If we don’t rebel, if we’re not physically in an active rebellion, then it’s spiritual death.” ― Chris Hedges

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Chile's Volcano Ash Cloud: Australian sheeple conditioned to accept unsubstantiated travel restrictions – for their own safety of course!

4th June 2011: Chile's Puyehue Volcano explodes, unleashing a massive ash cloud 10 miles high and 5 miles wide (there is now in the MSM a blanket revision of the cloud height down to 6 miles, I will continue to use the original MSM reports, as they are consistent with the scientific reports I list below that have not been ‘revised’.)...

10 Miles = 52,800 Feet

Passenger airliners fly from 32,000 to 40,000 feet.

32000 Feet = 6.0606060606060606 Miles

40000 Feet = 7.575757575757576 Miles

(FYI - 1 Foot = 0.000189393939393939 Miles. 1 Mile = 1.609344 Kilometres.)

Chile volcano plume moves eastwards

The stratospheric volcanic cloud (ash and SO2) from the Puyehuè - Cordón Caulle Volcanic Complex (PCCVC) continues to move eastwards, and is likely to remain in the atmosphere for many weeks. (Source: NILU Institute, Norway)

Satellite details:
Meteosat-9 Volcanic Ash & SO2 RGB
Date range:
  06/06/11 00:00 - 08/06/11 11:30 UTC

The Stratosphere begins approximately 17 kilometres from the Earth’s surface...

17 Kilometres = 55774.278215223094 Feet

Let’s revisit the average mean altitude at which commercial airlines operate - 32000 to 40,000 Feet. (The Troposphere* see below)

16 Jun 2011
Experts say the ash cloud from Chile's Puyehue volcano hovering in the stratosphere will strip the colour spectrum in the rays of light to only allow red photons to pass. The result is a bloody red moon.

Video - ash clouds rolling into the stratosphere (low quality sound): http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread712607/pg1



The Earth's atmosphere is a thin layer of gases that surrounds the Earth. It composed of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 0.9% argon, 0.03% carbon dioxide, and trace amounts of other gases. This thin gaseous layer insulates the Earth from extreme temperatures; it keeps heat inside the atmosphere and it also blocks the Earth from much of the Sun's incoming ultraviolet radiation.
The Earth's atmosphere is about 300 miles (480 km) thick, but most of the atmosphere (about 80%) is within 10 miles (16 km) of the surface of the Earth. There is no exact place where the atmosphere ends; it just gets thinner and thinner, until it merges with outer space.

Air Pressure

At sea level, the air pressure is about 14.7 pounds per square inch. As your altitude increases (for example, if you climb a mountain), the air pressure decreases. At an altitude of 10,000 feet, the air pressure is 10 pound per square inch (and there is less oxygen to breathe).

The Layers of the Atmosphere

Thermosphere: The thermosphere is a thermal classification of the atmosphere. In the thermosphere, temperature increases with altitude. The thermosphere includes the exosphere and part of the ionosphere.

Exosphere: The exosphere is the outermost layer of the Earth's atmosphere. The exosphere goes from about 400 miles (640 km) high to about 800 miles (1,280 km). The lower boundary of the exosphere is called the critical level of escape, where atmospheric pressure is very low (the gas atoms are very widely spaced) and the temperature is very low.

Ionosphere: The ionosphere starts at about 43-50 miles (70-80 km) high and continues for hundreds of miles (about 400 miles = 640 km). It contains many ions and free electrons (plasma). The ions are created when sunlight hits atoms and tears off some electrons. Auroras occur in the ionosphere.

Mesosphere: The mesosphere is characterized by temperatures that quickly decrease as height increases. The mesosphere extends from between 31 and 50 miles (17 to 80 kilometres) above the earth's surface.

Stratosphere: The stratosphere is characterized by a slight temperature increase with altitude and the absence of clouds. The stratosphere extends between 11 and 31 miles (17 to 50 kilometres) above the earth's surface. The earth's ozone layer is located in the stratosphere. Ozone, a form of oxygen, is crucial to our survival; this layer absorbs a lot of ultraviolet solar energy. Only the highest clouds (cirrus, cirrostratus, and cirrocumulus) are in the lower stratosphere.

Tropopause: The tropopause is the boundary zone (or transition layer) between the troposphere and the stratosphere. The tropopause is characterized by little or no change in temperature altitude increases.
Note; ash cloud blurring weather clouds BENEATH!

Troposphere: The troposphere is the lowest region in the Earth's (or any planet's) atmosphere. On the Earth, it goes from ground (or water) level up to about 11 miles (17 kilometres) high. The weather and clouds occur in the troposphere. In the troposphere, the temperature generally decreases as altitude increases.

Formation of the Atmosphere
: The Earth's atmosphere was formed by planetary degassing, a process in which gases like carbon dioxide, water vapour, sulphur dioxide and nitrogen were released from the interior of the Earth from volcanoes and other processes. Life forms on Earth have modified the composition of the atmosphere since their evolution.




musique said...

Heya eeekhh khk khk khak ..V!

Ash cloud situation must be a popular jewish distraction sport, first Iceland and now Australia - I'm out of words.

Didn't julia ghoulia and her thugs hired actress Cate Blanchett to push carbon tax propaganda but turned out to be an epic failure? That witch must be fanning ash clouds towards OZ "Sign my carbon tax or ash cloud will consume you!"

The font you're currently using, all the exclamation marks end up looking like "l", within the body text (look @ "Free PALESTINE!" above your signature tag). Although it shows up just fine for the headlines.

Just wanted to let you know 'bout dat.☺

As-Salaamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakaatuh!

veritas6464 said...

Hey musique,...A very climate gate advent, considering Qantas was facing down a Pilot's strike last week and they are about to be bought by a yiddish company and now COINCIDENTALLY Qantas has lost half it's value, so the yids are gonna get the company for half its price; I hate yids!

Yeah that exclamation mark things bugs me every time I see it! I have enlarged the font twice, I think I will have to go to bad eyesight size fonts.

Also, thank you for the blessing...

Noblesse oblige: "Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini Tuo da gloriam..."


musique said...

Hey... anything for cuzzie V!

Absolutely beautiful hymn:
"Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini Tuo da gloriam"......

Not to us, not to us, O Lord,
But to your name give glory.

Although not quite the same but totally reminds me of Shahada (in Islam):

"There is no God but God, and Mohammad is the messenger of God."

The Arabic form is "La ila ha illa Allah, Mohammad rasul Allah."

Both hymns make the y'hudi bastards crap in their pants, I bet! :))

Yeah, gotta Love exclamation mark!

fontspace.com is a really nice site for free fonts and you don't even have to sign up to download fonts.

Cheers cuzz!

Anonymous said...

There seems to be a toxic cloud of CO2 drifting accross Australia at the moment , emanating from Canberra !

veritas6464 said...

Hey anon,...The very sound of that dirty back-stabbing lesbian's voice causes my spine to cramp. The current apparatchiks are worse than the former conservatives, in that the conservatives make no bones of their allegiance to corporatism.

Heads-up, shortly I will be deleting anonymous comments as the reason for being "anonymous" is disingenuous at best and counter-intuitive at worst, the very entity that people should fear have your I.D. as soon as you "log in" to the Net, binga!

So, please get a Blogger account or Gmail account and pick a funky handle - we the revolting Bloggers(grin)are not your enemy!

Looking forward to reading more of your opinions...