posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 09:13 AM
reply to post by nightstalker78
Yeah, I wasn't so keen on it either, in the beginning. But now I wish I would have screen captured a lot of what I read. But one thing hasn't
disappeared, or become near impossible to find...
Treaty Text Alone
Original Treaty UN Website
UNITED NATIONS TREATY PROHIBITING NATIONS USING WEATHER WARFARE CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF MILITARY OR ANY OTHER HOSTILE USE OF
ENVIRONMENTAL MODIFICATION TECHNIQUES Adopted by Resolution 31/72 of the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1976. The Convention was
opened for signature at Geneva on 18 May 1977.
There is also a video on youtube of a congressman or senator giving a speech on the dangers of modern weather manipulation. I can't find it at
present, but I know it's there.
There was also a website I used to frequent that had several pages of scientific theory on how a hurricane could be formed and dissipated
artificially. A bit hard to understand, but interesting reading nonetheless. Alas, that site disappeared overnight with no explanation. I'm guessing
finances were the biggest reason, it was a sizable site. A lot of what I've read was before I learned the hard way to start saving this
I can only tell you I have seen enough evidence to convince me that extreme weather manipulation and warfare, are not just a possibility, but a
reality, right now. But the above treaty is what really set me on my original search years ago.
There isn't much reason to have a treaty on something that is no real threat to anyone. Especially if all they can do is seed a few clouds. Almost
As an addendum:
Controversial Experimental Weather
Modification Bill in US Congress
China Leads the World in Weather Modification
Weather modification can also have the goal of preventing damaging weather, such as hail or hurricanes, for occurring; or of provoking damaging
weather against an enemy rival. However, weather modification in warfare has been banned by the United Nations.
It isn't an easy subject to research. It takes many hours to get any substantial information. Especially when you're trying to be objective. Good