reply to post by tracehd1
OH, please. Dutch only "tries to save lives" because there are people less intelligent and more gullible than he is, who would rather believe a
bunch of pseudo-technical jargon from a hack than take the time to actually learn something.
Please research on your own, and try to prove him WRONG. Your first hit should you try doing it in chronological order will be from about a decade
ago, well before he started spewing on the web. Google "Nexrad hoax". He's been peddling it almost verbatim, and it's from about 10 years ago,
when it was thoroughly debunked.
Learn what a radar can and cannot show.
Learn how weather moves (across the US, as he is US based).
Learn about the storm systems that form over the central US......it's pretty much standard weather to have large storms daily there. It's called
"climate". It's normal.
Next time he shows a "plume", try and figure out at what altitude the "plume" starts. Can you? Neither can he.
Do some loops over the gulf. Similar "plumes" appear there. How? Because they are clouds. Just like Dutch's plumes have always PROVEN to be. I
say PROVEN, because there has been NO ground level confirmation of any of the supposed "plumes" he claims. There wasn't anything but weather in
California during Dutch's "plumes" hoax from last year. And millions of people had the chance.
Learn what a radar sweep is shaped like. Learn where they are placed (at center of each "HAARP" ring), and how the images from many circular sweeps
are combined into a much larger image (can show up as squares). He doesn't know this; if he did he would lose his entire audience.
And above all, learn how to access the local sources of weather information. The meteorologists, who actually had to study and learn all of this for
many years, are much better at calling any extreme weather alert than Dutch.
When you actually try and learn something about it all, you will see his "weather announcements" are like calling water wet, fire hot, and ice cold.
It's not hard to debunk Dutch, because it's not hard to be smarter than he is.