Less than 5% of America’s landmass was populated as of 2003. Overpopulation is a massive hoax.

In an ever-growing effort to provide valuable weather information — or just a vulgar display of automated GIS skills — the National Weather Service is tweeting out images that show how many people are impacted by severe weather. The exercise shows just how little of the United States is populated.

The United States is home to over 318 million people and 2.27 billion acres of land. By 2003, we had only developed about 108 million acres, or about 4.47% of the total land area of the United States. The map above is a great way to visualize that unused land — the areas highlighted in green show all of the U.S. Census blocks that show a population of zero. 

That’s a lot of land we don’t use, and it’s apparent in the National Weather Service’s impact based statistics product.

The graphics, automatically tweeted out by @NWSTornado, are mostly generated for tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings, showing the radar image at the time of the warning’s issuance, the warning box itself, a population density map of the area affected, and some statistics of the areas impacted by the expected severe weather, or…impact based statistics.

Here’s a tornado warning from a couple of days ago around Moline, Illinois. The warning covered 71,248 residents, 20 miles of interstate, one hospital, and 39 miles of railroad.

Here’s another one covering Madison, Wisconsin. Almost 314,000 people were impacted by the warning, as were 80 public schools, one airport, and seven hospitals. 

Thankfully, these are the exception. The vast majority of the 700+ impact based statistics graphics published by this Twitter account over the past few weeks affected less than one or two thousand people. 

Population: 2

Population: 14

Population: 5

Population: 20

Population: 2

For as telling as it is that the land is so unpopulated, it’s also a comforting thought that whether severe weather threatens 314,000 people in Madison, Wisconsin or two people who live in rural Butte County, South Dakota, forecasters issue advanced warning to the best of their ability regardless of population or location. The graphics prove that the agency lives up to its mission statement of, among other things, “the protection of life and property.”



In an article in WSJ called “Cheap Sex and the Decline of Marriage,” you will find that the free, cheap sex that feminism promoted is not so cheap. There are some very interesting facts in this article that isn’t even written from a Christian perspective.

A man named Kevin said this, “Girls are easier to mislead than guys just by lying or just not really caring. If you know what girls want, then you know you should not give that to them until the proper time. If you do that strategically, then you can really have anything you want…whether it’s a relationship, sex, or whatever. You have the control.”

He knows girls are easier to mislead than guys. One of the reasons that God forbids women from teaching men or being in authority over them is because women are more easily deceived (1 Timothy 2:14). God created us more emotional in order to be home with children. It’s our nature. Rather than fighting it, it’s best to admit it so we can be aware of this fact. Women have been heavily deceived by feminism and have lost everything good in life as a result.

“For American men, sex has become rather cheap. As compared in the past, many women today expect little in return for sex, in terms of time, attention, commitment or fidelity. Men, in turn, do not feel compelled to supply these goods as they once did. It is the new sexual norm for Americans, men and women alike, of every age.”

I expected a LOT in return for sex as a young woman. I expected a ring on my finger and an “I do until death do we part.” I am thankful that I was wise enough to understand this fact even though I grew up in a very promiscuous high school with very promiscuous friends. I dated two guys in high school. They both wanted to have sex with me, but I wouldn’t let them. They both wanted to marry me.

“This transformation was driven in part by birth control. Its widespread adoption by women in recent decades not only boosted their educational and economic fortunes but also reduced their dependence on men. As the risk of pregnancy radically declined, sex shed many of the social and personal costs that once encouraged women to wait.”

Birth control has been so incredibly destructive. Radical feminists brought it to America in order to “free” women. All it did was enslave women to a nine to five job and working for a boss, without a faithful husband and children to care for at home.

“Many young men and women still aspire to marriage as it has long been conventionally understood – faithful, enduring, focused on raising children. But they no longer seem to think that this aspiration requires their discernment, prudence or self-control.”

This aspiration definitely includes discernment, prudence, AND self-control. Women must be discerning in the men whom they may want to marry. They must be prudent with their behavior and keep themselves modest and chaste IF they want to marry a good, godly man. Self-control is desperately needed in order to attain these goals.

“Kristin (29 year old woman) rightly wants the men who she dates to treat her well and to respect her interests, but the choices that she and other women have made unwittingly teach the men in their lives that such behavior is noble and nice but not required in order to sleep with them. They are hoping to find good men without supporting the sexual norms that would actually make men better.”

Feminism wants its cake and eat it too, but it doesn’t work that way. An eternal principle is that we will reap what we sow. Feminists are reaping the godless, ugly fruit they have sown. Don’t be one of them. Seek God’s ways instead.

For this is the will of God, even your sanctification, that ye should abstain from fornication: That every one of you should know how to possess his vessel in sanctification and honour.
1 Thessalonians 4:3,4

There’s No Such Thing as Cheap Sex