from Dr. Steve Turley:
by John Eidson, American Thinker:
Absent historical context, extreme weather can be overhyped in ways that lead uninformed voters to conclude that acts of God such as severe droughts and floods never happened before humans began using fossil fuels.
In fact, extreme weather has occurred with monotonous regularity for millions of years. Below is an infinitesimal sampling of the endless multitude of catastrophic weather events in Earth’s past, many of which occurred long before the Industrial Revolution.
● The Great Hurricane of 1780 killed 30,000 people in the Caribbean.
by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:
It is almost as if someone flipped some sort of a switch as 2020 began, because we have been seeing really weird things happen all over the globe so far this year. Later in this article I want to talk about the large earthquakes and strange weather events that we have seen over the past few days, but first I want to discuss the massive armies of locusts that are voraciously eating crops in Asia and in Africa. Right now, a “deadly invasion by millions and millions of locusts” in India is absolutely devastating farm after farm, and the media in India is calling this locust invasion “the worst in over six decades”…
by Ethan Huff, Natural News:
New legislation put forth in California would make it a requirement for public school teachers to indoctrinate their students into the Cult of Climate Change, just like fake medicine (vaccines) are also mandatory.
Assembly Bill 1922, authored by Assemblymember (sic) Luz Rivas (D-Arleta), dictates that “climate change education will be a coursework requirement for students in grades 1 through 6, and a graduation requirement for students in grades 7 through 12, starting in 2025.”
by Ethan Huff, Natural News:
In a bizarre and highly disturbing incident that took place in the sunny skies above Southern California, a Delta Air Lines flight headed towards Shanghai, China, blasted an elementary schoolyard with fuel during an emergency U-turn landing back at LAX (Los Angeles International Airport), giving a whole new meaning to the term “chemtrailing.”
Reports indicate that the Boeing 777 airplane, which had departed just after 11 a.m., suffered some kind of “mechanical issue” not long after takeoff that required an immediate return to the airport. And in order to land safely, the jet had to dump its fuel load prior to landing.
by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:
By far and away this past week, the biggest story flooding my email inbox were the fires in Australia. That’s partially understandable, as many members and readers of this website live in Australia. When these first started, though, I was skeptical of the explanations – what few there were – on the media. I did manage to hear a story from the Australian media that in one instance they had arrested two young men committing arson, who somehow managed to get the uniforms of a fire department in New South Wales. But the lack of details thus far has been the most suspicious thing. Note that I said “thus far”, because details are beginning to emerge…
by Lew Rockwell, Lew Rockwell:
Christmas Eve, 1957 our Sun had 503 sun-spots, scaring the science community resulting in President Eisenhower to authorise the opening of NASA
Coincidence? Across the top of the stamp is the wording ‘International Geophysical Year 1957-1958,’ arranged in two lines, and across the bottom is ‘U.S. Postage 3c.’ All the lettering is in white-face Gothic. Philosophy of Science Portal
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is prepared to bill California wildfire victims to recover a portion of some $4 billion it says it’s owed by Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E), in the event the debt isn’t resolved under the utility’s bankruptcy case, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
The reimbursement would cover costs from the government’s response to fires in 2015, 2017 and 2018. According to the report, any payment to FEMA would have to come from the company’s $13.5 billion allocation intended to settle claims from fire victims. FEMA’s claim would consume around 30% of the settlement. Victims’ lawyers are now battleing the agency, which told the Chronicle that it is compelled to first seek reimbursement from the utility – otherwise “individual victims would be on the hook if they get settlement money that duplicates funds already paid by the federal government,” according to the report, citing FEMA regional administrator Bob Fenton.
by Eric Worrall, Watts Up With That:
According to the New Daily, it is inconceivable that greens would oppose measures to prevent fires and improve fire safety.
How Rupert Murdoch is influencing Australia’s bushfire debate
10:05pm, Jan 9, 2020
Deep in the burning forests south of Sydney this week, volunteer firefighters were clearing a track through the woods, hoping to hold back a nearby blaze, when one of them shouted over the crunching of bulldozers.
“Don’t take photos of any trees coming down,” he said. “The greenies will get a hold of it, and it’ll all be over.”