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Orbit gaf net een link in de shoutbox:

The newly discovered object, officially designated 2011 CQ1, will make a close Earth approach today February 04, 2011 around 19:40UT at ~0.03(LD)/0.00008(AU) or 11855 km.

As shown by the ephemeris, 2011 CQ1 will be visible for a few hours. It would be really interesting to follow-up this object in the next few hours, during its very close approach when it will reach the magnitude 14!


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Hi @Meteor, yes 11855 km is the distance from the earth's center. As you pointed out, the distance from the Earth's surface is only roughly "5482" km.

http://remanzacco.blogspot.com/2011/02/ ... roach.html
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Het is even -15 celsius in noord mexico:

http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/ameri ... tml?hpt=T2
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http://www.poleshiftprep.com/index.html

Hoe je voor te bereiden op een eventuele aanstaande pool shift.
Maar veel van de aanbevolen boeken zijn ook handig als om een andere reden de poep de ventilator raakt.
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Experts vrezen dat er nog extremer weer op komst is dan nu al op veel plaatsen op onze planeet te zien is. Reden: een aantal vulkanen in Rusland zijn de afgelopen maanden ongewoon actief geworden en spuwen grote hoeveelheden as in de atmosfeer, met als gevolg dat het zonlicht wordt geblokkeerd en de temperatuur daalt. De toch al zwaar door extreme weersomstandigheden getroffen wereld voedselproductie komt hierdoor nog eens extra onder druk te staan.
De aanhoudende erupties in 29 van de 160 vulkanen die zich aan de oostkust van het Russische Kamchatka bevinden hadden op geen slechter moment komen. De Stille Oceaan (Pacific) is door het La Nina verschijnsel al koeler dan normaal, wat onder andere mede de oorzaak van de watersnoodramp in Australië was. Tegelijkertijd is een groot deel van de Atlantische Oceaan juist warmer dan normaal. Deze combinatie zal volgens klimatologen het weer nog verder in de war schoppen, met grote gevolgen voor de land- en mijnbouw. Vooral de landbouw heeft toch al een zwaar jaar achter de rug.

Volgens de Oostenrijkse Erste Bank zullen de fors gestegen prijzen voor land- en mijnbouwproducten door het extreme weer nog verder gaan stijgen, waardoor de inflatie verder aangewakkerd wordt. Ook worden er als gevolg van de te verwachten zware stormen grote problemen voorzien voor de transportsector. Deze stormen worden veroorzaakt door het feit dat de Noordpool als gevolg van het vulkaanas in de atmosfeer nog kouder wordt, waardoor de poolwinden verder naar het zuiden worden gedreven en de normale windpatronen ernstig verstoord raken.

In de Browning Newsletter, een in het weer gespecialiseerde nieuwsbrief, wordt uitgelegd dat de Kamchatka vulkanen altijd wel een beetje actief zijn, maar dat dit recent plotseling veel heviger is geworden ('gewoon gestoord', aldus een expert). Sinds eind november vertonen de Kizimen, Sheveluch, Karymsky en Klyuchevskoy vulkanen bijna continu erupties. Dat heeft nu al voor bizar weer gezorgd; zo was het in Groot Brittannië met kerstmis kouder dan in Rusland en was New York bedekt onder een enorm pak sneeuw.

Het koude weer heeft de landbouw inmiddels een forse klap gegeven. De tarwe oogst in Australië was in december 10% lager dan normaal, de ergste daling in 100 jaar tijd. Het Russische ministerie van Landbouw voorspelt voor 2011 een graanoogst van 80 tot 85 miljoen ton, weliswaar beter dan vorig jaar maar nog altijd ver onder de 110 miljoen ton van 2008. Samen met de ernstige droogte in Argentinië, de overstromingen in Brazilië en Venezuela en het vreemde weer in de landbouwregio's in China heeft dit voor een ware explosie van de voedselprijzen geleid. (1)

Het afgelopen jaar vertonen over de hele wereld een groot aantal vulkanen plotseling activiteit of meer activiteit dan normaal. Experts denken dat de twee uitgebarsten vulkanen op het Japanse eiland Kyushu zeker nog de komende twee weken explosieve erupties zullen laten zien (2). De Shinmoedake vulkaan barstte voor het eerst in 52 jaar uit en deed dat sinds vorige maand al meer dan 10 keer. De twee vulkanen spuwden hun as tot 2 kilometer hoog in de atmosfeer. Diverse mensen raakten gewond en een aantal huizen werden verwoest. De Japanse Meteorologische Dienst zegt dat de lavakoepel in de Shinmoedake vulkaan nog steeds in omvang toeneemt en bij een nieuwe uitbarsting een lavastroom zou kunnen veroorzaken. (3)

