Originally posted by Imagewerx
As already mentioned,the almost biblical amount of water that fell the day before could never have been caused by us mortals putting chemicals into
The suggestion is that due to weather modification the rain was considerably heavier than it would have been resulting in the destruction of buildings
built in the path of the river.
"Rumours persist to this day of planes circling before the inundation." These rumours are impossible to prove or disprove.
Physical evidence would be extremely diluted and open to interpretation.
"The British Geological Survey has recently examined soil sediments in the district of Lynmouth to see if any silver or iodide residues remain. The
testing has been limited due to restrictions in place because of foot and mouth disease, and it is inconclusive. However, silver residue has been
discovered in the catchment waters of the river Lyn. The BGS will investigate further over the next 18 months."
" ....a 50-year-old radio broadcast unearthed by Radio 4 describes an aeronautical engineer and glider pilot, Alan Yates, working with Operation
Cumulus at the time and flying over Bedfordshire, spraying quantities of salt. He was elated when the scientists told him this had led to a heavy
downpour 50 miles away over Staines, in Middlesex.
"I was told that the rain had been the heaviest for several years - and all out of a sky which looked summery ... there was no disguising the fact
that the seedsman had said he'd make it rain, and he did. Toasts were drunk to meteorology and it was not until the BBC news bulletin [about
Lynmouth] was read later on, that a stony silence fell on the company," said Mr Yates at the time.
Operation Cumulus was put on hold indefinitely after the tragedy."
The heaviest rain for several years out of a sky which looked summery. How about a sky that looked like heavy rain was due and a village built in the
path of a river?
"....silver residue has been discovered in the catchment waters of the river Lyn."
Nothing conclusive, but it's wise to keep the weather modification crowd on their toes.
Plenty of opportunities for further study and have a nice Devon holiday into the bargain! From visit Lynton. "it may have been the result of
cloud-seeding experiments by the military."
I recently asked a friend in Japan if it's true there are ancient stones set around the Japanese coast with the message "Don't build below here".
He said yes, it's true. Millions of people live below those stones. In this country we see much construction in areas known to be prone to
A great flood on 20th January 1607, was so large as to be known as the 'Second Deluge'. This was a flood from the sea that affected the Bristol
Channel coast, the Exmoor coast included. It destroyed part of Lynmouth and wiped out the fishing industry there."
A repeat of the 1607 Tsunami will engulf Hinkley Point and Oldbury nuclear power stations. There are plans to build a massive nuclear power complex at
Oldbury. Nature plus imprudent development is a lethal combination. Weather modification adds another element we can do without.