Alex Jones Show: Commercial Free Podcast – Tuesday (3-3-15) Joel Gilbert

On this Tuesday March 3 edition of the Alex Jones Show, we cover the showdown over Iran's alleged nukes as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses Congress. We also look at the…
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The Ultimate Introduction to NLP: How to build a successful life

The Ultimate Introduction to NLP: How to build a successful life

Richard Bandler, co-creator of NLP and the man who inspired Paul McKenna to greatness, collaborates with Alessio Roberti and Owen Fitzpatrick to reveal how to unleash your true potential and transform your life.

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SOLAR WATCH: Departing Sunspot 2290 Erupts With Double Barrel M-Class Solar Flares – Pulse Of Radiation Ionizes Upper Layers Of Earth’s Atmosphere, Causing Blackout Of Radio Transmissions!

March 3, 2015 – SPACE – Departing sunspot AR2290 becomes suddenly productice, crackles with M-class solar flares. The strongest so far, an M8-class explosion on March 3rd @ 01:35 UT, almost crossed the threshold into X-territory. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme ultraviolet flash:

Radio Blackouts

A pulse of radiation from the flare ionized the upper layers of Earth’s atmosphere. This caused a blackout of radio transmissions at frequencies below 10 MHz. The effect was particularly strong above Australia and parts of the south Pacific: blackout map.

Because the blast took place from just beyond the west limb, it should have no major impact on our planet.

Perhaps we will see 2290 again in 2 weeks?

WATCH: Double barrel M-class solar flares.

Chance of Magnetic Storms

NOAA forecasters estimate a 25% chance of more M-class flares on March 3rd, subsiding to 10% on March 4th as sunspot AR2290 rotates onto the farside of the sun.

Ham radio operators and mariners may notice disturbances to HF communicatons during the next 24-48 hours.

NOAA forecasters estimate a 55% chance of high-latitude geomagnetic storms on March 3rd. The cause: A stream of solar wind is buffeting our planet’s magnetic field, sparking bright auroras around the Arctic Circle.

Sunspots

Aside from the aforementioned eruptions, solar activity during the past 48 hours was moderate. Region 2290, now located behind the west limb, produced a pair of low level M-Flares, along with several minor C-Flares. The active region will continue to turn further onto the farside of the sun and should have little to no influence on our planet.

Elsewhere, region 2292 grew during the past day and will continue to be monitored. Region 2293 decayed somewhat and is not considered a high threat for noteworthy solar flares. A number of coronal mass ejections were detected during the past day and each appear to have originated from the farside of the sun.

Periods of minor (G1) geomagnetic storming continued at high latitudes. Solar wind speeds remain elevated above 600 km/s. Geomagnetic conditions should gradually decline during the next 48 hours. Sky watchers, especially around the Arctic Circle should remain alert for visible aurora displays.

Coronal Hole

Earth is inside a solar wind stream flowing from the indicated coronal hole.

- Space Weather | Solar Ham.


INFRASTRUCTURE COLLAPSE: More Plane Crashes As Effects Of Magnetic Polar Migration Increases – No Injuries In Clermont Plane Crash In Florida; One Person Killed In Plane Crash In Highlands County, Florida; Minor Injuries From Plane Crash At Wheeler Downtown Airport In Kansas And Two Killed In Palm Beach County Plane Crash In Florida!

March 3, 2015 – UNITED STATES – The following constitutes several of latest reports of plane crashes, as the effects of magnetic polar migration continue to wreak havoc on transportation services.

No injuries in Clermont plane crash in Florida

A single-engine plane crashed in a residential area in Clermont Sunday afternoon.

Clermont Police said the owner of the plane said he was attempting to land on his property located behind the 1700 block of Nature Cove Lane when a tail wind caused the pane to continue through a wire fence, then a wood fence.

The plane stopped in the backyard and crashed into a tree, according to a report.

Police say the owner had no injuries, and there was minor damage to the plane.

The Federal Aviation Administration will investigate the crash Monday. – MyFOX Orlando.

One person killed in small plane crash in Highlands County, Florida

One person is dead after a plane crashed in Highlands County.

