Truman Green's science rumours

September 23, 2014

Old Ed thinks I’m totally nuts when I suggest that the weather is odd because it’s totally controlled.

Filed under: Uncategorized — trugreen1 @ 8:12 am

My neighbour Ed , (78) who laughs almost continually in spite of his

long list of very serious medical problems, has a particularly good laugh

whenever I suggest to him that our odd weather is odd because it’s totally

manufactured and controlled.

 

I recommend that readers who are a bit more curious than Ed should read: “Artificial Atmospheric

Ionization-A Potential Window For Weather Modification,” by Phillip Kauffman, for a primer course on

weather creation.

 

The message in my post entitled, “A Message In The Fake Clouds” was also manufactured using ionized atmospheric

particles. I watched it slowly assemble over my head then disassemble within two or three minutes. The message

was manufactured by using directed electromagnetic energy manipulation of ionized cloud-forming particles–

the exact method by which huge clouds are not only manufactured, but also moved around to create whatever

weather the rain-makers desire.

The ionized particles are usually nanosized aluminum or barium which become the particles to which

water vapour adheres to form rain drops.

 

A good analogue is to think of the entire process as akin to the old experiment of putting a bunch of magnetized

bits of iron dust on a sheet of paper and using a small magnet below the paper to move the particles around.

Of course modern cloud-making is exponentially more sophisticated than this child’s experiment, or even

the silver iodide cloud seeding projects which began way back in the olden days–the 1950s.

 

I’m not going to try to convince Ed though. He’s having way too much fun laughing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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