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tracking hurricane isaac cell 1 – texas to oklahoma cell2 east coast atlantic miami to new york city rhode island boston new jersey prediction 545 am edt sun 26 aug 2012

August 26, 2012

tracking hurricane isaac cell 1 – texas to oklahoma cell2 east coast atlantic miami to new york city rhode island boston new jersey prediction 545 am edt sun 26 aug 2012

tracking hurricane isaac cell 1 – texas to oklahoma cell2 east coast atlantic miami to new york city rhode island boston new jersey prediction 545 am edt sun 26 aug 2012

the idea girl says

this will happen after Hurricane Isaac develops in the gulf of mexico the two large cells you see on the caribbean satellite will split into two or more depending on what the x class particles decide to do in the geomagnetic storm activity for the past week the cells have been doing a practice run in the SAME direction.

they are heading NNE at the moment on both sides, but the cells in the gulf are signalling them to return.. they will come back down the exact same electronic grid (they are always in a line like little soldiers which tells me they must have x class solar particles in them – the aurora’s have appeared since 25 aug 2012 in iceland, tropical wind currents bring them down into north america where the create intense lightning storms freaky looking stuff and connect cells from west to east coasts of north america from canada KP4 to KP9 in the USA on the map (see spaceweather for details of WHEN the storms are happening)

kp map 4-9 canada usa pacific ocean gulf of mexico atlantic ocean and auroras x class solar plasma particles create geomagnetic storm cells – tornado flooding heavy rains high winds over 150 km per hour

kp map 4-9 canada usa pacific ocean gulf of mexico atlantic ocean and auroras x class solar plasma particles create geomagnetic storm cells – tornado flooding heavy rains high winds over 150 km per hour

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