Dam busters

Dam busters

A dam in India was swept away by a glacier avalanche. Really horrible but be careful of attribution. Many are blaming the glacier letting lose on global warming but that is not the case. This is more likely due to impacts of large dams and roads in the Himalayas that Indian rivers highlight. An emphasis on climate breakdown can obscure the role of flawed policies and projects in fragile areas.  Moreover, as David DuByne already suggested in a  video we already featured such events will become more frequent as the global electric circuit changes and effects the low velocity zone and elasticity of the subduction zone.  Not only are we seeing rare planetary configurations but we are also entering the galactic sheet. Man made climate change has become the whipping boy for all the changes that we are seeing.  Just as it becomes colder they want to shut down our means of keeping warm and transporting and producing food.  Makes perfect sense if you want a smaller population.  It is not man made it is all space weather.

Geomagnetic Storm, Dam Break, Ozone, Aurora | S0 News Feb.7.2021

 

 Here is the video that I previously posted about a week ago. 

Flash Freezing

Flash Freezing

We had a flash freezing event in Kazakhstan on the 20th of January.   It was barely covered by the MSM but I think it is noteworthy.  Animals were instantly frozen solid.  I think it was a plasma event brought on by the polar vortex.  Mike believes it was Geo-engineered but I am not so sure.

 

Cold Plasma Event

I found this older Adapt 2030 video from 2015:

The Geography of the Ice Age

This short video is very informative.  That does not mean it is going to happen (there are too many unknowns) but even if it does the earth is still habitable.   I believe that the magnetic reversal and accompanying Geo-magnetic jerk of the mantel coupled with the solar micro-nova will reverse any cooling trajectory.   They should be worried about the earth getting colder not warmer. Then again, they are lying about everything else.  A good rule of thumb is to believe exactly the opposite of what they tell you.