Sunday, 8 September 2013

N/S Dakota Storm being controlled by NEXRAD & Moisture from Hawaii and Mexico

Sept 8/13 - 0:00 MDT - Having moisture trailing from Hawaii to Mexico, up through North America, this storm shows how well-connected it is to actively pulsing NEXRAD radar sites. It is being controlled from all sides, its moisture being fed through the vast chain of NEXRAD sites stretching all the way down to Mexico. Mexico is probably still wondering why their northern droughts are worsening. The fifth frame showing Bismark, ND NEXRAD site is a good example of how one side of this artificially-charged storm is situated right around the radar centre, where the large transmitter antenna sits, emitting more than 700,000 watts of microwave energy into the sky with each pulse.

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