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"Judgment Day" has to recalculated...to Oct. 21
#21
Multimillionaire Wrote:Unfortunately I dont know enough about meteorology or cloud seeding to pose an intelligent / factual debate with her, nor do I feel like researching it online. lol


I'm a Nat'l Weather Service Storm Spotter (Advanced Level Skywarn: that and a buck gets me a cup of coffee)

The clouds have indeed been "seeded" - by the warm moist air coming out of the Gulf. When it meets the cold dry air from the Pacific (during this La Nina cycle of cold water) - we get storms. In La Nina cycles, the storms tend to be more towards the east and north (and more heavily populated areas). Most Meteorologists predicted this unfortunate Spring pattern last winter :cray: and they've been correct.

There's no conspiracy/malice/whatever. "Weather happens". What makes me sad is that we've come so far in being able to predict where the powerful storms will occur (like the Weather Channel's Tor-Con Index); the warning systems generally give folks 15-30 minutes to take cover - and yet we have so many people who lose their lives.
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#22
So Deb, you think "There's no conspiracy/malice/whatever. "Weather happens"." eh?

Google "Haarp". From a standpoint of science (namely physics) I find it very difficult to believe that work of this nature has absolutely no effect on the upper atmosphere in regards to how weather develops.
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#23
Ahhh yes, HAARP. It controls the weather, causes earthquakes, gulf war syndrome, chronic fatigue, and the downing of flight 800.

You're a veritable library of conspiracies MM. Smile
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#24
ibofightback Wrote:Ahhh yes, HAARP. It controls the weather, causes earthquakes, gulf war syndrome, chronic fatigue, and the downing of flight 800.


It also made you type that.

Poor sucker... :crazy:
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ibofightback Wrote:Ahhh yes, HAARP. It controls the weather, causes earthquakes, gulf war syndrome, chronic fatigue, and the downing of flight 800.

You're a veritable library of conspiracies MM. Smile

:rotfl: I KNEW you couldn't resist commenting! I was expecting it! :rotfl:
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#26
lol!

And just to be clear, I didn't make that up. People have blamed HAARP for all of those things.
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#27
Multimillionaire Wrote:So Deb, you think "There's no conspiracy/malice/whatever. "Weather happens"." eh?


Oh - I totally believe it's a conspiracy.

Humans build levees/seawalls to hold back the water. They build ships that "can't sink". They build hurricane/wildfire/landslide/earthquake-proof buildings. They say things like "that'll never erupt" and "it never freezes here". Let's not forget "tornadoes don't hit large cities".

All the while, Mother Nature is watching and laughing...... heck yes it's a conspiracy!!!!
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#28
Here - I copied this from one of the haarp-controlling weather pages Rolleyes

The idea behind Weather Control is simple, when you think about it simply. When you see and experience a strong thunderstorm, with a lot of lightening and thunder, what fact about this storm strikes you the most? Are you not impressed by the powerful display of energy that you witness? Energy is the primary ingredient behind nature's storms. Therefore, you must believe that, just perhaps, if energy is the most dominant outward factor in all kinds of storms, then energy might be the key factor in creating such storms in the first place.

ENERGY ENERGY ENERGY ENERGY ENERGY ENERGY

So, you ask, how much energy is required to create, and then direct, storms? The answer to that question depends upon many factors, but let us tell you how much capability has been built into the newly created power transmission station in remote Alaska. These power transmission towers are not your typical towers, as they are designed to generate power in such a way that it is beamed up into the ionosphere in tremendous quantities.


OK - I may not be a meteorologist, but this I know for sure: "weather" takes place in the troposphere. The ionosphere is a longlonglonglonglonglongLONG LONG distance away. Like trying to terrify the folks in Miami by bombing Nantucket.
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#29
Not to mention, according to that source (which is undoubtedly incredibly accurate! Rolleyes ), the energy HAARP can beam is

1700000000 watts

The energy in a run of the mill hurricane?

600000000000000 watts ... or about 200 times the total energy producing capacity of the whole of humanity

As it happens, the actual energy produced by HAARP is -

3600000 watts
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#30
Well, let's consider the energy HAARP creates *must* pass through the tropo-smopo-sphere on the way to the ion-zion-sphere...you know, it *could* be mucking things up on the way there....

But, I do not support the HAARP-makes-weather theory.

I'm just pointing out that the conspiracy folks generally soap-box their theories via lay-terms, to lay-people, and so it is DEFINITELY plausible - in their rather narrow and ignorant world-view - that HAARP is mixing the weather-sphere sauce a little different than Mo' Nature might.

At least my theory doesn't have a need to make-up - or even ignore - science.

The alien-dudes in the seed-spreaders know what they're doing...
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