fidockave213

The messenger of End Times

The messenger of End Times

 

Back by popular demand fidockave213 is uploading videos once again.  He is now using a backup channel seventhvail213 which ties closer to the prophesy in the bible that he uses in his script.  He still uploads to fidockave213 and the fan base he’s created for himself was just left on the side of the road wondering what happen to the messenger (8 months of no vids) of End Times!   His style of presentation has influenced Tube users but just the same the opener of his vids with that wailing air raid  siren then the sound of sizzling light and bang the cracking of thunder,  got me to watch his first vid,  great frickin audio,  just epic.

Now that some time has passed and we look upon today’s weather events, who’s to say that all this going on is normal?  Climate change on Earth will always be a factor for any era,  just the way of the world but does offer an interesting spin on humanity for lets face it, too many humans are butt plugs who sit in public office that deface The Constitution and lie to the public about their functions. Outside of that the weather is recording biblical events of extreme weather that seem to indicate the beginning, The Book of Revelations of  Prophetic Events, many quotes used in his vids do represent this Pandora’s Box that is being unleashed on society.  As a spectator of current times we’re seeing history unfold and we have a front row seat, many have passed already (R.I.P.) do to the extreme weather and civil unrest, no sign in letting up soon.

So if you believe in GOD or not, certainly something is up.  We can’t fix climate change, she’s been doing her own thing for 4.5 billion years but we can help by eliminating many of our bad habits that contribute to pollution of Earth’s air and the water provided which is our greatest resource.  We can fix stupid like the idea of digging a nuclear waste dump near the shore of  Lake Huron  (you need to see that and sign)  that would be safe for 100,000 years?  Yeah right but many enjoy a butt plug!  Hey fidockave213 what time is it?  Ah it’s GOD’s time Sir!

On with the show,  your front row center and no ticket necessary your already here.

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One Home of Water and Ice

Over the course of several years, turbulent water overflow from a large melt lake carved this 60-foot-deep (18.3 meter-deep) canyon (note people near left edge for scale).

Over the course of several years, turbulent water overflow from a large melt lake carved this 60-foot-deep (18.3 meter-deep) canyon (note people near left edge for scale).

NASA has been on a mission with GRACE (Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment) for the last 10 years,  the data is in.

From NASA

Mission Overview:

The GRACE mission was selected as the second mission under the NASA Earth System Science Pathfinder (ESSP) Program in May 1997. Launched in March of 2002, the GRACE mission is accurately mapping variations in Earth’s gravity field. Designed for a nominal mission lifetime of five years, GRACE is currently operating in an extended mission phase, which is expected to continue through at least 2015.

Image credit NASAJPL Caltech Artists concept of Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment

GRACE, twin satellites launched in March 2002

GRACE consists of two identical spacecraft that fly about 220 kilometers (137 miles) apart in a polar orbit 500 kilometers (310 miles) above Earth. GRACE maps Earth’s gravity field by making accurate measurements of the distance between the two satellites, using GPS and a microwave ranging system. It is providing scientists from all over the world with an efficient and cost-effective way to map Earth’s gravity field with unprecedented accuracy. The results from this mission are yielding crucial information about the distribution and flow of mass within Earth and its surroundings.

The gravity variations studied by GRACE include: changes due to surface and deep currents in the ocean; runoff and ground water storage on land masses; exchanges between ice sheets or glaciers and the ocean; and variations of mass within Earth. Another goal of the mission is to create a better profile of Earth’s atmosphere. GRACE results are making a huge contribution to the goals of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, Earth Observation System (EOS) and global climate change studies.

GRACE is a joint partnership between the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in the United States and Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Luft und Raumfahrt (DLR) in Germany. Dr. Byron Tapley of The University of Texas Center for Space Research (UTCSR) is the Principal Investigator (PI), and Frank Flechtner of the GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ) Potsdam is the Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI). Project management and systems engineering activities are carried out by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) has measured significant groundwater depletion around the world in recent years.

