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Hurricane Sandy Aftermath: Emergency Tips, How You Can Help + Photos

Here are some of the resources and efforts being organized around Hurricane Sandy’s devastation in the New York Metropolitan region, an area with a population well over 20 million residents. There is a lot of ground to cover and clean up will take quite a while. If you have any recommendations on additional tips, post them up in the comments.

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Live Coverage: Hurricane Sandy Hits The East Coast – Storm Streaming + Webcams + Apps + Resources

Hurricane Sandy AKA ‘Frankenstorm‘ is on its way up the East Coast and the full moon forecast calls for it to combine with a couple of severe weather systems in the Northeast that according to experts is threatening to be ‘the storm of the century’. With the U.S. Presidential Election just days away, this event will no doubt be a major disruption.

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Weather Warfare: Are We Weaponizing Weather?

It has been proven that ELF [extremely low frequency] or subfrequency radio waves can be manipulated to vibrate the earth’s ionosphere. Translation: these low frequency signals can be broadcast into the atmosphere to trigger changes in weather patterns.

In the U.S., HAARP [The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program] has set up shop in Alaska.
At one of the facilities, 180, 72-foot tall antennas are aiming 3.6 million watts of intense energy into the ionosphere. There are at least 5 research stations like this set up around the globe including two in Alaska, one in Puerto Rico, one in Norway and one in Russia. These transmitters could potentially alter the weather anywhere in the world.

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Tragic Destruction: Photos of Earthquake in Japan + How You Can Help

Devastating images are quickly surfacing of the situation in Japan following the 8.9 earthquake that struck the north east coast March 11, 2011. The epicenter has been estimated to have been 230 miles north east of Tokyo.

Tsunami waves as high as 10 meters [33 Ft.] hit Japan causing a second wave of destruction to the coastlines quickly following the earthquake. Alerts have been issued for Russia, the pacific rim, Hawaii and west coast of North America.

The images look like scenes out of a hollywood film but sadly, this is all very real and a reminder that we’re all vulnerable to natural disasters on this planet no matter your location or status. Let’s send these people positive thoughts and help out however we can.

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