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THORnews is for Winners, baby. + a Surprise!
 
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THORnews is for Winners, baby. song by JJ & DOOMROOM now available for purchase https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/doomroom God bless everyone, Stay Cool. T ttps://www.paypal.me/THORnews THORNEWS PO BOX 35946 HOUSTON TEXAS https://www.patreon.com/thornews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/THORnewsthornews
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Giant HAIL & Big TORNADO 3 Day Storm Event Begins in Texas Tomorrow & heads East
 
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The Hail could be scary sized tomorrow. Stay indoors DFW. God bless everyone, T https://www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison https://www.paypal.me/thornews send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Tx 77096 latest crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e041619.htm videos https://weather.com/storms/severe/news/2019-04-12-severe-threat-tornado-wind-hail-mid-april Three-Day Threat of Severe Thunderstorms, Including Tornadoes, in the Plains, South, Midwest and East Begins Wednesday Yet another multi-day severe weather threat looms this week. It begins in the Plains and parts of the Midwest Wednesday. Severe thunderstorms will then spread to the Ohio Valley and Deep South Thursday. By Friday, the severe threat should reach the East. Damaging winds, hail, tornadoes and flooding rain are all threats. This could include areas hit by severe weather this past weekend. Following a severe weather outbreak this past weekend, another multi-day siege of severe thunderstorms and heavy rain is expected to begin Wednesday in the Plains before spreading into parts of the South, Midwest and East. Another rather vigorous southward plunge of the jet stream will pivot out of the Desert Southwest into the Plains Wednesday, then lumber through the rest of the South and East through the end of the week. In response to that active jet stream, a low-pressure system will develop in the Plains, importing increasingly warm and humid air from the Gulf of Mexico ahead of it. As a result, we expect numerous thunderstorms to develop in the Plains, Midwest and South starting Wednesday, spreading eastward Thursday and Friday. While key details such as exact timing and the magnitude of the event remain uncertain at this time, damaging thunderstorm winds, hail, tornadoes and some flooding rainfall are all threats. Here's a look at the day-by-day overview of what we know right now. Wednesday After a brief lull, severe thunderstorms are expected to flare up once again Wednesday afternoon, particularly in portions of Oklahoma, Texas and western Arkansas. Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes are all threats there, although large hail appears to be the main threat. Other severe thunderstorms are possible Wednesday from parts of Kansas to the Midwest, with large hail being the primary threat, although damaging winds and locally flooding rain are also possible. Severe thunderstorms may sweep into the mid-Mississippi Valley southward into Louisiana and southeastern Texas Wednesday night. Heavy rainfall may also result in flash flooding. Thursday Thunderstorms will be ongoing early Thursday and will continue into Thursday night. Severe thunderstorms are most probable Thursday in the Deep South from the lower Mississippi Valley to parts of the Florida Panhandle, Alabama and Middle Tennessee. At least a few severe storms are possible farther north into parts of the Ohio Valley. This activity may be in the form of a long line of thunderstorms with damaging winds, hail and perhaps some tornadoes. Parts of Louisiana and Mississippi appear to have the greatest chance for tornadoes Thursday, particularly if any supercells develop ahead of the main line of thunderstorms. This line of storms may sweep eastward Thursday night into the Ohio Valley, southern Appalachians and Tennessee Valley. Locally heavy rain may trigger flash flooding in some areas. Friday Thunderstorms should be quite numerous Friday up and down the East Coast from Florida to the Northeast. The magnitude of the severe threat remains uncertain. Strong thunderstorm winds, hail and flooding rain are on the table Friday as this line of storms lumbers eastward. Some areas may pick up as much as 3 inches of rainfall from parts of Texas to the Mississippi and Tennessee valleys. Heavy rainfall on already-saturated ground may lead to flash flooding in some locations. This system will also bring soaking rain to the upper Midwest, where snowpack remains in place. The melting of that snow, in combination with the rain, could aggravate ongoing river flooding. April is generally the first month in what is typically the peak of severe weather activity in the United States, which runs from April through June.
Views: 4826 thornews
Our BIG multi-day STORM is about to get NASTY.
 
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God bless everyone, T https://www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison https://www.paypal.me/thornews send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Tx 77096 latest crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e041619.htm videos https://weather.com/storms/severe/news/2019-04-12-severe-threat-tornado-wind-hail-mid-april Three-Day Threat of Severe Thunderstorms, Including Tornadoes, in the Plains, South, Midwest and East Begins Wednesday Yet another multi-day severe weather threat looms this week. It begins in the Plains and parts of the Midwest Wednesday. Severe thunderstorms will then spread to the Ohio Valley and Deep South Thursday. By Friday, the severe threat should reach the East. Damaging winds, hail, tornadoes and flooding rain are all threats. This could include areas hit by severe weather this past weekend. Following a severe weather outbreak this past weekend, another multi-day siege of severe thunderstorms and heavy rain is expected to begin Wednesday in the Plains before spreading into parts of the South, Midwest and East. Another rather vigorous southward plunge of the jet stream will pivot out of the Desert Southwest into the Plains Wednesday, then lumber through the rest of the South and East through the end of the week. In response to that active jet stream, a low-pressure system will develop in the Plains, importing increasingly warm and humid air from the Gulf of Mexico ahead of it. As a result, we expect numerous thunderstorms to develop in the Plains, Midwest and South starting Wednesday, spreading eastward Thursday and Friday. While key details such as exact timing and the magnitude of the event remain uncertain at this time, damaging thunderstorm winds, hail, tornadoes and some flooding rainfall are all threats. Here's a look at the day-by-day overview of what we know right now. Wednesday After a brief lull, severe thunderstorms are expected to flare up once again Wednesday afternoon, particularly in portions of Oklahoma, Texas and western Arkansas. Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes are all threats there, although large hail appears to be the main threat. Other severe thunderstorms are possible Wednesday from parts of Kansas to the Midwest, with large hail being the primary threat, although damaging winds and locally flooding rain are also possible. Severe thunderstorms may sweep into the mid-Mississippi Valley southward into Louisiana and southeastern Texas Wednesday night. Heavy rainfall may also result in flash flooding. Thursday Thunderstorms will be ongoing early Thursday and will continue into Thursday night. Severe thunderstorms are most probable Thursday in the Deep South from the lower Mississippi Valley to parts of the Florida Panhandle, Alabama and Middle Tennessee. At least a few severe storms are possible farther north into parts of the Ohio Valley. This activity may be in the form of a long line of thunderstorms with damaging winds, hail and perhaps some tornadoes. Parts of Louisiana and Mississippi appear to have the greatest chance for tornadoes Thursday, particularly if any supercells develop ahead of the main line of thunderstorms. This line of storms may sweep eastward Thursday night into the Ohio Valley, southern Appalachians and Tennessee Valley. Locally heavy rain may trigger flash flooding in some areas. Friday Thunderstorms should be quite numerous Friday up and down the East Coast from Florida to the Northeast. The magnitude of the severe threat remains uncertain. Strong thunderstorm winds, hail and flooding rain are on the table Friday as this line of storms lumbers eastward. Some areas may pick up as much as 3 inches of rainfall from parts of Texas to the Mississippi and Tennessee valleys. Heavy rainfall on already-saturated ground may lead to flash flooding in some locations. This system will also bring soaking rain to the upper Midwest, where snowpack remains in place. The melting of that snow, in combination with the rain, could aggravate ongoing river flooding. April is generally the first month in what is typically the peak of severe weather activity in the United States, which runs from April through June.
Views: 3607 thornews
Is Comet ISON Dead or Alive? Debris Danger!?!
 
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www.youtube.com/thornews Is Comet ISON dead? Is Comet ISON alive? Is there debris danger? We take a look at this ever changing ever surprising epic adventure story. 48 hours ago NASA & ESA bungled their Thanksgiving day Solar Dynamics Observatory coverage so bad that they actually pointed their cameras away from Comet c/2012 s1 ISON and missed it's Perihelion completely. Then they went on to announce Comet ISON dead & disintegrated eaten by the Sun. The footage from the STEREO SECCHI & LASCO satellites showed some of ISON's nucleus was still intact and very super massive large big. Then. It all appears to have melted into a cloud of dust. Did La Sol finally win the battle? It hit ISON with several solar flares and coronal mass ejections before during and after the Sungrazer grazed the Sun. When we look at the Helioviewer side by size Earth & ISON comparison. ISON was gigantic. If it did break up, I am almost glad because is was larger than planets. But will what's left of ISON head towards Earth? Karl Battams has mentioned we might get a unique meteor storm because of ISON. Only time will tell. This story changes every few hours and has never gotten dull, so I shall continue to watch. Will an amateur astronomer unearth a photo of a still alive ISON? Is Comet ISON a ghost for good? Oh the post perihelion drama. I'm am trying to learn about the Heavens. Be cool. God bless everyone, Stay Cool, T http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2013/11/25/comet_ison_sudden_drop_in_ice_output.html?wpisrc=burger_bar http://spaceweathergallery.com/index.php?title=comet http://www.isoncampaign.org/Present http://brucegary.net/ISON/ http://digilander.libero.it/infosis/homepage/astronomia/c2012s1.htm http://www.solarsystemscope.com/ison/ http://solarimg.org/artis/ Want to talk about it? meet me on the facebook www.facebook.com/thornewsgo or tweet me on the twitter @NewThor This is part 49 of the THOR performed THORnews series Comet c/2012 s1 ISON WTF NASA - EARTH - Professional Science - She is alive! She is Dead! She is a Zombie! Holy Smokes is are her shattered remains headed at Earth?
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1.7 Mile PHA Asteroid 1998 QE2 has a Moon!
 
