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Total Climate Control Captured On Satellite Images

Published on Feb 29, 2016 From YouTube Irrefutable evidence of weather manipulation is on display again today! A giant perfectly formed right angle is on display – Mother Nature DOES NOT generate right angles in weather. The right angle is produced as a result of a powerful phased array radar focusing microwave RF energy onto the core of the storm to weaken it and to neutralize the counterclockwise rotation in the weather system. We see that the core pressure has raised to 992 mb with not much rotation. The long edge of the right-angle front is about 1500 miles long! Today (Feb 29) is the 12th day of stationary high pressure installed into place to block all incoming weather… Read More

Saving Billions While Cutting Climate Pollution

By Jason Mathers More fuel efficient, lower emission heavy trucks are good for business, good for consumers, and good for combating climate change. By deploying existing and emerging technologies to improve truck efficiency, the U.S. can save billions in fuel expenses while cutting harmful climate pollutions by millions of tons. EDF is calling on the Obama Administration to set new fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas standards for heavy trucks that cut fuel consumption by 40 percent compared to 2010 levels. These standards would apply for freight trucks and heavy-duty work trucks, such as box delivery trucks, bucket trucks, beverage delivery trucks and refuse trucks. Analysis by leading environmental and energy efficiency advocates, including EDF, demonstrates that bold heavy truck… Read More

Study: Climate change may push hurricanes farther north, south

By Ilissa Ocko A satellite image of Irene, a Category 1 hurricane, as it made landfall in North Carolina in August of 2011. Source: NASA/NOAA GOES project The hurricane season of 2014 just kicked off, and with two devastating storms wreaking havoc along the northeastern United States coast over the last few years, it’s no wonder everyone’s on edge. We’re concerned about hurricanes becoming more frequent and intense, and about the worsening storm surge caused by a rise in sea levels. But flying under the radar is a fourth link between hurricanes and climate change: how climate change affects the location of hurricanes. A new study led by researchers at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Princeton… Read More

2005: HURRICANE ARMAGEDDON

EYEWITNESS’ ACCT 20,000 DEAD GOV’T MISMANAGEMENT SABOTAGE Date: Tue, 6 Sep 2005 18:25:00 EDT From: PLANETNEWS@aol.com From: Walter Buller – giembryo@hotmail.com Tuesday, September 06, 2005 11:48 AM Katrin in USA We live about 85 miles north of New Orleans. The eye of the storm passed right over Washington Parish, which is a neighboring parish of ours to the east a little ways. All the media attention has been on New Orleans because of the size of the city and it’s notoriety, but cities like Bogalusa in Washington Parish were hit by even higher winds than New Orleans was, consequently it is hard to recognize them anymore. Worse yet, there was no official federal response to the plight of the… Read More

The Earth as a weapon in 21st Century of Wars

By Rahab S Hawa While scientists, governments and concerned groups worry about increased industrial emissions of greenhouse gases and its effects on the planet, the role of the military in climate change has been ignored. ‘When environmental crises occur, it is usually only the civilian economy that is called upon to rectify the balance, while military programmes are rarely taken to task,’ says Dr Rosalie Bertell, renowned scientist and nuclear activist. According to her, the military has got away scot-free from responsibility for polluting the environment and ecological disasters. In her path-breaking book titled ‘Planet Earth: The Latest Weapon of War’ (2000), she cited examples from the Vietnam War, the Gulf War and the NATO bombing in Kosovo. These… Read More

The Next Superstorm: Will Congress Protect Us?

Frances Beinecke, President of NRDC, New York City One year ago, Superstorm Sandy ripped through the Northeast with unprecedented force. I still remember the harried calls to loved ones, the anxious waiting to hear from friends in harm’s way, and the heartbreak for those who lost so much. More than 159 Americans died in the storm, and 72,000 homes and businesses were damaged in New Jersey alone. The official price tag topped $65 billion, but people’s drained nest eggs and lost business may never be fully accounted for—or recovered. Still, this is a resilient place, and many neighborhoods have rebounded and many leaders are trying to prepare our region for the next superstorm. This work is critical: climate change… Read More

Weather Modification

Philip L. Hoag Weather modification technology is in use today by both the United States and the Soviet Union. Both the U.S. and Soviet projects involve the manipulation of the ionosphere and the alteration of the earth’s magnetic fields. This technology seems to have both localized and global capabilities. Evidence indicates that this technology also has the capability of manipulating human behavior and mood patterns. Nikola Tesla All of this seemingly Star Trek-like technology originated from a Serbian immigrant named Nikola Tesla who came to the United States just before the turn of the century. This man, without question, proved to be the greatest scientific genius of this century. Tesla worked with both Westinghouse and Edison during the infancy… Read More