The small, experimental aircraft crashed in a creek in the Spring Lake Subdivision, near Sebring. Authorities have not released the victim’s name at this time.

A small plane crashed in Highlands County on Monday(Photo: Sky 10)

Sky 10 video shows the plane crash is not far from several homes.

The National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration will investigate the cause of the crash.

Initial reports indicated the plane was an ultralight aircraft, but the FAA describes it as an experimental, amateur-made plane. – WTSP.

Plane’s ‘hard lands’ and crash at the Wheeler Downtown Airport in Kansas, causing minor injuries

At least one person suffered minor injuries after an aircraft experienced a “hard landing” Sunday night at Wheeler Downtown Airport.

One of the aircraft’s two occupants suffered a broken arm, said Joe McBride, a Kansas City Aviation Department spokesman.

The Piper single-engine aircraft lost power and went down on the north side of the airport on or near a gravel maintenance road, McBride said.

Kansas City fire and police personnel responded to the accident, which occurred just before 7 p.m.

The aircraft had left an airport near Mosby, Mo., in Clay County and had flown over the Country Club Plaza before its pilot flew to Wheeler airport and practiced a “touch and go” landing, McBride said.

The plane soon lost power and came down north of the airport, coming close to going into the Missouri River, McBride said. Although the aircraft’s landing gear was damaged, the plane did not turn over, he said.

The Federal Aviation Administration probably will investigate the incident, McBride said. – Kansas City.

UPDATE: Two killed in Palm Beach County plane crash in Florida

A single-engine plane crashed in a marshy area within a Palm Beach County wildlife refuge Monday, killing its two passengers and sending rescue workers trudging through knee-high mud and dense brush to reach it.

The victims had not been identified late Monday, and Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Teri Barbera said authorities did not immediately know their genders.

Rescuers had to navigate the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge’s inhospitable conditions, west of U.S. 441 about 1.5 miles north of the docks off Lee Road, to reach the wreckage and pull the bodies from it.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the aircraft took off from the Palm Beach County Park — also known as the Lantana Airport — a general aviation facility west of Lantana. It was charred in the crash, which happened just before 1 p.m.

Investigators had not determined its type or registration number by the end of the day.

Ron Bradshaw, who was fishing for bass in the 145,800-acre park on Monday, said he heard a “whirring” sound before the plane went down, but didn’t see it happen.

“I heard the props go ‘whiiiirrrrrrr’ and then it must have nose-dived in,” he said. “And boom, that was it.”

From the crash site about a mile away, Bradshaw could see smoke billowing. He said he was the first one there and ran up a levee to try to help, but was stopped by the thick mud and a wall of cattails.

“There was nothing I could do,” Bradshaw said. “Because I couldn’t get to it.”

One of the wings of the plane had been torn off and was lying about 20 feet away from its body, he said. He looked for possible survivors in the area but didn’t see any. And he called 911, struggling to describe the location because it was “the middle of nowhere.”

Help arrived in force. First responders came from the Sheriff’s Office, Palm Beach County Fire Rescue and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Helicopters flew overhead and fire trucks and patrol cars streamed into the park.

Juanita Longwell watched them pull in from a dock she was sitting at within the refuge, where she came for a visit while on vacation from Spencer, Mass.

“You name it, it went in there,” she said. “We didn’t see anything except all the rescue things going in.”

Firefighters used airboats and the ladder of a fire engine to reach the burned wreckage, which they sprayed down with a hose.

It was not the first time a plane crashed in the wildlife refuge. In 2013, a man flying from the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport to the Leesburg International Airport died after his plane crashed in it.

And in 2011, two men on their way from the Stuart Air Show to the North Palm Beach County General Aviation Airport met the same fate.

The circumstances of Monday’s crash were not known by the end of the day. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating and the National Transportation Safety Board will determine the cause. – Sun Sentinel.

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PLANETARY TREMORS: Powerful 6.4 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off West Indonesia – No Tsunami Warning, No Injuries Or Damage!

