Newest Media Catchphrase
The Daily Mail has an article on the phenomenon called "Polar Vortex"! It is, sadly, filled with erroneous information and some just plain stupid comments. However, they do make reference to the NOAA and its scientific (sort of) explanation about how the "Vortex" is formed and how it is affecting weather. Unfortunately ... the NOAA reference material is as full of crap as an IPCC report.
They even manage to get in a reference to the some claim that the current status of these vortices is somehow caused by ... baddabing ... "Global Warming".
Clowny clown clowns!
Fun With Words ... Try this! Every time you see or hear a reference to "Polar Vortex" ... think "Polar Ballsack" :)
It seems that the clowns in our media-estate have found a new term to abuse ....
The laughable point here is the sudden acquisition of the term "Polar Vortex" ....
The polar vertices do exist and are centered over Russia (Kamchatka) and Canada (Baffin Is.) .... these are low pressure weather systems that are basically stationary and increase or decrease in intensity. The large cold area moving over North America is a High pressure weather system.
However to the habitually ignorant and uninformed media the term is nothing but a catchphrase to be used to add drama to their performances.
Just another meaningless word to be substituted for "Climate Change"