posted on Sep, 4 2005 @ 02:12 AM
Originally posted by Zaphod58
That is a bill proposing to start researching ways to control the weather and to alleviate storms. The magic weather controlling machine is the one
that's in the comic books. The bill being proposed will use cloud seeding and other methods to alter storms, and weaken them. There won't be a
magic machine to control the weather.
I know it's hard to believe and even harder to prove but if the NWO exists and the shoe fits.... There's no crime in thinking ahead and outside the
I wonder what happened to these guys?
US makes 'weather control powder'
Thursday, 2 August, 2001
"A company in the United States claims it has invented a powder that can be used to remove clouds from the sky and even stop the development of
The Florida based company, Dyn-o-mat, used a military aircraft to drop four tonnes of its powder on to a developing storm cloud.
The cloud disappeared from radar screens, which were monitoring the experiment."
When the Army Owns the Weather
By Bob Fitrakis, Columbus Alive. Posted February 5, 2002.
"In 1977, the Saturday Review cited a CIA report hinting that the U.S. government already had the power to massively manipulate the weather for war
The military is not attempting to hide its long-term goals. "Weather is a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025" is a white paper that can be
found on a Pentagon-sponsored website. The paper’s abstract reads: "In 2025, U.S. aerospace forces can ‘own the weather’ by capitalizing on
emerging technologies and focusing development of those technologies towards fighting applications. Such a capability offers the war fighters tools to
shape the battle space in ways never before possible… In the U.S., weather modification will likely become a part of national security policy with
both domestic and international applications."
Wired magazine wrote about the paper and extensively quoted physicist Bernard Eastlund in its January 2000 article "Activate Cloud Shield! Zap a
Twister!" The article detailed the military’s plan for "made-to-order thunderstorms" and "lightning strikes on demand."
There's actually A LOT of information about HAARP and Military weather modification so it's not in the realm of Comic Books at all. It's hard to
fathom indeed but so are most 'firsts'. Who knows really but one day we might not be able to be so ignorant if it's true.