Expletives deleted

The original set of posts is on here:

http://imgur.com/IHZSNtp and http://www.reddit.com/r/geology/comments/2f3bs7/this_is_one_of_my_deepest_fear_could_it_happen/

I have an history of abusive rage when confronted with imbeciles masquerading as scientists so proffer no excuse for my language in the original. What I will do is remove the swear-words for the sake of the pure in heart here.I am not pure in heart. (Rather the reverse.)

I am not poor in spirit: for tmine isn’t the kingdom of heaven.

I am not meek I doubt I shall inherit the earth.

I DO hunger and thirst  for truth. I am not sure about righteousness: for I wish quite a few people dead. (Do politicians count?)

Therefore I am not merciful nor am I pure in heart so seeing God is not on the table.

Nor am I a peacemakers or a child of God.

Now here is an odd one:

Blessed [are] they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. I suppose the last bit rules out the first bit as far as I go. Ah well…

I DO have this one summed up:

Blessed are ye, when [men] shall revile you and persecute [you] and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, (except for this bit) for my sake.

I can be pretty good at this with a new revelation:

Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great [is] your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you.

This is what happened. Someone was worried about people drilling through a cave so vast that it could swallow the seas:

Could it happenThis was my reply:

There was once. There was apparently no rainbow before the flood of Noah’s day which indicated the sky was too full of water to form one; however the account also mentions the springs expelling.
Prior to this the same author spoke of god rending partitions in the strata there is no limit to the time or end date for that occurrence and may even involve the positions of the planets. There is no other explanation but some divine calamity to explain the positions and shapes of the lunar craters for example. Maybe the clouds formed went into the masses that produce the occasional meteor and comet.
That is glossing over the facts with more than a little fancy but all of it quite lucid, I assure you.
Some other ideas that may allay you fears is that the limit to so called natural disasters is tied into the need of other catastrophes to co-operate. They being inter-related in a manner that requires a diminishing return far in excess of a logarithmic scale.
For example a severe volcanic eruption (one large enough to hit VEI numbers) requires three tropical storms in the same ocean and for them to be in-line (fairly easy to see happening in IR satellite imagery as Hadley cells dropping through the tropopause.)
To reach low VEI numbers one of the storms has to be a cat 4 at least (though the others may just be TDs and TSes.) So you see, the energy requirements far exceed earth’s heat budget. (Simultaneous cold such as summer snow is a common feature when the aquifers of the planet are moved like that.)

And the reply to that went something like this:

What a load of horse excrement! Are you for real? This is a geology sub. Here, we deal with facts; not Bronze Aged myths!
http://imgur.com/D0DFQ2l

I amnot in the business of who said what. What I am in the business of (strictly unpaid of course) is thaumaturgey. As such I lost my rag with someone who thinks he knows more than I do on this subject:

Well you won’t want to believe the first bit but the last stuff is expletive obvious you stupid expletive.
Look it up. <<<Point to note for the next time you get that urge to scrawl your self-righteousness to someone who obviously knows a lot more than you do.

Someone then had the temerity to suggest I would think twice and delete my post. I only post to forae where my posts are strictly left alone. When people start expetiveing with them, I hop it.

At first I thought the mods would deleted the post due to my language. After calming down, it occurred to me the plank thought very little of my integrity. (That just goes to show what sort of research he is capable of.)

Later when, I have calmed down, I will post the full text (expletives deleted) on here so you can see for yourself how good I am. And to show you how good I am at this sort of stuff I will give you all several examples.

Fans who have visited here a few times will realise I am as good as my word in this stuff and that I have posted quite a few new truths about this planet. But don’t let that stop you enjoying the flame war that developed.

Well someone on the forum has deleted one of my posts making me seem to have backed down. Maybe I could have been a lot less nasty to the poor lost sheep but don’t you just hate it when a big head gets to be lead poltroon?

How about this for a weather forecast:

Today’s weather: Breezy in the south, seasonal temperatures, thunderstorms in the afternoonLabour day weather

(Riverton, Wyo.) – The National Weather Service in Riverton said today that it will be breezy across Sweetwater and Natrona Counties, with scattered late day showers and thunderstorms across Central and Western Wyoming. There could be snow above 8,500 feet.  See today’s Weather Story above, and the synopsis below:

SYNOPSIS:
A CANADIAN LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL SWING A PACIFIC COLD FRONT ACROSS THE REGION TODAY…WHICH WILL BRING COOLER AND UNSETTLED WEATHER BACK TO THE COWBOY STATE THIS HOLIDAY WEEKEND. BREEZY WINDS AND CLOUDS…WILL INCREASE ACROSS THE STATE TODAY AS WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL INVADE THE WEST THIS MORNING AND THEN SPREAD EASTWARD DURING THE REST OF THE DAY. THE THREAT OF SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH LABOR DAY ALONG WITH BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING.

