The End Of All Crossroads

Where the TAXI makes a stop, to ponder upon which road mayhap be true

Tag: nature

Fare #1: Introduction To The Ride

…okay. Today I’ve decided to share some of my thoughts about the very awkward contemporary scenarios that have been simultaneously happening all thorough the world – and what are me personal fears upon most of the possible, plausible crossroads ahead. I tend nay to do it quite often, as I think that sometimes my means of expressing meself in English mayhap lead to a kinda clumsy text. But hey, let’s go.

Let’s ride.

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(Don’t forget to check all links along the reading – they open on new tabs. Their sources help to best illustrate what I wath to share with you all. Peace on Earth, people. Learn to read between the lines)
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Whilst we hop in this fare on, alongside, please do allow me to turn our TAXI’s radio on. I promise that I be changing radiostations alongtime.

#1 – Koyaanisqatsi

Hop in the cab, whilst I tell Ye some of the wrongedland we’re about to ride thorough. It is nay bright. ‘Tis dark and tends to turn macabre.

The road ahead seems dark and somber; the paths, slicky and among whitethick myst. About the road, incrusted inwith mountains atop, toxic rains befall upon our track; scorching weathers had droughten all soils aleft; awkward tremors and sounds are now heard all around the Globe; bare wastelands do lay their sore carcasses of flourishing nothingness across the entire crust that be perceived afar the Horizont – albeit be the whole landscape nay deprived of pulsing, yet dormant Life.

There live goats and sheeple, grazing still. So much are still in deep slumber. ‘Tis but time to get awaken.

Mother Nature struggles to survive upon Her very Land, as there be a such antique plague which had installed itself upon Her board – but nay since Her birth. Such were befallen from the Sky about a deep, deep Eon ago – and so much a list of the ancient fragments which we have already stumbled upon did try to tell Ye all of this road.

But Nay – Ye heard Nay of all the warnings, and visits, mayhap due to yer deep slumber.

And, as soon as they had arrived, there thus had also begun its pandemic infection upon Mother Nature: in such a frantic frenzy, this illness achieved to be omnipresent within the Earth, having awkward stone cages as their dwellings.

Bare, sterile vessels. Once that the Sun had yet naÿven arisen, theyr activities commence.

Before daylight struggles to shine thorough the illthick air, there be the Virus. Masoned by It, all infected sheeple begin to move and act according to theyr grandmasters’ wishes.

To serve all goats that be alive, as such Virus relies on this vessel to procreate and proliferate within sheeple vessels. Once infected, the sheep will go to wherever the Virus commands them to; will then massively moving themselves in such an artificial pattern of habits and practises and fashions – absolutelly alien to theyr natural, dormantkept behaviour.

Many feel tired; stressed; depressed because of such treat – but ther dare nay to disobey. They simply proceed into smiling; deceiving; consuming. This is the real, bare truth.

Theyr lifes, hear Ye!, are as sterile as theyr masters’ desires want so.

Unaware of such parasitism of an entire, plural flock of still too many sheeple, many persist on replicating such behaviours – in a unfruitful pathway that leads to naught but vanity and perpetual submission – and yet even more: sprinkled by artificially implanted struggles among Ye sheeple, so that Ye all incline to seceed from the other beings.

Thus leading all Life to a spiral of eternal, sterile experience of artificialness in order to fulfill mere material, mercantile necessities of the vesselbeing, so that such slumber of consciousness among all beings and around theyr environments perpetuate.

That is, untill there be more sheeple awaken. The answer, mayhap it be coming within upwards.

Until then, all existence of all Ye sheeple be doomed as to be assembled upon the Earth’s plate as if Ye be but mere components of a giant, round circuit board.

If that be so, then also be our thoughts the agent eletrons of such core.

It is now but time to have a rest and stop alongside this next crossroad – inwhich one of the pathways would lead Ye to gravitons, matter and gravity force: allegedly modern, yet ancient concepts and practises which were verily mastered by the ancient peoples and tribes who inhabited the planet.

There be also the Sun, and how Its mechanics DO affect Life and Its wellfare. But this, let be at another time.

Now, let us come back to fantasy.

#2 Fantasia

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Bay Area Storm Causes 2 Giant Sinkholes, Swallowing Roads

December 3, 2012 5:58 PM

LAFAYETTE (CBS SF) — Two giant sinkholes formed in separate Bay Area communities during the heavy rain from a powerful storm that passed through the Bay Area over the weekend.

