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Is the weatherperson lying?

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cartoon-bomb Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012

This set of documents from 1966 reveals a network of government agencies in perpetual and secret collaboration , working with the military to Geoengineer the climate. Created as an agenda of the elitist National Academy of Sciences – decades of an inter-agency culture of secrecy explains why the issue of covert aerosol Geoengineering is a taboo topic to be degraded to the status of “conspiracy theory” by every government agency in this web of complicit bureaucrats at every opportunity. This is why your local TV “meteorologist” will rarely make a helpful comment about an unusual sky filled with persistent jet trails.

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Do meteorologists lie to us or are they just ill informed?

Being cute and super perky are the only qualifications you need to be a TV weatherperson -- Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
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yangosplat Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
VeteransToday.com is a extremsit anti-Zionist site. Of course everything on their website - especially about science - is and should be called into question.

Climate modification is not a secret military technology. It is absolutely public - there are probably tens if not hundreds of documentaries about the technology. The National Academy of Sciences is not "elitist" in any way. This is being treated like a conspiracy theory because that's exactly what it is.
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Rizhnir Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
We should do to weatherpeople what Italy did to the scientist that "failed" to predict an earthquake -- chuck 'em in jail every time they get it wrong.

That'll learn 'em good.
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SherbertTCat Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Meteorologists make educated guesses based on the scientific data available to them.
An educated guess turning out wrong, isn't the same thing as a lie.
A lie is when you say something that you know isn't true.
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ScottaHemi Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
even the most sophisticated super computers in existence can't properly predict the weather. for the weathermen and women on TV it's more of an educated guess. that's why they're always off.
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ZCochrane Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Student Photographer
Some weather people are lying. For example, they will never report a 50% chance of rain; they'll report either 40% or 60%, since nobody would believe exactly 50%. Likewise, in case of doubt, they'll rather predict rain over no rain, since people are happy if they expected rain and there is none, but they're upset if they expected no rain and it does start to rain. There is a great article by Nate Silver about this: [link]

However: All that geoengineering stuff, chemtrails and what not, that is just plain madness. These things do not exist in reality, only in conspiracy theories.
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divine--apathia Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Eh, All the storms this season has been predicted. :shrug:
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Knightster Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Forecast is essentially a flip of a coin. They don't lie. They don't know the weather to begin with.
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AbCat Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012   Writer
Don't worry. I can tell you with absolute authority that there will be hot hail where you are today.
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Depends where you're from, the US has terrible TV news but fairly good papers, the UK has terrible papers but the TV news is alright.
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KyteGlory Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Lolconspiracy theory.
Seriously, though, weatherpeople do lie. But it's not meteorologists lying. It's the weather reporters. They get fairly reliable reports from meteorologists, but if there's even a twenty percent chance of bad weather, that's the side they'll err to, because people are a lot less likely to be cross with them if they expected foul weather and got better than if they expected good weather and got worse.
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