USGS earthquake location


March 3, 2015 – INDONESIA
– A powerful 6.4-magnitude undersea earthquake has struck western Indonesia, the US Geological Survey says, but there was no tsunami alert and no immediate reports of casualties or damage.

The quake hit at a depth of 37 kilometres at 5.37pm (2137 AEDT) on Tuesday close to Pulau Siberut, part of the Mentawai Islands, off the west coast of vast Sumatra island, said the USGS.

An official from Indonesia’s meteorological, geophysics and climatology agency Benny, who like many Indonesians goes by one name, said that there was no potential for a tsunami.

USGS shakemap intensity

The quake was felt in several cities in West Sumatra province, including the provincial capital Padang, but there were no reports of damage, he said.

Indonesia sits on the Pacific ‘Ring of Fire’ where continental plates collide, causing frequent seismic and volcanic activity.

A huge undersea quake in 2004 triggered a tsunami that killed more than 170,000 people in Aceh province, on western Sumatra island, and tens of thousands more in other countries with coasts on the Indian Ocean. – SKY News.

Tectonic Summary – Seismotectonics of the Sumatra Region

The plate boundary southwest of Sumatra is part of a long tectonic collision zone that extends over 8000 km from Papua in the east to the Himalayan front in the west. The Sumatra-Andaman portion of the collision zone forms a subduction zone megathrust plate boundary, the Sunda-Java trench, which accommodates convergence between the Indo-Australia and Sunda plates. This convergence is responsible for the intense seismicity and volcanism in Sumatra. The Sumatra Fault, a major transform structure that bisects Sumatra, accommodates the northwest-increasing lateral component of relative plate motion.

Relative plate motion between the Indo-Australia and Sunda plates is rapid, decreasing from roughly 63 mm/year near the southern tip of Sumatra (Australia relative to Sunda) to 44 mm/year north of Andaman Islands (India relative to Sunda) and rotating counterclockwise to the northwest, so that relative motion near Jakarta is nearly trench-normal but becomes nearly trench-parallel near Myanmar. As a result of the rotation in relative motion along the strike of the arc and the interaction of multiple tectonic plates, several interrelated tectonic elements compose the Sumatra-Andaman plate boundary. Most strain accumulation and release occurs along the Sunda megathrust of the main subduction zone, where lithosphere of the subducting Indo-Australia plate is in contact with the overlying Sunda plate down to a depth of 60 km. Strain release associated with deformation within the subducting slab is evidenced by deeper earthquakes that extend to depths of less than 300 km on Sumatra and 150 km or less along the Andaman Islands. The increasingly oblique convergence between these two plates moving northwest along the arc is accommodated by crustal seismicity along a series of transform and normal faults. East of the Andaman Islands, back- arc spreading in the Andaman Sea produces a zone of distributed normal and strike-slip faulting. Similar to the Sumatran Fault, the Sagaing Fault near Myanmar also accommodates the strike-slip component of oblique plate motion. Plate-boundary related deformation is also not restricted to the subduction zone and overriding plate: the subducting Indo-Australian plate actually comprises two somewhat independent plates (India and Australia), with small amounts of motion relative to one another, that are joined along a broad, actively-deforming region producing seismicity up to several hundred kilometers west of the trench. This deformation is exemplified by the recent April 2012 earthquake sequence, which includes the April 11 M 8.6 and M 8.2 strike-slip events and their subsequent aftershocks.

USGS plate tectonics for the region

Paleoseismic studies using coral reefs as a proxy for relative land level changes associated with earthquake displacement suggest that the Sunda arc has repeatedly ruptured during relatively large events in the past, with records extending as far back as the 10th century. In northern Simeulue Island, the southern terminus of the 2004 megathrust earthquake rupture area, a cluster of megathrust earthquakes occurred over a 56 year period between A.D. 1390 and 1455, resulting in uplift substantially greater than that caused by the 2004 event. Studies that look at large sheeted deposits of sand on land interpreted as the transport of debris from a tsunami wave also indicate that this region has experienced significant tsunamis in the past centuries, albeit infrequently.

