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Originally posted by W3RLIED2
Thank you for this awsome thread!!! That is an exciting, and extremely scary set of facts you've presented.
My first question to you and the other readers is do you think they used it for Katrina? Do you thnk that chem trails may possibly contain the weather controlling agents??? Armed with this knowlege, we could literally throw every major disaster since Vietnam into gross specualtions about them being "natural" or not.
I've never really researched weather control that much, all though it's all ways been of interest.
The other small bonus that your thread has brought me is that I will be e-mailing a link of this page to every single friend and family member that ever told me i was a kook for believing that we had weather control technologies. I have a feeling i might be doing that a lot soon.
Originally posted by TheMythLives
Now, is there other evidence of Weather control? Actually there are:
Originally posted by TheMythLives
Do I think it was used for Katrina, that is a topic that hits home (no pun intended), having stayed and road out Katrina, I certainly hope not.
Chemtrails containing these agents? Yes, I firmly belive that some do and that some chemtrails have other effects, but yes they can most certainly be used for weather manipulation.
Received: 10 April 2007 Accepted: 19 June 2008 Published online: 17 September 2008
Abstract We use a coupled climate–carbon cycle model of intermediate complexity to investigate scenarios of stratospheric sulfur injections as a measure to compensate for CO2-induced global warming. The baseline scenario includes the burning of 5,000 GtC of fossil fuels. A full compensation of CO2-induced warming requires a load of about 13 MtS in the stratosphere at the peak of atmospheric CO2 concentration. Keeping global warming below 2°C reduces this load to 9 MtS. Compensation of CO2 forcing by stratospheric aerosols leads to a global reduction in precipitation, warmer winters in the high northern latitudes and cooler summers over northern hemisphere landmasses. The average surface ocean pH decreases by 0.7, reducing the calcifying ability of marine organisms. Because of the millennial persistence of the fossil fuel CO2 in the atmosphere, high levels of stratospheric aerosol loading would have to continue for thousands of years until CO2 was removed from the atmosphere. A termination of stratospheric aerosol loading results in abrupt global warming of up to 5°C within several decades, a vulnerability of the Earth system to technological failure.
At long last, it snowed in northern China. The first snow of the year came to Hebei, the northern province surrounding Beijing. In the Chinese capital, it was the first real bout of precipitation since last October. The blizzard caused 12 area highways around Beijing to close.
It should come as no surprise, then, that the Chinese government wanted to claim a little credit for the good weather fortune, and they have. Officials said their cloud-seeding program directly caused the snowstorm. Engineers blasted more than 400 cigarette-size sticks of silver iodide into the sky shortly before the storm, and a senior engineer told Reuters that it was "a procedure that made the snow a lot heavier."