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Alaskan Category 3 Ice Storm Geoengineered – Here is Your Proof!

Published on November 17, 2011 by   ·   No Comments

Roxy Lopez/The Truth Denied

Alaska Storm Geoengineered!

On November 9, 2011, the strongest storm to hit Alaska’s western coast in almost four decades also left 37 communities with catastrophic damage.

The Huffington Post reported that “Emergency responders called the storm an epic event that displaced residents, flooded the shoreline, ripped up roofs and knocked out power in many villages. “

They also stated that “the storm that pounded the Bering Sea coast this week carried gusts of nearly 90 mph and created tides as high as 10 feet above normal.”

“Was this Alaska storm geoengineered?” Roxy Lopez has every reason to believe that indeed it was .

Let’s back up 2 weeks.

Roxy Lopez discussed this idea at length on Saturday the 12th with aviation expert Mark McCandlish. Mark was open to the idea that the Alaskan storm was geoengineered based on a timeline of events that occurred in Alaska 2 weeks prior to the Alaskan storm.

Lopez’s husband is a deep sea crab and Cod fisherman, and has been for over 2 decades. He was out on the PAVLOF for the cod season that began September 1st, and as a rule, the season ends no later than November 21st or sooner if quotas are reached earlier in the season.

Fishermen purchase “quotas” before the season begins, and each boat or company is subjected to the amount of their purchase, per government rules.  The law is in place to prevent overfishing.

Basically, once you catch your quota, you’re out of there. Season is over for you and your crew.

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