H/t reader squodgy:
Of course it won’t have any connection whatsoever to an accumulation of highly radioactive particles drifting across the ocean and settling off the California shelf.
It is coincidentally 4 years since the radioactive conveyor belt was kick started.
Just trying to join the dots, that’s all. I may be presumptious, but something has to explain it and Government lies.”
In my opinion HAARP is the main cause for the blob and the drought:
– California Drought Emergency: Weather Modification Through HAARP & Chemtrails – Satellite Photos Show Pacific Storms Stopped Cold, Destroyed
TPTB have planned the same fate for Europe. If they will push their plans through you will be able to walk through the Rhine.
– Dust Bowl 2.0: California’s Historic Drought About To Get Even Worse As “Snowpack Melts Early Across The West”
– ‘The blob’ in Pacific Ocean might be to blame for California drought, erratic US weather – studies (RT, April 10, 2015):
Coined “the blob,” a massive patch of warm water off the US West Coast is contributing to warmer-than-average drought conditions in states like California, in addition to lower temperatures on the US East Coast, according to two new reports.
The blob — measuring about 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) in diameter and 300 feet (91 meters) deep — is currently positioned against the West Coast. It is about 2 to 7 degrees Fahrenheit (1 to 4 degrees Celsius) above normal average temperature. Climate scientist Nick Bond was first to call the warm weather anomaly “the blob” nearly a year ago.
“In the fall of 2013 and early 2014 we started to notice a big, almost circular mass of water that just didn’t cool off as much as it usually did, so by spring of 2014 it was warmer than we had ever seen it for that time of year,”said Nick Bond of the University of Washington-based Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, a joint research center of the school and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Continue reading »
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