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Which, according to this, seem to be building in frequency, and pretty much over the same exact area where this weird weather system seems to be building:
Well, they do understand that they are not "superheating" the ionosphere. The ionosphere is pretty "hot" without any help from HAARP and the Sun affects it a hell of a lot more than HAARP ever could.
My point is, the guys who designed this, do they really know and understand the long term, far reaching potential consequences of superheating even small portions of the ionosphere?
Originally posted by this_is_who_we_are
reply to post by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
There's a thread about this:
Unusual weather for US after May 2?
started on 4/27/2013 @ 07:48 AM
And they've already taken to shooting the messenger on that thread, so...
Star and flag by the way.
Originally posted by Bybyots
The only thing unusual here, at all, is fake meteorologist, Kevin Martin. I am pretty sure that he is the same guy that set up the original 'chemtrail forecast' site several years ago out of Ontario, CA., and you can see that his new website, "TheWeatherSpace" has the same feature, along with this 'HAARP activity' feature.
Kevin Martin is not a meteorologist, and his site cannot be counted on for anything close to accurate information.
He is a fear monger that is trying to sell you something.
If anyone is interested they can click the link below to see the National Weather Service forecast maps for the same time period and compare Kevin Martin's predictions against the NWS predictions.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has no association with the Southern California Weather Authority or with Mr. Kevin Martin or any other staff of the Southern California Weather Authority.
Weather forecast and warning products developed and distributed by Mr. Martin or the Southern California Weather Authority may have formatting or contain content that could visually be confused with that of the National Weather Service.
Regardless of formatting or content, Mr. Martin’s weather products have no connection with nor are they the products of the National Weather Service.
From a 2010 article written by Kevin Martin:
"It is a misconception and business. Chemtrails are not real, and were developed like a comic book industry, to make money. The developers of this bogus theory are making off with your cash on T-shirts, Photos, Forums, and much more.
Believing in chemtrails is the same as joining a Star Wars convention. You join a club of people that share the same belief, and others around you know it is fake."
Kevin Martin admits he trolls for the lols