“I am a practitioner of the science of deduction, of using the known facts in a case to unveil the unknown.”

“I am a practitioner of the science of deduction, of using the known facts in a case to unveil the unknown.”

Sherlock Holmes, from “Sherlock Holmes and the Whitechapel Murders”, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1888

 

 

 

 

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 that many still mistakenly presume only carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data.

Since that statement directly refutes our State Religion’s “drought” and “global warming” propaganda platforms, I”ve appended four recent examples of record setting snowfalls below to support it.

In two of those examples, the new snowfall records are 30% and 72% above the previous records. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. In both cases, only the numbers were presented…in both cases the authors carefully hedged by omitting the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: drough propaganda, as well as the “hottest year in the history of the planet” scam, and all. So I had to do the math.

In the third article, the new record is recorded only inexactly, and the old record is completely unmentioned.

I had to do more research to find that the increase was six percent above the previous record, set in the early 1930’s. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

Four examples should be enough to prove a point, but I’ve been recording this sort of information for four straight years, now, so that, in the future, entire books might easily be compiled on the various subjects under discussion, here, and that that readers of those books might be easily able to see the pattern of obfuscation and conspiracy documented in them down through time.

 

 

 

 

March 13, 2017 – A record-setting snowfall that left up to a foot and a half of snow on parts of the Milwaukee area finally ended early Tuesday morning and is suspected of contributing to the deaths of four men in Milwaukee County.

A total of 8.7 inches of snow was recorded at Mitchell International Airport, smashing the previous record for March 13 of 6.7 inches set in 1972, according to the National Weather Service in Sullivan.

(In this news account, you can see how they provided the numbers for the old and new records, but carefully hedged by omitting the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: drought propaganda, as well as the “hottest year in the history of the planet” scam, and all. So I had to do the math. 6.7 to 8.7 inches is a 30% increase. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. I would also note that this percentage increase is nearly identical to the 32% increase in Erie, PA’s two-day snowfall record detailed in the post preceding this one. Lastly, please note that the author of the article used a vague term “smashing” to describe the increase, vs. a specific one, “a 30% increase. Vagueness is a hallmark of propaganda – ed)

 

October 3, 2017 – First Blizzard of the Season Breaks October Snow Record in Havre, Montana; Up to 30 Inches Reported

Havre, Montana, had seen 13 inches of heavy, wet snow as of late Tuesday afternoon, which set a new record for heaviest two-day October snowfall total at the Havre City-County Airport. The previous two-day October record was 12.6 inches, which was set in 1898. Due to power outages, further investigation will be needed to determine if any daily records were broken in Havre.

(Here you can see two ruses, one, that they “rushed to press”, and, two, that “power outages” caused them to be unable to know the actual number. But what they were actually doing was giving you the snow total before it reached it’s maximum, so you wouldn’t grasp how big the new record was compared to the old.  – ed)

October 3, 2017 – Record-breaking snowstorm hits Rockies, heaviest October snow in Montana since 1914

Havre, Montana experienced what was effectively a blizzard and recorded 37.6 cm (14.8 inches) of snow as of late Monday night, NWS Great Falls said. “However, with the power out, we’ll need some time to verify the record.” All of Havre was without power, Hill County sheriff said, with numerous trees and power lines down.

If the record is verified, this will be not only a daily record but a monthly, NWS said. “The current October record high snow is 21.8 cm (8.6 inches) set on October 4, 1914.”

Public Information Statement issued by NWS Great Falls at 10:51 MDT, Tuesday, October 3, 2017, says storm total snowfall for Havre from Monday through Tuesday morning is 39.4 cm (15.5 inches).

(This storm broke the monthly record in one day. Here, the “power outage” ruse is again used. You’ll note that the number has climbed from “13 inches” in the first article featured above, to “14.8 inches” here. You can see how they provided the numbers for the old and new records, but carefully hedged by omitting the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: drought propaganda, as well as the “hottest year in the history of the planet” scam, and all. So I had to do the math. 8.6 inches to 14.8 inches is 72% above the previous record, set over a hundred years ago. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)

 

October 27, 2017 – Show of force: Storm drops record snow, causes havoc along Lake Superior shore

The first winter storm of 2017-18 came in a fury Friday — causing mayhem for municipalities and travelers across the Northland and dousing a warm fall in a coat of snow and slush.

Lake Superior waves caused major damage to the Duluth Lakewalk and Brighton Beach, causing city officials to close large parts of those popular recreation areas until further notice. The waves — pushed by wind gusts in excess of 60 mph, and coming on top of already-high lake levels — caused flooding in Canal Park, on Park Point, on Madeline Island and near Ashland, among other areas.

The snow totaled more than 10 inches at the Duluth International Airport — a new daily record for the city in October. Rain quickly changed over to snow during the Friday morning commute in downtown Duluth, causing havoc for drivers trying to navigate the avenues.

(“Dousing a warm fall” throws in the global warming propaganda, and the most snow in history for the date is described as a “coat“, which implies thinness. This story hedges by giving you a vague “more than ten inches”, vs. a specific number, and provides no data whatsoever on the previous record. Vagueness vs. specificity is a hallmark of propaganda. “Show of force” in the headline and similar verbiage in much of the rest of the article uses a militaristic jargon to cast the return of the planet to balance in a negative, fear-inducing fashion – ed)

 

October 27, 2017 – The first Winter Storm of the 2017/18 season has arrived!

Duluth accumulated 10.6 inches of snow on Friday, making it the snowiest October day on record! The previous record was 10 inches on Oct. 23, 1933.

(The headline is completely neutral – says the snow has arrived, but carefully omits the fact that it’s the most, ever, in history, for the date. And you can see how they provided the numbers for the old and new records, but carefully hedged by omitting the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: drought propaganda, as well as the “hottest year in the history of the planet” scam, and all. So I had to do the math. 10 to 10.6 inches inches is 6% above the previous record, set in the early 1930’s. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins – ed)

 

 

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