A leading weather service is reporting that the US government is opening a public, on the record study into weather modification and Geo-engineering.
Weather modification and Geo-engineering are both taboo topics for most people, with many believing that no such programs exist. Despite the mountains of proof put forward by whistle blowers and and independent researchers, weather modification is just too crazy for some people to believe.
The government has been involved with may of these projects on the record, but they will rarely admit this and refuse to entertain any questions on the subject. The media have also been complicit in keeping most people in disbelief of weather modification and Geo-engineering.
However, recently the US government began planning a new study that will delve into these issues, but from a propagandizing point of view. Independent investigators already know that current methods of Geo-engineering are harmful to the environment, and now the government that once denied the very existence of these projects, is carrying out a study to discover just that, if it they are harmful to the environment.
Weather warfare is banned under a 1980 treaty to which the U.S. is a signatory, but the U.S. intelligence community definitely has an interest in such technologies, said John E. Pike, director of GlobalSecurity.org, a security think tank in Alexandria, Va.
“Because global warming may impact the security of other countries and create problems for the U.S. government,” Pike said. One national security benefit would be to prevent state failure in Africa, particularly in a nation such as Somalia, which has suffered through famine and a long-term civil war. It also would be perfectly ethical for the U.S. government to use weather modification to save lives and money, Pike said.
Lauren Rugani of the National Academy of Sciences said that “The project’s main goal is to provide a technical evaluation of proposed geoengineering techniques such as carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation management, to determine what we know and don’t know about their physical capabilities, technical feasibilities, known risks, and intended or unintended consequences”
Rugani was also open about the governments history of weather modification, saying that “In its report, the committee may briefly discuss weather modification as a historical example and draw on ‘lessons learned,’”
Project Meteorologist Jonathan Jennings of the West Texas Weather Modification Association spoke openly about “cloud seeding” programs, and other operations that seemed to resemble what we know as “Chemtrails”.
“In Texas, our operations are conducted by seeding at the base of a convective thunderstorm with an aircraft. Our pilots and meteorologists (on the ground) work together via radio contact to identify target clouds and areas of inflow,” Jennings said.
“We rely on the inflow to transport our material into the areas of the cloud that the material is expected to impact. The meteorologists are licensed by the state of Texas to perform these operations. The main tools used are satellite imagery and radar via a program called TITAN (Thunderstorm Identification, Tracking, Analysis and Nowcasting) supported by the National Center for Atmospheric Research.” he said.
Besides the United States, forty-two other nations have weather modification programs, according to a report released in July by the Expert Team on Weather Modification Research of the World Meteorological Organization.
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