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Banana 
These storms are quite early. Hurricane season doesn't officially begin until June.

India is in the crosshairs of Amphan (pronounced Um-pun) a cyclone that's rapidly turning into a Cat-5 and predicted to hit low lying heavily populated areas in two days.

Arthur, a tropical storm near Georgia, is about to scrape NC by 8 am tomorrow morning.

Thus I'm going to do a little experiment and let you know the timing. Let's see what happens. These kinds of storms have a beneficial role when they are out to sea because they keep the oceans from getting too warm.

Of course, when they hit land it is another matter entirely.

Stay tuned!
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#2
Add locust plagues, plagues, earthquakes, rumors of war and what does that add up to?
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#3
It's worth mentioning that the Atlantic where Arthur is only about 77 F. degrees whereas 80 and above is what feeds these kinds of storms.

The Bay of Bengal is roasting at 86 F. and above. Yikes!
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(05-17-2020, 06:13 PM)Guest Wrote: Add locust plagues, plagues, earthquakes, rumors of war and what does that add up to?

Earthquakes are electromagnetic events. If you add more electromagnetic waves to the earth and they are pulsed - like what comes from 5G cell masts - could a resonance effect take place like what happened to the "Tacoma Narrows Bridge?"
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An experiment has started at 10:02 pm central time regarding Arthur.

Will also keep an eye on the major hurricane Amphan which is predicted to strike Tuesday, Indian time. Upwards of 250 million people in its path, with many millions truly poor and in low lying areas.
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(05-17-2020, 11:09 PM)Whirling Bliss Machine Wrote: An experiment has started at 10:02 pm central time regarding Arthur.

Will also keep an eye on the major hurricane Amphan which is predicted to strike Tuesday, Indian time. Upwards of 250 million people in its path, with many millions truly poor and in low lying areas.

Arthur is already crumbling. A few minutes after 10 pm central it began taking on huge amounts of dry air.

What a coincidence! Let's see if beginning tomorrow night there is another big ol' coincidence with Amphan.

Stay tuned!



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#7
Well, well, well, whatever happened to Arthur?

https://twitter.com/NTN_Weather/status/1...8368644097
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#8
Man O Man was that ever a lucky guess. Three minutes after the prediction was made, Arthur looked like he was hit by a pack of piranhas.
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BIG UPDATE

Because the Amphan cyclone has already been affecting parts of India, my inventions have been directed to the 165 MPH hurricane as of 12:30 Pm central time.

Let's see what happen and how long it takes to quiet this baby down.

About 250 million people are being impacted one way or the other.
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#10
Normally when the eyewall rebuilds the storm can be stronger than ever. But in this case the shear is slowing killing Amphan.

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