Sunday, October 28, 2012
Definately HTA - HAARP Type Array infrasonic undulation. But it's not just the array we know as HAARP in Alaska. It is a miraid of TTA network arrays working in concert. Arrays can be ground based, Satellite emitters, Field antenna signal boosters, flight based, ship based, mobile or even hand held. (Depending on the civilian or military use.) There are even TTA signal echo buoys thoughout our oceans. Ionospher fortified w-chemtrail as a reflective frequency mirror.
You have to ask yourself who is at the helm? And why are they doing it? What could be gained by manipulating a storm that so far has killed over 40 people, on a journey of devastation expected to eclipse any in this century on the east coast so far???!!!
The reality of weather modification is no conspiracy theory.
But ask yourself this, "If we can modify weather then why don't we still do it for the good. For instance, seeding clouds to make it rain, so our breadbasket doesn't become a dust bowl, or so fires that burned for so long could be quenched?
And why don't we steer hurricanes away from murderous rampages, instead of directing them into it?" There is no more question we have the technology. And no excuse not to use it for good.
Since before the 50′s, weather modification techniques have existed. In fact, the threat of "weather weapons" was so imminent that the United Nations felt it necessary to draft a treaty ensuring no nation would use this "new means of warfare" against one another. Why would the U.N. draft a treaty if weather modification was just a conspiracy theory?
Treaty defined "weather weapons" as follows: "[...] the term "environmental modification techniques" refers to any technique for changing -- through the deliberate manipulation of natural processes--the dynamics, composition or structure of the Earth, including its biota, lithosphere, hydrosphere andatmosphere, or of outer space."
The Engineered Storm of The Century: Video Report
Alex covers the storm of the century, Hurricane Sandy, as it moves ominously toward the east coast.