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The current [December 2010] severe weather in the northern hemisphere provoked this question.

Where is a safe location if a significant portion of the northern hemisphere is buried under snow and ice? Have we been misled that there is such an animal? Have we ever been advised to prepare for heavy snow and ice in addition to a safe location (traditionally meaning safe from rising seas, large bodies of water, mountain building, extraordinary earthquakes, volcanoes, etc.)? Did NZT miss some important factors to consider in determining a safe location?

Further, will a trench covered with a metal roof and sod keep us from drowning in heavy rains or keep us from freezing to death if a mini ice age does indeed blanket the northern hemisphere during the passage?

ZT hasn't talked about the Gulf Stream slowing/stopping, yet the phenomena has been known since at least 2005. There was a recent mention that it wouldn't be a source of problems, yet look at the winter the UK/Europe is having...predicted to be the coldest in a 1,000 years, when another mini ice age occurred.

And all the "lowlands" expected to flood? How do they flood if they are frozen before the passage? I understand that water could wash over them, but my point is that the data was presented as something people would have to plan for and evacuate from. However, now it looks like they will need to evacuate because of the deep freeze. In other words, NZT did not see climate change/freezing temperatures coming. She didn't see the Gulf Stream slowing/stopping as significant and brushed it off. And she was blindsided, proving again that she is not getting her information from intelligent extraterrestrials.

We need to rethink our safe locations and factor in protection from the elements as well.

And check out the Elevation link to see if a several-hundred-feet-in-elevation is really high enough if you are anywhere near large bodies of water.

UPDATE: 06/21/2011: Terral Croft has a map in his latest video, 7-7-11 Warning, that shows areas, such as the Appalachians and East Coast, in extreme danger zones, contrary to the Safe Locations document published by ZetaTalk. Please examine Terral's map and decide if you need to alter your plans. I am in the Appalachians, touted by ZetaTalk as being a safe area. I don't buy the Zeta "water will dilute radiation" theory. I've lost the link to the map, but consider how many aging nuclear reactors are on the east coast. His advice was to move west of the Mississippi. Consider these factors and decide for yourself.

UPDATE: 01/31/2014: I wrote this piece three years ago, questioning the Zetatalk assertion that there are any safe locations at all. At the time, the Atlantic conveyor was breaking and we were beginning to see weather extremes and talk of a mini-ice-age were circulating. Then add in fireballs and sinkholes, in addition to all of the other earthchanges, and the picture gets pretty grim. Now, "chemically nucleated snow" has made an appearance. It is obvious that surface dwellers are going to be wiped out by many of the "irons in the fire" (or ice, as the case may be).

Three years ago, I also disagreed with the ZetaTalk assertion that "water would dilute radiation." And I still do. And the Fukushima radiation isn't just in the water. It is showing up, not only on the West coast of the United States, but all over the U.S. as well. It comes down in the rain and snow.