Saturday, August 28, 2010

Five years after Katrina, Earth is very different. Drier and hotter.

UNISYS Infrared GOES East Satellite (click here for 12 your loop)
August 28, 2010
2330 z

August 28, 2010
2330 z
Southeast USA along the Gulf of Mexico where the dispersed oil still lives below the surface exists.  If that isn't a rotation centered storm doesn't ask me what is.  Right along the Louisiana and Mississippi border where Katrina came inland five years ago.
Atlantic Ocean Satellite
August 28, 2010

The explosion along the Equator is unique and due to the high heat of Earth.  Africa's jungles have provided the water vapor needed to start the churning.

Tropical Storm Earl may prove to be a problem.  In 2005 there were two additional Cat 5 storms.  2010 is beginning to look like 2005 condensed in a week

Until Sunday evening.  Oh, yeah, I don't accept Murdoch's apology for planning their meeting on the steps of a historical event where the minority sponsored event SHOULD HAVE BEEN.  Murdoch could have rescheduled their corporate event until another day IF they actually respected Dr. King's memory.

Earl expected to intensify as it moves toward islands  (click title to entry - thank you)
By DANIEL SHEA, reporter, Daily News Staff
Published: August 28, 2010

...By that point, Tropical Storm Earl is expected to be Hurricane Earl, which is projected to be in the area of a Category 1 or 2 hurricane, Seeley said.
The National Hurricane Center is expecting Earl develop into a hurricane by 2 p.m. Sunday....

Before all this mess gets too carried away. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. did not leave his dream up for grabs. It has a home in case no one did their homework. (click title to entry - thank you)

The Southern Christian Leadership Conference has a long and distinguished history.

In recent times the SCLC has been undergoing some scandal with complaints of embezzlement, but, that is really the only 'spot' on its soul.

The men of the King movement claimed their future and how the USA would remember this painful time and struggle.

There really isn't much else to say.  It really is a settled matter.  As a matter of fact, the 'vision' of the SCLC has a global view and expands widely on the movement that began after the Montgomery Bus Boycott that began with the arrest of Rosa Parks.

End of Discussion.

There is this book in case folks want to read for a deeper understanding.  It is free to anyone interested.

"Essays on the American Civil Rights Movement" (click here)