.DAY ONE…TODAY AND TONIGHT

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING CAPABLE
OF PRODUCING STRONG WIND GUSTS OVER 50 MPH THIS AFTERNOON IN
ADDITION TO FREQUENT DANGEROUS LIGHTNING AND SOME HAIL LARGER THAN A
PENNY POSSIBLE IN STRONGEST STORMS. IN ADDITION TO THE GUSTY ERRATIC
THUNDERSTORM WINDS THERE WILL ALSO BE A STEADY 20 TO 35 MPH BREEZE
FROM SWEETWATER TO NATRONA COUNTIES AND OVER THE HIGHER TERRAIN
TODAY…CAUSING A CROSS WIND ALONG INTERSTATES 80 AND 25.

TEMPERATURES WILL DROP WITH A COLD FRONT LATE TONIGHT WITH SNOW
POSSIBLE ABOVE 8500 FEET IN THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

SUNDAY AND MONDAY…SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS EACH AFTERNOON AND
EVENING…WITH MORE COVERAGE EXPECTED ON SUNDAY THAN MONDAY. BREEZY
AT TIMES.

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY…ISOLATED AFTERNOON AND EVENING THUNDERSTORMS…
MAINLY OVER AND NEAR THE MOUNTAINS THURSDAY…A LITTLE BETTER
COVERAGE ON FRIDAY.

It has everything but the date in the post. What a sparkling example of journalism. Here is another one:

Snow fell on the Labor Day weekend in parts of northern Alaska and Wyoming, providing a gentle reminder that summer is on its last legs.

Snow levels lowered to 9,000 feet in northwest Wyoming.

A dusting of snow was captured on Wyoming DOT cams Sunday morning northwest of Dubois, Wyoming along U.S. 26 and 287 at an elevation of 9,500 feet and coated the top of Grand Targhee Resort Sunday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service office in Riverton, Wyoming.

Meanwhile, snow fell over remote parts of northern Alaska last Friday, and was expected to become heavy over the Brooks Range into Tuesday.

This prompted the National Weather Service in Fairbanks to issue the first winter storm warning anywhere in the U.S. since mid-June. Up to 8 inches of wind-driven snow is possible over this remote part of the “Last Frontier,” according to NWS-Fairbanks.

Snow levels were expected to drop to around 2,000 feet in the mountains around Fairbanks.

#Dalton Hwy travel advisory, MP 241-247, poor visibility from rain and #SNOW! Three inches in #Deadhorse. pic.twitter.com/Yk5h3N6FVx
— Alaska DOT&PF (@AlaskaDOTPF) August 29, 2014

While not record-smashing cold, below-average temperatures chilled parts of Alaska’s interior this weekend, and will set in for the next several days behind a potent Arctic cold front.

Beaver, Alaska, dipped to 19 degrees Sunday morning, while Fairbanks saw its first frost of the season, dipping to 33 degrees Saturday and 34 degrees Sunday morning.

The Fairbanks airport had a low temp of 33° this morning. The low was 29° on the UAF campus. Temps will be slightly cooler tonight. #akwx
— NWS Fairbanks (@NWSFairbanks) August 30, 2014

While this sounds chilly to those in the Lower 48 States clinging to summer after a brutal winter 2013-2014, the average low in Fairbanks at the end of August is 41 degrees. The season’s first measurable snow falls in Fairbanks around Oct. 1, in an average year. In 2013, that feat occurred on Sept. 18.

Fairbanks just set their wettest summer on record this past July through August.

MORE ON WEATHER.COM: Winter 2013-2014 Wrap-Up
Winter Weather Update Wrap

Severe Weather Forecast: Labor Day Severe Risk, Flood Threat; Tornado Reported in Michigan.

It had the saving grace of two photos with dates on:

Togwotee Mountain Lodge Sunday August the 31 2014 Wind River Lake Augusrt 31Both were dated Sunday 31 August 2014. So some scientific date in there. Also you can see snow.

So that was Labour Day. Fancy the USA having a public holiday for a socialist event. We live and learn.

