Volcano Fire, Quakes, Huge News | S0 News March 4, 2015

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  1. Suspicious0bservers says

  2. Miriam Strauss says

    Today in the south strong rain , thunderstorm that had been less harmful
    here than in Argentina , 5 provinces under alert and 5000 people without
    houses. Thanks for the good news related to the sun and climate change .
    Have a good day to all !!!!!!!

  3. THEWATERENERGY1 says

    I believe we may need to think about this in a other way, looking to those
    vulcan’s eruption,overflow of water/snow,climate change and so
    on,…Important Question, How is Mass been created, ???

  4. multitalent 33 says

    Thanks Ben, I hope you and Catherine and your little baby inside her are
    well and happy. From New Zealand in the Thames Coromandel region, we are
    getting plenty of rain type clouds but they just keep blowing away, which
    is bad news for our gardens around here. The weather forecaster on tv said
    there is rain coming to our region, but as none of his predictions have
    been right for us in quite a while, I am not holding my breath. The streams
    and rivers are LOW, and this isn’t good because we are pulling our drinking
    water from one, and the quality of the water isn’t good, sometimes smelling
    VERY strongly of some chemical, possibly the banned (in your country and
    all others) 1080 that is a highly toxic environmental poison, that our
    Government spent $6,000,000 releasing from aerial drops to curb rodents and
    possoms in the whole region. Some of US get sick too, but our Government
    doesn’t care about us anymore, they do everything without a mandate from
    the people nowadays, we don’t have true democrasy anymore. I have a
    different id on here now, but you may recognize my writing style, Lesley

  5. Albert Zunno says

    UFO EXPLODED IT, YOUR ALL IN FOR A SOBERING SURPRISE, YOUR STILL ASLEEP
    PEOPLE

  6. Tinsleys Tree Service says

    Do you think chemtrails are a weather modification seeing that all other
    planets are changing but ours?

  7. Janice Greer says

    Wonderful work going here!!! Thanks Ben, Kat, crew and all 0’s on this
    roller coaster morning here in Northeast Texas… 63 degrees with a heading
    into some wintery mix by 10 pm… tomorrow lows will be in the 20’s.
    Another day to take in the view from the window… I am so ready for spring
    and playing in the dirt!!! Willing you much love, joy and peace on the
    journey without ill will intent and prejudice… stay safe!!! No room for
    fear here!!!

  8. WoodsSpirit Wolf says

    Good day from Nova Scotia, -1° and cloudy, wind S at 17km/h, gusts 17km/h,
    rain and sleet this morning. 

  9. Bruce Wayne Anderson says

    Thank you Ben for the news. Good day all, -16℃ this morning and -25℃ wind
    chill. Temperature going to +3℃ by this afternoon.

  10. Mitchell Bupp says

    Howdy from Henry Virginia where it is mostly overcast where the sun peeking
    through occasionally and a light breeze with temperatures at 47°F or
    8°C. Temperatures rise into the 60s today before the heavy rain comes in
    tonight and tomorrow night it is forecast to be 16°F. Ben is correct about
    this weather and the dangerous condition it produces and it is wise to heed
    his warning. If what you have been taught about the world doesn’t jive with
    the reality you see …… It is time to get new teachers who will expand
    your view of the world bringing reality into focus.

  11. kevin bauer says

    Thank-you for the upload and all the work you put into each and every
    Report of the Space News and Weather Ben,great broadcast as always my
    Friend.
    There was a second Volcano in Japan that had 2 large eruptions as well
    as the Volcano in Chile. Seems to me that my thought that when one of these
    bad boys really erupts with a V.E.I. 8-9 it is going to cause a chain
    reaction as if the Earth just unzipped itself and let loose may just happen
    🙁
    Now that the I.P.C.C. Head Chair has resigned amid a sex scandal,he has
    a very large target on his back and will be the scapegoat for their failed
    Climate Models. Hopefully they can get back on track in the right direction
    using and Electric Sun Model for Climate change. All they have to do is get
    past the point that Dark Matter is powering the Sun Externally. Almost peed
    myself when I read that.
    Have a great day Ben,Kat and fellow Suspicious Observers,my Neck is
    telling me it is a good day to go into hibernation mode and snuggle under
    the covers with Ma Petite Cherie. 😉
    Peace Y
    http://phys.org/news176457990.html

