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The word Macondo, as in the Macondo well at the BP oil disaster, in Haitian means "the Devil's food".
Gulf Stream and North Atlantic Current Dying - Loop Current in Gulf of Mexico Already Dead: Extreme heat/drought in Russia, Flooding in Asia, Killing Cold in South America - All Connected To BP Oil Disaster - updated ~ link ~ Please post links to this article to as many sites as you can, and send a copy to friends. The mainstream news media has not been carrying this very important story.
Why is the weather acting so extreme around the world? MSM will not show you this - video ~ link ~ A viewer of this news blog made this YouTube video!
Ice Age 4 - Dawn of the BP Oil Disaster - Gulf Stream (the loop) going, going, gone!! - video ~ link ~ link ~ Hip but scary.
Gulf Oil - Urgent Gulf Loop Current Changing - video ~ link ~ link ~ Dr. Bill Deagle interviewing Dr. Gianiuigi Zangari
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Global Changes from the Dying Gulf Stream and North Atlantic Current
Hyderabad shores up dam defenses as Pakistan floods surge south ~ link ~ Pakistani engineers shored up river defenses in Hyderabad, the country’s sixth-largest city, as flood waters poured south, leaving behind a trail of unprecedented destruction.
“Our protective arrangements are all in place,” said Abdul Qadir Paleejo, executive engineer at the Kotri Barrage, a dam spanning the Indus River 8 kilometers (5 miles) northwest of the industrial city of 1.6 million people in Sindh province. "We have strengthened our embankments and protective walls."
More rains are expected in the next 24 hours in central Punjab province and in the northwest, the worst-hit region and from where a wave of water has descended on Pakistan’s economic heartland, Muhammad Riaz, the chief meteorologist in Karachi, said by phone.
Gulf Oil Disaster fulfills Bible and Hopi prophecy - video ~ link
At least 1,117 people died when mud and debris swept through Zhouqu, in Gansu province, late on Saturday night and more than 600 are missing. There is little hope of finding more survivors among what are thought to be the hundreds who were buried alive in metres of sludge.
The 10,000 rescue and relief workers are continuing to search for bodies but attention is turning to the threat of disease.
Crews in protective suits have sprayed chemical disinfectant across the ground and over machinery. State media has reported numerous cases of dysentery and warned of a serious shortage of drinking water, with most local sources destroyed or polluted.
Soaring food prices hit Pakistan ~ link ~ Food prices have skyrocketed in Pakistan at the start of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, after vast stretches of crops were destroyed by flooding. The rising prices threaten to amplify misery in a country where many residents were already mired in poverty before some of the country's worst flooding in 80 years struck. The prices of basic items such as tomatoes, onions, potatoes and squash have in some cases quadrupled in recent days, putting them out of reach for many Pakistanis.
At least 1.4 million acres of crops were destroyed in Punjab, the breadbasket of Pakistan, according to the United Nations.
The rising prices threaten to amplify misery in a country where many residents were already mired in poverty before some of the country's worst flooding in 80 years struck.
The prices of basic items such as tomatoes, onions, potatoes and squash have in some cases quadrupled in recent days, putting them out of reach for many Pakistanis.
Fresh rains threaten China landslide rescue effort ~ link ~