Lost Post

Ectopic precognition …

I spent an hour writing a comment yesterday and then deleted it just after I had it about perfect.

I need to get onto a reliable platform. The trouble is I don't know where to look for one.

It's a real downer when you think you are flying and you find yourself in a hole in the ground. Never in the field of human intolerance have so many owed so little to so few.

Where's my post?

9 thoughts on “Lost Post

  1. Doesn't sound very grateful does it?I know it's my own fault for not backing it up. I usually do write my stuff in a text file but I was on an high yesterday so thought I could walk on water.The thing is if internet companies didn't offer you all these goodies, we'd all get real lives.Maybe me included.

  2. And now I am running my PC as the lap-top has bitten the dust.The moral of the story is don't take the piss out of god.Maybe he's serious about me getting a job….Hmmm…Do you think I could ask him for a good one?

  3. Now before I continue…I did know about the destructive storm systems recently:FLOODING IN CENTRAL AMERICA AND MEXICOSevere flooding struck southern Mexico and Central America in the autumn of 2011. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=76216&src=nha *** MODIS(Terra) image from Oct 23, 2011 (Posted on Oct 24, 2011 9:08 AM)FLOODING IN NORTHERN INDIAFlooding struck multiple rivers in the Indian state of Bihar in early October 2011. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=76207&src=nha *** ALI(EO-1) image from Oct 09, 2011 (Posted on Oct 20, 2011 5:38 PM)FLOODING IN SOUTHERN PAKISTANHeavy rains caused floods in southern Pakistan in early September 2011. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=76159&src=nha *** MODIS(Terra) image from Oct 17, 2011 (Posted on Oct 18, 2011 11:21 AM)FLOODING IN SOUTHEAST ASIACyclones and heavy monsoon rains triggered unusually severe seasonal flooding across Southeast Asia. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=76212&src=nha *** MODIS(Aqua) image from Oct 18, 2011 (Posted on Oct 20, 2011 6:59 PM) * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=76204&src=nha *** MODIS(Terra) image from Oct 19, 2011 (Posted on Oct 20, 2011 4:50 PM) From http://naturalhazards.nasa.gov/ From:http://naturalhazards.nasa.gov/(Direct to your inbox if you are interested.)And of course I am aware that when my tacky electronic stuff breaks down there is usually a severe jolt in store.So whatever it is, stand by your sets.Take a look at this little lot:http://www.weathercharts.org/ukmomslp.htm#t0bI have pasted them into my other computer (i.e. this one) and will give them their own thread, not just to do them justice but because they will require a thread starter to upload images.A PITA but think how much easier this sort of thing is since the mid 1980's.

  4. Interesting quake on Rat Island:6.0 M. 2011/10/31 07:1652.4N. 177.8 E. RAT ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA6M. is quite an high score for that region but look at the direction itcame from. On the accompanying map there are several in the seriesfrom around the 25th to the 28th two of which are in the mid 5's, alsosignificant.I am quite content, now, that precursors are in fact storm driven. All Ineed to do now is check out the weather for around Cape Hatteras.I suppose an explanation aught to be offered:Cape Hatteras or weather in the region tends to leave the USA with a bang somewhere along the Aleutians.If you go to the NEIC site and take a look at the map before it disappears (don't worry, I have it for the moment and will go through the rigmarole of pasting it on here as soon as…<Edit= done>) Also on the chart are several other quakes showing in Yellow. Obviously (to me) there are related to the approaching weather the east wind in the Gulf.Their centres would have been over an island or region of coast similar in effect to that of the two Carolinas and Virginia.The map on the NEIC page allows you to get their details by clicking on them.http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Maps/10/180_50.phpI don't know where "they" would be but every time a storm hits them, the same effect will follow. The data must be in the archives of weather stations and the USGS.Now go and prove me wrong.But until you don't, keep quiet about what I just told you or people will think you are daft. They only need to laugh at me, no need to give them a party.Feel free to do as you wish, we who laugh last, laugh …errrmmm.. it isn't funny. He who laughs now is a ijit.

  5. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Also on the chart are several other quakes showing in Yellow. Obviously (to me) these are related to the weather that had been approaching, the east winds in the Gulf.

    I am not all that certain what has been going on in the USA. Having changed my computer I find I have no suitable bookmarks.Did I mention I lost my USB stick?12 months ASXX charts at 4 a day, it took ages to load and my only back-up copy is on a duff laptop.Let me tell you about precognition:If it was fun, you'd all be doing it.

  6. The point to the above apart from thr obvious links to the weather is that the series are connected.There is something called far-field triggering. I am not sure where the adherents of that idea go wrong but they must have seen something along the lines of the above.It's just too unlikely that plumes of heat can come up from the depths and drop little non-craters in the same regions, time after time.

  7. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    6.0 M.2011/10/31 07:1652.4 N. 177.8 E. RAT ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA

    Downgraded:5.8 M.2011/10/31 07:1652.4 N. 177.9 E.RAT ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKAStill not very common but it has taken some of the shine.Magnitudes are usually downgraded once enough stations report in.It may go down another two by the time it makes it to the 8 to 30 day list.The angular distance to the storm centres is or was the same as for these:Off Peru 28th Oct 200111Fiji region 27th Oct 2011(I have yet to verify their distances by looking -which I won't bother to do.Why should I?)

  8. I have mentioned this phenomena, have I not?You get the whole earth peppered with earthquakes of some 4 or 5 magnitude earthquakes of Mag 5 of greater every day and none of them produce craters but they do seem to occur in related regions according to their spells.We get a Mag 3 in Britain and it usually means a mine has collapsed leaving a massive hole in the ground. The regions that get Mag 5's and 6's get them regular as tides and not a sign of a crater of any description.It's a pity some people can't see the wood for the trees.And what is worse, they are the ones doing the paid research.

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