Thanks to a rogue star system slowly approaching our planet, parts of the United States will experience a terrible tornado season, says Nibiru whistle-blower and former USGS climatologist Dr. Ethan Trowbridge. The brown dwarf and its orbiting planets, he says, are heating the Earth’s oceans, generating fuel that powers tornadic activity. Super cells form when warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico clashes with cool, dry air from Canada. When the two air masses meet, they create atmospheric instability that can easily spawn devastating tornadoes within the area of rotation.
Activity in Tornado Alley, a colloquial term used to describe part of the United States where tornadoes are most frequent, historically peaks in May and June, months when atmospheric ingredients favor the formation of long-track EF3 or stronger tornadoes. Humankind now has another ingredient to worry about: Nibiru.
Nibiru, he says, has fully escaped the sun’s gravitational pull and is heading on a course the will carry it between Earth and Sol sometime between April 2019 and December 2020. Yet even at a distance of approximately 110,000,000 miles, the brown dwarf, and to some extent the larger planets of the system, are able to influence our fragile climate in multiple ways.
“The Nemesis star and the outermost orbital have gravitational fields exponentially stronger than Earth’s,” said Dr. Trowbridge. “Even now, our axis tilt, or obliquity, has changed from a normal 23 degrees to 27.5 degrees. Our orbital inclination has also changed, even if imperceptibly. Even the slightest change has consequences. Even a one-degree shift in ocean and surface temperature can have catastrophic consequences. Right now, the waters in the Gulf are three degrees higher than last year. This is a disaster in the making.”
Moreover, he said the brown dwarf star has been bombarding Earth with massive doses of electron neutrinos, and contrary to mainstream scientific assertions, excessive neutrino emissions, regardless of source, physically alters the target. In May 2012, the USGS, NASA, and FEMA secretly produced a forecast map illustrating the destruction of several major cities—DFW, Tulsa, Wichita, Kansas City, and, most interestingly, Atlanta by violent tornadoes.
These storms, Dr. Trowbridge says, will make the multiple-vortex EF5 that in 2011 destroyed Joplin, MO and killed 158 people seem like a gentle breeze.
“Soon, they’ll have to change the EF-Fujita scale to accommodate more destructive storms. Joplin’s was one mile wide with wind speeds in excess of 200mph. Imagine a tornado two or three miles with speeds exceeding 300mph, tracking across a 100-mile swath of land. That is what the future is looking like. People living in Tornado Alley need to stay vigilant this year.”
In closing, Dr. Trowbridge says we may have a saving grace. The sun has recently entered a solar minimum, a protracted period when sunspot and solar flare activity diminishes, blunting global warming.
“This may, and I stress the word may, mitigate the formation of tornados never seen in our lifetime. But even if we have scores of 250mph wind tornados instead of hundreds of 300+mph wind tornados, places will be utterly annihilated and many people will perish.”