Technical Writers Without Borders

preseason prerequisites

"What we need... is basically all the information you gave Zuck, but somewhere he cannot find it -- or you -- so easy, indigenoUS creators."

"YouTube, PeerTube, TikTok, Mastodon socials need at least 30 - 58 more indigenous weather forecasters (each) who can speak correctly about their ancestors' lands, water, regions.

HELLO, WORLD
YES YOU CAN
LEARN AND TEACH METEOROLOGICAL SCIENCE, indigenoUS.

And you do not have to "concede" to the maps of the last 250 - 531 ++ years when you do. Indie personally freed indigenous language character sets from the oppressed hostages situation. Now you can communicate about your people digitally, free "

"A NLBI or hologram decal and shall be reserved for indigenous weather scientists who refuse to promote the brand on FB, Meta, or Twitter. Show us how you more creative."

Attached image includes current temperature-related data points of sea surface situation today:

86.7° Fahrenheit or
30.4° Celsius degrees

at geolocation 8.09° N, 45.56° W 110° @ 7.5

Too much heat, not enough heat sinks!

Rising ocean surface temps DIRECTLY resultant of the destruction of indigenous mangrove forests where Port Charlotte put her yacht clubs and golf courses. Is not joke or funny.

The loss of indigenous rainforest has accelerated where Hurricane Julia is heading -- anyone see the pattern yet?

All you idiotic Republican voters in Florida need to go check out the "Environmental Studies Center" in Jensen Beach, where all kinds of scientific data that shows you why these mangrove forests were (still are) NECESSARY to help cool Earth. You cannot just mow down the forest to put your country clubs!

Lookin' like colonizer cash holders got in enough trouble to do do a boil momma planet before torching her to death to extinct. Her yachts not part of Native Land Before Invasion, either.

grist.org/extreme-weather/hurr

The weather is always trying to teach, it seems.

Without having consulted Wikipedia or Google or any other external source of authority, no Gutenberg-worshipping text printed on paper ripped from indigenous trees would contain the correct information about the history of the place the weather forecasters call "Fort Myers" and "Port Charlotte"

Hello out there professional ... cartographers. Is there a "Department of cartography" at Google we can yell at to assert the urgency of the message that these 17th and 18th century RCT maps need updated? Especially given the LARGER INTELLIGENCE of diverse and decolonizing people on the land in the later non-RCT honoring centuries? This problem plagues both sides of the ocean.


Something about the weather...

6032 Joules for each "kilogram" predicted to be concentrating around

35.28° N, 96.42° W

That is, over the territories of
Lakȟótiyapi, Osage, O-ga-xpa Ma-zhoⁿ (O-ga-xpa), Caddo, Muscogee
𐓏𐒰𐓓𐒰𐓓𐒷 𐒼𐓂𐓊𐒻 𐓆𐒻𐒿𐒷 𐓀𐒰^𐓓𐒰^,Kiikaapoi

and other
neighboring
(neiiiiiiighboring) 🐎
indigenous language keepers

pssst! fixed ur broken #↗




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Again, tornadoes all over the today, in the year the RCT accountants account as 2022.

When, in 2020, after 4 long and unnecessary years of rape, attack, plundering, exploit for contracts and profit margins and sadistic whiteman fantasizing "international" jetsetting as a lifestyle, the colonialist cash systems still promoting?

For quantum documentation purposes... the past that you saw as the future has a memory, and captured in time and territory of the

Mvskoke (Muscogee)
Koasati (Coushatta)

is a tornado heading straight for a town slave-owning settlers made called "Cordele, Georgia"

Hot air mass 109+ degrees rolling up from the south, tornadoes season starting early early...

Unfolding extreme weather events

Energy of the storms.

Tornadoes (as in many) spun up by the MASS of compression and frontal boundary that squalled across the SE part of this map overnight...

1500+ miles long front is a big storm.

Drone video: youtube.com/watch?v=vEbUhcX4AT

So much rain headed in toward _keyah in the .

Be safe on roads, remember some large-banded rainstorms require very little time to make accumulation for unwanted out-of-control hydroplaning.

The Atlantic basin allowing the heated hatred of mankind to organize as a forceful whirlwind of destruction.

Wildfire season in the Western US is upon us; some of the driest and droughtiest weather in a long time.

Screenshot [source:1] shows the depletion of a region in Southern California where the colonial empires founded by mentally ill colonists[2], like those who founded Culver City, have absolutely nothing to be proud of today. Probably a good idea to keep a close eye on CalFire site. [3]

Oregon and the whole is also expecting ¨excessive¨ heat with temperatures expected to be ~107 this weekend.

