time - a few centuries. Due to climate change, we are already approaching that tipping point, says Boers, and faster than climate models predict.
If and when that tipping point will be passed, the climatologist cannot say, but the instability that heralds a change is already a fact. The shutdown of ocean currents will affect weather patterns around the world: in Europe, it will mainly usher in a new cold.
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New research (August 5, 2021) about AMOC (Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation) has been published here (behind paywall).
Source (Dutch only): https://www.trouw.nl/wetenschap/golfstroom-dreigt-stil-te-vallen-met-ijskoude-gevolgen~bed74256/
I'm sorry for the blatant propaganda about human triggered climate change - but that's mainstream reporting in a nutshell.
I agree that we can use those types of 'harmless' and officially sanctioned mainstream news tidbits for our own purposes but that's not what the mainstream news outlets themselves are pursuing, I think.In recent conversations amongst my neighbours and local network about the coming cold, I've found that the AMOC discussion like your above post is very useful - because it fits into the AGW model. It can allow one to talk about preparing for the impending Ice Age without having to blow someone's mind with all the implications of plasma cosmology.
-Solar activity is intensifying faster than anticipated...
-July was a remarkable month for solar activity...
-In July appeared 6 sunspots on the solar disc, the last time these many sunspots were seen at one time was in September 2017...
-The month of July also saw two radial blackouts that occurred across the globe..
-On July 25th a hole opened on the sun’s outer layer allowing solar wings to escape traveling towards our planet at 895000 miles per hour. The solar winds made a glancing blow to the earth’s magnetosphere causing minor cracks in our protecting field...
-On July 28th a magnetic filament on the sun’s upper hemisphere erupted, the resulting cme travelled our way barely missing the earth...