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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Hurricane Sandy, Tropical Storm Sandy and The Eastern United States Under a Major Event Watch, H.A.A.R.P., Weather Events and Imaging Science

On Monday, October 22, 2012, after looking at some H.A.A.R.P. data, I thought perhaps we were in for a massive East Coast natural disaster.

So I started this well read blog page on October 24, 2012.

I want to first and foremost help to spread a better understanding on hurricane threats and preparedness, and secondly document to a degree, this storm or hurricane that looks to be epic in nature.

You may skip and scroll through to the proper links on preparedness below, as well as other excellent site links for increased information and imagery of this event.

The information is a gathering of valuable resources and assets to help understand these storms, and what may transpire, as well as a valuable too to utilize so you know what to expect and how to prepare.

The days are getting shorter for those of us along the east coast of the U.S.A. until we know what will actually happen, but being prepared is ultimately the smartest thing, and leaving any danger areas, especially flood prone ares, is always the wisest thing to do.

Oct 25, 2012:


FIRST ADDITION:

October 25, 2012 - 9:25pm EDT 

Smaller scale 6.5 magnitude frequency hits Southern California. The main story is out east still. 

From a 9.1 this morning to a 9.5 tonight, this area is in grave danger and this has been building for a week now. Many have been asking what this might be because the weather looked "normal". 

But it is anything but normal. Hurricane Sandy is coming as a result of a week of high impacted readings in the ionosphere.

The Sun remains quiet, but a sunspot facing Earth has the power to push X-class flares that would take the system offline. Let's hope this does not happen right now. 

Follow Hurricane Sandy on our partner's page at TheWeatherSpace.com's Facebook Page by Clicking Here. 

READING 9.6:



http://www.haarpstatus.com/status.html

SECOND ADDITION TODAY:


"Sandy is now in the Atlantic and is going to be monitored every 6 hours. This is what one computer model is showing... Worse than the 1991 "Perfect Storm" and the 1993 Super Storm ... 

Computer models are downright scary in the area which is why if this phases into the trough it will do just that. Timing of the trough is extremely important right now." Oct 25, 2012

The Weather Space.com


and ~ HAARP STATUS  ~ group from ~ Facebook





Hurricane Sandy Threatens East Coast—How to Prepare



http://www.govexec.com/excellence/promising-practices/2012/10/hurricane-sandy-threatens-east-coasthow-prepare/59032/



Some information below may be more important to overlook for now, and focusing on being properly prepared it again the wisest thing to do, as the the is now 6:07 p.m., October 25, 2012, and the projected impact at this time simply looks dire for the east coast, so again, find the links that help you best below.

The H.A.A.R.P. data sets are intriguing, but again, perhaps inconsequential at this point as simple safety and preparation is what makes for survivors.

Again, On Monday, October 22, 2012, after looking at some H.A.A.R.P. data, I thought perhaps we were in for a massive East Coast natural disaster.

(Although now a past event there, as I wrote this before it arrived there.)

I am not trying to overlook Jamaica, Cuba, or Florida, with all due respect, but what looks like could be happening for the Eastern Coast of The United States looks massive by all data sets thus far.

OCTOBER 25: 

READING 9.1



OCTOBER 24:

READING  8




This is the explanation of the picture above and how to read it.

Read this carefully for better understanding, because it seems to me by most posting I have read, rarely do most folks actually understand what is represented here, because most folks do not have any understanding of H.A.A.R.P., and therefore are clueless what they are looking at.

If that is not you, great, if that is you, take some time here to explore the links below and the valuable information they have to offer for your consideration.

October 24, 2012 - 12:05 a.m. E.S.T. 

from: http://www.haarpstatus.com/status.html

"All systems continue to run good but we are getting some unusually high readings. 

Longwaves - Continue in both the Western and Eastern USA, the Eastern U.S. reading being the strongest.

Shortwave - Has developed within the last three hours over Iowa. Shortwaves are known to peak in under 12 hours. The atmosphere is sensing a change there in Iowa and because this is a shortwave people should stay alert to the changing skies over the next 12 to 24 hours. 

This is the reading for the now 5.5 Magnitude Shortwave in Iowa - 

M3 - M5 - Change is expected and the reading indicates between then and and a few days it will happen. This is considered a moderate reading, which if a short spike can be a nearby event such as severe weather, unexpected lightning, or a tornado."

This is how to read the pictorial representation.

Wavelengths - 

"Shortwaves indicate near events, a high short spike usually means a short term major event is about to happen in that area.
Longwaves and steady increases usually mean a large scale change is developing in the area that will effect a large area's upper level jet stream.
M1 - M2 - Slight change is expected, but overall the weather pattern is not being affected.

M3 - M5 - Change is expected and the reading indicates between then and and a few days it will happen. This is considered a moderate reading, which if a short spike can be a nearby event such as severe weather, unexpected lightning, or a tornado.

M6 - M9 - Significant change is expected. Anything over M7 is rare and special attention must be directed when readings go seven and higher. Severe storms are associated with this reading, which if a short spike can be a nearby event and a long duration and slow build being a large scale change.

M10 - Associated with tornado outbreaks. This also can be strong hurricanes and blizzards."

http://www.haarpstatus.com/status.html



THIS INFORMATION BELOW (PICTORIAL AND ALPHANUMERIC) IS ALREADY EXTREMELY OUTDATED, HOWEVER THE LINK BELOW THE HISTORICAL POSTING WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH A DECENT UPDATE AND OUTLOOK.


"
ZCZC MIATWOAT ALL
TTAA00 KNHC DDHHMM

TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
200 PM EDT WED OCT 24 2012

FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC...CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE GULF OF MEXICO...

THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER IS ISSUING ADVISORIES ON RECENTLY
UPGRADED HURRICANE SANDY...LOCATED JUST SOUTH OF THE EASTERN TIP OF
JAMAICA...AND ON TROPICAL STORM TONY...LOCATED OVER THE CENTRAL
ATLANTIC OCEAN ABOUT 1245 MILES WEST-SOUTHWEST OF THE AZORES.

ELSEWHERE...TROPICAL STORM FORMATION IS NOT EXPECTED DURING THE 
NEXT 48 HOURS.

$$
FORECASTER KIMBERLAIN
NNNN
"

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo_atl.shtml





I posted some rather meager postings on Facebook, just to see what response I would get.

I already realize most folks do not understand H.A.A.R.P and the many facets this program actually entails, weather prognostication just one that is being learned by this relatively new science still in it's infancy, for public knowledge and understanding's sake.

H.A.A.R.P. uses radio waves to study changes in the ionosphere, just one of many layers of the atmospheres in a nut shell.

Other speculation may be read at your fingertips online, however the science and it's fundamentals are what should be better understood to garner a greater mental image of what the information from the "stations" that are recorded and compiled and analyzed actually mean.

It is equally exciting and wonderful science in action, and to some perhaps alarming.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Frequency_Active_Auroral_Research_Program

THIS STORM HAS ALREADY BEEN UPGRADED AND NOW IS EXPECTED TO MAKE A MAJOR IMPACT ON THE EASTERN SEABOARD OR COAST OF THE U.S.A.

Written October 24, 2012:

Based on H.A.A.R.P. data sets, and the storm Sandy in the Atlantic watershed, that has now yesterday been upgraded into a tropical storm, and since, once again upgraded to a hurricane, I believe the east coast of the United States will get hit with a massive storm.

Although that data could change, it does appear to certainly be setting up for a very powerful well defined and ominous storm for the Eastern Coast of the U.S.A., and certainly not to overlook southern and eastern Florida first.

As the storms appears to be getting close to a strike in Jamaica, and then perhaps Cuba and then northward towards Florida, it looks to be likely to strengthen when looking at weather and water temperatures, jet stream(s), and computer models.

How strong has not been sated or projected in the hurricane M1-M5 range as of yet, but it sure looks like a 4-5 when it's outskirt passes over Florida and then heads back into the open Atlantic.

The European model for storm path travel has been more predictably accurate the last few years, and it has it headed.

"All systems continue to run good but we are getting some unusually high readings.

Longwaves - Continue in both the Western and Eastern USA, the Eastern U.S. reading being the strongest.

Shortwave - Has developed within the last three hours over Iowa. Shortwaves are known to peak in under 12 hours. The atmosphere is sensing a change there in Iowa and because this is a shortwave people should stay alert to the changing skies over the next 12 to 24 hours.

This is the reading for the now 5.5 Magnitude Shortwave in Iowa -

M3 - M5 - Change is expected and the reading indicates between then and and a few days it will happen. This is considered a moderate reading, which if a short spike can be a nearby event such as severe weather, unexpected lightning, or a tornado."


