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Published by Global Resistance, 2016.
While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book, the publisher assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein.
First edition. May 1, 2016.
Copyright © 2016 William King.
Written by William King.
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1 | Climate Changes
2 | DEFORESTATION
3 | QUOTES ON GLOBAL WARMING
The history of experimentation programs on weather manipulation date back many decades. In fact, weather manipulation programs were being conducted within the United States, Russia, Germany, and the Netherlands in the late 1940’s, beginning the modern era of weather manipulation.
On November 13, 1946 a scientist working for the General Electric Company, named Vincent Schaefer had successfully accomplished seeding clouds within the atmosphere. He took three pounds of dry ice and scattered it within a cloud along a three mile stretch at 14,000 feet from a plane, causing it to snow.
Another scientist named Bernard Vonnegut, who was also working for General Electric, pursued his research in ice nucleation after realizing that dry ice had been successfully seeded into a cloud by another one of his co-workers causing precipitation. He had discovered that fine powders made from the metals of silver and lead could be used as a substitute for the dry ice, which turned out to be way more efficient.
The General Electric Company had supported the early experimental research on weather manipulation.
This was the beginning of Project Cirrus, where an airplane had been used to administer the fine particles of silver and lead into the atmosphere causing precipitation.
Project Cirrus had been executed in the state of New Mexico in the year of 1948. This experimental project, code named Project Cirrus had shown scientists a very favorable outcome. As after seeding the clouds within the atmosphere above their preferred location by airplanes, precipitation had occurred over a forty-thousand square mile stretch. In fact these numerous seeding experiments implemented through Project Cirrus used silver, and not dry ice for the seeding of the clouds within the atmosphere, by ground units and by aerial flights. The results not only created precipitation, but also caused temperatures and pressures to fluctuate thousands of miles away from the testing site in New Mexico.
Following the success of Vincent Schaefer’s experimental weather manipulation project code named, Project Cirrus, the public’s curiosity and interests grew significantly in favor for weather manipulation at the time. As a result, Langmuir and Shaefer attended numerous conferences where they spoke to Federal, State, and local government associates along with concerned citizens who owned land in the vicinity of Project Cirrus. As a result of this meeting with the Federal, State, and local government officials, new weather manipulation efforts were initiated by commercial operators, industrial organizations, the Department of Water and Power, along with numerous groups of farmers. These new efforts of weather manipulation used what scientists called a ground generator for the dispersing of the fine silver and lead metals up into the clouds within the atmosphere, eliminating the need for the high costs associated when airplanes were used to disperse these metals for weather manipulation.
During the 1950’s, New York City got wind of the successful experimental weather manipulation projects and acquired the expertise of a former associate of Langmuir to seed the storm fronts coming in from the Atlantic Ocean. This was needed to put an end to the drought stricken city and to restore the cities vanquished reservoirs that had been depleted during the long drought. The continuous seeding of these storm fronts created an enormous amount of precipitation within New York City. In fact, so much precipitation fell from the storms that it caused severe damages within the city, of all sorts.
Concerned citizens had heard about the seeding of the storm fronts coming in from the Atlantic Ocean from the media and all hell broke loose. The citizens claimed that the city was liable for the damages that they had received from the storm because they knew that city officials had acquired the expertise from a former associate of Langmuir to seed the clouds to produce more precipitation. Still today, this was the first known case of any legal action taken up against a city for the damaging effects that the weather manipulation projects had caused.
Wallace E. Howell, the same associate that had been hired by New York City officials had been acquired to seed the clouds in Quebec, Canada, in 1953 in an attempt to extinguish a massive forest fire.
As you can see weather manipulation is quite a profitable business to those who have perfected the science of it, and for others like the United States Government, it has been made into a weapon.
At this time many other weather manipulation projects were underway in California. One in particular would be of Irving P. Krick, who worked at the California Institute of Technology as the director of the Department of Meteorology. Krick left his position at the California Institute of Technology to form his own company associated with weather manipulation. His new company had carried out cloud seeding projects during the late 1950’s for ranchers in California, Arizona, and Mexico. Then he shut down his weather manipulation company in California due to the regulations and established a new one in Denver, Colorado where numerous of his former students came to work for him. The company quickly acquired the contracts to seed the clouds within the atmospheres over eighteen states and six foreign countries around the world.
