Sunday, November 17, 2013

You know, I just don't want to hear the deniers anymore.

November 18, 2013
UNISYS Water Vapor Satellite of North and West Hemisphere (click here for 12 hour loop - thank you)

The northern ICZ is still displaced and there is no water vapor repopulating of this equatorial boundary. 

This is a phenomena not known to Earth in recorded history. The ICZ migrates, but, not this. I am waiting to see when it will become ? normal ? again. This is unbelievable. 

Water vapor in the wrong place kills.

An active tornado is seen through a window as it touches down in Washington, Illinois on November 17, 2013, in this combination of three still images captured from a video courtesy of Anthony Khoury.


I am keeping my head down myself, so tonight is not a good night for me to be on the net.

November 19, 2013
UNISYS Water Vapor Satellite of the USA (click here for 12 hour loop)

Good Night.

Conquering depravity. Proving the element of 'man made' crisis.

It is important in countries like Saudi Arabia and other nations undergoing radical change such as Egypt and more like Libya and Syria that people understand this is a Climate Crisis and not evil or wrath from God. Weather and adversity in nations based in subsistence can be agitated to adverse outcomes by radical extremists that will use any method to destroy a nation's trust in their benevolent government. Sophistication is important to peace. Dispelling fear and replacing it with knowledge can help move a nation to a place of peace and productivity. It is a dangerous time for the Mideast, so any abnormality can be used against a populous. The politics of depravity.

It is my opinion that man-made crisis results when there is ignorance of the natural world as provided by any god's will and/or the willingness to live within Earth's benevolence.

Turning an entire planet into a source of wealth over it's profound purpose of supporting life is not only foolishness, it is complete irreverence to any overlord.

I am not alone in my point of view.

"Environmental threats (click here) are among the most grave impediments to lifting human development … The longer action is delayed, the higher the cost will be," warns the report, which builds on the 2011 edition looking at sustainable development.
"Environmental inaction, especially regarding climate change, has the potential to halt or even reverse human development progress. The number of people in extreme poverty could increase by up to 3 billion by 2050 unless environmental disasters are averted by co-ordinated global action," said the UN.
Ignorance in understanding complex systems can happen to the most benevolent of leaders. First the brain trust has to exist and secondly it has to be valued.
Pope Francis seeks to favor lifting misery of the poor which in many instances is Third World and very susceptible to droughts and deluge. When faced with these problems the Third World finds death and not just misery.

In reaction to "Earth Hour":

This is a laudable event, (click here) very significant and symbolic, because it will tell us that there is indeed a global unity. The urgency to protect the global environment and conserve energy remains critical.
The disruption in power will certainly affect critical sectors of the economy. The production and services of these sectors will be disrupted; this would mean cut in productivity. Of course security is another issue, and the Ministry of Interior is expected to provide safeguards against elements taking advantage of the situation.
– Dr. Ali Muhammad Al-Shukri, professor of physics at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM)
Very few people in Saudi Arabia know about Earth Hour. However, the idea behind the event that encourages people to turn off lights is good. But the issue of global warming is so serious that the world should observe Earth Hour at least once a month. There is a need to create awareness among people at all levels on how important it is to turn off lights that are not in use.
– Saad Al-Nufie, general prosecutor, Riyadh
I have a big house with 10 high-power electric bulbs. I usually ask my wife and children to turn off lights that are not in use. However, I will make sure that on Saturday my house and in my neighborhood participate in Earth Hour.
– Faiz Al-Ahmari, educationist and PR manager, Riyadh

The proof of the danger when water vapor enters the air mass. This is the legacy of the petroleum industry and the Climate Crisis.

November 17, 2013
UNISYS image of north and west hemisphere (click here for 12 hour loop -thank you)

Yesterday I noted a movement of the northern ICZ to a radically north displacement while the southern ICZ joined with Mediterranean Sea water vapor to cause sincere danger in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Below is the movement north of the water vapor, eleven hours ago. The northern ICZ is repopulating it's water vapor after being robbed of so much yesterday.

The infrared image at the top of this entry is the infrared satellite as it exists right now. Easily noted is the movement now of the water vapor on a northeast track into the air mass decending from the Arctic. 

By Mark Torregrossa | For 
on November 17, 2013 at 8:15 AM, updated November 17, 2013 at 8:52 AM

Widespread (click here) severe weather is likely this afternoon and evening in Lower Michigan. There is even a high chance of tornadoes, some of which could be strong with long lasting tracks. Along with isolated tornadoes, more widespread damaging winds are likely....

November 17, 2013
UNISYS Satellite Radar Plot (click here for 12 hour loop - thank you)

This is the front that formed from that ICZ water vapor movement. The turbulence is fueled by the very PROPERTIES of water vapor. Why did this happen? Because we know that Earth's physics seek to resolve heat imbalance throughout it's troposphere. It is physics, it can't be changed and if it were this would no longer be Earth. Did the occurrence in Saudi Arabia and this movement of the northern ICZ have a relationship, I am confident they did.

