TX scalar square, HAARP ring precede tornado outbreak
By Rady Ananda
On 2 April 2012, Dutch Sinse uploaded a video capture of odd weather patterns which, he predicted, would turn out some nasty weather including tornadoes. He gave it 24-48 hours. The first area studied was south Texas. On April 3, 400 miles to the north, Dallas-Ft. Worth saw an 18-count tornado outbreak, per Fox News Latina.
In this video, Dutch Sinse explains Square Waves, Sawtooth Sweeps, and Circle Sweeps (cloud formations) in Texas, the East Coast, and in Minnesota and Wisconsin, saying, “The areas below have just seen a large frequency injection — done via ground based station at local RADAR sites — this very well may produce damaging winds, hail, and possible tornadoes at or very close to the ‘ring and square’ epicenters.”
Fox News reports on Apr. 4: “Strong storms hit the lower 48 states yesterday, producing over 220 reports of severe weather from the Plains to the Southeast.
“Eighteen tornadoes were reported, all of them from the Dallas-Fort Worth area into Northeastern Texas. Baseball-size hail caused damage to airplanes at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, forcing hundreds of cancellations even through Wednesday.”
Sherry Enochs, stands in what is left of her home as she recounts the tornado that struck her home Wednesday, April 4, 2012, in Forney, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) (AP2012)
A vehicle is covered in tornado debris in Dallas, Texas Wednesday, April 4, 2012. (AP Photo/Robert Ray) (AP2012)
April 03, 2012: April Bridges searches through the remains of a house she at when it was destroyed by a tornado in Arlington, Texas. Multiple tornadoes touched down across the Dallas/Fort Worth area causing extensive damage. (Getty)
Here’s Dutch’s April 3rd response to the tornadoes: