If you haven’t noticed, the weather around the planet has been acting weird of late. You have a record number of tornadoes touching down in the United States, strange earthquakes in the Canary Islands and mudslides in Canada that conveniently ended pipeline protests.
Is it possible that worldwide governments have resorted to weather manipulation to serve their own agendas? Riss Flex seems to think so. To drive the point home, she cites a 2016 deluge that struck northern Australia out of nowhere, in an area that was experiencing severe drought. The Aussies were obviously happy for the much-needed moisture, but one family noticed something odd–in addition to the raindrops, it was raining live fish!
What the hell is going on? Perhaps another example of manipulation? Here’s Flex with more.
Rep. Pail Gosar, R-Ariz., puts on a clinic on how to deal with the kid fookers at CNN. The days of quaintly asking these perverts to stop molesting children are over. Now, it’s time to start raking these deviants over the coals, and taking to task any of the Leftists who keep defending this scum. American society will continue to degrade if we are silent. Let the salt flow…More from The salty Cracker.
To show just how biased CNN has become, Anderson Cooper flew down to Mayfield, Kentucky to introduce a recent newscast. But he barely glazed over the tornado-struck town before beginning another harangue against the Republican intruders who stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6th. Cooper, obviously, has no shame! More from Mark Dice.
Noel Scovell, a former writer and producer for The Muppets, gets SLAMMED after saying Kentucky deserved tornado disaster. This comes after Kentucky experienced its worst tornadoes in 130 years, decimating the town of Mayfield. Joe Biden blamed climate change. Meanwhile, Democrats get roasted. More from Mr. Obvious.
Of course, why blame Mother Nature? The federal government has created weather tampering techniques, and might well be stirring up its own tornadoes to push climate change.
Don’t believe us? Listen to this clip from C-Span as the U.S. Senate conducted hearings in 1995 on weather modification. The questioner is Herbert Kohl, former U. S. senator from the state of Wisconsin.
Love it or not, wind is a two-faced force of nature. While we welcome the pleasure of a cool breeze, or even strong gust, we tremble at the thought of gales, tornadoes and hurricanes. What is wind? Hank Green of SciShow answers in one simple sentence. “Wind is caused by air flowing from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure,” he says. “The closer the high and low pressures are to each other, the stronger the wind.” Tune in as Green gets a bit more technical in this edition of SciShow.
As those living in America’s heartland have long known, tornadoes are not a force to be reckoned with, or are they? D-News looks at whether drastic measures actually could stop a killer tornado in its tracks.
10 Design presents its concept for a tornado-proof home. The Kevlar-skinned dwelling is supported by hydraulic lifts, allowing the structure to be lowered into an underground hangar at any sign of a tornado. Think of a turtle, which can pull its head back within a protective shell whenever danger arises. 10 Design is an international architectural firm, headquartered in Hong Kong, with offices in Denver, Edinburgh and Shanghai. H/T de zeen