Record Year Tornado Low for 2013, Extreme Weather Not So Extreme

Some of the global warmists have taken hold of any hurricane or tornado to label as extreme weather in order to keep their alarmism going. The lull in global warming temperatures showing more signs of a global cooling have caused these alarmists to coin a new alarmism term known as “extreme weather”.

I have heard the term “extreme weather” used along side CO2 emission pollution multiple times in the news media and it is simply another way to get people to believe in this made up crisis.

In fact anytime there is a tornado, hurricane, and similar catastrophic weather it always get’s blamed on man-made CO2 emissions.

In the middle of being told by these climate alarmists that global warming is causing an increase in tornadoes a funny thing is happening…..We are actually in the middle of a tornado drought.

The tornadoes in the world are at record low numbers. In America we usually have around 1200 tornadoes a year but in 2013 there are only 716 tornadoes to report of.

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This map of America shows the tornado disbursement throughout the country:

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As of today we are around 200 shy of the number of tornadoes we typically see in the U.S. You will even find that last year was also an insignificant number of tornadoes.

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When you observe the historical data of these tornadoes you will see that 2013 is well below the historical minimum which has allowed a new minimum record to be set in the 60 years the tornado database has been in existence.

The peak tornado season is over for the year as it usually happens in the Spring. Considering the springtime warm and cold air mass collisions are all but over for the year in the U.S. there is a very unlikely chance there will be any kind of rebound to get these numbers up for the global alarmists that desperately need something to blame on CO2.

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In summary, the CO2 global warming tax on Texas coal and fossil fuel power is a regulation designed to regulate all coal power to oblivion. The carbon credit schemes in legislation are further taxes designed to hit the consumer even harder.

ObamaAir legislation is currently being pushed by the administration and is working it’s way into the real world. We have to fight back against this or we can expect the 300 % increase in electricity prices that Germany has seen compared to the electricity prices we pay now.

In Australia where their government implemented a carbon tax they immediately saw an overnight doubling of their electricity rates. We have ample evidence of just how bad a CO2 tax is for the consumer and it is more than obvious that the global warmists are giving us propaganda and not actual science regarding CO2 emissions and their supposed ability at warming the planet and causing “extreme weather”.

Don’t believe these religious mother earth zealots for a minute…there are many cult like followers who genuinely believe CO2 is destroying the planet but many scientists disagree with this political circus.

Sources: NOAA Storm Prediction Center

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/climo/online/monthly/newm.html

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/wcm/

2013 is a record low year for U.S. tornadoes

Tips for Conserving Electricity in Lewisville, Texas

lewisville texas electricity pricesLiving in Lewisville, Texas means dealing with those sweltering Texas summers. The Public Utility Commission of Texas has even been known to issue power watches. Power watches are issued during peak times of usage. Hot Texas summers mean people use their air conditioners more than usual. During these times of increased electric usage, following a few tips for conserving electricity will help you do your part to save energy and prevent electric shortages in Lewisville, Texas.

  • Set your thermostat to 78 degrees when you are home and 85 degrees when you are gone. These temperatures might seem extreme, especially in 110-degree weather, but if you use a fan while you are home, you will stay comfortable. When you are not home, there is no reason to waste cool air. By closing your drapes, you can still come home to a comfortable house while conserving energy.
  • Do not use your large appliances during times of power watches. Avoid doing laundry or running the dishwasher. Cook your foods in the microwave and save the oven for later. Even keeping your refrigerator and freezer closed unless necessary can help conserve energy.
  • Turn off lights and appliances that you are not actively using. If you are not in the bedroom, turn off the light. If you are not using your computer, shut it down. If everyone is watching one television, turn any other televisions off.

To save even more money, use our comparison chart to find cheaper electric rates. Our chart makes it easy to compare the rates of service providers in Lewisville, Texas. While you are busy conserving energy, you can lower your electric bill even more by switching service providers. Take a few minutes and let our handy comparison chart “show you the money”!

Reasons When Your Electric Service Cannot be Disconnected in Corpus Christi, Texas

corpus christi tx electricity ratesIt is important to remember your rights when faced with a possible electric service disconnection. Corpus Christi, Texas electric providers have guidelines regulating when they can and cannot interrupt your electric service. Knowing these rules can help you prevent an unfounded disconnection of your service.

 

 

Your electric cannot be shut off during the following situations:

 

  • An outstanding bill by the previous occupant of your home, as long as that person does not live in your household
  • Not paying charges that are not a part of your electric bill
  • Not paying disputed charges
  • An energy assistance program has notified your Corpus Christi that they will be paying your bill.
  • Extreme weather emergency
  • Medical need of a serious nature, as long as you have provided a doctor’s note
  • Not paying under-billed charges that took place for longer than six months

Knowing when your electric provider cannot disconnect your service may prove useful during times of hardship. It is also important that you remember that other providers are available. If you simply use our comparison chart, you can compare the rates of Corpus Christi area providers. Since the electric rates vary from provider to provider, you might find rates that are much lower than the rates your current provider offers.

Our comparison chart makes it easy to see, at a glance, the different providers and their rates. Instead of paying too much for your electric service, use our chart to ensure that you always get the best rate. It is free to compare rates and you could end up saving more money than you think.

Call an energy consultant to learn more about your electric choices in Corpus Christi Texas at 1-800-971-4020

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