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Weather Control?

February 2nd, 2005 Leave a comment Go to comments

–{ WEATHER WARS by Scott Stevens }–

Any aspiring conspiracy theorists out there shouldn’t miss this one… a site dedicated to demonstrating that weather control is not only possible, but is already being used by the Yakuza (Japanese mafia). Mr. Stevens quotes Tom Bearden (weather researcher) on the hurricanes we saw last year:

Indeed, in latter March of 2004, Hurricane Catarina — the first-ever recorded hurricane in the South Atlantic–formed and came ashore in Brazil on March 28 with 90 mph winds, doing substantial damage. So while the conventional wisdom is that hurricanes cannot form (naturally) in the South Atlantic; this one did and “broke all the records”. It appears to have been a “deliberate probe” by the Yakuza: Produce and drive ashore a hurricane where the textbooks state one is impossible, to test whether Western governments and scientists recognize the artificial weather engineering . The answer, of course, is that — as expected — the West did not recognize its importance, or that it was a deliberate “stimulus.” Western meteorologists and governments simply shrugged off Hurricane Catarina as an interesting little phenomenon but of no great concern.

Make of it what you will. Here’s my take:

a) Plane contrails definitely seem to have changed in my lifetime. The pictures do little to change to my mind.

b) I can’t help but wonder if the contrail changes are reactions to changes in our atmosphere. I’m no weather man but it seems possible.

c) If anyone COULD find a way to control the weather, my money is on the Japanese.

d) If somebody DID find a way to control the weather, I can understand why most of the world wouldn’t see it for what it is. Mother nature wrecks some huge havoc on the human race every day, and when these things happen the entire world assumes it was a natural event and nothing could have prevented it.

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