Now the interesting bit:

Volcanic activity worldwide 31 Aug 2014: Bardarbunga volcano, Tungurahua, Sakurajima, Nishino-shima,…

Bardarbunga (Iceland): According to local news, the lava flows have already reached more than 3 km distance from the fissure vent. The eruption is much stronger than the previous one on Friday, with up to 10 times lava output.
Since the start of the eruption this morning, earthquake activity has been lower (which is normal as pressure is lowered).
… [read more]
…31 Aug:
According to IMO, “the new eruption started in Holuhraun shortly after 04 AM, on the same volcanic fissure, which erupted earlier this week. The fissure is estimated to be 1,5 km long.
“…Fewer earthquakes seem to follow the event than in the previous eruption, but more lava is being extruded.
… [read more]
…31 Aug:
A new eruptive phase has started at the same fissure that had been briefly active Friday morning.
The new eruption seems to be bigger than the previous one and located slightly north of the Friday fissure vent. The active fissure was estimated to be 1.5 km long and is located approx. 9 km north of the Dyngjujökull glacier in the Holuhraun lava plain.
At the same time, intense seismic activity continues. More than 200 earthquakes have been detected since midnight, both under the active intrusion under and north of the rim of the glacier NE of the volcano as well as under the caldera of Bárdarbunga itself. The stringest were 7 quakes with magnitudes between 3.0 and 3.8.
…30 Aug:
The Icelandic Met Office has published two maps showing the (ongoing) mostly horizontal deformation, as evidenced by GPS measurements, in the Bardarbunga area during the past 3 days as well as since the beginning of the crisis. In just 2 weeks, the distance between the DYNC station (western side of the rift) and GSIG (eastern side) has increased by almost 50 cm!

Zhupanovsky (Kamchatka, Russia): New eruptions and ash emissions occurred yesterday. An ash plume rising to 17,000 ft (6 km) altitude and drifting SE was observed on satellite imagery.

Aso (Kyushu): A small eruption at the volcano was reported from Tokyo VAAC this morning. An ash plume rose to approx. 6,000 ft (1.8 km) altitude.

Nishino-shima (Volcano Islands, Japan): The island remains active and continues to grow as lava flows add new land to it. The Japanese Coast Guard made another survey flight on 26 August and observed ongoing effusive and explosive activity in the main crater.
A comparison with pictures from July shows that a new 3-400 m wide platform to the northeast of the island has been added as new land during the past weeks.
… [read more]

Sakurajima (Kyushu, Japan): The activity has picked up significantly at the volcano. During the past 30 hours, at least 10 vulcanian-type explosions were recorded. Some of them produced ash plumes rising to 13,000 ft (4 km) altitude, i.e. approx. 3 km above the volcano’s Showa crater.

Suwanose-jima (Ryukyu Islands): The volcano has entered a more active phase again. Several (strombolian-type) explosions and phases of constant ash venting have occurred since yesterday, producing ash plumes of 1-2 km height.

Tungurahua (Ecuador): A series of small pyroclastic flows occurred yesterday evening, IGEPN reported in its latest special bulletin.
The eruptions took place between 18:23 and 19:00 local time, and are the first occurrences of pyroclastic flows since the start of the new eruptive phase that started on 27 July.

That ladies and gentlemen was a spike in the activities of your planet.

You couldn’t make this up could you. Well of course you could. Only I like to get things right. I’d be totally wasting my time else.

Well, wouldn’t I?

I was going to put the rest of the flame on here but since someone has started deleting posts over there you will just have to make do with the link which I believe I posted above. I lost interested after the censorship. I believe in a free internet. And if anyone strikes me they should get the comeback from it.

Not a  Christian comment I suppose but by damn! I hate stupidity. I’d like to make posts on the US weather watcher’s SkyWarn forums but they started doing that to my stuff so I absented myself from there. I probably won’t go back to Reddit now either. No real loss to me I suppose.

I managed without for 60 odd years another 10 won’t hurt. Maybe if I ask nicely god might make it 20?

These are the places I copied from:

http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/volcano-activity/news/47420/Volcanic-activity-worldwide-31-Aug-2014-Bardarbunga-volcano-Tungurahua-Sakurajima-Nishino-shima.html

http://www.weather.com/news/weather-winter/labor-day-snow-alaska-wyoming-20140901

http://www.weather.com/news/weather-winter/labor-day-snow-alaska-wyoming-20140901

Now I suppose I had better go and ask permission.

 

 

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