Hurricane Fiona’s sudden turn left towards East Coast indicates it is being steered by an ionosphere heater

Hurricane Fiona’s sudden turn left towards the East Coast indicates that the hurricane is being steered by an ionosphere heater. Monitoring the North Atlantic water and air temperatures will prove it is. Sudden rise in temperatures ahead of the hurricane provides evidence that the North Atlantic ocean’s air and water is being heated to steer it towards Canada’s Maritime provinces.

North Atlantic water and air temperatures can be monitored using the “Nova Scotia, Canada Area Waters Live Buoy Observations“. Screenshot above was taken September 23, 2022 at 14:00 hours Atlantic time.

Buoy for Halifax harbor recorded air temperature 57.6 °F, water temperature 63°F and wind speed of 11 mph NNW at 13:00 hours, September 23, 2020.

44258 Halifax Harbor 1300 57.6 63.0 NNW Wind from NNW 11 16 29.53 -0.01 5.6 8

Hurricanes need warm water — at temperatures of at least (minimal) 80 degrees F. Hurricanes take in the heat from warm waters, which gives them power. This time of the year the North Atlantic doesn’t have warm water to fuel a hurricane. The Buoy for Halifax harbor confirms that the recorded water temperature is currently 63°F, not 80°F that is needed to fuel a hurricane. 63°F water temperature is internationally recognized as cold water. Cruise ships, merchant ships and navy vessels crew members know that it is.

There are 4 main ionosphere heaters currently being used by various governments to cause climate change. HAARP (USA), EISCAT (GERMANY), SURA (RUSSIA) AND WEM (CHINA) all have the capability to cause climate change. All 4 ionosphere heaters can steer a hurricane by heating the water and air in front of a hurricane. The US Air Force’s X-37B is an orbital ionosphere heater.

Data from the ETNA RADIO OBSERVATORY in Sicily shows us that the ionosphere heater being used is Germany’s EISCAT 3D ionosphere heater.

EISCAT 3D uses a different frequency than most other ionosphere heaters. EISCAT 3D’s July 2022 study report informs us EISCAT 3D uses the “high-rate (50 Hz) amplitude”.

2.3 Scintillation data

GPS scintillation data are obtained from the CHAIN (Canadian High Arctic Ionospheric Network) receiver at Resolute Bay (Jayachandran et al., 2009). For this study, we are using the high-rate (50 Hz) amplitude and phase data from the L1 (1575.420 MHz) signal

ETNA RADIO OBSERVATORY data clearly shows that EISCAT 3D is transmitting 50 Hz.

North Atlantic Ocean air and water temperatures update 17:00 hours ETD – Halifax Harbor buoy recorded air temperature of 55.4°F, water temperature 62.6℉. Too cold to fuel any hurricane. Again, hurricanes need at least (minimal) 80℉ water temperature to stay active.