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Weather seems to be 2-3 months off cycle

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posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 12:10 AM
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People are way too busy paying attention to the important stuff like Jersey Shore and Lady Gaga's latest outfit to spare the brainpower on what's going on around us.

I do think a lot of people are open to the possibility that something strange is coming down the pipe, it's just that society as a whole has been successfully conditioned not to ask questions about what they don't understand.




posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 12:11 AM
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Already did that a couple of months ago here and the results were pretty interesting...



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 12:18 AM
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Originally posted by litterbaux
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I'm not too concerned about it. My belief on the whole ordeal is our axis shifted. The entire united states is now more tropical.

Sorry Europe, you got the crap end of this stick


Makes sense but what other implications are there to an axis shift or is it simply a matter of weather change? What would create such a shift and do you think that this has happened in the past? I'm honestly curious as I have no idea of the seriousness or innocuousness of such an event.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 12:21 AM
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Originally posted by QuestionsEverything
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People are way too busy paying attention to the important stuff like Jersey Shore and Lady Gaga's latest outfit to spare the brainpower on what's going on around us.

I do think a lot of people are open to the possibility that something strange is coming down the pipe, it's just that society as a whole has been successfully conditioned not to ask questions about what they don't understand.

Extremely appropriate response in my opinion and a sad, but honest, commentary on society...



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 12:34 AM
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We've broken a few record highs past couple months here in Buffalo. But, it's been this warm before (as we haven't broken all the record highs). Not a big deal. I will be pissed if summer ends up in the 100º range lol!



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 12:36 AM
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Unfortunately, thanks for agreeing....

I just checked out our average temp for today and it was 42 degrees with the record high being 59. It got up to 87 yesterday here, nothing major just a 30 degree increase over the record high.

If memory serves me correct I read that the jet stream was a couple hundred miles north of where it usually is. Now this might put me into the realm of tinfoil hat wearers but I'm wondering if the government is using weather modification technology to keep the radiation from Fukushima from nailing the continental US and pushing it northward into less populated Canada. Just a theory that I have no facts to back up.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 12:41 AM
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Your username serves you well - very interesting theory...



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 12:45 AM
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Originally posted by litterbaux
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I don't know exactly how to put this but. No.

If you are breaking records daily and you look at the year the previous record was set, you can obviously see your standpoint is clearly wrong.

Monday broke a record from 1985
Tuesday broke a record from 1907
Wednesday broke a record from 1890 (the first year records were taken)

If you want to live inside the box that you are comfortable with thats fine but don't come on ATS trying to convince other people that this isn't really happening.

Something is going on, if you can't deal with it... close your browser and bury your head in the sand.

So what you are really saying is that Wednesday broke tuesdays record which broke mondays? in fact wednesday broke the record from when records started being taken back in 1890.
Ever wonder what the temp was in 1879 for this day? or 1878, possibly those temps where the highest never recorded, but thats OK I was talking of a 7, 70 and 700 year cycle, so far in the dates you gave, they only go back to the 7 cycles and 1, 70 year which hasnt completed its second because records where not kept.

I have people telling me how unusual the weather is where I am because of the rain and a mini cyclone which hit recently that it was unusual for this time of year and it had to do with changing climate.
I used a Goverment website which detailed cyclones for the last 101 years and guess what, he was wrong, more cyclones form in the southern hemisphere during our Autumn/fall than during the summer months.

humans on average live for 10 , 7 year cycles and for the first 3 of them they don't even notice them, so anyone spouting about weather being abnormal is just discovering weather for the first time.

What draws me to this conclusion? Having the good fortune of working in the marine industry for a number of years and meating a couple of researchs. A marine biologist and a climatologist who together wanted to look at the rings of a Porites (Boulder coral) by taking a core sample of a 2300 year old coral to identify weather patters in the growth rings of the coral, It was them who showed me the 7 year, 70 year 700 year cycle.

But please feel free to fall for the hype about strange weather, I will close my browser and run my toes through the sand, I Do not expect to change peoples beliefs on what they believe to be happening, just give the smart ones out there something to think about before they start screaming the sky is falling



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 12:58 AM
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Here's a quote regarding the jet streams position, claims El Nina is the culprit.

“Alaska is having record cold, and Europe is in the deep freeze, but much of the U.S. is warmer than normal,” said Paul Barys, meteorologist for News Channel 3.

Barys said La Niña has sent the jet stream up to ride unusually far north over the continent, leaving much of the country to bask in warmer-than-norm temperatures.

www.timesfreepress.com...

I do question everything ; ) I refuse to drink the kool-aid. Seems like 90% of what we're told by "experts" or government officials turns out to be BS or misinfo to keep us in the dark.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 12:59 AM
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I prefer summer to winter. more food to forage.

Im trying to look on the bright side....



