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The weather is officially wacked.

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posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 03:33 PM
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Every year has different weather. It's only the people's mania to say; we're doomed, if there is few degree differences. People are love to live in the very same thing what to they get used to it, but the weather is not going to act as mankind desires.

I remember when in my native country, Hungary we had (-25C) in December and really huge snow. This was twenty years ago. Now we have (-5C) - (-7C) and a little snow (Winter everyone?) and the media is already screaming all over in Europe... oh my, oh my, we're going to die. Weather change, climate change. Yeah, sure.

I'm not an old guy, but my memory is still perfect. So I know everything what the media is doing is fearmongering. It's happened before, it will happen again. Sometimes winter is stronger, sometimes it's weaker.




posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by kushin
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Hi, I'm in Oldham, Northwest England,

We are being hammered by snow, which is nice when not having drive as I do to travel with my work,

Anyhoo, back to my point! my friends think I'm mad because I go crazy about CHEM-Trailing! they have been doing non stop for days and boom we get snow, just as we did in early 2010 and an unpresedented amout,

On the UK News (SKY), they showed a graphic of how the Ionosphere was severely bent (Northwards) preventing the usual Gulf Stream from pushing the cold air away from the UK below the southern tip and across Europe,

I genuinely believe TPTB are experimenting on us using HAARP and Tesla's warming of the Ionosphere technology to bend the flow through seeding and heat activation,

During the World Cup, this year (2010), they did masses of spraying which in turn gave Pakistan mass flooding, Russia major conflagrations of fire, all reported in the MSM,

Here in the UK, we have hundreds of aerial masts in clusters grouped all over the country, and I genuinley believe these are used to manouvre artificially charged weather systems through CHEM-Seeding and HAARP heating,

BTW, one aircraft CHEM-Trailing was British Airway's over my house as it was low enough to see the livery,

Any comments would be welcome,

Thank you,

Andy



Well I don know HAARP is capable of doing some severely wacky stuff with the "order" of things in our natural environment. It's really hard to claim the case though because traditionally the normal accepted thought is that "mother nature" is out of our control and things such as earthquakes, floods, torrential rains, etc are impossible for man to produce.

I beg to differ, they do chem trail to affect the weather and this is admitted. What is to say it does more than were told, and they do it more than were told?



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 03:34 PM
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My apologies, here in North East Europe we have an early snow fall with un-usual cold tempertures for this time of year. Where I am just outside of Berlin it´s about -15c now and the same right up through to the UK and beyond. Perhaps this might have something to do with your (late) winter ? being ours seems to have started very early and harder than usual.

I would say enjoy the warm weather whilst it lasts. But for us we enjoy a bit of snow in time for Christmas.



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 03:35 PM
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Oh, I'm not saying "we're" doomed, I'm just saying it's weird. If we're doomed then I guess Colorado will get all the nice weather.



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 03:40 PM
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How about last night man?! It was crazy warm out last night. I was out in a t-shirt and it was like 45 or 55 outside in December! I am continually amazed at how warm it is so far this winter. I wonder how the snow is at the ski resorts as I may go up and board in a couple of weeks. I hope to see ladies skiing in bikini's as I have been privileged to once before.



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 03:48 PM
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Originally posted by Sentinel412
reply to post by Wookiep
 

Every year has different weather. It's only the people's mania to say; we're doomed, if there is few degree differences. People are love to live in the very same thing what to they get used to it, but the weather is not going to act as mankind desires.

I remember when in my native country, Hungary we had (-25C) in December and really huge snow. This was twenty years ago. Now we have (-5C) - (-7C) and a little snow (Winter everyone?) and the media is already screaming all over in Europe... oh my, oh my, we're going to die. Weather change, climate change. Yeah, sure.

I'm not an old guy, but my memory is still perfect. So I know everything what the media is doing is fearmongering. It's happened before, it will happen again. Sometimes winter is stronger, sometimes it's weaker.


My observations are completely indifferent to media bias. I don't believe the media. However I'm just simply stating how incredibly weird the weather has been here in Colorado recently.



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 03:49 PM
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Greetings from Camp Oldham, bring your buckets and I'll help you pack it to take it back home,

I love the weather when we used to have four real seasons, like Canada! but we don't they are playing with the systems and it is documented (no link,) on youtube that the UK have been faffing since the early 50's and at that time cause mass fatalities through flooding in the Southwest of England,

Ok, kettles on, grab your shovels

:-)



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 03:51 PM
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Originally posted by Puresilence
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How about last night man?! It was crazy warm out last night. I was out in a t-shirt and it was like 45 or 55 outside in December! I am continually amazed at how warm it is so far this winter. I wonder how the snow is at the ski resorts as I may go up and board in a couple of weeks. I hope to see ladies skiing in bikini's as I have been privileged to once before.


as far as I know the mountain ranges have getting snow not as expected but they are getting it none the less. Most mountain bases are currently between 20-40" which is about right for this time of year for the mountain ranges. I have every intention of boarding this year when I get the time to!



