Now I'm not a scientist but I think the answer is quite easy to figure out. It's God in the form of nature doing what it does best. Despite the best efforts of man, nature is doing its own thing, being unpredictable.
Today is September 6th and we're only four days away from what is said to be the busiest day of the hurricane season, yet here in the United States it has been very quiet. Oh, we've had some major and even deadly thunderstorms and here in the Deep South we've had massive amounts of rain, but the hurricanes just haven't been here yet. Will they come in the last few months of the season nobody really knows, but for the Global Warming crowd, of which the Weather Channel is a major component, the lack of big storms to validate their politically-driven theories creates a big problem.
And I've noticed another problem with their approach which, while once again not scientific, is based upon my observation. It appears that their weather forecasts are becoming less accurate as opposed to more so. One would think that modern technology would make them more accurate, but it seems to me that getting a good read on what will happen tomorrow is less likely than before.
Could it be because of their bias and steps taken by NOAA and other government entities to sway public opinion? After all, the UN global warming push has come up very short, the uncovering of biased scientific reports and even the doctoring of data gathering points to slant the results has been found. Most of us have heard stories of weather reporting stations being changed to lessen data gathering in rural (i.e. cooler) locations by closing some of them while adding others in such places as hot building rooftops in the sun in urban areas. We've also heard the dire reports about polar bears facing extinction when the facts show their number are quite healthy, even growing. And this year northern Alaska has had an extremely cold summer. Ask an Eskimo from Nome and he'll tell you.
And there are also professional weather prognosticators in large numbers who decry the Global Warming crowd. Men such as Dr. Spencer at the University of Alabama Huntsville and the always reliable Joe Bastardi continue to be much more accurate in their reports while they also tell the truth. Amazing what the truth and real analysis of facts provides.
So Americans, and particularly those of you like me who reside in the Southeast, be aware that the hurricane season still has a long way to go. But don't get in a panic when the Weather Channel reports a tropical depression has formed thousand of miles away. Stay alert and watch it to see where it heads but remember, any group which can't be accurate about tomorrow is probably not the best to put you into a panic. In reality, they are the ones in a panic from their attempts to provide a political interpretation to things that only God can control. Be prepared, have a supply on non-perishable food and water on hand just in case, but continue to go about your lives knowing that whatever happens will be His will, not that of man.
Have a wonderful day on God's beautiful and always unpredictable earth.