posted on Feb, 9 2013 @ 12:31 AM
Wrong, wrong, wrong.
HAARP is in Alaska, and not capable of doing anything more than what it was designed and built to do.....heat up the stratosphere a wee bit, in the
small area above the array, for a very limited time for study. It does not and cannot cause storms, earthquakes, migraines, voices in your head, or
any of the other things people with no more smarts than believing what they are told instead of actually trying to learn about the topic they are
"Chemtrails", well the belief in those is just silly. It is a product of the internet age and is believed by people who don't understand how the
atmosphere works, don't know how engines work, don't know how airplanes get from point A to point B, don't know about
chemistry/physics/thermodynamics/fluid dynamics, and only have the smarts to turn on the internet and believe what they are told instead of actually
trying to learn about the topic they are discussing.
Here is a fact. Ahead of storm fronts are usually a lot of cirrus clouds. Those are the really high, light, hazy ones. That is always the way it
has worked. Airplanes have hot, wet exhaust which is released into cold air. Just like your visible breath on a cold day, you can see the trails of
exhaust. This phenomena is called contrails, short for condensation trails. Contrails will form and persist when cirrus clouds will, so you
will see contrails ahead of storms. Like NEMO and every other storm anywhere on the planet. This has been studied and discussed (and pictured in
photographs) since World War 1. There is all kinds of information about clouds, weather, aviation, and contrails if you would look for sites
dedicated to learning, and not sites dedicated to nonsense. The difference will be obvious.......look for sites that aren't asking for donation$.
And the pattern in the sky/clouds before storms is perfectly natural, too. It doesn't need anybody bombarding the earth with "waves", the
atmosphere is always full of them all by itself. When they are broken up in small pieces and lines, it means there is a change of weather coming.
This weather sign has been known by sky watchers for eons. It is sometimes called a Mackerel sky, after the pattern supposedly looking like the
scales on the fish. Look it up.
As to the name Nemo? It was chosen from a list by the Weather Channel who thought naming winter storms like hurricanes would increase awareness.
Instead of worrying about the reverse spelling, look up and laugh at all the goofy Nemo memes that are being generated. Envision that the "N" and
"E" stand for "Nor'Easter", which makes a lot of sense. Make up your own finish! Have fun! Feed the paranoia and tell people it means "Moving
Ominously." (insert opening theme of "Twilight Zone here)
And stay away from sites that ask for money and claim you can somehow "see" chemicals in the air miles over your head.