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possible doppler evidence of weather engineering on Wilma?

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posted on Oct, 21 2005 @ 07:01 PM
I must first predicate this by stating I do not wholly endorse weather engineering conspiracy.

However, that having been said, I will be the first to admit to the existence of evidence in support of this (e.g., fmr. SecDef Cohen's quote regarding the same).

Can the forces that be influence existing weather systems? Theoretically, IMHO, yes. Do they? I do not know.

However, I would suggest it would be foolish to casually dismiss the possibility.

Since last year, I have actively taken to closely following tropical systems during hurricane season. right now, I have four concurrent video loops on my desktop, including a mirror site for Cancun's doppler radar image. This particular loop auto-updates in the lower-lefthand corner of my moniter.

I was reading a post on another site where the author commented on the odd "starfish"-shaped pattern of Wilma's eye. What caught my attention was her mention of how it reminded her of Katrina.

I searched the still images in the doppler loop, and sure enough, found several frames with the starfish image (I'll post one later).

But what I found even more interesting was the following photo:

Can someone please tell me how (what looks like at least four sides of) a geometrical hexagon naturally occurs in the eyewall of a major (≥Cat3) hurricane?

The same shape appears in a few of the NOAA IR photos from today -- if I can find one, I'll post more shortly...

The "starfish" frames are equally odd...

posted on Oct, 21 2005 @ 07:17 PM
Here's the NOAA GOES IR from 19:45 UTC:

And here's a close-up of the eye:

Both of these seem, at the very least, to imply a shape other than round...

posted on Oct, 21 2005 @ 07:28 PM
Interesting pics runner! It seeems to me though, that digital images, especially vertical or round ones, can sometimes take on a slightly different shape other than perfectly straight or circular. I guess it would be foolish to completely dismiss this theory but without more evidence it's kind of hard to accept. What I find rather odd about Wilma though, is how fast she intensified. It seemed that she went from barely a category one storm to a category five monster seemingly over night. Pretty wild weather lately.

posted on Oct, 21 2005 @ 07:36 PM
24L.WILMA, VIS, 21 OCT 2005 1945Z

Click to enlarge

Wilma looks typical to me...animals in clouds too, if you look long enough.

[edit on 21-10-2005 by Regenmacher]

posted on Oct, 21 2005 @ 07:52 PM
What you're seeing has to do with the data resolution. Radar doesn't send back very detailed images... so it's kind of like seeing an 8 pin dot matrix printer's version of the storm.

Eye walls aren't perfectly round, but clouds are constantly moving... and they have to make a lot of scans to get that one picture with the other information.

Watch a weather radar for your area sometime and you'll see how much isn't there.

posted on Oct, 21 2005 @ 08:14 PM
Appreciate the feedback everyone... Yes, I'll be the first to admit these are more likely than not simply the result of digital image processing...

However, the following two doppler images do present an interesting contrast with regards to both the eyewall shape and as well as the bands of precipitation:

Image posted above:

Another doppler image taken earlier today which depicts what I've always considered to be a "normal" (i.e., less angular) doppler image of an eye and its assocaited bands of convection & precipitation:

posted on Oct, 21 2005 @ 08:28 PM
You need oit include the times and dates and varify them with visible satellites.

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