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LA PLANÈTE TERRE EN TANT QU'ARME ET EN TANT QUE CIBLE (PARTIE 2)
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MessagePosté le: Mar 26 Jan - 03:23 (2016)    Sujet du message: MARTIAL LAW DECLARED IN NEW YORK CITY Répondre en citant



MARTIAL LAW DECLARED IN NEW YORK CITY

Massive snow dump prompts extraordinary action by government

Published: 1 day ago

 

It’s the nagging fear many have about our government: what would happen if martial law was declared? New York City just found out, at least temporarily.
Eleven states as well as Washington D.C. declared states of emergency in the wake of the massive record-breaking snowstorm which blanketed the East. But New York City went a step further. Governor Andrew Cuomo declared martial law in New York City by ordering all people to stay inside under police enforcement. He issued an absolute travel ban for anything that is not an emergency vehicle.

The New York Police Department put out a blunt announcement on Saturday: “After 2:30 p.m. and you’re on the road, we will arrest you.”



As if that wasn’t direct enough, the NYPD reiterated, “”Stay off the road. We don’t want to have to arrest you.”
http://www.wnd.com/files/2016/01/Snow-article-1-24-16-twitter-2.jpg

The NYPD emphasized the need for safety, sending out additional tweets:
  • “For your safety & ours, roads are closed in NYC except for emergency vehicles.”
  • “We are asking people to make good common sense decisions. Use your head.”
  • “Last year no one got arrested. People made the right decisions. We are looking for that again today.”

Reactions ranged from outraged to amused.
  • “Threatens arrest citizens for being on the streets 1 day due to snow. Illegals are free to roam the other 364.”
  • “Haha. Arrest away then fella’s.”
  • “Calm down chief!”
  • “Shouldn’t you help them get to their destinations safely instead of arresting them?”
  • “What if this person is trying to get home?”
  • “I get that the roads need to be clear for 911, but isn’t that a bit extreme?”
  • “You are gonna have to arrest me, and I’ll take it to court. This is appalling. I want to leave NYC!”
  • “You all drive prius’s How in the world are you going to arrest me & my 4×4 with them?”
  • “You have made NYC go full Fascist!”
  • “Russia now has more freedom than NYC!!!!!!”
  • “*** martial law over a snowstorm. I pity us when there’s an actual emergency.”

A spokesperson for the New York Police Department said the ban just means no vehicles on the roads. Walking, running, and bicycles are permitted. “They can pedal all they want,” said the spokesman

The police did request people not to walk in the streets so people could do their job.


The travel ban was lifted approximately 7 a.m. on Sunday.


NYPD reported 25 summonses were issued during the travel ban, and one arrest for driving while intoxicated.

The massive cleanup continues as New York City and many other locations dig out from under the record-breaking snowfall, with some areas including Virginia and West Virginia reporting 40 inches of the white stuff.

What do YOU think? Sound off on New York City’s imposition of martial law in today’s WND poll.

The monster snowstorm claimed at least 19 lives across the East. While there were widespread totals of 24 to 36 inches, a few localized locations topped that. A National Weather Service spotter reported 42 inches of snow near Glengary, West Virginia.

Due to heavy bands of snow across portions of the mid-Atlantic, snow fell at rates of 1 to 3 inches per hour. Snow crews were unable to keep ahead of the storm, which led to some vehicles being trapped on the roads for more than 24 hours.

Be prepared for the next big storm! Get the best survival kit ever from the WND Superstore.

The weary work of cleaning up after the storm will take days or weeks. “While we are prepared more than we’ve ever been for a snowstorm, a storm of this magnitude requires patience,” said Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. “Don’t panic if you haven’t seen a snowplow on your street. We have a big city and there’s a lot of snow to move.”

Collapsed roofs were reported in many states. In Poolesville, Maryland, a barn roof crashed down on 12 horses. Although firefighters struggled to get equipment to the barn because of the snow, crews were able to rescue all the animals.


(Photo: Montgomery County Fire)

U.S. Capitol Police said a 44-year-old police officer died of a heart attack while shoveling snow at his home.

“The death of Officer Alston is truly a tragic loss for the Alston family and the United States Capitol Police, which in fact is one in the same,” said Chief of Police Kim Dine. “Officer Alston was someone who loved his job, and his loss leaves a huge void in the hearts of all of the men and women at the USCP.”

School closures are widespread throughout the region, and many airports remain closed or will have limited flights as runways are cleared.

Snow removal is a “major operation” and officials are urging residents to stay off the roads whenever possible. With many sidewalks impassible, people are often forced to walk in the street, complicating cleanup efforts.

“The longer you stay home, the quicker we get this done,” District of Columbia Police Chief Cathy Lanier said.
What made this storm so excessively snowy?
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According to the website Mashable.com:
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The storm resulted from a rare and potent mix of ingredients that came together at just the right moment to create a powerful storm. What’s more is that the storm was located in the perfect spot to produce an East Coast blizzard of the sort that might come along once in 20 years, or even longer for some.

First and foremost, there was an upper level low pressure area that dug a deep dip, or trough, in the jet stream across the southeast. The circulation around this low and the jet stream winds associated with it produced an area of strong lift in the atmosphere out ahead of it.