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It looks like potentially hazardous Asteroid QE2 has a Moon or celestial body girlfriend bound by gravity!That's cool. I used some of my special filters to boost the image. This big bad 1.7 mile wide space rock will pass us on May 31st 2013. While it won't hit Earth* it does qualify as a NEO Near Earth Object and it's the junk behind it we've gotta watch out for. So, if this puppy has a moon, it's not crazy to think Comet c2012 s1 ISON might have a moon as well, neh? Crazy times people! Let's party like it was 1999!
Views: 8679 thornews
8 new Twin Earths discovered by science!
 
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NASA's Kepler Satellite has discovered 8 new twin Earth's among its total batch of 1000 newfound exoplanets. Alien life in now just a key find away! Will it be before the Extremely Large Telescope? God Bless Everyone, T
Views: 2958 thornews
The 4 Horsemen are Here: Comet c/2012 s1 ISON, c/2013 R1 LOVEJOY, c/2012 X1 LINEAR & 2P ENCKE
 
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http://www.youtube.com/thornews PLEASE do not watch this video unless you are an intelligent human being with a sense of humor. Thank you. Yes. It is true. We've got 4 major comets in our inner solar system which is a very unusual event. Comets s1 c2012 ISON c2013 r1 LOVEJOY c2012 X1 LINEAR and 2P ENCKE. It's raining dirty snowballs, y'all! Some are periodic, some are hyperbolic but they are all special in their own way. These are strange and interesting times indeed. With the announcement of the Lazarus comets waking up in the Asteroid Belt, then p/2013 p5 growing six tails, NASA being neutered by Congress and the White House, all the talk of Neutron Stars, Brown Dwarves and little green men, who knows what shall happen next? Fun times, indeed. God bless everyone, Stay Cool, T http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2407040/pg1 http://www.universetoday.com/105806/four-comets-haunt-the-halloween-dawn-heres-how-to-see-them/ http://brucegary.net/ISON/ http://www.solarsystemscope.com/ison/ http://solarimg.org/artis/ Want to talk about it? meet me on the facebook www.facebook.com/thornewsgo or tweet me on the twitter @NewThor
Views: 51310 thornews
Are we being Blackmailed? Climate Change Chaos - 500 days
 
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We've got 10 days until the sands of time run out on the 500 days until Climate Change Chaos warning from the United Nations by the French Foreign minister. Was it a warning or was it a threat? This is a serious question for intelligent adults. Remember the Great Stock Market Crash of 2008 when the economy almost exploded because 7 banks failed on the same day due to tightly interwoven Mortgage Backed Securities? Well, in an infinite growth economy, the bubbles perpetually need to be inflate and reinflated. While avoiding inflation. LOL. So the only 2 areas I can see them pouring new cash into new areas is Marijuana or going Green aka Fighting Climate Change and Mother Nature abuse with a Government Collected Carbon Tax. An article on Climate Change Chaos The world has “500 days to avoid climate chaos,” French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said alongside Secretary of State John Kerry at the State Department on Tuesday. http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/patrick-goodenough/french-foreign-minister-we-have-500-days-avoid-climate-chaos “We have 500 days to avoid climate chaos,” Fabius said. “And I know that President Obama and John Kerry himself are committed on this subject and I’m sure that with them, with a lot of other friends, we shall be able to reach success in this very important matter.” Fabius was referring to the next big United Nations climate conference, scheduled to open in Paris, France in November 2015, or in 565 days’ time. (There will actually be a U.N. climate conference held before Paris – in Lima, Peru at the end of this year – but the world body views that more as a stepping stone to the 2015 meeting.) The organizers have high hopes for the Paris event known in U.N. jargon as the 21st conference of the parties (COP21) – the parties being the signatories to the 1992 U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change and the 1997 Kyoto Protocol. “By the end of the meeting, for the first time in over 20 years of U.N. negotiations, all the nations of the world, including the biggest emitters of greenhouse gases, will be bound by a universal agreement on climate,” the French foreign ministry said around the time it offered to host the conference. Invited to respond Tuesday to Fabius’ 500-day warning, White House press secretary Jay Carney pointed to the National Climate Assessment released last week which, he said, “made clear in the view of the science that climate change is upon us and the effects and impacts of climate change are being felt today.” “We’ve laid out a comprehensive strategy aimed at helping communities around the country prepare for the effects of climate change, as well as a strategy to reduce our carbon pollution, enhance our energy independence, and address climate change in the future to try to mitigate future impacts,” Carney said. “There’s no question that this is a global effort that has to be undertaken because of the nature of carbon emissions around the world.” The Paris climate conference will be held from November 30 to December 11, 2015." Strange days, indeed. What do you think? God bless Everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
Views: 9087 thornews
2015: The September of DOOM
 
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The entire month of September sets a record for most prophecies, predictions and wtf fubar situations every known on the recorded History of Man and Mankind. We've got an Official DOOM stamp from the UN who declared on March 14th of 2014 that we ony had 500 days to stop climate chaos, now we've got asteroids and non asteroids pluto the pope in the USA Cern heating up, Yellowstone making some noise, the weather is wack, currency collapse is always right around the corner and World War 3 is always staring us in the face. Plus tons of Other doomy shit. That's why this is part 1 of this series. Enjoy, God Bless everyone, T @NewTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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The UN Climate Change Funding piles up. Or does it?
 
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Global governments are hellbent on stopping the climate from changing and plan to fight it with money and taxes. So we take a look into their activities. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-climatechange-summit-funding-idUSKBN0TP07I20151206 "Developed nations have mobilized some $80-$90 billion per year to help the poorest survive a warmer world, delegates at Paris climate talks said, but emerging countries dispute the figures and say a goal of $100 billion by 2020 is far from reach. The issue is central to U.N. talks in Paris, where nearly 200 nations are trying to forge a new pact on climate change. In October, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), which represents rich nations, calculated that financial pledges from the developed world totaled $62 billion in 2014 towards an agreed U.N. goal to reach $100 billion by 2020. One national finance expert, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the new total was some $94 billion, while non-governmental organization Oxfam said the figure was more like $82 billion. Developing nations, such as India, have accused the West of a lack of transparency and say the OECD vastly over-estimated the size of contributions. An Indian finance ministry report said "the only hard number" was $2.2 billion that was clearly climate money." strange. neh? God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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2 Massive Planet X s may lurk beyond Pluto in the Oort Cloud.
 
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https://www.youtube.com/THORnews I've said it all along, all Planet X roads lead to Sedna & Sedna led us to VP113 & now the number of professional astronomers who believe their might be one or TWO Giant Trans-Neptunian planets, planetoids, or dwarf planets. Heck, even astrobob is talking about it! And the Shills are stepping up their game. Their defense is A) Amy Mainzer & NASA's NEO WISE team didn't find anything and B) Amateur Astronomers would be able to see it. LOL WUT? I do recommend the honorable Michael Brown go help the WISE team discover some cool stuff. Planet X is real. They've found quite a few of them, Sedna, VP113, Eris Orcus Haumea Quaoar Huya & 2002 Texas 300 The Definition of Planet X has always been a planet outside of Pluto's orbit, so now we've got a ton on our hands, it is interesting to watch as many scientists avoid the discussion of Sedna & VP113 all together. Interesting times indeed! Stay tuned! Go Astonishers Go! God Bless Everyone! T http://arxiv.org/abs/1406.0715 http://astrobob.areavoices.com/2014/06/14/two-planet-xs-may-lurk-unseen-beyond-pluto/ https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo @NewThor on the Twitter I am THOR of THORnews and I approve this message. I wonder if I can get an interview with Mike Brown Amy Mainzer Phil Plait & Neil Degrasse Tyson ? They're busy, so probs not all together at once, heck they're as big as the Cosmos now, they might not talk to me at all. :(
Views: 8713 thornews
a sad look at the weather
 
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another dark night of the soul for me, T send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Tx 77096 www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison
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NOAA raises its Atlantic Hurricane Activity Prediction again.
 
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Get ready for the Active Atlantic Hurricane Season. God Bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo article http://www.noaa.gov/media-release/early-season-storms-one-indicator-of-active-atlantic-hurricane-season-ahead Early-season storms one indicator of active Atlantic hurricane season ahead Above-normal season likely with 14 to 19 named storms Today NOAA issued the scheduled update for its 2017 hurricane season outlook. Forecasters are now predicting a higher likelihood of an above-normal season, and they increased the predicted number of named storms and major hurricanes. The season has the potential to be extremely active, and could be the most active since 2010. Forecasters now say there is a 60-percent chance of an above-normal season (compared to the May prediction of 45 percent chance), with 14-19 named storms (increased from the May predicted range of 11-17) and 2-5 major hurricanes (increased from the May predicted range of 2-4). A prediction for 5-9 hurricanes remains unchanged from the intial May outlook. “We’re now entering the peak of the season when the bulk of the storms usually form,” said Gerry Bell, Ph.D., lead seasonal hurricane forecaster at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. “The wind and air patterns in the area of the tropical Atlantic and Caribbean where many storms develop are very conducive to an above-normal season. This is in part because the chance of an El Nino forming, which tends to prevent storms from strengthening, has dropped significantly from May.” Bell noted other factors that point to an above-normal season include warmer waters across the tropical Atlantic than models previously predicted and higher predicted activity from available models. In just the first nine weeks of this season there have been six named storms, which is half the number of storms during an average six-month season and double the number of storms that would typically form by early August. An average Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1-November 30, produces 12 named storms, of which six become hurricanes, including three major hurricanes. “Today’s updated outlook underscores the need for everyone to know their true vulnerabilities to storms and storm surge,” said FEMA Administrator Brock Long. “As we enter the height of hurricane season, it’s important for everyone to know who issues evacuation orders in their community, heed the warnings, update their insurance and have a preparedness plan.” The updated outlook is based on the current and evolving atmospheric and oceanic conditions, the most recent model predictions, and pre-and early-season storm activity. The numbers announced today include the season activity to-date. The Atlantic basin has seen six named storms (Arlene in April; Bret and Cindy in June; Don and Emily in July; and Franklin in August). Two of these storms, Cindy and Emily, struck the United States. Cindy made landfall on June 22 at the Louisiana-Texas border and caused heavy rain, inland flooding and multiple tornado outbreaks. Emily made landfall on July 31 in Anna Maria Island, Florida. Franklin is predicted to make landfall in Mexico overnight as a hurricane. Today’s update also decreases the chance of a near-normal season from 35 percent to 30 percent, and a below-normal season from 20 percent to only 10 percent from the initial outlook issued in May. As we move into the peak of hurricane season, when hurricanes are most frequent and at their strongest, NOAA urges coastal residents to make sure they have their hurricane preparedness plans in place and to monitor the latest forecasts.
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Horrific Flooding continues in 6 USA states as Multiple levees are breached.
 
