posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 10:34 AM
reply to post by Eurisko2012
It's not an accident. It's called Geoengineering.
There is no technology, and certainly not "geoengineering", that can steer the jet streams. Do take some time and research the many online sources
that explain the current jet stream situation, and also take the time to research historical instances when similar patterns were noted.
LONG, long before HAARP ever existed, and the phrase "geoengineering" was coined.
You should educate yourself in the science of meteorology.....or, is it just easier to "believe" in crap pseudo-science, and blame "HAARP" for
everything? Don't have to think too hard, that way....
Warmer and wetter winter as La Niña bullies jet
Weather experts chalk up last month’s “Juneuary”-like weather in the Chattanooga area to a stubborn jet stream that’s being bullied by the
devil of weather extremes — La Niña.
And they say not to expect a change for at least the next two weeks. Maybe not even the next month.
“Warmer and wetter than normal” is what the extended forecast calls for, said Mary Black, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in
Morristown, Tenn. “For the most part, the colder air is staying above the jet stream.”
La Niña and her brother El Niño are the extreme phases of naturally occurring climate cycles in the tropical Pacific Ocean, according to the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The impacts of those extremes are felt all over the world, not just in Chattanooga.
BTW, you won't see any hurricanes hit the USA in 2012 either.
And that is utter rubbish.
ORLANDO, Florida (WKMG) - Colorado State University forecasters predict up to 15 named storms will form during the 2012 hurricane season.
The university released its annual hurricane season forecast on Wednesday. University forecasters have released the annual report for the last three
According to the report, there is a 45 percent chance for an above-average hurricane season in 2012. Typically, that means 12 to 15 named storms will
form between June 1 to November 30.
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