Saturday, November 27, 2010

Earthquakes, Typhoons and Tornadoes, Oh My!

First, let me say that I don't believe the global warming farce. I do, however, observe that strange weather patterns and phenomena are occurring with more frequency and force over the last few years, and this year in particular has been a hotbed of earthquake and tornado activity, as well as other troubling weather and dangerous bacteria developments.

Polar icecaps are melting, the strongest typhoon ever recorded has hit the Philippines, the Great Barrier Reef is dying, the ocean pH is changing, the super dangerous MRSA staph bacteria is lurking on our beaches, many U.S. states are experiencing drought conditions, the earth is rumbling across the globe with earthquakes big and small, and manmade disasters like the BP oil spill, dangerous food contamination in the industrial food chain and dangerous products in the medical consumer supply chain have become disturbingly commonplace.

What does it all mean? What is the truth about these occurrences? Is it in the Bible code? These are all questions to be answered by you, the individual, and not by the talking heads. What I do know is that we all need to be asking the questions, probing for the answers, and not blindly listening and following Nation leaders and scientists down the Global Warming road to carbon taxes. Are we in the time of calling good evil, and evil good? Have we traded thought, reason and understanding for football, fast food and the mall?

Have we any Blaise Pascals, Rudyard Kiplings, Great Philosophers, Astronomers or Astrophysicists anymore among us?

Will you be simply a reed that gets bent and pushed by the winds of a Global Agenda, or will you be a thinking human that seeks out truth and rejects propaganda and false news? It's a jungle out there, and we are on a rocky path. If we keep our heads and use our brains, we might avoid being eaten by tigers.

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