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This horrible flood situation just continues to get worse. Multiple Levees have been breached as 6 states have seen 10+ inches of rainfall. For some reason, the Mainstream media doesn't find this story very interesting. Strange days, indeed. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https:///www.facebook.com/thornewsgo articles on the situation https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/05/04/aerial-images-arkansas-missouri-flooding/101295116/ Arkansas, Missouri flooding overtaking towns After floodwaters punched through levees in parts of Missouri and Arkansas, the National Weather Service warned Thursday of more high water in northwest Arkansas, where some 100 members of the National Guard are assisting in the flood-fighting effort. http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/breaking-levee-breaches-along-swollen-black-river-near-pocahontas-arkansas/70001570 Gov. Asa Hutchinson deploys National Guard to combat Arkansas flooding following at least 9 levee breaches Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has deployed additional resources to combat the extreme flooding in northern parts of the state as many communities remain underwater. A dangerous flooding situation in northeastern Arkansas worsened on Wednesday morning when a levee failed along the Black River near the town of Pocahontas. Following the breach, the National Weather Service office in Memphis, Tennessee, immediately issued a flash flooding emergency and urged residents to seek higher ground immediately due to life-threatening flooding. Water rescues were occurring just south of Pocahontas in the community of Shannon, according to the NWS. Evacuation orders were issued on Monday for eastern Pocahontas, which included 150 homes, dozens of businesses and an assisted living facility, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Water had begun to spill over the top of the levee on Tuesday, and officials warned of an imminent levee breach. Gauge data shows the river crested at a record level of 28.95 feet at 8:30 p.m. local time Tuesday, but it is forecast to remain above the major flood stage of 25 feet through early Saturday morning. "This is the most extensive flooding in an urban area that I've ever seen as governor," said Hutchinson, who surveyed the flooding in Randolph, Lawrence and Sharp counties by helicopter on Tuesday. Hutchinson declared a state of emergency for the state and said he will ask for federal disaster aid, the Democrat-Gazette reported. At least nine sections of the levee system failed in Randolph County alone and three of the breaches were categorized as "major" Hutchinson said. The governor also said in a Wednesday press conference he authorized additional resources to be applied to what is already in place in impacted areas. This includes strengthening the deployment of the Arkansas National Guard, which has 25 vehicles ready to deal with high-water rescues and 108 service members in the affected communities. At least 500 evacuations have already occurred in the state, Hutchinson said. Days of heavy rain have resulted in the record crests of numerous rivers across the central United States. Many parts of the Mississippi River in Missouri and Arkansas will remain above flood stage into next week. "A general 4-8 inches of rain fell, while some locations received 10 inches of rain in part of the Central states," according to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski. At least seven people have been killed due to the severe storms and heavy flooding in Arkansas since April 26.
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Why is NASA censoring the STEREO HI2 Cameras?
 
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http://www.youtube.com/thornews NASA's STEREO HI2 Ahead & Behind cameras have been blocking out 1/2 the frame for months. Why would they do that? Hmmmm... http://stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov/beacon/beacon_secchi.shtml Hey. You can follow me on the facebook if yee like. http://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo or tweet me on the twitter @NewThor
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Earth is Cracking up - Giant Cracks, Sinkholes, Volcanoes & Madness
 
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We've got giant cracks in South Africa, Ariizona USA, & Antarctica, Volcanoes erupting all over the world, more sinkholes than I can count and a global civilization that is going insane. I think it's time to step outside & bask in the beauty of life and Mother Nature. Strange days, indeed. God Bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo articles http://www.forbes.com/sites/trevornace/2017/01/30/enormous-crack-opened-middle-arizona-desert/#53c9f48f2b08 An Enormous Crack Just Opened Up In The Middle Of The Arizona Desert Trevor Nace , CONTRIBUTOR I cover geology, earth science, and natural disasters. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Play Mute Current Time 0:28 / Duration Time 1:00 Loaded: 0%Progress: 0% Share Fullscreen The Arizona Geological Survey is monitoring a 2-mile long crack that has opened up in the Arizona desert. Recent drone flights over the crack reveal that it has continued to grow both in length and width in Pinal County, to the southeast of Phoenix. Scientists are actively monitoring the crack and took drone video of the extent of the fissure as normal documentation of an area prone to large cracks in the Earth. The northern portion of the crack is older and partially filled in by eroding sediment and from collapse of the crack’s edges. Meanwhile, the southern portion remains 25 to 30 feet deep and 10 feet across. The fissure tapers out toward each edge but the southern edge continues to grow in length and widen. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4129206/Shocking-drone-footage-shows-huge-crack-ice.html Shocking drone footage shows the huge scale of the 25 mile-long crack in ice that forced a British Antarctic base to shut down The Halley VI Research Station is home to the British Antarctic Survey The research base is being relocated 14 miles across the Brunt Ice Shelf If the research station is not relocated, it could be swallowed by the ice by 2020 Once operation is finished, station will be abandoned for the winter Yesterday, the Halley VI Research Station was forced to close its Antarctic research base amid rising fears it could fall into a huge ice chasm. Shocking new drone footage has now been released that shows just how massive the growing crack in the ice is. The worrying footage has forced the British research base to relocate 14 miles (22 km) across the Brunt Ice Shelf and close its doors for the winter. The footage shows a 25 mile-long (40km) crack that appears to be a few feet deep. In some areas, the crack has split into two, leaving behind small islands of ice. The British Antarctic survey said that changes to the ice presents 'a complex glaciological picture' that causes concern about the shelf on which the station is located in the coming months. The survey says a new crack on the floating Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica will force them to remove people before the Antarctic winter, which runs from March to November, ends.
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WTF? i pet goat II now? Notre Dame Cathedral & Trappist-1 & Fireballs
 
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How weird are things? Things are i pet goat II weird. God bless everyone, T https://www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison https://www.paypal.me/thornews send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 the original i pet goat ii video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6n_xCI-peq0
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A Father's Day BIG STORM update
 
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For DRL & JRV, Heaven is a better place with y'all. May y'all Stay Cool forever & ever. Amen. God bless everyone, your Son, T everybody should go read crankywxguy's blog. seriously. http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e061518.htm
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Alert! Bombogenesis Blizzard Wesley begins to Storm the Mid-West USA
 
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This storm ain't no joke. God bless everyone, T https://www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison https://www.paypal.me/thornews send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Tx 77096 Leakcon 2019 Denver May 18th and 19th LeakCon2019 is SOLD OUT but you can still be there bu purchasing the livestream. It's the only way... LeakCon2019 Live-Stream https://bit.ly/2TTbPIq https://leakcon2019.ticketspice.com/leakcon2019 latest crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e041019.htm the danielle banks video https://weather.com/storms/winter/news/2019-04-09-how-winter-storm-wesley-could-set-april-pressure-snowstorm-records Wesley's low-pressure center could flirt with all-time April low-pressure records in parts of the Plains, according to data compiled by NOAA Weather Prediction Center meteorologist David Roth. Computer forecast models indicate the area of low pressure will bottom out in the upper-970s to lower-980s millibars. Record-low pressures for April in the region where Wesley is forecast to track when the system is at its strongest – generally between Kansas and southern Nebraska – range from about 978 to 982 millibars, so some of these records could be in jeopardy Wednesday or Thursday. But it's not clear this storm will be strong enough to be deemed a "bomb cyclone" because its atmospheric pressure might not meet the meteorological definition for bombogenesis, a 24-millibar pressure drop in 24 hours or less. Wesley may bring to mind a storm almost exactly one year ago, Winter Storm Xanto, which dumped over a foot of snow in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and the Twin Cities and up to 33 inches of snow in northeastern Wisconsin. In some parts of Minnesota and South Dakota, Wesley could flirt with all-time April snowstorm records, including the Twin Cities, which set their April record during Xanto last year, when 15.8 inches piled up between April 13-16. All it would take is more than 7.6 inches Wednesday night through early Friday for Minneapolis/St. Paul to see one of its 10 heaviest April snowstorms. Some parts of South Dakota and southwestern Minnesota could pick up more than 20 inches of snow from Wesley. Wesley will be an intense low-pressure system that could flirt with all-time April low-pressure records in parts of the Plains, according to data compiled by NOAA Weather Prediction Center meteorologist David Roth. That said, it's not clear this storm will be strong enough to be deemed a "bomb cyclone" since its atmospheric pressure might not meet the meteorological definition for bombogenesis, which is a 24-millibar pressure drop in 24 hours. Blizzard warnings have been issued by the National Weather Service from parts of northeastern Colorado to southeastern Wyoming, western and central Nebraska, far northwestern Kansas, South Dakota and southwestern Minnesota. This includes Denver; Cheyenne, Wyoming; Scottsbluff, Nebraska; and Pierre, South Dakota. Various winter storm watches and warnings and winter weather advisories have also been posted from portions of the northern and central Rockies into the upper Mississippi Valley and northern Great Lakes. By Friday, Wesley should be weakening, with lingering snow in upper Mississippi Valley and northern Great Lakes. As it reaches the East, it will mainly produce rain and thunderstorms, even into northern New England. Forecast Impacts There is still some uncertainty in the exact placement and amounts of snow from Winter Storm Wesley, but a general scenario is coming into focus. At least 6 inches of snow now appears likely in a swath from Wyoming and northeastern Colorado to northern Michigan. Within that swath, it's likely at least a foot of snow will accumulate over parts of South Dakota, northern Nebraska, southern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin. A few locations in this zone may see accumulations of 20 to 30 inches. Minneapolis/St. Paul could see one of its 10 heaviest April snowstorms if it picks up more than 7.6 inches Wednesday night through early Friday. Denver may also see several inches of snow, along with blizzard conditions, later Wednesday into Thursday. The combination of strong winds and snow will create blizzard conditions in parts of the Plains and Midwest Wednesday into early Friday, making travel treacherous, if not impossible, in parts of Minnesota, northern Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, northeastern Colorado and northwestern Kansas. Road closures are possible, potentially including along stretches of interstates 29, 70, 80 and 90. Snow drifts of multiple feet are possible in some areas. Accumulation of wet, heavy snow and wind may lead to power outages and tree damage in some spots, something typical of strong early- and late-season snowstorms. There could also be wind damage in areas that receive little or no snow, something we saw in last month's bomb cyclone.
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Chinese Stock Markets flash crash, break & bounce back in 1 minute. WTF?
 
