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The Earth Changes – Weather Conditions Over The Next Thirty Years August 10, 2009

Posted by hkinsights in Earth Changes.
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The last Pole reversal was 780,000 years ago and human beings have been around for approximately 200,000 years.  When speaking of climate changes and the approaching Earth changes we refer to the chaotic forces of Mother Nature.  With a recent rise in chaotic weather conditions, some have suggested that God may be punishing us for living contrary to Mother Nature.  Given that each dramatic chaotic event averages roughly between 10 to 30 minutes, nothing could be further from the truth.  While compressing all chaotic event times within a geographical region such as California, as though the events were taking place one after the other, given the span of the last 200,000 years, the compressed event time will only account for a few short years.  The last great California earthquake in 1906, took place in San Francisco and lasted a few minutes.  There have been several other mild earthquakes throughout the years but that was the last great earthquake.  Hence, the idea of a Mother Nature as a sheer chaotic force is brought more into perspective, as there are by far more mild temperate weather days than stormy weather days. 

An average thunderstorm is 15 miles in diameter and lasts an average of 30 minutes and an average tornado is 20 minutes. At any given moment, there are roughly 2,000 thunderstorms in progress around the world and it is estimated that there are 100,000 thunderstorms in the United States each year. About 10% of these reach severe levels and only 1% will produce a tornado. 

The average earthquake lasts approximately 5 to 10 minutes and while they are disastrous, the quantifiable odds from perishing from an earthquake are 1-in-131,890, according to the World Health Organization and National Safety Council.   Additional studies reveal the odds for dying during the following disasters:      


Tornado:  1-in-60,000

Lightning Strike: 1-in-83,930

Earthquake: 1-in-131,890

Tsunami: 1-in-500,000


It is true that the approaching Earth Changes will bring dramatic chaotic events throughout the world.  Every year, an average of 1,200 tornadoes kill about 60 Americans, injure 1,500 people and cause more than $400 million in damage.  Within a span of fifty years, these figures will increase for all chaotic weather events pertaining to the Earth Changes.  Based on scientific findings and other research studies, for over the next thirty plus years, these events will appear randomly across the globe. 


For Further Reading:

NOAA National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

NOAA – Thunderstorm Information   



NOAA – Facts About Tornadoes



LiveScience Odds of Dying



An Inconvenient Truth (2006) – DVD



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