Sunday, November 29, 2015

...traveling to home. It was a great trip with a great American family. 

Until tomorrow AM.

Thank you so very much for your interest.

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Climate change affects the things you love. #OursToLose

The climate crisis is real. There are no doubts.

November 29, 2015
04:00 PM EST
Intellicast Wind Chill map 

Add to that Hurricane Sandra from the East Pacific.

November 27, 2015
By James Samenow

Hurricane Sandra, (click here) which became the strongest tropical cyclone ever observed in the western hemisphere so late in the year on Thanksgiving day, is bearing down on Mexico’s west coast.
The historic, though rapidly weakening storm is expected to make landfall near Mazatlan Saturday, and some of its moisture will be drawn into the south central U.S.

While still packing 100 mph winds, Sandra is most notable for what it once was, rather than what it will become. The storm achieved category 4 intensity on Thursday, with sustained winds to 145 mph. Weather Underground’s Jeff Masters and Bob Henson described the unprecedented feat:...

Below is a satellite from November 21, 2015 showing a very odd formation that will become Hurricane Sandra. It drew energy from the Gulf of Mexico and than traveled the near shore of western Mexico into the southern USA directly over Texas.

November 21, 2015
UNISYS water vapor satellite of north and west hemisphere (click here for 12 hour loop - thank you) 

This is a hemispheric view of the northern hemisphere. At 6:00 o'clock is Hurricane Sandra on November 25, 2015. This photo also shows Hurricane Sandra moving from a Gulf of Mexico movement into a northeast movement.

This has been an unprecedented hurricane season in the East Pacific. It rivals 2005 when Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma set a record season.

There are 32 named storms (click here) in the east Pacific. The storms most to the west of this view of the Pacific passed into the satellites of the East Pacific toward Asia.

Below is the current conditions at Hawaii. (click here) There is high surf advisories and small craft advisories because of the turbulence of the Pacific and these storms. This is not a chronic condition for Hawaii surf.

And Alaska (click here) has the same problems at it's southern border where it meets the east Pacific Ocean.

Alaska receives turbulence on a regular basis, but, rarely to this extent including the shoreline of southern Alaska to the western border of the islands.

The Climate Crisis is real and continues to kill people globally as well as citizens of the USA. 

Deaths and missing continue.

November 28, 2015
By Karen Brooks

Austin, Texas (Reuters) - Flooding and travel (click here) delays were expected from Texas to Kentucky during for the rest of U.S. holiday weekend, forecasters and law enforcement authorities said on Saturday, as bad weather was blamed for deaths on icy and flooded roads.
An ice storm stretching from New Mexico through West Texas and Oklahoma and up to Kansas City left tens of thousands of people without power and there were at least four deaths on icy roads in Kansas.
The weather system was expected to lead to road and airport delays across the central and northern parts of the United States, according to
Moisture from Tropical Storm Sandra and the Gulf of Mexico brought record-breaking rain and flooding to the Dallas-Fort Worth region over the Thanksgiving holiday.
The deluge led to the deaths of four motorists in the area, including a woman missing since Thursday who is presumed dead, authorities said.
More downpours were expected on Saturday night and Sunday in North Texas, which is especially vulnerable to flooding after an already wet season.
The rain and icy conditions were expected to continue on Sunday, prompting concern for millions of drivers expected to hit the roads after Thanksgiving on one of the busiest travel weekends of the year.
Flash flood watches were in effect for North Texas and parts of Arkansas and Missouri, while winter advisories and ice storm warnings were issued in Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri, according to the National Weather Service....
Murders of Chicago Community Area. (click here)

Look this is murder, so was Michael Brown, Jr..

..."I believe (click here) this is a moment that can build bridges of understanding rather than become a barrier of misunderstanding. I understand that the people will be upset and will want to protest when they see this video. We as a city must rise to this moment.”... 

This is the "Police Dead Body Syndrome for Evidence Documentation." When Laquan McDonald's body hit the ground having absorbed sixteen bullets intended to kill him; he was now 'hands off.' We have seen this before. The responding police officers did not run to the body on the ground to assess any life that might indicate he could be alive and possibly saved. There was no life saving measures.

To left Michael Brown, Jr. shooting by Darrel Wilson. The police shoot to kill. They know they are shooting to kill. They have no reaction to seek to save the life of the young black man after he hits the ground. What the heck is this? This is Chicago and Michael Brown, Jr. was in Ferguson, Missouri yet the reaction by police officers on the scene was exactly the same; "Let the street run red with blood." In the case with Brown, he laid in the street with his blood running from his head down the street for four hours. 

There is no respect for life. These young, black men are completely depersonalized by the police officers. I think this indoctrination of African American men stretches back in time to Rodney King. There was no mercy when he was beaten. There is something very wrong in police training and we all, regardless of ethnicity, should be concerned.