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The global funny money games gets weirder as China's stock market plunges 12.5% breaks limit down then rebounds all within 1 minute. Weird. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-31/one-minute-plunge-sends-chinese-stock-futures-down-by-10-limit One-Minute Plunge Sends Chinese Stock Futures Down by 10% Limit Why Did the CSI 300 Fall 10% Before Recovering? Don't Miss Out — Follow Bloomberg On Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Recommended Warren Buffett, chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., speaks during an interview in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013. Warren Buffett and his late first wife, Susan, gave and pledged billions to each of their three children to fund charitable foundations. Howard, an Illinois farmer, picked global hunger as his target. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg via Getty Images Buffett Awaits $8 Billion of ‘Bad News’ With Kraft Heinz Payment An investor walks past stock prices on screens at a securities company in Beijing on March 22, 2016. Chinese stocks closed lower on March 22 as investors took profit from a strong bounce the previous day fuelled by news that authorities have loosened restrictions on margin trading. / AFP / FRED DUFOUR (Photo credit should read FRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images) The Big Short Is Back in Chinese Stocks Container ships sit docked in the Port of Keelung in Keelung, Taiwan, on Thursday, July 25, 2013. Taiwan signed its first free trade agreement with a developed country, New Zealand, this month and has concluded substantive talks with Singapore on a free trade pact that Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou said will be signed "soon". Photographer: Jerome Favre/Bloomberg China's Slowdown Hits Nearby Economies Hardest Snow White at Wanda City Triggers Disney Backlash Unexplained drop follows similar move in Hong Kong this month Futures exchange said to start investigation into the tumble Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Chinese stock-index futures plunged by the daily limit before snapping back in less than a minute, the second sudden swing to rattle traders this month. Contracts on the CSI 300 Index dropped as much as 10 percent at 10:42 a.m. local time, recovering almost all of their losses in the same minute. More than 1,500 June contracts changed hands in that period, the most all day, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The China Financial Futures Exchange is investigating the tumble, said people familiar with the matter, who asked not to be named because they aren’t authorized to speak publicly. The unexplained slump follows a similar drop in Hang Seng China Enterprises Index futures on May 16 in Hong Kong, a move that heightened anxiety among investors facing slower Chinese economic growth and a weakening yuan. Volume in China’s stock-index futures market, which was the world’s most active as recently as July, has all but dried up after authorities clamped down on speculative trading during the nation’s $5 trillion equity crash last summer. Tuesday’s volatility had little impact on the underlying CSI 300, which rose 3.4 percent. “Liquidity in the market is really thin at the moment,” Fang Shisheng, Shanghai-based vice general manager at Orient Securities Futures Co., said by phone Fang said the sell order that triggered the plunge probably came here. Chinese policy makers restricted activity in the futures market last summer because selling the contracts is one of the easiest ways for investors to make large wagers against stocks. Volume shrank by more than 90 percent from its peak after officials raised margin requirements, tightened position limits and started a police probe into bearish wagers. An official at CFFEX in Shanghai said he couldn’t comment on Some international traders with negative views on Chinese stocks have shifted their wagers to offshore markets. Short interest in one of the largest Hong Kong exchange-traded funds tracking mainland shares has surged fivefold this month to its highest level in a year, according to data compiled by Markit and Bloomberg. The CSI 300 has dropped 15 percent this year, versus a 2.2 percent gain in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. While sudden price swings are hardly unique to Chinese exchanges, the country’s markets have come under increased scrutiny in recent months as MSCI Inc. considers adding mainland shares to its international indexes. Recent measures to curb trading halts and clarify beneficial ownership rules have improved the country’s odds of inclusion to 70 percent, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. analysts wrote in a report on Tuesday, which was one of the factors behind the market’s rally.
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Erupting California Volcanoes, Big New Madrid Earthquake & Planetary Alignments.
 
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This video contains Celestial Mechanics, Astrology & Physics. you are welcome. God bless everyone, T God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ THORNEWS PO BOX 35946 HOUSTON TEXAS 77235-5946
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Nibiru Theatre - Dazza the Dubunker Vs. Donny the Serpico
 
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Alert! Be warned, this information requires a sense of humor to be processed properly. Can you Handle the Dazza "WOT?" or No? This is a question you must ask yourself before hitting the button, baby. Funny moments within the Truther community are very rare. This is one of them. Enjoy or don't It's up to you. God Bless Everyone, T @NewThor on Twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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THORnews is Funny.
 
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When life gets too serious & stressful, I must let go and fully embrace the Silly in the Good name of Comedy, Fun and Humor. So Enjoy this peak into Sage & I's adventures. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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The Original Planet X - Why hasn't NASA taken a new photo of Eris in over 10 years?
 
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Please Tweet #AskNASA Why haven't you taken a photo of Planet Eris in over 10 years? Planet/Dwarf Planet ERIS was originally declared Planet X or Planet 10 by the International Astronomical Union & then stripped of the title along with Pluto. Eris is so amazing it disrupted all of Astronomy & how we think of the Solar System. It's so Amazing the ESA & NASA haven't really talked about it or taken a photo of it in over 10 years. That's weird. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo more info on Eris https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eris_(dwarf_planet) Eris (minor-planet designation 136199 Eris) is the most massive and second-largest dwarf planet[g] known in the Solar System. It is also the ninth-most-massive known body directly orbiting the Sun,[g] and the largest known body in the Solar System not visited by a spacecraft. It is measured to be 2,326 ± 12 kilometers (1,445.3 ± 7.5 mi) in diameter.[8] Eris is 27% more massive than dwarf planet Pluto, though Pluto is slightly larger by volume.[16] Eris' mass is about 0.27% of the Earth's mass.[10][17] Eris was discovered in January 2005 by a Palomar Observatory-based team led by Mike Brown, and its identity was verified later that year. It is a trans-Neptunian object (TNO) and a member of a high-eccentricity population known as the scattered disk. It has one known moon, Dysnomia. As of February 2016, its distance from the Sun is 96.3 astronomical units (1.441×1010 km; 8.95×109 mi),[13] roughly three times that of Pluto. With the exception of some comets, Eris and Dysnomia are currently the second-most-distant known natural objects in the Solar System, [h] the farthest object being V774104 discovered in November 2015 at 103 AU. Because Eris appeared to be larger than Pluto, NASA initially described it as the Solar System's tenth planet. This, along with the prospect of other objects of similar size being discovered in the future, motivated the International Astronomical Union (IAU) to define the term planet for the first time. Under the IAU definition approved on August 24, 2006, Eris is a "dwarf planet", along with objects such as Pluto, Ceres, Haumea and Makemake,[22] thereby reducing the number of known planets in the Solar System to eight, the same as before Pluto's discovery in 1930. Observations of a stellar occultation by Eris in 2010 showed that its diameter was 2,326 ± 12 kilometers (1,445.3 ± 7.5 mi), not significantly different from that of Pluto. After New Horizons measured Pluto's diameter as 2372±4 km in July 2015, it was determined that Eris is slightly smaller in diameter than Pluto.[ Eris was discovered by the team of Mike Brown, Chad Trujillo, and David Rabinowitz[2] on January 5, 2005, from images taken on October 21, 2003. The discovery was announced on July 29, 2005, the same day as Makemake and two days after Haumea,[26] due in part to events that would later lead to controversy about Haumea. The search team had been systematically scanning for large outer Solar System bodies for several years, and had been involved in the discovery of several other large TNOs, including 50000 Quaoar, 90482 Orcus, and 90377 Sedna. Routine observations were taken by the team on October 21, 2003, using the 1.2 m Samuel Oschin Schmidt telescope at Palomar Observatory, California, but the image of Eris was not discovered at that point due to its very slow motion across the sky: The team's automatic image-searching software excluded all objects moving at less than 1.5 arcseconds per hour to reduce the number of false positives returned. When Sedna was discovered, it was moving at 1.75 arcsec/h, and in light of that the team reanalyzed their old data with a lower limit on the angular motion, sorting through the previously excluded images by eye. In January 2005, the re-analysis revealed Eris's slow motion against the background stars. Follow-up observations were then carried out to make a preliminary determination of Eris's orbit, which allowed the object's distance to be estimated. The team had planned to delay announcing their discoveries of the bright objects Eris and Makemake until further observations and calculations were complete, but announced them both on July 29 when the discovery of another large TNO they had been tracking, Haumea, was controversially announced on July 27 by a different team in Spain.[2] More observations released in October 2005 revealed that Eris has a moon, later named Dysnomia. Observations of Dysnomia's orbit permitted scientists to determine the mass of Eris, which in June 2007 they calculated to be (1.66±0.02)×1022 kg,[10] 27%±2% greater than Pluto's.
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Titor Quest: Avoid World War III between USA & RUSSIA
 
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https://www.youtube.com/thornews Was John Titor a time traveler or a hoax? It doesn't matter. His message in 2000 about avoiding self assured mutual nuclear destruction between Russia and America is on target. We must create a better future. We can do this. God Bless Everyone T www.facebook.com/thornewsgo twitter @NewThor
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Biblical Midwest Flooding, Chemical Fire, Double Cyclones, Hot Nor'easter & MORE
 
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It would appear we've reached new records of unstable. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e031619.htm
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YOU ARE ON ASTEROID FIGHT CLUB HIGH ALERT FOR THE REST OF APRIL.
 
