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(05-20-2020, 02:08 AM)BadBrad Wrote:
(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!


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You must reduce power now. You are wondering towards the Internet Forbidden Zone.
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#22
It's fascinating to me how people are not reacting to this news with utter amazement. It's not like I predicted a sunny day, and it came true. The timing of the slowdown was eerily accurate with the cyclone reversing its rapid acceleration that showed no signs of abating to a steady decline, dropping from 165 mph to as low as 95 mph at landfall.

The extreme water temperatures of 86 degrees F. most likely prevented a more dramatic disintegration. There was just too much heat and energy stored in the vast body of water that kept feeding the powerful storm. This also contributes to the storm surge, which is a huge issue due to the low lying area. As many as 500,000 people have been killed or gone missing from previous cyclones in the area.

But there is nothing to see here. Move along.
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(05-20-2020, 02:54 PM)Whirling Bliss Machine Wrote: It's fascinating to me how people are not reacting to this news with utter amazement. It's not like I predicted a sunny day, and it came true. The timing of the slowdown was eerily accurate with the cyclone reversing its rapid acceleration that showed no signs of abating to a steady decline, dropping from 165 mph to as low as 95 mph at landfall.

The extreme water temperatures of 86 degrees F. most likely prevented a more dramatic disintegration. There was just too much heat and energy stored in the vast body of water that kept feeding the powerful storm. This also contributes to the storm surge, which is a huge issue due to the low lying area. As many as 500,000 people have been killed or gone missing from previous cyclones in the area.

But there is nothing to see here. Move along.


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It's a good thing you had that fan blowing air on a map of India. If not, there might have been a
terrible disaster without your invention. The world is grateful for your contribution.

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(05-20-2020, 04:52 PM)BadBrad Wrote:
(05-20-2020, 02:54 PM)Whirling Bliss Machine Wrote: It's fascinating to me how people are not reacting to this news with utter amazement. It's not like I predicted a sunny day, and it came true. The timing of the slowdown was eerily accurate with the cyclone reversing its rapid acceleration that showed no signs of abating to a steady decline, dropping from 165 mph to as low as 95 mph at landfall.

The extreme water temperatures of 86 degrees F. most likely prevented a more dramatic disintegration. There was just too much heat and energy stored in the vast body of water that kept feeding the powerful storm. This also contributes to the storm surge, which is a huge issue due to the low lying area. As many as 500,000 people have been killed or gone missing from previous cyclones in the area.

But there is nothing to see here. Move along.


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It's a good thing you had that fan blowing air on a map of India. If not, there might have been a
terrible disaster without your invention. The world is grateful for your contribution.

The arrogance in the gif you've shown us is exactly what is wrong with so much in this world. Are we to take from it that it represents your own attitude? It would be hard not to believe so.

In the movie, don't we find out that the character being laughed at is the hero, and the jerk is shown to be the jerk? So maybe that is the lesson here.
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#25
Apparently being able to alter the course of human history from a one bedroom apartment is not an adequate skill set to earn a pin or more than a small handful of comments for that matter.

FYI, this wasn't the first time for a Hall of Fame Hurricane Coincidence to take place. Here are two more examples.

Last year, Hurricane Dorian was expected to devastate several US cities, either by crossing Florida and regaining speed in the Gulf of Mexico or by wiping out the Southeast coast. Instead, Dorian came off the Bahamas and widened it's tight eye into a much larger jagged appearance once an additional machine was added to the fight.

Dorian then jitterbugged up the coast OFF shore past Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and mainland North Carolina. About a trillion dollars in damages were prevented.

The year before, there was Hurricane Michael, another Cat-5. Michael passed over my place, but I slept through it! Hundreds of thousands of people in its path were terrified instead for three straight hours. I did not hear the famous train like sound. Normally train sounds wake me up in a panic, so there must not have been much over my place. This reprieve to our block occurred before much stronger devices were invented.

My neighbor, a former roofer, said our thin metal roofs would not withstand a Cat-3.

What this means is that we now have three Hall of Fame Hurricane Coincidences in a row, not counting how Hurricane Barry also had the trademark jitterbug movement before missing New Orleans while perplexing meteorologists.


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#26
This is going to be a fun season, watching people line up (6 ft apart, of course) with masks and gloves trying to buy supplies that were already needlessly depleted to prepare for the hurricanes.

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