Sunday, 17 November 2013

The Telegraph: Weather Could be Controlled Using Lasers i.e. Electromagnetic Waves

The Telegraph put out an article stating that, "Scientists are attempting to control the weather by using lasers to create clouds, induce rain and even trigger lightning." It further states:
Experts from around the world are to gather at the World Meteorological Organisation next month to discuss how powerful laser pulses can be used to generate changes in the atmosphere that influence the weather. . . Their experiments have shown that intense pulses of light can cause ice to form and water to condense, leading to the formation of clouds.
However, we believe that lasers, or specific bands of electromagnetic frequencies, have already been in use for quite some time now, and have been affecting our weather on a daily basis. This is perhaps the reason why we are seeing NEXRAD / Doppler radar, causing strange weather anomalies, affecting our weather drastically. The question we must ask ourselves is, should we trust in whose hands this technology lies? More importantly, what are the long-term environmental effects of electromagnetic weather-modification, and its negative implications? How will this change natural weather cycles and formations, and what consequences will it have? And for the bird-watchers, do we really want more dead birds falling from the sky, as a result of increased electromagnetic (i.e. laser) emissions in the atmosphere? Also, should we deem this to be beneficial for our honey-making bees and their colony collapse? Should we really be zapping our skies, all in the name of corporate-corrupted science and weather-perverts? Aren't are skies already enough polluted with EMF emissions? Do we really need more artificial electromagnetic radiation that is clearly not good for human health?

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