Strange sounds and weather in many places.

dianag

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Strange sounds and weather in many places.

I had just watched this and wanted to share here. I am glad you have done so. The new city to be built on the Mt Sinai area showing the burned top of the mountain has been covered by a man named Bob Cornuke. He is called the Indiana Jones of Bible Archeology. The crossing of the Red Sea has been covered by others who have done filmed documentaries showing the chariot wheels under the water and the bones of horses.

I am watching a second video of the Godrules channel on Youtube which shows wild weather in Austria, Germany and Australia, huge snow storms, hail the size of the palm of your hand, and more. He shows what looks like spiders falling from the sky in South America. Really wild stuff.
 

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This "Godrules" channel truly knows how to emotionally manipulate people with his fear based narration and music, coupled with lack of information. Why watching this stuff?
 

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This "Godrules" channel truly knows how to emotionally manipulate people with his fear based narration and music, coupled with lack of information. Why watching this stuff?
Well said. I think extreme weathers are caused by our atmospheric condition having winters here on the planet.

With that said I think extreme weathers had no place here prior to Earth without seasons.
 

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Well said. I think extreme weathers are caused by our atmospheric condition having winters here on the planet.

With that said I think extreme weathers had no place here prior to Earth without seasons.
I wasn't emotionally manipulated by his channel or videos. I have been watching videos on weather extremes happening all over the world for about 7-8 years. I find it fascinating, mainly because MSM rarely reports on other nations having weather related crisis. The weather is the weather. There have been droughts and floods reported for centuries.

My fascination is that when I was growing up there were only 5 named cloud formations when I took Earth Science. Now there are between 12-15 named cloud formations. That is a big change and it makes me suspicious of any possible technology that can manipulate our weather. I'm 70 years old and have live through 2 tornadoes, 1 hurricane and 2 wind shears, so yes weather is interesting to me. I have been through a flash flood as well. Was probably about a minute or two of having my car covered with water and got out before my engine was under water.
 

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In regards to the strange sounds in the sky look up what the sound of ice makes when cracking.
 

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My fascination is that when I was growing up there were only 5 named cloud formations when I took Earth Science. Now there are between 12-15 named cloud formations
@dianag You are so right! I remember having to learn the 5 different type of clouds in 8th grade earth science back in the 80s. I wonder if chemtrail clouds are on the new list since that is what I usually see now. Unless there are storms rolling through the area.

My husband and I talk about weather and all the new terminology all the time. Every year, they keep coming up with new words to describe weather events that never occurred before (at least in recorded history) like atmospheric river, straight-line hurricane or derecho, bomb cyclone, polar vortex, etc. Then there are events that have older names but are now being applied to areas that did not have those events. I had heard the term haboob all the time in reference to the Middle East. Now Arizona is said to have haboobs as well. (Archer says: PHRASING).
2011 haboob.JPG

Not to mention, every year there is another 100 year storm /flood/hurricane. How can it be a once in a century event if it is occurring every couple of years. The weather casters are now naming regular storm systems, not just typhoons and hurricanes. Makes you have to wonder why. Is it because they expect these to become more common, more dangerous and more deadly? If you name them, it is easier to refer to them if they become historic...

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