ABC POSES STORM STEERING QUESTION
Posted By: Daystar
Date: Tuesday, 14 September 2004, 8:54 a.m.
This morning on ABC News there was a segment discussing storm steering. Different methods of steering or deflating hurricanes were elaborated on. White absorbant powder that forms a gel, once it has sucked the moisture out of the clouds, was actually shown by the company who produces it. Other geoengineering methods were also discussed.....and even included an atomic explosion to steer hurricanes. However, no mention was made of scalar weather warfare capabilities. We were told that none of these methods have been used yet so it would be too dangerous to try any of them at this point.
I believe this was an effort ,by those in charge, to diffuse any growing suspicions or rumors to the effect that Charlie, Frances and Ivan may have been artificially created and directed. This appears to be a classic example of revealing partial truths for the purpose of deception and control. Many who have been researching the issue of weather warfare realize there is no question as to whether storms can be created, deflated and manuvered.
In 1976 there was a U.N. Treaty, which Nations signed, promising not to affect each other using weather warfare. So...in other words, the technology was available then...to at least some degree. I can only imagine how techniques have "improved" since then.
This is reportedly a quote from Senator Pell of Rhode Island, from The Providence
Journal Bulletin, 1975
"The U.S. and other world powers should sign a treaty to outlaw tampering with weather as an instrument of war. It may seem far fetched to think of using weather as a weapon but I'm convinced that the U.S. did, in fact, use rainmaking techniques as a weapon of war in Southeast Asia." "We need a treaty now to prevent such actions...before military leaders of the world start directing storms, manipulating climates and inducing earthquakes against the enemies. The basic idea of environmental warfare is simple.....if a nation can learn to trigger natural events it can inflict terrible damage on an enemy through rainfall, flooding, tidal waves, earthquakes and even climate changes that could devastate an enemy nation's agriculture."
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