Earth's Axis has changed

December 13, 2018

12-2018 ITYS Insane weather as predicted

Filed under: axis change — mmc7 @ 3:53 pm

I told you that we would have a bitter cold winter in the northern hemisphere and the southern hemisphere would suffer from the same heat waves and wildfires as we experienced last summer.  This is merely the beginning. It is going to get a lot worse before March. Bad enough to cause major power outages so it would be a good time to buy some heavily insulated sleeping bags for each family member in case of an emergency when you lose your power.

Those in Australia, South Africa and south America should buy at least one window air conditioner before it gets any hotter and the prices triple and they run out of stock. For both hemispheres don’t wait until the last minute to plan for severe weather which you already know is headed your way if not already there. Those in flood zones should also plan for that while those living in earthquake zones should expect the worst. We are talking about global Armageddon in relation to the severe weather we will all see by March. Then we will suffer again when our summer returns in June. Expect this to be the norm as long as our sun is over the poles on each solstice.

I am currently having tropical downpours where I live which is clearly not the norm for Texas… while the rest of the country is being buried in a snow storm and ice.  Of all times for my furnace to fail, I’m running on two small portable heaters… the safe liquid radiator style. The only portable heater I trust. No open flames if you have pets. But not quite enough to heat the entire house. I also have to be careful not to run the microwave at the same time while they are sharing the same circuit because these heaters really pull the current as does the microwave. Enough to pop the circuit. Even on a 20 A circuit. I can’t call for repair until I clear out the area under the attic door.

If you really want to see some wild weather stories about numerous floods and hailstorms in Saudi Arabia and subsidences I have added a link below which has a list of weather and geological related articles and photos. Not to overlook all those earthquakes, etc., Take a look at the list of disasters just in the past 2 weeks on this website link below.






  1. Hi
    Are you ok? I worry about your health when you are quiet for so long. Hope you are well.
    Best wishes


    Comment by D — March 21, 2019 @ 12:35 am | Reply

    • You are right. I haven’t felt well since Oct. Also, my keyboard has broken leaving me to one digitized letter at a time. But I finally found it was my Addisons condition causing the problems but not enough doctors know how to treat it properly so it is always a battle. JFK had this condition. I also have chronic pain from Fibromyalgia & Reiters syndrome & a plethora of other issues. But I keep fighting.


      Comment by mmc7 — March 21, 2019 @ 1:20 am | Reply

  2. So far our winter has been as severe as suspected by most in the know here in Northern Ontario. We have been on average at least twice as cold as for what our normal temps should be. For example this morning here was -40.5 C at sunrise without any windchill and last night with the windchill some areas saw -55 C which is deadly. Our normal temps should be -8 C high and -19 C low, our forecast here for the next week is -20 C high and -40 C low. It appears as though the cold is stretching all the was down into Mexico which must be very unusual for them I would expect and South Sudan is the hot spot at 42 C. The sun seems to be tracking north since the solstice and I did not see it continue more south after the 21st. Stay warm everybody in the northern hemisphere.
    Cheers, Dean


    Comment by Dean — January 26, 2019 @ 8:19 am | Reply

    • It was a bad time of year for my central heat to break. I think the squirrels chewed through the wiring again. I got two of those portable liquid heaters for the house but they don’t heat very well with cathedral ceilings. Even worse since my late spouse who was a psychopath, tore out all the interior doors and hauled them off to the dump, including the hinges and door knobs. Even the closet doors. Not one interior door remains so I cannot seal out the cold from the large open rooms with no doors and cathedral ceilings. Just one hinge costs over $30 each and there are 3 hinges per door. So that is 15 pre-hung doors and 45 hinges and 15 door knob sets. Those 2 liquid heaters are running at full bore just to keep everything from freezing. At their very best, they can only heat the house to 65 F degrees. I have to be careful not to pop the breaker. I have to remember to shut off one of the heater when I run the microwave to keep from popping the breaker. I also have a chest freezer running with the other heater so there is no place else where I can run the heater where it won’t pop a breaker. I’ll have to wait until it warms up in April to clean out the garage to access the drop down stairs.

      I’m only fortunate that Texas is the warmest spot in the US. Except the other day when we had freezing rain which looked like snow when it froze on the grass. But it was ice. Freezing rain. It was damn cold. It is a good thing I have heavy duty custom fit levalor cell blinds on every window and dual layer window glass. Inside the house, I had to wear a coat and 2 blankets and a velvet jogging suit just to keep warm plus adding two electric hot pads to keep warm. I even put the blankets in the dryer to heat them up to stay warm. I’m only lucky the worst of the cold weather has bypassed Dallas so far.