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This ain't no joke. God bless everyone, T https://www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison https://www.paypal.me/thornews send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Tx 77096 Leakcon 2019 Denver May 18th and 19th LeakCon2019 is SOLD OUT but you can still be there bu purchasing the livestream. It's the only way... LeakCon2019 Live-Stream https://bit.ly/2TTbPIq https://leakcon2019.ticketspice.com/leakcon2019 latest crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e040819.htm https://weather.com/forecast/regional/news/2019-04-05-plains-midwest-storm-snow-wind-rain A strong storm is likely to develop in the Plains by Wednesday. Heavy snow is increasingly likely in parts of the Plains and upper Midwest. This includes areas still dealing with flooding, including parts of the Missouri Valley. High winds may lead to blizzard conditions later Wednesday into Thursday. Some severe thunderstorms are also possible, which may spread to the East Coast. Winter Storm Wesley will wring out some snow in the high country of the Rockies, Cascades and Sierra Nevada into Tuesday. Wednesday, we expect the surface low to be intensifying somewhere over the central Plains, with a broad area of rain or snow and strong winds from the High Plains to the upper Midwest. In some areas, precipitation may start as rain, then change over to wet snow. By Thursday, we expect the center of Winter Storm Wesley to be somewhere near the upper Midwest, with wind-driven wet snow on its northwestern flank, with rain and even some thunderstorms east of the front from parts of the Midwest and Ohio Valley southward into the Tennessee Valley. By Friday, Wesley should be weakening, with lingering snow in upper Mississippi Valley and northern Great Lakes. As it reaches the East, it will mainly produce rain and thunderstorms, even into northern New England.
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Alert! Two MAJOR storms in next 7 days for the USA.
 
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It's true. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e030419.htm mike's weather page http://www.spaghettimodels.com/ models https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/ a look at the Sun https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/
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Sub-Zero temps & Black Ice = Big Dangers with Polar Vortex Arctic Air.
 
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It is already underway & lasts until Thursday. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e012919.htm mike's weather page http://www.spaghettimodels.com/ models https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/ a look at the Sun https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/ https://weather.com/forecast/national/news/2019-01-28-polar-vortex-midwest-arctic-air-coldest-two-decades Polar Vortex Triggering Coldest Arctic Outbreak in at Least Two Decades This Week in Parts of the Midwest Dangerously cold conditions are forecast in the Midwest this week. Parts of the Midwest will see their coldest weather in at least two decades. Wind chills values will fall into the 40s, 50s, even 60s below zero in some places. The Northeast will also see bitterly cold temperatures late this week. Extreme arctic cold is now plunging into the Midwest, creating dangerously cold wind chills and likely dropping temperatures in some cities to their lowest levels in more than two decades. The central and eastern United States have been in the grips of a much colder weather pattern in the second half of January, and conditions this week will be the worst yet. One instigator for this outbreak of cold air is a displacement of a lobe of the polar vortex to a position over the Great Lakes, according to a wunderground.com blog entry from Jeff Masters and Bob Henson. The National Weather Service noted the temperature in Minneapolis/St. Paul dropped below zero just after midnight Tuesday morning and was likely to remain below zero until Friday morning. By Wednesday and Thursday, morning lows may reach the minus 20s to perhaps minus 30 in the Twin Cities, with minus teens and minus 20s in Des Moines, Iowa, Chicago and Milwaukee. Subzero-cold lows may extend through much of the Ohio Valley and should arrive into the interior Northeast by Thursday. Thursday will be the coldest day along the Northeast Interstate 95 corridor, with lows in the single digits from Baltimore to Boston. Here are the last dates the following cities were as cold: Chicago last plunged to minus 20 degrees on Jan. 18, 1994. Des Moines, Iowa, last observed temperatures as low as minus 20 degrees on Feb. 4, 1996. Milwaukee last reached minus 20 degrees on Feb. 2-3, 1996. Madison, Wisconsin, reached minus 30 degrees only twice in history, last occurring on Jan. 15, 1963. Minneapolis/St. Paul last plunged to minus 30 degrees on Feb. 2, 1996. Detroit last was minus 15 degrees on Jan. 16, 2009. As you can see, the outbreak this week may be the coldest in more than 20 years in parts of the Midwest and will smash dozens of daily record lows in some areas. A few of the potential daily record lows this week include (record-to-beat is shown): Wednesday: Chicago (minus 15 degrees); Cleveland (minus 4 degrees); Des Moines, Iowa (minus 17 degrees); Detroit (minus 4 degrees) Thursday: Chicago (minus 12 degrees); Cleveland (minus 4 degrees); Detroit (minus 7 degrees); Pittsburgh (minus 3 degrees) Incredibly, this could be the first January daily record low set in Minneapolis/St. Paul since 1977, according to the National Weather Service. There could also be a few cities that come close to all-time record lows for any day of the year on Thursday morning. Chicago and Rockford, Illinois, may be within a few degrees of their all-time records of minus 27 degrees, set Jan. 20, 1985, and Jan. 10, 1982, respectively. Cedar Rapids, Dubuque and Waterloo, Iowa, could also dip to near their all-time record lows of minus 29 degrees, minus 30 degrees and minus 34 degrees, respectively. In most of these cities, these frigid temperatures are in another league from some of the daily records listed above. In the Dakotas, Minnesota, Iowa and St. Louis, the all-time records still stand from more than 100 years ago. In Chicago and Detroit, these records were set in the mid-1980s. A number of Ohio Valley cities – including Cleveland, Columbus, Indianapolis, Louisville and Pittsburgh – set all-time record lows during the mid-January 1994 cold outbreak. Twitter Ads info and privacy Incredibly, wind chills in the minus 60s and 70s, even a minus-82-degree wind chill, were observed Monday in northern Manitoba and southern Nunavut, Canada, according to the National Weather Service. The Northeast will have its coldest wind chills Wednesday night into Thursday morning, ranging from the 20s and 30s below zero across the interior to the single digits or teens below zero along the Interstate 95 corridor.
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Historic East Coast STORM possible + It is going to get Colder
 
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Happy New Year! We've got Freezing temperatures everywhere but the West Coast and a Nasty storm headed for the East Coast during the week. Also, it's going to get colder and it shall be a long duration cold. Be prepared. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews https://www.patreon.com/thornews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/THORnewsthornews THORNEWS PO BOX 35946 HOUSTON TEXAS 77235-5946 BITCOIN Donation Address = 1MCVz9Z8VqCyFT79SXZCfxZuCAg4jdbvyC articles on storm https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/piercing-cold-blast-to-feel-subzero-in-central-northeastern-us-to-kick-off-2018/70003687 Piercing cold blast to feel subzero in central, northeastern US to kick off 2018 Cold air rivaling that of the past 100 years for early January will make it painful to be outdoors and may lead to damage in the central and northeastern United States. AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures are projected to be below zero over much of the Northeast and well below zero in much of the Midwest. People who rang in the new year in Times Square endured a temperature of 9 degrees Fahrenheit at midnight, which marked the second coldest ball drop on record in New York City. The coldest ball drop occurred a century ago with a midnight temperature of 1. At least 30 states were experiencing below zero temperatures on New Year's Day morning. For the first day of 2018, RealFeel temperatures 5 to 20 degrees below zero will be common. In the northern tier, RealFeel temperatures may dip as low as 30 to 40 degrees below zero. Most low temperature records from the northern and central Plains to the mid-Atlantic and New England are likely to remain in tact. However, in terms of the level of cold, actual temperatures in many locations will be in the lower 5 percentile for all years on record for early January, according to the National Weather Service. Standout years for record cold in the Northeast at this point in the season were in 1880-81 and 1917-18. In the Midwest, the years 1967-68 and 1973-74 left a mark with subzero F cold. "While the level of cold will vary from one day to the next, indications are that the frigid weather will linger through the first week of January in the Central and Eastern states," A major storm will track close enough to the East Coast of the United States to bring snow to some areas and windy conditions to much of the Atlantic Seaboard later this week. The storm will have both direct and indirect impacts from Florida to Maine and Atlantic Canada. Arctic air will remain in place and will spread southward into Florida as the storm brews a few hundred miles offshore over the Atlantic Ocean and races northward on Wednesday and Thursday. During this period, the storm may undergo rapid strengthening, sometimes referred to as bombogenesis. At this time AccuWeather meteorologists believe the heaviest snow from the storm will fall on Maine and New Brunswick, Canada, where a blizzard is forecast to unfold. A blizzard is a storm that produces snow or blowing snow with winds in excess of 35 mph and a visibility of one-quarter of a mile or less for at least three consecutive hours. There is the potential for not only a foot (30 cm) or more of snow to fall, in Maine and New Brunswick, but also the risk of hurricane-force winds and frigid air at the same time. Tremendous blowing and drifting snow is likely and some communities may be isolated for several days in the wake of the storm. Some of these same communities may be without power. The storm is likely to track close enough to the coast throw some moisture over land in the mid-Atlantic and the Southeast states. That moisture will be in the form of snow to some areas of the Atlantic coast from the northeastern corner of Florida to the coastal areas of the Carolinas and Massachusetts. Whether a few flakes or several inches of snow fall will depend on the exact track of the storm and the how quickly moisture is thrown westward as the storm strengthens. There is a chance of enough snow to make roads slippery in Wilmington, North Carolina; Atlantic City, New Jersey; New York City and Boston. A significant amount of wind-driven snow may fall on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
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Major Midwest Flooding. Wave after Wave after Wave. Volcano & Earthquake Signals.
 
