SOTT Earth Changes Summary – November 2019: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

As if to mock the propaganda of anthropogenic climate change advocates, Nature has, once again this month, provided a wild and varied ride for the inhabitants of planet earth.

In keeping with recent years, winter arrived early again in many areas of the Northern Hemisphere, disrupting normal life and food production. The US hit new records for cold and snowfall all much of its territory, even as Extinction Rebellion Zealots raised their calamitous voices in demand of further reductions in C02 emissions to save the planet from overheating. Exceptional snowfalls and early freezing temperatures also left their mark in Europe, parts arts of Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.

Heavy rain, floods, and landslides also wreaked havoc this month, with South Sudan, Kenya, Congo, Algeria, the UK, France, the Philippines, Australia, and northern Mexico all affected, with hundreds of deaths, thousands displaced and significant damage to local infrastructure. Italy was hit yet again by extreme weather this month; storms, floods, and early snow left a path of destruction across several provinces.

Our viewers will not be surprised to learn that a significant amount of Meteor fireballs and unexpected NEOs also made their appearance in our skies this month, shocking and delighting many eyewitnesses and leaving many experts wondering if their claim that they can track all dangerous NEOs is really just ‘pie in the sky’.

All this and more in this month’s SOTT Earth Changes Summary…