Red flags raised, China hacks U.S. weather network, drills coming
By Shepard Ambellas
NEW YORK (INTELLIHUB.COM) — On a recent episode of CBS This Morning, top physics professor, Michio Kaku, explained what Americans may be in for in the coming days, weeks, as a polar vortex, a superstorm larger than “Sandy” is set to engulf the upper portion of the U.S..
Kaku says that temperatures may plunge “30 degrees below normal” and that transportation may be disrupted, peaking between the 13th and 15th on the month.
Kaku also says, “get used to it, because the Earth is changing” and that ripples will last through the end of the month.
However, all of this may dovetail into a massive FEMA drill already set to take place on Nov. 13, in FEMA Region II, as reported by Intellihub.com.
Furthermore the Washington Post reported, “Hackers from China breached the federal weather network recently, forcing cybersecurity teams to seal off data vital to disaster planning, aviation, shipping and scores of other crucial uses” possibly coinciding with the plan.
Kaku also reports that “we are in the bullseye”.
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