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Issue 517 In This Issue March 25th, 2017

Editors Corner

Did you know that the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has now released a new digitized version of the Cloud Atlas? This new Atlas has had new cloud types added to it and is available online. Click here

Speaking of new things, have you heard that a bee species has been officially placed on the endangered species list? You may have heard about something like this before as this was proposed in September of last year. Click here. However there was a delay due to "friction between the outgoing and incoming governments". Click here

On a slightly different subject, are you aware that land within California's major seismic faults could sink by 3 feet in a matter of seconds? This is according to a new study that "also shows that the Newport-Inglewood fault is more active than previously thought". Click here

That's it from me for this week. Enjoy this newsletter and have a wonderful week.

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Nature Watch

1st bee species officially placed on endangered species list
The rusty patched bumble bee has been given the dubious honor of being the first bee to make the endangered species list. The bee, which was once a prominent feature of the Midwest, has lost 90 percent of its population, giving many cause for concern. The rusty patched bumble bee on Tuesday became the first bee in the continental US to be placed on the endangered species list by the Department of the Interior. The bee’s status was the result of a bureaucratic tug-of-war between the transfer of power from Barack Obama to President Trump. The bee was initially proposed for the list in September 2016 after it was determined that in the past 20 years, the rusty patched bumble bee’s population has decreased over 90 percent due to disease, pesticide, climate change and habitat loss, Reuters reported. Despite the dramatic decline in population, friction between the outgoing and incoming governments resulted in a month-long delay to add the bee to the endangered species list.

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Community Calendar

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April 3rd, 7pm to 8:30pm: doTERRA essential oil class - The frequency of your emotions, what frequency are you emitting?
The frequency of death is 25MHz. The frequency of cancer is 42MHz. The frequency of Lavender essential oil is 118MHz. The frequency of Frankincense is 147MHz, Myrrh is 105 MHz. Join us as we explore how essential oils can be used to raise the frequency of your body organs and your emotions. It’s science! It’s fun. This class will be held at 17008 146th Ave SE, Yelm.


Earth Watch

Supersonic plasma jets discovered
Scientists analyzing data obtained by Swarm trio of satellites have discovered supersonic plasma jets high up in our atmosphere that can push temperatures up to almost 10 000 °C (18 000 °F). The discovery was presented at this week’s Swarm Science Meeting in Canada. Scientists from the University of Calgary explained how they used Swarm data to build on what was known about vast sheets of electric current in the upper atmosphere. The theory that there are huge electric currents, powered by solar wind and guided through the ionosphere by Earth’s magnetic field, was postulated more than a century ago by Norwegian scientist Kristian Birkeland, ESA said in a statement. It wasn’t until the 1970s, after the advent of satellites, however, that these ‘Birkeland currents’ were confirmed by direct measurements in space. These currents carry up to 1 TW of electric power to the upper atmosphere – about 30 times the energy consumed in New York during a heatwave.

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After 30 years, new cloud types added to Cloud Atlas
Celebrating the World Meteorological Day on March 23, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has released its new, long-awaited, digitized International Cloud Atlas. The atlas is global reference for observing and identifying clouds, which are an essential part of weather, the climate system and the water cycle. For the first time, the 2017 edition will primarily be a web-based portal, allowing for much richer content and presentation. This is the first update since 1986. The new Atlas combines 19th century traditions with 21st century technology. It contains hundreds of images submitted by meteorologists, photographers and cloud lovers from around the globe. It includes new classifications, including volutus, a roll cloud; clouds from human activities such as the contrail, a vapour trail sometimes produced by airplanes; and asperitas, a dramatic undulated cloud which captured the public imagination. It also features meteorological phenomena like rainbows, halos, snow devils and hailstones, WMO said.

