What Financial Institutions can pay for disasters on this scale? Your local or national government? The private sector such as insurance companies or private industry? Both? You?
While billions of $dollars are made available for ‘disaster relief funds’, the common man is struggling financially in the lowering Economy. Yet the price tags of Mega Disasters keeps going up! This reveals that money IS SOMEWHERE, however it has been re-allocated to pay for these and more predicted future disasters!
How much cash would help the common man? Just ONE of those billions could help the common man in their communities to prepare for the coming Pole Shift! How about re-allocating funds to the common man AFTER the Announcement to prepare for the coming Pole Shift?
Don't expect any miracles! Relief Funds are designed in concept to preserve the 'Status Quo'. They only reach communities and the common man AFTER the fact, not before. Hints of this are in the articles below.
Can funds for disasters dry up? Yes! Eventually costly disasters will drain funds out as mega disasters have been increasing since before 2003! http://www.zetatalk.com/theword/tword09o.htm
On May 19, 1999, the Associated Press reported that disasters cost the United States more than $500 billion in the past 20 years, and rising, a record cost.
Has the world's economy been affected in any way yet? Yes!
2013 now carries already a $100 billion dollar price tag! Self sufficiency and the barter system may be a good idea soon.
Cost of natural disasters ‘out of control’ as US clean-up bill hits $100 bn
May 24, 2013 As figures from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NDRC) estimate the US government paid out nearly $100 billion in the aftermath of drought, floods and fires last year, the UN Secretary General has warned that economic losses caused by natural disasters are “out of control”.
Speaking in New York at the launch of a new UN report on the business case for disaster risk reduction, Ban Ki-Moon warned that the economic losses from disasters are being underestimated by around 50%.
Our startling finding is that direct losses from floods, earthquakes and drought have been underestimated by at least 50%. So far this century, direct losses from disasters are in the range of $2.5 trillion. This is unacceptable when we have the knowledge to reduce the losses and benefit from the gains.
The report (pdf) – a partnership with the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) and consultancy Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) – offered a stark warning to the world’s business community that these costs will continue to escalate in coming years. It warned companies must start mitigating for the potential impacts that they face.
The globalisation of the world’s economy over the past 40 years has led to a rapid increase in disaster risk in all countries – both rich and poor – argued the report.
For example, the 2011 Thailand floods affected a number of electronic component manufacturers with Sony and Toyota forced to close regional factories. Intel had to cut $1 billion from its quarterly profit projections in the wake of the floods.
And while governments bear responsibility for measures to mitigate disasters, Ban warned that the private sector also has a critical role to play. It accounts for 70-85% of worldwide investment in new buildings, industry and critical infrastructure.
Economic losses from disasters are out of control and can only be reduced in partnership with the private sector which is responsible for 70% to 85% of all investment worldwide in new buildings, industry and small to medium sized enterprises. The principles of disaster risk reduction must be taught at business schools and become part of the investor’s mind-set.
A US case study
The warning from the UN has been further amplified by new estimates from the NDRC showing the US government paid out $96 billion in the aftermath of drought, floods and fires last year.
This was the country’s biggest non-defense related spending and works out at around $1,100 per taxpayer. The US government spent more in 2012 cleaning up after natural disasters than they did on education or health, they said.
Superstorm Sandy, drought-induced crops failures, floods and forest fires all contributed to the costs.
Overall the insurance industry estimates that 2012 was the second costliest year in US history for climate-related disasters, with over $139 billion in damages. While private insurers covered about 25% of these costs ($33 billion), the federal government and its public insurance enterprises picked up the majority of the bill.
Dan Lashof, co-author of the report and director of NRDC’s Climate and Clean Air Program said:
While Congress debates the federal budget, our government is spending more responding to extreme weather made worse by climate change than we are to educate our kids or take care of our bridges and roads. In fact, this single-ticket expense now tops the list of non-defense discretionary federal spending. And taxpayers are shouldering more of the burden—they are spending three times more than private insurers to pay for recovery from climate damages.
