A Giant Fear in the Sky – Scary Radar for the U.S. – May 09, 2011

A Giant Fear in the Sky – Scary Radar for the U.S. – May 09, 2011



definition of a hurricane:


1. A severe tropical cyclone having winds greater than 64 knots (74 miles per hour; 119 kilometers per hour), originating in the equatorial regions of the Atlantic Ocean or Caribbean Sea or eastern regions of the Pacific Ocean, traveling north, northwest, or northeast from its point of origin, and usually involving heavy rains.

2. A wind with a speed greater than 64 knots (74 miles per hour; 119 kilometers per hour per hour), according to the Beaufort scale.

3. Something resembling a hurricane in force or speed.


Link: http://www.goes.noaa.gov/GSSLOOPS/ecwv.html

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2 responses to “A Giant Fear in the Sky – Scary Radar for the U.S. – May 09, 2011

  1. This posting is very ominous considering that I noticed all clouds moving east to west vs. the opposite which is the norm. We are already experiencing slight flooding in areas of Pennsylvania. If that storm off the east coast comes in…..this is gonna be trouble!


  2. I do not claim to be a meteorologist. While the information posted by Dutchsinse is interesting, it seems to just be his personal speculations. He is not, or at least I have not found him to claim to be a meteorologist either, or have any weather related training at all. He just uses Intellicast, which is a public system for anyone to use, and is usually not as accurate as Weather.com or NOAA. With no background in weather phenomena or weather patterns, it is easy for someone (like him) to misconstrue what is actually happening in our atmosphere and weather patterns. It is also equally easy for others, who also have no expertise in weather phenomena, to listen to what he has to say and believe him without questioning anything. It is just him manipulating the “fear button” that is built into every human being. There are plenty of videos on YouTube refuting what Dutchsinse says, and many of these are from actual meteorologists. This pattern that has set up across America on May 9-10, 2011 was described by one meteorologist as an “Omega Blocking Pattern”. http://www.theweatherprediction.com/habyhints/144/ Why should I believe Dutchsinse and not believe a real meteorologist regarding this matter? Dutch also speaks of the low pressure system off the east coast of the U.S. as having “very low pressure” and that it is forming into a hurricane. Both statements are completely false. A quick look at the barometric weather map shows the pressure as being approximately 998mb (millibars). http://www.sailwx.info/wxobs/pressure.phtml This recorded pressure of the “hurricane” is actually higher pressure than the low pressure system moving through the Central U.S. at this time, which is between 940mb – 980mb. There are also many storms off of the Eastern U.S. that look like this one (as a spiral formation rotating counter-clockwise), so it is not a hurricane, and also not a threat to anything on the East Coast. There are many Nor’easters which hit the East Coast which are very similar to this current low-pressure system.

    I personally find his “predictions” of “severe storms in the Midwest” to be almost funny, if there were not so much damage associated with these storms. It is springtime…this is when these storms occur every year. Nothing special to see here folks. If something special is happening, then why is the record for the Mississippi river flooding in Memphis, TN back in 1937? This is WAY before HAARP, airplane “chemtrails” (which is another speculation he brought out of nowhere in one of these videos), ELF/VLF or any other weather control devices claimed to be in use at this time. Radar itself was only perfected in 1936, so it is difficult to say that radar can be blamed for the severe flooding in 1937 either.