Saturday, February 19, 2011

Whats Up With the Weather These Days?

BluesBerry wrote:

I believe two things are happening with the weather; one is natural and the other is not.

The natural phenomenon is that periodically the earth crust slips; this is caused by magnetic shift in the core on the earth. It’s like the peel of a tomato slipping. Countries that were hot become cold and vice versa. However, this is a slow phenomenon that occures once every (maybe) 11,000 years. This is why we find long-dead animals in the Artic with spring foliage in their stomachs, or why we find salt-water fish in fresh-water lakes. Though the phenomenon only occurs @ 11,000 years, when it happens, it happens swiftly, so swiftly that neither man nor animal has time to react. (Theory was developed by Charlas Hapgood.)

In 2004 Hutton and co-author Jonathan Eagle published Earth's Catastrophic Past and Future: A Scientific Analysis of Information, which summarized possible mechanisms and the timing of a future pole shift. Among these are:
A postglacial crustal rebound.
A high-velocity asteroid or comet which hits Earth moving the mantle.
An unusually magnetic celestial object passing close to Earth reorienting the magnetic field.

The unnatural, human-made weapon is indeed a WMD. The United States has this weapon; it is called HAARP.

Russia has this weapon; it is called SURA.

Way back in thr 1970s, The United Nations ruled these weather weapons were illegal & forbidden. These weather machines play with the ionesphere. They can cause earthquakes, droughts, floods, hurricaines – just about anything you want the weather to do against whomever you want the weather to do it.

Unfortunatley, no one seems too interested in exploring these Weather Weapons of Mass Destruction, though I consider them more dangerous than nukes because people literally do not know what's hitting them. They tend to believe that only God can control the weather.

I believe WMDs like HAARP and SURA are the greatest threat to the future of our climate and our world.

Having said this, they may also be our greatest hope. If these weapons can make bad weather, could they not also make rain where there is drought, etc.

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