Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Can We Control The Weather?
I thought I was the only one getting excited about HAARP’s capabilities, but it appears that lots of other folks are looking to the program to explain all sorts of phenomenon. The one that most are focusing on is “can we control weather?”
Recent strange rings found on the radar in Australia along with a convenient low pressure system pushing a cyclone to a drought-ridden area made many wonder. Colin Andrews (famous crop circle researcher) has the best research on this newest finding in Australia here.
With the recent rains here in Arizona and California, where we’ve been drought ridden for over a decade, I wondered momentarily how convenient it was. Then, I checked out NOAA’s weather and they reported a strengthening El Nino. We certainly know what that can do for our weather.
My thought is this—you can’t do this kind of covert research without leaving traces. Area-51 is a prime example. The flights in and out of planes gives it away. Should HAARP be used for weather control, it would leave evidence behind that would be rather obvious. They would perhaps create drought in the Middle East oil-bearing countries to force them to need our resources in leverage. They would certainly give regularly healthy rains to Africa, thus providing more resources for them and less American money spent on feeding them and digging wells. The president’s own residence in D.C. is having a “snowmageddon” right now. I know that town—grew up right beside it in Fairfax. It’s not used to big snows. In fact, I remember as a kid getting off school for 3-5 inches of snow! I don’t think he’d be asking HAARP to please make his city snow-bound.
So, for now, I’m not seeing it. If we can control the weather, we must be in the early stages, kind of like the 6-year-old on a joy ride in daddy's truck. We know the gas pedal and the steering wheel, we just haven't figured out how to master them enough to handle a straight roadway, let alone a steep incline or black ice.
I’d love to hear your opinions.
at 9:27 AM