I have watched this since it's early development, and it was only this morning the weather on every news channel and the weather channel started openly discussing a likelihood versus the possibility of a major event for the eastern and mid atlantic regions of the United States.

The last time I saw under reporting such as this, or the ability to "spin" the news as to not cause panic, here in Cumberland we had a massive snowfall, atypical and equally not very expected for our area.

I watched that storm close and could not believe that the storm front I was watching then was so massive, yet no "Blizzard" alert was being stated, however, Baltimore's news station on television WJZ I think it is called, said "A Blizzard Warning" has been issued, and then the woman said, whoops, I am sorry that is not correct...and then there was an awkwardness on the air, and they switched screens and coverage.

It was as if "they" were told to say nothing, but planned on letting us know that way.

I was with my ex at the time and we both love the weather, weather patterns, live radar, as well as live radar loops, and study them often.

Even with the "Derecho" I saw that coming, spoke about it with my Mother at length, and battened down the hatches, because it was like nothing I have ever watched in my lifetime at 44 now, and it was a hell of a powerful and different kind of rare storm.


Derecho:

The storm I speak of above, of which I hope to add some of my video too soon.

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/deadly-super-derecho-strikes-m/67383   

5-22-2011 tornado out-break, Joplin MO. (if date is correct)

That above day was highly odd, because I looked at Doppler and told my then girlfriend, whatever we were looking at live on radar, I said. there would be major tornadoes, and within minutes we heard all about the first reports of the outbreak.

The only way I felt that was by looking at the pattern and the entire storm cell seemed to be spinning fast compared to anything I had ever seen on radar before, and as I stated, I enjoy studying and observing it quite often.

I will add a picture of that radar too if I can find one, as it is truly fascinating, and lastly, this is quite a claim and video, but sure is interesting and has a great tune along with it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=i5Zk5oKlWEQ


key words:

Hurricane Sandy, Tropical Storm Sandy 

Hurricane Sandy, Tropical Storm Sandy and The Eastern United States Under a Major Event Watch

Other Worthwhile sites to read up on:


http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/

Great article link below, and I think all very true from my own personal years of research and perspective as far as what H.A.A.R.P. is capable of, http://beforeitsnews.com/paranormal/2012/10/east-coast-haarp-mega-storm-brewing-for-next-week-2444474.html, and here is a link to my blog speaking quite a lot about H.A.A.R.P. that O posted a while ago, and it is written about as equally hokie as the article linked above, but you have to do the research and read the material for yourself and the entire conceptual principle and practice are far too likely to not be truthful, however yet we know not the many ways this system is already utilized. The blog I wrote is very worthwhile because of the links and their origins.

Lots of deep material there to read up on.

http://mountainmaryland.blogspot.com/2012/01/strange-sounds-across-world-being-heard.html

With proper respect for this storm and storm prognostication, what is important is knowing far ahead of time and getting prepared, not too panic, just have a plan, and stick to it. Part of planning is plan A, which means at least followed by plan B, etc., so stay informed, prepared, and give yourself flexibility so required depending on how imminent and serious a threat may be.

What I see today is that we are able to study and image the ionosphere with this precise science, and have what is a million fold better then Doppler radar, because it lets us see very likely possibilities for the real immediate future, and once again, with vision and planning we always have greater success rates for survival, and ultimately, the rest can always be replaced, where need be.

It is a great time to consult with your insurance company, ahead of time to make sure you have the best coverage you can afford, and flooding is one of those things that is often not covered as well as many other natural disasters, so again, planning, education, making proper choices that protect life are all that matter short term.



http://www.floodsmart.gov/floodsmart/

F.E.M.A. ~

The National Flood Insurance Program




http://www.fema.gov/national-flood-insurance-program









THIS IS AN AWESOME PICTURE, (and I will properly credit it once I know it's origin), I simply hope we see nothing quite like this in my hometown (Alexandria, Virginia 15 miles South of Washington D.C.) or in any other city, but I already stocked up on some water, some batteries, have a fire pit always ready in my gathering spot in the yard, and plan on hitting the store for canned goods tomorrow and buying a full tank of gas for the car, as well as filling my two extra 5 gallon containers, because I think I would rather have those things while they are readily available while there is no rush or concern, and no matter what truly happens, I will be able to use this all anyway, so it would certainly not be from a wasteful point of view, but basic preparation.