Komende 20-30 jaar Global Cooling
Astrofysicus en meteoroloog Joe Bastardi, een bekende Global Warming criticus, zegt dat Global Cooling zich sneller doorzet dan eerder was voorzien. Aan de hand van weerkaarten laat hij zien dat het La Nina effect dit jaar vele malen sterker is dan normaal en een zeer ongewone kou in de VS heeft veroorzaakt. Omdat de Stille Oceaan -de grootste ter wereld en daarom van enorm veel invloed op de wereldtemperatuur- blijft afkoelen en de zon nog altijd veel te weinig zonnevlekken laat zien, verwacht hij dat de temperatuur op Aarde de komende 20 tot 30 jaar zal blijven dalen. Zijn slotopmerking: 'Er zijn dingen aan de hand die groter zijn dan de normale gang van zaken. We kunnen hier maar beter aandacht aan besteden en niet langer ons hoofd in het zand blijven steken.'

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[quote name="BlacK"]Orbit gaf net een link in de shoutbox:

The newly discovered object, officially designated 2011 CQ1, will make a close Earth approach today February 04, 2011 around 19:40UT at ~0.03(LD)/0.00008(AU) or 11855 km.

As shown by the ephemeris, 2011 CQ1 will be visible for a few hours. It would be really interesting to follow-up this object in the next few hours, during its very close approach when it will reach the magnitude 14!


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Hi @Meteor, yes 11855 km is the distance from the earth's center. As you pointed out, the distance from the Earth's surface is only roughly "5482" km.

http://remanzacco.blogspot.com/2011/02/ ... roach.html[/quote]

Is hierover nog berichtgeving gegeven? Foto's e.d.???
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Blizzard slams northern Midwest states

Severe storm dumps up to 15 inches of snow, causes white-out condition

2/20/2011 7:55:49 PM ET
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41696492/ns/us_news/

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MINNEAPOLIS — A severe winter storm was driving across the upper Midwest on Sunday, dumping up to 15 inches of snow and causing white-out conditions in spots from the Dakotas through Minnesota and into Wisconsin.

State officials warned against travel in most of South Dakota where roads were not already closed, most southern Minnesota roads were slick and snow-covered with limited driver visibility and airlines canceled hundreds of flights.

The National Weather Service said travel will be very difficult at times due to ice and snow in southern Wisconsin, where a mass protest against changes to collective bargaining laws was expected to continue at the state capital in Madison.

Forecasters expect up to four inches of snow in southern Wisconsin with some sleet and freezing rain leading to ice accumulations in some areas.

The storm was expected to dump up to 15 inches of snow in Minnesota from Sunday to midday on Monday and nearly a foot of snow across central to northeast Wisconsin, the National Weather Service said. Earlier forecasts had aimed for snow accumulations of up to 18 inches in parts of Minnesota.

The National Weather Service on Sunday afternoon forecast 10 to 14 inches of snow for the Twin Cities overall by the time the storm ends on Monday, said Tony Zaleski, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Minnesota.

"The biggest snow amounts have been basically across south central Minnesota," Zaleski said.

Blizzard conditions were developing west and south of Minneapolis where up to 8 inches of snow were reported in New Ulm and Lester Prairie, the National Weather Service said.

South suburbs to Minneapolis and St. Paul had already reported snow falls of 5 to 7 inches on Sunday afternoon, Zaleski said.

"There is a lot of blowing snow out there, it's real tough to measure when you have the snow blowing at 20 to 30 miles per hour," Zaleski said.

Most flights were canceled out of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Sunday from the storm that brought high winds that reduced operations, airport spokeswoman Melissa Scovronski said.

Delta Air Lines canceled hundreds of flights at the airport Sunday and expects more flight cuts on Monday across its route system, particularly in the midwest and northeast United States, spokesman Anthony Black said.

Heavy snows in December and at other points already had pushed snowfall totals to more than 61 inches in the Twin Cities before the latest storm, making it the fifth snowiest on record, according to National Weather Service statistics.

A 10-inch snowfall would make it the second snowiest winter behind only 1981-82 when 76.9 inches of snow were recorded.

Blizzard conditions crossed much of South Dakota with more than a foot of snow and wind gusts of up to 40 miles per hour in a band from Pierre to Watertown, forecasters said.

South Dakota closed Interstate 29 from Sioux Falls north to the North Dakota border on the eastern side of the state and closed a 150 mile stretch of Interstate 90 from Wall to Chamberlain on the south central part of the state.
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New Zealand Quake Causes Massive Glacier Break

Published February 22, 2011
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/02/22 ... cier-break/


CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand -- The earthquake that struck Christchurch has caused some 30 million tons of ice to break off from New Zealand's biggest glacier.

