Sunday, 20 October 2013

Large Microwave Pulse produces TWO tropical storms in Asia within 48 hours

Reported by Dutchsinse:

On October 18, 2013 — we witnessed a large microwave pulse over the West Pacific (showing up on the microwave background imagry from CIMSS). On top of Typhoon Francisco, on top of Tropical Depression TWENTY SEVEN,  today, October 20th, we now have Tropical Depression TWENTY EIGHT.  A newly formed storm inside the microwave pulsed area from October 18th, 2013. 
Could this electromagnetic energy be coming from satellite, ship, or docking stations out at sea, using transmitter antennas?

Two storms, inside the pulse, within 48 hours.

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