Technology exists that could have prevented hurricane Fiona from making landfall in Nova Scotia

Scientists know how to weaken & steer a hurricane. This technology can be used to prevent any hurricane from making landfall. However, it can also cause a hurricane like Fiona to make an “unusual left hook” and slam into Nova Scotia Canada.

Tracking for the storm released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) showed that, once it passed the 40th parallel north, its trajectory appears to veer slightly left, taking it straight to Nova Scotia.

What caused hurricane Fiona to change course?

The UKs Telegraph reported from Washington DC in 2007 on how to steer a hurricane using aircrafts:

“With small changes (in temperature) to this side or that side of the hurricane we can nudge it & change its track (steer it)” MIT Moshe Alamaro

Then in 2010 NASA intensified Tropical Depression Earl into a Category 4 hurricane and steered (altered its path) Hurricane Earl for 11 days in Project GRIP (Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes).

In August 2010 NASA (founded by Germany’s WWII SS officer Sturmbannführer (major) Wernher von Braun) initiated Project GRIP (Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes) – NASA’s quest for the holy grail of hurricane research.

Project GRIP discovered the exact conditions required to kickstart a tropical depression into a hurricane.  Scientists already knew how hurricanes develop and how to steer them but NASA wanted to perfect the processes that intensifies depressions to form into very intense, spinning storms of mass destruction.  NASA was creating a weather modification weapon of mass destruction.

“Hurricane formation and intensification is really the ‘holy grail’ of this field,” Ed Zipser, one of three program scientists helping to lead the GRIP Project.

“We want to see storms that become hurricanes, and we want to see some that don’t become hurricanes, so we can compare the data. The same is true for hurricane intensification.” ~ GRIP Project Manager Marilyn Vasques

NASA used various weather modifying technology to develop, intensify and steer a hurricane. The available technology included a powerful microwave radiometer and a NASA designed and built lidar (laser radar). Globalhawks were used to heat the top edge of a hurricane – to weaken a hurricane and steer them.

One method that could have been used to halt hurricane Fiona has been used and is still being used by the US state of Texas – cloud seeding, a.k.a. chemtrails. The 2007 Telegraph article was a report on cloud seeding being used to steer hurricanes. The article’s image states “How to halt a hurricane”. The aircrafts in that image are seeding a hurricane.

The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation’s website unabashedly states their involvement in Cloud Seeding. Texas not only regulates Texas’s cloud seeding/Chemtrail program they are providing state funding for it.

“With more substantive evidence that cloud seeding could invigorate convective clouds—promoting their growth and capacity to produce rainwater—a coordinated, State-funded program began in earnest in the latter half of the 1990s. Today, with drought a pending, if not ever-present, threat to the economy and well-being of Texans, rain enhancement projects flourish within large areas of Northwest, West, and South Texas. In fact, the seven cloud seeding projects today cover about 31 million acres (or about one-sixth of the land area of the state). When a severe drought was a greater threat at the end of the previous century, as many as 51 million acres were included in cloud seeding “target” areas in the state.” Texas Department of Lcensing & Regulation