Watchman’s Request: If You Wish to Help the Environment, Send Your Money to Me. Unlike Brain Dead John Kerry, I Have Knowledge

HNewsWire: More BS, another moron prediction… The Gulf Stream system could collapse as soon as 2025, a new study suggests. The shutting down of the vital ocean currents, called the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (Amoc) by scientists, would bring catastrophic climate impacts. Amoc was already known to be at its weakest in 1,600 years owing to global heating and researchers spotted warning signs of a tipping point in 2021. The new analysis estimates a timescale for the collapse of between 2025 and 2095, with a central estimate of 2050, if global carbon emissions are not reduced. Evidence from past collapses indicates changes of temperature of 10C in a few decades, although these occurred during ice ages. Other scientists said the assumptions about how a tipping point would play out and uncertainties in the underlying data are too large for a…

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Update: 90 Million Americans Brace For Winter Storm; Is Texas Ready This Time?

Top Areas by OutagesTexas 69,799Arkansas 24,301California 10,149Indiana 7,108Oklahoma 4,047Last Updated2/3/2022, 07:59:30 AM Source: poweroutage Earth’s Temperature Saw A Sharp Drop In January, As Did Solar Activity — Global Cooling Is Here, Undeniable, And Set To Intensify The UAH temperate dataset is maintained by former NASA scientist Dr Roy Spencer and his University of Alabama in Huntsville colleague, climate scientist Dr John Christy. Since 1979, NOAA satellites have been carrying instruments which measure the natural microwave thermal emissions from oxygen in the atmosphere. The intensity of the signals these microwave radiometers measure at different microwave frequencies is directly proportional to the temperature of different, deep layers of the atmosphere. Every month, Dr Spencer and Dr Christy update global temperature datasets that represent the piecing together of the temperature data from a total of fifteen instruments flying on different satellites, know colloquially…

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Bible Prophecy — No One Has Ever Seen Forecast Even Close to This Level of Extreme Weather

Bible Prophecy I Have Never Seen The Righteous Forsaken or Begging For Rain… Severe Weather Threatens 90 Million People In Midwest And Northeast States The Storm Prediction Center has warned that severe thunderstorms are forecasted across the Midwest and Northeast on Wednesday.   “Damaging winds, along with some hail threat, are expected with thunderstorms across the upper Midwest later this afternoon and evening. Isolated damaging winds are also possible across parts of the Northeast,” Storm Prediction Center wrote in a 0737 ET statement.  CNN estimates as many as “90 million people across the Midwest and Northeast” could be affected by today’s storms.  Wisconsin; Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Rochester, Minnesota are at risk of intense storms. This could be great news for the corn belt in desperate need of water, but a constant stream of wind could damage crops. Wind damage could snap the corn…

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A Full-Blown Heat Wave Will Result in Higher Power Prices for Mid-Atlantic and Northeast

States. Already, Power Prices Are Creeping Higher Early Sunday Morning, and One Would Expect Prices to Increase Over the Coming Days During Peak hours… Time for those living in Mid-Atlantic and Northeast states to turn their thermostats down as the second heat wave of the year begins and will last through mid-week.  Residents from the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area up to Boston will experience temperatures well above 90-degrees today through Wednesday.  Temperatures will climb 5 to 10 above average, even as much as 14 degrees above normal for specific areas in the final days of June.  “A bulge northward in the jet stream pattern will allow for a dome of heat to build across the eastern US into the new week from the Appalachian Mountains east to the coast,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Matt Benz said. Increased warmth will also coincide with increasingly humid conditions that…

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