Sat Aug 18, 2007 11:48

Posted By: ipia
Date: Friday, 17 August 2007, 6:21 p.m.

I recently saw an ad for a movie on cable; Atomic Tornados or something like that. The storyline seemed to be a nuclear reactor caused a series of destructive tornados.

During the 1950's and 1960's there were many destructive hurricanes and tornadoes in the US. I frequently heard people, mostly those without college educations, blame the hurricanes and tornados on atomic bomb testing. At the time I thought they were crazy. Now I am not so sure.

Atomic hurricane = hurricane that hits the US about a year after using DU in middle east wars.

First atomic hurricane = Hurricane Andrew, from 1st Gulf War.
Hurricanes of 2004 = hurricanes from invasion of Iraq
Hurricanes of 2005, Katrina-Rita = hurricanes from Iraqi action, including Fallujah.
Dean(?) = hurricane from US/Israeli bombing of Lebanon in 2006

During the summer of 2005 there was suppression of hurricane formation when the dust storms from the Africa/middle east were present. People on the Gulf coast were advised to stay indoors, possibly due to the radioactivity. It was noted by some that one effect of these clouds was to promote hurricane formation nearer the US, hitting the US from point blank range, increasing the number of hurricanes that actually hit the US. Many formed or intensified just off of Cuba, south of Bermuda.
So there is some acknowledged interplay between the dust from the middle east and hurricanes.

In addition the presence of uranium in the clouds could add extra effects such as decreasing static electricity (ionizing radiation allowing electrical currents to flow) or the extra dense particles of uranium changing the characteristics of the dust clouds.

If there is some mechanism involving DU and strong hurricanes hitting the US, hurricane Dean should be watched. If hurricane Dean passes between Cuba and Yucatan and does not hit the mountains it will pass through extremely hot waters, for a stretch of ocean having 10 times the energy (length) as Katrina

See http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/phod/cyclone/data/go.html
Note the map for storm potential. Note the maximum would be for a hit on NOLA.

Already oil rigs are being evacuated. The official track shows a landfall on the Yucatan, but if it misses that we will have a historic storm. I heard an announcer on CNN mumble 180 mph yesterday. Someone is thinking big storm. As in Category 6 (which does not officially exist).

On Coast to Coast this July Cliff Webbot made a prediction using Webbot technology for a historic storm hitting the US with emphasis on wind (intensity), possibly landing the end of August.
related sites for webbots:

Early this summer The dust clouds from Africa again hit Florida ("stay indoors") and the Gulf coast and suppressing the development of hurricanes. Curiously, in the past, the 1970's, the 1980's, the big factor in causing hurricanes to hit the US was the Bermuda high, a high pressure system over Bermuda that swung the hurricanes into Florida and the Gulf coast. Now there is a low over Bermuda that will determine where Dean goes. Go figure. Things are backwards. Depleted Uranium anyone?


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