The cause of extreme weather: Human activity or Planet X?
I have to start off with a little humour. Below is what my wife tells our friends when they come over.
More extreme weather
Alabama got a record-breaking amount of rain, causing floods.
The Florida panhandle got over a foot of rain.
A typhoon killed two in Taiwan, then the storm moved to mainland China.
Here is a site listing floods globally. I can’t remember a time in the past where this amount of flooding occurred; it is a worldwide problem. I have found some information as to what is supposedly causing this, but I think there is an outside influence, such as Planet X, because the other planets are also experiencing extreme weather.
This site, and most of mainstream science, puts the blame on man for “global warming.”
So if the cause is the burning of fossils fuels, etc., then why aren’t our governments doing something about it? They certainly pay lip service to the problem but they never take the bull by the horns and fix it. Greed of the wealthy is one problem, as they stifle new technology like free energy so the everyday person will continue to suffer these extreme weather patterns because of the greed of the 1% of the population.
You’d better get used to this way of life because nothing will change until those in power are held accountable by the everyday man and woman. Those in power are weak and are subservient and ruled by the wealthy and our representatives are running scared because if they resist they will more than likely be eliminated. Scary stuff but this is the way it is and, like a hamster running on the wheel, we keep spinning and getting nowhere fast.
I received a couple of good webcam videos from Terry in England. I think you will like these. I see the sun rising in the east and what I assume is Planet X coming into the picture. Let me know what you guys think.
For those of you who are still in doubt about the existence of Planet X, you may want to check out the video below. I think that this is authentic but that is just my opinion; it is described very well. (Sent by LazyToad.)
The BBC accidentally film two suns in the sky; the narrator is Brian Cox. Make sure you watch the entire video. (This video was sent to me by LazyToad; great job in finding it.)
Stay safe. DDD signing off.
Keep your eyes on the skies.
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