Here are some good tips for storm preparation, if you have to sit through it, and if this looks to be heading inland or close enough to the shoreline, get out of town now if you can and go enjoy some time elsewhere until it passes.



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Hurricane Preparedness - Be Ready


Two keys to weather safety are to prepare for the risks and to act on those preparations when alerted by emergency officials. These are essential pieces to the Weather-Ready Nation.
Refer to the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) ready.gov/hurricanes for comprehensive information on hurricane preparedness at home and in your community.
Highlights on how to prepare and take action are available below:

Gather Information

Know if you live in an evacuation area. Assess your risks and know your home's vulnerability to storm surge,flooding and wind. Understand National Weather Service forecast products and especially the meaning of NWSwatches and warnings.
Contact your local National Weather Service office and local government/emergency management office. Find out what type of emergencies could occur and how you should respond.

Contacts

Keep a list of contact information for reference.
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  • Local Emergency Management Office
  • County Law Enforcement
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  • State, County and City/Town Government
  • Local Hospitals
  • Local Utilities
  • Local American Red Cross
  • Local TV Stations
  • Local Radio Stations
  • Your Property Insurance Agent

Risk Analysis

Online hazard and vulnerability assessment tools are available to gather information about your risks.
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Plan & Take Action

Everyone needs to be prepared for the unexpected. Your friends and family may not be together when disaster strikes. How will you find each other? Will you know if your children or parents are safe? You may have to evacuate or be confined to your home. What will you do if water, gas, electricity or phone services are shut off?

Supplies Kit

Put together a basic disaster supplies kit and consider storage locations for different situations. Help community members do the same.

Emergency Plans

Develop and document plans for your specific risks.

Health & Environment

Follow guidelines to guard your community's health and protect the environment during and after the storm.

Evacuation

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  • Review the FEMA Evacuation Guidelines to allow for enough time to pack and inform friends and family if you need to leave your home. FOLLOW instructions issued by local officials. Leave immediately if ordered!
  • Consider your protection options to decide whether to stay or evacuate your home if you are not ordered to evacuate.
When waiting out a storm be careful, the danger may not be over yet...
Be alert for:
  • Tornadoes – they are often spawned by hurricanes.
  • The calm "eye" of the storm – it may seem like the storm is over, but after the eye passes, the winds will change direction and quickly return to hurricane force.

Recover

  • Wait until an area is declared safe before returning home.
  • Remember that recovering from a disaster is usually a gradual process.

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THIS WAS ADDED ON 12:22 P.M. E.S.T. OCT 25, 2012, and was posted about an hour ago on Facebook.


There has been a lot of talk about the potential impacts Hurricane Sandy may have on Maryland, MEMA in collaboration with the National Weather Service is monitoring the storm and will provide updates as we receive them. Here are some general preparedness tips to consider as we move into this weekend:

- Put together a disaster supply kit (http://mema.maryland.gov/prepared/Pages/DisasterSupplyKit....See More



UPDATES BY DATE: 

FEBRUARY 20, 2013
Climate Change and Sandy

  • By Sam Eaton
  • Posted 11.15.12
  • NOVA

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/earth/climate-change-sandy.html

RELATED COVERAGE, OCTOBER  25, 2012:


Hurricane Sandy, Winter Storm Hybrid Threatens New York, Delaware, Maine With Bad Weather


AP/The Huffington Post  |  Posted:  Updated: 10/25/2012 10:21 am EDT

"It is likely to hit during a full moon when tides are near their highest, increasing coastal flooding potential, NOAA forecasts warn. And with some trees still leafy and the potential for snow, power outages could last to Election Day, some meteorologists fear. They say it has all the earmarks of a billion-dollar storm."

ANOTHER EXCERPT!

"The Perfect Storm only did $200 million of damage and I'm thinking a billion," said Jeff Masters, meteorology director of the private service Weather Underground. "Yeah, it will be worse." "

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/25/hurricane-sandy-new-york-delaware_n_2013788.html


Hurricane Sandy Poses Growing Threat To East Coast

Published: October 24th, 2012, Last Updated: October 24th, 2012


http://www.climatecentral.org/blogs/hurricane-sandy-poses-growing-threat-to-east-coast-15151

UPDATED 11-07-2012:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mark-tercek/the-next-four-years_b_2088562.html?utm_hp_ref=green