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Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #150 on: September 06, 2017, 08:36:49 PM »
Shut up, go away. Melt.

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Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #151 on: September 06, 2017, 09:03:22 PM »
The Good News:  Puerto Rico is not taking a direct hit from Irma.

The Bad News:  Hurricane Irma maintains strength because it is not going directly over land.  It is saving its strength for landfall with the Florida coast.  Puerto Rico still suffers from massive damage.  If you think that is bad, a scenario that has been running in my head for a bit now seems more and more likely.   Hurricane Irma rides up the east Coast of Florida but doesn't lose much strength and hits coastal Georgia and/or the Carolinas head on.  Massive damage on a scale we haven't seen since Camille or the '35 hurricane.


Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #152 on: September 06, 2017, 09:11:28 PM »
Shut up, go away. Melt.
Nice burn

peace
Hog


Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #153 on: September 06, 2017, 09:52:06 PM »
Irma, Jose, Katia: Three hurricanes churning in the Atlantic region.  9.6.17.


Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #154 on: September 06, 2017, 10:05:03 PM »
Nice burn

peace
Hog

Yeah...go away...it's hysterical.  :-\

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #155 on: September 06, 2017, 10:07:29 PM »
He's on it!!

Maybe if we agree to pay their extortion money carbon tax they'll stop turning their HAARP machine against us?  :o

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #156 on: September 06, 2017, 10:14:20 PM »
they'll stop turning their HAARP machine

The technology at play at this time makes HAARP look like a Sega Saturn.


Massive damage on a scale we haven't seen since Camille or the '35 hurricane.

Still, superior to a Clinton presidency.


Three hurricanes churning

Must be another lone gunman.

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #157 on: September 06, 2017, 11:08:45 PM »
Irma, Jose, Katia: Three hurricanes churning in the Atlantic region.  9.6.17.



That's kinda amazing. 3 hurricanes at the same time. Deep State weather machine in overdrive.

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #158 on: September 06, 2017, 11:44:46 PM »
Hurricane Irma Update: Where is She Going? | Wednesday, 6 September 2017.


Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #159 on: September 06, 2017, 11:50:54 PM »
I am concerned about Barfly (inactive BellGabber).  He lives somewhere in the Florida Keys. :o :'(

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #160 on: September 07, 2017, 12:46:11 AM »
I am concerned about Barfly (inactive BellGabber).  He lives somewhere in the Florida Keys. :o :'(

No, he moved to rural Kentucky from what I remember.  He said he wouldn't be back because he was basically dropping out of society once he left Florida.

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #161 on: September 07, 2017, 05:31:55 AM »
Maybe if we agree to pay their extortion money carbon tax they'll stop turning their HAARP machine against us?  :o
Talk about harping on HAARP.  #Freespeech

peace
Hog

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #162 on: September 07, 2017, 05:44:54 AM »
The Good News:  Puerto Rico is not taking a direct hit from Irma.

The Bad News:  Hurricane Irma maintains strength because it is not going directly over land.  It is saving its strength for landfall with the Florida coast.  Puerto Rico still suffers from massive damage.  If you think that is bad, a scenario that has been running in my head for a bit now seems more and more likely.   Hurricane Irma rides up the east Coast of Florida but doesn't lose much strength and hits coastal Georgia and/or the Carolinas head on.  Massive damage on a scale we haven't seen since Camille or the '35 hurricane.

Your bad news certainly is bad news. If the eyes sits just off the coast it will be brutal esp. with storm surge AND damaging winds.  Too far off the coast keeps most damaging winds away, just like Mathew last year, but storm surge is a huge issue.  The water temp in the area is "very warm" at this time.  Its all about energy loss/gain.

Here is a nice pic from NASAs SPORT (Short-term Prediction Research and Transition)


Some background on the models and their interpretation, including the Euro model.
https://arstechnica.com/science/2017/09/heres-what-the-worlds-most-accurate-weather-model-predicts-for-irma/

peace
Hog

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #163 on: September 07, 2017, 06:08:15 AM »
Time lapse of Irma at Sunset from NASA's GOES-16 satellite, one/minute stills.



EDIT here's a video that works  GOES 16 of IRMA





Look at the Loop-to-Loop in this track


Site with some excellent wind visualizations.
https://www.ventusky.com/?p=22.8;-66.2;5&l=wind


And just think the ultimate hurricane/typhoon in our Solar System, the Great Red Spot located on Jupiter. About 100 years ago it was 40,000kms(25,000miles) long.  As it circularizes, it should become round around the year 2040.  Wind speeds of up to 150m/s (335mph)
Voyager 1 time lapse of Great Red Spot


Size comparison of the Great Red Spot and Earth(2017)


peace
Hog

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #164 on: September 07, 2017, 07:43:05 AM »
Note: The above track showing the "Loop the Loop" is for Hurricane Jose, not Irma. I wasn't able to Edit, the GOES-16 video is for Harvey my apologies.
Here is GOES-16 and GOES-13 being compared, the storm is Irma. GOES-13 (Geostationary Observational Environmental Satellite)  is the operational satellite for the system GOES-EAST. GOES-13 was launched in May 2006 whereas GOES-16 was launched in November 2016.
They are NOAA(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and NOT NASA satellites, unlike SPORT which IS a NASA bird.