    http://in.reuters.com/article/2015/02/24/climatechange-pachauri-idINKBN0LS0Z420150224

    http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/sakurajima/news.html

  12. Rodd Wayne says

    Thanx Ben. It’s been a bit chilly here in S.E. BC last couple of days. Stay
    safe eh:)

  13. Claude McGovern says

    I hope that the military satellite that exploded doesn’t cause a chain
    reaction. The movie Gravity comes to mind. Wear your shorts today but
    stay indoors tomorrow and sleep in late. This cold front that is racing
    through my neck of the woods may cause me a delay in driving home tomorrow
    morning after my graveyard shift. Hope I don’t get stranded at work. If
    it happens then so be it. I’m prepared. Have a great and safe day people.

  14. GSD Alpha says

    Good morning from near Lafayette, Indiana, currently 23° F, and we’re
    grateful the snow and ice is way south! Interesting update from
    Indianapolis weather: this is the coldest and snowiest stretch since
    Valentine’s Day ever. The average temperature of 15° F. and the 16.7″ of
    snow from Feb 14th through March 2nd both rank #1 all-time for the stretch.

  15. Chox TheMuse says

    Good morning every0ne =) Thank you for the AMAZING news cast this morning!!
    WOW so much to follow, my heart was racing by the end of it! Weather share
    for Southern Okanagan BC is – 3.2C and Beautiful sunshine. Hopefully it
    will be clear tonight for some star gazing =) Hope everyone stays safe,
    have a good day =)

  16. charlotte collins says

    -26 C = -14.6 F up here and Good Morning S.O’s from Saskatchewan Canada***
    Sunny and calm today, yesterday highways were drifting a lot with the wind
    ..thanks Graders for making the trek easier~~~www.timeanddate.com › Sun &
    Moon
    “Spring in the north, fall in the south
    Equinoxes and solstices are opposite on either side of the equator, and the
    March equinox is also known as the “spring (vernal) equinox” in the
    northern hemisphere and as the “autumnal (fall) equinox” in the southern
    hemisphere.
    The Sun crosses equator
    The March equinox marks the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator –
    the imaginary line in the sky above the Earth’s equator – from south to
    north. This happens on March 19, 20 or 21 every year.
    Why is it called “equinox”?
    On the equinox, night and day are nearly exactly the same length – 12 hours
    – all over the world. This is the reason it’s called an “equinox”, derived
    from Latin, meaning “equal night”. However, in reality equinoxes don’t have
    exactly 12 hours of daylight
    What happens on the equinox?
    The Earth’s axis is always tilted at an angle of about 23.5° in relation to
    the ecliptic, the imaginary plane created by the Earth’s path around the
    Sun. On any other day of the year, the Earth’s axis tilts a little away
    from or towards the Sun. But on the two equinoxes, the tilt of the Earth’s
    is neither away from nor towards the Sun. In fact, it is perpendicular to
    the Sun’s rays, like the illustration shows.
    Celebrating new beginnings
    The March equinox has long been celebrated as a time of rebirth in the
    Northern Hemisphere. Many cultures celebrate spring festivals and holidays
    around the March equinox, like Easter and Passover.”

  17. Ryan Vance says

    For the past 4 days in Lexington, South Carolina I have experience it from
    being in low 40’s, next day being 70, following day high 30’s with rain,
    and now today it hit 80. 

  18. Adrian Huskey says

    Good Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Night!

