posted on Dec, 30 2015 @ 02:16 PM
...the weather in England just seems to have come out of the blue like somebody flicked a switch.
Doesn't it just! One storm after another has raced across the Atlantic to batter the UK, pretty much with just a single day's respite between each
one, and right now, Frank's knocking on the door. Have a read of this from the Met Office, explaining why we are having these storms. Of course, they
mention it all in the same breath as climate change.
I never used to accept it, and I used to be quite critically sceptical of HAARP, but we know now that it can actually deflect the jet stream like they
were cracking a whip. By heating the air right above the HAARP facility they can cause the jet stream to swerve and ripple inside the direction of its
travel. Alter the direction of the jet stream and you alter the weather where the jet stream loops down and up. There are other HAARP facilities
around the world, and they can be used in conjunction with one another to affect the jet streams at different latitudes.
I'll look around for some credible sources for this. By the way, they seem to have stopped spraying the skies, considering that they sprayed like hell
in the earlier part of the year.
These storms are relentless, marching down on us wave after wave. The island and isles of Britain are uniquely placed geographically, as we normally
have 3 weather systems above our heads battling it out for dominance. The North system driving south brings cold weather, while the South system
brings hot humid weather, and the Western system brings mild weather with moderate wind and rain. At the moment, the jet stream is looping severely
south down America's East coast and then looping severely northwards half way across the Atlantic. It is not normal for the jet stream to do this, as
it tends to be kept at its latitude by the heat driving north and south from the equator.
The 'El Nino' should only affect the pacific ocean currents as El Nino appears West off the coast of Peru.