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Nova Scotia Unsolved Murders & Missing People


Nova Scotia Unsolved Murders & Missing People…

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“Owning the Weather” The idea that Hurricane Sandy is a man-made phenomenon Cannot be thrown Out

“Owning the Weather” The idea that Hurricane Sandy is a man-made phenomenon Cannot be thrown Out

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“Owning the Weather” The idea that Hurricane Sandy is a man-made phenomenon Cannot be thrown Out

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In his 1970 book, Between Two Ages, former U.S. National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brezezinski mentioned weather control as a “new weapon” for the U.S. military and a “key element of strategy.”

“Technology will make available, to the leaders of major nations, techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only a bare minimum of the security forces need be appraised… Techniques of weather modification could be employed to produce prolonged periods of drought or storm.”

Between 1962 and 1983, the United States Navy, the U.S. Weather Bureau and the National Science Foundation carried out an experimental research program that was yielding some success in moderating hurricanes.

Project Stormfury was suspended, however, and eventually terminated for specious reasons. Commenting on an overview of The Stormfury Era by the Hurricane Research Division of the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, Dick Eastman, MS, MA, noted that the privatization of weather-related government agencies was a factor in the termination of this project:

[Project Stormfury] was discontinued just as new planes for doing the interventions were made available. It seems that we had a deliberate effort to stifle success at the very time that the national weather bureau and other weather-related government agencies were being privatized:

 (the National Weather Service, like the Federal Reserve Bank, the Atomic Energy Commission and the National Science Foundation are privately owned and controlled organizations — each operating in their respective fields in totally unregulated and largely unsupervised  environments, with the public thinking that each is part of the government…

Storm Fury demonstrated — regardless of the sophistry — that hurricane winds can be reduced from 130 mph to 75 or 80 mph — a difference that means the a difference of billions in damages and of doubtless many lives.

But we are not only seeing the deliberate decision to let disaster happen when it could be prevented — we are seeing something much worse — the deliberate use of this technology developed by minds that sought to help mankind as a means of destroying our homes and killing our people for the sake of ’disaster-industry’ profit and ‘national-emergency’ power.”

 

What did the North Koreans and Laotians think in the sixties when the Monsoon season carried on for more than six weeks after it usually ended?

They couldn’t possibly have known that the United States Air Force’s “Operation_Popeye” was seeding the cloud cover over the top of the Ho Chi Minh Trail with ‘Olive Oil’ deliberately extending that season.

Why is the United States so interested in the weather that it would violate international treaty? The answer may lie in the history of weather control and the fact that the US military has long been used to having a stacked deck.

“By the late 1950s, people began to think about our new ability to alter the weather in military terms. The Cold War was kicking into high gear, and the US intelligence community became aware that the Soviets were experimenting with cloud seeding and other kinds of weather control, such as cloud dissipation. In 1957, Henry Houghton, chair of MIT’s meteorology department, noted, “I shudder to think of the consequences of a prior Russian discovery of a feasible method for weather control. That same year, a Presidential Advisory Committee on Weather Control noted (with perfect deadpan sensationalism) that, “weather modification could become a more important weapon than the atom bomb.”

Investigative Journalist Forty-four-year-old Les Whitten, the chief investigative reporter for syndicated NY Times columnist Jack Anderson, was handcuffed and hauled off to jail right in the middle of the Watergate Scandal after Anderson broke the Weather Control story.

At the same time private weather controllers were debunked and some also arrested, one “dying in detention” after being arrested for “transporting rain-making equipment across state lines”.

In October 2003 the US National Research Council issued a report titled, “Critical Issues in weather modificaton research indicating similar conclusions carried by a Pentagon report in the same month “An abrupt climate change scenario and its implications for United States national security,” that explored how global warming could lead to rapid and catastrophic global cooling.

Much of the work seems to have been done at the Navy’s China Lake weapons research. “Between 1949 and 1978,” the base’s in-house newspaper, The Rocketeer, reported, “China Lake developed concepts, techniques, and hardware that were successfully used in hurricane abatement, fog control, and drought relief.”

