WEATHER WARS
In The Electric Sky How to Make, or Suppress Rainfall.
Sun May 7, 2006 02:14

 
In The Electric Sky How to Make, or Suppress Rainfall.
http://weatherwars.info/holes01.htm

The following is an excerpt from http://www.spectrum.ieee.org/WEBONLY/resource/apr04/0404nele.html in which Russian atmospheric scientists are selling and installing atmospheric ionizers in northern Mexico to relieve their parched farmlands.

The article above but with an informational critique inserted which in my opinion balances and adds needed depth and a more complete understanding to the story. http://www.holoscience.com/news.php?article=9eq6g3aj

...But some atmospheric scientists aren't so sure the Russians aren't selling snake oil. "[Ionization] is highly unconventional and in my realm of experience, I have seen no concrete evidence published in a refereed journal, nor have I seen sufficient credible eyewitness verification that the technology works as touted," says George Bomar, the meteorologist charged by the Texas government with licensing the state's weather modification projects.

Comment: This is the common phenomenon of cognitive dissonance in science. The Russians are performing a weather experiment which should fail according to accepted theory. So the scientist complains that he has seen no concrete evidence published in a refereed journal. But the complaint reduces to a matter of belief. Scientists do not believe electrical power is input to weather systems. Referees who believe atmospheric electricity is an effect, rather than a cause of weather, would almost certainly find grounds for rejecting funding for, or publication of, such an experiment. The same applies to the publication of reports from credible eyewitnesses. For decades airline pilots witnessed strange lightning above storms but were discouraged from reporting it. The objection is unfair and unscientific. Advances come from challenging established beliefs.

Ionization technology is called either IOLA (ionization of the local atmosphere) by Earthwise or ELAT (electrification of the atmosphere) by the company ELAT. IOLA and ELAT compete with conventional cloud seeding, which though it also remains scientifically unproven, is used in more than 24 countries and 10 U.S. states. Cloud seeding usually involves dispersing a chemical agent such as silver iodide into cloud formations, which helps ice crystals form, leading, it is thought, to bigger clouds and more precipitation than without seeding. The ionization approach, according to Bissiachi, now ELAT's vice president of R&D and operations, does a similar job but twice over. Ions attract water in the atmosphere, creating the aerosol that produces clouds, and they also charge the dust already in the air, making particles become more attractive nuclei for water droplets, which coalesce and fall to the ground as rain.

Comment: It seems that the basic problem in gaining acceptance for ionization technology is the facile description of what causes rain. And that is a problem inherited from the experts the meteorologists and atmospheric scientists. The water molecule is fascinating because, unlike the nitrogen and oxygen molecules in the air, it is electrically polarized.
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from chemtrails, to HAARP, to hi-lo clouds 'formations', to satellite pics, to radar scans, to SOHO mysterious 'visitors' near and around the Sun... MUST SEE. Lots and Lots of fine pics!

And if you like prophecies, Native prophecies, here is this interesting link:
http://www.wolflodge.org/visibiliti/prophecy/redsky.htm

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Two weeks before 9/11, Porter Goss, the White House nominee for the CIA Director of Intelligence was being "briefed on the growing threat of al Qaeda" (WP, 5/04/03) by a Pakistani General who "ran a spy agency notoriously close to Osama bin Laden and the Taliban." (WP, 5/18/02)
The URL of this article is: http://globalresearch.ca/articles/CHO407A.html

 

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