Hurricanes, Cyclones and Typhoons

Hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons will in best of situations pick on thousands of the best fish in the oceans and feed the masses of people inland. Hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons are always shy of the equator line and will prefer to keep a distance of at least 10 degrees south or north from the equator line. Hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons love the eastern coast lines of continents and therefore shall not be found in the western coastlines of any continent.

The pressure in a tropical cyclone is too low extending up to the sky. This low pressure is an attraction to more clouds towards cyclone’s centre. A Hurricane in Miami will attract all the clouds in as far as California thus making California go without rains for days. This low pressure will attract fish toward its centre and fish likes it. The fish is then pushed upwards into the sky believing it’s a part of the ocean. The moment the storm hit the land, you may just be having a combination of rain and fish.

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