    I just have to say, in regards to the Ceres light anomaly. My first
    response in response to what the light on Ceres is. Would be it was an
    impact from a colliding space object, similar to what happened on the moon
    last year, which more than likely what it really is. But, I personally hope
    it is more than just that. Finding something new and undiscovered would be
    awesome and just all around a wonderful thing to have beared witness to in
    my lifetime. Rather than being what some are saying, salt flat (VERY
    UNLIKELY, not possible given the type of scenario) {to bright to be any
    sort of reflection of salt formations, that I have ever seen}, Ice (Sorta
    Possible, but Highly Unlikely) {if it was, then why not more reflection
    inside the crater } Icy Volcano? (SMH) NO! Evidence of a plum
    is not there, then that would mean there is soon to be a coma around it, as
    our Sun is heating it up. Alien Object… o.O I can only hope. LOL… But,
    the most logical Impact from an object colliding with the mass, that
    clearly has been happening for a long time. (But, I do hope it is another
    colonized civilization’s space post!) I just want an old spaceship of
    theirs, to fix up and call my own! Given they give me the parts to fix it!
    =)

    But, it’s was Warm and Humid here in Coastal Carolina today! Best of luck
    to those in the nasty stuff!

  19. Timothy Parish says

    For my wife’s sake (PTSD with a “white precipitation” trigger) I hope the
    weather channel forecasters, NWS and NOAA are wrong. They say that after 66
    °F yesterday at this time, we are now at 36 °F, heading down into the
    teens. After over 24 hours of rain, melting the last of the snow and
    causing flooding nearby, within a few hours the wintery mix will start,
    followed in a couple hours with two hours of freezing rain, six hours of
    sleet, and six hours of snow. Single digits for lows and 20s for highs,
    finally warming to 32 °F around 2 pm on Friday….though Nashville news
    just last night forecasted only 3-6 inches of snow. Though I love watching
    it fall, my daughter has my snow shovel……

  20. GuysCallMeShawna says

    Thumbs this up or it doesn’t show in your feed…I mean the video, not the
    post!

  21. Hook Echo says

    Another source of plasma irregularities in the ionosphere are terrestrial
    flux tubes, spanning across the magnetic equator with footpoints in N – S
    hemispheres and can penetrate the ionosphere through what is known as
    “ionospheric pierce points.” I downloaded a potential flux tube image not
    more than an hour ago:
    I also will include an image from another potential I caught last year as
    well. I inserted the inset in the images from a research paper in regards
    to this subject.
    *[Link below]*

  22. AgendaTwenty-Fun says

    I don’t know if it isn’t already a theory out there, but I firmly believe
    climate change and the public ambivalence and apathy towards it grew old.
    The architects of international law already have their new ‘man is the
    problem’ public relations campaign involving the co-opting of science.

    I’m sure a lot of viewers here have seen videos on ‘the new geologic age’
    of the Anthropocene. The Anthropocene.org website has Hollywood-style web
    design, just outrageously funded. Watching the near 4:00 video that appears
    high in all search results on YT is like watching a summer blockbuster
    trailer of a dystopian thriller.

    And it all reeks very badly of Agenda 21, urbanization of populations,
    rewiliding, extreme social engineering, etc…

    This is going to be used at some point as an addition to climate change or
    a way to shift focus. They might even start admitting further to fracking
    causing earthquakes as a way of pushing the idea forward.

    Any way you slice it, it’s pretty fucking cocky of us humans to straight up
    claim a new geologic age. 

  23. Lana Benson says

    I sure would love to see snow where I live. We have had the driest and
    hottest February I have ever seen here in Canada (Kootenays). We need more
    moisture to avoid a drought. Feels like the West is tilting toward the
    equator, thrusting the East Coast toward the North Pole. I watched a clip
    where Inuit Elders were talking about how the Sun is in a different
    position in the sky…. maybe it’s not just magnetic North that is moving
    toward Siberia.