“Drought relief” is an interesting way to put it. China Lake caught the eye of the CIA in the early 1960s, which saw the potential of weather control in the rapidly expanding conflict in Vietnam (“Popeye”). The CIA’s first use of the Navy’s technology was crowd dispersal. “The Diem regime was having all that trouble with the Buddhists,” an agent told Seymour Hersh in 1972. “They would just stand around during demonstrations when the police threw tear gas at them, but we noticed that when the rains came they wouldn’t stay on. The agency got an Air America Beechcraft and had it rigged up with silver iodide. There was another demonstration and we seeded the area. It rained.”

The story of the top-secret project—flown by the Air Force but controlled by the CIA and the White House—was broken in 1971 in Jack Anderson’s national newspaper column, then, to greater fanfare, in July 1972, with Hersh’s front-page story in the New York Times. And while there were no rules at the time about weather modification—or any environmental warfare, for that matter—the Nixon administration was not happy with Hersh’s revelations. The White House and the State Department declined comment, and one unnamed official said, “This is one of those things where no one is going to say anything.”

(People said even less about CIA weather modification in Cuba. During 1969 and 1970, planes from China Lake seeded clouds that rained over non-agricultural regions of Cuba, leaving at least some of the country’s sugar cane fields dry.) 

The eventual response was an international treaty, the Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques, or ENMOD, which entered into force in 1978. The main tenet of the treaty, which stands today, is this:

“Each State Party to this Convention undertakes not to engage in military or any other hostile use of environmental modification techniques having widespread, long-lasting or severe effects as the means of destruction, damage or injury to any other State Party.”

But the treaty has a loophole big enough to drive a truck through: It prohibits only action with “widespread, long-lasting or severe effects.”

When Air Force intelligence analysts turned their thoughts to the weather in the mid-1990s, they made up their own definition of these limits: widespread means affecting more than several hundred kilometers; long-lasting means for a period of months; and severe “involves serious or significant disruption or harm to human life, natural or economic resources, or other assets.” Which is to say that, except for the human life part, most military applications, which tend to be short-term and localized, are allowed.

How could we possible ‘know’ that the HAARP program isn’t a sixty-year intense weaponization of the weather, a very sophisticated extension of that cloud seeding over Viet Nam and Laos so long ago?

There has been little or nothing reported about weather control since the forties.

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In his 1970 book, Between Two Ages, former U.S. National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brezezinski mentioned weather control as a “new weapon” for the U.S. military and a “key element of strategy.”

“Technology will make available, to the leaders of major nations, techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only a bare minimum of the security forces need be appraised… Techniques of weather modification could be employed to produce prolonged periods of drought or storm.”

Between 1962 and 1983, the United States Navy, the U.S. Weather Bureau and the National Science Foundation carried out an experimental research program that was yielding some success in moderating hurricanes.

Project Stormfury was suspended, however, and eventually terminated for specious reasons. Commenting on an overview of The Stormfury Era by the Hurricane Research Division of the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, Dick Eastman, MS, MA, noted that the privatization of weather-related government agencies was a factor in the termination of this project:

[Project Stormfury] was discontinued just as new planes for doing the interventions were made available. It seems that we had a deliberate effort to stifle success at the very time that the national weather bureau and other weather-related government agencies were being privatized:

 (the National Weather Service, like the Federal Reserve Bank, the Atomic Energy Commission and the National Science Foundation are privately owned and controlled organizations — each operating in their respective fields in totally unregulated and largely unsupervised  environments, with the public thinking that each is part of the government…

Storm Fury demonstrated — regardless of the sophistry — that hurricane winds can be reduced from 130 mph to 75 or 80 mph — a difference that means the a difference of billions in damages and of doubtless many lives.

But we are not only seeing the deliberate decision to let disaster happen when it could be prevented — we are seeing something much worse — the deliberate use of this technology developed by minds that sought to help mankind as a means of destroying our homes and killing our people for the sake of ’disaster-industry’ profit and ‘national-emergency’ power.”

 

What did the North Koreans and Laotians think in the sixties when the Monsoon season carried on for more than six weeks after it usually ended?

