Three Atlantic Hurricanes (Irma, Jose, And Katia) at Once ‘Unparalleled’ in Modern Times Expert Says

Islanders are bracing for more storm damage The appearance of three strong hurricanes in the Atlantic basin which all threaten land is “unparalleled” in modern times, a tropical storms expert has said. Hurricane Irma has already caused major damage in the Caribbean and is expected to hit southern Florida, while Hurricane Katia is menacing eastern Mexico, and Hurricane Jose could … Continue reading

Monster Hurricane Irma So Powerful It’s Registering on Seismographs As It Heads Towards Florida

HURRICANE Irma is so strong the storm is showing up on devices designed to detect massive earthquakes. The category 5 storm, which has now swelled to the size of France after making its first landfall in the Caribbean today, is registering on seismometers on the island of Guadelope. The measuring devise is located close to the sea, and waves crashing … Continue reading

NASA Researchers Discover Thunderstorms Produce Radiation Bursts

About a thousand times a day, thunderstorms fire off fleeting bursts of some of the highest-energy light naturally found on Earth. These events, called terrestrial gamma-ray flashes (TGFs), last less than a millisecond and produce gamma rays with tens of millions of times the energy of visible light. Since its launch in 2008, NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has recorded … Continue reading

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Weaponized? Unusual Lightning & Storms

Editor’s note: This is a blog post written by mmc7 of EarthAxisHasChanged on his blog. I found it extremely interesting so I thought I would share it. I’ve only added a few minor emphasis. As I mentioned on previous posts & comments, the lightning is becoming increasingly bizarre. Just a couple weeks ago, we had an incident of concentrated grouped … Continue reading