Featured Blogs
Those who don’t lay arms, will be destroyed - Ukrainian military op commander
Posted by Tatiana

Those who don’t lay arms, will be destroyed - Ukrainian military op commander

Ukrainian soldiers are seen near a MI-8 military helicopter and armored personnel carrier at a checkpoint near the town of Izium in Eastern Ukraine, April 15, 2014. (Reuters / Dmitry Madorsky)

Ukrainian soldiers are seen near a MI-8 military helicopter and armored personnel carrier at a checkpoint near the town of Izium in Eastern Ukraine, April 15, 2014. (Reuters / Dmitry Madorsky)

A Ukrainian general leading the operation against protesters in the east of the country has warned that activists who refuse to lay down their arms will be “destroyed.”

Follow LIVE updates as military operation unfolding in eastern Ukraine

“They must be warned that if they do not lay down their arms,...Read More

EARTH CHANGES
Tokyo pummeled by second major snow storm in a week: worst in 45 years
Category: EARTH CHANGES
Tags: Tokyo second major snow storm in a week

 Tokyo pummeled by second major snow storm in a week: worst in 45 years

February 14, 2014 – 
JAPAN – Heavy snow fell on Tokyo for the second this time week, forcing some companies to cancel work and send their employees home. Nissan Motor Co.’s Yokohama office asked its employees to head home early because snow has already impeded plane and railway services.
The Japan Meterological Agency said to prepare for as much as 10 centimeters, or 4 inches, of snowfall within the next 24 hours in Tokyo. Just last weekend, a record 24 centimeters of snow fell on the Japanese capital. Broadcasting company NHK reported that the amount of snow over the weekend was worst snowfall to hit the city in 45 years.
Train and plane services were paralyzed because of the snow, leaving many commuters stranded. While ANA Holdings Inc. and Japan Airlines Co., had to cancel 138 domestic and international flights, while six lines from the East Japan Railway Co. were stopped from running. On the other hand, bullet trains such as those from Central Japan Railway Co. were only delayed for up to 50 minutes, as wells as lines from West Japan Railway Co.
Due to the cancellation of 63 domestic flights by ANA, around 9,500 passengers were rendered helpless by the storm, according to Ryosei Nomura of ANA.
The heavy snowfall also forced the closure of a runway at Nagoya airport because of the thick ice on the ground. Chris Keefe from Nissan Motor Co. asked employees to leave by 12:30 p.m on Friday because of the dangers heavy snowfall pose, such as slipping off the icy ground, lack of transportation, and roads closed to traffic because it’s rendered impassable.
Japan Daily Press
Borth bog fire burns out on Ceredigion coast
Category: EARTH CHANGES
Tags: orgs bog fires

Borth bog fire burns out on Ceredigion coast: authorities mystified over how wet bog combusted

February 14, 2014 – WALES A fire on bogland is out after dramatic scenes earlier of flames and smoke billowing over a nearby coastal village. Natural Resources Wales said minimal damage was caused by the fire close to High Street, Borth, near Aberystwyth.
Fire crews were called at 05:20 GMT on Friday and allowed the blaze, which covered about a hectare (2.5 acres), to burn itself out by early afternoon. Resident Bryn Jones said the scene was “incredible” given the wet weather. The cause of the fire is not yet known but is being investigated. Natural Resources Wales, which leases the land from the RSPB, said the fire appeared to have been restricted to surface grass rather than the peat.
The Ceredigion coast has borne the brunt of the bad weather in recent times, with buildings damaged by high winds this week. The seafront at Aberystwyth needed repairs after taking a battering from stormy seas in January. During the height of the fire, resident Mr Jones said: “You can see flames and smoke along the back of the village.”
Borth bog is part of the Dyfi National Nature Reserve and is managed by Natural Resources Wales. Bangor University wetland science and conservation expert Dr Christian Dunn said the scale of the fire had been “very surprising” given the weather. “It may be that the area of peatland has drainage channels cut into it and the strong winds have helped dry off the top layer,” he said. “There’s no way of knowing at the moment though how it started.
It could have even been from a lightning strike during the storms or perhaps the elusive will-o’-the-wisp. This, I’m afraid to say, is not caused by goblins or fairies but by the spontaneous combustion of certain gases from the peat bog; a fact which always seems to disappoint the students on Bangor University’s wetland science course.” Borth and the surrounding area also featured prominently in the BBC Wales TV crime drama series Hinterland.
BBC
contribution Lizzie L.
HUNDREDS OF DEAD DOLPHINS WASH UP ON PERU'S BEACHES FEBRUARY 6, 2014
Category: EARTH CHANGES
Tags: Ocean Pollution

When we pay attention to the problems that plague our planet, we realise that we are always responsible,

It is easy to blame others when something is not right, but this is enough talk: let us act.

~Gabe Hash

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2Ml9fUHMVE

Published on 6 Feb 2014 by GabeHashTV

 

RSS
Search a Blog

May 2014 (1)
April 2014 (377)
March 2014 (692)
February 2014 (747)
January 2014 (962)
December 2013 (852)
November 2013 (858)
October 2013 (858)
September 2013 (781)
August 2013 (692)
July 2013 (692)
June 2013 (678)
May 2013 (687)
April 2013 (313)

WHO IS ONLINE
Support B.O.L.E. in two ways

Your support to have the B.O.L.E. (incl.all articles) open and free for everyone is much appreciated.

Shop with us by AMAZON

or by clicking on

In Your Service

B.O.L.E.

 

 

A Time To Act - One Step

UNIVERSAL ONENESS


This website is powered by Spruz