Originally posted by Xwino
O-TAY Here is the entire video. As close as you are going to get. Now, I know a tiny bit about clouds and this is only because I flew an F-4 in VietNam and as a Com ferry pilot here in the states. So it is limited, however I still find this very odd.
Originally posted by mrRviewer
when i read this i was shocked and instantly joined the site. for years i thought i was nuts. i remember when i was a young boy, i used to make holes in an overcast sky just by focusing on a spot. it worked every time until i was nine and i freaked out my parents. They told me to never speak of it again and i guess i just grew up and stopped believing. ...
Originally posted by ingeniouslycorrupt
Okay, I tried this today and it didn't go as I planned, no cloud fully disappeared. Is there a distance limit to this or something of the sort? It seemed to be quite far away, and a big cloud too??
Some call it weather engineering, others call it rain-making; cloudbusting is the science of correcting unbalanced weather patterns. With the right equipment, skills and conditions, one is able to initiate breaks in droughts and the weakening or deviation of torrential storms. Cloudbusting principles are based upon Wilhelm Reich’s research into orgonomy.
Orgone is a creative life-force energy that manifests in various ways, from sexual biological functions to psychological states, and from thermodynamic effects to meterological phenomena. According to orgonomy, the function of such systems depends upon the amount, quality, polarity, flow, and direction of orgone energy. The redirection of orgone energy effects changes in these systems. Various devices known as orgone accumulators, cloudbusters, and DORbusters are capable of storing, emitting, or redirecting orgone energy.
Originally posted by shrunkensimon
It took about 30 seconds to form a a cloud the size of 10p piece held at arms length..
I then proceeded to make it disappear lol.
Originally posted by Muppetus Galacticus
Just tried this myself on a couple of clouds and got them to disappear! I picked a couple in a group, one quite smallish and another, bigger fluffy one. I stopped there as I don't have much energy at the best of times. Quite pleased with myself
Originally posted by horrorbiz
i tried this driving home from work the other day. I was stopped at a red light and looked up - saw a small cloud next to a really large one. I decided I'd give this cloud busting thing a half-hearted attempt while stopped in traffic. to my surpise, (and shock) the small cloud i focused on dissolved in about 15 seconds. It was unreal.
Originally posted by lightseeker
I have never said I would not do it. I just don't happen to haven a spare lab or a controlled enough environment handy to perform the exercise. Why don't you do it and prove us all wrong? You seem so sure this can not work; but then again, I get the feeling even a demonstration of this working under laboratory conditions would not convince you. Also, you can not claim something is debunked when you have shown no proof that it can not be done, which you have not done. All you have offered is invective and supposition based on your own narrow interpretation of nature and how it works.
Maybe it's time to expand your world view and broaden your horizons a little.
As a someone once observed, "Some thinks must be believed to be seen".
Originally posted by malganis
Originally posted by pjslug
Still no video footage of anyone doing this in a tank in a controlled environment.
I still see no footage of God but people still believe in that lol
Oh, but is that different?
Originally posted by pjslug
What makes me so adamant in saying this cloudbusting is nonsense are those conditions which you have implied they must be done at, i.e. the right type of cloud, the proper weather conditions, etc. If one has the ability to perform such a magnificent feat with the power of thought then one has the power to do this regardless of weather conditions or controlled settings.