In a lecture on April 27, 1997 at the University of Georgia former Secretary of Defense, William Cohen spoke on weapons of mass destruction. At that lecture Cohen asserted that:
“Others are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves.”
Secretary of Defense Cohen stated that this directed-energy weapon (DEW) is an eco-type of terrorism. Can we take Cohen’s assertions to be true? As Secretary of Defense, Cohen would have had first hand technical knowledge of the existence of such a weapon of mass destruction. So if what he was saying is true who is using this weapon of mass destruction and eco-type of terrorism? William Cohen told you who in his statement:
Others are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate
Former US Secretary of Defense, William Cohen warned us in 1997 that there is a weapon that is capable of causing climate change. Cohen was talking about the existence of HAARP. Germany built one of its own HAARP weapon that can cause climate change. It’s called EISCAT.
The US’s HAARP was developed by the Bill Clinton / Al Gore administration as a weapon of mass destruction. HAARP was ordered built by Bill Clinton and Al Gore to beam electromagnetic waves into the Earth’s ionosphere to trigger geophysical events such as earthquakes, climate change, volcanic eruptions and the like. Congressional Hearing records during the Clinton administration and HAARP patents disclose that HAARP beaming heats the ionosphere. This HAARP ionosphere heating can cause a controlled diverting or altering of the natural path of the jet stream.
What does manipulating the jet stream have to do with altering the climate – cause climate change? The jet stream is literally a fast flowing (at jet speed) stream – of water vapor. The jet stream transports atmospheric rivers of water vapor around the World. These jet streams of vapor carry an amount of water vapor roughly equivalent to the average flow of water at the mouth of the Mississippi River. When these atmospheric rivers make landfall, they often release this water vapor in the form of rain or snow. By manipulating the jet stream (pushing or pulling it off course) HAARP can modify the weather. HAARP can alter the path an existing high pressure weather system (clear skies) or low pressure weather system (storm clouds) anywhere on Earth just by heating the ionosphere over the target region.
Todd Pedersen, a scientist at the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Space Vehicles Directorate at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico confirmed that HAARP does in fact heat the ionosphere.
“Its powerful radio waves drive ionospheric electrons back and forth in what are called plasma waves. As those driven electrons collide with each other and with background species, their temperature goes up, which is why HAARP is called a heater.”
“the HAARP antenna can heat the ionosphere at specific altitudes where the transmission frequency simultaneously matches two resonances.”
During the past 15 years, HAARP has produced many interesting and unexpected results, perhaps most spectacularly the production of an artificial ionospheric plasma (auroras) generated by radio waves.
The HAARP facility began operating in 1999 with a 6 × 8
array of transmitting antennas that, in total, produced 960 kW
of RF power—about the same as generated by 10 AM radio
stations. The HAARP beam is broad like a flashlight’s, not narrow like a laser’s, but it can be electronically steered anywhere within 30° of zenith—that is, local vertical—and it can operate at 3–10 MHz.
HAARP can also create a column-shaped hole with a diameter of 30 miles that rises a couple of hundred kilometers through the atmosphere. The lower atmosphere then moves up the column to fill in that space, and it changes pressure systems below. The result of hot surface air being sucked up into the column to fill the HAARP created column-shaped hole is a HAARP created hurricane (if HAARP column-shaped hole is made over water) or tornado (if HAARP column-shaped hole is made over land).
The April/May 2000 issue of Scientific American contains an article on the effects of altering the course of the jet stream. This slight change to the jet stream path occurred right above the HAARP facility. That little movement created a storm front 4,000 miles away in east Texas and Louisiana to move into central Florida where it triggered a couple of tornadoes. This article gives evidence that HAARP and Germany’s EISCAT can induce/cause climate change thousands of miles away with only a slight change to the jet stream path.