1st Half 2013 Natural Disasters Cost $85 Billion
A mid-year natural disaster analysis from Impact Forecasting, the catastrophe model development center of excellence at Aon Benfield, puts economic losses from global natural disasters at $85 billion, higher than the $75 billion for the same period in 2012, but “around 15 percent lower than the 10-year (2003-2012) average of $100 billion.
Insured losses for the period reached $20 billion, lower than the $25 billion for the 1st half of 2012, and, the report said, “approximately 20 percent below the 10-year average of $25 billion. Roughly 50 percent of the insured losses resulting from natural disaster events were recorded in the United States.
“Around 24 percent of global economic losses during the first half of 2013 period were covered by insurance, a figure slightly below the 10-year (2003-2012) average of 28 percent, and due to multiple significant catastrophe events occurring in areas where insurance penetration or specific peril coverage remained low.”
Ranked by the size of the losses, the “five largest economic loss events in 1H 2013 were: The Central Europe floods during May/June ($22 billion); the China earthquake on April 20 ($14 billion); the Brazil drought ($8.3 billion); the U.S. severe weather outbreak from May 18-22 ($4.5 billion); and the China drought ($4.2 billion).”
Ranked in terms of insured losses, there were seven billion-dollar insured loss events in the first half of 2013: “the Central Europe floods during May/June ($5.3 billion); the U.S. severe weather outbreak of May 18-22 ($2.5 billion); the U.S. severe weather outbreak of March 18-20 ($1.25 billion); the U.S. severe weather outbreak of May 26-June 2 ($1.20 billion); the Australia floods during January ($1.04 billion); the Canada floods during June ($1.0 billion), and a U.S. winter storm in early April ($1.0 billion).”
More Spending costs are listed here: http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0882823.html
The U.S. has sustained 123 weather-related disasters during the 1980-2012 period in which overall damages and costs reached or exceeded $1 billion at the time of the event. Twelve occurred during 2011 alone—the most for any year on record, with total costs being approximately $52 billion.
Two damage figures are given for events prior to 2002: the first represents actual dollar costs and is not adjusted for inflation. The second (in parentheses) is the dollar cost normalized to 2002 dollars using a GNP inflation/wealth index. The total normalized losses for the 99 events are over $725 billion.
Sources include Storm Data (NCDC publication), the National Weather Service, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, other U.S. government agencies, individual state emergency management agencies, state and regional climate centers, and insurance industry estimates.
View the entire list here: http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0882823.html
Extreme weather costs nation billions in 2012
In March and April, three tornado outbreaks spawning scores of tornadoes ravaged communities in the Midwest (Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa); Texas; and the Ohio Valley and Southeast (Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia).
Why were there few Scientific Warnings of Earth Change Anomalies before?
Where were the scientists years ago to warn us and industry of impending doom of Earth Changes? After all, don't big companies make money when everything is stable? $ $ $ Disasters are costly for everyone! Is something ELSE unexpected in the mix? Companies would want to keep making profits from the valuable information and avoid negative Earth changes while they conducted their businesses. Where was the valuable information before?
The Ning has noted even more weather anomalies here! http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/wild-weather
Is Anyone Awake?
Proof of the Earth Wobble
The Sun is now 'brighter' according to the Zetas!
During the entry of Planet X into our inner solar system in 2003, there was a notable increase in brightness from the Sun.
People reported being sunburned more readily, not being able to look at the Sun as it rose and set as they had been used to doing.
On Dec 11, 2005 the Zetas confirmed Sun scald since 2003, scattered white light from the Sun causing sunburn and early crops and a white Sun, all due to the disbursing of light through the tail of Planet X, which had arrived in 2003.
ZetaTalk: Sun Scald, written Dec 11, 2005
An ultra-glaring Sun was noted in 2003, when Planet X roared into the inner solar system from the direction of Orion, and screeched to a halt as it neared the Sun and the repulsion force clicked in. The tail of Planet X, not affected by the repulsion force, maintained its momentum and wafted past the Sun to deliver red dust and odd atmospheric changes to the Earth. In the Summer of 2003, it was noted that people sunburned more readily, construction workers long used to working out of doors, noted an unusual tendency to burn. Crops likewise matured two weeks early that year in many places, and comments about the intense brightness of the Sun were common. What causes the Sun scald, the intense brightness that does not translate into increased heat and cannot be correlated to solar activity or sun spots? A fog bank, with a light shown on it, appears to be evenly lit, because the light is scattered and bouncing back to the observer. Is there more light, or simply scattered light?
If the Sun is no longer yellow, it is because all light rays are scattered, and the steady state of yellow is interfered with. You formerly looked at the setting Sun without distress, the yellow or orange Sun, though the Sun was still in view and its rays were coming into your eye with full force.It is the loss of your yellow Sun that is affecting your eye's ability to look at the Sun, thus the perception of increased brightness, as the Suns rays, scattered, are presenting the same mix to your eye that high noon presents. Likewise with the rays that created sunburn, which normally are not bent toward the observer at sunset or at other than high noon, but now are scattered to arrive at one's skin. The time of day is no longer a protection from sunburn. This will only get worse, as the tail continues to turn toward the Earth.
Could a brighter Sun be causing Climate Change or the so-called Warming theory? No!
This article below, mentioned on Zeta Talk just about sums up the theory...
Brighter sun adds to fears of climate change
March 26, 2006
The amount of sunshine reaching earth is increasing, accelerating the pace of climate change, scientists have found. Researchers will present their findings to the European Geophysical Union conference in Vienna next week. They reverse a 30-year trend. Measurements of sunshine levels between 1960 and 1990 had shown a decrease in the amount of sunshine reaching the earth, a phenomenon known as global dimming. This was thought to have been caused by dust, smog and other pollutants, mainly from industrialized western countries. The pollutants, known as aerosols, reduced sunshine levels by absorbing and scattering solar radiation and promoting the formation of clouds that reflected radiation back into space. Sunshine levels had been decreasing by 2% a decade between 1960 and 1980 - a total decline of about 6%. Now they are going up again. Perhaps this is why our Swiss glaciers are melting. The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, has collated measurements from 400 sites worldwide and found an increase in sunshine at 300 of them, sited mainly in Eurasia and the Polar regions. Some showed a decline in sunshine since 1990, largely in fast-developing countries such as China and India.
Questions Mount: Brighter Sun? Is this causing Climate Change? How?
If a brighter Sun is the cause of Atmospheric Climate Changes, then why are Earthquakes happening SIMULTANEOUSLY to these Atmospheric Climate Changes? Why did an uptick start in 2003, the same year the Zetas said PX arrived in our Solar System? http://www.zetatalk.com/index/blog1114.htm
Is something ‘anonymous’ in the mix, which is not yet defined in the Global Warming Theory concerning Earthquakes?
Can the Sun's Rays Warm Earth's Crust, causing Quakes? No. Physically impossible!
Can Earthquakes be caused by the Sun ‘warming’ the atmosphere first, then the atmosphere warming the crust at the same time? No.
Any geologist can tell you that warmth from Sunlight or air does not penetrate rock, nor can it warm soil much more than a foot during the brightest day. Cloudy days even less. To test this statement, lift up a rock sitting in bright sunlight at noon, and feel the ground soil underneath it. It will be cool to the touch!!
Even a thin fabric umbrella shields Hot Sun by creating cool shade below!
Here is some more information about cavern temperatures. Caverns temperatures vary only slightly:
Significant amounts of heat can enter a cave in four possible ways. Heat may enter from the overlying rock, from the underlying rock, from air flowing into the cave, or from water flowing into the cave. We will look at each of these four possibilities, and discuss how each affects the weather in Wind Cave.
