James Corbett joins Dave of X22 Report to talk about the global warming narrative and its carbon ration end game. Topics discussed include the global average temperature construction, the carbon ration control grid, and the economics of technocracy.
For the sake of refuting ignorance and purposeful deception, only the facts will suffice. Dr. Tim Ball schools the world on Al Gore's frenetic claims about loopy and wavy jet streams: alas, it is Gore himself who is loopy.
As it moved inland over Georgia on track to hammer some parts of South and North Carolina that haven't yet recovered from Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Michael was downgraded to a tropical storm Wednesday night. It's expected to exit the Continent on
Hours after making landfall--and making history--as one of the most powerful U.S. hurricanes on record, Hurricane Michael was still a serious threat as it moved across southen Georgia on Wednesday night. As of 8 pm EDT, Michael was about 20 miles s
Hurricane Michael strengthened to Cat 4 and nears Cat 5. Strongest storm ever on the Panhandle.
Update (9 am ET): Hurricane Michael continued to strengthen Wednesday morning, as the Category 4 storm's wind speed increased to 145 mph. The storm is now poised to be the strongest to hit the US in 14 years, boasting a life threatening storm surge a
Just hours away from an expected Wednesday afternoon landfall, Hurricane Michael became ever stronger and more organized on Tuesday night over the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Michael's high winds, torrential rain, and very large storm surge were pushin
The average global temperature is…impossible to measure and harder to calculate than you might think.
Storm In A Decade...In a repeat of the scramble for safety that preceded the landfall of Hurricane Irma during the 2017 storm season, residents of the Florida panhandle are boarding up homes and fleeing inland as Hurricane Michael, already a Categor
Update from Reuters: MICHAEL BECOMES A HURRICANE AND CONTINUED STRENGTHENING EXPECTED, HEAVY RAINFALL AND STRONG WINDS SPREADING ACROSS WESTERN CUBA, RISK OF LIFE-THREATENING STORM SURGE, HEAVY RAINFALL, AND DANGEROUS WINDS INCREASING FOR THE NORT
The ground in the desert southwest is relatively impermeable; heavy rain tends to run off rather than soak into the ground like it would in wetter parts of the country. This excess runoff makes even a relatively small amount of rain a significant flo
Every aspect of our weather is being altered and manipulated by geoengineering programs, including hurricanes / cyclones. Radio frequency / microwave transmission installations have been and are a core component of the ongoing global climate engineer