“to use conscious deception while retaining the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.”

“Doublethink lies at the very heart of Ingsoc, since the essential act of the Party is to use conscious deception while retaining the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.”

George Orwell, from “1984

 

 

August 7, 2017 – Rainless in Seattle: City has longest streak on record without rain – Seattle, the city known for its gray, rainy skies, hasn’t seen a drop in 51 days.

January 3, 2018 – Seattle just finished its wettest four years on record – Curbed Seattle

 

 

January 2, 2017 – Snow in Florida? Maybe We Can Thank Global Warming.

January 2, 2018 – Warmists Wheel Out “Record Cold Due To Global Warming” Argument

January 5, 2018 – Hard to Believe Now, But 2017 Was Sixth-Warmest Year on Record

 

 

 

 

The two sets of quotes immediately above show that the folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including rainfall and temperature.

It’s January, 2018, and the Great Artificial Drought has been broken by the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices in the vicinity of the weather warfare infrastructure many still mistakenly presume only carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data.

Since that statement directly refutes the propaganda coming out of literally every mainstream media outlet on Earth, I’ve appended numerous examples from the past year below to support it.

You’ll see how the same formulaic techniques are used across the globe in a, yes, Conspiratorial effort to blunt and defray awareness of the epochal positive changes underway at every level of our reality at this time.

One of the quotes featured above reads “Hard to Believe Now, But 2017 Was Sixth-Warmest Year on Record.

They’re showing some weakness, there, in that they’re allowing that their propaganda is a stretch, is “hard to believe.”

While an article below, from March of last year, from Jackson Hole, Wyoming states “As for temperature, it may not seem like it recently, but winter 2016-17 was colder than normal, overall.”

Well, how is that possible, given that we’re supposed to be in the two back to back hottest years in the history of planet Earth?

To maintain current programming levels, narrow eyes and bitterly affirm “yeah, but that’s THERE.”

All of the propaganda vehicles are breaking down, now.

Over and over again, below, you’ll see how the percentages between old records and new are omitted, obfuscated, covered up.

Do you think gymnastic lies and clever obfuscation is going to hold back the tide of positive change sweeping the globe? I personally don’t.

I’ve got my own analysis below many of the stories I’ve featured, it’s in parentheses. As always, you’ll need to use your personal discernment to come to your own conclusions on the matter.

 

 

 

January 10, 2017 – Why Record Precipitation May Not Be a Cure-All for California

 

March 15, 2017 – Jackson Hole, WY – First, I will summarize and compare snowfall and water in the mountains. Then I will summarize snow, water and temperatures for this winter in the town of Jackson.

At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort the total snowfall received at the 9,580-foot elevation in Rendezvous Bowl from December 1, 2016, through February 28, 2017, was 390 inches. That is over 32 feet of snowfall over those three months.

The Rendezvous Bowl weather site has the longest continuous record of snowfall on the upper mountain, and the record snowfall at that site for December through February is 417 inches, or almost 35 feet of snowfall. That was during the winter of 1996-97. The winter of 2016-17 is now the second-snowiest “winter season” on the mountain, in its 40-some years of weather records. All other winters are a distant third.

At the end of the meteorological winter this year, the settled snow depth in Rendezvous Bowl was at 151 inches, making this the deepest winter ever.

Note: In early March, Rendezvous Bowl’s snow depth reached 158 inches. That beat the old deepest snow depth record of 157 inches, which occurred in late March 1997.

(Here, they give you the new “deepest snow depth” record, but carefully withhold any information on the old. Instead, they charge off on a discussion of the “settled snow” record, where the new record is just an inch more than the old. They quick turned your attention to a different subject, to take the focus away from “settled snow” record, which is doubtless a greater margin than the one inch of the “deepest snow depth record.” – ed)

At the end of February 2017, water content of the snowpack, measured at the Phillips Bench Snotel site at the 8,200-foot elevation near Teton Pass, was at 157 percent of the median. The snowpack there contained 31 inches of water, compared with an average for the end of February of 21.8 inches, or almost 10 inches more than normal.

(Here the author provides the numbers, but carefully hedges by omitting the percentage increase between the two, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: both the “global warming” and “drought” propaganda platforms. So I had to do the math. It’s 42% above the average. “Almost 10 inches more than normal” hedges against the harder “almost a foot more than normal.”  – ed)

By the way, at the end of February 1997, Phillips Bench had 37 inches of water, 6 inches more than February 2017.

Snow and water numbers in the mountains might be mind-blowing, but what happened in town this winter was nothing short of being one of the wildest weather winters on record. Snow, rain, cold, warm ... we had it all. And we had it over and over and over again.

