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Hawaii Hurricane Hector is OVER - (pg 6)

 
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Start looking for square radar signatures to know where it's being steered like this image capture 1000 miles away from P.R. before Maria hit right there: : [link to imgur.com (secure)]
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What do you mean by square radar signatures. How does that show direction though? Educate me. ;)
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When HAARP targets an area the square or rectangle signatures are fairly obvious. It is HAARP burning an ionospheric hole to steer the storm in that direction. Much like the shape of the array/photos of the installation in Gankona, AK.
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Start looking for square radar signatures to know where it's being steered like this image capture 1000 miles away from P.R. before Maria hit right there: : [link to imgur.com (secure)]
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What do you mean by square radar signatures. How does that show direction though? Educate me. ;)
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When HAARP targets an area the square or rectangle signatures are fairly obvious. It is HAARP burning an ionospheric hole to steer the storm in that direction. Much like the shape of the array/photos of the installation in Gankona, AK.
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it is going to tip over/sarc
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Weatherman Scott Stevens tried to explain these squares years ago on Coast to Coast: [link to www.geoengineeringwatch.org]
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The 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th are going to be very bad days ahead for Hawaii...and not just big island.

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What I'm showing is that the 9th is when it really hits Big Island...Hilo, LERZ, dropping around 8" of rain onto Fissure 8. Phreatic reaction much? Winds topping around 100mph around Hilo and the North entry areas.

The 9th through 10th, we're looking at around 6" (15.24cm) the first day and TWENTY inches (50.8cm) on the tenth.

First, we have massive inundation on Fissure 8. Also massive water weight on the already unstable slump. Next, we have serious flash flooding on Maui which already dealt with that a few months ago from just 12". Now closer to 25" coming.

Here are the links:

Typhoon location the 8th:
[link to imgur.com (secure)]

Typhoon location the 9th:
[link to imgur.com (secure)]
[link to imgur.com (secure)]

Precipitation on the islands:
[link to imgur.com (secure)]
[link to imgur.com (secure)]
[link to imgur.com (secure)]

This is very grim.

siren2 siren2 siren2 siren2 siren2
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Low pressure Typhoons have been proven to cause Earthquakes.

gasp Don’t bump the slump!
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watch this
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Start looking for square radar signatures to know where it's being steered like this image capture 1000 miles away from P.R. before Maria hit right there: : [link to imgur.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Superkicker


What do you mean by square radar signatures. How does that show direction though? Educate me. ;)
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HAARP creates high pressure domes to direct the hurricanes. It also shows itself with the square signatures.
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light rain, gusts up to 35. the last 4 "major doom" hurricanes have been nothing more than a shopping spree to make businesses more money. stores love hurricane doom.
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Start looking for square radar signatures to know where it's being steered like this image capture 1000 miles away from P.R. before Maria hit right there: : [link to imgur.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Superkicker


What do you mean by square radar signatures. How does that show direction though? Educate me. ;)
 Quoting: Rose8


When HAARP targets an area the square or rectangle signatures are fairly obvious. It is HAARP burning an ionospheric hole to steer the storm in that direction. Much like the shape of the array/photos of the installation in Gankona, AK.
 Quoting: Superkicker


Reminds me of the radar loop of Hurricane Katrina that showed a "tuning fork" anomaly which appeared to be guiding the storm northward. I believe it was Richard Hoagland who found that.


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The latest NHC forecast discussion is... interesting... as far as how it's worded.
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The latest NHC forecast discussion is... interesting... as far as how it's worded.
 Quoting: Too Dark Park Two


From the NHC site:

"HECTOR STILL RAPIDLY INTENSIFYING, NOW WITH 110-MPH WINDS"


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It's still too far out to predict what it will do. Red sirens aren't called for right now.

All the people will do there anyway is go to Costco and buy up all the bottled water and rice. If it turns out to have a projected direct track through the islands, all people can do is hope their roofs hold. It has happened before, it will happen again.

