posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 01:27 AM
The show is not a documentary. No one moved Katrina. The show is mostly a pretend romp through a bunch of stupid ideas about how the weather
could be changed. That part of the show, I'm almost certain, is from a part where they suppose what would have happened if we just let the
scientists do their deed.
Think about it, why would someone admit on TV that they helped move Katrina? Don't you think they would be liable for at least some of the billions
in damage and thousands of deaths?
The show is, basically, the same thing as those old "Popular Science" film shorts of the 40s and 50s. Shows such as this espouse the same tired line
that "science will make everything better" without ever bringing to light the million and one things wrong with the boneheaded scientists' musings.
The goal is to get the public used to ideas that in the future will be used to control them, indebt them, or kill them. Of course, all the downsides
resulting from the application of these ideas will have been unforeseen. There will be no blame and best of all the same monkeys as before will
be chanting, "A little more science will make everything better. This time, we're sure!"
[edit on 7.26.2007 by Voxel]