Hollywood Warned: U.S. Unprepared for Affects of Global Warming

posted by Shopping4Bargains @ 2:00 AM
January 30, 2014

Freezing-temperatures-2014      Perhaps officials in politically divided Atlanta and Georgia didn’t want to believe that streets and highways would turn into miles of ceaseless ice; that three inches of icy snow would shut down commercial, educational, and transportation services, etc.––because few considered that Dennis Quad’s movie, ‘Day After Tomorrow’ may be a true depiction of the winters Global Warming can bring.

In his lines, Quad’s fictional character kept repeating Global Warming, but no one believes him––not the government, not fellow scientists, and not even movie watchers.  It was after all just fiction, wasn’t it?  But this year’s Polar Vortex storms dispute the skepticism of those non-believers.

With explicit photographs shown here, in ‘Definitive Proof That The Polar Vortex Is “The Day After Tomorrow,” Christina Coleman of globalgrind.com  asks:
“So remember that 2004 film called The Day After Tomorrow? The one where Dennis Quaid, aka paleoclimatologist Jack Hall, goes on a cross-country trip to save his son . . . from a storm that throws the world into a new Ice Age?

“Well . . . polar vortex anyone?   I mean meteorologists are warning that exposed human flesh will freeze in a matter of seconds––[stuff] is getting real. . . these negative 40 temperatures are clearly an indication . . . that the weather phenomenons that occur in the movie are happening now.”

Hmmm.  Most American politicians don’t want to believe things are that bad, although in this new year they are using the term Global Warming more than ever.  Certainly Georgia, Florida, Alabama, etc., didn’t believe such cold weather would touch them.  But now it is no longer a matter of ‘belief.’

Shamefully, the same scientists who claim the worse of Global Warming is 40 or 50 years away, or who are paid by corporations to constantly deny that such Climate Change even exists––they deny the movie is a true predictor as well.

Even after climatesight.org writes to disprove Quad’s film in ‘The Day After Tomorrow: A Scientific Critique,’ The-Day-After-Tomorrow-2they have to admit that much of what the film claims is legitimate:  “Jack [Quad’s character] describe[s] this ancient climate shift. As the world was coming out of the last glacial period . .  melting ice sheets added so much freshwater to the Atlantic Ocean that certain ocean currents shut down.”

Can anyone deny that melting glaciers now quickly raise ocean levels? “Jack’s portrayal of the event is surprisingly accurate: a sudden change in climate did occur around ten thousand years ago, and was most likely caused by the mechanisms he describes. To scientists, it is known as the Younger Dryas.”

Younger Dryas––named for a flower preserved in the ice––lasted for thousands of years. Climatesight at best gives weak denials about Quad’s movie:  “Jack’s statements regarding the plausibility of an imminent Gulf Stream shutdown due to global warming fly in the face of current scientific understanding. However, a complete shutdown of the Gulf Stream is extremely unlikely within this century.”

That’s not much reassurance for much of the world that is either hit by this frantically freezing Polar Vortex or sweltering in 100º plus degree heat.  Surely, as one wholesale Christian sweatshirt espouses:  “I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men (1 Timothy 2: 1).”  Indeed it is time to pray for all of us in this world!

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