Tour guides at the Tasman Glacier in the Southern Alps say the quake caused the ice to "calve" from the glacier, forming icebergs in the terminal lake.

Tourists of Glacier Explorer boats say the icefall caused waves of up to 3.5 meters in height which swept up and down the lake for 30 minutes.

The glacier is about 120 miles from Christchurch on the west coast.

The powerful earthquake struck Christchurch on Tuesday, toppling tall buildings and churches, crushing buses and killing at least 65 people.
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Double volcanic eruption in Kamchatka

Feb 24, 2011 07:16 Moscow Time
http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/02/24/45844896.html


In a double volcanic eruption in Russia’s Far Eastern Kamchatka peninsula the volcanoes Shiveluch and Karmysky are spewing ash kilometers up into the sky endangering air traffic but posing no immediate threat to nearby settlements.

Mt. Shiveluch has been active since late-2006, and Mt. Karymsky started erupting in January 1996.
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[quote name="langeharry"][/quote]

Gaaf filmpje, men name die zichtbare drukgolven!

Over drukgolven gesproken, dit is wat de Zon vandaag 'losliet':

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Puno: Large crack opens in the earth in southern Peru

February 25, 2011 [ 10:04 ]
http://www.livinginperu.com/news-14238- ... thern-peru

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The mysterious crack measures 100 meters wide and three kilometers long. (Photo: El Comercio)


The sudden appearance early in the morning of an enormous crack, measuring 100 meters wide and three kilometers long, caused confusion among residents of the Huacullani district in the Chucuito province, department of Puno.

The exact cause of the crack in the earth still unknown. Peru’s geophysical institute ruled out the occurrence of an earthquake in the region, but what is clear is that the ground opened up and large blocks of earth can be observed scattered throughout the area.

The event, recorded Wednesday morning, caused the collapse of one house located in the rural community of Llorohoco. Four people managed to escape, but the youngest in the family, five-year-old Jean Carlos Vilcanqui Acero, is missing.

Geological engineers from the regional committee for civil defense have arrived in the area to investigate the phenomenon and determine its causes, said Javier Pampamallco, Puno’s civil defense chief.
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San Francisco 'snow' not enough to count

But rare weather event sparks buzz around the Bay Area

26 Feb 2011
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41793089/ns/weather/


SAN FRANCISCO — Snow fell overnight in the highest reaches of San Francisco, but the Bay area dodged the heavier flurries forecasters had been expecting, the weather service said on Saturday.

No snow was observed in downtown San Francisco and AccuWeather.com meteorologist Dave Samuhel said the dusting would not count toward official records that show the last measurable snowfall in the area 35 years ago.

Northern California did experience record low temperatures overnight in several cities.

San Francisco got down to 37 degrees, which tied the previous cold weather record for this day set in 1962, said Chris Stumpf, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

San Jose tied a record low of 33 degrees set way back in 1897, and Oakland got down to 34 degrees, breaking a record set in 1987.

"It was definitely cold enough, but it didn't have the precipitation that we needed to get any of the snow showers that we were hoping for," Stumpf said.

"It looks like it's clearing out right now, and we'll start to warm up as we go through the week," he said.

Earlier, the possibility of such a rare weather event sparked buzz around the city.

One blogger posted a pretend ski map, noting possible beginner, intermediate and expert runs in the city's hilly Bernal Heights neighborhood. A newly created website — isitsnowinginsfyet.com — also offered a simple answer for anyone who was wondering.

The San Francisco Chronicle posted old photos of snow from 1882, 1951, 1964 and other rare instances of city snowfall — including one photo from the 1976 storm that shows gleeful schoolkids throwing snowballs.

The Twin Peaks area of San Francisco, where elevations are about 900 feet above sea level, received a dusting of snow, and there were also reports of light snow in Los Gatos, a town near San Jose, and the Santa Cruz Mountains, Stumpf said.

In southern California, two inches of snow fell along the Grapevine section of the Golden State Freeway north of Los Angeles, but the passage remained open to traffic, said Ryan Kittell, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

Meteorologists had been forecasting that snow could fall as low as 1,000 feet above sea level and dust the Hollywood sign on Mount Lee above Los Angeles, which would have been a pristine sight with the Academy Awards happening on Sunday.

Snow did not reach as low at the Hollywood Sign, but it did dust the cities of Palmdale and Lancaster north of Los Angeles, before quickly melting, Kittell said.

Up to 3 inches of rain fell in parts of the mountains and foothills of Los Angeles County overnight and small hail hit valley areas on Saturday morning, but the rain is expected to clear out in time for the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday.

This week's storm has already dumped more than 2 feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada, and forecasters said more than 3 feet could fall in the highest elevations by the end of the weekend.
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