posted on Jan, 10 2009 @ 05:14 PM
My name is not important, but what I'm about to tell you is..
I was on a field trip with a Scientist just last week, I'm not typing any names here, but the news is that a Tornado CAN be stopped, but I wouldn't
suggest a nuclear weapon, although that would as you say disrupt the vortex of an active storm, if it was close enough to the blast from the weapon..
No sir, that sort of idea is what coined the phrase 'cutting off your nose to spite your face'.. in other words creating a bigger problem to solve a
This field trip I was on involved going to a secret test base in the UK, and creating an artificial Tornado with a wind tunnel and other ingredients
in this huge hangar (partly underground).
The test was to span over 3 months using different techniques each time to try to slow down the wind flow generated by the elements, when suddenly at
the end of our first week of tests we had a breakthrough !
Tornado's are like FIRE, they start like one small flickering flame and start to EAT the elements around them, when they are fed their favourite
foods they GROW LARGER and LARGER.. until you remove one of their elements.
Fire needs 1. HEAT 2. FUEL 3. OXYGEN and an IGNITION or a Spark ! but when you take away ANY of the three above the fire goes OUT....
SO what was it for a Tornado ???? MICROWAVES !!!
Yes, thats right we microwaved it, so in a way you were right to say lets NUKE it ! Just wrong to say lets drop a Nuclear Bomb on it !
Have fun looking into why that works, (cos we did) I'll give you a small hint, it has something to do with the cold condensing water vapour that
falls through the warm flow in the vortex, the microwaves absorb it and the Tornado dies. THE PROBLEM is hitting one with a good enough concentration
of waves in the right place and at the right time to prevent injuring any PEOPLE or livestock etc..
Yours Mr X