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Dana Durnford (basically) predicted Hurricane Patricia as a result of Fukushima

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posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 08:43 AM
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The prediction is in the first video below. Time-stamped for eternity (quoting from the video):


I think there's a future for us but we gotta deal with whatever happened to the Phillipines and Tonga. Two hundred and thirty five mile an hour gusts, one hundred and ninety five mile an hour winds, an F4 tornado with a hundred mile eye that we've never seen on planet earth before. It shouldn't even be on the planet, it should only be on other planets...That's gonna show up in California next.


Yes, it's a bit off as Durnford predicted a superstorm would hit California soon. He could still be right about that, give it time. However, Jalisco, Mexico (the place where Hurricane Patricia is going to hit land) is awfully close to California in the big picture. Given the probability of Durnford being right in his prediction, I'm calling this a win for him. I'm not gloating in the face of tragedy, I wish none of this was happening of course.

Please understand, I've been backing Durnford's prediction in the first video below since he made it. Why? Because it was obvious to me as soon as I heard it that the rationale for his prediction was correct. For example:

Record-breaking typhoon to make direct hit on only nuclear plant restarted by Japan


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I've been mocked for that, even on this site. It's understandable. All truth passes through three stages, you know?



originally posted by: Flavian
The craziest thing for me seems to be that up until only a couple of days ago, this was a Tropical storm......hits the warm blob and BAM.......biggest recorded hurricane. Will this be typical this year? If so, it could be quite an uncomfortable season ahead......

It already looks like there is another one qeueing up to follow on its heels (thanks for the maps PurpleDog).
www.abovetopsecret.com...


If Durnford's theory on this issue is correct, the above quote may be an essential piece to the puzzle.

A rare "doom porn" prediction that's essentially exactly right. It looks like the prediction is right because of correct theorizing as well. That's as rare as you can get.

In case anyone is concerned now about some of Durnford's other Fukushima-related predictions, he's made many. They are shocking and frightening such as the following. Just please don't use the words "doom porn", not in his case. We'll have to wait and see.

Fukushima Pacific Ocean 6 yr Countdown To Extinction

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posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 09:00 AM
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Sorry, I fail to see how radiation in Japan
has anything to do with an El Nino driven hurricane near Mexico.

They are over a thousand miles apart.



posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 09:15 AM
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originally posted by: nfflhome
Sorry, I fail to see how radiation in Japan
has anything to do with an El Nino driven hurricane near Mexico.

They are over a thousand miles apart.


I would guess that radioactive particles going off will have a net increase of surface ocean temperature which fuels hurricane development.

Of course a lot would be at play such as ocean currents, the amount of particles to the size of the ocean etc. But there from what I know, should be a net increase even if microscopic, of the ocean temperature, due to highly energized light being emitted and passing though miles of ocean increasing chance of kinetic impact increasing water molecule temperature. Even if most of that radiation misses most molecules. After several several km of ocean, a ray should eventually be absorbed whether by ionizing something, changing its chemistry, or heating it up.
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posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 09:21 AM
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a reply to: Profusion
You know storms show up in the same areas around the same time of year, every year? Basically it's no different then saying "I predict the sun will rise somewhere in the east next spring."
Here watch this
"I, the great seer, predict that next hurricane season, there will be hurricanes on the coast lines, and tornados in tornado ally."



posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 11:28 AM
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a reply to: Quantumgamer1776

i know right....

its hurricane season.
im going to predict in the next 11 months, around late september to mid october there will be at least 3 hurricanes in the gulf and the east of florida and also in the FL keys down to the Caribbean. (i see dead peo... i mean bad weather season)
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posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 11:38 AM
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It's a small but powerful storm not even close




posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 11:47 AM
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a reply to: Profusion

You throw enough lawn darts blind-folded, you're bound to hit the bullseye eventually.

I call these types of things (loosely) self-fulfilling prophecies.



posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 05:38 PM
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originally posted by: BlubberyConspiracy

originally posted by: nfflhome
Sorry, I fail to see how radiation in Japan
has anything to do with an El Nino driven hurricane near Mexico.

They are over a thousand miles apart.


I would guess that radioactive particles going off will have a net increase of surface ocean temperature which fuels hurricane development.




Nope. The amount of water heating that will have been done by Fukashima radiation is absolutely negligible.

If you want a culprit for this, you just need to look at climate change driving anomalously weird global weather patterns.



posted on Oct, 25 2015 @ 08:42 AM
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The following video contains Dana Durnford's analysis of Hurricane Patricia:

Hurricane Patricia 400 KPH or 248 MPH Winds 35 Ft Storm Surge Oh My

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