This helped trigger a surface low pressure area, which strengthened rapidly on Friday night and Saturday morning as it moved up the coast to a position east of the Delaware shoreline by midday Saturday. The upper low aligned itself on top of the low at the surface, creating a vertically stacked, whirling vortex off the East Coast that sat and spun like a top throughout the day on Saturday.

The moisture feed from this storm was incredibly long – based on satellite imagery, the storm was tapping moisture from as far south as the Bahamas, and as far east as the Gulf Stream waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

The storm greedily gulped down this moisture via an unusually strong airflow known as a low level jet stream, which gave the storm a powerful east-to-west feed, which acted like a straw that the storm could suck on to ingest relatively mild, moist air.




http://www.wnd.com/2016/01/martial-law-declared-in-new-york-city/



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MessagePosté le: Mar 26 Jan - 03:29 (2016)    Sujet du message: JERUSALEM DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY Répondre en citant



JERUSALEM DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY




01-25-16 A three-day storm in the capital has put citizens and officials on high alert.


Jerusalem was visited by bursts of snow showers on Monday as a three-day storm continues to set upon Israel, and the Israel Electric Corporation (IEC) has declared a state of emergency in the capital in anticipation of the coming deluge.

A full 47 millimeters (nearly two inches) of rain fell in Jerusalem on Monday, making it the highest amount of rainfall in the entire country. While snow also fell down upon the capital, it did not stick or build up - but that's to change on Monday night, as Jerusalemites can anticipate to wake to a white morning on Tuesday.

IEC Director Maj. Gen. (res.) Yiftah Ron-Tal updated Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz (Likud) on Monday regarding the company's preparations for electricity disturbances in Jerusalem, after snow began falling earlier in the day.

A situation room has been opened in Jerusalem and an emergency situation has been declared by the IEC.

The corporation is to reinforce its crews on the ground, as well as its staff on the 103 telephone hotline which is in direct contact with the Jerusalem municipality and the police, passing out information to the interested public and fielding reports of power outages.

On Sunday, the IEC deployed a mobile power station to the Atarot neighborhood in the north of Jerusalem, so as to back-up the power supply in the capital. It has also dispatched generators to remote towns where access has been limited due to the weather conditions.

IEC is preparing for unusually high electricity consumption on Monday night due to the rapid drop in temperature over the last day.

While the storm weakened somewhat on Monday, the cold wave blowing in from Russia continues to move in, and heavy rains and winds blustered throughout the country, accompanied by thunderstorms and hail. Flood warnings remain in effect for certain locations.

The rain will continue intermittently overnight, with potential snowfall in the north. That snow is to gather on mountains over 700 meters (just under 2,300 feet) in height in the center of the country, including in Jerusalem, and build overnight.

In light of the approaching snow, police are preparing to close Highways 1 and 443 that connect the coastal region and Jerusalem on Monday night.
 
Courtesy of Israelnn.com

http://virtualjerusalem.com/news.php?Itemid=19447


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GOVERNEMENT TESTING BEGINS ON METEOROLOGICAL SYSTEM MAKING A BIG DIFFERENCE IN A LITTLE PACKAGE

Story Number: NNS160128-16Release Date: 1/28/2016 3:38:00 PM
  
By Rita Boland, PEO C4I Public Affairs Support
 
SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- The Navy's Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I) began its Government Acceptance Test (GAT) on a critical meteorological system, Jan. 27.

The testing comes in advance of delivering the capability for operations with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves.

Ten fielded systems have provided Marine Corps units with time-sensitive battlespace awareness in multiple operational missions already, including the Global War on Terrorism.

The Meteorological Mobile Facility (Replacement) Next Generation (METMF(R) NEXGEN) system is helping to ensure that coalition warfighters have the weather information they need to make tactical battlefield decisions. As part of the Marine Reserves' materiel arsenal, METMF(R) NEXGEN systems provide the necessary meteorological information at the fidelity required for military operations.

Unlike weather prediction in the civilian world -- that focuses almost exclusively on making accurate forecasts in data-rich environments -- weather experts in the military must contend with areas of operations that have sparse data while they maintain a strong cybersecurity posture. Military meteorologists have to consider the cybersecurity aspects of all their incoming sensor data streams, their internal processing of software databases and applications, and their outgoing information products disseminated to the warfighters.

Corrupted or compromised weather information could cause leaders to make incorrect choices that would adversely affect the safety and performance of people and their equipment. By providing authoritative, accurate weather data, the METMF(R) NEXGEN system reduces the uncertainty factor associated with the dynamic nature of weather conditions in the operating area, while simultaneously offering decision makers assured, secure information that directly contributes to promoting and maintaining confidence in their ability to monitor the weather conditions in the battlespace.

The METMF(R) NEXGEN system includes its own set of tactical weather sensors that detect and measure various types of weather phenomena that affect troop movements on the ground or in the air in the combat zone. Thunderstorms, dust storms, precipitation, winds and cloud cover often influence mode and route of travel for both friendly and enemy forces. Capabilities inherent in the system allow Marines in combat or humanitarian assistance/disaster relief scenarios to immediately sense and obtain the physical environmental data they need.