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Global Ice Mass Changes

Global Sea Level 1992 thru 2012 NASA

This figure shows changes in global mean sea level as measured by satellite altimetry (NASA/CNES Topex/Poseidon and Jason-1; and NASA/CNES/NOAA/EUMETSAT Jason-2) between 1992 to 2012. The data have been averaged to account for long time scale variations in sea level. The average annual increase in sea level over this timeframe, depicted by the blue line, is 3.2 millimeters per year. The inset shows changes in Earth’s water mass from the beginning of 2010 to mid 2011. Blue colors indicate an increase in water mass over the continents. A new NASA study shows that most of the sea level drop in 2010-11 [red circle] was related to the mass transport of water from the ocean to the continents (primarily Australia, northern South America and Southeast Asia [blue arrows]). While the ocean “lost” water, the continents experienced a gain because of increased rainfalls brought on by the 2010/11 La Nina. By mid-2012, global mean sea level had recovered by more than the 5 millimeters it dropped in 2010/11.

Animation shows the location of mountain glaciers and ice caps around the world with data from the GRACE mission to show recent trends in ice mass loss or gain.

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Alaska’s Big Thaw

Journeyman Pictures:

Climate change scientists say that Alaska is warming at twice the rate of the rest of the planet.  Erosion, flooding and a drastically changing landscape is putting locals at the forefront of a crisis.

“It’s changing. The ice is getting thinner. Warming up early. Getting cold late. Summer is snowing, winter is raining.” The native Alaskan community of Newtok is predicted to be underwater by 2017 and locals like Reppi Swan say it’s getting harder and harder to hunt because of the rapidly disappearing ice. There are 23,000 glaciers in Alaska, and glaciologist Tad Pfeffer believes they are all shrinking. “Every day I wake up and look out my window and think, ‘wow this is scary'”, says Robin Bronen, a local of 25 years. As the imperative to relocate whole communities grows stronger, anxieties over lack of government funds or action is causing growing anger. In response locals have started filing law suits against the oil companies they hold responsible for the rising temperatures. “The government aren’t dealing with the problem. Our lawsuit is going to the source”, argues local resident Colleen Swan. Has Alaska already reached the tipping point?

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Earth NASA Science

Earth Day Every Day at NASA

How’s your day going?

NASA’s Earth Science Mission seeks to understand Earth’s systems and their responses to natural and anthropogenic (human-made) changes.  A fleet of satellites in NASA’s Earth Observing System gives scientists the global, long-term measurements they need to connect the atmosphere (air), lithosphere (land), hydrosphere (water), cryosphere (snow/ice), and biosphere (life) as a single system.

Earth is currently in a period of warming. Over the last century, Earth’s average temperature rose about 1.1°F (0.6°C).  In the last two decades, the rate of our world’s warming accelerated and scientists predict that the globe will continue to warm over the course of the 21st century. Is this warming trend a reason for concern?  After all, our world has witnessed extreme warm periods before, such as during the time of the dinosaurs.  Earth has also seen numerous ice ages on roughly 11,000-year cycles for at least the last million years. So, change is perhaps the only constant in Earth’s 4.5-billion-year history.

NASA's Fleet

NASA’s Fleet

The greatest minds of the last century perceived wondrous things about the universe itself—the Big Bang and black holes, dark matter and dark energy, and the nature of space and time.  Their theories challenge NASA to use its presence in space to put them to the test.  NASA’s Great Observatories are taking us to the limits of the theories proposed by Einstein, Hubble, Spitzer and Chandrasekhar.  We are now poised to move beyond.  Having measured the age of the universe, we now seek to explore its ultimate extremes—its stupendous birth, the edges of space and time near black holes, and the darkest space between galaxies.  Having exploited nearly the full spectrum of light, we will explore using gravitational waves in space-time.  Seeking to understand the relationship between the smallest of subatomic particles and the vast expanse of the cosmos.  Having discovered more than a hundred giant planets around other stars, we now seek to find Earth-like planets in other solar systems.  This is NASA’s science vision: the scientific exploration of our planet, other planets and planetary bodies, our star system in its entirety, and the universe beyond.  In so doing, we lay the intellectual foundation for the robotic and human expeditions of the future.  What follows is NASA’s plan for turning this vision into scientific discovery.

