[Vision2020] Correction Re: CBS Saturday Morning 9-5-20 Surprising Climate Info & "Earth Island"

Ted Moffett starbliss at gmail.com
Thu Sep 10 02:16:12 PDT 2020

Yikes!  Sat. Sept. 5 was about 5 days ago, not "ten."  Gmail keeps
correcting my word choices and spelling but does not recognize an error
like this?

Typhoon Maysak, mentioned in this post, impacted Okinawa about ten days

On Thu, Sep 10, 2020 at 1:53 AM Ted Moffett <starbliss at gmail.com> wrote:

Jeff Berardelli, CBS climate/weather commentator, presented a surprising,
> for a mainstream commercial broadcast network, more "global" view of
> climate/weather, in the early morning hours (5-7 AM KLEW Lewiston) on CBS
> This Morning Saturday Sept. 5 ten days ago.
> He discussed the record setting heat wave in the US West, mentioning the
> contribution from climate change, that anyone following the national news
> in recent weeks knows has had devastating fire impacts in California,
> especially combined with drought and high winds.  These impacts have also
> been hitting Oregon and Washington, with the city of Malden in Whitman Co.
> largely burned to the ground, and Oregon facing what Gov. Kate Brown said
> "...could be the greatest loss of human lives and property due to wildfires
> in our state's history:"
> https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/09/us/fires-oregon-california-live-updates.html
> Berardelli also correctly predicted the astonishing shift in Colorado from
> 90s F. to early snow in one or two days:
> https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/09/08/denver-weather-snow-storm-hits-rockies/5745773002/
> But what really surprised me was when Berardelli maintained that the
> powerful Cat. 4 Typhoons (Maysak, Haishan) that hit Japan and Korea in the
> past 10 days were impacting the jet stream over the US, partly responsible
> for the astonishing shift in weather in Colorado that he predicted in
> advance.
> "It's all connected" said Berardelii!
> I won't explore climate science on this specific topic... Science often
> has limited or the opposite effect when attempting to persuade those in
> doubt or denial on catastrophic anthropogenic warming.  People follow their
> tribal loyalties... And if science threatens the foundational ideology
> involved, well....you know what the result can be!
> Consider the "tribe" in the music referred to below.  What loyalty do
> people have to the "It's all connected" Earth?
> ---------------------------------------
> Vision2020 Post: Ted Moffett
> https://steveroach.com/Features/EarthIsland/Earth.html
> From website above:
> With its mammoth beats, ceremonial rhythms, wailing Mayan trumpets,
> growling didgeridoos, Mexican field recording fragments, alien tone colors
> and surrealistic electric guitar melodies, *Earth Island* conjures up
> swirling apparitions from the past and the future. For Roach, Reyes and
> Saiz, there were no boundaries, only waves of sound splashing against the
> big island we call earth, washing relics from some distant clan onto new
> shores, eroding the conventions of the present and carrying the remains out
> to sea.
> Comments immediately above: Linda Kohanov
> [image: image.png]
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