Prior to 2004, the most recent megathrust earthquakes along the Sumatran-Andaman plate boundary were in 1797 (M 8.7-8.9), 1833 (M 8.9-9.1) and 1861 (M8.5). Since 2004, much of the Sunda megathrust between the northern Andaman Islands and Enggano Island, a distance of more than 2,000 km, has ruptured in a series of large subduction zone earthquakes – most rupturing the plate boundary south of Banda Aceh. The great M 9.1 earthquake of December 26, 2004, which produced a devastating tsunami, ruptured much of the boundary between Myanmar and Simeulue Island offshore Banda Aceh. Immediately to the south of the great 2004 earthquake, the M 8.6 Nias Island earthquake of March 28, 2005 ruptured a 400-km section between Simeulue and the Batu Islands. Farther south in the Mentawai islands, two earthquakes on September 12, 2007 of M 8.5 and M 7.9 occurred in the southern portion of the estimated 1797 and 1833 ruptures zone, which extends from approximately Enggano Island to the northern portion of Siberut Island. Smaller earthquakes have also been locally important: a M 7.6 rupture within the subducting plate caused considerable damage in Padang in 2009, and a M 7.8 rupture on October 25, 2010 occurred on the shallow portion of the megathrust to the west of the Mentawai Islands, and caused a substantial tsunami on the west coast of those islands.

In addition to the current seismic hazards along this portion of the Sunda arc, this region is also recognized as having one of the highest volcanic hazards in the world. One of the most dramatic eruptions in human history was the Krakatau eruption on August 26-27, 1883, a volcano just to the southeast of the island of Sumatra, which resulted in over 35, 000 casualties.

Subduction and seismicity along the plate boundary adjacent to Java is fundamentally different from that of the Sumatran-Andaman section. Relative motion along the Java arc is trench-normal (approximately 65-70 mm/year) and does not exhibit the same strain partitioning and back-arc strike- slip faulting that are observed along the Sumatra margin. Neither has the Java subduction zone hosted similar large magnitude megathrust events to those of its neighbor, at least in documented history. Although this region is not as seismically active as the Sumatra region, the Java arc has hosted low to intermediate-magnitude extensional earthquakes and deep-focus (300-700 km) events and exhibits a similar if not higher volcanic hazard. This arc has also hosted two large, shallow tsunami earthquakes in the recent past which resulted in high tsunami run-ups along the southern Java coast.

- USGS.

DISASTER PRECURSORS: Omen – The Latest Incidents Of Strange Animal Behavior, Mass Animal Die-Offs, Appearance Of Rare Creatures And Warnings From Mother Nature!

March 3, 2015 – EARTH – The following constitutes the latest reports of unusual and symbolic animal behavior, mass die-offs, beaching and stranding of mammals, and the appearance of rare creatures.

Hundreds of dead fish found in Columbia River in Portland, United States

Dead fish on Sauvie Island beaches caused people to wonder what was happening. These are smelt that have washed ashore after spawning recently,
seen along the shore of the Columbia River on Sauvie Island on March 2, 2015. Mike Zacchino/Staff

Residents of North Portland’s Bridgeton neighborhood along the Columbia River reported waking to a disturbing sight Sunday.

Heide Island, who lives in a floating home on the river, said she took her dogs for a walk about 8:30 a.m. and found hundreds of dead fish at the water’s edge.

The fish, which bore the appearance of baby salmon, were floating on the water and covering the beach, she said. In her seven years in the neighborhood, Island said, she’d never seen something like this.

Jessica Sall, a spokeswoman for the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the deaths were likely natural: an influx of smelt, a small fish, that dies after spawning.

“We’ve had a good run of smelt coming into the river,” she said.

Because there was no immediate cause for concern, the department had not sent a biologist to the scene, Sall said.

In the continental U.S., most smelt come from the Columbia River Basin, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

WATCH: Countless smelt washed ashore along the Columbia River on Sauvie Island after spawning, March 2, 2015.

They spend a handful of years in saltwater before returning to freshwater to spawn from late winter and into spring, and most adults perish after spawning.

Sall could not say why the fish were seen in droves at this part of the river, but she said the deaths did not seem unusual.The river patrol division of the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office agreed that a smelt die-off was the likely explanation. – Oregon Live.

