100% MUST WATCH RELATED: California Wild Fires: [Rothschild’s] PG&E is LYING to Californians About Wind Speeds
by Bruce Bialosky, Townhall:
There are multiple subjects that currently divide us. If you choose to challenge the conventional wisdom on one of these topics, in any regard, that the Earth is warming (now referred to as “Climate Change”) you are accused of being a heretic. Some of us believe there is no such thing as “settled science” thus we are always open to arguments from both sides as to what has occurred in the evolving knowledge. Recently, I was presented with a completely different argument.
I found additional confirmation of initial (now scrubbed) wind speeds recorded at intellicast. Weather Underground data for Tyndall AFB and a SINGLE personal weather station still reflect the 86mph winds exclusively hitting Panama City, Tyndall, and Mexico Beach while surrounding areas only 10 miles away were only reading wind speeds of 36mph!!!
This is “free-fall speed” proof that something other than a hurricane is happening here guys!!
Top comment: Radar2376 – WOW!!! Intellicast has now completely removed ALL data (including the hourly wind speed data charts) from EVERY city you’d mentioned in your video!!! Type in any city (ex. ‘Panama City Beach, FL’) and it now says ‘unexpected error has occurred’. I imagine they don’t want people to see the actual wind speeds of those cities, because it would prove (as you’ve done) that they’ve majorly LIED about this storm!
by Martin Armstrong, Armstrong Economics:
In the Netherlands, the high court has now ordered the Dutch Government to cut greenhouse gases by 25% before end 2020. The court called it a Violation of the duty of care pursuant to articles 2 and 8 ECHR. The state must now further reduce greenhouse gases. Then we have the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change that now says coal-fired electricity must end by 2050 if we are to limit global warming rises to 1.5C. They have NEVER heard of cycles and they simply project whatever trend is in motion will stay in motion. They never take nature into account and ignore everything else in the entire world not to mention volcanoes.
by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:
It wasn’t supposed to be like this. Hurricane Michael was supposed to be a relatively minor storm as hurricanes go, but it just kept getting stronger and stronger as it approached the Florida panhandle. And when it finally did make landfall, it was an absolutely monstrous storm with sustained maximum winds of 155 miles per hour. If those winds had reached 157 miles per hour, it would have been a Category 5 storm. It truly was a “lawnmower from the sky” that shredded just about everything it encountered as it slammed into a part of the country that was very ill-prepared for a storm of this magnitude. Hundreds of thousands of people are already without power, and as you will see below, one major outlet is warning that “most of the area will be uninhabitable for weeks or months”.
by Anthony Watts, Watts Up With That:
Just ahead of a new report from the IPCC, dubbed SR#15 about to be released today, we have this bombshell- a detailed audit shows the surface temperature data is unfit for purpose. The first ever audit of the world’s most important temperature data set (HadCRUT4) has found it to be so riddled with errors and “freakishly improbable data” that it is effectively useless.
From the IPCC:
Global Warming of 1.5 °C, an IPCC special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse gas emission pathways, in the context of strengthening the global response to the threat of climate change, sustainable development, and efforts to eradicate poverty.
by Luis Miranda, The Sleuth Journal:
(The Real Agenda News) In a country plunged into a deep social, economic and political crisis, little attention has been paid to the mineral exploitation of 111,843 square kilometers.
Venezuela extracts oil since the 1910s, when its exploitation became more profitable than coffee and cocoa.
All national development projects and income depend on energy resources such as oil. But not even oil exploitation resulted in a prosperous nation.
by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:
Could you imagine the immense devastation that would take place if a giant wall of water 80 feet high slammed into the west coast of the United States? It may not happen today or tomorrow, but scientists assure us that it will definitely happen one day, and at this point we are completely and utterly unprepared for such a disaster. The “Ring of Fire” is becoming increasingly active in 2018, and the death toll from the earthquake and tsunami that just struck Indonesia is now above 1,300. And we all remember the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that killed more than 200,000 people. Now we are being told that something like that could happen on our side of the Pacific Ocean, and the mainstream media is even warning us that a giant tsunami could slam into the west coast “without warning”. Should we take such a statement seriously?
by Catherine Frompovich, Activist Post:
Are some folks, especially those in the media, starting to wake up about what’s happening with the weather? In the SE part of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and surrounding counties, in particular, the Spring and Summer of 2018 have been nothing short of thinking about building an ark, as we have had torrential floods weekly, if not many times daily!
The wet weather here is so bad, no one can disregard it anymore. Some folks now have taken to making snide remarks such as, “Can Google send us some sunshine.”