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Scientific American: "Floods come faster, last longer and are less predictable than in the past"
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05-17-2019, 09:23 PM #1
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"But the spring floods of 2019—which experts generally agree are the most damaging in 25 years—are among a new generation of Mississippi River crests that bear only passing resemblance to the floods of distant past."

"Experts say the new floods come faster and more furiously than their 20th-century counterparts. They last longer and are less predictable."

FYI: I never followed the weather before. Yet I've been positing info about flooding not sure if it was just fickle Mother Nature or 5G. To me people who worried about the weather seemed like they were hypochondriacs who needed to add more anxiety to their lives needlessly.

I guessed it was 5G causing this season's weather, but we need more evidence, right?

So I stick my neck out to say "watch to see if we are in a new era caused by 5G" because the addition of more electromagnetic waves that ate all positively charged might have an effect.

It's a matter of physical law when it comes to the weather. Sure enough Scientific American is the latest to confirm something different is at play.

We are reaching a point where maybe it's not a wild guess that 5G is the reason for so many crazy and repeated storms.


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