In one instance, a giant sinkhole swallowed two lanes of a street in a residential neighborhood in Lafayette Sunday.

High water levels and a clogged storm drain in Lafayette Creek destroyed a portion of Mountain View Drive Sunday, creating a sinkhole where the road once was, Lafayette City Manager Steven Falk said.

Erosion of the road accelerated when the heavy current of the creek clogged the storm drain with large debris, including branches and a bureau, some time between 7:30 a.m. and 9 a.m., Falk said.

A storm caused a 20-foot sinkhole to form along Mountain View Drive in Lafayette on December 2, 2012. (CBS)Water began to run over the top of the road, forcing its closure soon after. Around 3 p.m. Sunday, the road collapsed onto the storm drain and left a hole 80 feet long, 40 feet wide, and 15 feet deep, Falk said.

Utility agencies came out and shut off the gas and sewer lines that are below the road. East Bay Municipal Utilities District crews were still on scene at 2 p.m. Monday attempting to shut off the water line.

A handful of customers are still without water and one customer is without gas. PG&E has provided an alternate gas service for that one, Falk said.

 

Falk said the city’s plan is to convey the water temporarily across where the road was, and create a temporary storm drain that will handle all the water from whatever remaining storms there are this season.

Once that is completed, a team of civil engineers will create a plan to permanently fix the storm drain and road.

The collapse has left one home without access to its driveway but should not create a significant hardship to anyone in the area, Falk said.

The longest detour around the sinkhole is a block and a half, he said.

A second sinkhole opened up in the Santa Cruz mountains over the weekend as well.

 

SOURCE (videos also avaliable there):
http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2012/12/03/bay-area-storm-causes-2-giant-sinkholes-swallowing-roads/

December brings record-high temperatures after November brings record highs without rainfall

Published on December 3, 2012 at 1:41 am
Last update on December 3, 2012 at 11:05 am
By Allie Kolechta

High temperatures in the Austin area have already broken records during December, after November also brought record high temperatures and, for the first time in decades, no rain in Austin for the entire month.

Austin saw no measurable rainfall in November, according to reports compiled on the Austin-Bergstrom Airport Area by the National Weather Service Southern Region Headquarters. According to the report, this is the first year Austin has had only trace amounts of rainfall in the month of November since 1970, more than four decades ago.

Record highs were set on Nov. 1 at 88 degrees and Nov. 3 at 87 degrees. High temperatures reached into the 80s on 15 days in November, and lows never reached freezing. The most days it has reached 80 degrees in the area in November was in 1931, with 17 days in the 80s.

Temperatures Saturday hit 83 degrees, breaking the daily record of 82 degrees set in 1954. The high reached 80 degrees Sunday, and is forecast to hit 83 degrees Monday. Previous December highs were 84 degrees Dec 2. 2007 and 86 degrees Dec. 3 1995.

As of the end of November, the Austin area and 81 percent of the state was in a drought classified as moderate or worse, the second of five classifications for drought severity, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. 54 percent of the state was in a drought classified as severe or worse, 25 percent was classified as extreme or worse and 8 percent was classified as exceptional.

Printed on Monday, Dec. 3, 2012 as: Record-high climate continues in winter

SOURCE:
http://www.dailytexanonline.com/news/2012/12/03/december-brings-record-high-temperatures-after-november-brings-record-highs-without

Lava Enters Ocean from Puʻu ʻŌʻō

November 26th, 2012
By Wendy Osher

A lava flow from the Kīlauea Volcano’s Puʻu ʻŌʻō vent entered the ocean at around 1 p.m. on Saturday.

The spectacle drew a number of visitors to the area for tours over the weekend.

The activity came a day after a small earthquake, measuring 4.3 occurred at the Lōʻihi Seamount.

Lō’ihi is an active volcano situated on the sea floor about 19 miles from the south shoreline of Hawai’i Island.

Despite being felt island-wide officials with the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory say there were no observable affects on other volcanoes.

The HVO notes that the ongoing eruption of Puʻu ʻŌʻō–Kupaianaha at Kīlauea began in January 1983.

Since then, lava flows have destroyed 213 structures, and resurfaced 9 miles of highway, covering it with as much as 115 feet of lava. A flow in mid-2010 and early 2011, reached the Kalapana Gardens subdivision, destroying three homes, according to the HVO.

 

SOURCE: Maui Now
http://mauinow.com/2012/11/26/lava-enters-ocean-from-puʻu-ʻoʻo/