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CNN reports on CNN Tornado_Look at the haarp chart_Hmmmmmmmm

 
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CNN reports on CNN Tornado_Look at the haarp chart_Hmmmmmmmm
[link to maestro.haarp.alaska.edu]


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Re: CNN reports on CNN Tornado_Look at the haarp chart_Hmmmmmmmm
There are three components to the creation of a tornado: A cold wet low pressure cyclonic system; a hot high pressure front; and the jet stream. When all three come together a tornado results. HAARP has been steering the jet stream remarkably well. Chemtrail spraying of 5 micron aluminum particles at 15 to 20,000 feet below a jet stream (33,000 feet) and then zapping the cloud with HAARP causes an updraft which can push the jet stream in desired directions. Also by steering the jet stream, weather fronts can be moved. The computer programs regarding HAARP and tornados must be accurate and detailed...

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Re: CNN reports on CNN Tornado_Look at the haarp chart_Hmmmmmmmm
Yes well it's pretty obvious all types of natural disaters are being artificially created or directed by haarp. Then they blame it on global warming and it's all our fault because we burn to much fossil fuel yet they won't ever release free, cheap or clean energy technology to the public because then the very people sprouting their bullshit about global warming would lose their monopoly over fossil fuels, oil etc and blah, blah, blah....you know the rest.

ALL BULLSHIT.
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Re: CNN reports on CNN Tornado_Look at the haarp chart_Hmmmmmmmm
this chick on weather channel showing radar just now said it looks like armageddor... there must be an error, she said..

it showed the system all red hot
for a second>
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Re: CNN reports on CNN Tornado_Look at the haarp chart_Hmmmmmmmm
[link to radar.weather.gov]
The link above takes you to the national loop. I was not able to archive the loop from last night but it looked very similar to the link from cyberspace that I referenced below.


:snip from another thread:
"Did you happen to look at the national doppler radar loop last evening?
It showed a perfectly aligned set of systems(storm cells) aligned with the diagonal tower grid/earth grid that were being generated about every 150-200 miles apart all over the the eastern half of the US.

this diagonal pattern-> [link to www.cyberspaceorbit.com]

The studies in the link above were from years ago but I have noticed the same signatures the last few days matching exactly as these...including the Fallon vortex."
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Re: CNN reports on CNN Tornado_Look at the haarp chart_Hmmmmmmmm
[link to radar.weather.gov]
The link above takes you to the national loop. I was not able to archive the loop from last night but it looked very similar to the link from cyberspace that I referenced below.


:snip from another thread:
"Did you happen to look at the national doppler radar loop last evening?
It showed a perfectly aligned set of systems(storm cells) aligned with the diagonal tower grid/earth grid that were being generated about every 150-200 miles apart all over the the eastern half of the US.

this diagonal pattern-> [link to www.cyberspaceorbit.com]

The studies in the link above were from years ago but I have noticed the same signatures the last few days matching exactly as these...including the Fallon vortex."
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fixed links from above post

[link to radar.weather.gov]
[link to www.cyberspaceorbit.com]
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Re: CNN reports on CNN Tornado_Look at the haarp chart_Hmmmmmmmm
I've been a weather watcher ever since I was old enough to know what weather was, and what I saw the other afternoon and evening I've never seen! I live south of Sacramento, CA, about 3 miles or so. On thursday, the 13th, the wind suddenly began blowing from the w/sw 15 to 25 knots. Winds were NOT forecast for that day, or afternoon! High clouds formed over the entire area, but there were "waves" in them. Some of the "waves" ran east and west, and some north and south over the Sierra Mtns. to the east. Very strange. The jetstream was very low, so I checked on the weather on a website and it showed the jetstream directly over the central CA region blowing in an straight line toward the east, like it was being directed. This lasted until nearly 7am. Weather in the southeast, Alabama, Georgia, etc., was directly affected by this as everyone knows by now! Tornado activity is expected to be severe today and tomorrow as well. This is not "normal" weather.
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I've been a weather watcher ever since I was old enough to know what weather was, and what I saw the other afternoon and evening I've never seen! I live south of Sacramento, CA, about 3 miles or so. On thursday, the 13th, the wind suddenly began blowing from the w/sw 15 to 25 knots. Winds were NOT forecast for that day, or afternoon! High clouds formed over the entire area, but there were "waves" in them. Some of the "waves" ran east and west, and some north and south over the Sierra Mtns. to the east. Very strange. The jetstream was very low, so I checked on the weather on a website and it showed the jetstream directly over the central CA region blowing in an straight line toward the east, like it was being directed. This lasted until nearly 7am. Weather in the southeast, Alabama, Georgia, etc., was directly affected by this as everyone knows by now! Tornado activity is expected to be severe today and tomorrow as well. This is not "normal" weather.
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Re: CNN reports on CNN Tornado_Look at the haarp chart_Hmmmmmmmm
I've been a weather watcher ever since I was old enough to know what weather was, and what I saw the other afternoon and evening I've never seen! I live south of Sacramento, CA, about 3 miles or so. On thursday, the 13th, the wind suddenly began blowing from the w/sw 15 to 25 knots. Winds were NOT forecast for that day, or afternoon! High clouds formed over the entire area, but there were "waves" in them. Some of the "waves" ran east and west, and some north and south over the Sierra Mtns. to the east. Very strange. The jetstream was very low, so I checked on the weather on a website and it showed the jetstream directly over the central CA region blowing in an straight line toward the east, like it was being directed. This lasted until nearly 7am. Weather in the southeast, Alabama, Georgia, etc., was directly affected by this as everyone knows by now! Tornado activity is expected to be severe today and tomorrow as well. This is not "normal" weather.
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WTF is "nornal" weather? Weather by nature is rather unpredictable and anomilies are part of the bigger picture in weather patterns. How old are you? Many weather events are 100 50 25 year events. Once in a lifetime. So really how can you say what is normal?

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