Oy! Mate! Look over there....!

We do not usually do this sort of thing, and i sincerely hope that this is a total waste of my time, and further that i do not waste precious time of any of the humans involved, however, i am in the initial stages of the interpretation of the data for this next report, and had been asked by a reader about the current floods in Australia, so it seemed worth the effort to examine the immediacy data sets this morning. These are effective from 3/three days out to 3/three weeks (more or less), and as a rule contain some of the higher level emotional linguistics to be found, which are frequently the most freakishly accurate.

NOT THAT THIS IS THE CASE in this instance as we have no way of judging the accuracy until after the forecast time has past...

BUT, given the above as a disclaimer, and with the idea that we understand so little (really) about future forecasting, especially in the extremely close range, nonetheless, the data sets prompted me to post this warning.

Our data sets over the past year have had lots of instance of descriptors for the kinds of flooding activity that is now overwhelming the humans and animals and plants in Australia. The damage has already reached serious and impacting levels. The nasty part of the forecasts from both 2009, and 2010 relative to [floods in places that NEVER flood], is that we had also seen references within those same data sets for [dams failing]...and also curiously, for a [dam saved]. This last set included specifics going to [at the last minute], and [through (close/detailed) attention].

While looking through the most recent immediacy data, i came across several [dam] references that *could be* forecasting future happenings within the chaos of the Australian floods. Noting that our geographic references are right down there in the in-accuracy levels of numbers and are usually discarded as untrustworthy, and further noting that there are several regions of the planet that are experiencing [freakish flooding] at the moment, i still feel compelled to state that the current data sets have a set going to a [dam (nearly) collapses], and a set that is a [dam 'scooting' off its base].

The [dam (nearly) collapses] set may be pointing to the same set as the [dam scooting off its base]. This cannot be determined from this point in time.

Without regard to one or more dams, the data shows in the detail sets that the [dam scooting off its base] is [discovered (prior to the movement)] by [sharp eyes]. So i figured to help out with what descriptors we have available at this point. These details include the [right side] of the dam when facing it from below, and that set also is internally cross linked to [bubbling up]. Within the [bubbling up] set are supporting linguistics for [trees (specifically fruit trees though that can also mean trees of a commercial nature)] that are [snapped/damaged]. These [trees] are either the [cause] of the [bubbling up] due to [root penetration under the dam] or are [pointers to the place of the bubbling up], again, we cannot tell from the data set due to the ambiguity of language. In our referential integrity checks on the data, the timing clues suggest that as of this point of time (early morning, on January 11, 2011 here in Pacific time zone, north america), the [bubbling up], that is the sign of or a contributing factor to the [dam scooting off its base], is in the [initial stages]. Further descriptors include a curious group going to the idea that the [water (bubbling under) the dam] will [become as fog (obscuring)]. Further details include sets for [yielding] and [solid (structure) on weakened base].

Again we note that [trees] are a central theme to the descriptors in support of the [bubbling] that is even now preceding the [scooting off the base].

When viewing the structure of the detail layers, it would appear that the [dam], while [stressed] at this point is to be further tested by [yet more torrential rains], as well as [(another?) ascending wall of waters]. So apparently the [bubbling up] would be [deemed acceptable] at this moment, but will [in hindsight/past viewing] be [labeled] as the [cause for failure] after the [impact] of the [next round] of [rains].

Sorry to say that the data suggests yet more [torrents] will be forth coming.

So, we put this out to universe in an attempt to be useful humans. Hopefully we are just batshit screwy and totally wrong, but if not...oy, Mate! Look over there....at that puddle of water, in the midst of all those other puddles of water, as this one is [obscuring the danger].

Good luck to all humans and other terra critters of all species. We are all going to need it.



January 11, 2011