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World War 3 Predictions Is This The End For America
What are the top World War 3 predictions andscenarios in today's world that is facing economic collapse in many countries, the threatof ISIS, a rogue anticonstitutionalist American President in Barack Hussein Obama and VladimirPutin wanting to bring back the old Mother Russiaé Why don't we have an honest discussionabout that. Can weé The many conflicts in the world today in Ukraine,the Middle East including Israel, Africa and other parts of the globe, coupled with racialtension and a financial outlook that points to economic collapse of many nations includingGreece, Russia and the United States coming soon sets a world war 3 scenario that lookseerily similar to what happened leading up
to World War 1. With the world in chaos at the beginning of1914, on June 28 of that same year, a Serbian nationalist kills both AustroHungarian ArchdukeFranz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie and one month later AustriaHungary declares war onSerbia and for the rest of 1914 the world spirals out of control with one country afteranother declaring war on either Germany or AustriaHungary. So, what could be the catalyst or kindlingthat brings about such a worldwide conflict and plunges the world into total waré Leadingup to WW I it was an assassination that lead
to that eventual massive conflict. Could thesame thing happen todayé And what role will a weakened America play at the hands of anineffective and weak leader that has an abysmal foreign policy and zero military experienceéAnd honestly, who's side is President Obama really oné What if Russian President Vladimir Putin wereto have the Ukrainian president knocked off like he may have had a hand in oppositionleader Boris Nemtsov's demiseé Would the world look at that and say enough is enough andtake sidesé Or what could happen if militant terroristssuch as ISIS acquire a nuclear weaponé But
who is ISIS really. Did we not create themby meddling in the Middle East. And what is the point of having a global World War 3é What does a World War doé In its most basicform, it changes the world. What did World War 1 doé In was the end of the age of empires.It was the end of the AustroHungarian empire and more importantly it was the end of theOttoman Empire which had lasted for more than 6 centuries. World War 2 was to bring Germany to powerto control all of Europe and Japan to control the Pacific region. Fortunately, both of thoseobjectives failed, but it still changed Europe,
ushering in the European Union and guess whocontrols that, Germany. And what would a World War 3 doé It wouldfinally usher in a global government under the pretense that we can't go on fightingwars like this any longer, that is after it kills probably half the world's population.It would be dark, it would be nuclear and it would be devastating. And it's all aboutpower. When the world is in turmoil as it is now,it turned to world war twice in the past. Will it completely destroy the planeté Probablynot. Will it usher in global government. Probably. Will you be able to do anything about itéProbably not. You may however be able to stock
up on some foodstuffs if you are in a remotepart of your own country where invading armies are not all that concerned about controlling,but eventually, there will be almost nothing you can do. That is one of the predictions of World War3.
Climate statement 2015
2015 was the globe's hottest year on record,with the most significant El NiÃ±o event in nearly two decades. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it was a warm andmostly dry year for Australia. After a nearmiss last year, the Bureau officiallyannounced the arrival of El NiÃ±o in autumn. Over the second half of the year, TropicalPacific Ocean temperatures warmed to wellover 2 degrees above average â€” the signatureof a strong El NiÃ±o event. Impacts from El NiÃ±o were felt around theglobe. In the northeast Pacific, a record numberof tropical cyclones were observed.
And drought in the western Pacific has beenparticularly severe in Papua New Guinea. In Australia, El NiÃ±o's arrival was unwelcomenews for areas already experiencing drought, such as inland Queensland and northern NewSouth Wales. But, over the course of the year, its influencewas stronger in some parts of the country than others. After a wet January, very dry conditions prevailedfrom the Kimberley, right through to the central Queensland coast; and along southern coastalregions. However, recordhigh temperatures in the IndianOcean fed moisture over the continent from
the west â€” producing muchneeded rainfallover some key agricultural areas during winter. From April through to August, above averagerain fell over parts of inland WA, New South Wales and eastern Victoria. Two significant East Coast lows drenched abouta third of the Australian population in late April and early May. By spring, a positive Indian Ocean Dipolehad developed â€” cutting off moisture from the northwest, and reinforcing the impactsof El NiÃ±o in the Pacific. The result was the country's thirddriestSeptember on record â€” with
significant rainfall deficiencies for southernAustralia. Tasmania had its driest spring on record â€” recording18mm less rainfall than the low set in 1914. The pattern of drying across the south isconsistent with recent rainfall declines over autumn and winter â€” which were a signatureof the Millennium Drought. 2015 was warmer than average for most of thecountry. It was Australia's fifth warmest year onrecord, with several significant heatwaves and warm spells. We did manage to see some cold weather.
Winter saw snow fall at low altitudes in Tasmania,New South Wales and even southern Queensland. But the heat was on during spring. October 2015 was Australia's warmest onrecordâ€”with a significant and recordbreaking heatwave at the start of the month. Victoria's average monthly maximum temperaturewas nearly six degrees above normalâ€” the biggestever recorded departure from average,for any State, and for any month. In the past three years Australia hasrecorded its three hottest springs on record. The combination of spring heat and low rainfallresulted in muchdrierthanaverage soil moisture.
This contributed to reduced streamflows, andan early end to southern Australia's dam filling season. So how does 2015 fit into the broader climatepictureé â€” the warmth in Australia, and the globe,is consistent with background global warming of around a degree since the preindustrialperiod. And based on the historical relationship betweenEl NiÃ±o and global surface temperatures, it is likely that the record heat will extendinto at least the first half of 2016. For the Bureau of Meteorology, I'm KarlBraganza.
Google Year In Search 2014
In 2014 we searched trillions of times. What do these searches say about usé We search for hope more than fear science more than fiction We search for things we love
And for greatness We search to make sense quot;Here's what gives us hopequot; quot;the world knows howquot; quot;to fight this disease.quot; We search to remember We search to be inspired quot;Here we go, readyéquot;
â€œDid you hear those wordséâ€� â€œYes!â€� quot;Just rendezvousing with this cometquot; quot;is an extraordinary thing.quot; quot;We're going to make discoveriesquot; quot;that no one's imagined yet.quot; Search on.