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it's getting more interesting everyday. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews
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I AM BACK ONLINE! I missed you and thank you.
 
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What a weird world. Thank you for all the love and support. God bless everyone. T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews mail 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston Texas 77096
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WTF? Sun SDO Eclipse! Planet X? Earth? The Moon? Nibiru? pt. 1
 
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We've got a new mystery* in the public Solar Science community. WTF is eclipsing the Sun & why has the Solar Dynamics Observatory stopped providing us with data? Is this Doomy? I don't think so but THOR and Sage are on the case and will follow up with our thoughts and ideas. So stay tuned. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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WTF? the 100 year Bond market is crashing.
 
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This is a bad sign. A Very bad sign. Not the fact that the 100 year bond market is crashing, but the fact that there IS a 100 YEAR BOND MARKET. Who buys 100 year bonds? Apparently Pimco & Fidelity Investments and many others. Oh, our markets are so FUBAR. TY to Bloomberg for the Story http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-09-14/pimco-fidelity-stung-by-collapse-of-petrobras-s-100-year-bond Strange days, indeed. God Bless Everyone, T @NewTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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Alert! Danger! MAJOR VDay Storm Warning for California & West Coast!
 
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This one is going to do damage. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e020719.htm mike's weather page http://www.spaghettimodels.com/ models https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/ a look at the Sun https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/
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Bombogenesis Nor'Easter & MAJOR USA FLOOD & INFRASTRUCTURE PROBLEMS AHEAD
 
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it's ugly out there and it's going to get uglier. Happy Astrological & Astronomical New Year & Spring. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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MAJOR STORM COMING TO THE EAST COAST AT HIGH TIDE March 3rd
 
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You have been warned. all thanks to @crankywxguy on twitter God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews https://www.patreon.com/thornews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/THORnewsthornews THORNEWS PO BOX 35946 HOUSTON TEXAS 77235-5946 article on storms https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/soaking-rain-to-disrupt-travel-raise-flood-risk-in-northeastern-us-through-sunday/70004252 Soaking rain to disrupt travel, raise flood risk in northeastern US through Sunday A storm sweeping through the northeastern United States will bring snow and ice to parts of New England as heavy rain elevates the risk of flooding farther south. The return of mild conditions across the mid-Atlantic may have some residents itching to get outside, but they will not be able to do so without an umbrella and rain boots through Sunday. “Despite the above-normal temperatures, it will be a damp and dreary weekend,” AccuWeather Long-Range Meteorologist Max Vido said. Colder air in upstate New York and New England will allow for just enough snow and/or a wintry mix to create slick travel along portions of interstates 87, 89, 90, 91, 93 and 95 late Saturday night through Sunday. Untreated bridges and overpasses will be the first surfaces to turn icy. Temperatures in the Boston metro area are expected to be above the freezing mark at the onset of precipitation early Sunday morning, making for a mainly rain event in the city. However, areas to the north and west, such as Lowell and Worcester, Massachusetts, may receive a period of snow and ice prior to changing over to rain. Maine, where the coldest air will hang on the longest, will have the greatest potential of receiving several inches of snow from the storm. Residents farther south will not have to contend with wintry precipitation on the roadways, but travel delays may be encountered due to heavy rainfall. Flooding can occur in the northern mid-Atlantic and parts of southeastern New England, according to Vido. Stream and river water levels are high from recent rainfall across the Ohio Valley and central Appalachians. As a result, this corridor will face the greatest risk of flooding, mudslides and road washouts this weekend. As runoff from this weekend’s rain flows downstream early next week, minor to moderate flooding is projected along the Ohio River from Pittsburgh to the Ohio/West Virginia border, according to National Weather Service hydrologists. The rain will be more of a nuisance than a significant flood threat from Washington, D.C., to New York City. Airline delays are possible along this corridor due to a low cloud ceiling. Most of the central Appalachians, including Pittsburgh, will dry out by Sunday afternoon. In the wake of the storm, gusty winds will whip across the Great Lakes to end the weekend. The winds can cause flight delays and hazards for high-profile vehicles. Localized damage may also result, especially in Buffalo, New York, and other areas downwind of the lakes. Drier air will whisk away the dampness from the rest of the Northeast and bring the return of sunshine on Monday and Tuesday. It will remain quite mild with high temperatures in the 40s and 50s. Highs in the lower 60s will become more numerous across the southern mid-Atlantic for Tuesday. The Northeast’s next opportunity for rainfall and perhaps even accumulating snow will arise later in the new week. While the amount of cold air available and the track of the system remains in question, wintry weather will be possible in the North
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel tells Germans to Stockpile 10 days of Food
 
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Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel has asked fellow Germans to stockpile 10 days of Food and 5 days of Water in case of civilization collapse or some other unseen tragedy. Strange Days, indeed. God Bless everyome, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Germany plans to tell its citizens to stockpile food and water in case of an attack or catastrophe for the first time since the end of the Cold War, according to reports. The proposals, which Angela Merkel’s government is set to discuss at a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, have not yet been made public. But according to details leaked to the German press they include advice to citizens to stockpile enough food for ten days and clean drinking water for five days. “The population should be urged by appropriate means to keep two litres of drinking water per person per day,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Sontagszeitung quoted a government paper as saying. People will also be urged to keep supplies of medicines, warm blankets, coal, wood, candles, torches, batteries, matches, and reserves of cash in their homes. The authorities are to boost stocks of smallpox vaccine and antibiotics in case of biological attack, and set up reserves of petrol and oil at 140 locations around the country to ensure a supply for 90 days. Other provisions include setting up decontamination sites outside hospitals in case of nuclear, biological or chemical attack. Germany is currently on high alert after two Islamist attacks and a shooting rampage by a mentally unstable teenager last month. Berlin announced measures earlier this month to spend considerably more on its police and security forces and to create a special unit to counter cyber crime and terrorism. The government rejected accusations that the new measures amount to “scaremongering” and said they were not a reaction to the current terror threat. Johannes Dimroth, a spokesman for the interior ministry, said the proposals were a long-planned update to a government paper last revised in 1995. But opposition MPs condemned the plans. A call to stockpile food “could completely unsettle people,” Dietmar Bartsch of the Left Party said. Details of the new proposals emerged in a 69-page government paper leaked to the press. “An attack on Germany which requires a conventional defence response is unlikely,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Sontagszeitung quoted the paper as saying. “Nevertheless the country should be prepared in case of a life-threatening development which cannot be ruled out.” The new proposals hark back to the detailed West German civil defence plans of the Cold War, when the country was thought likely to be on the frontline of any conflict between the Soviet Union and the West. Generations of West Germans grew up to the sound of sirens being tested that would warn of a Soviet attack. In the aftermath of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the reunification of Germany in 1990, many civil defence measures were allowed to lapse. A review was first ordered after the 9/11 attacks in 2001 and severe flooding in Germany the following year.
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The TPP Trans Pacific Partnership has PASSED.
 
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The TPP has passed. It's good for Business and bad for People. CRAP. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/06/business/trans-pacific-partnership-trade-deal-is-reached.html?smid=tw-bna&_r=0 ATLANTA — The United States and 11 other Pacific Rim nations on Monday agreed to the largest regional trade accord in history, a potentially precedent-setting model for global commerce and worker standards that would tie together 40 percent of the world’s economy, from Canada and Chile to Japan and Australia. The Trans-Pacific Partnership still faces months of debate in Congress and will inject a new flash point into both parties’ presidential contests. But the accord — a product of nearly eight years of negotiations, including five days of round-the-clock sessions here — is a potentially legacy-making achievement for President Obama, and the capstone for his foreign policy “pivot” toward closer relations with fast-growing eastern Asia, after years of American preoccupation with the Middle East and North Africa. Mr. Obama spent recent days contacting world leaders to seal the deal. Administration officials have repeatedly pressed their contention that the partnership would build a bulwark against China’s economic influence, and allow the United States and its allies — not Beijing — to set the standards for Pacific commerce. The Pacific accord would phase out thousands of import tariffs as well as other barriers to international trade. It also would establish uniform rules on corporations’ intellectual property, open the Internet even in communist Vietnam and crack down on wildlife trafficking and environmental abuses. Several potentially deal-breaking disputes kept the ministers talking through the weekend and forced them repeatedly to reschedule the promised Sunday announcement of the deal into the evening and beyond. Final compromises covered commercial protections for drug makers’ advanced medicines, more open markets for dairy products and sugar, and a slow phaseout — over two to three decades — of the tariffs on Japan’s autos sold in North America. Yet the trade agreement almost certainly will encounter stiff opposition. Its full 30-chapter text will not be available for perhaps a month, but labor unions, environmentalists and liberal activists are poised to argue that the agreement favors big business over workers and environmental protection. Donald Trump has repeatedly castigated the Pacific trade accord as “a bad deal,” injecting conservative populism into the debate and emboldening some congressional Republicans who fear for local interests like sugar and rice, and many conservatives who oppose Mr. Obama at every turn. Strange days indeed. God Bless everyone, T @newTHOR on Twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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Quadruple Red Alert! Coronal Hole. Storm. Comet. Floods & ICE. 1/2 of America & Europe.
 
