The Catholic Church globally is one of the world’s leading proponents of illegal immigration. Pope Francis himself has said many times that all nations should open their borders and let anyone and everyone come in. He says that how a christian is supposed to show compassion. What Francis forgot to tell you, of course, was how lucrative the illegal migrant business is, and how much money they are making in government grants by promoting and perpetuating it.
Local seismologists and geologists say the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that hit Alaska should make people in the Pacific Northwest realize how disastrous the threat of the Big One is for our region.
“We’re in earthquake country,” said Scott Burns, a geology professor at Portland State University. “Everybody should have a kit at home for the earthquake — we’ll go into camping mode, we’ll need water and food to keep you going.”
The massive fall in stocks was preceded by a major scandal involving the arrest of Huawei Technologies’ chief financial officer, Wanzhou Meng in Vancouver at the request of the US government, threatening to undermine the recently reached understanding between Beijing and Washington on their ongoing trade war.
The Down Jones index dropped by over 450 points due to a significant sell-off on foreign markets, AP reported. The S&P index lost 390 points, dropping to 24,640, which is 1.6% lower than yesterday, while NASDAQ sank by 99 points, to 7,062 — a drop of 1.4%.
With 27 confirmed tornados on December 1, 2018, the state of Illinois experienced its largest tornado outbreak during the month of December ever. NWS said additional storm surveys will be done on December 4, so this number is subject to change.
The December 1, 2018 severe weather event sets the record for largest tornado outbreak during the month of December in Illinois history with 27 tornadoes, NWS said. The previous record was 21 tornadoes on December 18-19, 1957.
If we’re not going to stop climate change by reducing emissions, then we’re going to have to engineer some outlandish way to save civilization—that’s the basic logic behind geoengineering, which researchers in certain circles have been talking up for the past ten-plus years. Now, somebody’s actually going to try it, at least as a small-scale test.
One of these wild ideas is to fill the atmosphere with particles that block some sunlight from getting through. Harvard scientists are about to launch a small amount of these particles into the stratosphere in a test to be held next year.