"The challenge for PEO C4I/PMW 120 is to provide our Navy and Marine Corps customers with equipment that helps them quickly determine, in a dynamic combat environment, if Mother Nature is a friend, a foe or a neutral bystander," said Tom Piwowar, the meteorology and oceanography (METOC) capabilities lead in PEO C4I's Battlespace Awareness and Information Operations Program Office (PMW 120).

Though weather might seem to be a factor outside the normal warfighting realm, METOC data significantly contributes to one of the three information warfare pillars: battlespace awareness. (Integrated fires and assured command and control are the other two.)

Capt. Mike Roth, who also works in PMW 120's METOC program, explained that giving decision makers the most accurate current and predicted state of the physical environment, regardless of the region in the world "gives us a home field advantage even at an away game."

METMF(R), the previous system, saw extensive use in Operation Iraqi Freedom with five systems dispersed at variation locations across Iraq. It also saw limited action in Afghanistan with one deployed system that was replaced when the current NEXGEN came online. Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force operations in Kuwait are currently supported by the more modern NEXGEN system.

"Both generations of these systems have been deployed and placed primarily as aviation assets in support of tactical airfield operations," said U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Jack Morgan, Jr., who works in PMW 120 as the METMF(R) NEXGEN system assistant program manager and has used the system in combat zones. "But now they are used more in support of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force operations throughout the theater for ground forces and air assets."

Accurate weather information also plays a vital role in humanitarian assistance/disaster relief. The METMF (R) NEXGEN was deployed in support of several such efforts, including the 2011 Japan earthquake and subsequent tsunami and nuclear disaster; the Philippines' devastating Typhoon Haiyan in 2013; and the earthquake that hit Tibet in April 2015. Accurate environmental data allows response teams to choose the best times for certain actions, helping them avoid putting more people in harm's way.

The current system undergoing the GAT is the 11th and final of the systems scheduled for delivery to the Marines. Ironically, one of the biggest benefits of the next generation system, compared to the METMF(R), is its smallness. Over time, the system has evolved to increasingly smaller configurations. What once required five Conex vans now fits into a single Humvee-based shelter.

"The primary differences between our previous system, METMF(R) and the METMF(R) NEXGEN have to do with mobility, scalability, ease of setup, size and its first in self-power capability," said Morgan. "Both the new and old systems offer a unique capability in otherwise data-sparse areas by providing organic weather satellite, Doppler weather radar, upper air sensing and remote and local weather observation collection capabilities."

Once the system completes the GAT process, PMW 120 will ship it to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves onboard Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth, Texas. That transition is scheduled to occur in the second quarter of fiscal year 2016.

For more news from Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, visit www.navy.mil/local/spawar/.


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MessagePosté le: Mar 2 Fév - 03:57 (2016)    Sujet du message: POLAR AIR MASS OVER MUCH OF MEXICO Répondre en citant



POLAR AIR MASS OVER MUCH OF MEXICO

State of emergency declared in 446 municipalities


Mexico News Daily | Saturday, January 30, 2016

Residents in many parts of Mexico might decide to remain in their homes for this long weekend as heavy rains, strong winds, some snow and cold temperatures are forecast for many regions.

In fact, the national Civil Protection office has declared an “extraordinary emergency” in 446 municipalities in 23 states, brought on by cold front No. 34 and the eighth winter storm of the season.

The declaration will make resources available for the emergency supply of food and blankets to an estimated half a million people from Chihuahua in the north to Chiapas in the south.



The cold front´s mass of polar air is covering much of the country, guaranteeing cold to very cold weather for the weekend. Sleet or wet snow are forecast for areas 3,500 meters above sea level in the State of México, Tlaxcala, Puebla, Hidalgo and Veracruz and winds gusting to 70 km/h in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
Mountain regions of Chihuahua, Durango, Zacatecas and Nuevo León can expect temperatures to plunge lower than -5 C.

The weather in both Mexico and California has been having adverse effects on fresh produce supplies in the U.S. and Canada. The second-largest food retailer in Canada said last week there would be shortages for three weeks due in part to weather conditions.

Sobey´s said it is struggling to deal with the worst situation in 30 years.

One of the coldest places in Mexico this week was La Rosilla, a community in the Durango municipality of Guaneceví. The temperature dropped two days ago to -17 C.

In Nuevo León, meanwhile, the roofs of many homes in the community of Galeana, located in the south of the state, collapsed under the weight of the heaviest snowfall in 20 years.

Source: Milenio (sp), CNNExpansión (sp), Canadian Press (en)

http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/polar-air-mass-over-much-of-mexico/


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MessagePosté le: Sam 6 Fév - 04:14 (2016)    Sujet du message: EXECUTIVE ORDER : ESTABLISHING A FEDERAL EARTHQUAKE RISK MANAGEMENT STANDARD Répondre en citant

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Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release
February 02, 2016

EXECUTIVE ORDER : ESTABLISHING A FEDERAL EARTHQUAKE RISK MANAGEMENT STANDARD



EXECUTIVE ORDER

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ESTABLISHING A FEDERAL EARTHQUAKE RISK MANAGEMENT STANDARD

     By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the Earthquake Hazards Reduction Act of 1977, as amended, and section 121(a) of title 40, United States Code, and to improve the Nation's resilience to earthquakes, I hereby direct the following:

     Section 1.  Policy.  It is the policy of the United States to strengthen the security and resilience of the Nation against earthquakes, to promote public safety, economic strength, and national security.  To that end, the Federal Government must continue to take proactive steps to enhance the resilience of buildings that are owned, leased, financed, or regulated by the Federal Government.  When making investment decisions related to Federal buildings, each executive department and agency (agency) responsible for implementing this order shall seek to enhance resilience by reducing risk to the lives of building occupants and improving continued performance of essential functions following future earthquakes.  The Federal Government recognizes that building codes and standards primarily focus on ensuring minimum acceptable levels of earthquake safety for preserving the lives of building occupants.  To achieve true resilience against earthquakes, however, new and existing buildings may need to exceed those codes and standards to ensure, for example, that the buildings can continue to perform their essential functions following future earthquakes.  Agencies are thus encouraged to consider going beyond the codes and standards set out in this order to ensure that buildings are fully earthquake resilient.

     Sec. 2.  Requirements for Earthquake Safety of New Federal Buildings, Improvements to Existing Federal Buildings, and Federally Leased, Financed, or Regulated Buildings.

     (a)  New Buildings and Alterations to Existing Buildings.  Each agency responsible for the design and construction of a new building or an alteration to an existing building shall ensure that the building is designed, constructed, or altered, respectively, in accord with appropriate earthquake-resistant design and construction codes and standards as set forth in sections 3(a) and 3(b) of this order.

     (b)  Space Leased for Federal Occupancy.  Each agency responsible for the lease of a building shall, to the extent permitted by law, ensure that it leases only buildings that have been designed and constructed in accord with the

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appropriate earthquake-resistant design and construction standards that apply to the type of lease at issue, as set forth in section 3(c) of this order.

     (c)  Federal Assistance Programs.  Each agency assisting in the financing, through Federal grants or loans, or guaranteeing the financing, through loan or mortgage insurance programs, of a newly constructed building shall consider updating its procedures for providing the assistance to be consistent with section 3(a) of this order, to assure appropriate consideration of earthquake safety.

     (d)  Federally Regulated Buildings.  Each agency with responsibility for regulating the structural safety of a new building shall consider using earthquake-resistant design and construction standards for the new building consistent with section 3(a) of this order.

     Sec. 3.  Codes, Standards, and Concurrent

Requirements.  (a)  Commencing within 90 days after the date of this order, each agency shall ensure that every new building for which the agency has not started programming is in compliance with the earthquake-resistant design provisions of the 2015 editions of the International Building Code (IBC) or the International Residential Code (IRC), nationally recognized building codes promulgated by the International Code Council (ICC), or equivalent codes, consistent with the provisions of and to the extent required by 40 U.S.C. 3312.  When the ICC releases a new version of the IRC or IBC, each agency that constructs buildings shall determine whether the new version is a nationally recognized code for the purposes of 40 U.S.C. 3312(b), as expeditiously as practicable, but not later than 2 years after the release of the new version.  If an agency determines that a new version is a nationally recognized code, it shall ensure that any building, for which the agency has not started programming, shall be in compliance with that new version or an equivalent code.

     (b)  Each agency that owns an existing Federal building shall adopt the Standards of Seismic Safety for Existing Federally Owned and Leased Buildings (Standards), which are developed, issued, and maintained by the Interagency Committee on Seismic Safety in Construction (ICSSC), as the minimum level acceptable for managing the earthquake risks in that building.  Any agency that has not adopted the Standards at the time of this order shall adopt the Standards no later than 90 days from the date of this order.  All agencies shall adopt subsequent editions of the Standards as expeditiously as practicable, but no later than 2 years following their issuance.

     (c)  Each agency that leases space in an existing building shall adopt the Standards as the minimum level acceptable for managing the earthquake risks in that building.  This requirement shall apply to existing leases or leases existing at the time of issuance of updated Standards only to the extent appropriate, as determined by the leasing agency.  With respect to leases for a building being constructed to accommodate a Federal agency under the authority in 40 U.S.C. 585(a), the leasing agency shall ensure that the building complies with the earthquake-resistant design and construction standards that

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would apply to a building constructed by the agency pursuant to section 3(a) of this order.  With respect to such leases entered into under authority other than 40 U.S.C. 585(a), the leasing agency shall ensure that the building complies with the earthquake-resistant design and construction standards that would apply to a building constructed by the agency pursuant to section 3(a) of this order, to the extent permitted by law.

     (d)  Agencies may require higher performance levels than exist in the codes and standards described in sections 3(a), (b), and (c) of this order.

     Sec. 4.  Agency and Committee Responsibilities.  (a)  The ICSSC shall be composed of representatives of all Federal agencies engaged in construction, financing of construction, or related activities.  The National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP) Lead Agency, currently the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), shall lead the ICSSC, and shall lead the development and maintenance of ICSSC guidelines to assist the Federal agencies with implementing earthquake risk reduction measures in their construction programs.

     (b)  Agencies whose activities are covered by this order shall designate one or more Seismic Safety Coordinator(s) to serve as focal points for the agency's compliance with this order and to participate in the ICSSC as appropriate.  Within 30 days of the date of this order, each agency shall identify its Seismic Safety Coordinator(s) to the Director of NIST.

