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(05-18-2020, 02:51 PM)Whirling Bliss Machine Wrote: 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.


So tell me about this fancy invention of yours that can steer a storm on the other side of the planet like HAARP.
Would it by any chance be hooked up to a gas mask bong?



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(05-19-2020, 12:48 AM)BadBrad Wrote:
(05-18-2020, 02:51 PM)Whirling Bliss Machine Wrote: 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.


So tell me about this fancy invention of yours that can steer a storm on the other side of the planet like HAARP.
Would it by any chance be hooked up to a gas mask bong?


   
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We'll let the results - that were predicted - speak for themselves.
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My invention started being focused on Amphan at 12:30 pm my time yesterday. Amphan was increasing in its ferocity at the time at 165 mph with indications of going even higher in speed.

In the last twenty-three hours later, Amphan has dropped by 50 mph to 115 mph.

I hope this trend continues. Dodging a Cat-5 hurricane would be great news for many millions of people. A couple decades ago an estimated 500,000 people lost their lives in that area due to a cyclone.
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(05-19-2020, 01:48 PM)Whirling Bliss Machine Wrote: My invention started being focused on Amphan at 12:30 pm my time yesterday. Amphan was increasing in its ferocity at the time at 165 mph with indications of going even higher in speed.

In the last twenty-three hours later, Amphan has dropped by 50 mph to 115 mph.

I hope this trend continues. Dodging a Cat-5 hurricane would be great news for many millions of people. A couple decades ago an estimated 500,000 people lost their lives in that area due to a cyclone.

Correction, the decline was in a 21 hour period with the pressure having risen from 901 to 955 mb which is very good news indeed as of (9:15 in the morning my time. That part of India is 11.5 hours ahead of US central time, a.k.a., 8:45 pm Tuesday night.) It's now close to 2 pm but real reporting is hard to come by.)
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An eyeopening facet regarding hurricane reporting is how the media continues to hype the news by reporting YESTERDAY's status os the storm today. Almost all of them use yesterday's scare headline by continuing to call Amphan a Super Cyclone, which is India's nomenclature for a Cat-5. As of 3 hours ago, Amphan was a Cat-3 with further weakening in the forecast.

A similar situation occurred with Dorian when I was using just four mini models of my invention. Dorian was supposed to either cross Florida with its 185 mph winds through Orlando and Tampa/St. Pete and into Panama City, Pensacola and Mobile and perhaps New Orleans after regaining strength or run up the coast of Florida into Georgia and South Carolina.

In either case, a Trillion dollars in damages was possible. So many big cities would have been nailed that the capacity of the US to right itself would have been in question.

As we saw, Dorian did neither, touching only the outer banks of NC. The winds also died down as the eye became irregular after it jitterbugged up the Atlantic.

But the media didn't report the near miss as great news. Nope. Fear and viewer eyeballs is all they care about.
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Here is but one example of the fallacious hype. A meteorologist posted at 3pm today the cat-5 status from yesterday morning without updating that Amphan has become a Cat-3 with winds of 10 to 115 miles per hour. She also incorrectly claimed the storm was a Cat-5 last light when it was a Cat-4!

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Amphan is now down to 100 mph before it's estimated landfall speed of 75 to 80.

This is quite an improvement over yesterday's 165 and climbing speed. The mb have also increased from 901 to 958 which means less intensity. Hopefully, my invention will bring the numbers wind speed down and the mb up even more.

I wonder if there is a breaking point where a cyclone just goes "Poof!" and is gone? Praying for that!

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(05-20-2020, 01:40 AM)Whirling Bliss Machine Wrote: Amphan is now down to 100 mph before it's estimated landfall speed of 75 to 80.

This is quite an improvement over yesterday's 165 and climbing speed. The mb have also increased from 901 to 958 which means less intensity. Hopefully, my invention will bring the numbers wind speed down and the mb up even more.

I wonder if there is a breaking point where a cyclone just goes "Poof!" and is gone? Praying for that!


Commander Bliss. Do you read me? Over.
This is Space Command. Throttle back the engine of your Big Bong Machine.
You must reduce power now. You are wondering towards the Internet Forbidden Zone.
Do you copy?
Chart a path back to Planet Earth before it is too late. Check your coordinates.
Space Command can not help you once you enter the Internet Forbidden Zone.
That is all. Over and out.





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#19
3 minute video kicks in once you reach the site. It explains what is going on with the
storm. This thing is big and powerful. The COVID-19 lock downs did not help with
the evac situation.
A big mess.

https://www.cnn.com/asia/live-news/live-...index.html


Also, this site is great for watching storms: wind, temperature

https://www.ventusky.com/?p=24.9;-82.8;5&l=temperature

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(05-20-2020, 02:24 AM)BadBrad Wrote: 3 minute video kicks in once you reach the site. It explains what is going on with the
storm. This thing is big and powerful. The COVID-19 lock downs did not help with
the evac situation.
A big mess.

https://www.cnn.com/asia/live-news/live-...index.html


Also, this site is great for watching storms: wind, temperature

 https://www.ventusky.com/?p=24.9;-82.8;5&l=temperature

Can I have my three minutes back please?
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