What's the weird fascination with Hawaii on GLP anyway? It won't affect the lives of the vast majority of people who come on GLP. I do have family there, and I'm not alarmed. Tell me when it's a few days away with a direct track through the islands. Until then, it's just more noise.
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If it turned into a hypercane then it would be very disruptive and way more than just one State's problem, even if it is an island all by its self surrounded by seas.
That would take it up much higher and hotter into the atmospheres beyond the normal levels.
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Lava, Hurricane & Roadway Update - 8:00pm (8/2/2018)

Hurricane Hector is heading towards the Big Island currently with maximum sustained winds near 110 mph with higher gusts. It’s forecast to remain about this intensity for the next day or so before it should begin to intensify into a major hurricane by this weekend. This evening, the track for Hector was nudged higher to the north bringing it’s path almost straight towards the Big Island..."

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watch this
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Interesting!
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Important video. CAT4 predicted for Big Island and friends.
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Re: Hawaii Hurricane Hector is OVER - (pg 6)
The 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th are going to be very bad days ahead for Hawaii...and not just big island.

Rev Woo-Woo...you better gear up love...

siren2 siren2 siren2 siren2 siren2

What I'm showing is that the 9th is when it really hits Big Island...Hilo, LERZ, dropping around 8" of rain onto Fissure 8. Phreatic reaction much? Winds topping around 100mph around Hilo and the North entry areas.

The 9th through 10th, we're looking at around 6" (15.24cm) the first day and TWENTY inches (50.8cm) on the tenth.

First, we have massive inundation on Fissure 8. Also massive water weight on the already unstable slump. Next, we have serious flash flooding on Maui which already dealt with that a few months ago from just 12". Now closer to 25" coming.

Here are the links:

Typhoon location the 8th:
[link to imgur.com (secure)]

Typhoon location the 9th:
[link to imgur.com (secure)]
[link to imgur.com (secure)]

Precipitation on the islands:
[link to imgur.com (secure)]
[link to imgur.com (secure)]
[link to imgur.com (secure)]

This is very grim.

siren2 siren2 siren2 siren2 siren2
 Quoting: Rose8


Low pressure Typhoons have been proven to cause Earthquakes.

gasp Don’t bump the slump!
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry



Usual Barometric pressures run around 32. The Typhoon/Hurricane shows pressures predicted in the 29 range.
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It's still too far out to predict what it will do. Red sirens aren't called for right now.

All the people will do there anyway is go to Costco and buy up all the bottled water and rice. If it turns out to have a projected direct track through the islands, all people can do is hope their roofs hold. It has happened before, it will happen again.

What's the weird fascination with Hawaii on GLP anyway? It won't affect the lives of the vast majority of people who come on GLP. I do have family there, and I'm not alarmed. Tell me when it's a few days away with a direct track through the islands. Until then, it's just more noise.
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Doom ANYWHERE fascinates GLP. We are alarmists and doomtards. Moreover, we keep track of stuff most people don't, so that they're well informed in case real doom does transpire. Don't be hatin'.
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[link to www.lpl.arizona.edu]

From the Eruption Happening Now thread by Cock Goblin. <3 Thanks CG!
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(ty Paranoiaaaaa!)

Hawaii Should Prepare for Hurricane Hector

"Some are concerned what impact a landfalling hurricane can have on an active volcano. USGS’s Hawaii Volcano Observatory (HVO) scientists tell us the intensity of the eruption is so great that weather won’t impact it. However, heavy rain pouring onto the lava flow field can create unique problems. Hawaii Volcano Observatory geologist Janet Babb tells us that heavy rain on the flow field could create white-out conditions with zero visibilities as the hot lava vaporizes the rainfall into a dense steam cloud. Babb tells us that such zero-visibility would occur in the existing hazard area where people should not be anyway.

HVO geochemist Tamar Elias described to us how the steam rising from the lava flow is more dangerous than the steam you’d find in your bathroom shower. “There is a difference between the steam produced in your shower and the steam produced from a heavy rain event interacting with molten lava on the flow field. The steam generated on the lava flow field will be very acidic – and the hot acidic steam, would be more hazardous than the steam from your shower.” Elias added, “In low wind conditions, the steam could accumulate adjacent to the lava flows, which is the area of highest hazard. Heeding the Civil Defense warnings and closures is especially important if heavy rain is interacting with molten lava on the flow field. The impact of an acid steam plume is local in nature – since as soon as the plume moves away from the lava flow, it cools down. The primary impacts to more distant communities is from the volcanic emissions themselves.” Beyond the acidic steam, acid rain is also a concern Elias tells us. “Acid rain can also be generated when rain falls through the acidic gas and particle plume generated by the eruption.”..."

