Climate and Reality Check December 2021

Sunday December 12, 2021

This video was made after the Tornado outbreak of December 10-11, 2021 - a deadly late-season tornado outbreak which produced catastrophic damage and numerous fatalities across portions of the Southern United States and Ohio Valley from the evening of December 10 to the early morning of December 11, 2021. It will take time to ascertain the total destruction and loss of lives resulting from this record-breaking tornado surge.

In 2021- I often blogged that we are faced by the challenged of these "C" words - climate, covid, crime and chaos among others that define our experiences in this timeline.

There are many things waking us up to the reality that our simulation is no longer making life sustainable on planet Earth - climate change just one of them. There is no one to blame just the understanding that we exist in a simulation that is coming to its end as the consciousness grids that create and support the illusion of reality are collapsing based on the algorithm of its design.

Things that affect the emotions can easily be discounted as we muddle through the worst of events both personal and global. It goes to denial and hope to get through the challenges the simulation presents until the end.

When it comes to physical reality there is no escaping what is presented. Climate change is accelerating exponentially and if you follow the facts there is no going back just managing in the time remaining.

Everything from the doomsday clock - a symbol that represents the likelihood of a man-made global catastrophe - to the latest research - to what is happening that is undeniable - all tell us that time is running out.

For those who believe that we will be rescued by a mythological god or aliens or something else that we do not understand - that will not come to pass. We are merely projected illusion in a simulation which, once understood, helps in understanding what is going on and where we are going in the human experiment on planet Earth.

Expect the Unexpected

This is a video my daughter Tracy in Gilbert, Arizona sent me today (December 16, 2021) on her way to work. Meanwhile back in Brooklyn it was sunny and mild in the 60's one week before Christmas.

The way the climate is headed - it either takes us to flood stories
or an ice age at the end of the simulation.

Little Ice Age

Little Ice Age   Wikipedia

Winter is coming: Researchers uncover the surprising cause of the Little Ice Age. The answer, we now know, is a paradox: warming   PhysOrg - December 16, 2021
The Little Ice Age was one of the coldest periods of the past 10,000 years, a period of cooling that was particularly pronounced in the North Atlantic region. This cold spell, whose precise timeline scholars debate, but which seems to have set in around 600 years ago, was responsible for crop failures, famines and pandemics throughout Europe, resulting in misery and death for millions. To date, the mechanisms that led to this harsh climate state have remained inconclusive.


Earth's tectonic plates guide the destiny of planet Earth. The plates are broken causing earthquakes that are accelerating exponentially causing a domino effect with everything else. Always follow earthquake activity as a guide to the end of the simulation of our reality. It's all connected.

The San Andreas and San Jacinto faults have ruptured simultaneously at least three times in the past 2,000 years, most recently in 1812   PhysOrg - December 14, 2021

New Madrid Seismic Zone
Speaking of 1812 ... The New Madrid fault zone was responsible for the 1811-12 New Madrid earthquakes, and has the potential to produce large earthquakes in the future. Since 1812, frequent smaller earthquakes have been recorded in the area. Earthquakes that occur in the New Madrid Seismic Zone potentially threaten parts of eight American states: Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Mississippi. The zone had four of the largest North American earthquakes in recorded history, with moment magnitudes estimated to be as large as 7.0 or greater, all occurring within a 3-month period between December 1811 and February 1812.

Very strong mag. 6.0 earthquake - South Atlantic Ocean and South Sandwich Islands

The Narrative