Here is Jose as of 5AM Thursday.  Jose is moving WestNorthWeet at 18mph with sustained wind speeds of 90mph


Here is the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale (SSHWS)
CATEGORY-1
33–42 m/s, 64–82 knots, 74–95 mph, 119–153 km/h
CATEGORY-2
43–49 m/s, 83–95 knots, 96–110 mph, 154–177 km/h
CATEGORY-3
50–58 m/s, 96–112 knots, 111–129 mph, 178–208 km/h
CATEGORY-4
58–70 m/s, 113–136 knots, 130–156 mph, 209–251 km/h
CATEGORY-5
≥70 m/s, ≥137 knots, ≥157 mph, ≥252 km/h



Tropical storm
18–32 m/s, 34–63 knots, 39–73 mph, 63–118 km/h

Tropical depression
≤17 m/s, ≤33 knots, ≤38 mph, ≤62 km/h


Best wishes all.

peace
Hog

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #165 on: September 07, 2017, 08:10:47 AM »
Note: The above track showing the "Loop the Loop" is for Hurricane Jose, not Irma. I wasn't able to Edit, the GOES-16 video is for Harvey my apologies.


Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #166 on: September 07, 2017, 10:48:50 AM »
Time lapse of Irma at Sunset from NASA's GOES-16 satellite, one/minute stills.



EDIT here's a video that works  GOES 16 of IRMA





Look at the Loop-to-Loop in this track


Site with some excellent wind visualizations.
https://www.ventusky.com/?p=22.8;-66.2;5&l=wind


And just think the ultimate hurricane/typhoon in our Solar System, the Great Red Spot located on Jupiter. About 100 years ago it was 40,000kms(25,000miles) long.  As it circularizes, it should become round around the year 2040.  Wind speeds of up to 150m/s (335mph)
Voyager 1 time lapse of Great Red Spot


Size comparison of the Great Red Spot and Earth(2017)


peace
Hog

That video of Harvey is amazing. What's with the upwelling clouds in the hurricane. It looks like there are stationary boiling pots of water under the clouds pouring steam up into the storm. I dont recall ever seeing anything like that before.

That is very strange. If one were to hit the ocean with some kind of heat ray from a satellite, or some giant mirror that could focus the sun, that's pretty much how it would look. Or if there were some kind of methane releases from the earth it would look this way as well. If the ocean is just warmer due to weather or global warming, the entire area would be warmer, not focused points of heat.

Any weather gurus know what's causing these plumes?



Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #167 on: September 07, 2017, 11:07:20 AM »
That video of Harvey is amazing. What's with the upwelling clouds in the hurricane. It looks like there are stationary boiling pots of water under the clouds pouring steam up into the storm. I dont recall ever seeing anything like that before.

That's probably because you haven't looked at how air pressure works and how air rapidly rises and falls.

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That is very strange.

No it isn't, its normal in extreme air pressure differences.

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If one were to hit the ocean with some kind of heat ray from a satellite, or some giant mirror that could focus the sun, that's pretty much how it would look.


Riiiiiight...

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Or if there were some kind of methane releases from the earth it would look this way as well. If the ocean is just warmer due to weather or global warming, the entire area would be warmer, not focused points of heat.

You know this based on what?

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Any weather gurus know what's causing these plumes?

Oh? I thought you'd pretty much tied it all up with death rays and steam and shit?



Here's some scientific stuff written by someone who is tired of the CTs trying to trot out Haarp is being used and hurricanes are made artificially..Read it carefully you might learn something.

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When you understand radio and see posts about the HAARP conspiracy by pseudo scientists. This might help.

Even if all the transmitted power from the IRI was absorbed by the ionosphere it would take more than 33,000 HAARP-scale IRIs, transmitting simultaneously to account for just 1 percent of the auroral ionosphere's energy budget. Another way of showing the vast difference between the amount of energy that would be dissipated in the atmosphere by the HAARP transmissions and natural processes is through a comparison of the local dissipation power in terms of power densities.

 The maximum power density of the IRI transmitted waves would be about 30 milliwatts per square meter (mW/m2) at 50 miles altitude decreasing to 1 mW/m2 at 186 miles altitude in the F region. In comparison, the densities of power dissipated by an aurora could exceed 2 W/m2, or roughly 2000 times greater then the expected maximum dissipation due to the absorption of the HAARP high frequency transmissions in the F region. Even the daily absorption of solar radiation easily exceeds the most intense, low altitude HAARP-ionduced energy deposition rate by a factor of ten.


