A brief search on the Internet reveals that freak storms are on the rise globally. And a July 2, 2012 report outlined how "A freak storm took the East by surprise, leaving a 600-mile path of destruction across seven states. It killed more than a dozen people and left millions without power." The report by CBS was entitled, "Freak storm leaves extensive damage in the East." A weather expert in the news-clip stated this was the largest East Coast non-hurricaine-type storm in a hundred years. And a witness in Virginia documented "fire in the sky," as noted 45 seconds into the video clip. Could this have been a HAARP creation? Weather modifying technology that was once secret is being increasingly being acknowledged in the public sphere, as noted in the United Arab Emirates. The proverbial rain makers are back in business.
The July storm was labelled as a type of storm called a "derecho" which hasn't been a very commonly used term on the East coast until recently. Derechos have been somewhat common to the midwest but have been making their way to the East coast about once every four years in the recent past. The June derecho was especially strong, a "Super Derecho" that packed winds of up to 100 miles per hour and left a path of quick and sudden devastation. One of the main problems with a derecho is that there's no time to prepare. The word is from spanish, meaning "straight ahead." With a hurricane at least there is some forewarning. The map image from The Weather Channel shows the derecho formation does not have an "eye" like a hurricane or tornado but is a concentrated, power-packed force in one direction.
August 2011 - Hurricane Irene
Last year, in 2011, hurricane Irene left a long path of destruction from the Caribbean to Kennebunkport Maine. It travelled through a narrow stretch of Long Island but caused more damage as it hit land again in Connecticut. There is speculation as to why hurricanes are increasing, but it is commonly believed by weather experts that they are in fact increasing. "The warming oceans are very likely causing the strength of hurricanes to increase. According to MIT scientist Kerry Emmanuel, hurricanes have become 70-80% more powerful over this time."
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