I have been accused so often of nitpicking it isn’t funny. It seems that many of us post memes that other people roll their eyes after reading and say to themselves, “oh, please, are you serious?” One I saw recently, and inspired the writing of this article, you will see below
This seems like a reasonable observation to question. Why do people think we are nitpicking by pointing out that this sort of change in weather reporting is suspect? But to them (the sheep-types) it looks to be making a mountain out of a molehill. They don’t see the patterns we do. We recognize something that today looks like ABC, but tomorrow turns into XYZ. The sheep-types don’t see that. They only see the XYZ when it actually happens, and then think it basically came out of nowhere. They see no preparation for it, like we do, when that preparation is sent out as conditioning. The above example is just that, conditioning—a mental brainwashing to condition us to see something as being dangerous or threatening when it is not. And the “before” picture just proves that the condition (in this example, weather temperatures) is no different than it was several years before, but was not then presented as a problem.
The sheep-types would just say, “Come on, that is just due to more advanced imagery where they can present the map easily in different colors, you are making way too much of this!” OK, maybe. But why did they choose “hot red” when the temperatures depicted are anything but hot temperatures? (The temps are in Celsius, in Fahrenheit they range anywhere from 66° to 80°—hardly a temperature to paint the country red about).
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