3 dead sperm whales wash ashore within 3 days in Tamil Nadu, India

An adult male sperm whale stranded at Uyali Kuppam near Kalpakkam on Sunday.  © M. Karunakaran

The washing ashore of three sperm whales in the last three days has taken fishermen and marine researchers along the east coast by surprise.

While the first dead whale was found near Puducherry on Friday, a second carcass was located at Alambaraikuppam near Marakkanam on Saturday with the third being found at Uyyalikuppam near Kalpakkam on Sunday.

The stranded whale at Uyyalikuppam was a male measuring 50 feet in length and weighing nearly 4 tonnes. The carcass found on Saturday at Alambaraikuppam was that of a female sperm whale which measured 35 feet and weighed nearly 3 tonnes. Both died of injuries suffered on the tail after getting entangled in large nets near the sea surface, said researchers.

Supraja Dharini of TREE Foundation, who visited Uyyalikuppam village, said the flipper of the dead whale was 52 inches long and 30 inches wide, the short dorsal fin was two feet wide — measurements which indicate that it was full grown adult male. The carcass, which bore superficial injuries, had begun to decompose badly when washed ashore. Oil globules were found all over the dorsal side of the body, she said.

S Venkataraman, director, Zoological Survey of India (ZSI), told TOI that often earthquakes under the sea could disorient these deep sea mammals forcing them to move towards the sea surface where they could have swum into nets and died. With its large population of squids and flow of water currents, the Bay of Bengal region is believed to be a breeding ground for sperm whales though no proper study has been done on this, he said.

But P Dhandapani, formerly with ZSI, suspected the death due to infighting between the older mammals and the young ones. “Certain aspects of the whale’s behaviour have not been observed and recorded so far. So it would be difficult to ascertain the exact cause of death,” he said.

Sperm whales are one of the biggest and powerful aquatic mammals with a close and complex social structure. They can dive up to 2,000 metres and can hold their breath for two hours. Due to their deep diving capabilities, they frequently hunt giant squids. Spermaceti, an oily substance found in large quantities inside the mammal’s head, was used to make candles in the 18th and 19th centuries. Ambergris, another substance, was used to make perfumes. Extraction of both are banned now. – The Times of India.

Family pit bull severely mauls woman in Pinole, California

A family pet

A Pinole woman was being treated for life-threatening injuries Sunday after she was attacked and mauled by the family’s pet pit bull, investigators said.

The 40-year-old resident was attacked inside the home on Silverado Drive, in the Pinole Valley area shortly before 10 a.m. and bitten on her legs, arms and face. Pinole police were able to secure the animal in the back yard before Pinole Fire Department paramedics administered “advanced life support” treatment.

The woman’s wounds were so severe that she had to be flown by helicopter to the trauma center at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, said Steve Akre, the Pinole Fire battalion chief. He said there was a male resident inside the home at the time of the attack, but he was not injured.

“It’s a tragedy for all involved,” said Akre, who did not know what prompted the attack. “Our understanding is that the dog was a family pet that lived at the home with the victim.”
The woman, whose name was not released, was being treated at John Muir on Sunday night for lacerations to her face, both arms and both legs, Akre said.

The dog was brought to Contra Costa County Animal Services. – San Francisco Gate.

Hundreds of hibernating snakes disturbed by construction workers in Delta, British Columbia

Garter snakes. © Paul Steeves

Close to 500 garter snakes are getting settled in a new winter home, after their hibernation den was disturbed by construction in Delta, B.C.

Residents alerted crews reinforcing the dike near Beach Grove this week that there was a ball of sleeping snakes under some rocks, reported The Vancouver Sun.

Biologists were called in to rescue the serpents, who were then brought to the Wildlife Rescue Association of B.C. (WRA), said the group’s Facebook page.

The snakes are cozy in groups of 20 in plastic tubs with damp wood shavings and a dish of distilled water, said the WRA. During hibernation, known as brumation, snakes drop their body temperature so they don’t have to use much energy.