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This situation is unfolding to be a doozy. We're looking at a nasty snow-sleet-ice-rain-floods possible tornado storm starting Friday & through the Weekend. The Sun has a Major Coronal Hole. Comet 46/p Wirtanen is 10 days from it's close Earth approach. It's going to get more interesting than it already is. Stay Cool. God Bless Everyone. TGod bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e120618.htm mike's weather page http://www.spaghettimodels.com/ models https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/ a look at the Sun https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/ https://weather.com/forecast/regional/news/2018-12-05-texas-gulf-coast-flood-threat Soaking Rain May Trigger Flooding From Texas to the Southeast Friday Into the Weekend
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Monster Storm to Hit the Pacific Northwest Coast tomorrow! 36 foot waves 100 mph winds  & Flooding
 
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The left over remnant of Typhoon Songda is set to strike the Pacific Northwest USA Coast tomorrow bringing 36 foot waves, 100 Mile Per Hour Winds and over 22 inches of rainfall. Tornadoes are already underway. This is a big scary storm. God Bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo https://weather.com/storms/severe/news/northwest-washington-oregon-storms-impacts An EF2 tornado was confirmed in Manzanita, Oregon, by the National Weather Service in Portland. A second tornado spun up in Oceanside. Several buildings were damaged, along with power poles, trees and street signs. More than 6,000 customers around Oregon were without power as storms continue to hit the region. A rare occurrence shook the West Coast Friday, when two confirmed tornadoes tore through Tillamook County, Oregon. One of the twisters tore through the town of Manzanita, Oregon, in the morning, leaving damage in its wake. A second tornado was spotted in Oceanside. The National Weather Service in Portland later rated the former twister an EF2. Social media photos and videos show a funnel cloud that started over the Pacific and then came ashore into Manzanita. Tillamook County Sheriff Andy Long confirmed to KEZI that two blocks of the city were hit, but that no injuries have been reported as of yet. Mayor Gary Bullard issued a state of emergency, the Tillamook Headlight Herald reported. "It was a normal beach storm, which we get a lot of, and then out of nowhere the wind went 'whoooo," business owner Debbie Harmon told the Associated Press. "Suddenly the whole sky was filled with debris. It was just crazy. And then it just stopped." The storm damaged several buildings in town and took down trees, power lines around the city, the Tillamook Pioneer Press reported on Facebook. The Tillamook County Emergency Management Agency called the damage "severe and heavy," the Oregonian reports. “They're setting up a command center at the old Manzanita Fire Station in downtown Manzanita," the post read. "Red Cross is en route. ... There's a power pole arcing along Highway 101 in Wheeler, too. Best not to be out driving in the Nehalem Bay area right now.” The paper also reported that one woman was trapped in her house due to downed trees blocking the entrance. The funnel is only the second tornado to hit the state this year, said weather.com senior meteorologist Jonathan Erdman, the only other touching down on June 8 in Wheeler County. Prior to today, there had been only 4 tornadoes on record since 1950 in Tillamook County, Erdman said. The last occurred on Sep. 18, 1997. ong told AP that two businesses were destroyed and one home is uninhabitable after the storm. Other homes sustained roof damage. A Red Cross shelter was opened for those affected. In Oceanside, a second tornado was confirmed about 40 minutes later, KVAL.com reports. There were no damages or injuries reported. The Oregon Department of Transportation said small landslides and high water shut down lanes and coastal routes Thursday and Friday, according to OregonLive.com. Elsewhere in the state, thousands are without power as a series of strong storms continues to batter the region. According to the Associated Press, Portland General Electric reported that more than 4,000 customers were without power at 5 a.m. Friday. Pacific Power reported that 2,800 customers in coastal communities had no lights, down from a peak of more than 15,000. A father and his four-year-old son were injured in Seattle when a tree branch fell on top of them Friday, according to the National Weather Service. The father sustained minor injuries and the son sustained serious injuries. Puget Sound Energy responded to scattered outages that affected thousands Friday in Washington. Torrential rains, lashing winds with hurricane-force gusts along the coast and the potential for massive power outages are all headed toward the Pacific Northwest over the next few days with meteorologists saying the deluge headed our direction could be of "historic" proportions. The looming succession of storms was concerning enough for Cliff Mass, a professor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Washington, to draw parallels between what we are facing over the next few days and the infamous 1962 Columbus Day Storm. "The Columbus Day Storm had its origin as Typhoon Frieda, taking over a week to get across the Pacific," Mass wrote on his popular weather blog. "Our Saturday storm started as Typhoon Songda, which is now moving towards us as it transforms into an extratropical (midlatitude) storm. Both of these storms retained some of their tropical "juice" with lots of moisture and tight, strong low pressure centers."
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Solar Storms cause unexplained Phenomena near Earth!
 
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Scientists are baffled, befuddled & dumbfounded at the strange anomalies the Sun creates near Earth.Crazy! God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo the article https://phys.org/news/2017-03-solar-storms-trigger-phenomena-earth.html Solar storms trigger surprising phenomena close to Earth In connection with violent solar eruptions, large variations occur in electron density in the ionosphere over Greenland, which interferes with GPH navigation signals as well as flight and satellite communication. The figure Eruptions on the Sun's surface send clouds of electrically charged particles towards Earth, producing solar storms that—among other things—can trigger the beautiful Northern Lights over the Arctic regions. But the storms may also have a strong impact on the efficiency of communication and navigation systems at high latitudes. It is therefore important to study the phenomena. New research from DTU Space and University of New Brunswick (Prof. Richard Langley), NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Dr. Attila Komjathy) and University of Illinois (Dr. Mark D. Butala) shows that, apparently, there is a surprising and unknown mechanism in play during solar storms. During solar storms, large bursts of electrons are usually sent into the part of Earth's atmosphere called the ionosphere, which starts about 80 kilometres above the Earth. This phenomenon occurs especially at high latitudes. It happens because the magnetic field created by the eruption on the Sun interferes with the Earth's magnetic field. It opens, so to speak, up to allow particles and electrons—that would otherwise be reflected—to penetrate the ionosphere. It is a known phenomenon. But it turns out that electrons at the same time disappear from large areas, which has not been demonstrated earlier. "We made extensive measurements in connection with a specific solar storm over the Arctic in 2014, and here we found that electrons in large quantities are virtually vacuum-cleaned from areas extending over 500 to 1,000 kilometres. It takes place just south of an area with heavy increases in electron density, known as patches," says Professor Per Høeg from DTU Space. The results of the research were recently published on the front page of the renowned scientific journal Radio Science. The discovery is an important piece in the jigsaw puzzle of understanding solar storms and their impact on the Earth's ionosphere. It's a surprising discovery that we hadn't anticipated. We can see that it happens, but we don't know why. However, other datasets from Canada indirectly support our new observations," says Per Høeg. Dramatic changes in magnetic field The explanation of the phenomenon should probably be found in the geomagnetic processes in the Earth's magnetic field in a direction away from the Sun. The composition of the magnetic field undergoes dramatic changes in the area between the solar wind and the Earth's magnetic field, triggering powerful burst of energy. "The forerunner to the phenomenon is a violent eruption on the Sun's surface—also known as coronal mass ejections or CME, where bubbles of hot plasma and gas in the form of particles, electrons, and a magnetic field are hurled in the direction of the Earth," says Per Høeg. As the geomagnetic solar storm took place in the ionosphere over the Arctic in February 2014, it was measured via satellites and land-based measuring stations. Among other things, via the GPS network GNET in Greenland—which DTU helps run—via DTU's geomagnetic measuring stations, the global navigation system GPS, and various American and Canadian satellites. Thus, large data volumes from the solar storm were recorded. The research extends far beyond the discovery that electrons are pulled out during solar storms. Tibor Durgonics, PhD student at DTU Space and main author of the new article in Radio Science: "There are two aspects of this research. It can both be used for a number of practical purposes, and then there is a theoretical part which is about achieving a better basic understanding of these phenomena. "Our work can contribute to making navigation more reliable during ionospheric storms in the Arctic region. Our new research has enabled us to identify a number of critical factors that affect the quality of satellite-based navigation, and to assess the probability of when these factors may occur. At a more theoretical level, we have found out that during solar storms, electrons are removed in the ionosphere, which is the opposite of what you intuitively would expect." When the magnetic field from solar eruptions hits the Earth's magnetic field in the ionosphere, their
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Ceres is a Planet in our inner Sol system & probably has LIFE. WTF NASA?
 
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www.youtube.com/thornews Welcome to Ceres the series part 1. Where, I, THOR now feel like Indiana Jones if he were a pseudo Astronomer. My mind is a bit blown. I did my due diligence on this planet and am jaw droppingly gobbstopped. Ceres. She is a planet planetoid dwarf planet Asteroid #1 found on January 1st 1801. And then it starts to get weird. Welcome to part one. Oh boy. www.youtube.com/thornews www.facebook.com/thornewsgo @NewThor on Twitter CRAZY
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Storms & Beer.
 
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3.9 Magnitude Mississippi Earthquake & Planetary Orbital Angular Momentum & New Madrid EQ
 
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I've see the range on the EQ from 3.7 to 3.9. Prepare for more east coast Earthquakes over the next 6 years. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e010319.htm mike's weather page http://www.spaghettimodels.com/ models https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/ a look at the Sun https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/
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8 times the size of Jupiter! A giant Hercolubus like planet  breaks Science theories!
 
