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TYPHOON HEADING TO FUKUSHIMA

Posted by George Freund on June 18, 2012 at 6:35 PM

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We seldom do the weather on Conspiracy Cafe, but there are events worth taking a long hard look at. This is one of them. Typhoon Guchol is bearing down on Japan as we speak. It's winds are maxing out at 150mph.

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Guchol, a tropical cyclone in the western Pacific, rapidly strengthened Saturday afternoon, local time. Winds are now in excess of 150 mph, making Guchol a super typhoon, the highest classification for tropical cyclones in the western Pacific.

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In fact, the main threat the storm poses to the main island of Japan will be its torrential rains. Heavy rain could lead to mudslides and flash flooding, especially in the mountains just west of Tokyo.

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This present course will allow us to see how the storm may be altered to hit Fukushima directly. It is well within the capabilities of technology to steer storms. The NWO is looking for an extinction level event to wreak havoc upon the Earth. Guchol means spice.

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Typhoon Guchol from another estimated track

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To add insult to injury, this is a one two punch. There is another tropical storm forming in the South China Sea. This storm will most likely trail Guchol. If they join, what then? The storm is called Talim. In Urdu it means education or learning. In the production of rugs it refers to the description of the number of pile knots and their colours.

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