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 05:02 PM
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West Coast of Scotland here and I must admit that the severe weather affecting the UK is missing the Ayrshire area. A light dusting of snow and -3 overnight is all we are getting...this in itself is strange. There was a thread yesterday that showed a sat map of the Uk with the one small part between Glasgow and Girvan being green in a solid sea of white Uk wide.

What Im finding more worrying is the changes in wildlife all over the world the last few years. From birds not migrating or getting lost by thousands of miles, to various animal spieces being found dead on mass.

I understand those who say the weather is cyclicle but there is more to the changes than meets the eye.


Respects



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 05:17 PM
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Central Oregon here, in the Pacific Northwest. We've had a great snow season so far. The ski resort Mt. Bachelor opened the day before Thanksgiving (which is slightly ahead of the seasonal average), and in Bend, we've had snow now on the ground for about 10 days.

So, it's cold here.



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 05:25 PM
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i live in the central valley of california and there was already snow down to the 1500 ft level...we have already had 3 nights of below freezing temps...and i'm at 14 ft above sea level...there has been upwards of ten feet already on the tops of mountains in the sierras. it is now midday and we are in the low fifties, upper forties. i can't believe that in colorado, you haven't had several feet of snow already. climate change variations are coming into play.



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 07:11 PM
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I'm in Southeast Illinois and we have YET to have really cold weather. Normally by now there is 2 feet of snow et al. The wind is a little cold but nothing like the teens we usually get. It's been 45 to 50 degrees and no snow. It's odd. So we're getting off normal weather as well.



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 07:15 PM
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Heh, it's usually super hot and sunny here but it's been flash floods and thunder storms all week.



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 07:31 PM
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personally I think the gulf stream in pulling less heat from the US and that why its been so hot in FL. Could also be why the warm stream has not helped the UK with rain instead of snow.

I rem seeing about it when it happened but no one is talking about the gulf stream/ North Atlantic current changes and any connections of weather change.

After all it is a known fact that the UK weather greatly depends on the currents heat exchange.
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posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 12:28 AM
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Currently 11pm and its still 47 degrees outside, in December at almost 5000 feet above sea level...



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 12:34 AM
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You are so righ, Sly.

The weather is not right here in NZ.

Farmers are saying they have the drought conditions right now that they normally get in Feb (it is our summer now, just started). One farmer has been farming for 40 years and said he has never seen these conditions before.

The weather is not right in England either. They are getting freezing temps and huge snowfalls - another thing that should happen in February.

Apparently 2010 was/is a year of extremes and we can expect more extremes.



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 06:13 AM
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Originally posted by Sentinel412
The weather is always working as a periodical element. We have the very same type of weather what we had twenty, forty or sixty years ago. Only the media and the Governments are screaming... oh, my god, we're going to die because we have snow. They're just creating fear.

Here is the newsflash: The present season is winter. Snow is used to fall in winter.

If you don't have snow right now in Colorado, then you've just arrived to the lowest point of the synus of the weather scale. Ten years later, you'll have the very same snow what you had ten years ago.


I've lived 29 years of my life now. I lived in the tropics and the last 7 years was the warmest December I could remember. The last 3 years was even warmer. It's also getting notoriously hot in the tropics now.

I just flew to New Zealand last week and will live and study there for a year. I'm telling you, it's quite a big relief from the heat!!



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 06:18 AM
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People tend to forget even weather conditions even 1 year back.

Media pushes alot of these fears nowadays.



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 06:57 AM
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Coldest November since records began here in Ireland, similar to Mid-December thru February of last winter but earlier. -20 DegC recorded at Dublin airport, -8 to -10 countrywide average. Apparently the jet stream has split with one portion passing over northern Scotland and the other passing over southern Spain so we have no fast moving air circulating above us anymore. This is what caused the summer problems in Russia and Pakidstan also.



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 07:15 AM
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Originally posted by Sly1one
So here I am December 3rd in the middle of Colorado opening up my windows because its 80 degrees in my house. Not because of my furnace but because its so damn beautiful outside, which for this time of year in Colorado is very rare. I've been a Colorado native all my life (28 years) and I can't remember a time where the weather was so consistently warm for December.

Usually we have had a snow storm or two by now outside of the mountain ranges and the highs would be about 40-45 degrees.

Something isn't right with this picture at all.

Is the weather normal where you are?
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I'm in Colorado too, and I come from a family of farmers. This is not La Nina, as people will suggest. This is something different from any other experienced weather pattern here.



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