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Scientists are in a panic as their wobbly Accretion Disc Theory enters shaky ground and is called into question when a massive gas giant eight times the size of Jupiter is discovered orbiting very close to a very young star. Grab your popcorn! We've got Brown Dwarf news. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo The Article http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2016/05/planet-eight-times-size-of-jupiter-discovered-orbiting-a-young-star-nixes-accepted-theory.html "For decades, conventional wisdom held that large Jupiter-mass planets take a minimum of 10 million years to form," said Christopher Johns-Krull, the lead author of a new study about the planet, CI Tau b, that will be published in the Astrophysical Journal. "That's been called into question over the past decade, and many new ideas have been offered, but the bottom line is that we need to identify a number of newly formed planets around young stars if we hope to fully understand planet formation." In contradiction to the long-standing idea that larger planets take longer to form, U.S. astronomers today announced the discovery of a giant planet in close orbit around a star so young that it still retains a disk of circumstellar gas and dust. CI Tau b is at least eight times larger than Jupiter and orbits a 2 million-year-old star about 450 light years from Earth in the constellation Taurus. Johns-Krull and a dozen co-authors from Rice, Lowell Observatory, the University of Texas at Austin, NASA and Northern Arizona University made the peer-reviewed study available online this week. Earth and the sun are more than 4 billion years old, and while the 3,300-plus catalog of exoplanets includes some older and some younger than Earth, the obstacles to finding planets around newly formed stars are varied and daunting, Johns-Krull said. There are relatively few candidate stars that are young enough, bright enough to view in sufficient detail with existing telescopes and still retain circumstellar disks of gas and dust from which planets form. Stars so young also are often active, with visual outbursts and dimmings, strong magnetic fields and enormous starspots that can make it appear that planets exist where they do not. CI Tau b orbits the star CI Tau once every nine days. The planet was found with the radial velocity method, a planet-hunting technique that relies upon slight variations in the velocity of a star to determine the gravitational pull exerted by nearby planets that are too faint to observe directly with a telescope. The discovery resulted from a survey begun in 2004 of 140 candidate stars in the star-forming region Taurus-Auriga. "This result is unique because it demonstrates that a giant planet can form so rapidly that the remnant gas and dust from which the young star formed, surrounding the system in a Frisbee-like disk, is still present," said Lisa Prato of Lowell Observatory, co-leader of the young planet survey and a co-author on the paper. "Giant planet formation in the inner part of this disk, where CI Tau b is located, will have a profound impact on the region where smaller terrestrial planets are also potentially forming." Initial optical radial velocity data from McDonald Observatory confirmed that a planet might be present, and the team added photometry measurements from Lowell and five years of infrared observations from Hawaii, Kitt Peak and McDonald to rule out the possibility that the optical signal resulted from starspots or another masking phenomenon.
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Understanding the Language of Horses
 
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https://www.youtube.comthornews That's right! I've decoded Horse speak! Marvelous! Carry on. Enjoy. Peace. Your pal, T Hey. You can follow me on the facebook if yee like. http://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Welcome to the THORnews @NewThor
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BIG STORM Warning for Hawaii &  Maya wreaks havoc on Washington & West Coast
 
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We've got a nasty situation in the pacific that is a danger for Hawaii on the 10th/11th and a possible danger to California on the 13th as Winter Storm Maya drops major snow in the Pacific Northwest. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e020719.htm mike's weather page http://www.spaghettimodels.com/ models https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/ a look at the Sun https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/ https://weather.com/news/news/2019-02-08-winter-storm-maya-impacts-seattle-northwest-washington-oregon Winter Storm Maya Grinds Seattle's Afternoon Commute to a Halt; Emergency Declared in Washington Winter Storm Maya arrived in the Northwest Friday, and Seattle residents scrambled to get home. About 300 flights in and out of Sea-Tac have been canceled for Friday and Saturday. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency as the storm arrived. Seattle and other parts of Washington and the Pacific Northwest felt the full wrath of Winter Storm Maya as heavy snow fell Friday. In Washington, Gov. Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency as conditions worsened Friday afternoon. "Weather forecasters predict this may be a storm unlike one we've seen in many years," the governor said in the release. Snow had started to fall on Washington's Olympic Peninsula and in the higher terrain elsewhere. Along the Olympic Peninsula, towns that hardly see a few inches of accumulating snow per season picked up a foot or more in one day. Twitter Ads info and privacy Flakes begin to fall in the Seattle metro area about 1:30 p.m. local time. As the snow increased in intensity, traffic slowed to a crawl. Many businesses and schools, including the Seattle, Tacoma and Edmonds school districts, decided to close early Friday in advance of the snow, the Seattle Times reported. East of Tacoma, a woman fell through the ice on a pond while walking her dog in the city of Edgewood Friday afternoon, according to KOMO News. Emergency crews responded to the scene and pulled her to safety, the report added. Emergency shelters for the homeless were prepared in Seattle and surrounding King County on Friday, the Seattle Times said in a separate report. “This is an extreme weather event, and offering shelter is the most important thing we can do right now,” said Will Lemke, spokesman for the Seattle Human Services Department. “Public health and safety concerns remain, but life safety is our primary concern as temperatures plunge and snow falls.” The storm also had already made an impact on air travel. More than 200 flights into and out of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport To the south, residents in Portland packed supermarkets to grab supplies before the snowstorm arrived, and schools canceled weekend activities, according to the Associated Press. Oregonian. Unusually Strong Hawaii Storm This Weekend May Bring Damaging Winds, Unprecedented Coastal Flooding, NWS Says An unusually intense storm will hammer Hawaii this weekend with widespread high winds, potentially damaging coastal flooding in unusual locations of the island chain Hawaii's typically tranquil weather is usually dominated by subtropical high pressure and northeast trade winds, providing plenty of sunshine downwind of the islands These storms approach the islands from the northwest or west, with moisture-laden south to southwest winds, the opposite of the typical trade winds. Kona storms typically soak most of the islands, including those areas to the west and southwest of the volcanic peaks This weekend's storm is a strange one. Not quite a classic kona storm Instead of approaching from the west or northwest, this storm will plunge from south of the Aleutian Islands Friday to near the Hawaiian Island chain Resembling a cresting wave, strong high pressure building north of the storm will force it to track due south, setting up a blocking pattern known as a Rex block. The surface low will quickly intensify into the 980s millibars, a central pressure with some typical intense Northeast U.S. coastal storms known as nor'easters. The upper-level core of this storm may be among the coldest for this part of the central Pacific in the last 40 Given the intensity of this storm, high winds won't simply be pinned to the highest elevations. strong, possibly damaging north to northwest winds are expected this weekend not simply over the higher volcanic peaks, but also downwind of the mountains, potentially including parts of the Honolulu metro area, and any areas particularly exposed to north to northwest winds. One rough analog to this is the downslope windstorms that occur along the Front Range of the Rockies from Montana to Wyoming and Colorado.
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California Floods: 3 more storms in next 10 days & 2 Reservoirs over Capacity.
 
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This spring is going to be a wild and dangerous ride. Don't be scared. Be Prepared & now is the time to work together. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e22819.htm mike's weather page http://www.spaghettimodels.com/ models https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/ a look at the Sun https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/ https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/next-pacific-storm-to-take-aim-at-california-this-weekend/70007573 Next Pacific storm to take aim at California this weekend Following devastating flooding at midweek, California residents will have a short window of time to prepare for the next storm, set to arrive late on Friday. "The first precipitation associated with the weekend storm should move onshore Friday night, with the bulk of the moisture streaming into the state on Saturday," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Kyle Elliott. Areas recently hit hard by heavy rain and dangerous flooding can receive more rainfall this weekend. This includes places such as the San Francisco and Santa Rosa areas as well as Guerneville, which was evacuated as floodwaters overflowed from Russian River on Tuesday. Water levels will rise again, and areas that escaped the worst impacts from flooding and mudslides earlier this week may experience them this time. It will be important to plan ahead in order to protect property and livelihoods, and to stay up to date on local warnings and evacuation notices. While residents of these areas should prepare for worsened flood conditions, the heaviest rain is expected to land farther south. The highest rainfall totals are expected in the foothills of the Sierras as well as over coastal areas. Road closures are likely as flooding and mudslides make stretches of highway, including Highway 1, impassable. Anyone on the road should drive with extreme caution, as low visibility and standing water can make driving extremely hazardous in times of heavy rain. Motorists should keep an eye out for downed trees and mudslides and never attempt to traverse a flooded roadway. Extensive airline delays are possible as heavy rain, low visibility and gusty winds batter the region on Saturday. Ski resort workers will need to keep their plows and shovels handy, as another round of heavy snow is also on tap with several feet of fresh accumulation possible. Dry weather is expected to overspread the state on Saturday night, this time lasting for a few days before the next storm moves onshore next Tuesday or Wednesday. The weekend storm will provide another fresh influx of cool air, maintaining the unusually chilly weather that has been in place in California over the past couple of weeks. This has prevented downtown Los Angeles from reaching 70 degrees Fahrenheit in February, the first time this has happened in more than 100 years of record keeping.
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Alert! Aprill 11 Bombogenesis Blizzard Land Hurricane could be Record Breaking!
 
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I pray I am wrong but I ask you to prepare for the worst and pray for the best possible outcome. God bless everyone, T https://www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison https://www.paypal.me/thornews send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Tx 77096 Leakcon 2019 Denver May 18th and 19th LeakCon2019 is SOLD OUT but you can still be there bu purchasing the livestream. It's the only way... LeakCon2019 Live-Stream https://bit.ly/2TTbPIq https://leakcon2019.ticketspice.com/leakcon2019 latest crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e040819.htm https://weather.com/forecast/regional/news/2019-04-05-plains-midwest-storm-snow-wind-rain A strong storm is likely to develop in the Plains by Wednesday. Heavy snow is increasingly likely in parts of the Plains and upper Midwest. This includes areas still dealing with flooding, including parts of the Missouri Valley. High winds may lead to blizzard conditions later Wednesday into Thursday. Some severe thunderstorms are also possible, which may spread to the East Coast. Winter Storm Wesley will wring out some snow in the high country of the Rockies, Cascades and Sierra Nevada into Tuesday. Wednesday, we expect the surface low to be intensifying somewhere over the central Plains, with a broad area of rain or snow and strong winds from the High Plains to the upper Midwest. In some areas, precipitation may start as rain, then change over to wet snow. By Thursday, we expect the center of Winter Storm Wesley to be somewhere near the upper Midwest, with wind-driven wet snow on its northwestern flank, with rain and even some thunderstorms east of the front from parts of the Midwest and Ohio Valley southward into the Tennessee Valley. By Friday, Wesley should be weakening, with lingering snow in upper Mississippi Valley and northern Great Lakes. As it reaches the East, it will mainly produce rain and thunderstorms, even into northern New England.
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