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Weather Watch

230 000 lost power across the US South, baseball-sized hail
A line of severe thunderstorms hit the US South on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, leaving more than 200 000 customers without power and at least one person dead. Baseball-sized hail was reported in South Carolina during rush hour, damaging numerous cars. Some 230 000 customers were left without power Tuesday night in Georgia and Tennessee after a cluster of severe thunderstorms rolled through the region. Close to 40 000 were still without power Wednesday morning. In Georgia, one person was killed after a large tree fell on his home. In Hamilton County, Tennessee, a home caught fire after it was struck by lightning but there were no reports of injuries. In South Carolina, wind gusts reached 130 km/h (81 mph). Baseball-sized hail was reported during rush hour when thousands of cars were on the roads leaving work. WSPA reports countless cars saw windshields busted and body damage in Taylor and Greer area.

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Peru declares state of emergency in more than 800 cities
Due to abnormally high rainfall and the worst flooding in two decades, Peru has declared a state of emergency across half of the country, in more than 800 cities. The rain, blamed on a local El Nino phenomenon, has so far delivered 10 times as much rainfall as normal. At least 100 000 people have been left homeless since the start of the rainy season in January and at least 75 killed. More than 260 people have been injured.  Whole communities have been cut off by mudslides, destroying roads and railway tracks in the worst floods the country has seen since 1998. Eight hospitals have collapsed, and 16 others are uninhabitable. Some hospitals are in need of supplies and water, and there is the possibility of increased disease outbreaks due to mosquitoes. Authorities are reporting food and drinking water shortages in many areas. According to the National Emergency Operations Center, 99 475 Peruvians had lost everything since the beginning of the year, while 626 928 had suffered less serious damage to their homes.

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In The News

‘Boom – it would drop’: Earthquake could cause California land to sink by 3 feet
Land within major California seismic faults could sink by between 1.5 and 3 feet in a matter of seconds, causing catastrophic devastation, says a new study. It also shows that the Newport-Inglewood fault is more active than previously thought. “It’s not just a gradual sinking. This is boom — it would drop. It’s very rapid sinking,” Robert Leeper, lead author of a new study published in Nature, carried out with the help of the US Geological Survey, told the LA Times. Leeper’s team took 55 samples at the Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge in southern Los Angeles, by submerging 20-feet pipes that collected samples of the sediment, initially looking for evidence for a prehistoric tsunami. Instead, the team from Cal State Fullerton found an identical pattern, of living vegetation suddenly dropping and being buried underneath the ground. “We identified three of these buried layers composed of vegetation or sediment that used to be at the surface,” said Leeper. “These buried, organic-rich layers are evidence of three earthquakes on the Newport-Inglewood in the past 2,000 years.”

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Incredible drone photo project transforms US scenes into ‘altered reality’

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Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

Every Weekend in March: Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap"
SPECIAL PRICE!! Teachers plus All Students 10-18 years old will receive $10 tickets for the last two weekends!
Director Christopher Cantrell’s Comments on Standing Room Only's production of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap. This play was originally produced in 1952 and has been in production ever since. Christie, master of the murder mystery in other plays such as Ten Little Indians and Witness for the Prosecution gives us another classic who-done-it in "The Mousetrap". Why this play is so interesting to me is the idea that everyone is not who you think them to be.

March 25th, 10am to 3pm: Yelm Alternative Health Fair
Over 20 Health Exhibitors will be set up to share their expertise and products. FREE Admission to ALL Attendee's.
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March 28th @ 7pm: Miracles & Inspiration - Lots to talk about with Scott Mowry!!
Just added another night (March 28th) in addition to his regular First and Third (March 21st) Tuesday of the Month updates as he fills us in on news here and around the globe!! Cost is $10.

April 1st, 2pm & 7pm, April 2nd @ 2pm: Charlie and the Chocolate Dream Factory
Come with the StageStruck Players to a world of pure imagination, a world of candy loving children and magic singing into a world of chocolate covered adventure! Welcome to Charlie and the Chocolate Dream Factory. All tickets $10. Tickets available at Gordon’s Garden Center and the Yelm Food Coop or on The Triad Theater website at this link: CHARLIE & THE CHOCOLATE DREAM FACTORY

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