Sat, 23 February 2019
Our FEATURE today injects a bit of humor into a topic that looms large given recent weather events that are such an anomaly that they offer a rebuttal to the Global Warming alarmists. We've discussed with you the fact that magnetic north has dramatically changed its' position 34 miles in the past year and over 1400 miles since 1851 and now is located in Siberia. No one seems interested in investigating what impact this event might have in current weather events. Specifically, the massive cold front that caused 50' to 60' waves in Hawaii as well as snowfall in the mountains where no snowfall has ever been recorded. Did that front originate in Siberia and not the Gulf of Alaska? The City of Flagstaff, Az recorded 40" of snow in one day this week, an all-time record. Could record snowfall in the Rockies have a significant positive impact to mitigate the dangerously low level of water in Lake Meade? In the interim Arizonans should enjoy a green desert and an abundance of beautiful wild flowers.
Direct download: TMB-19-02-23-explain-extreme-cold-with-global-warming.mp3
Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 6:35pm PDT