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Live Stream! Hurricane Irma Madness: Chaos From the Storm – Reporting From Jim Stone

Thursday, September 7, 2017 7:32
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Reporting from Freelance Reporter Jim Stone check out his website here.



Hurricane Irma is registering on seismometers

Here’s Irma on the Antigua/Barbuda Seismogram


That is why it went blank.

I have only this to say: If you are in the evacuation zone and are determined to stay where you are, Irma is making an ominous looking earthquake. That’s something I never heard of before.

UPDATE: The way the trajectory cone is going, (if this continues) Irma is not going to strike Florida.

Flying cars in Barbuda

Imagen news did a broadcast where they interviewed people in Barbuda. They said it was surreal, with cars flying over houses and “people’s heads”. Irma threw cars seemingly without effort. The people being interviewed were still stunned by what they witnessed.

Their tesimony of “over people’s heads” can happen without anyone getting blown away, it all depends upon where the cars were when the wind picked them up, and how sheltered the area was where the people were.

Moral of the story: If you are in Irma’s path and have more than one car, drive whatever you can out of there because you might lose it if you don’t, people in Barbuda (numerous people) claimed to witness cars flying high in the air like litter in the wind. And oh, you are driving out of there, RIGHT???

There is a FOURTH storm system developing behind hurricane Jose

Take a look at the winds in this Earth wind map. In the lower right hand corner, you can see a new probable future hurricane beginning to form. The rotation is obviously there. Very interesting map.


Just a few hours ago there was one hurricane, a tropical storm, and a tropical depression. So I went online for the nightly post, and there are now 3 hurricanes??!!??

Katia will be the one to watch. Katia is heading straight across super warm carribbean waters and will build strength faster than anything. I’d bet that by tomorrow (Thursday morning) Katia will be a category 3. Jose will not be as strong as Irma. Katia could easily become the strongest of the 4.

How do I know? EASY: Because hurricanes never hit record breaking levels without crossing the Carribbean, and Katia was born in the Carribean, is already a hurricane, is near shore, and headed out to sea. Carribean hurricanes are worse than Atlantic hurricanes. Irma is only record breaking in the Atlantic. Katia has a lot more heat to build with. The movements are perfect. Katia will be the worst.

What if I am wrong? Will I be guilty of a false prediction? ANSWER: Do you stop listening to the weather man after he screws up 900 times? I can be wrong about the weather once!

Tomorrow morning before 9 AM (or when the next subsequent NOAA update is given: Katia – winds between 95 and 110 mph. Before 6 PM: Katia, winds between 110 and 130 mph. I bet I am right!

Irma a category 6? NOT HARDLY!!!

Irma may be the strongest Atlantic hurricane on record, but much stronger hurricanes have hit Mexico after warming up in the Carribbean. Ditto for typhoons, which are hurricanes in a different geographic area.

Irma is obviously hurricane armageddon, but it is not a worldwide record setter by any means. Even a brief look at the topic pegs hurricane Allen as far larger, with a far lower barometric pressure and stronger winds, and hurricane Allen was not the worst. So when you read stories about how IRMA is the worst ever, keep in mind there are people after click bait who won’t spend even 5 minutes to get their story straight.

Hate to be that blunt about it, and by all means if Irma is on it’s way to you, GET OUT OF THE WAY, I am not saying Irma is anything casual!

elievably perfect for max strengthening and destruction. Irma popped up out of nowhere from tropical storm straight to category 2 before anyone could take any in between measurements. And now the max sustained winds are 175 mph???!!! when I went to bed they were 132 mph. How did that happen overnight?

There is no escaping a hard reality: It’s gonna be BAD.

Ok, so let’s say you are stuck in the damage path and you are south of the U.S. border. There is a cheap brand of tools in Mexico called Lion. They have awesome tape. Use their tape to tape your glass if you can’t do anything else. Don’t use scotch or any brand from wal mart. I confirmed with the CD’s while mailing them that the clear packing tape from Lion is stronger and stickier than any other tape I have ever seen. That’s for Mexico. In the U.S., you had better get going preparing, everyone pays attention to the max wind speed at the eye wall but if you are in a zone where the winds are 120 mph or less, you might get through this unscathed if you board up your windows NOW.

KEY POINT: Irma is getting SO NASTY that you won’t have to be anywhere near a direct hit to have everything get ripped up. Don’t just watch where the eye is going, even if it looks like you are not going to get a direct hit prepare anyway, Irma might be the storm of the century.

What will Irma do if it makes landfall with 200 plus MPH winds? Here’s what: The grass in your yard will be gone. Tornado zones call this “scouring”, where the storm is so bad it actually rips the earth up. This type of hurricane actually digs dirt. It strips off everything, there will be no trees. Wooden houses will look like an F5 tornado zone. Irma might be the type of storm that strips everything bare to the ground. Skyscrapers will handle it with broken windows. But even cinder block buildings will be blown over. Having a “brick house” won’t cut it. Even if you are lucky enough to have a house made of solid concrete, the windows will be gone and there will be no place to hide from the wind as it rips through broken windows, throwing glass everywhere. Closing the bedroom door in the “one last safe room” probably won’t work, because the wind coming through the windows will probably break the door.

Don’t be a storm chaser with Irma, because you’ll be dead. Unless something radically weakens Irma, you’ll be dead if you stay where it makes landfall. It won’t matter how good your observation area is.

Let’s just hope I’m being doomy with this, but I’d bet I am not!

Remember: I call B.S. on fake hurricanes with good accuracy. I have done it 3 times now. There is absolutely no reason this time around to conclude Irma is fake. Irma may not be entirely natural, but it sure is not fake.

I host the Church of Mabus radio show and it is going on 8 years. I’ve been in the paranormal community for 20 years. I provide content from a network of sources and guests and allies. Ranging from Politics to the Paranormal and the Spiritual. You can check out my other articles here at my BIOGRAPHY at BIN and you can check out my free radio show at this link HERE. Thanks for showing your support and stopping by!

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