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Where are the hurricanes this year?
Hurricanes do damage and bring about heavy rain, but what happened this year? What has caused the hurricanes to vanish? Does the US have the technology to change the weather? Can H.A.A.R.P. actually alter the weather patterns?
Apparently, in the Phillipines: http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/20 … 35072.html
No, and no.
I believe that an Asian country has found a way to make it rain literally, changing the weather. My guess, that's all it is, is that we've simply lucked up here on the east coast. After Sandy and other weather related problems, I guess we really could use a prolonged break. Here's to hoping all stays quiet
I went without electricity for nine and a half days after Hurricane Sandy last year, and five days without it after Hurricane Irene the year before...so I would be absolutely fine with a quiet hurricane season this year.
I am from the UK, but I think that hurricane season usually starts in August and lasts through to September. Apparently, this is when conditions for the formation of a hurricane front above an ocean are at their most optimum. I'd keep a look out in the news from here on in!
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