SACRAMENTO – Californians better prepare for doomsday because a Superstorm is on the way – and will destroy everything in its path!
Meteorologists have successfully frightened all Californians Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) Multi Hazards Demonstration Project (MHDP) presented a document outlining the devastating effects of a massive winter storm that is heading for the state of California.
The Superstorm will last for 40 days and dump 30 feet of water on the state, due to an “atmospheric river” that could move water “at the same rate of 90 Mississippis discharging water into the Gulf of Mexico.” Winds could reportedly reach 205 mph.
Over 100 scientists, public policy experts, and engineers are recommending that the State of California prepare for multiple emergency scenarios by shoring up already-existing infrastructure and calling in the U.S. Military to handle disaster relief. A massive earthquake drill is in the works – one that prepares authorities for 5.5 million Californians to be affected and/or displaced.
“This is going to be the most devastating storm to hit any part of the United States in the history of the United States,” said famed climatologist and government expert on natural disasters, Dr. Susan Begley. “This Superstorm will be ten times worst than Hurricane Katrina, because it will cover a much bigger area and it will continue for days, if not weeks.”
Damage is estimated to be in the $400 billion dollar range. An estimated 1.5 million residents will have to be evacuated, and “business interruption costs” could reach $325 billion in addition to the aforementioned property costs.
“This event happens once every 100 or 200 years or so, which puts it in the same category as our big San Andreas earthquakes. This ARkStorm will have twice the strength of two historic storms (January 1969 and February 1986) put together. “It’s the storm of the millennium,” said Dr. Begley.
Many believe that this is Supertorm is the sign of the apocalypse.
The last time a similar storm struck, it covered a 300-mile stretch of the Central Valley, from 1861-1862. According to Geological Survey director Anna Pfeffer, the floods were so bad that the state capital had to be moved to San Francisco! Even larger storms are thought to have hit in the years 212, 440, 603, 1029, 1418, and 1605.
2011 will be the biggest and the deadliest year for a Superstorm – in the history of the world.
The Obama Administration is planning on issuing a warning to all California residents to prepare for the worst. The Administration is considering ordering ALL California residents to leave the state.
Federal and state emergency management officials are gearing up for this “apocalyptic event” and will be holding a press conference with Governor Jerry Brown this weekend to talk about emergency preparations.
This may be the storm that finally be “The Big One” that makes California separate from the United States and drift off into the Pacific.
Most, media outlets are downplaying the Superstorm, so as not to cause panic. But WWN feels it has an obligation to tell the truth to its readers and we will continue to track this deadly storm.