     (c)  The Director of NIST, on behalf of the ICSSC, shall issue implementing guidelines to assist agency compliance with this order within 8 months of the date of this order.  The implementing guidelines shall provide specific guidance, including guidance about the roles and responsibilities of the agencies under section 2 of this order.  The implementing guidelines shall also describe the responsibilities and necessary qualifications of the Seismic Safety Coordinator.

     (d)  The Director of NIST, on behalf of the ICSSC, shall provide assistance in interpreting the implementing guidelines to the Federal departments and agencies.

     (e)  The ICSSC shall publish updated Standards for assessing and enhancing the earthquake resilience of existing buildings as required by this order.  The ICSSC shall review and update the Standards as needed to comply with this order at the maximum interval of every 6 years.  Participation in the ICSSC shall continue to be open to all agencies with programs affected by this order.  The Director of NIST shall provide support for the secretariat of the ICSSC and determine the frequency and scope of the ICSSC meetings as necessary to support this order.

     (f)  Agencies whose activities are covered by this order shall submit biennial reports to the Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Director of NIST on their progress in implementing the order, commencing 2 years from the date of this order.

     (g)  Agency compliance shall be summarized in the NEHRP reports to the Congress.

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     Sec. 5.   Revocation.  Executive Order 12699 of January 5, 1990 (Seismic Safety of Federal and Federally Assisted or Regulated New Building Construction), as amended, and Executive Order 12941 of December 1, 1994 (Seismic Safety of Existing Federally Owned or Leased Buildings) are hereby revoked.

     Sec. 6.  Definitions.  As used in this order:

     (a)  "building" means any structure, fully or partially enclosed, used or intended for sheltering persons or property;

     (b)  "alteration to an existing building" means an action that alters, as defined in 40 U.S.C. 3301(a)(1), a building and that significantly extends the building's useful life and totals more than the replacement values established in the Standards for the building's assigned Seismic Design Category; and

     (c)  "programming" means developing and validating project assumptions, scope, budgets, and implementation strategy for a building.

     Sec. 7.  Exemption Authority.  (a)  The head of an agency may exempt a building from sections 2 and 3 of this order:

          (i)   to the extent the head of an agency determines that exempting such building is substantially related to an important law enforcement purpose; or

(ii)  to the extent the head of an agency determines that exempting such building is necessary to address an extraordinary circumstance relating to national security or public safety.

     (b)  Even when otherwise eligible for an exemption under this section, each agency shall strive to comply with the purposes, goals, and requirements set forth in this order to the maximum extent practicable.

     (c)  If the head of an agency issues an exemption under this section, the agency must notify the Director of OMB in writing within 30 days of issuance of the exemption under this subsection.

     Sec. 8.  General Provisions.   (a)  Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i)   the authority granted by law to an executive department, agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii)  the functions of the Director of OMB relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

     (b)  This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

     (c)  This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

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     (d)  Nothing in this order shall apply to assistance provided for emergency work essential to save lives and protect property and public health and safety, performed pursuant to agencies' statutory authorities, and sections 402, 403, 502, and 503 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act (the "Stafford Act") (42 U.S.C. 5170a, 5170b, 5192, and 5193), or for temporary housing assistance programs and individual and family grants performed pursuant to section 408 of the Stafford Act (42 U.S.C. 5174).  This order shall, however, apply to other provisions of the Stafford Act after a Presidentially declared major disaster or emergency when assistance actions involve new construction or alterations to an existing building.

     (e)  This order applies only to buildings within the United States and its territories and possessions.

BARACK OBAMA

THE WHITE HOUSE,

    February 2, 2016.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/02/02/executive-order-establishing-federal-earthquake-risk-management-standard


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L’ONU VA ASSISTER LES FIDJI A SURMONTER LES CONSEQUENCES DU CYCLONE WINSTON

Fév 23, 2016 | Monde



Les Nations Unies ont indiqué lundi qu’elles allaient apporter une assistance aux îles Fidji qui ont été frappées ce weekend par le cyclone Winston, ayant causé la mort d’au moins 21 personnes et fait d’importants dégâts.

« Les premières images aériennes des zones touchées laissent peu de doute sur la férocité de ce cyclone », a déclaré la Coordonnatrice résidente des Nations Unies aux Fidji, Osnat Lubrani. « Il est clair que les Fidji sont confrontées à une longue reconstruction et l’Organisation des Nations Unies et l’ensemble de l’équipe humanitaire pour le Pacifique sont aux côtés du gouvernement alors qu’il entame cette énorme tâche ».

L’état de catastrophe naturelle a été décrété par le gouvernement alors que des villages entiers ont été détruits sur l’île de Koro par ce cyclone de catégorie 5, l’un des plus puissants à avoir frappé le Pacifique sud, a précisé le Bureau des Nations Unies pour la coordination des affaires humanitaires (OCHA).

Le Secrétaire général de l’ONU, Ban Ki-moon, a présenté ses condoléances au peuple et au gouvernement des Fidji.

Le Président de l’Assemblée générale des Nations Unies, Mogens Lykketoft, a également présenté ses condoléances aux familles et aux amis de ceux qui sont décédés. Il a souhaité un prompt rétablissement aux blessés. Il a assuré que la communauté internationale apporterait son soutien au processus de reconstruction.

