posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 11:25 PM
reply to post by matrix12
I have been studying every type of weird phenomenon for 30 years now, and have been privileged to have met in person over 50 of the world's
experts on many of these topics discussed here. As for the military, they range from officers who were in the Pentagon on 911 to a guard actually in
Guantanamo Bay's inner sanctum, to people actually flying the planes we see spray the chem-trails.
Of course the government knows exactly what they're doing, we don't have to point these things out to them! Do we really think they're that stupid
to spray over their own homes and families if they were trying to poison the population. The same goes true for the HAARP sites. All of us trying to
figure this out are going to have to put this into a context that perhaps does not always involve greed and power. We humans created government to
bring order to our society, it's the next best thing we have in place of an actual visible presence of God. Unfortunately, the government feels this
next to God role (and they know that no matter how bad the population may complain, we most likely would be worse off without some sort of government)
and has taken on a role to save the future of humanity.
Assuming technology (and even ET's capabilities) can prevent many calamities, where does one accept our limits with nature and decide the best
strategy to minimize the impact of an event too big to prevent, but rather just hang on for the ride?
Consider this:Manipulating the ionosphere and the penetration of light (HAARP and Chemtrails) are all practice for when the sun kicks out the big one!
I assume the best trigger for the kick-ass solar storm may be the rogue planet pass thru, but sun's blow up every day in the universe, and we still
know basically nothing about ours.
The pilots who fly these things are told they are doing weather control research that may someday be vital to national security. Wouldn't we all feel
pretty grateful if the solar blasts could be directed and shielded away from key population centers by all this controversy?
I'm no fan of government based on what we are allowed to know, but I wonder what decisions I would be making if I truly knew the magnitude of what
selected people in power really know. Money and corporations really run the world (and many governments), but there are some good people in government
who are powerless to fight them (I know two federal level representatives personally) and have a thankless job on many days.