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Cebu in the Orbital Crosshairs?

December 3, 2012

bopha12-4 Update

All, the typhoon went just to the South of Cebu I believe. Cebu had torrential flooding in Sept. time frame which I believe was most likely linked to the July sinkhole event. Between 2-3 months seems typical.

This is really just nature’s way. Intense solar storms will increase extreme weather on Earth through orbital dark matter as it has always done.


I have not really been tracking things to closely on the other side of the globe but I do notice this:

July 11, 2012  Cebu, Phillipines Massive Sinkhole in River

Dec 3rd, 2012 Typhoon Bopha/Pablo Bearing Down on Phillipines

Elapsed Time: 4 1/2 Months from sinkhole to Hurricane

From my recent post on Hurricane Isaac

Elapsed Time: 3 1/2 Months from solar flare event to Hurricane Isaac

There were solar flares May through July 2012 and I have not tried to match them all up.

Are the particles all orbiting home from the time of the Summer solar storms that launched them into Earth orbit?  Different momentums & particle interactions will result in different orbital decay rates.

Glad to see the sun shares her orbital joy with us. We need the cooling, just not all the destruction that goes with it.


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