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    DearWife

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    Hurricane Sandy

    Post  DearWife on Sat 27 Oct 2012, 2:53 am

    Here are a few satellite loops from the University of Washington, that show Hurricane Sandy:
    http://www.atmos.washington.edu/~ovens/wxloop.cgi?wv_east_common+/48h/
    http://www.atmos.washington.edu/~ovens/wxloop.cgi?vis1km_east_full+/24h/


    Using this site, check mark "Trop Pts" to see the direction of where Sandy will be heading:
    http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/eaus/flash-wv.html
    http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/eaus/flash-vis.html

    Goes East Satellite Imagery:
    http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/index.html
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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    Post  beejean on Sat 27 Oct 2012, 2:02 pm

    Sometimes a hurricane can prevent, dilute and serve as a distraction from a furious pursuit of some badly engineered plans by a government or faction that purposes furious actions and agendas.

    In this way, the brunt of the bad actions are widely spread over a big area, and some bad action which might have happened can not occur-- instead the bad action plan is confused as the big storm preventing the possible action-oriented tradgedy is borne by more people, especially when the people are blindfolded to the possibilities of what could have happened if the storm didn't happen.

    I am sorry for the losses that are presaged in the upcoming storm.

    Dear Wife, I hope YOU might get what I mean. Take a look at I Samuel 14:36-47.
    There is much that is a mystery, even to meteorologists in this confluence of weather Hurricane + Northeaster meet up. I won't speculate because some things that happen to change the course of daily events take a surprising and unpredictable turn for reasons no average person can grasp fully. It seems strange that Britain's Olympics highlighted "The Tempest" quote by Caliban at the start of the games and now the East is having a Tempest unlike one we've seen before.
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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    Post  DearWife on Sat 27 Oct 2012, 11:47 pm

    beejean wrote:Sometimes a hurricane can prevent, dilute and serve as a distraction from a furious pursuit of some badly engineered plans by a government or faction that purposes furious actions and agendas.

    In this way, the brunt of the bad actions are widely spread over a big area, and some bad action which might have happened can not occur-- instead the bad action plan is confused as the big storm preventing the possible action-oriented tradgedy is borne by more people, especially when the people are blindfolded to the possibilities of what could have happened if the storm didn't happen.

    I am sorry for the losses that are presaged in the upcoming storm.

    Dear Wife, I hope YOU might get what I mean. Take a look at I Samuel 14:36-47.
    There is much that is a mystery, even to meteorologists in this confluence of weather Hurricane + Northeaster meet up. I won't speculate because some things that happen to change the course of daily events take a surprising and unpredictable turn for reasons no average person can grasp fully. It seems strange that Britain's Olympics highlighted "The Tempest" quote by Caliban at the start of the games and now the East is having a Tempest unlike one we've seen before.

    Hi beejean, it kind of reminds me of the War of 1812, when a powerful hurricane and tornado hit out of nowhere, as the British were advancing upon the Americans. Hope you are able to view this vid...if not I provided an alternate link concerning the Burning of Washington, and Washing DC tornadoes:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gm5PQrMzRm0&feature=related




    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burning_of_Washington
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Washington,_D.C._tornadoes


    "August 25, 1814: A "most tremendous hurricane" struck the city during the Burning of Washington during the War of 1812. There are few historical accounts of this event, and many sources disagree on the details. Some sources question whether this event was a tornado or a hurricane. However, most agree that it was a true tornado, and some maintain that it was a tornado followed closely by a hurricane. Whatever its nature, the storm tore the roofs from many buildings. Several cannons were thrown through the air by the violent winds. Thirty British soldiers and some residents were buried in the rubble, and several died. Damage to trees also occurred "higher in the country." The British Army left Washington soon after the storm, and heavy rains which accompanied the storm helped extinguish the fires.[4][5][7][8]"


    I haven't read "The Tempest" as of yet, as I have several Cantos left from reading Dante's Inferno. But I do have it in my book; Caliban, a savage and deformed slave. This is what Caliban, in Act III scene 2 says:

    "Be not afeared; the isle is full of noises,
    Sounds and sweet airs that give delight and hurt not.
    Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments
    Will hum about mine ears; and sometimes voices
    That, if I then had waked after long sleep,
    Will make me sleep again; and then, in dreaming,
    The clouds methought would open and show riches
    Ready to drop upon me, that, when I waked,
    I cried to dream again."

    Have a blessed evening beejean.
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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    Post  beejean on Tue 30 Oct 2012, 2:54 pm

    Hi DearWife,

    I have weathered the storm well, although my workplace is closed for the moment due to a power outage.

    My husband and I went out to Narragansett bay Rhode Island on Sunday night, taking some time to pick up a few of the electronics my son who lives there uses at his rented beach house (1000 ft from water) to get them away from the area which was subject to damage. There was a mandatory evacuation there in that area of the town where he's living.

    We don't know how the area fared right now, and it's 90 percent without power. My son stayed inland out of the evacuation areas, at a friend's place.

    I thank you for looking up Caliban and quoting him from the Tempest play by William Shakespeare, such as was mentioned during the Olympics. Kind of like the Stock Market. Just one EMP, or Flood, and all the wealth and records of wealth are like a dream.