(This is a baldfaced lie, with “warm” thrown into support the “Global Warming” propaganda. We know it’s a lie because, later in the article, that this winter is unique among all the other big ones from the past because “This winter, we never hit 40 degrees in December or January, and the winter’s highest temperature was 44 degrees on Feb. 16, 2017.” – ed)

This winter stacks up with some of the snowiest. Rain events in February were the only thing that kept us from blowing away the all-time record snowfall winter. This winter 90 inches of snowfall was measured at the Jackson Climate Station. That is 40 inches more than the long-term average, 50 inches, for December through February.

(Here the author provides the numbers, but carefully hedges by omitting the percentage increase between the two, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: both the “global warming” and “drought” propaganda platforms. So I had to do the math. It’s 80% above the average. – ed)

That ranks winter 2016-17 as the third-snowiest winter season on record in town. The winter of 2008-09 holds second place with 98.5 inches, and the winter of 1968-69 still has the all-time record of 114 inches of snowfall.

Water-wise: During the three months of the winter season 2016-17 Jackson had an astonishing 11.85 inches of precipitation, almost a foot of precipitation. That completely washed away the previous record from the wettest winter ever in Jackson. The old record was 9.28 inches of water from the winter of 1964-65.

(Here the author provides the old and new records, but carefully hedges by omitting the percentage increase between the two, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: both the “global warming” and “drought” propaganda platforms. So I had to do the math. It’s 28% above the old record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)

February 2017 accounted for almost half of this winter’s total precipitation, with 5.75 inches. That is five times the average for February of 1.14 inches and more than double the previous record precipitation of 2.83 inches for February, set back in 1962.

(That’s Where “more than double” is less-exact, softer than “404% above average” and “148% above the old record.” Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.  – ed)

As for temperature, it may not seem like it recently, but winter 2016-17 was colder than normal, overall.

(Where “colder than normal, overall” hedges against the stronger “colder than normal”. – ed)

December was quite cold, with a mean temperature — the average of high and low temperatures — that was 6 degrees lower than normal. January was even colder; with a mean temperature that was 11 degrees below the long-term average. February made up for some of that temperature deficit, coming in almost 7 degrees above normal.

Comparing temperatures from that other wet winter of 1964-65 with this winter, the biggest difference was that 1964-65 was warm all three months. It rained in December 1964, with high temperatures in the lower 40s. It rained in January 1965, with highs also in the lower 40s. It rained in February 1965, and high temperatures reached 50 degrees on Feb. 4, 1965.

This winter, we never hit 40 degrees in December or January, and the winter’s highest temperature was 44 degrees on Feb. 16, 2017.

(Once again, should be impossible in the midst of the two hottest years in the history of planet Earth. – ed)

Bottom line: For the meteorological winter the mountain snowpack was the deepest ever; snowfall and water amounts were second only to the winter of 1996-97. The town of Jackson had more snow during the winters of 2008-09 and 1968-69, but broke the record for total precipitation this winter season.

(Tells you it was the deepest ever, but won’t give you the numbers, or by how much the new records beat the old. Deliberate obfuscation.  – ed)

 

March 31, 2017 – Minnesota Annual Precipitation Record Broken

Waseca, in south central Minnesota, set the official state annual precipitation record, coming in with the highest annual precipitation total for a National Weather Service Cooperative Observation site.

Waseca finished 2016 with a total of 56.24 inches, 63% of which fell between July and September, punctuated by over 10 inches of rain in two days near the end of that period.

The old statewide annual record was 53.52 inches of precipitation at St. Francis in Anoka County in 1991.

(Here the author provides the old and new records, but carefully hedges by omitting the percentage increase between the two, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: both the “global warming” and “drought” propaganda platforms. So I had to do the math. It’s 5% above the old record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)

 

July 24, 2017 – Met Office warns Britain is heading for ‘unprecedented’ winter rainfall

Britain is heading for “unprecedented” winter rainfall after the Met Office’s new super computer predicted records will be broken by up to 30 per cent.

Hey, the use of a percentage! Did you notice that it’s smaller, much smaller, than many of the percentages we’ve added up so far in this thread? That’s because, when they do list percentages, they spin them in the direction of the propaganda, what is euphemistically called these days “fake news“. – ed)

 

August 7, 2017 – Rainless in Seattle: City has longest streak on record without rain

Seattle, the city known for its gray, rainy skies, hasn’t seen a drop in 51 days. On Monday, it tied its longest rain-free streak on record and then, Tuesday, will most likely surpass it.
October 10, 2017 – Fairbanks, Alaska – Tuesday’s deluge set precipitation record in Fairbanks

Tuesday was the rainiest 24 hours for an October day in Fairbanks recorded weather history, according to a tweet from the National Weather Service. Fairbanks broke the October 24-hour precipitation record of 1.17 inches at noon, with half the day remaining.