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 01:07 AM
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Los Angeles area, we have been having Santa Ana winds all winter (not normal), temperatures in the 50s one week and 80s the next and this has been going on for a couple of months now, if not longer. It's not the norm and it's not really addressed on the news and when it is, they say "this is not unusual." I find it interesting you mentioned time glitch. I was just telling a co-worker that time has been passing by faster. It seems a week goes by in a couple of days. Anyway, I have to look into this time glitch theory you are referring to. Enjoyed your post.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 01:09 AM
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Unless everyone on earth were setting RECORD temps this year, which we are not, I'd have to say it's just an abnormal year. One abnormal year.

In other words, ask yourself this: did we set a temperature record today for my area? If the answer is no, then that means it's been abnormally warm in the past and doesn't mean the world is ending.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 01:46 AM
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As Jason Samenow of the Capital Weather Gang notes, this week saw truly “Historic record warm weather“:

“Temperatures more characteristic of June have broken hundreds of temperature records over the last several days and promise to continue into the next week in many areas. In some places, temperatures have been an eye-popping 30-40 degrees above normal, nearing or surpassing the warmest temperatures ever recorded so early in the season.

“Since Sunday, an amazing 943 new record highs have been broken or tied across the U.S. compared to just 9 record lows“

planetsave.com...

This shows that the number of record highs is far outpacing the number of record low temps being set. Check out the graph at this site showing the ratio of warm records being set to cold ones, it was 2 to 1 for the 2000's and even higher for this decade.

thinkprogress.org...

Something is definitely going on with our weather patterns, if your area wasn't breaking records it is the exception instead of the norm.
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posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 01:47 AM
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Originally posted by QuestionsEverything
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As Jason Samenow of the Capital Weather Gang notes, this week saw truly “Historic record warm weather“:

“Temperatures more characteristic of June have broken hundreds of temperature records over the last several days and promise to continue into the next week in many areas. In some places, temperatures have been an eye-popping 30-40 degrees above normal, nearing or surpassing the warmest temperatures ever recorded so early in the season.

“Since Sunday, an amazing 943 new record highs have been broken or tied across the U.S. compared to just 9 record lows“

I saw an article on this earlier as well....hope it doesnt spell disaster

planetsave.com...

This shows that the number of record highs is far outpacing the number of record low temps being set. Check out the graph at this site showing the ratio of warm records being set to cold ones, it was 2 to 1 for the 2000's and even higher for this decade.

Something is definitely going on with our weather patterns, if your area wasn't breaking records it is the exception instead of the norm.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 01:52 AM
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Originally posted by QuestionsEverything
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As Jason Samenow of the Capital Weather Gang notes, this week saw truly “Historic record warm weather“:

“Temperatures more characteristic of June have broken hundreds of temperature records over the last several days and promise to continue into the next week in many areas. In some places, temperatures have been an eye-popping 30-40 degrees above normal, nearing or surpassing the warmest temperatures ever recorded so early in the season.

“Since Sunday, an amazing 943 new record highs have been broken or tied across the U.S. compared to just 9 record lows“

planetsave.com...

This shows that the number of record highs is far outpacing the number of record low temps being set. Check out the graph at this site showing the ratio of warm records being set to cold ones, it was 2 to 1 for the 2000's and even higher for this decade.

thinkprogress.org...

Something is definitely going on with our weather patterns, if your area wasn't breaking records it is the exception instead of the norm.
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Touché...well done sir.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 02:14 AM
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And now you know, and knowing's half the battle...

It might just be more noticeable here then in Seattle, it usually looks more like Alaska in northern Michigan at this time of year then So Cal.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 02:41 AM
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I was talking about this to my friend the other day, and while it seems the eastern portion of the US is getting hit with nice warm weather, the Pacific Northwest is getting the raw end of the deal. It was snowing here a few days ago, and where I live (outside of Olympia) it never snows in mid March. We're lucky if we get an hour of snowfall in December. Pretty strange if you ask me! Give us some of that nice weather you guys!



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 02:41 AM
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You are really grasping at straws saying this is normal weather phenominon. Ok so in a 700 year cycle we might have had a higher temperature day.

Ok got ya.

But three days in a row? We aren't even considering in tomorrow yet. Maybe tomorrow will be 1000 degree's. Then you will say, "well over the course of a year that thousand degree's will average out to be 3 degree's which is perfectly normal"

Give me a break.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 02:52 AM
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S. Illinois here. Zero snow, weather never really dropped below 40 deg fahrenheit. Now we are high 70's to mid 80's at day time and hard to sleep at night because it's so warm.

horridly odd and kind of scary. Last summer we had about 6 weeks straight of 113 to 120 degree weather! It NEVER gets over about 93 here. Ever.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 03:57 AM
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The way I see it, yeah it's great that I didn't have to shovel or brave frigid weather over the last few months, but it just contributes to the feeling that major, unnatural earth changes are taking place (which could be a really bad thing) and as long as people aren't inconvenienced and get to enjoy a snowless winter, they're not the least bit concerned about the possible danger signals going off all around them.

I hope you don't spend too much time being concerned about the possible danger of it... most people who have a life are probably outside enjoying the weather and living it up while they can, it's not like we personally have any control over what happens with the planet (unless by 'unnatural earth changes' you are implying that it's man made, in which case none of us on this website have any control over that either)... stop worrying so much and live a little



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