The Mission

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Signs in the Heavens

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Fidockave213 is a U Tube user from the United Kingdom and for every month now since Feb 2011 has edited clips of extreme  weather occurrences dubbed with an audio track that makes this a little haunting.  He begins his introductions of the clip with the whaling sound of an air raid siren along with a photo expanding of the last solar eclipse viewed from Australia.  A great intro for what you’re going to experience with the correlation of the Book of Revelations and signs in the Heavens.  Seeming to these events one can not help but to feel something is looming in the balance of nature,  kind of leaves you with a modern-day Twilight Zone episode but in here the clips are real.   The theory behind it all,  well that’s up to you.

Many inspiring  comments on the clips he edits and his channel is nearing 8 million hits,  ah Fidockav213,  you have our attention, nice work mate.

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Ice Melt

Let NASA explain this!

From NASA:

Using satellite measurements from the NASA/German Aerospace Center Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE), the researchers measured ice loss in all of Earth’s land ice between 2003 and 2010, with particular emphasis on glaciers and ice caps outside of Greenland and Antarctica.

The total global ice mass lost from Greenland, Antarctica and Earth’s glaciers and ice caps during the study period was about 4.3 trillion tons (1,000 cubic miles), adding about 0.5 inches (12 millimeters) to global sea level.  That’s enough ice to cover the United States 1.5 feet (0.5 meters) deep.

“Earth is losing a huge amount of ice to the ocean annually, and these new results will help us answer important questions in terms of both sea rise and how the planet’s cold regions are responding to global change,” said University of Colorado Boulder physics professor John Wahr, who helped lead the study.  “The strength of GRACE is it sees all the mass in the system, even though its resolution is not high enough to allow us to determine separate contributions from each individual glacier.”

About a quarter of the average annual ice loss came from glaciers and ice caps outside of Greenland and Antarctica (roughly 148 billion tons, or 39 cubic miles).  Ice loss from Greenland and Antarctica and their peripheral ice caps and glaciers averaged 385 billion tons (100 cubic miles) a year. Results of the study will be published online Feb. 8 in the journal Nature.

Traditional estimates of Earth’s ice caps and glaciers have been made using ground measurements from relatively few glaciers to infer what all the world’s unmonitored glaciers were doing.  Only a few hundred of the roughly 200,000 glaciers worldwide have been monitored for longer than a decade.

One unexpected study result from GRACE was that the estimated ice loss from high Asian mountain ranges like the Himalaya, the Pamir and the Tien Shan was only about 4 billion tons of ice annually.  Some previous ground-based estimates of ice loss in these high Asian mountains have ranged up to 50 billion tons annually.

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Wilkins Ice Shelf

“I’ve never seen anything like this before — it was awesome. We flew along the main crack and observed the sheer scale of movement from the breakage. Big hefty chunks of ice, the size of small houses, look as though they’ve been thrown around like rubble — it’s like an explosion.”

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Geophysical Research

From: JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH

JGR Oceans

Observed sea ice extent in the Russian Arctic, 1933–2006: 

We present a time series of sea ice extent in the Russian Arctic based on observational sea ice charts compiled by the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI).  These charts are perhaps the oldest operational sea ice data in existence and show that sea ice extent in the Russian Arctic has generally decreased since the beginning of the chart series in 1933.  This retreat has not been continuous, however.  For the Russian Arctic as a whole in summer, there have been two periods of retreat separated by a partial recovery between the mid-1950s and mid-1980s.

The AARI charts, combined with air temperature records, suggest that the retreat in recent decades is pan-Arctic and year-round in some regions, whereas the early twentieth century retreat was only observed in summer in the Russian Arctic.  The AARI ice charts indicate that a significant transition occurred in the Russian Arctic in the mid-1980s, when its sea ice cover began to retreat along with that of the rest of the Arctic.

Cutter Healy

Ice may be retreating but Nome Alaska along with Russia and Europe are experiencing record cold and snow since a 100 years ago.  The Russia Tanker Renda was cut out of the ice 110 miles south of Nome.  The Coast Guard Cutter Healy conducting the escort of the tanker vessel Renda on a mission to deliver fuel and prevent a potential energy crisis in Nome, Alaska.  At some point I’m sure the Northern routes will open to more shipping lanes and drilling for oil but I would not mothball The Cutters’ just yet!

 

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