Hurricane Michael blasted through Florida's panhandle only two days ago, and rescue units are now transitioning to searching, as it's feared that thousands of persons that have informally been reported missing are deceased. It's hoped that friends and relatives that haven't been heard from are just unable to get a call out since many of the cell phone towers are down in the area. So far the toll for Hurricane Michael stands at 17 deaths.
The hurricane made landfall in the area of Mexico Beach and then tracked forward in a northeasterly direction with record-breaking winds that have not been experienced in Florida in over 75 years, and it's the third most powerful storm to hit the U.S. mainland. It was a cat. 4 hurricane, only 2 miles per hour shy of being a cat. 5 which is the fiercest and deadliest measurement on the five-step Saffir-Simpson wind scale.
The damages have not been tabulated yet, but it's believed it could be in excess of $ 15 billion. Areas in the Carolinas which were flooded from Hurricane Florence only a month ago, got additional rainfall which put a strain on those trying to recover from that weather event.
Last year, three major hurricanes made landfall in the United States, Harvey in Texas, Irma in Florida and Maria in Puerto Rico.
It's in the aftermath of deadly and costly weather events in successive years that conspiracy theories once again raise their heads concerning the idea of weather modification. This topic is taboo with government organizations which deny any efforts to engineer climate events.
How could a hurricane be engineered? Some point to The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) a government research project that studies the upper atmosphere and electromagnetic waves. It's believed that not only can they create weather events, it can be directed towards certain areas. Naturally, HAARP denies any involvement. and insist the project is nothing more sinister than a radio science research facility. They are also thought to be able to affect earthquakes, and are using shortwave radio signals as tools for mind control against American citizens.
This storm hit the eastern seaboard a week before U.S. elections took place. It was theorized that it had been produced in order to guarantee Barack Obama a win at his bid for reelection. The disaster provided an opportunity for him to be the "hero" for the thousands who were negatively impacted by Sandy.
Presently 92% of California residents are being affecting by abnormally dry conditions. From 2011 to 2017 the state experienced one of the worst droughts on record. Over a million trees died according to the US Forest Service. The explanation given is that the drought is a result of global warming, however conspiracy theorists believe it is a result of geo-engineering which has cut the rainfall in California by the continuous use of aerosols and use of ionosphere heating. The end result being sought is that after years of little or no rain, eventually a desert-like terrain will force the citizenry to rely on the government to provide food and water, allowing total control over the population.
Airplanes contrails that disperse slowly are believed to be chemicals sprayed into the atmosphere by government institutions, which insist that these are just visible vapor lines
The former are just examples of weather events that are believed to be manipulated. There are some that believe there is no natural weather any longer, and the continued geo-engineering has halted the planet's normal climate system. Due to this unexpected result, manipulation of the climate is no longer a choice but required hurtling America into a state of weather warfare.
Source - Listverse
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