Vincent Schaefer visited numerous United States Forest Service installations in the northern Rockies between 1947, up until the shutdown of Project Cirrus in order to assist in the attempts to suppress lightning by seeding clouds with fine particles of metal fibers. This stimulated curiosity among those involved, but also showed that lightning suppression, and its prevention would require a tremendous amount of further research. Vincent Schaefer’s early experimental activities led to the establishment of yet another experimental weather manipulation project that was code named Skyfire, back in 1953, aimed at suppressing lightning as part of the overall research program of the Forest Service. Throughout the experimental weather manipulation, seeding project, research benefited from the cooperation and support of numerous agencies and scientific groups, including the National Science Foundation, the Weather Bureau, the Advisory Committee on Weather Control, the National Park Service, General Electric Research Laboratories, Meteorology Inc., and several universities. Project Skyfire was said to have been phased out by the Forest Service in the 1970's.
One important thing to mention here is that during the late 1950’s, as the seeding of clouds diminished, so did the drought that had developed within the areas being sprayed. The many ongoing commercial cloud seeding projects were the cause of the drought in the Great Plains. Instead of seeding the clouds for the creation of more precipitation, the companies where hired to seed the clouds to cause a drought.
This newly acquired knowledge of spreading silver and lead iodide aerosols into the clouds causing them to dissipate had spurred the curiosity of many scientists. In fact, to a point where they began a new experimental weather manipulation project code named, White-Top. This project was an attempt to; once and for all determine if the spreading of silver and lead iodide aerosols into the clouds would cause less rainfall in the seeded clouds than the non-seeded clouds. The project was a total success, and had confirmed what scientists had already expected the outcome to be. Project White-Top confirmed that when the clouds or storm fronts had been seeded with the silver and lead iodide aerosols they would quickly dissipate.
Many are unaware of the fact that by the beginning of the 1950’s, approximately thirteen percent of the atmosphere above the United States had already been commercially seeded with numerous metal iodide aerosols that were the cause of all the droughts, and was rapidly expanding on an annually basis.
The experimental weather manipulation project code named Cirrus was said to have ended back in 1951, and Project White-Top was said to have ended around 1964. However, shortly afterwards, the experimentation of weather manipulation, mainly seeding the clouds with silver and lead iodide aerosols was taken over by the Weather Bureau, Army, Navy, and the Air Force, as soon as the United States Government found out that the experimental projects code named Cirrus and White-Top had been a success. The United States Government wanted to perfect it and use it as a weapon of war, and for economic gains in the future.
These experimental weather manipulation projects came to a reality because of the severe impact that the storms had on human life and property damage around the world. Now that the Department of Defense knew that they had acquired the capabilities to create hurricanes, earthquakes, droughts, floods, and tsunamis, the reality of having a weapon of war was one step closer to being achieved.
This would be the perfect time to mention an operation code named Hardtack, conducted on Johnston Island within the proximity of the Pacific Ocean, in the summer of 1958. Here as well the military had been doing experimental testing for a weapon of war. The military and scientists on the project wanted to know if fission debris were to be seeded into the ionosphere, if it would cause the impairment of radar and radio systems, as well as the area of impairment. Therefore, they conducted a high-altitude, high-yield detonation into the ionosphere with this fission debris.
The outcome of Operation Hardtack conducted within the Pacific Ocean in the summer of 1958 turned out to be a total a success. In fact, the fission debris caused communications impairment over a widespread area of the Southern Pacific Ocean.
This had occurred because the fission debris seeded within the ionosphere had blocked the reflected radio waves from coming back to Earth.
The success of Operation Hardtack implemented within the Pacific Ocean lead to the implementation of Operation Argus, a Top Secret operation lead by the Navy Task Force 88 (TF 88) that had been secretly conducted within the Atlantic Ocean back in 1958. The Top Secret operation, code named Argus was implemented to see whether or not the detonation of a nuclear device hundreds of miles above the Earth would produce a belt of trapped radiation along the Earth’s magnetic field comparable to the natural Van Allen radiation belts.
The Navy Task Force (TF 88) had secretly conducted three high-altitude nuclear tests in September of 1958. These tests were conducted with a three-stage ballistic missile carrying a low-yield 300 to 500 pound nuclear warhead.
The three nuclear explosions into the Earth’s magnetic field produced an artificial belt of radiation, along with an enormous hole within the Earth’s magnetic field that was never revealed to the public.
According to a United States Government report, the high-altitude nuclear tests implemented back in 1958, code named Hardtack and Argus were poorly executed and needed further experimentation and investigation.
