The above video is a 24 hour water vapour loop animation provided from satellite data. Note the moisture being generated in the Gulf of Mexico, as it is later driven into Mexico and the U.S., creating a large storm that heads into the Dakotas. One such journal discusses this phenomenon as a natural event, but fails to mention the influence of Doppler sites and climate engineering that are involved in facilitating these types of weather fronts on a large level. The video below is a similar animation using IR satellite data. We recommend reading the article entitled Mexico / Texas Plume Generators - multiple stations producing ionized clouds, and watching the video entitled Weather Modification in the Gulf of Mexico (speaker Rosalind Peterson).
|NEXRAD radar sites that use electromagnetism to affect and thwart moisture and clouds|
|The NEXRAD radar sites make up a vast network of Doppler sites stretching across the continent|
|After taking a close look at the above satellite image showing moisture patterns, see the NEXRAD radar photos below, which show moisture being channelled through the different radar sites.|
|Often times, Canadian Doppler radar is also used in conjunction with northern U.S. NEXRAD radar sites|