[link to www.weatherboy.com]

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"...Nevertheless, there are certain circumstances that could be much more extreme. It’s possible that a volcano’s intense heat—lava can register 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit—could intensify a tropical cyclone. Heat evaporates seawater, which rises to create thunderstorms. No heat, no storm. And an explosive eruption might still temporarily disrupt areas within a hurricane. For instance, dust shot into the atmosphere could delay or accelerate rainfall, Nolan says. One study suggests the dust would contribute to more lightning. In fact, massive eruptions often generate cinematic lightning within their boiling black clouds.

More intriguing—and terrifying—is a theory that a submerged, massive volcano could heat enough ocean water to supercharge a Category 5 hurricane or super typhoon. Heating the already abundant heat of tropical waters would make storms bigger and stronger, and do it in less time. Jeff Masters, the meteorology director at Weather Underground, says such an underwater eruption might even spin up something called a hypercane, with winds reaching the speed of sound."
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"...Nevertheless, there are certain circumstances that could be much more extreme. It’s possible that a volcano’s intense heat—lava can register 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit—could intensify a tropical cyclone. Heat evaporates seawater, which rises to create thunderstorms. No heat, no storm. And an explosive eruption might still temporarily disrupt areas within a hurricane. For instance, dust shot into the atmosphere could delay or accelerate rainfall, Nolan says. One study suggests the dust would contribute to more lightning. In fact, massive eruptions often generate cinematic lightning within their boiling black clouds.

More intriguing—and terrifying—is a theory that a submerged, massive volcano could heat enough ocean water to supercharge a Category 5 hurricane or super typhoon. Heating the already abundant heat of tropical waters would make storms bigger and stronger, and do it in less time. Jeff Masters, the meteorology director at Weather Underground, says such an underwater eruption might even spin up something called a hypercane, with winds reaching the speed of sound."
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"It can’t get hotter than where we are," she added. "We are pretty much tapping mantle temperatures right now."

Scientists can tell how hot lava is by its color. Red lava is considered “cool” at about 1,472 degrees Fahrenheit. Orange lava is typically between 1,472 and 1,832 degrees Fahrenheit. Yellow lava is the hottest at 1,832–2,192 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the USGS.

(Fissure 8 is spewing at appx 2100 degrees Fahrenheit)
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"...Nevertheless, there are certain circumstances that could be much more extreme. It’s possible that a volcano’s intense heat—lava can register 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit—could intensify a tropical cyclone. Heat evaporates seawater, which rises to create thunderstorms. No heat, no storm. And an explosive eruption might still temporarily disrupt areas within a hurricane. For instance, dust shot into the atmosphere could delay or accelerate rainfall, Nolan says. One study suggests the dust would contribute to more lightning. In fact, massive eruptions often generate cinematic lightning within their boiling black clouds.

More intriguing—and terrifying—is a theory that a submerged, massive volcano could heat enough ocean water to supercharge a Category 5 hurricane or super typhoon. Heating the already abundant heat of tropical waters would make storms bigger and stronger, and do it in less time. Jeff Masters, the meteorology director at Weather Underground, says such an underwater eruption might even spin up something called a hypercane, with winds reaching the speed of sound."
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"It can’t get hotter than where we are," she added. "We are pretty much tapping mantle temperatures right now."

Scientists can tell how hot lava is by its color. Red lava is considered “cool” at about 1,472 degrees Fahrenheit. Orange lava is typically between 1,472 and 1,832 degrees Fahrenheit. Yellow lava is the hottest at 1,832–2,192 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the USGS.

(Fissure 8 is spewing at appx 2100 degrees Fahrenheit)
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And all that super duper hot lava is pouring into the water at that corner, heating up the water in the area to who knows how hot.
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A lava typhoon!

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I was stationed at Schofield Barracks back in the 1980's, fuck Hawaii and all the white hating assholes there!
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I was stationed at Schofield Barracks back in the 1980's, fuck Hawaii and all the white hating assholes there!
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Yeah, it was that way in the late 60's too. The girls didn't want anything to do with short haired boys in the military. 69-70 Pearl Harbor.
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I was stationed at Schofield Barracks back in the 1980's, fuck Hawaii and all the white hating assholes there!
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Keep the racial discontent off my thread. This is about a hurricane, not whether you got butthurt by being a haole there like I did when I lived on Guam.
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