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dutchsinse  is the best severe weather forecaster around  .. It looks like our entire nexrad weather radar system has been

highjacked by some kind of madman with a haarp,  trying to wreak havoc on the midwest  ....  https://www.youtube.com/user/dutchsinse#p/u/2/UQn3iwE_MbM

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Comment by Shallel Octavia on August 5, 2011 at 4:03pm

I agree dutchsinse has had some excellent results predicting severe weather with these Haarp and scalar signatures. With an ongoing space storm there is a multiplied chance of severe weather/Earthchange activity.

One might wonder if they purposefully take advantage of the atmospheric effect of solar mass ejections.


Be safe all, and keep an eye or ear out for dangerous conditions. http://www.weather.gov/ is a good place to find updates and warnings.


CME IMPACT--NOW: NASA's ACE spacecraft, which measures the speed of the solar wind just upstream of Earth, indicates that a CME impact on our planet is in progress. High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras in the hours ahead.Aurora alerts: textvoice.

UPDATE: Analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab report a strong compression of Earth's magnetosphere in response to the CME impact. "Simulations indicate that the magnetopause separating magnetospheric and solar wind plasma is close to the geosynchronous orbit starting at about 19:20 UT on August 5th. Spacecraft [in these] orbits may be directly exposed to solar wind plasma and magnetic field."

STRONG SOLAR ACTIVITY: On August 4th, active sunspot 1261 unleashed a strong solar flare, the third in as many days. The blast, which registered M9.3 on theRichter Scale of Flares, hurled a bright coronal mass ejection (CME) almost directly toward Earth.


From http://www.spaceweather.com/


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