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INEXPLICABLY odd images on Bureau of Meteorology radar. Cyclones off the Australian coast and the most intense storm to hit Melbourne in living memory. A controversial US military facility in Alaska suspected of research into weather control …
It sounds like the plot of a sci-fi conspiracy thriller. In the past five months, the Bureau of Meteorology's weather radar has indeed recorded a number of very strange patterns - rings, loops, starbursts - at a number of places, including Melbourne, Broome and central Queensland, suggestive of some sort of massive interference.
The executive officer of Australian Skeptics, Tim Mendham, pointed out that Mr Andrews ''believes in every conspiracy going - [end of the world in] 2012, crop circles, everything''.
Mr Mendham said Mr Andrews, and others of his ilk, had no evidence to support their theories but it was no use pointing this out.''There's no way of arguing with someone who claims it's a cover-up,'' he said. ''No matter how much scientific evidence you give them, they can't give up. If someone gives them evidence disproving their theory they move sideways.''
The Sunday Age tried to contact Mr Andrews, who is based in the US, but there was no reply. That could be because, according to his website, he was in Oregon for last weekend's 11th annual UFO Festival.