Satellite Photos and Geoengineering

(Joseph P. Farrell) This amazing series of photographs was spotted and shared by V.T., who deserves a big thank you. My reasons for sharing these with the readers here are manifold, firstly, because of their inherent interest, secondly, because I have myself personally seen similar types of formations in clouds, and thirdly, because those formations that appear in some of these pictures, and which I myself have personally seen, merit some commentary by way of some very high octane speculation.

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Oxford PhD Holder: “There Has Been No Completely ‘Natural Weather for Decades.”

It's raining again where I'm located, and I decided to move today's original blog to the honorable mention category, and do another blog about weather modification, which has been much on my mind lately. 

And it's not just because the weather has been so freakish. On my trips outside, I've been watching watching cloud formations, and on clear days I have seen cirro-nimbus and cirrus clouds in rectilinear shapes, and on one occasion, they just stayed more or less stationary for several minutes.

Today was another day of "weird" and in some cases "unnatural" looking clouds.

This is all qualitative and subjective evaluation, of course, but to a purpose: last week I interview in the members' area of this website Elana Freeland, who wrote the book Under an Ionized Sky, which I regard as a kind of one-volume encyclopedia of weather modification technologies, their implications, and most importantly, their operational use for at least three decades.

And, just for the record, I believe a case can be made for their operational use as early as the 1950s.

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HAARP Project: It Can Deliver Very Large Amount of Energy, Comparable to a Nuclear Bomb, Anywhere on Earth

Military interest in space became intense during and after World War II because of the introduction of rocket science, the companion to nuclear technology. The early versions include the buzz bomb and guided missiles. They were thought of as potential carriers of both nuclear and conventional bombs.

Rocket technology and nuclear weapon technology developed simultaneously between 1945 and 1963. During this time of intensive atmospheric nuclear testing, explosions at various levels above and below the surface of the earth were tried.

Some of the now familiar descriptions of the earth's protective atmosphere, such as the existence of the Van Allen belts, were based on information gained through stratospheric and ionospheric experimentation.

The earth's atmosphere consists of the troposphere, from sea level to about 16 km above the earth's surface; the stratosphere (which contains the ozone level) which extends from about the 16 to 48 km above the earth; and the ionosphere which extends from 48 km to over 50,000 km above the surface of the earth.

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