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Last updated on August 3rd, 2017 at 10:24 am
The grotesque destruction of our planet has caused an alarming decline in the number and impact of certain Gaia-driven natural events:
Texas tornadoes barely topped 100 in 2005, making this the calmest count in almost 20 years for the spiraling storms.
As of mid-December, there were 102 tornadoes statewide, two injuries and no deaths, according to reports submitted by the state’s National Weather Service offices. That’s the lowest number of tornadoes since 1988, when 89 twisters dropped down.
When will we humans learn? This reduction of natural goodness also effects Australia:
The Australian belt of volcanism extending along the east coast was one of the world’s most extensive volcanic zones. Australian mainland volcanoes have not erupted for 5000 years …
I blame people, who first invaded Australia 50,000 years ago. Volcano-stopping, nature-hating bastards!
(Via J.F. Beck)