“We don’t have to feed them … they just need to be kept cool and they should be happy in the tubs,” WRA spokeswoman Yolanda Brooks told the Sun.

The serpents will be released back into their habitat around April.

The rescue centre only sees one or two snakes every year, but Janelle VanderBeek of the WRA told CBC: “They are actually really cute for snakes. – Huffingtonpost.

Oil storage tank leak near Yakima River in Washington State poses threat to animals and crops

Investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a storage tank to leak in Yakima River on Sunday. © Washington Department of Ecology

As much as 1,500 gallons of used motor oil leaked from an above-ground storage tank in Washington state into a creek that flows into the Yakima River, vital to the apple-growing state’s agricultural hub, officials said on Monday.

The cause of the spill on Sunday from the tank at a former feed lot near Sunnyside, about 170 miles southeast of Seattle, was under investigation.

Department of Ecology spokeswoman Joye Redfield-Wilder said the oil posed a threat to otters, waterfowl and fish as well as orchards and other crops in the area.

“In a couple of weeks, the canals will all be full and (farmers) will be watering their crops and their orchards, so we want to get this cleaned up,” Redfield-Wilder said.

The Washington state Department of Ecology said its workers installed absorbent pads and protective booms at several sites, including about 900 feet upstream of the mouth of Sulphur Creek and at a fish hatchery on the Yakima River after Sunday’s spill.

The slick could be seen in the water as far as 15 miles southeast of Sunnyside, the state said on Monday.

NRC Environmental Services, which the state hired to handle the cleanup, was using vacuum trucks to remove oil.

The Yakima River is an important water source for farm irrigation in south central Washington state. It is also a renowned trout fishing river. - Reuters.

Mass die off of fish and reptiles due to burst fuel pipe in Tabasco, Mexico

A week after the explosion rollover pipe, operations coordinator of the Institute of Civil Protection, recognized that the fire
and spill caused indirect and consequential damage. Photo: Reform

The spilled thousands of gallons of jet fuel explosion left a pipe Simsa Group company, on Saturday, sparking death of fish and turtles in an area of ​​two hectares covered by the Laguna El Camarón Ecological Park and an area of ​​bulrushes surrounding.

In one documented by the newspaper Reforma in the disaster area at the beginning of the federal Villahermosa Escárcega (Campeche) road, two kilometers from the city, travel iridescence fuel was found in the lagoon, hundreds of fish of the species castarrica snakes dead and charred between contaminated water.

The day of the accident, the attention of the State Civil Protection focused on controlling the fire, which delayed nearly two hours, and rescue the driver dual pipe remoque, carrying 67,000 liters of jet fuel.

However, a week before the explosion rollover pipe, Manuel Alarcon, operations coordinator of the Institute of Civil Protection, recognized that the fire and jet fuel spill caused many indirect and consequential damage.

Alarcón said that aside from the expertise of federal transit, the day after the accident, established communication with Simsa and its insurer, which undertook to respond attention to contingency, and assessing and repairing environmental damage through two private companies.

“The jet fuel was dammed in two bodies of water, which were affected in its ecosystem, first by the fire that burned the vegetation consists of bulrushes and then by pollution, which caused fish kills, as castarrica, and turtles, as pochitoques, Guaos, snakes and iguanas, “said David Silva Castillo, chief of brigade Nouvotek.

“As far we have come in the work of delimitation of damage caused by the explosion, keep finding dead species and other still alive,” said Silva.

Alarcon said that to avoid an increased risk of contamination of jet fuel, at a lower area adjacent to the lagoon, was closed sewer water passing beneath the federal highway.

He warned that both the report’s attention to contingency by Nouvotek, as the results of an audit entrusted to another private company, will join the investigations conducted by the Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (Profepa).

“The insurer is Simsa which will cover all costs of care to contingency, and potential environmental penalties to be imposed on the conveyor by this explosion,” said Silva Castillo. – Terra. [Translated]

Infowars Nightly News: Monday (3-2-15)

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On this Monday, March 2 edition of the Alex Jones Show, we cover Google's latest scheme to shut down independent media by ranking sites based on content rather than popularity. We also look…
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