The Gulfstream Generates A Tornado Alley!

There is only one ocean not separate oceanic regions of water.
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LEXINGTON, Ky. - Dec. 17, 2021 - PRLog -- By: Liam Westra of British News

"Ocean is more ancient than the mountains, and freighted with the memories, and the dreams of Time."- H. P. Lovecraft

At the start of modern oceanic study in 1872, little was known about the ancient history of the ocean. At that time it was said that the Earth was flat according to historical records; until such scientists like Galileo. It was recorded that 20 percent of the land is frozen, and layered with ice. But recent records of the Glacier National Park stated that the glaciers have been melting since 1912. This continual melting of ice caused the failure of the oceanic conveyor belt. An extreme slow down of the oceanic conveyor system was noticed in 2004 say's oceanographers. Sybren Drijfhout an oceanographer at the University of Southampton stated that the A.M.O.C. is weakening. According to the National Geographic Organization, it circulates thermal energy, and other essential nutrients around the globe; and has been in a 1000 year cycle. So its weakening or collapse is causing severe weather, Live Science reports. In the week of December 10th 2021, a tornado outbreak caused catastrophic damage across the south, and midwestern United States. A concerned resident of the state of Kentucky proclaimed that he has never seen a tornado of such force. Accuweather reported financial losses of 18 billion over a stretch of six states; while extreme winter records spread across mainland Europe, Guardian News. Are we in for an extreme weather rollercoaster? According to the World Counts Organization, the answer is yes! They have recorded that 9,000,000,000,000 trillion tons of ice have melted since 1961. The world's average temperature is 14.94 C°, and the sea level has risen 26.35 cm; monitored since 1900 AD.

"Weather can kill you so fast. The first priority of survival is getting protection from the extreme weather."- Bear Grylls

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