Or in other words:

In a nutshell so called haarp is equivalent to trying to boil a kettle with your breath. The sun on the other hand is like a errm sun and that is how you warm up the earth, if it was possible to produce that much power on our planet we would be fucked big time

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #168 on: September 07, 2017, 11:32:31 AM »
Here's some scientific stuff written by


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Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #169 on: September 07, 2017, 11:38:49 AM »
Any weather gurus know what's causing these plumes?



Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #170 on: September 07, 2017, 12:07:57 PM »
That's probably because you haven't looked at how air pressure works and how air rapidly rises and falls.

I asked weather for gurus, not ignorant childmolestors. Clearly you didn't watch the clip. Shocker. Low and high pressure zones aren't stationary idiot. Thanks for your typical ignorant response that contains no useful information. Go have your loser "wife"blow you. Oh wait I'm sure that's never an option. Lmao! What kind of couple sits around and posts on an internet discussion board. Great marriage. Uh oh, I hope you don't have her loser "wife" come to your defense no. Congrats on being the laughing stock of bellgab. Nice marriage. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

I'm sure it was a beautiful ceremony.


Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #171 on: September 07, 2017, 12:19:56 PM »
But, but 19.5.

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #172 on: September 07, 2017, 12:26:13 PM »
What kind of couple sits around and posts on an internet discussion board



Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #173 on: September 07, 2017, 01:06:31 PM »
That's probably because you haven't looked at how air pressure works and how air rapidly rises and falls.

No it isn't, its normal in extreme air pressure differences.


Riiiiiight...

You know this based on what?

Oh? I thought you'd pretty much tied it all up with death rays and steam and shit?



Here's some scientific stuff written by someone who is tired of the CTs trying to trot out Haarp is being used and hurricanes are made artificially..Read it carefully you might learn something.

Or, in other words:


Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #174 on: September 07, 2017, 01:10:29 PM »
But, but 19.5.

Richard should totally do a show on weather manipulation. I'm guessing the model will somehow fit very nicely into this scenario. Darren, if you're here please relay this message back to him.  :)

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #175 on: September 07, 2017, 01:28:18 PM »
Richard should totally do a show on weather manipulation. I'm guessing the model will somehow fit very nicely into this scenario. Darren, if you're here please relay this message back to him.  :)

I haven't concluded if manipulation is happening or not. But watching that clip is fascinating. Its looks identical to smokestacks spewing out steam or whatever. Except the plumes are over the ocean. Natural evaporation would not occur in fixed points like the video shows.

True science has an open mind. It's based on observation.

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"When he [Johannes Kepler] found that his long cherished beliefs did not agree with the most precise observations, he accepted the uncomfortable facts. He preferred the hard truth to his dearest illusions. That is the heart of science."
- Carl Sagan

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #176 on: September 07, 2017, 01:32:04 PM »
I haven't concluded if manipulation is happening or not. But watching that clip is fascinating. Its looks identical to smokestacks spewing out steam or whatever. Except the plumes are over the ocean. Natural evaporation would not occur in fixed points like the video shows.

True science has an open mind. It's based on observation.

I haven't either though I'm pretty much convinced it's what's going on anyway. Unfortunately, the real government is the CIA and they're not big on sharing.  ;)

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #177 on: September 07, 2017, 01:45:59 PM »
Katia has literally formed out of nothing in the Gulf of Mexico. It's been sitting off the coast for days and now is projected to be at least at cat 2 hurricane. It's forming just south of where Harvey formed.

What's causing all this evaporation? It wasn't there a month ago. Or a year ago. Were told global warming takes decades. So again; what's causing this sudden evaporation?


Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #178 on: September 07, 2017, 01:50:13 PM »
Katia has literally formed out of nothing in the Gulf of Mexico. It's been sitting off the coast for days and now is projected to be at least at cat 2 hurricane. It's forming just south of where Harvey formed.

What's causing all this evaporation? It wasn't there a month ago. Or a year ago. Were told global warming takes decades. So again; what's causing this sudden evaporation?



People motivated to destroy this nation and bring in a NWO.  ;)

Re: Hurricane Irma
« Reply #179 on: September 07, 2017, 02:23:42 PM »
People motivated to destroy this nation and bring in a NWO.  ;)

Climate "scientists" told us after Katrina, 15-25 hurricanes a year would be the new normal. That was in 2005. We didn't have anything significant at all for 12 years. This is the joke of so-called "climate sciences". They're literally less accurate than a coin toss. And of corse as always the brainless lemmings follow right along without question. "More socialism...bigger government...more socialism...bigger government" - it's been the solution for 50 years of fake man made global warming cooling change disruption ozone hole climate science.

http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2006/s2634.htm

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/outlooks/hurricane2006/May/hurricane.shtml