Weather Control and Warfare By James Reed
I have long been a proponent of the idea that weather machines are being used in warfare. Sure, that was a conspiracy theory, but more what was once a conspiracy, is now a reality.
“Weather modification and manipulation don’t exist.
Weather modification is a crazy conspiracy theory.
Weather modification is not scientifically possible.
All of these are phrases that have been repeated ad nauseam by mainstream media for years. Suddenly, however, now mainstream media outlets can (and do) openly discuss ongoing weather modification programs from both corporations and foreign governments.
It looks like weather modification is one of those “crazy conspiracy theories” that isn’t so crazy after all.
Let’s talk about China’s weather modification program.
China’s program sounds suspiciously like the “conspiracy theories” the MSM told us were false.
A recent story from Business Insider regarding China’s weather modification projects revealed that China is “massively expanding” its publicly admitted weather control projects. China aims to be able to cover half of the country in artificial rain and snow by 2025. The project is a rudimentary and now arcane method of “cloud seeding,” which General Electric claimed the discovery of in the United States in 1946. China launched its program in the 1960s.
Dozens of other countries have similar programs. However, China now has the world’s largest, and it employs around 35,000 people. Keep in mind this is the publicly acknowledged wing of the program, not secret research or facilities.
In a statement, the Chinese State Council said that the country’s cloud seeding project would expand five times over to cover an area of 2.1 million square miles. China is 3.7 million square miles, which means that the project would cover 56% of its land surface area.
China’s weather manipulation is set to be worldwide by 2034
The State Council said that the project would be at a “worldwide advanced level” by 2034 and that it will help alleviate “disasters such as drought and hail,” and that it will facilitate emergency responses “to forest or grassland fires.”
China’s current publicly admitted program uses artificial cloud seeding, spraying chemicals like silver iodide or liquid nitrogen into clouds which can make water droplets condense, then fall as rain or snow.
In 2008, China launched a cloud seeding project in Beijing right before the Olympics that caused rain to fall before the event started. In 2016, China devoted $30 million to cloud seeding and began firing bullets filled with salt and minerals into the sky.
In 2017, it spent $168 million on a massive supply of equipment to facilitate the project, including four aircraft and “897 rocket launchers.” Business Insider previously reported that China’s Ministry of Finance wanted to use cloud seeding to create at least 60 billion cubic meters of additional rain every year by 2020.
Chinese media reported in 2019 that cloud seeding tactics in Xinjiang prevented 70% of crops from anticipated hail damage.
One must wonder if a government has the scientific ability to manipulate the weather on such a grand scale, have they considered weaponizing it as well as using it for benevolent purposes? Some people might ask if the engineering is such that a once-in-a-century storm could be created, or some other ecological anomaly.
No, that’s just crazy talk.
For more information on the weaponization of weather, check out Steve Quayle’s book, Weather Wars.
The United States and the United Arab Emirates also have publicly acknowledged weather modification programs.
China is not the only country utilizing weather modification technology.
In 2015, for instance, the United Arab Emirates launched a $5 million research program for “rain enhancement science.”
From the mid-1960s to the early 1980s, the United States’ NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) actively pursued Project STORMFURY, a program designed to modify hurricanes. The US also used cloud seeding in the Great Plains and the Western States to “combat drought.”
Wyoming has dumped $15 million into a ten-year study that concluded cloud seeding could add 10 percent more snow to an existing storm.
Idaho even funded a National Science Foundation research project to test cloud seeding to increase snowfall.
“Idaho Power is interested in putting more snow on the ground in the mountains, which leads to more water in rivers from snowmelt,” said atmospheric scientist Jeff French of the University of Wyoming in a statement. “In turn, that leads to more power generation capability throughout the year.”
The real interesting times are ahead as the climate change hoax gets into overdrive, and the sun is blocked. Guess how many are going to starve?