Monthly Archives: August 2017

East Antarctica: Totten Ice Shelf Thinning From Below

A major Antarctic ice sheet, once believed to be stable, is anything but… Warming waters from the southern Indian Ocean are slipping under the Totten Ice Shelf in East Antarctica and thinning the ledge from below. The Totten Shelf, which … Continue reading

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Massive Mountain Tidal Waves Threaten Villages As Peruvian Glaciers Collapse

High in the Peruvian Andes, Lake Palcacocha is the poster child for global warming-driven glacier collapse disasters At the top of the mountain is Lake Palcacocha and the dwindling glacier that feeds it. In the lake is several billions gallons … Continue reading

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US Coastal Naval Bases Going Under – Fast

“From the tactical side our bases and stations on the coast are going underwater.” – Ret. Marine Brigadier General Stephen A. Cheney According to the latest warning from the US Military, the world’s largest naval base is (and has been) … Continue reading

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Mountainslide Engulfs Congo Fishing Village After Deluge

200+ DEAD IN CONGO AS MOUNTAINSIDE COLLAPSES AFTER HEAVY RAINS 200+ people have were killed Wednesday by a massive landslide in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Tora, a fishing village on the coast of Lake Albert in Ituri province … Continue reading

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