Nibiru Super Storms Are The Future, Says Dr. Ethan Trowbridge
The proximity of a brown dwarf star with seven orbiting planets continues wreaking havoc on Earth’s climate, says Nibiru whistle-blower and former USGS climatologist Dr. Ethan Trowbridge, in response to Hurricane Michael’s catastrophic landfall near Panama City, FL. On the opposite side of the globe, Typhoon Titli triggered heavy rainfall across parts of India.
Some so-called conspiracy theorists believe Weaponized weather is responsible for Hurricane Michael’s rapid intensification, and yet others believe that President Trump ordered a HAARP strike on India in response to President Ram Nath Kovind’s purchase of Russian S-300 air defense missiles. But Dr. Trowbridge insists that planet wide warming caused by Nibiru’s interaction with the sun is responsible for the marked increase in abnormal weather phenomena. The proof, he says, is in the ocean.
Across much of the planet, and particularly the Gulf of Mexico, ocean temperatures are currently three-to-five degrees above average; sea surface temperature in the gulf is nearly eighty-four degrees Fahrenheit, and buoys off the South Carolina coast have recorded record high temperatures for the month of October—eighty-two degrees. This means the oceans remain warm when they should cool down toward winter months.
“Even a one degree variance is sufficient to fuel these storms,” Dr. Trowbridge said. “A five degree difference is unprecedented in meteorological history. This heat and moisture work in tandem to create storms unlike anything man has ever seen. Right now, there are six storms out there, and massive amounts of rainfall over the open water. I wouldn’t be surprised to see more super storms make landfall somewhere in the world before the onset of winter. Nibiru, or Nemesis, or whatever you call the brown dwarf is why.”
He said that although the brown dwarf itself produces only marginal heat, its electrical interaction with our sun essentially makes it a second power source in the sky. He dismisses claims that Nibiru is weakening the sun, saying that our sun is stronger than ever, as evidenced by unparalleled measurements of dangerous ultra-violet radiation penetrating the atmosphere, and has plenty of energy to share. The quantity of energy Nibiru siphons from the sun is negligible, he added.
“When Nibiru nears our sun, and when you consider the vastness of space this could mean 160,000,000 miles, it becomes supercharged, for lack of a better word. Instead of one sun in the sky, we now have two, both heating our planet. This is why people can now see and photograph Nibiru; because the energy it has borrowed from the sun makes it brighten. After Nibiru reaches perigee and leaves our inner solar system, that energy will slowly bleed off, or dissipate, and after a while, the dark star will once again require infrared optics to observe. Until that happens, though, we are in for a rough ride,” Dr. Trowbridge said.
He said the USGS and NASA uniformly agree that Nibiru will reach perigee between November 2020 and February of 2021, which coincides with the current Russian timeline. In the interim, he expects to see a phenomenal uptick of severe weather—hurricanes, flooding, tsunamis, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions.
Playing the devil’s advocate, we asked Dr. Trowbridge why the United States had few tornadoes in 2018 than any year in recorded history.
“You can’t just look at a narrow swath of the planet over a four-month period of time. You must see the big picture to understand what’s going on. As I’ve said before, there is no more winter, summer, spring, or fall. There are no more seasons; there is only Nibiru season,” Dr. Trowbridge said.