Weather

It always starts with the weather. But don’t be fooled. It’s like that glee club retreat back in high school, where everyone’s in the main lodge cabin seated all Indian-style…
















If the world is destined to soon end due to mysterious and extreme weather, I hope that this is how civilization crumbles. The town of Maroochydore has been incapacitated after being blanketed with foam bubbles reaching as high as nine feet:

A stretch of Australia’s Sunshine Coast has been blanketed in sea foam, swept ashore by the remnants of a tropical cyclone that struck Australia last week.



Two weeks ago, passersby noticed a haunting humming seemingly originating from the still-unfinished Freedom Tower. One possible explanation is that the the strong winds of Hurricane Sandy vibrated the metal beams at the top of the structure, turning them into musical instruments:


Via TED.COM:

As efforts continue to recover from Hurricane Sandy throughout New York and New Jersey, we stumbled on this surprising 2011 talk from TEDxBermuda: “The 9 biggest weather disasters of the next 30 years.”

In the talk, given in October of last year, hurricane hunter and meteorologist Jeff Masters — who writes a blog for Weather Underground — predicts nine unthinkable weather disasters that could hit the United States over the next 30 years. We’re talking about storms that are dangerous to society, events that could cause $100 billion in damages and knock major cities and industries offline …

And number six just happened.



Could the recently strange weather be proof of weather warfare in action? Prof Michel Chossudovsky at Globalresearch.org states that weather modification has been practiced for at least 50 years by the United…



With any luck, alien-tinted rainfall will be a growing meteorological trend. Via the Epoch Times: A rare shower of red rain fell for about 15 minutes in the city of Kannur, Kerala,…