On October 18, 2013 — we witnessed a large microwave pulse over the West Pacific (showing up on the microwave background imagry from CIMSS).
On top of Typhoon Francisco, on top of Tropical Depression TWENTY SEVEN, today, October 20th, we now have Tropical Depression TWENTY EIGHT. A newly formed storm inside the microwave pulsed area from October 18th, 2013.
Two storms, inside the pulse, within 48 hours.
What are the chances?
Watch the previous video made here explaining Tropical Storm TWENTY SEVEN’s formation:
The video above can be summed up as such : Within 24 hours of the pulse occurring, a new tropical system developed directly inside the pulsed area epicenter, forming a new storm (currently called Tropical Depression TWENTY SEVEN). I also made a post on this, you can check that post here.
Move forward another 24 hours, and a NEW system has formed , called Tropical Depression TWENTY EIGHT. Ironically, this new storm also formed inside the pulsed area epicenter, just a bit south from the previous storm.
Thus, within 48 hours of a giant microwave pulse occurring, we see two large tropical systems develop inside the area which was pulsed.
Make note, in the picture below, or in the animation at the beginning of this article, you can clearly see the RIPPLE EFFECT in the pulse as it is transmitted.
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