Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) Casued By Microwave Pulse? Over 10,000 People Are Reportedly Dead in Philipinnes

Super Typhoon Haiyan, or the Typhoon Yolanda, wreaked massive havoc to the property, agriculture, infrastructure and civilian life especially in the city of Tacloban, Philippines. Over 10,000 people have been feared dead as Haiyan caused a heavy landfall in Philippines. The figure was confirmed by a Philippine official. Although the official number is yet to arrive due to the faults in communication lines, relief authorities suggest the number is very large.

More than 6 lakh people were displaced with the force of the landfall, making it tougher for the authorities to provide relief to the affected people of the villages. With no access to food, medicines and other basic amenities, and relief operations not starting quickly due to affected airports, the condition is very serious. The category 5 storm, one of the most dangerous and forceful typhoons of the world, was caused by a microwave pulse according to some reports. The microwave anomaly that has been observed in the West Pacific, that caused a heavy rotation to develop thus leading to a very large storm.

Dr Michio Kaku discussed microwave anomalies that cause tropical storms on CNN before. The 13-minute video went viral on social network websites such as Facebook, with explanations of how the phenomenon exactly occurs. The findings and origin of the microwave pulse were explained in the video. In the video, it was explained that a U.S base was located near the place where the anomaly occurred. All this happened within one day of the microwave anomaly that eventually led to the development of a large tropical storm. No confirmation nor a rejection has yet arrived from the U.S as far as the allegations are concerned.… Read the rest

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