This is the second storm following the same track from the North Arabian Sea within a week. The first storm hit Yemen as a Tropical Storm with wind speeds of 60 mph and a lot of rain. Reports state Yemen was ravaged by the first storm. Most likely the majority of damage was due to flooding.
Tropical Cyclone Megh will also hit Yemen as a Tropical Storm with wind speeds under 73 mph and even more rain.
Both storms appear man-made as these storms are happening in an area where cyclones are seldom seen. Both storms are following the same track. Both storms have been directed towards Yemen and in particular its capitol, Sanaa and main port Aden.
Tanker traffic through the Suez Canal will stop until the storm passes.
The fighting in Yemen is rarely reported in western media. It is a war where Saudi Arabia is the aggressor and has repeatedly bombed and attacked Yemen. There are videos [see below] of two nuclear attacks on military bases on the outskirts of Sanaa. From the evidence of ionizing radiation affecting the cell phone videos, it is likely one of the bombs was a neutron bomb. The bombs most likely came from Israel and the fissionable material from the USA.
The rain will have the benefit of washing residual radiation into the sea and slowing the conflict. Briefly the desert will bloom and crops will increase. This weapon of war can have positive uses.
Israeli Saudi Arabia Tactical Nuclear Strike on Yemen Neutron Bomb 2015
Published on Aug 19, 2015
Published on May 25, 2015 By: Zig Zag
Israeli / Saudi Arabia Tactical Nuclear Strike on Yemen (Neutron Bomb)
A neutron bomb or officially known as one type of Enhanced Radiation Weapon is a low yield fission-fusion thermonuclear weapon (hydrogen bomb) in which the burst of neutrons generated by a fusion reaction is intentionally allowed to escape the weapon, rather than being absorbed by its other components. The weapon's radiation case, usually made from relatively thick uranium, lead or steel in a standard bomb, are instead made of as thin a material as possible to facilitate the greatest escape of fusion produced neutrons. The "usual" nuclear weapon yield—expressed as kilotons of TNT equivalent—is not a measure of a neutron weapon's destructive power. It refers only to the energy released (mostly heat and blast), and does not express the lethal effect of neutron radiation on living organisms.
Compared to a pure fission bomb with an identical explosive yield, a neutron bomb would emit about ten times the amount of neutron radiation. In a fission bomb at sea level, the total radiation pulse energy which is composed of both gamma rays and neutrons is approximately 5% of the entire energy released; in the neutron bomb it would be closer to 40%. Furthermore, the neutrons emitted by a neutron bomb have a much higher average energy level (close to 14 MeV) than those released during a fission reaction (1–2 MeV). Technically speaking, all low yield nuclear weapons are radiation weapons, that is including the non-enhanced variant. Up to about 10 kilotons in yield, all nuclear weapons have prompt neutron radiation as their most far reaching lethal component, after which point the lethal blast and thermal effects radius begins to out-range the lethal ionizing radiation radius. Enhanced radiation weapons also fall into this same yield range and simply enhance the intensity and range of the neutron dose for a given yield
Saudi Nuclear Attack on Yemen using a Tactical Nuke Bunker Buster Warhead
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