First, let's look at how heat enters the cave from the rock above it. The flow of heat through the sandstone and limestone overlying Wind Cave's passages is extremely slow. Temperature fluctuations of over 60°F between day and night are not uncommon on the surface, but if we were to monitor the temperature only two feet below the surface on such a day, the fluctuation in temperature would be only about 1°F. Therefore, it does not stay warm long enough during the day, nor does it stay cool long enough during the night, to significantly change the temperature of the rock only two feet underground. The same principle holds true for seasonal temperature fluctuations as well, although the depth at which temperatures begin to stabilize is greater. Seasonal temperature fluctuations of 80°F are reduced to only l°F at a depth of about 50 feet. So if a cave's only source of heat was from the overlying rock, its temperature would approximate the mean annual surface temperature for its area. It appears this is rarely the case. At Wind Cave for instance, the mean annual surface temperature is 47°F, yet the temperature in most parts of the cave (away from the tour routes) is 55°F. Where is all this extra heat coming from? The answer appears to be from below!
Further technical details are available here: http://www.nps.gov/wica/naturescience/nss-bulletin.htm
You can even use your cool basement for Free Air Conditioning!
If you live in an old house and have a basement and a second floor window then you’re in luck. Whether or not your have air conditioning you can follow these five steps and stay cool without raising your energy bill.
More on how to do this here!
The Earth’s ‘Crustal Warming’ Theory Does NOT make sense
One foot (few centimeters) of dirt temperature change cannot cause deep Volcanic activity! Lava comes from miles underground not a few feet! Lava is away from sunlight and air altogether! Only an Earth Wobble would explain deep volcanic activity! Earth Wobble proof again!
Would Friction be the Hidden Factor of Crustal Warming?
If there is any warming of the ground at all, the only possibility of warming is from far below the surface, heating UPWARDS. What happens when two pieces of wood are rubbed together? Heat or fire is created.
Wiki shows several kinds of friction possible: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friction
Friction is the force resisting the relative motion of solid surfaces, fluid layers, and material elements sliding against each other. There are several types of friction:
When Earth plates rub together from Wobble perturbations caused by Planet X, volcanoes erupt from the depths, not from the Atmospheric Conditions! Lava builds up deep below the crust, spews out in eruptions above the Earth crust.
Have volcanoes been increasing intensity over recent years? Yes. Again Proof of the Earth Wobble!
Notice the recent uptick after 2007 in the graph below, as the Earth Wobble became stronger according to the Zetas!
In November 2007, the wobble increased, just as the Zetas had predicted in 2004 and just as the Zetas had been warning during the summer of 2007. Where in 2005 the data collected indicated the tilt during the figure 8 wobble ranged between 4-21°, the 2007 wobble data indicated this had increased to range between 19-38°. Almost double.
Testing 'Crustal Warming' Theory Further
Could FRICTION of Earth Plate Tectonic Movement originating deep within the Earth be the cause of atmospheric warming? Yes, but only if lava flowed nearer to the surface of Earth's crust. Then the ground surface may warm slightly within only a few yards away, melting ice and such. However could combined boiling lava in various volcano calderas warm air for the ENTIRE GLOBAL ATMOSPHERE? No!
The theory of Lava pits in mere localized regions (volcano calderas) heating the ENTIRE Earth's atmosphere is like claiming lots of wood fireplaces during winter can heat the air of an entire town! Nope.
Could smoke and ash from volcanoes warm the ENTIRE Global Atmosphere? Likely not. If anything, it would COOL the atmosphere as the ash creates new CLOUD COVER!
Could mounting Mega Disasters be Human induced, such as with the Dust Bowl?
The Dust Bowl in the 1930’s was claimed to be caused by farmers tilling the grasslands away, resulting in dust powder everywhere. This was likely because the actual problem was indeed the techniques of farming, which have since improved in the region.
However, the Mega Disasters we see today are far greater in scope and intensity! They are not just grasslands, they are Atmospheric, Geological, Earthquakes, Sinkholes and combined with bursting Volcanoes, all simultaneously! Nothing man induced could cause such Mega Disasters with simultaneous Earth Geological changes combined! The Earth Wobble is proven!
Earth Wobble in Summary
The addition of an Earth Wobble becomes more significant when compared side by side to any other explanation or theory for current Earth simultaneous anomalies.
Thanks for reading!