      But the rest of the US has been freezing. So make sure you add extra blankets and winter sleeping bags & footwear & coasts in your cars in case you become stranded in your car. Also keep extra blankets and sleeping bags in your houses in case the power or gas turns off. All it takes is one storm to knock out your heating. Your cell phone may not be working either. So have your car and home stocked up with what you would need to survive if you were stranded with no way to survive or your heat source cut off. Since I have the rest of my power, I can still heat up hot cocoa and hot tea and hot soup or food to stay warm. Always keep extra peanut butter and plenty crackers and bread and grape jam to make sandwiches or crackers.

      I can’t call the heater repair service until I can clean out the garage for the repair person to access the drop down door so he can examine the wiring in the attic. I had to shut off the breakers which were tripping so the wires don’t start a fire if they were chewed. If the wires were not chewed, it would be the heater coils in the mainframe. But the wires have to be checked first and I’m not in any condition to be climbing the drop down stairs and it is too damn cold to clean out the garage so the repair person can access the attic stairs. But at least the hot pads, blankets, velvet jogging suits, hot cocoa, hot tea and microwave foods are keeping me warm. I can also watch all of my DVD’s on my computer. I have 6000 movies and TV series so no fear of running out. Camping supply stores also have things link portapotties, Lowes has outdoor cookers which use tanks of gas which you can also buy at Lowes. They will trade your empty tank for a full tank plus cost of gas. Spaghetti and sauce is another easy to make meal. You can also buy MRE’s (Meals ready to eat) online. Some are made to instantly cook.

      If you have raynaud’s like I do, your fingers and toes will turn white because the blood clots when they are cold. I periodically put my feet on a hot pad to warm them up. Camping and hunting supply stores like Academy or Amazon on line, have items such as heated socks which would help someone with raynauds. Keep your head and hands warm as well. Especially ears, fingers, top of head, toes, etc. Those are the worst places and first to be damaged by cold. Use chapstick to avoid split lips. If you have no power in your house and have a converter which plugs into your car cigarette lighter and transforms the power to AC, you can use it to charge your cell phone, or use your computer, etc. But you should run your car so your battery doesn’t die and keep the window slightly open to avoid asphyxia. I always keep extra kitty litter, salt, ice scraper in the car for emergencies. Also a snow shovel and a fox hole shovel and a tree limb saw in the car trunk because you never know when you are going to need them for ice, fallen trees, etc.

      When I was in Illinois and found a plow truck had shoved a huge mountain of snow into my driveway and I couldn’t get in… I also couldn’t get in touch with the public works dept or anyone else since they were all shut down with several feel of snow. I finally called the police to hunt down the creep with the snow who shoved tons of snow into my driveway. They found him and made him come back and remove the snow from my driveway. This was not the first state where this was done to me. They did it in Pennsylvania, Michigan, California, and many others. Especially on culdesac’s. driveways and highway exit ramps in Illinois and Michigan. They shut down the highway but you couldn’t get off because all of the exit ramps were blocked with mountains of snow the plows had shoved onto the ramps. The only choice was to keep going or freeze to death until they found you days later. Especially lucky if you could follow a plow. The only way to see where the road was located was by the tall reflectors on the side of the road. There was no way to know if there was a car under all that snow so avoid piles of snow. Try to stay in the middle. Hope your gas tank was full and watch the reflectors which are about 4 ft high on the edge of the road and stay about 10 feet away from them to avoid snow covered vehicles and remain in the middle unless there is other traffic. Keep your lights on so people can see you in a blizzard. Don’t stop unless you can get off the highway to a 24 hour truck stop. If you stop of the highway, you will be buried by the snow plows and blizzards and won’t be found for days and are sure to be hit by a plow. Don’t drive slow in a blizzard unless you want to be hit by other cars from behind and try to see if you are approaching a car in front of you. A plow is the best vehicle to follow. They usually blow the snow off the sides of the road. When I was driving in blizzards in Michigan and PA to Erie, There were hills of snow on the side of the road which were over 2 stories tall from the plows which had blown the snow onto the side of the highway. Other than the Sierra mountain Donner pass in northern California, this highway from WV to Erie, PA had the highest snow banks I had ever seen.