Le gouvernement fidjien, qui a pris la tête des efforts pour réparer les dégâts, a officiellement demandé lundi une assistance internationale. Des milliers de personnes se trouvaient encore lundi dans des abris d’urgence alors que les autorités s’efforcent de rétablir l’électricité et l’eau.

« En réponse à cette demande, les Nations Unies et l’équipe humanitaire du Pacifique sont en contact avec le gouvernement pour déterminer quelle expertise et quel soutien sont nécessaires, notamment en termes de coordination de l’aide humanitaire », a déclaré Mme Lubrani. « Les évaluations du gouvernement ont commencé et elles donneront une image plus claire de l’endroit où les gens en ont le plus besoin ».

http://greenarea.me/fr/110448/lonu-va-assister-les-fidji-a-surmonter-les-consequences-du-cyclone-winston/

FIJI : TROPICAL CYCLONE WINSTON - EVACUATION CENTRES (AS OF 24 FEB 2016)


On 20 and 21 February Category 5 Severe Tropical Cyclone Winston cut a path of destruction across Fiji’s islands blowing off roofs, bringing down trees and powerlines, and flooding rivers. Nearly 35,000 people remain in 424 evacuation centres

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:
To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/.

http://reliefweb.int/map/fiji/fiji-tropical-cyclone-winston-evacuation-centres-24-feb-2016


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Story Number: NNS160229-10Release Date: 2/29/2016 12:51:00 PM
 
  From Office of Naval Research Public Affairs

ARLINGTON, Va. (NNS) -- Chief of Naval Research Rear Adm. Mat Winter met in Finland last week with counterparts from five nations in a first-ever gathering of senior defense officials to coordinate science and technology research in high latitudes.

Dubbed the International Cooperative Engagement Program for Polar Research (ICE-PPR), defense officials and scientists from partner nations with Arctic and Antarctic interests, including the United States, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden met in Helsinki to advance collaboration on polar research that could prove pivotal to not only scientific understandings but also U.S. and international naval operations.

While the Navy has a long experience with polar operations, changing climates present new challenges, particularly for surface ships, as new water passages open up.

"Cooperative polar research is essential to ensuring safe maritime operations in these rapidly changing regions," said Winter. "ICE-PPR will allow the U.S. Navy and our partners to outline and coordinate our respective needs and priorities moving forward. The longstanding research and operational experience of our polar partners will play a key role in advancing U.S. knowledge and capabilities in these extremely challenging regions of the world."

The meeting answers the recent call from Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson to rapidly accelerate learning and provide new capabilities to the fleet. The "Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority" specifically calls for expanding and strengthening the Navy and Marine Corps network of partners, including a directive to "prioritize key international partnerships through information sharing, interoperability initiatives and combined operations."

Ongoing research sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) is increasing the world's understanding of the changing environment in the Arctic, documenting a steady reduction in summer sea ice, with the resultant opening up of previously inaccessible waterways for extended periods of time each year.

At the gathering, representatives from each nation presented an overview of ongoing polar research activities, and outlined their top research priorities that could benefit from increased international science and technology collaboration.

Officials say the research collaboration will run the gamut from long-term fundamental research partnerships to applied research and even system prototypes, enabling more immediate opportunities to provide new technologies and capabilities to the fleet, a CNO priority.

The results could enhance capability for the Navy to support the U.S. Coast Guard in search and rescue operations, as well as the ability to more swiftly provide humanitarian and disaster relief around the world.

Long-term U.S. priorities discussed at the gathering included the enhancement of polar platforms, including surface ships and autonomous vehicles; the improvement of remote sensing in polar regions; and the exploration of how to enhance human performance in some of the most physically challenging regions of the world.

"The mutual sharing of science and technology will be essential, both short term and long term, to the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps, to the Department of Defense and to our international partners," said Winter.

ICE-PPR was developed by ONR Global and other Navy partners.

For more news from Office of Naval Research, visit www.navy.mil/local/onr/.


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EXPOSED! PHOTOS FROM INSIDE CHEMTRAIL PLANES LIKE YOU'VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE!

In5D March 4, 2016 Awareness, Health



by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
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I received a private message from a friend on Facebook who stated:

Citation:

Hi Gregg, I follow your in5d website everyday and I’m thankful there are like minded people like yourself who are aware of global things that I have know since I was a little girl. I came across some photos from a trusted source of the inside of planes that are used for chemtrails and I figured if I passed them on to you, you can help spread more awareness with it on your website. Let me know if this is ok with you. Thanks.



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Unfortunately my source does not want to be known and would rather remain anonymous…I’m sure they have some pretty good reasons and I must respect their wishes. As long as the information gets out there I think that’s the most important thing I’ll send you more photos later on in the day when I have a chance thank you.



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Last night's #tornado near White Horse, Lancaster CO is the ONLY EF2 tornado on record ever to touch down in PA during the month of February. Based on the NWS assessments, first February EF-2 tornado in PA history hit Lancaster County last night: 120-125mph winds & a path of 4.7


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By RICHARD DANCE/Special to The Press | Posted 4 weeks ago

A disaster of epic proportions is headed our way sometime in the perhaps not-so-distant future.

