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Here's another one this one is from The Seattle Times Sept 23, 2005
Stevens believes a little-known oversight in physical laws makes it possible to create and control storms using a Cold War-era weapon allegedly
made by the Russians in 1976. The nine-year KPVI weatherman said he's received 120,000 hits on his Web site in two days, now gets about 100 e-mails a
day and has 15 radio bookings in the next five days. "I needed more time to do everything that's been put in front of me," said Stevens, 39. "I have
not been able to dedicate the 40 hours a week to this place."
Earlier this week, scientists told the Idaho Falls Post Register the theory was bogus. "It's laughable to think it (Hurricane Katrina) could have
been manmade," said Rob Young, a hurricane expert at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, N.C.
There again is the reference to "scientists"-plural- saying the theory was bogus. And yet they only quote one scientist. Who? Of course, our favorite
Mr. Rob Young "hurricane expert" at Western Carolina University. You'd think if it was scientists plural they'd come up with another guy to list in
their articles. He must be THE go to hurricane expert associate professor geologist.
Here's something from Oct 5, 2005
POCATELLO - To be clear, weatherman Scott Stevens of Pocatello says he never claimed the Japanese Mafia actually created Hurricane Katrina as
revenge for the World War II atomic bombings. He said they could have. "I believe they have the technology, as do the Russians and the Americans. As
for who actually did it, that's a hard call," Stevens told Local 2 News.
At least they quote a different "expert"
Talking with Scott Stevens is to buckle up for a bumpy ride. He speaks passionately about a war waged for economic and geopolitical purposes by
nations and groups who manipulate the weather through an electromagnetic global grid. And, yes, he's aware many meteorologists think he's a kook.
But he insists people, not nature, have been controlling the weather for the past 30 years. Tim Barker with the National Weather Service thinks the
idea is absolutely implausible. "Well, the weather is actually caused by the sun," Barker told Local 2 News, "and that's a lot of energy, and we
humans don't really have the power to put that much energy in the atmosphere."
But it's interesting how Stevens said that it is done through electromagnetic means. Isn't that what HAARP does?
HAARP will zap the upper atmosphere with a focused and steerable electromagnetic beam. It is an advanced model of an "ionospheric heater." (The
ionosphere is the electrically-charged sphere surrounding Earth's upper atmosphere. It ranges between 40 to 60 miles above the surface of the Earth.)
Put simply, the apparatus for HAARP is a reversal of a radio telescope; antenna send out signals instead of receiving. HAARP is the test run for a
super-powerful radiowave-beaming technology that lifts areas of the ionosphere by focusing a beam and heating those areas. Electromagnetic waves then
bounce back onto earth and penetrate everything -- living and dead.
Yup. And that's a capability to "put that much energy in the atmosphere" to boot.
Here's another interesting tidbit from the same article:
With cameras mounted on his house, he continues to monitor the weather, looking for odd-shaped clouds and contrails of aircraft which he says are
dropping barium and aluminum in the atmosphere to alter weather patterns.
This barium and aluminum factor is oft repeated by "chemmies" So what is it? Is he looking for Barium and Aluminum or electromagnetics?
Which is the best conductor of electricity in its liquid state? Barium Fluoride is the best.
Barium combines with several metals, including aluminium, zinc, lead and tin, forming intermetallic compounds and alloys
Aluminium is a good thermal and electrical conductor, having 62% the conductivity of copper.
9. Increasing the conductivity of the atmosphere increases the efficacy of HAARP. (Eastlund HAARP Patent, HAARP Executive Summary, Barium Clouds
& Electromagnetic radiation )
Not much else I could find outside of forums and rehash. Then, this article from March 15, 2010:
Stevens has predicted a major man-made earthquake In Greece or Spain March 21-April 10. This prediction was made on the Antimatter Radio Show,
3-1-10. Stevens' reasons for the prediction were his assertion that previous earthquakes were clandestine government creations (Haiti, etc.), and this
prediction fit a certain pattern Stevens was has been tracking, and which is based on looking at the "controlled earthquakes" in the recent past.
Hey. Isn't that what HAARP is supposed to do too? Yup.
Mind you the above prediction was made on March 1, 2010 for a date range of 3/21-4/10/10. What happened?
M6 shallow earthquake near Crete, Greece (now classed deeper) Last update: April 1, 2011 at 6:04 pm by By James Daniell 9 Comments A M6
earthquake with depth 10km has hit Crete, Greece. This has now been changed to a M6.2 and 64km depth.
There is lots of data on the internet about HAARP and 10km depth earthquakes.
So that was Crete, Greece within the predicted window. How about Spain?
A strong earthquake struck near the Spanish city of Granada early Monday, but at a depth that made damage to the medieval Moorish capital
unlikely, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck at 12:08 a.m. local time Monday (6:08 p.m. Sunday ET), the USGS
This was reported by CNN, on Apr 11, 2010. Just a day outside of his window. And another 6.2 magnitude? Just like Greece a few weeks prior
You could write it off to coincidence, but he did predict an earthquake in both areas in which one occurred within or very close to the window he
predicted, weeks before they happened based on his research. The mainstream media and Rob Young, hurricane expert geologist, state that his theories
are bunk. But theories that are able to predict things say otherwise.
edit on 22-4-2011 by coyotepoet because: spelling and cleaning
edit on 22-4-2011 by coyotepoet because: adding barium and
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