(October 28, 2012) Before getting into this, I need to clarify that when I use the word HAARP, it is a catch-all phrase for the various weather modification systems, sort of like the word Kleenex.
And now I am just going to cut to the chase.
Sandy is an impossible storm. The Washington Post reported that Sandy has had a peak negative pressure of 934 millibars.
That is an impossibly low pressure for a storm as weak as Sandy. 934 millibars is a pressure consistent with a strong category 4 hurricane.
Yet Sandy peaked at category 2, and despite presently being at around 950 millibars, which is smack dab in the middle of a strong category 3 hurricane pressure wise, Sandy is now struggling as a tropical storm tenuously scraping the bottom of category 1 wind speeds.
This is an oddity that just does not add up, an oddity which pegs Sandy as being a nearly failed weather modification attempt rather than a genuine event.
The proof is in the fact that Sandy's performance is not living up to the negative pressure readings.