Winter Denials: Not Polar Vortex, Not Effects of Global Warming

posted by Jael Ever @ 18:54 PM
January 8, 2015

Polar-Vortex-south    Across the country, weather experts go through verbal gymnastics to deny the effects of a Polar Vortex as unreasonably below-zero freezing temperatures grip most of the United States this week, and is expected to continue for several days.

For instance, Don Babwin decries in ‘National Weather Service: Stop Calling It A ‘Polar Vortex’:’ “The phrase [Polar Vortex] took on a life of its own last year, and it was blamed for everything from ice storms to the inability of the New York Giants to score touchdowns. But the National Weather Service is skittish about going anywhere near the phrase that starts with ‘p’ and ends with ‘x.’ ”

Michael Musher  with the National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center chides:  “We’ve been told to go around that term [i.e. Polar Vortex].” He explains the term is accurate because “. . . the cold air is coming from near the North Pole. But also no, because the low-pressure system isn’t going to sink into the U.S. this year, just the temperatures that precede it.”

Such skittishness is not just about that term, but also comes from attempts to deny that such unusually cold weather––even as much as minus 20 degrees with wind chill in even southeastern states––is the result of Global Warming.

Explications from The National Weather Service advising people for what those living in “hard freeze” areas should keep on hand––considering possibilities of power outages––include: “Flashlight and extra batteries; Battery-powered NOAA Weather Radio and portable radio to receive emergency information;

“Extra food and water such as dried fruit, nuts and granola bars, and other food requiring no cooking or refrigeration; Extra prescription medicine; Baby items such as diapers and formula;

“Emergency heat source: fireplace, wood stove, space heater, properly ventilated to prevent a fire; Fire extinguisher, smoke alarm; and Extra pet food and warm shelter for pets.” Now, why would 21st century citizens living in technologically savvy modern era need to prep are for such primitive conditions?

Of course, what such advice implies is that such arctic weather often precipitates power outages, whichUS_NEWS_WEA-WINTERSTORM_2_TB in turn suggests drastic changes will eventually be necessary in 21st century home-architecture models, including: necessary fire places or heating units not dependent on gas or electricity; large storage of foods not dependent on refrigeration; life not dependent on television, internet, radio, etc.

Whether one calls it Polar Vortex or Global Warming, the fact is that future survival demands lack of dependence upon what most Americans take for granted today, such as power lighting and heat, drivable roads, street night lights, etc.

Bible prophecies foretell that in these last days seasons would be drastically changed:  “Then was the secret revealed unto Daniel in a night vision. Then Daniel blessed the God of heaven. Daniel answered and said, Blessed be The Name of God for ever and ever: for wisdom and might are His:

“And He changeth the times and the seasons: He removeth kings, and setteth up kings: He giveth wisdom unto the wise, and knowledge to them that know understanding: He revealeth the deep and secret things: he knoweth what [is] in the darkness, and the light dwelleth with Him (Daniel 2: 19 – 22).”  In these End Times, believers must depend more on Him and less on modern conveniences!

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