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This is the story told to ecoEnquirer by a tired, nervous man in his early forties whose tale is unique. While his story could not be corroborated, it is too important to go untold, and we present it here to let you, the reader, decide for yourself its veracity.
Like the hundreds of other electrical engineers employed at Area 51, Dr. Bobby Hendricks (not his real name) had only a minimal security clearance to match his "need to know". He worked on only a small portion of an electrical apparatus of unknown function, but Bobby knew that whatever it was, it consumed massive amounts of power. Engineers are a curious lot, however, and after many months he and a number of his co-workers began to put two and two together. It wasn't until this past winter, when his designed components were getting "burned out" and in need of replacement, that Bobby and several of the other engineers discovered the true purpose of what they have dubbed the "waveguide resonance weather generator".
"The whole global warming thing is a ruse", explained Dr. Hendricks, lighting another cigarette even before his first was finished, occasionally looking over his shoulder as if someone was following him. "The rapid global warming of the last thirty years is the direct result, we believe, of these huge weather modification machines that the U.S. and Russia have been testing."
Something big is in the works at Nevada's legendary Area 51 military base. A massive new building is under construction at the top secret location. Aviation experts say there's a good chance that a new, highly classified aircraft might soon be zipping around the Nevada skies.