    I have a 401K that I have been contributing too sometimes, and sometimes I suspend it when there's no work available. Maybe if the stock market stays closed much longer, I'll have "dreamed" that so-called "wealth" that I've tried to save to pay medical bills when whatever Social Security is around takes effect for me. ONLY KIDDING ! Actually, I don't dream so much about wealth, but more about how people treat each other and how primitive, or how advanced, people act in manners and virtues. And that video about the 1812 war -- it's amazing to think about how the storm unfolded to disrupt the destruction of the D.C. area. Thanks for posting that too. I have turned my videoplayer back on, even though I don't fully trust it, because I think other things can be embedded in picture tags and videos.
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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    Post  beejean on Thu 01 Nov 2012, 9:09 am

    Thought I'd follow-up with a few words about Narragansett Rhode Island and how it fared from Hurricane Sandy.

    The power was restored about 9 pm Weds, Oct 31st at Point Judith peninsula. The town lost both of its sewage pumps which failed during the storm, and necessitated a large town expenditure and repairs to replace them.

    Shore line damage rate was high. The sand and rocks poured over the sea wall and the town is using heavy equipment to open the shore roads. Restaurants close to the water sustained heavy damage. The police had to start constant armed patrols to control looting. People. including my son, are getting back into their places after the mandatory evac.

    Around here in Massachusetts, we had follow-up severe thunderstorms on Tuesday night. One town had a microburst during the heavy downpours that tossed a large number of trees - sticking some of them into the roofs and attics of houses. This place here, the Riverbank Quarters, is all right and I have gratitude as an attitude that things are OK.
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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    Post  DearWife on Sat 01 Dec 2012, 7:38 am

    beejean wrote:Thought I'd follow-up with a few words about Narragansett Rhode Island and how it fared from Hurricane Sandy.

    The power was restored about 9 pm Weds, Oct 31st at Point Judith peninsula. The town lost both of its sewage pumps which failed during the storm, and necessitated a large town expenditure and repairs to replace them.

    Shore line damage rate was high. The sand and rocks poured over the sea wall and the town is using heavy equipment to open the shore roads. Restaurants close to the water sustained heavy damage. The police had to start constant armed patrols to control looting. People. including my son, are getting back into their places after the mandatory evac.

    Around here in Massachusetts, we had follow-up severe thunderstorms on Tuesday night. One town had a microburst during the heavy downpours that tossed a large number of trees - sticking some of them into the roofs and attics of houses. This place here, the Riverbank Quarters, is all right and I have gratitude as an attitude that things are OK.

    Thank you for your update, I hadn't seen your post till today, my apologies. My family on the east coast are faring well too, the last upsetting thing though was that explosion in Springfield. When I heard about that gas explosion, it took me back to the explosion on the other side of the bay in San Bruno. But family there were not effected by this one.

    Concerning your video player, I know how it goes with that too, I have several add-ons I use for my browser to block what's embedded. AdblockPlus is good to stop advertising within flash videos and websites, NoScript for malicious scripts and I pick and choose what content I want allowed.

    Have a blessed evening.
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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    Post  beejean on Sun 02 Dec 2012, 6:39 pm

    Hi, Dear Wife,
    I hope you've been doing well the past week.

    Angel of God, my guardian dear, to whom His love commits me here. Ever this month be at my side to light and guard, to rule and guide !

    The Springfield gas explosion disaster (damaging 42 local buildings) was found to have been initiated by the local Privately owned gas utility workers. They were using a gas pipeline detection tool to find the pipe and stuck it into the earth so hard that it went through the pipe. It was on the same street where my mother had, prior to the 21st century, worked in downtown Springfield for 20 years, God rest her soul. Luckily it did not get the daycare children next door.

    The nation is experiencing an increase in natural disasters, in my opinion.
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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    Post  DearWife on Tue 04 Dec 2012, 10:47 am

    beejean wrote:Hi, Dear Wife,
    I hope you've been doing well the past week.

    Angel of God, my guardian dear, to whom His love commits me here. Ever this month be at my side to light and guard, to rule and guide !

    The Springfield gas explosion disaster (damaging 42 local buildings) was found to have been initiated by the local Privately owned gas utility workers. They were using a gas pipeline detection tool to find the pipe and stuck it into the earth so hard that it went through the pipe. It was on the same street where my mother had, prior to the 21st century, worked in downtown Springfield for 20 years, God rest her soul. Luckily it did not get the daycare children next door.

    The nation is experiencing an increase in natural disasters, in my opinion.

    Thank you for the lovely quote, I have not heard it before. So glad the children were protected next door. When I was younger, I too was close to death a few times. I know it must have been my angel that came to help me Smile

    This week was very rainy and windy. We weathered the storm(s) well here. On Sunday, I saw the seagulls gathered together, flying around. A few onlookers noticed the whole lot of them too. Me thinks they wanted to see the ballgame Wink But it was a rather lovely day, the sky had cleared and the clouds were fluffy and white. I did hear them, warning of the storms few days prior. Usually for just rain, it is a lone one calling. But this time there were several doing it. There are a few saying like:

    Seagull, seagull sit on the sand.
    It's never good weather when you're on land.

    Usually when they are gathered together in great number, I know that where I'm at will be kept safe. Also the pigeons were gathered in great number on the power lines. Here are some weather proverbs:

    http://www.wikihow.com/Predict-the-Weather-Without-a-Forecast

    http://suite101.com/article/folklore-of-seagulls-myths-and-old-stories-a133385

    http://www.cmos.ca/weatherlore.html



    Have a good evening/day Smile


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