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Shocking Footage Of NYC, NJ Flooding After Torrential Rain

Shocking Footage Of NYC, NJ Flooding After Torrential Rain

Watch: Shocking Footage Of NYC, NJ Flooding After Torrential Rain Zero Hedge, 2 September, 2021 A severe weather system fueled by the remnants of what was Hurrican Ida has struck the Northeast – sending flash floods into New York City subways and multiple tornadoes through New Jersey, causing governors of both states and NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio to declare state of emergencies. According to Weather.com, the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority has suspended some train service due to excessive water entering the tracks between…

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Hurricane Ida: No power, no water, no gasoline; more Than 90% of Oil and Gas Production in the Gulf of Mexico

Hurricane Ida: No power, no water, no gasoline; more Than 90% of Oil and Gas Production in the Gulf of Mexico

I have been paying scant attention to the damage wrought by Hurricane Ida Ida’s sweltering aftermath: No power, no water, no gasoline NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of Louisianans sweltered in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida on Tuesday with no electricity, no tap water, precious little gasoline and no clear idea of when things might improve. Long lines that wrapped around the block formed at the few gas stations that had fuel and generator power to pump it….

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Hurricane Ida pummels Louisiana

Hurricane Ida pummels Louisiana

Hurricane Ida Weakens To Cat 3 As It Pummels Louisiana With Strong Wind, Rain And Storm Surge; Half Million Without Power Zero Hedge, 29 August, 2021   Summary: Hurricane Ida made landfall at 12:55 p.m. near Point Fourchon, Louisiana with winds tied for the most intense hurricane on record to strike Louisiana, at 150 mph. As of 7pm ET, Ida was a strong Category 3 storm with maximum sustained winds up to 125 MPH. Max sustained winds of 150 mph,…

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“Agricultural Catastrophe” – France Forecasts 30% Plunge In Wine Production Amid Cold Spells, Heavy Rains

“Agricultural Catastrophe” – France Forecasts 30% Plunge In Wine Production Amid Cold Spells, Heavy Rains

Zero Hedge, 8 August, 2021   Oenophiles will be heartbroken to learn that the world’s second-largest wine-producing country is expected to slash production by as much as 30% this year due to spring frosts and summer downpours caused disease in grapes. “Wine production in 2021 is forecast to be historically weak, below levels in 1991 and 2017 that were also affected by severe frost in spring,” the French farm ministry said in a report.  “Yields are expected to be close to…

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Headlines: Supply chain crisis meets climate chaos

Headlines: Supply chain crisis meets climate chaos

This is about a week’s worth of headlines from Ice Farmer. Even though he thinks everything points to an “Ice Age” he nevertheless points to stories that confirm a problem with human habitat, both as a result of abrupt climate change and the insane and nefarious designs of the global elite. As wildfires worsen, more California farms are deemed too risky to insure The skyrocketing cost of fire insurance foreshadows a larger confrontation over so-called managed retreat. Kent Nishimura /…

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Ancient Olympia – the birthplace of the Olympic Games – is threatened by wildfires tearing through Greece

Ancient Olympia – the birthplace of the Olympic Games – is threatened by wildfires tearing through Greece

Around 100 fighters were battling a blaze near Olympia, Greece on Wednesday Olympia was ordered evacuated as a precaution, as were other villages nearby   Meanwhile, at least 150 houses were destroyed by a violent blaze on Evia More wildfires near Athens billowed smoke that covered the ancient city Daily Mail, 5 August, 2021   Wildfires are threatening Greece‘s ancient Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games, some 6,000 miles away from Tokyo where they are currently being held. Pictures showed firefighters…

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Apocalypse in Yakutia, Russia’s coldest region, as noxious smog from wildfires blocks sun

Apocalypse in Yakutia, Russia’s coldest region, as noxious smog from wildfires blocks sun

Day turns into night and thick rain of ashes pours from sky in videos shared by residents Siberian Times 02 August 2021 . Day turned into night earlier today in several areas of Yakutia, with the sky turning orange and red and the Sun getting completely blocked by smog   Devastating scenes of dark-red skies, and the Sun completely blocked by smog from wildfires are coming today from the Republic of Sakha.  Russia’s largest territory, used to be known as the…

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