May 19, 2018

Earth Changes, April 2018 - Extreme weather around the world




This past April saw record snow for the North, Northeast and the Midwest of the US, together with strong winds and snow-melt flooding, leaving hundreds of thousands without light and damaging homes. Some parts of Europe and Northern Asia also had their share of unseasonable snow and frigid temperatures...yes, all this in April, with spring supposedly well under way.

Sheets of rain, floods and huge hail stones caused serious problems this April with the Middle East, Kenya, South Africa, Central America and the South of the US all suffering the consequences.

While many sinkholes still made their appearance around the world, huge cracks in the earth also opened up, alarming many people. Some researchers attribute such cracks to the liquefaction of earth layers below the surface due to heavy rains and floods, but there is also the slow down in the speed of earth's rotation and cosmic rays to consider when assessing this upsurge in geological activity...the earth's crust appears to be 'opening up'.

Volcanic activity in the ring of fire also remained high this April, and ther is no sign that it will decrease in intensity.

It should always be remembered that the kind of destructive weather patterns we are seeing around the world has a significant damaging effect on crops and livestock, with knock-on effects for the global economy that are yet to manifest.

            











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