GOT A QUESTION but don't know where to ask it? Post it here!

  For those who are not aware, Nancy has indicated that she is not going to be available anymore to answer all of your questions that you email her as her health and resources are being stretched and has deleted all of those in her friends list except those on her mirror sites team.
  Additionally, the Zetatalk Chat sessions are ONLY for people asking the Zetas a question and all non-question related posts will be deleted by the mods.

  This is also being done as in the near future, due to the anticipated increase in interest in the Ning when the 7/10 events really kick in, even MORE policing of the site will be required of the mods and when that happens, any content to be deleted or members to be suspended will occur without warning or explanation.

   So, where you would have messaged Nancy before or posted on the ZetaTalk chat and now can't as it's not a direct question for the Zetas, post your questions here!  All questions welcome.

  Since the start of this Ning, you have a wealth of individuals who know the ZetaTalk message almost as well as Nancy does - there's no need to ask her, just ask here. Nancy is one person, but the Ning is a big group who can answer your questions (and want to answer your questions) in the same way!

 (and please don't PM me with your questions - post them here instead)
 

ADDENDUM by Nancy. This was a Zeta response on December 4, 2010 during the chats, and I think it applies. I have warned the chats that the time would come when I would only say 'accepted' for those accepted, and not respond at all to other questions. That time has come, as of this week. Here's the prior ZetaTalk:

This is an opportunity to discuss the public's expectations of Nancy, who is a single person, 70 years old, with health concerns, who works every day for as many hours as her health allows on getting the message out to the world. She was asked, in the early days of ZetaTalk, to be as educated on astronomy as astronomers, and did so to a degree that allowed her to support the imaging of the inbound Planet X. She supported our debates on sci.astro on the absurdity of human math when faced with reality, on the matter of why the Moon is in the skies and not crashing to Earth, even though she does not speak math any more than she speaks Greek.

To properly translate our concepts, Nancy, as she has so often mentioned, must be on the same page as ourselves, versed sufficiently in the subject to understand our response. Thus she has been asked to be educated to the level of a biologist or geneticist on the matter of the hybrids, to be a geologist on plate movements, to be a vulcanologist, to be a hydrologist on water movement, to be an archeologist re ancient civilizations, to be an electrician when discussing survival equipment, and to be a sociologist and political scientist on the matter of human behavior. Where images do not exist on the web, she draws them sufficiently to explain our words. We do not, on every answer, require Nancy to spend hours positioning herself such that she goes beyond what is needed to relay our message.

Bear in mind, during these chats, what you are asking of ourselves and Nancy. You have a resource here which you are regularly wasting and exhausting with idiotic questions! Nancy has warned that the time is quickly coming when you will get no response from her at all, just a statement as to which questions will be accepted. You have complained when she told you, in no uncertain terms, what was wrong with your demands or your questions. But those who do not learn are destined to be ignored, which is what is coming next.

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extra @ outpostlady : re underground/buried container(s) :  we have a member on here, who experimented with burying a shipping container.. after 3 months, the walls started to cave in.. can´t remember who it was and on what blog - but even

after shoveling earth off of the roof, the container still had a not so nice feel about it.. 

Go with the trench like Derrick writes, plan for the whole PS to not last forever ! 

Question posted by Mona Nathoo:

 

"South Africa used to be a country where lots of mining used to take place before. Since nobody took precaution back then we are now faced with the problem of acid mine water seeping in the city johannesburg. The rumor is that we may suffer from fresh drinking water in the future as we the government does not have cheap solution to tthe problem or not sure if they do.

What can we do about it and how can it affect us in the future"

have your own solution on hand for when you might have to purify water yourself.  If you find yourself in a situation before the shift where you have to distill your own water to remove toxins then consider it good practice for the aftertime - one thing for sure is that you shouldn't expect the government to be the one to come out with a solution - to this or any other poleshift related problem that might rear its head! :-)

there is a good discussion here: http://poleshift.ning.com/forum/topics/stainless-steel-water that describes a simple solution to the problem of water distillation.

Moderating Staff said:

Question posted by Mona Nathoo:

 

"South Africa used to be a country where lots of mining used to take place before. Since nobody took precaution back then we are now faced with the problem of acid mine water seeping in the city johannesburg. The rumor is that we may suffer from fresh drinking water in the future as we the government does not have cheap solution to tthe problem or not sure if they do.

What can we do about it and how can it affect us in the future"

Freak weather in the south of France.

We have had a thunderstorm and hail today, hail about 3 cm

I have lived here for about 10 years now and I have never seen something like this before.

I came across freak hail on the site but cannot find it anymore

Honestly it worries me, for if my memory is right it does mean something

I am new here can anybody clearyfy??

Thanks

Try reading here Mado Rey      http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?tag=hail



Mado Rey said:

Freak weather in the south of France.