So in the year of 1962, under the code name Operation Fishbowl,
many new nuclear tests were rapidly developed and implemented.
The nuclear testing of Operation Fishbowl on Johnston Island goes as follows:
NUCLEAR TEST BLUEGILL:
This test had failed due to tracking system issues, and the missile and its nuclear warhead had to be quickly destroyed.
NUCLEAR TEST STARFISH:
This test had failed as well due to its rocket engine failing in mid-flight, and the missile and its nuclear warhead had to be quickly destroyed.
This time the missile debris fell into the ocean and in the vicinity of the island, contaminating Johnston Island with Plutonium, and it had to be evacuated for almost a month.
NUCLEAR TEST STARFISH PRIME:
This test was a success, and the nuclear detonation of the supposedly one and a half megaton warhead occurred at an altitude of two-hundred and fifty miles above the surface of the ocean.
The nuclear detonation of the supposedly one and a half megaton warhead had caused a larger than expected electromagnetic pulse that knocked out the power in Hawaii and all communications in the vicinity surrounding Johnston Island for roughly eight hours.
Reports had revealed that the radiation belt created by
Starfish Prime had remained for months and damaged the United States satellites Traac, Injun 1, Telstar 1, Transit 4B, as well as the Soviet satellite Cosmos V and the United Kingdom’s satellite Ariel. In fact several months later every one of these satellites failed.
NUCLEAR TEST BLUEGILL PRIME:
This test was yet another failure, and the missile and nuclear warhead was destroyed while it still remained on the launch-pad.
This had contaminated the entire site with radioactive materials, and had to be dealt with, for safety purposes, before the rebuilding process of the testing site could be started, and anymore testing could be performed on the island.
After approximately three months of decontamination and rebuilding of the site it re-opened with an additional launch pad.
NUCLEAR TEST BLUEGILL DOUBLE PRIME:
This test was yet, just another failure, and too had to be destroyed due to a malfunction.
NUCLEAR TEST CHECKMATE:
This test was a success, and the nuclear detonation of the supposedly low yield nuclear warhead occurred on October 19, 1962.
NUCLEAR TEST BLUEGILL TRIPLE PRIME:
This test was a success, and the nuclear detonation of the supposedly sub-megaton nuclear warhead had occurred on October 26, 1962.
NUCLEAR TEST KINGFISH:
This test was yet another success, and the nuclear detonation of the supposedly sub-megaton explosion occurred on November 01, 1962 over Johnston Island, in the vicinity of the Pacific Ocean.
NUCLEAR TEST TIGHTROPE:
This was the final nuclear test procedure of Operation Fishbowl, and was also a successful test. The nuclear detonation of this lower yield nuclear warhead occurred on November 04, 1962, and was detonated at a lower altitude than the others were.
MILITARY AND RESEARCHERS ASSOCIATED WITH OPERATION ARGUS AND FISHBOWL
Advanced Research Projects Agency
Armed Forces Special Weapons Project
Army Ballistic Missile Agency
Air Force Special Weapons Center
Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory
Air Force Cambridge Research Center
State University of Iowa
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Naval Research Laboratory
Army Signal Research and Development Laboratory
Office of Chief Signal Officer, U.S. Army
Smithsonian Astrophysical Laboratory
Army Map Service
Ballistic Research Laboratories
Army Security Agency
THE NEXT EXPERIMENTAL project by the Department of Defense (DOD) was to seed stratus and cumulus clouds within the atmosphere. It was code named the Artificial Cloud Nucleation Project. The outcome of the Artificial Cloud Nucleation Project revealed that when the metals of silver and lead were seeded into stratus and cumulus clouds by airplanes the outcome was the dissipation of the clouds rather than the creation precipitation.
Shortly after that promising outcome seven more weather manipulation experimental projects had been implemented with the alteration or arrest of lightning, hail suppression, fog dispersal, severe storm abatement, cloud dissipation, and precipitation enhancement, under the code name Project Skywater.
These numerous and extensive field experimental weather manipulation projects were conducted within the area of the Rocky Mountains, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, coast of southern California, Texas, Arizona, and Oklahoma during the 1960’s and 1970’s.
The largest seeding program ever to be implemented under Project Skywater was located within the Colorado River Basin, and was known as the Pilot project.
1. Bridger Range Project
Weather manipulation testing had been implemented within the Rocky Mountain range of Montana during the years of 1969 through 1972.
2. Climax Project