      Comment by mmc7 — January 28, 2019 @ 9:26 am | Reply

  3. extreme weather on both side of hemispheres
    australia : [ Roads melt and animals drop dead as Australia suffers through its ‘most significant’ heatwave for 80 YEARS and temperatures top 120F ]
    USA [ Extreme weather across the US: After dropping tons of snow and killing 6 in California, MAJOR Winter Storm Harper brings heavy snow, strong winds and freezing temperatures from Midwest to US East Coast and Quebec, Canada ]


    Comment by Nara — January 19, 2019 @ 3:05 pm | Reply

    • For everyone regarding weather precautions:
      If the temperature is 120F degrees or above, the most you can tolerate the heat is 20 minutes and that includes drinking lots of Gatorade. This was the official mandate from Bell labs which we had to abide by for heat tests. If that includes high humidity, you may only be able to tolerate 10-15 minutes. If you are elderly or frail you should not go out at all. If you don’t have cooling in your home, please go down to the closest building supply store, Sears or some other provider and buy yourself a window air conditioner so you can at least have one cool room in the house. Be sure to measure your window before going to the store. Or order your air conditioner online for home delivery. This goes for either hemisphere because we will be suffering again this summer and it is only going to get hotter and hotter every year during the summer.
      For cold weather you need to keep spare blankets or cold weather sleeping bags in your vehicle along with heavy snowsuits if you plan to do any driving. You will also need to keep a large bag of kitty litter in the trunk in case you get stuck. It will give your traction on ice or snow. You will also need a snow shovel and a foxhole shovel for digging. It is also a good idea to keep duct tape for hot or cold weather in case one of your vehicle hoses breaks, a knife to cut the hose, and a hose clamp. You may also need your spare tire to be inflated and a can of flat tire sealant spray and a hand pump and jack and a nut wrench. Don’t forget the snow can be melted into drinking water.

      Try to think of getting stuck in the snow in a rural area and stock your car with everything you think you might need to survive in such a situation and freezing temperatures for yourself and your family. Gloves, ice scraper, salt has more than one use if your doors freeze closed. Buy some extra heavy blankets. Make sure you bring your cell phone with you no matter whether it is hot or cold. There are special heating and cooling devices for cars but they will only last until your battery dies. Always keep your fuel tank full whether it is too hot or too cold. The longer your car can run, the longer you will survive. Remember, building an igloo around your car before you run out of fuel will help keep you warm but you should first create a giant Help sign and arrow in the snow which can be seen from a helicopter. They can’t see you with snow on top of your car. There have been blizzards which have stranded hundreds of people and it took days and weeks to get to all of them. Prepare for this because hot weather can strand hundreds as well. It could be a long time before rescues.

      Imagine yourself getting melted tires from heat and getting stuck in a rural area. This could affect more than one tire. You would need lots of water and salt to retain the water… which is why gatorade is best… so perhaps keep a package of dry gatorade in your car to mix with your water. So take a couple gallons of water with you when you are driving on an excessively hot day. Especially above 110F degrees. But do not leave the water in your car for drinking because the heat causes the plastic container to expel toxins into your water. Only keep water in the car which is meant for using in the car radiator. Drinking water should be brought with you. Plan for extra in case you end up in the heat. If you work outside, I don’t recommend it in triple digit weather. Try to get your employer to allow you to work at night.

      Also, get one of those car power converters which you can plug into your cigarette lighter and it converts the battery to normal AC which you can plug in your computers, cell phone chargers… or hot pads which can keep you warm. These are at truck stops or auto parts stores, or online. They are not very expensive. But don’t use up your battery playing on the computer. It was only a suggestion so you could send for help by email. It would also run a portable car heater or cooling device which are also available at those kinds of stores. But make sure you still have car fuel so you can keep your battery charged. If you are encased in snow, be sure to keep your tailpipe clear so the exhaust can escape. You don’t want it to back up in the car and your car wont run with a blocked tailpipe. Just ask anyone who has had a potato stuffed into their tailpipe.

      Don’t leave your animals outside in extreme heat or cold weather. Always ensure they have shade, fans and plenty of water. If you don’t want them in the house, put them in the garage. Install overhead fans. I have two in my garage. You can add a window air conditioner even if you have no window by cutting a hole in the wall to fit the air conditioner and adding any support structure needed. These window units are sold as low as $115 at US prices.


      Comment by mmc7 — January 19, 2019 @ 8:01 pm | Reply

  4. Tsunami in Indonesia Saturday night.
    They are blaming it on an eruption…..


    Comment by D — December 24, 2018 @ 10:17 pm | Reply

  5. Am I crazy or is the constellation Orian about 10degrees more north ?


    Comment by Ellen — December 14, 2018 @ 6:47 am | Reply

    • I haven’t checked it but I wouldn’t be surprised. I get my most reliable measurements in June. The moon is off as well as is the sun position & axis.


      Comment by mmc7 — December 14, 2018 @ 7:27 am | Reply

  6. I live in eastern Nebraska and we have seen below normal temps and snow since late September. Right now it looks like a warm up and we appreciate that. But there is a lot of winter still left. We will see what happens. Been there done that before. Merrry Christmas!


    Comment by Doug boll — December 13, 2018 @ 4:19 pm | Reply

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