“Hurricane” Nate (right), hurricane Matthew (left)
I first heard about Nate on Friday morning, as it was just a group of clouds near the Yucatan Peninsula. Forecasters had it hitting New Orleans as a category 3 storm on Saturday. I said to myself, there is no way that storm is going to make its way across the gulf and hit New Orleans in 24 hours. Sure enough, “Hurricane Nate sets record as fastest moving storm in Gulf of Mexico.”
The storm hit near New Orleans, but as more of a whimper than a hurricane. We had about an hour of dark clouds and rain, well before the storm hit, then it dissipated into nothing and the entire city had sunny, clear skies and pantries full of canned tuna and red beans.
Most people in New Orleans joke about the “fake” hurricane Nate. If you watch the animated Gif below (from http://weather.cod.edu) you will see very little rotation to the storm, and no discernible eye at all.
In fact, the above side-by-side comparison of a real, known hurricane shows you how different Nate looks from regular hurricanes, and we believe the entire thing was a huge deception.
The damage that hurricane Harvey did was horrific, and our hearts go out to the families and communities affected.
One thing does not add up, though. If you watch a time-lapse of Harvey, you will notice two things. One, the storm makes it’s way onto land and for the most part dissipates long before the flooding happens. If you watch closely, you can see that the clouds that dropped the immense amount of rainfall originated from land, from right over the city of Houston itself. The storm that caused the flooding appears to be an entirely separate event from Harvey itself.
This time-lapse videos shows the unexplained “plumes” that dropped the historic amount of rain on the city. We are presenting a video from “WeatherWar101,” a weather manipulation exposer on YouTube. In this video, at about the 5:30 mark, you can watch for yourself at the huge plumes come from the city itself, then drop massive amounts of rainfall. The rest of the video is worth watching, as WW101 has his own unique ideas about how parts of the weather control system work. This is truly an outstanding video and worth sharing.