As of 4 p.m., 1.34 inches of precipitation had fallen and it was still raining.

(Deliberately written at Noon, so they wouldn’t have to give you the full number, under the false guise of “rushing to press.” – ed)

 

October 31, 2017 – Friday snow, rain brings record precipitation

Ironwood – The 8 inches of snow that fell when rain turned into snow on Friday set an Oct. 28 record for Ironwood, according to the National Weather Service office in Marquette.

The snow was recorded at the Gogebic-Iron Wastewater Treatment Plant on the Montreal River off Cloverland Drive for the 24-hour period ending at 7 a.m. on Saturday.

(So, what was the record? Deliberately withheld as part of a larger pattern of obfuscation and, yes, Conspiracy. – ed)

Another 2 inches fell for the 24-hour period to 7 a.m. Sunday, making the weekend’s snowfall 10 inches.

About half of Friday’s wet stuff fell as rain and the precipitation total of 1.63 inches for the period also set a single-day record.

(So, what was the single-day record? Deliberately withheld as part of a larger pattern of obfuscation and, yes, Conspiracy. – ed)

Precipitation for October now stands at 5.59 inches, compared to the 116-year average of 3.67 inches.

(Here the author provides the numbers, but carefully hedges by omitting the percentage increase between the two, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: both the “global warming” and “drought” propaganda platforms. So I had to do the math. It’s 52% above the average. – ed)

The monthly record snowfall through Oct. 30 is the 26.7 inches that was measured in 1967, according to the NWS.

 

2018 – Duluth, Montana – A total of 5.03 inches of precipitation was recorded for season, which was 2.05 inches above the normal of 2.98 inches. This made it the 13th wettest winter season on record for Duluth. 50.9 inches of snow fell through the season, which was 1.4 inches above the normal of 49.5 inches.

(Here the author provides the [precipitation numbers, but carefully hedges by omitting the percentage increase between the two, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: both the “global warming” and “drought” propaganda platforms. So I had to do the math. It’s 45% above average. – ed)

 

December 31, 2018 – It was a record day for snow in Billings on Friday with 8.9 inches, breaking the mark set for December 29 in 2010.

(Here the author deliberately omits the old record, withheld as part of a larger pattern of obfuscation and, yes, Conspiracy. – ed)

 

January 2, 2018 – ‘Bomb cyclone’ to blast East Coast before polar vortex uncorks

(Hilarious mil-speak verbiage describing a planet returning to balance and vitality. – ed)

 

January 2, 2018 – Warmists Wheel Out “Record Cold Due To Global Warming” Argument

 

January 2, 2017 – Snow in Florida? Maybe We Can Thank Global Warming. – Mother Jones

(The good news, here, is that “maybe” floats it as a trial balloon. They’ve lost their “greatest drought in 11,000 years” surety, certainty, can you feel the con collapsing? – ed)

 

January 3, 2018 – Seattle just finished its wettest four years on record – Curbed Seattle

Our four-year total for 2014 through 2017 is 186.4 inches of rainfall, or an average of 46.6 inches per year. Seattle … For the 1st time in over 120 years of records Seattle had 4 years in a row with at least 44″ of rain.

 

January 5, 2018 – Reports: Record-setting blizzard buries New England in over a foot of snow, brings travel to a halt

 

January 5, 2017 – Scientists find culprits for extreme rainfall over Yangtze River in May …

In May 2016, an extreme rainfall occurred in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River Valley. The area averaged anomaly of total precipitation over the region (117°-121°E, 26°-34°N) was the third wettest on record since 1961.

(Tells you it was “extreme”, and “the third wettest” on record, but those are vague, general, hallmarks of propaganda. Any specific numbers are withheld as part of a larger pattern of obfuscation and, yes, Conspiracy. – ed)

 

January 5, 2018 – Hard to Believe Now, But 2017 Was Sixth-Warmest Year on Record

(Hey, wow, they’ve had to back down from the baldfaced “hottest year on record” assertion of just a few months ago. Can you feel the con collapsing? This is real-time play-calling on my part. Collecting it all here and commenting on it breaks the Black Magic spell of the propaganda, which has to be consumed out of context, in individual, mind-fogging bites. – ed)

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