What really caused Katrina?

This is just too rich to pass up. I am going to quote extensively from this USA Today article, because I couldn't make this crap theory up.


An Idaho weatherman says Japan's Yakuza mafia used a Russian-made electromagnetic generator to cause Hurricane Katrina in a bid to avenge itself for the Hiroshima atom bomb attack -- and that this technology will soon be wielded again to hit another U.S. city.
Stevens, who is among several people to offer alternative and generally discounted theories for the storm that flooded New Orleans, says a little-known oversight in physical laws makes it possible to create and control storms -- especially if you're armed with the Cold War-era weapon said to have been made by the Russians in 1976. Stevens became convinced of the existence of the Russian device when he observed an unusual Montana cold front in 2004.
"I just got sick to my stomach because these clouds were unnatural and that meant they had (the machine) on all the time," Stevens said. "I was left trying to forecast the intent of some organization rather than the weather of this planet."
Stevens said oddities in Hurricane Katrina storm patterns underpin his theory.
And, according to his website, so does the fact that Katrina and Ivan -- the name given to a destructive hurricane that hit Florida in September 2004 -- both sound Russian.
It's just too convenient to not be true, right? Also, if you go to Stevens' website, WeatherWars.info, you can learn all about chemtrails, which astute Bay Area residents will be familiar with from the hundreds of fliers glued to our lightpoles...

And clearly, the やくざ (Japanese mafia) obviously are not behind these hurricanes. Without a doubt they're being caused by none other than Ming the Merciless.

Unless any of you stouthearted readers have a better crackpot theory?
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