By Kanti Kasa
January 29th 2014
And just when you thought the stories of HAARP was all over! Well apparently, HAARP definitely exists, and is still being used today! We've stumbled across a video which was posted this morning regarding snow, and how it did not melt normally.. but it was more, on the scale of "Not Normal", and just plain weird! The snow melted like nothing.. as a matter of fact, it melted more like Styrofoam! Crazy right? We thought so too, which is why we decided to share the video with you all.
The video was made and posted by the artist; Dredlakh RA
"Is this even eatable?" I've wondered and asked out loud.
When kids go outside to play in the snow during the cold winter season, the first thing they do is look up to the sky, and open their mouths to try to catch the cold flakes, only to see what it tastes like. Is this even safe to do anymore? So many questions, though they haven't.. really been answered. I guess with Styrofoam snow, kids might as well eat the Styrofoam which comes in packages.
What are your thoughts on this? Feel free to leave a comment!
Fantasy Crew's WHHA Radio Show writer; Kanti Kasa
Published January 29th 2014; CopyRight © 2014
The video was published and created by Dredlakh RA - All Rights Reserved
By WBRC Staff - email
Posted: Jan 28, 2014 3:03 PM EST
Updated: Jan 28, 2014 8:37 PM EST
If you can see a business, church or other establishment that you can drive or walk to, authorities urge you to do so before dark.
Law enforcement and emergency personnel also recommend that if you are already in a warm place, you should consider staying there for the duration.
Here are a list of places that have made themselves available for drivers to find shelter and a place to stay warm:
-Birmingham Botanical Gardens are temporarily open as a shelter for drivers
-Boutwell Auditorium in Birmingham (open as a warming shelter through Thursday morning)
-Southside Baptist Church, 1016 19th St. S.
-UAB Rec Center
-Pleasant Hills Missionary Baptist Church in Ensley on Avenue C
-K & M Auto Services, LLC, 501 University Blvd.
-Hunter Street Baptist Church in Hoover
-Hoover Rec Center, 600 Municipal Drive
-Hoover City Hall, 100 Municipal Lane
-Hoover fire stations
-Greystone Elementary, 300 Village Street
-Spain Park High School, 4700 Jaguar Drive
-Hoover Public Safety Center Court Room, 2020 Valleydale Road
-Prince of Peace Church - 4050 Preserve Parkway, Hoover
-Pelham Civic Center. City officials say to call 911 only in a life-threatening emergency due to the call volume. The police department's non-emergency line is 205-620-6550.
-Southeastern Bible College on Valleydale Road has opened as a warming station (hot coffee, bathrooms, soup, etc.).
-University of Montevallo Student Activity Center, UM Station 6630, Montevallo, AL 35115
-Honors Salon at 4500 Valleydale Road
-Sports Blast on US 280 at Highway 41
-Helena United Methodist Church, 2035 Highway 58
-Brown Heating and Cooling, 400 Brook Lane Drive in Hueytown
-Horizon Church - 2345 Columbiana Road in Vestavia
-The YMCA on Columbiana Road in Vestavia Hills
-Greater Birmingham Humane Society, 300 Snow Drive in Homewood
-First Baptist Church of Birmingham, 2309 Lakeshore Drive (Homewood)
-Dawson Baptist Church Rec Center, 1114 Oxmoor Rd, Birmingham, AL 35209
-Oakmont United Methodist Church, 914 Oak Grove Rd.
-Rec Center, 809 Green Springs Highway
-St. Mark United Methodist Church - 2901 Columbiana Road in Vestavia
-First United Presbyterian Church of Forestdale - 1375 Tomahawk Road
-True Life Baptist Church, 275 Chickasaw Drive, Forestdale
-Cahaba Valley Fire Department
-Canterbury United Methodist Church, 350 Overbrook Road in Mountain Brook
-Trussville City Hall, 131 Main Street
-Trussville Civic Center, 5381 Trussville Clay Road
-Taylor United Methodist Church on Sweeny Hollow Road is open as a shelter. This is in the Chalkville/Clay/Pinson area.
-Church at Brook Hills main building is open at 3145 Brook Highland Pkwy. Call 313-7777 if you need directions.
Cantebury United Church Mountain Brook off of Overlook Road
-Gardendale Civic Center
-Leeds Civic Center
ST. CLAIR COUNTY
-Pell City Civic Center
-Victory Christian School, 154 Victory Ln, Pell City, AL 35125
-Bible Methodish Campground, 1355 Chula Vista Drive, Pell City. If you're on I-20 take exit 153.
-Moody Methodist Church, 820 Church Street
-Steele Methodist Church
-Springville Methodist Church
-Pell City Courthouse
-New Generation Ministry in Jasper
-Townley Church of God in Townley will open their life center Wednesday and Thursday night
-First Baptist Church Sylacauga
-Salvation Army in Gadsden, 114 North 11th Street
-Glencoe Fire Hall
-Altoona Community Center
-If you or someone you know needs access to a warm place, please call 311 or 205-349-2121 for more information about warming stations.
-Goodwater gym at the Caldwell Center
-Anniston: The Salvation Army on Noble Street. Warming station hours are from 8 a.m. until 5 pm. As always, the Salvation Army shelter is available 24/7 for anyone who needs a place to stay overnight.
-Anniston: The Greenbrier Baptist Church will be providing a warming station at their church beginning Tuesday, Jan. 29 at 5 p.m. until Thursday, Jan. 30 at 8 a.m. They have cots and blankets that were provided by Red Cross. They are asking for assistance for perishable food items, monetary donations and toiletries.
If you know of a shelter that is open, please email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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