Is steering Hurricanes and modifying the intensity of storms, a remit of the Department of Homeland Security?
Could the so-called ‘Frankenstorm’ Sandy more correctly be described as a coordinated exercise rather than an unplanned natural disaster?
This is an Official Memorandum on Hurricane Modification Research.
Consider also this article by Melissa Melton of InfoWars: ‘Obama Ordered DHS to Control Hurricanes’
Did President Obama and the corporate media – including the Weather Channel – have advance knowledge that SANDY would be subjected to intense aerosol geoengineering and possible HAARP manipulation in order to assure targeted intensity and land-fall in the Northeast United States?
In August 2008, The Telegraph reported that US scientists:
“believe they can weaken the strength of tropical storms and steer them off course using a range of methods that include spraying fine particles into hurricanes or cooling the sea water in areas where they form.”
“What emerges is a clear record of media, government, military and inter-agency secrecy and complicity not acknowledged since the Manhattan Project” – H. Saive
On October 30th, US NEWS programmes reported that InfoWars, TheIntelHub, and ConsfearacyNewz had published a “conspiracy theory” that alleged Obama had used HAARP to engineer Hurricane SANDY in order to guarantee his re-election to a second term.
But for that to be entirely balanced and accurate, they should have also included a well-documented aerosol geoengineering program carried out by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) under project “HAMP”. (Hurricane Aerosol Microphysics Program).
The details of modifying the strength of hurricanes under Project HAMP was revealed at the 2010 American Meteorological Association meeting.
Was it there that it was revealed that aerosol geoengineering was used to modify the intensity and possible storm track of Hurricane Katrina in 2005?
Further documentation associated with HAMP also reveal that aerosol geo-engineering is common knowledge to the White House, Pentagon, NOAA, the National Hurricane Center and many other government agencies.