Therefore, a simulation of epic proportions will be held June 7-10 to prepare for a possible magnitude 9.0 earthquake which scientists tell us is overdue to devastate the northwestern coastal areas. Kootenai County Office of Emergency Management will be involved along with Region X of FEMA, authorities from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia, along with 38 counties, tribal nations, many other city and local agencies, the military, and volunteer agencies.

The simulation project is called Cascadia Rising because it is planned around a Cascadia Subduction Zone that could unleash ground shaking to last up to five minutes, a tsunami wave height 20 to 80 feet with multiple waves, and the likelihood of many severe aftershocks.

Tremors of up to 3.0 could be felt as far away as Coeur d’Alene but the biggest impact here would be from having up to 10 million people impacted, causing mass migration to Spokane and Coeur d’Alene for shelter, medical needs, food and supplies, maybe for years to come.

The simulation will help practice coordination and integration of all levels of governments and non-governmental organizations such as the Red Cross, the private sector, and many faith-based organizations in preparation for the magnitude and complexity of such an event and the life-saving and life-sustaining response operations that would be required.

The population impacts, injuries, fatalities and infrastructure damages predicted paint a bleak picture of reality if such an event occurs for our friends and loved ones who live in these coastal areas and along the I-5 corridor.

To get a sense of what is projected by computer modeling, consider this summary statement made after reviewing 140 pages in the Cascadia Rising Exercise Scenario Document: 50 percent to 100 percent with an average of 74.75 percent of the following items will be damaged beyond repair along the coast — roads, bridges, seaports, electrical power, fire stations, natural gas, hospitals, schools, wastewater systems, communication systems, not to mention airports, rail, water resources, dams, public safety buildings, police headquarters, and hazardous material locations. Not included in this estimate are residential and commercial buildings.

The short-term feeding needs are estimated to be 1.1 million people for Washington and 1.3 million for Oregon. With few places to go north or south, once Seattle people can travel, the flow along 1-90 to Coeur d’Alene and Spokane would be steady and continuous.

By the time the shaking has ceased and the tsunami has receded, the region will be unrecognizable.

Kenneth Murphy, who directs FEMA’s Region X, says, “Our operating assumption is that everything west of Interstate 5 will be toast.” This would be the worst natural disaster in the history of North America.

So what can you do to prepare?

• I’ll be writing monthly articles for The Press. Each will be designed to move you a little further along the way to disaster preparedness.
• Watch for information that Lt. Stu Miller of the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office shares with media. He is the Public Information Officer in the event of a disaster.
• If you are part of an organization that could offer volunteers, you must be identified, trained and screened ahead of time. Contact Mike Bullard, president of Inland Northwest VOAD, by emailing him at mabullard@gmail.com.
•••
Anyone who remembers the story of Orson Welles’ War of the Worlds in 1938 will recognize the importance of letting people know that throughout the Northwest, they might see police, fire, emergency medical and military vehicles. Remember, It’s just a practice, but a big one.

•••

For more reading:

• FEMA’s involvement. See:
http://community.fema.govdelivery.com/connect.ti/cascadiarising2016/view?ob…
• For information on planning or assessment findings by the State of Oregon, please review “The Oregon Resilience Plan Reducing Risk and Improving Recovery for the Next Cascadia Earthquake and Tsunami” report to the 77th Legislative Assembly from Oregon Seismic Safety Policy Advisory Commission (OSSPAC). http://www.oregon.gov/OMD/OEM/osspac/docs/Oregon_Resilience_Plan_Final.pdf
• Orson Welles scares the nation in 1938 with War of the Worlds broadcast. See www.history.com/this-day-in-history/welles-scares-nation
• See the July 20, 2015, issue of The New Yorker Magazine for “The Really Big One”: www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/07/20/the-really-big-one
http://sinewsweb.com/news/Cascadia-Rising-Exercise-Scenario-Document has a fair amount of news and documents including the original 182-page Exercise Scenario.

http://m.cdapress.com/news/local_news/article_b3c8c264-d865-11e5-b1f2-c345f…



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MessagePosté le: Dim 27 Mar - 06:05 (2016)    Sujet du message: INTERNATIONAL HYDROGRAPHIC PROGRAM BUILDS ENHANCING STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS Répondre en citant

INTERNATIONAL HYDROGRAPHIC PROGRAM BUILDS ENHANCING STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

Story Number: NNS160323-17Release Date: 3/23/2016 3:18:00 PM

From Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command Public Affairs

GULFPORT, Miss. (NNS) -- The 2016 International Hydrographic Management and Engineering Program (IHMEP) is underway at the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Professional Development Center in Gulfport.

The seven participants include naval officers from Vietnam, Pakistan and Taiwan, as well as U.S. Navy students from the Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO) and Fleet Survey Team. The six-month program will run through August.

"For nearly 60 years, hydrographic training has expanded and strengthened our network of international partners," said Rear Adm. Tim Gallaudet, Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command. "Through IHMEP, students share information and develop practical experience and understanding that enhances each country's capabilities and supports our shared interests."

Building partnerships is one of four lines of effort outlined in Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson's strategic guidance, A Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority, released Jan. 5.