They couldn’t possibly have known that the United States Air Force’s “Operation_Popeye” was seeding the cloud cover over the top of the Ho Chi Minh Trail with ‘Olive Oil’ deliberately extending that season.

Why is the United States so interested in the weather that it would violate international treaty? The answer may lie in the history of weather control and the fact that the US military has long been used to having a stacked deck.

“By the late 1950s, people began to think about our new ability to alter the weather in military terms. The Cold War was kicking into high gear, and the US intelligence community became aware that the Soviets were experimenting with cloud seeding and other kinds of weather control, such as cloud dissipation. In 1957, Henry Houghton, chair of MIT’s meteorology department, noted, “I shudder to think of the consequences of a prior Russian discovery of a feasible method for weather control. That same year, a Presidential Advisory Committee on Weather Control noted (with perfect deadpan sensationalism) that, “weather modification could become a more important weapon than the atom bomb.”

Investigative Journalist Forty-four-year-old Les Whitten, the chief investigative reporter for syndicated NY Times columnist Jack Anderson, was handcuffed and hauled off to jail right in the middle of the Watergate Scandal after Anderson broke the Weather Control story.

At the same time private weather controllers were debunked and some also arrested, one “dying in detention” after being arrested for “transporting rain-making equipment across state lines”.

In October 2003 the US National Research Council issued a report titled, “Critical Issues in weather modificaton research indicating similar conclusions carried by a Pentagon report in the same month “An abrupt climate change scenario and its implications for United States national security,” that explored how global warming could lead to rapid and catastrophic global cooling.

Much of the work seems to have been done at the Navy’s China Lake weapons research. “Between 1949 and 1978,” the base’s in-house newspaper, The Rocketeer, reported, “China Lake developed concepts, techniques, and hardware that were successfully used in hurricane abatement, fog control, and drought relief.”

“Drought relief” is an interesting way to put it. China Lake caught the eye of the CIA in the early 1960s, which saw the potential of weather control in the rapidly expanding conflict in Vietnam (“Popeye”). The CIA’s first use of the Navy’s technology was crowd dispersal. “The Diem regime was having all that trouble with the Buddhists,” an agent told Seymour Hersh in 1972. “They would just stand around during demonstrations when the police threw tear gas at them, but we noticed that when the rains came they wouldn’t stay on. The agency got an Air America Beechcraft and had it rigged up with silver iodide. There was another demonstration and we seeded the area. It rained.”

The story of the top-secret project—flown by the Air Force but controlled by the CIA and the White House—was broken in 1971 in Jack Anderson’s national newspaper column, then, to greater fanfare, in July 1972, with Hersh’s front-page story in the New York Times. And while there were no rules at the time about weather modification—or any environmental warfare, for that matter—the Nixon administration was not happy with Hersh’s revelations. The White House and the State Department declined comment, and one unnamed official said, “This is one of those things where no one is going to say anything.”

(People said even less about CIA weather modification in Cuba. During 1969 and 1970, planes from China Lake seeded clouds that rained over non-agricultural regions of Cuba, leaving at least some of the country’s sugar cane fields dry.) 

The eventual response was an international treaty, the Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques, or ENMOD, which entered into force in 1978. The main tenet of the treaty, which stands today, is this:

“Each State Party to this Convention undertakes not to engage in military or any other hostile use of environmental modification techniques having widespread, long-lasting or severe effects as the means of destruction, damage or injury to any other State Party.”

But the treaty has a loophole big enough to drive a truck through: It prohibits only action with “widespread, long-lasting or severe effects.”

When Air Force intelligence analysts turned their thoughts to the weather in the mid-1990s, they made up their own definition of these limits: widespread means affecting more than several hundred kilometers; long-lasting means for a period of months; and severe “involves serious or significant disruption or harm to human life, natural or economic resources, or other assets.” Which is to say that, except for the human life part, most military applications, which tend to be short-term and localized, are allowed.

How could we possible ‘know’ that the HAARP program isn’t a sixty-year intense weaponization of the weather, a very sophisticated extension of that cloud seeding over Viet Nam and Laos so long ago?

There has been little or nothing reported about weather control since the forties.

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