We have had a thunderstorm and hail today, hail about 3 cm

I have lived here for about 10 years now and I have never seen something like this before.

I came across freak hail on the site but cannot find it anymore

Honestly it worries me, for if my memory is right it does mean something

I am new here can anybody clearyfy??

Thanks

Hi Mado Rey

This blog Unusual Weather, Wobble which is located on the left hand side of the main page explains the reason for the abnormal weather and has reports of weather irregularities from around the world.


Mado Rey said:

Freak weather in the south of France.

We have had a thunderstorm and hail today, hail about 3 cm

I have lived here for about 10 years now and I have never seen something like this before.

I came across freak hail on the site but cannot find it anymore

Honestly it worries me, for if my memory is right it does mean something

I am new here can anybody clearyfy??

Thanks

Thank you!!!

HI, I have read Zetatalk and studied the maps for safe locations in New England, but confused about what will happen with Vermont's Lake Champlain.  Wondering if there will be rising water levels.  Thanks.

Caroline - The New England states will gain elevation and Lake Champlain will tear further, but the surrounding lands will not be inundated.

"The New England states will do surprisingly well, in spite of the St. Lawrence Seaway tearing open. Continental rip, which happens along the African rift valley as well, is not as traumatic as subduction or when plates press into each other. It is a release of tension, allowing a stretch to lose its grip, and thus the land will pop up a bit, increasing elevation. The climate will remain steady, temperate with cold winters, so will not hold surprises for the residents. As with the development of the Finger Lakes in New York State, Lake Champlain is evidence of the lift in this area as the Seaway splits open. You will not be inundated, though your lake and river draining it may widen."  ZetaTalk


Caroline said:

HI, I have read Zetatalk and studied the maps for safe locations in New England, but confused about what will happen with Vermont's Lake Champlain.  Wondering if there will be rising water levels.  Thanks.

Hi Caroline

Here is additional ZetaTalk about safety regarding inland lakes and rivers during the shift

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx038.htm

“One should assume, rule of thumb, when along rivers or inland lakes:

  • Take the worst case in memory, of flooding. Raise that water level up again so it has risen not once, but three times. In other words, if the worst case is a 40 foot rise, then assume a 120 foot rise. So this rule of thumb applies to river flooding, but to cover the sloshing that may occur for inland lakes, a different baseline must be taken.
  • Inland lakes seldom flood their banks, or drain. Inland lakes may slosh, but are unlikely to rise to the level that rivers will, in that rivers are a temporary store for water, and inland lakes by their nature, a permanent store. But as a rule of thumb one can take their depth, divide by 5, and assume that level of water to be sloshing inland. In every case, then the surrounding land must be analyzed, as to safety.”

 



Caroline said:

HI, I have read Zetatalk and studied the maps for safe locations in New England, but confused about what will happen with Vermont's Lake Champlain.  Wondering if there will be rising water levels.  Thanks.

Thanks Howard.

Howard said:

Caroline - The New England states will gain elevation and Lake Champlain will tear further, but the surrounding lands will not be inundated.

"The New England states will do surprisingly well, in spite of the St. Lawrence Seaway tearing open. Continental rip, which happens along the African rift valley as well, is not as traumatic as subduction or when plates press into each other. It is a release of tension, allowing a stretch to lose its grip, and thus the land will pop up a bit, increasing elevation. The climate will remain steady, temperate with cold winters, so will not hold surprises for the residents. As with the development of the Finger Lakes in New York State, Lake Champlain is evidence of the lift in this area as the Seaway splits open. You will not be inundated, though your lake and river draining it may widen."  ZetaTalk


Caroline said:

HI, I have read Zetatalk and studied the maps for safe locations in New England, but confused about what will happen with Vermont's Lake Champlain.  Wondering if there will be rising water levels.  Thanks.

Thanks you all, this is very helpful.

Derrick Johnson said:

Hi Caroline

Here is additional ZetaTalk about safety regarding inland lakes and rivers during the shift

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx038.htm

“One should assume, rule of thumb, when along rivers or inland lakes:

  • Take the worst case in memory, of flooding. Raise that water level up again so it has risen not once, but three times. In other words, if the worst case is a 40 foot rise, then assume a 120 foot rise. So this rule of thumb applies to river flooding, but to cover the sloshing that may occur for inland lakes, a different baseline must be taken.
  • Inland lakes seldom flood their banks, or drain. Inland lakes may slosh, but are unlikely to rise to the level that rivers will, in that rivers are a temporary store for water, and inland lakes by their nature, a permanent store. But as a rule of thumb one can take their depth, divide by 5, and assume that level of water to be sloshing inland. In every case, then the surrounding land must be analyzed, as to safety.”

 



Caroline said:

HI, I have read Zetatalk and studied the maps for safe locations in New England, but confused about what will happen with Vermont's Lake Champlain.  Wondering if there will be rising water levels.  Thanks.

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