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While many are concerned with global warming you should get ready for global cooling. This winter of 2008 and 2009 will be particularly challenging. Two-thirds of the U.S. will experience a numbing cold winter. This will be in the upper Mid-West, the Great Lakes areas and in New England. The rest of the country will have a normal winter (NEWS proof) with the exception of Texas, which will experience more snow than usual. Are you ready for snow in Texas? The Southwest will see more rain in November and December, while the Southeast and (NEWS proof) Mid-Atlantic will see more rain after the first of the year.
Atlantic will see more rain after the first of the year. Where it is usually rainy the Pacific Northwest will be drier this winter and California’s coast will be wetter. Europe will see above average temperatures this winter although it will be very wet. Eastern Europe will have three weeks of very frigid weather in February. The Mediterranean areas will experience a mild winter. So, if you are traveling in Europe and the Mediterranean areas take your umbrella and if you are traveling in the Mid-West and New England bring your snow shovel.
QUESTION: What earth changes can the world expect this winter?
ANSWER: What will be noticeable this winter is although there will be more frigid temperatures, there won’t be as much snow as last year, especially in New England. It will be remembered as the winter of broken pipes. Although it is not noticeable to mankind, Earth is changing in many ways. These changes occur over time and their affects are not immediately noticeable. One thing that is happening is that the earth is spinning faster. What happens when a sphere spins faster is that it bulges in the middle and flattens at both poles. By bulging in the middle this will cause it to become warmer near the Equator. The flattening of the Polar Regions means that some land masses that were submerged under water will appear. This is a process that has been taking place for hundreds of years. Regionally you will not see big changes in your weather patterns, but the Caribbean and countries near the equator will notice it getting hotter.
QUESTION: How will the speeding up of the planet affect habitat?
ANSWER: With the equator areas getting warmer there will not be much change as these areas are always closest to the sun and experience the same type of weather year round. It will only get a few degrees warmer on the average. The flattening polar areas will get a little colder counter-balancing global warming.
QUESTION: What about earthquake activity this winter?
ANSWER: We have already predicted an earthquake for Columbia. There has been increased seismic activity in the Pacific Northwest and it will continue. The earth is stretching and expanding in areas where there has been much rainfall. The seismic activity is always occurring. It just gets noticed when it is a concentrated incident. India will also have an earthquake in the northern part of the country.
QUESTION: What about the recent discovery of snow on Mars?
ANSWER: What about the recent discovery of snow on Mars?
QUESTION: What happened to intelligent life on Mars?
ANSWER: What is happening to intelligent life on Earth? You find it hard to believe that there was once a thriving civilization on Mars, yet you seem to believe in Martians.