Archivo para agosto 15, 2010

13-8-2010 Señales terminales ???

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 15, 2010 by Ajmaknic

SEÑALES TERMINALES ???
( Fuente INFOBAE )

(Ver Lucas, Cap XXI, Vers 11)

A través de un comunicado, la Organización Meteorológica Mundial (WMO por sus siglas en inglés) alertó que el planeta " está viviendo una secuencia sin precedentes de eventos meteorológicos extremos".

En Moscú, por ejemplo, las tórridas temperaturas llegaron hasta los 40 grados. El sur de Asia esté anegado por las intensas inundaciones ; en España el calor no da tregua y enAustralia los ríos se sequen tras la mayor sequía de su historia, enumeró el diario El Mundo.

Según WMO, en lo que va de año se registraron récords de temperatura máxima en 17 países del mundo: Bielorrusia, Ucrania, Chipre, Finlandia, Qatar, Rusia, Sudán, Níger, Arabia Saudí, Chad, Kuwait, Irak, Pakistán, Birmania, Isla Ascensión, Islas Salomon y Colombia.

"Muchos eventos extremos de diverso tipo están ocurriendo alrededor del mundo", insistió la WMO, "dando lugar a una inusual pérdida de vidas humanas y de bienes materiales", según publica el matutino español.

A la hora de evaluar los cambios bruscos que está manifestando el ecosistema, la Organización Meteorológica sostuvo por primera vez que la ocurrencia de todos estos fenómenos casi al mismo tiempo hace preguntarse sobre su posible relación con cambio climático.

Un informe del IPCC publicado en 2007 -señaló la WMO- afirma que se espera que cambien el tipo, la frecuencia y la intensidad de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos a medida que cambie el clima de la Tierra y que esos cambios podrían producirse incluso aunque el cambio del clima en general fuera pequeño.

Las inundaciones en Pakistán han provocado que el río Indo, en la parte norte de Pakistán, alcanzara el nivel más alto conocido desde 1929, cuando empezaron a tomarse medidas de su caudal.

Por esa causa, ya perdieron la vida 1.600 personas y otras seis millones quedaron desplazadas por las inundaciones. En China está ocurriendo algo parecido.
El 7 de agosto, un deslizamiento de tierra causado por las lluvias causó 700 muertos y 1.000 desaparecidos en Zhoucu. Unos 12 millones de chinos perdieron sus hogares.

"Hay una tarea urgente para la ciencia, saber si la frecuencia y la duración de los episodios catastróficos va a cambiar", se preguntó la entidad mundial.

Y por esa causa, convocó para finales de septiembre un encuentro internacional en París sobre Eventos Climáticos Extremos.

Anuncios

11-8-2010 Verdades incómodas para los malos .

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 15, 2010 by Ajmaknic

USA 2011

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 15, 2010 by Ajmaknic

USA 2011

It was 2011. Clans were governing America.

The first clans organized around local police forces. The conservatives’ war on crime during the late 20th century and the Bush/Obama war on terror during the first years of the 21st century had resulted in the police becoming militarized and unaccountable.

As society broke down, the police became warlords. The state police broke apart, and the officers were subsumed into the local forces of their communities. The newly formed tribes expanded to encompass the relatives and friends of the police.

The dollar had collapsed as world reserve currency in 2010 when the worsening economic depression made it clear to Washington’s creditors that the federal budget deficit was too large to be financed except by the printing of money.

With the dollar’s demise, import prices skyrocketed. As Americans were unable to afford foreign-made goods, the transnational corporations that were producing offshore for US markets were bankrupted, further eroding the government’s revenue base.

The government was forced to print money in order to pay its bills, causing domestic prices to rise rapidly. Faced with hyperinflation, Washington took recourse in terminating Social Security and Medicare and followed up by confiscating the remnants of private pensions. This provided a respite, but with no more resources to confiscate, money creation and hyperinflation resumed.

Organized food deliveries broke down when the government fought hyperinflation with fixed prices and the mandate that all purchases and sales had to be in US paper currency. Unwilling to trade appreciating goods for depreciating paper, goods disappeared from stores.

The government sent troops to confiscate goods for distribution in kind to the population. This was a temporary stop-gap until existing stocks were depleted, as future production was discouraged. Much of the confiscated stocks became the property of the troops who seized the goods.

Goods reappeared in markets under the protection of local warlords. Transactions were conducted in barter and in gold, silver, and copper coins.

Other clans organized around families and individuals who possessed stocks of food, bullion, guns and ammunition. Uneasy alliances formed to balance differences in clan strengths. Betrayals quickly made loyalty a necessary trait for survival.

Large scale food and other production broke down as local militias taxed distribution as goods moved across local territories. Washington seized domestic oil production and refineries, but much of the government’s gasoline was paid for safe passage across clan territories.

Most of the troops in Washington’s overseas bases were abandoned. As their resource stocks were drawn down, the abandoned soldiers were forced into alliances with those with whom they had been fighting.

Washington found it increasingly difficult to maintain itself. As it lost control over the country, Washington was less able to secure supplies from abroad as tribute from those Washington threatened with nuclear attack. Gradually other nuclear powers realized that the only target in America was Washington. The more astute saw the writing on the wall and slipped away from the former capital city.

When Rome began her empire, Rome’s currency consisted of gold and silver coinage. Rome was well organized with efficient institutions and the ability to supply troops in the field so that campaigns could continue indefinitely, a monopoly in the world of Rome’s time.

When hubris sent America in pursuit of overseas empire, the venture coincided with the offshoring of American manufacturing, industrial, and professional service jobs and the corresponding erosion of the government’s tax base, with the advent of massive budget and trade deficits, with the erosion of the fiat paper currency’s value, and with America’s dependence on foreign creditors and puppet rulers.

The Roman Empire lasted for centuries. The American one collapsed overnight. Rome’s corruption became the strength of her enemies, and the Western Empire was overrun.America’s collapse occurred when government ceased to represent the people and became the instrument of a private oligarchy. Decisions were made in behalf of short-term profits for the few at the expense of unmanageable liabilities for the many.

Overwhelmed by liabilities, the government collapsed.

11-8-2010 New super-bug ??

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 15, 2010 by Ajmaknic

NUEVA PANDEMIA MUNDIAL

CAVEAT EGREGOROI

BBC News – 11-8-2010

A new superbug that is resistant to even the most powerful antibiotics has entered UK hospitals, experts warn.

They say bacteria that make an enzyme called NDM-1 have travelled back with NHS patients who went abroad to countries like India and Pakistan for treatments such as cosmetic surgery.

Traducción
Una nueva bacteria que resiste los más poderosos antibióticos ha entrado en hostpitales de Inglaterra, advierten los expertos.
Esta nueva bacteria produce una enzima llamada NDM-1 que vino de pacientes que viajaron a países como India y Pakistan para tratamientos tales como cirugía cosmética.

Los especialistas dicen que probablemente se transforme pronto en pandemia mundial .