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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

From Australia'a Over Foaming Sea to Russia's Snowpocalypse, Climate Change Is Coming To An Unopportunity near you

The world is perilous and changing. There is no guaranty of tomorrow. And with Congress barely scrapping by $50 billion of money we have to borrow against an already impossible debt to clean up New York and New Jersey, how much you think will be left for the 1 of a dozen catastrophes that is on the way to disrupt your life sooner rather than later.

Staten Island is already resembling the lower ninth ward in New Orleans and looks to remain that way for a long time to come.

So it's not the bed bugs nor new Tlds that are out to bite you, it's mother's nature revenges. She bats last and ahas been working out.

Does it make sense to make domains the center of your universe during challenging times like these?

My advice is to stop chasing rainbows. There's no time for that now. And every penny wasted on domains without a purpose could cost you a life-sustaning piece of bread crust should you be among those hit.

Go ahead and laugh at me. but the victims of Japan's Tsunami aren't laughing. Nor the forrest fires in Colorado. Nor the farmers who lost a years crop due to drought. Individually any one of these evnts could prove the end game. But collectively and the fact we are talking all in the last 15 months, is fair warning that the end of days may not be as the Mayans expected, but hell is certainly on the way.

There is also the smog in China (thank you for taking our factories, our jobs for you bought us time) "Hazardous smog was covering Beijing on Tuesday, reducing visibility to less than 200 meters (200 yards) in parts of Chinese capital while forcing the cancellation of airline flights and the closure of highways, Chinese state media reported.Citizens were fed up with the hazardous air. The latest blanket of smog, which began to cover the eastern China area on Monday, is the fourth to menace the area since the beginning of the year.Dangerous smog blankets Beijing Beijing experiences terrible air quality 'I haven't seen the sun' in four days"

Fresh from the World Economic Summit at Davos "Continued stress on the global economic system is positioned to absorb the attention of leaders for the foreseeable future. Meanwhile, the Earth’s environmental system is simultaneously coming under increasing stress. Future simultaneous shocks to both systems could trigger the “perfect global storm”, with potentially insurmountable consequences. On the economic front, global resilience is being tested by bold monetary and austere fiscal policies. On the environmental front, the Earth’s resilience is being tested by rising global temperatures and extreme weather events that are likely to become more frequent and severe. A sudden and massive collapse on one front is certain to doom the other’s chance of developing an effective, long-term solution."


Heatwave and severe weather off Australia's shores has brought phenomenal volumes of sea foam into eastern coastal towns and cities. The curious anomaly has brought the throngs outdoors for some Australian January summertime fun.
Photos and story via RT: Unrelenting snowfalls have caused unprecedented chaos in Russia. Over the past week, the country has seen scores of traffic accidents, flight delays and, in some cases, the complete isolation of some remote settlements and towns.

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On Friday, Moscow was on a verge of traffic collapse as more than 10 inches of snow fell on the city, which is more than half of January’s average.
Thousands of passengers were stranded overnight in the capital’s major airports, as several dozen flights were delayed.
Muscovites woke up and found their cars, driveways and houses buried under a thick layer of snow, with city workers unable to get to smaller streets.
Moscow’s Yandex app showed traffic at level 10, the highest possible, as strong winds created blizzard conditions and built imposing snow drifts.
Falling snow and ice caused many accidents due to poor visibility and bad road conditions. Moscow witnessed a 13-kilometer jam on MKAD, one of the city's main highways, reducing speeds to 10 to 25 kph in the capital.
More than 12,000 snow removal trucks worked around-the-clock to clean up the mess, but their efforts did little, with the city coming to an effective standstill.

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