1: esa.int/ESA_Multimedia/Images/

2: ecosteader.com/@indie/10584351

3: fire.ca.gov/incidents

4: news.yahoo.com/hottest-tempera

It's 2020. We live in a diverse planet with caves and bears, icemelt, and tears.

Geologic tears make earthquakes and faults and sinking valleys; volcanic pyroclastics, too (Mauna Kea has an astoningishly long history).

Energies of weathering storms also provide warnings and cause break-downs into various granularities; not all of them good:

A tumbleweed tornado, for example, recently displayed as a literal tornado of radioactive waste toxicity near Hanover.

"Strontium is chemically similar to calcium, and plants take it up readily thinking it's a vital nutrient. Cesium goes into plant roots along metabolic pathways generally used for taking potassium from the soil. Russian thistle is an avid extractor of nutrients from arid soils. For 56 years the plants have scrounged all the radioisotopes they can from the hundreds of ground zeros at the Nevada test site. They set seed fortified with strontium 90 and cesium 137. As the seeds ripen the plants wither. They break off at their roots and the wind drives them where it will ..."

And mankind still cannot solve problems caused by money with money.

Important related threads:

ecosteader.com/@indie/10338221

ecosteader.com/@indie/10379946

tri-cityherald.com/news/weathe

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It's possible to click through the posts about this topic and see the outlook progression going from bad to worse. The areas in red are where the latest new floods are happening.

While I haven't been watching any cable television programs, some independent channel forecasters have shown concern over the significant warm-up expected this week.

weathernationtv.com/news/heat-

21+ degrees above normal in some places. See also: "What if US State boundaries were defined by watershed: coloradoriverdistrict.org/wp-c)

If this summer is anything like the last, dry areas going to get evaporated quickly, and flooded areas are going to have more severe effects from any tropical waves or hurricanes. Hurricane season is not far away.

hstoday.us/subject-matter-area

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The of Concerned Scientists[1] has something to say about the spring flood outlook.

NOAA's predicted spring flood outlook areas include several areas with severity, the illustrations below are extrapolated out to include newer data.

TL;DR is: 23 states and 128 million population affected.

"Researchers with the Union of Concerned Scientists compared coronavirus projection models from Columbia University with NOAA's most recent spring flood forecast and came to some startling conclusions about which communities are most likely to be hit with both the global pandemic and spring flooding between now and May 31."

Much earlier than the start of hurricane season, this is already what is looking likely.

With any (any at all) significant snow or rain or storm surge events, affected areas could be much larger.

While there's always a potential threat from COVID or something from any one of the "10 million viruses in a lick of seawater", be sure to update your evacuation plans accordingly, should you happen to find yourself needing to flee a different kind of disaster.

weather.com/health/coronavirus [1]

usatoday.com/story/news/nation

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NOAA should use millimeters on its mappings. Since it doesn't, I've adapted some of its data for a more precise picture of America's dire and impending "underwater" situation.

Trump's plan to inject trillions into mortgage-backed securities to "save the economy", eh? That has been played before over a decade ago, and it fails dreadfully.

Don't go overvaluing an unsustainable, toxic, sinking ship.

The murals behind these ladies are awesome!

If you haven't heard yet, Arizona is yet another US state that has been experiencing flooding recently.

More on this weather pattern:

A crop of tornadoes sprung up last night across SE Missouri's intra-state regions. Several large cells with lightning were recorded.

Nashville, TN apparently received some damage in its urban area, where over 40 buildings collapsed due to damage, and at least six* fatalities so far reported.

youtube.com/watch?v=NwI9TspJFW

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Midweek warmup expected across great swaths of the continental US this week. The heat, coupled with "strong troughs of energy" sweeping up out of the Gulf (and some from across the Pacific) means storms and excessive rain across much of the plains and Southeast (SE).

Areas already in "Captain Soggypants" zone should probably expect additional flooding, and to adjust forecasts as possible.

Folks in low-level areas susceptible to floods (often poor neighborhoods in cities) should maybe coordinate on evacuation plans?

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Tortoise Mountain Natives Do Not Like English Ivy

It is time to stop Ecological and economic genocide upon people of color. Tortoise Mountain and Turtle Island natives are the original Ecosteaders. Long before European and other settlers with delusions about government-subsidized development in "blocks" of colonizer cash infrastructure, Native Land Before Invasion was organic. And there never were opportunities or roles for any white dudes as a "Chief" Executive Officer. Get out of here and fix the problems plaguing Europe before trying to kill the indigenoUS Earth.

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