An interesting “urgent bulletin” circulating in the Kremlin today issued by the Ministry of Transport (MoT) is “warning/strongly advising” that all Federation maritime concerns “remove/displace” their shipping vessels from the Atlantic Ocean region as sometime during the next fortnight (14-days) a catastrophic “storm of the century” event is likely to occur along the Eastern coastal regions of the United States. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this bulletin, MoT experts have identified an Atlantic Ocean “disturbance”, known as Invest 99L, that is being “severely and abnormally” affected by what is called the South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) that stretches across most of South America to the Southern part of Africa.
South Atlantic Anomaly
The South Atlantic Anomaly, this bulletin explains, is an area where the Earth’s inner Van Allen radiation belt comes closest to the Earth’s surface dipping down to an altitude of 200 kilometers (120 mi), but over this past year has become “erratically intense”—which coincides with The European Space Agency (ESA) reporting in June (2016) that our Earth’s magnetic field is weakening at an alarming rate for reasons scientists have yet to explain.
The extreme and alarming danger posed to Invest 99L by the South Atlantic Anomaly, this bulletin notes, is that when these two “forces” meet/merge, for any amount of time, the growth of this storm will “become explosive” and reach into the ionosphere (the edge of space) due to the inability of the upper reaches of our atmosphere to freeze this storms water and inhibit its growth—and as detailed in Doctor-Scientist Blanca Mendoza’s, of the Instituto de Geofisica Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, groundbreaking research paper titled The Effects of Space Weather on Hurricane Activity.
Catastrophic “super-storms” like Invest 99L is feared to become with its merging with the South Atlantic Anomaly, this bulletin continues, begin their life cycle in the African Sahara Desert where rapidly changing temperatures cause powerful winds, and that then cross the Atlantic Ocean, sometimes gaining in strength and becoming what are called hurricanes.
Most strangely, at least to us, is that while the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts long range computer models are confirming the fears this MoT bulletin is expressing about this potential “storm of the century” ready to strike the US, we can find no evidence that the Obama regime is preparing, or even telling, the American about what may occur—with the only warning to these people we’ve able to find coming from an independent weather researcher who is, likewise, warning that only 10 days are left until impact.
By: Sorcha Faal