Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Tornado in Massachusetts? Another Fallout Tornado!




The tornado in Massachusetts was another radioactive fallout induced tornado. As explained before the fallout from the Fukushima reactors is supercooling the upper atmosphere when I-131 condense surrounding water molecules with added energy/radiation release. This supercooling is *Not Normal* for this time of year and so the warmer ground temperatures create these conditions for tornadoes.

No major media has yet broken this story. Which surprises me because it is so important that places not prepared for tornadoes realize they can happen almost *anywhere* when you have enough fallout in the atmosphere. Here is the diagram posted last time which shows what's happening:




Tornadoes anywhere are possible right now. New York? Washington DC? The concentration of the I-131 is a constant problem until the Japanese get that reactor covered and to stop dumping seven tons per hour of irradiated gases into the atmosphere headed for the United States.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous1:34 PM

    Correlation between 1953 and 2011? Many deadly tornadoes both years.
    2011 Fukushima. 1953, above ground atmospheric nuclear testing in Nevada.

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