posted on Dec, 22 2012 @ 06:04 AM
"There are four severe flood warnings, meaning a danger to life, in the UK - two in Cornwall and two in Devon."
So what I'm saying is that I think that there is a link between the sonic booms and the bad weather. Specifically that the sonic booms are a
precursor for the bad weather that follows some time later.
That the sonic booms are caused by objects that fall from the sky. That these objects do something either when they fall or after they fall, and that
this something causes the weather to deteriorate along the path of the objects trajectory.
Obviously there is a significant period of time between the sonic boom and the weather effect. Obviously I am not some mad scientist from Flash
Gordon, but I'm bound to say that it looks like an attack. One that is designed to look natural. Now in the case of Flash Gordon it was a test. If
the world recognised the hand of Ming then it was destroyed. So perhaps that makes me a geek instead?
Forewarned is forearmed. These disasters can be avoided. There is time to move away. If you get a warning move!