Earth is on a path to a homogenous troposphere. It will continue to resolve it's heat imbalance through very powerful planetary forces. Those forces must be fueled by the very existence of water vapor and Earth will seek to find that water vapor anywhere in order to resolve that imbalance in the troposphere. That is the danger of the Climate Crisis and high levels of Greenhouse Gases. Earth will find a homostatic balance and the physics takes no prisoners.

What happened in Saudi Arabia?

To the right are the anticipated highs in Saudi Arabia today. Immediately below are anticipated lows.

This information is from Accuweather (click here).

The accumulated temperature picture is not yet complete for November, but, below is the average highs and lows from October.

The information to the October graph is here.

What occurred to Riyadh yesterday was movement of Arctic air to a tropical environment. It obviously is a rarity in this region of the world. But, Earth demands it's satisfaction and it will have it.

To the left is The Weather Channel satellite of Africa-Europe. Noted is the southern ICZ crossing the Atlantic Ocean from South America, rising along the eastern African border crossing in the same place as yesterday and dipping to cross southern Egypt to Saudi Arabia. The current movement is somewhat static, so the Saudis need to keep warn and dry.

Current Weather in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia by The Weather Channel (click here)

Saudi Arabia's skies usually are cloudy 10% of the time during the year. 

Is Kerry a wrecking ball? Absolutely. But, he is also a great Secretary of State.

He had a rough start when his wife became ill. They are a wonderful couple and a turbulent world was passed on to him from Secretary Clinton at a delicate time in his personal life. I think he is exceptional.

One has to realize what Secretary Kerry is leading as a wrecking ball. He is dismantling war. That is a real threat to a Neocon like McCain. It is not only a real threat to the political dogma of the Right Wing that is a real threat to Israel. Israel exists because of it's successful strategy, however, it did not do it alone and sometimes Israel loses sight of that reality in pushing their settlement strategy.

The settlements are more than a religious directive, which it is, but is a method of extending the sovereign authority over the lands within Israel's borders. Palestine currently exists within the borders of another nation. The Palestinian nation is fragmented within Israel and to that end it does not have a traditional definition of sovereignty. Somehow, Israel never gets it right. Traditional definitions don't apply in the Israel and Palestinian circumstance. As a matter of fact, that is the very real challenge of the peace process between these two nations within the same borders of one country. 

Additionally, Israel has been very clever in it's survival in the Mideast. It's diplomacy has been successful to advance relations with other local nations, but, not Iran. Why? Because Iran had a nasty President that lied about the Holocaust for his political purposes? 

Yes and no.

What religious alliance is Iran an icon?

The Shi'ites. 

Who does Israel have good relations? 

Primarily Sunni nations.

Having Sunni nations as preferred friends sets Israel in a safety zone. I mean there is a reason for that, namely Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad and Hamas. But, the Sunnis are NOT completely innocent in their ability to back radicals. Israel sometimes forget that. There is nothing preventing Sunni nations to back radicals from madrassas that still exist in these countries, including some of the most radical madrassas in Pakistan.

So, to say these circumstances are complicated is an understatement. Add to that the changes in these nations called "The Arab Spring." It becomes a real challenge to settle the circumstances of the Palestinian challenge to Israel. Israel is all too comfortable with aggression as a way to manage it's sovereignty. It is difficult for them to realize peace is possible when rockets come of it's borders. 

What the current leadership forgets is "The Sharon Doctrine." I loved his bravery and vision. He was incredible. No one will ever taint his leadership with thoughts of failure. He was magnificent in seeking an answer for Israel and it has not exactly failed.

What Former Prime Minister Sharon realized as once Israel's Defense Minister is that a peace was possible, but, it would be necessary to defend from decades of 'canned hatred' by the Palestinians regardless of the civility of its leadership. With that reality came Gaza. It was traumatic to uproot so many of his own people to actually provide land, precious land, to the Palestinians and Hamas no less. But, he knew it was necessary and important for Israel to show tolerance and acceptance.

The process for peace in any country, including the entire region and Europe and Russia, in the case with Iran is not simple. There are many forces at work and all those forces have to be identified, realized to their place in the process and then finding a path forward while reassurances to the words of any agreement. The words have to be validated with actions, otherwise they are mute regardless of their magnificence. 

But, the stakes are high, including the hate mongers in the USA. Those that find fear a real uptick to political dogmas to win elections in the USA is also a threat to the peace processes. Today, with the extremists in the USA Congress I am confident the USA is sometimes a skeptical partner.

The Neocons do NOT have the answer. This is not WWII where the USA has wars off both coasts and there is no immediate military solution on it's western border. But, memories of easy victories go along way when Veterans becomes icons of political intent.

So, does Secretary Kerry have his work cut out for him? You betcha. But, to date he has shown the will and way forward. I have confidence he will continue to knock down the barriers to peace and be a wrecking ball to hatred and war.