Since 1957, 618 students from 71 countries have graduated from IHMEP and its forerunners. Alumni include the current president of the International Hydrographic Organization, the director of the International Hydrographic Board and directors of numerous hydrographic offices around the world.

Hydrography is the study, description or mapping of oceans, lakes and rivers, especially in reference to navigation. IHMEP provides practical training in hydrographic survey management and engineering taught in accordance with International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) Standards of Competency for Hydrographic Surveyors for Category "B" certification.

Students receive practical training in mathematics, computer science, the physical sciences, tides, marine geodesy, the Global Positioning System, hydrography, oceanography, meteorology, nautical cartography, Law of the Sea as well as single-beam, multi-beam and side scan sonar. At the end of the course, they apply their new skills during a hands-on hydrographic survey.

The Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Professional Development Center in Gulfport operates IHMEP with guest instructors from the Naval Oceanographic Office, Fleet Survey Team, the University of Southern Mississippi and vendors. Additional assistance comes from community sponsors who help international students acclimate to the United States.

Hydrography has been taught at the Naval Oceanographic Office since World War II. In 1957, a 48-week course, the Allied Training Program for Officers and Civilians for Hydrographic Engineering and Marine Environment, was developed for international students. IHMEP was created in 1986 due to a need for short-term hydrographic training.

For more news from Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command, visit www.navy.mil/local/cnmoc/.


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4/04/2016 -- EARTHQUAKE FORECAST -- WEST COAST USA TO ASIA -- VOLCANIC + SEISMIC UNREST

 


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EARTH QUAKE WARNING WEST COAST !!



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For the past two weeks, the Pacific Tectonic Plate has been smashing Asia and South America with large earthquakes. Is the USA next? It could be.

The image above, from the US Geological Survey, shows "Significant" earthquakes for the past 30 days. Notice where one hasn't struck yet? The US west coast.

https://www.superstation95.com/index....
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MessagePosté le: Jeu 21 Avr - 01:01 (2016)    Sujet du message: FUKUSHIMA : REJET EN MER DE L'EAU CHARGEE EN TRITIUM, SOLUTION LA MOINS COÛTEUSE Répondre en citant

FUKUSHIMA : REJET EN MER DE L'EAU CHARGEE EN TRITIUM, SOLUTION LA MOINS COÛTEUSE

Tokyo - Le rejet en mer est la solution la plus rapide et la moins onéreuse pour se débarrasser de l'eau chargée en tritium stockée sur la centrale accidentée de Fukushima, a conclu une commission du ministère japonais de l'Industrie (Meti).

Un appel avait été lancé auprès d'entreprises et instituts de recherche pour étudier diverses options afin de décider ce qui peut être fait des 800.000 mètres cubes d'eau en partie décontaminée stockée dans des citernes de la centrale Fukushima-daiichi.

Il s'agit d'eau de différentes origines qui a été pompée après avoir été en contact avec les installations hautement radioactives.

Elle a été épurée de quelque 62 radionucléides mais reste encore chargée en tritium, substance radioactive qu'il est impossible de filtrer avec les techniques actuelles.

Outre le rejet en mer, diverses solutions potentielles (évaporation, infiltration en profondeur dans le sol, solidification/gélification avec du ciment et/ou d'autres substances) ont été proposées et évaluées en termes de coût financier et de temps nécessaire pour tout écluser.

Il en ressort qu'il faudrait 7 ans et 4 mois pour se débarrasser de cette eau dans l'océan après dilution pour un coût évalué à 3,4 milliards de yens (27 millions d'euros), alors que les autres techniques coûteraient de 10 fois à 100 fois plus pour une durée allant de 8 ans et 2 mois à 13 ans, selon des documents de cette commission ad hoc transmis mercredi à l'AFP.

La commission va désormais fixer les résultats de ses examens dans un rapport qui sera étudié par le ministère et par la compagnie Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco), gérante de Fukushima-daiichi, afin de prendre une décision cet automne.

Depuis des années déjà, divers experts du secteur, l'Autorité de régulation nucléaire japonaise ou encore l'Agence internationale de l'Energie atomique (AIEA) recommandent le rejet de cette eau en mer, arguant qu'il n'est pas possible de la stocker à long terme, que cela se fait ailleurs dans le monde pour les centrales en service, et affirmant que le tritium ne présente pas de danger quand il est dilué

Plus d'un millier de citernes ont déjà été construites sur le site Fukushima-daiichi et quelque 400 mètres cubes de liquide souillé continuent d'être générés quotidiennement, notamment par infiltration de l'eau venant de la montagne dans les installations souterraines.

Les groupes écologistes et les pêcheurs s'opposent vivement à cette solution, un facteur que l'Etat et Tepco ont promis de prendre en compte avant de procéder à un éventuel rejet dans le Pacifique.

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FEMA HIGH LEVEL BRIEFING MEGA EARTHQUAKE SWARMS COMING



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qK--GFdnFC4

I have come to the conclusion that we will be facing disasters of a new caliber after meeting with an Individual with very alarming information about possible future events being discussed by the federal emergency management agency. A lot of events were talked about that they are making preparations for at this time. All this and more is included in the video. Thank you all for everything you do for the community here at this channel and the community over at Bunker Report on Facebook!

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