(OPINION) ETH – A new report revealed by AccuWeather meteorologists and scientists is revealing that while the overall intensity of hurricane seasons appears to be trending downward, the storms that do gain hurricane strength have actually been growing stronger.
According to the report, what is driving the storms to gain more and more strength is that there is more warm water and warm, moist air in the atmosphere that helps fuel these monsters and helps maintain the intensity and strength of the hurricanes. “Nature seeks equilibrium.
If you put ice in a glass of water, it will eventually come to room temperature,” AccuWeather Vice President of Science and Innovation Scott Mackaro explained. “The poles of the Earth are cold, and the equator is warm. Again, nature will seek equilibrium and attempt to mix everything together.
This is the basics of why we have weather.” Hurricanes serve as an example of this, he added. “And so hurricanes serve as an extreme example of nature seeking equilibrium. It’s a very natural and very necessary energy exchange mechanism,” Mackaro said. I find it interesting that Jesus spoke of events that would occur in the time of the end in the Book of Matthew Chapter 24.
One of these events is described as the “Waves and Seas roaring” Could this be alluding to an uptick and hurricanes and cyclones? Did the Word of God warn us that we would see a time of great storms that would directly impact the seas?