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“After a Hurricane Comes a Rainbow” and now you know why Katy

April 16, 2013

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Those double rainbows are just one of the many particle strings that make up the atmospheric disturbance we humans have given the name “Hurricane”. The disturbance does not originate from Earth’s atmosphere, it originates 93 million miles away in one or more of those dark matter 1-branes orbiting the Sun.  They pull extreme vacuum and condense and cool their surroundings in a gaseous environment like they do in the Hydrogen atmosphere of the Sun as well as within Earth’s atmospheric gasses, creating the disturbance as they orbit for months.  They are expelled towards Earth during coronal mass ejections (CMEs). They will make up a large part of the missing 95% dark matter/energy within the universe.  These “cosmic” strings were not just created at the beginning of the universe.  The Sun’s P-brane is creating these 1-branes(strings) of dark matter and expelling them into the solar system. They coalesce with the Earth’s branes and trigger auroras and such as they emit low energy cosmic radiation and generate our severe thermodynamic upsets in our atmosphere.

Godspeed,

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