The 2010 Pakistan floods began in late July 2010 reportedly following heavy monsoon season and are ongoing at this late date of Jan.2, 2011, per Wikipedia and NASA's Earth Observatory.
Over two thousand people have died and over a million homes have been destroyed since the flooding began. The United Nations estimates that more than twenty million people are injured or homeless as a result of the flooding, exceeding the combined total of individuals affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir earthquake and the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
Approximately one-fifth of Pakistan's total land area was underwater at the peak of the flooding.
Recovering from the floods still battering Pakistan will take at least three years, President Asif Ali Zardari says.
"Three years is a minimum," Zardari told reporters.
The widespread misery caused by the floods has triggered worries about social unrest, food riots or even a challenge to the government's rule.
"Pakistan and its people are experiencing the worst natural calamity of its history,"
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said.
"As human misery continues to mount, we are seriously concerned with spread of epidemic diseases."
Government is preparing to evacuate close to 500 thousand people due to threat of new flood waves.
Current flooding is blamed on unprecedented monsoon rain.
The rainfall anomaly map published by NASA shows unusually intense monsoon rains.
An article in the New Scientist attributed the cause of the exceptional rainfall to "freezing" of the jet stream, a phenomenon that simultaneously also caused an unprecedented heat wave and wildfires in Russia
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But could this flooding, that refuses to subside and was described as a "slow tide rolling in", could it be caused by slight drop in elevation of western side of Indo-Australian plate, as the ZetaTalk predicted in 2009?
We have eastern side pounded by strong earthquakes, and seafloor rising in Coral sea, for so long now, would it not affect its western side?
If the Indo-Australian plate were tipping, dropping its western side, THIS would occur!
And if elevation was a factor there, this flooding might NOT SUBSIDE AT ALL!
In that news report they said "you can see features of Pakistan flood NEW GEOGRAPHY" [!]
If it is from elevation this can become its new geography permanently!
Here is what the Zetas had to say about this flooding in Pakistan. They confirm, the plate is tipping.
The Indus River is one of the points on the Indian sub-continent that is being pushed under the Himalayas range, as a close look at where the mountain building along the northern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate occurs. We have pointed out that the mountains in the interior of India seem to disappear as one approaches the Himalayas, and that this is because it is there that the plate is being pushed down. We have predicted that as the tongue of the Eurasian Plate holding Indonesia is pushed under the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate that this edge will LIFT, tilting the Indo-Australian Plate DOWN on the western edge. This would first be noticed on land, especially land subject to being flooded, as such a change under the sea would escape notice unless a tsunami buoy sounded an alarm. What should be noted is that the flooding, ostensibly from rains, they getting worse than anticipated from the rains alone. What should be watched is how well the flood waters drain, and whether a drop in elevation is noted along the Indus River and its outlet into the Indian Ocean. The Earth changes we have predicted for this region have begun!
The flood situation in southern Sindh continues to deteriorate. Hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing areas of southern Pakistan as rising floodwaters breach more defences and inundate towns.
The flood waters are leaving huge pools of stagnant water that DO NOT DRAIN!
The most current updates on the situation in Pakistan:
update on Pakistan flooding (Feb 3, 2011) - Rann of Kutch: