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Originally posted by space cadet
I would also like to point out that IMO if my government could create storms such as Gustav, and steer them as well, why not employ such ablilities in Iraq? Iran? Ahganistan? It would save many troops and wipe out the insurgents in any area they wish, less money, less loss of troops, it would seem to be THE weapon of choice, if we were capable. I can think of many many uses for weather manipulation as far as the military goes, but nothing even remotely like this is utilized today during war. If our gov had such means I don't think they would take out their own oil rigs, and if another country had the ability, I would think that ours would have the technology to stop it, or the knowlege to point a finger and say what country is doing the manipulation.
Originally posted by welivefortheson
you cant spell NeW Orleans without NWO
manipulating the weather is a piece of cake,its all about electric charge , you control the electricty within a weather system and you can control the weather system itself!
hell in the 1960's edward teller came up with a system to control the weather with aerogels!.
Originally posted by Simplynoone
I agree with Ben *star for ya .....I have seen plenty of things on Discovery Channel and read a bunch online ..Did you know that they can manipulate weather enough to start a Tornado off from scratch and I am pretty sure they can do the same with a Hurricaine.Saw this myself when they did it on that Discovery show ..
On the morning of August 28 it was found that, overnight, Gustav had either reformed farther to the south or had moved farther to the south than previously thought. The storm was also found to have restrengthened nearly to hurricane status. It then was upgraded to a hurricane again during the late afternoon of August 29. At 11:00 a.m EDT (1500 UTC) on August 30, as Gustav neared the west end of Cuba, it was upgraded to a Category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale, with sustained winds near 125 mph (195 km/h). Gustav continued its rapid deepening trend, and three hours later, it had already reached Category 4 strength. Gustav's maximum sustained winds had reached 150 mph (240 km/h).