06/25/19: SNOW CRASH – THE END OF WEATHER EQUILIBRIUM
THE END OF WEATHER EQUILIBRIUM
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
In the 1940s, science fiction was full of stories which dealt with evil geniuses that would create the ultimate weapon. It would be a weapon capable of controlling the entire world. It was our first foray into learning about what is now called full spectrum control. This, of course, is what the technocrats say is possible and can be functional in a new form of governance that utilizes sustainability rules.
Many people still believe that the idea of full spectrum control is still science fiction. However, if you dig deeper into the plans of the Military Industrial Complex and the plans of organizations operating under the direction of the United Nations, you will see that initiatives and plans have now been put into effect that will force us into compliance of the new global governance.
I recently stumbled on an old Disney presentation from 1959 that was slated to show in the Tomorrowland exhibit.
The presentation was called, Eyes in Outer Space – it was called a science factual presentation.
The film contained information provided by, the United States Department of Defense, The Army, the Navy, The Air Force, and The Army Signal Research and Development Laboratory.
The film is a 25-minute live animation short narrated by Paul Frees who was a well-known voice actor at the time.
The film is all about the weather, including superstitions about it and how most weather forecasts are educated guessing.
At the time weather forecasting was not as sophisticated as it is today. However, the short film eventually talks about how advanced weather and climate forecasting will be and that thanks to computers and satellites weather forecasters will not only be proficient in weather forecasting, but the military will use various methods for advanced weather control.
The techniques in steering hurricanes are featured and there are some familiar things that they do to steer a storm which includes “vapor rockets” that are launched in order to lay down trails or artificial clouds that are later seeded by robotic planes. It then shows how a ground-based system will fire lightning bolts into the clouds to steer a storm out of the way or lessen its damage potential.
It actually looked like a rudimentary version of the HAARP project.
It even talks about some of the repercussions of using this technique, including unexpected flooding in Kansas.
It is amazing how the Butterfly Effect of using weather engineering can cause massive flooding by creating a cold front to move high pressure towards the oncoming hurricane steering it into the ocean.
Beginning in the 1980s, the mainstream media began questioning the effects of the lingering trails on climate. The story that was first filed by NBC News and reported by then anchors John Chancellor and science editor Roger O’Neil actually claimed that artificial clouds left behind by an aircraft trails could eventually be used to steer storms away or even create storms in the future.
Well, here we are in that future that Disney talked about.
With geoengineering, technocrats are changing how the planet works. It is not just that human activities have stained every corner of the entire planet. The simultaneous arrival of a range of powerful new technologies are starting to signal a potential takeover of Earth’s most basic operations and ecosystems.
Weather control has always been a matter of conspiracy theory.
However, it is becoming harder and harder to hang on to the idea that it is merely theory as geoengineering and climate engineering is now creating cold masses that are not leaving as summer is upon us.
Here in Oregon where I live, we had three days of 90-100 degree weather and then the temperature plummeted 40 degrees. We have been seeing days of relatively mild days and cold nights – cold nights for the beginning of summer.
No one who pushes the global warming narrative will tell you that while most of the south is in the heat, the Northwest, Rocky Mountain, Midwest and Northeast regions of the United States are seeing cool weather and bizarre snowfalls and severe thunderstorms.
It has been proposed that geoengineering technologies can capture carbon emissions and store them in the ocean or underground. Other technologies could disperse sulfuric acid or aerosol particles into the stratosphere to deflect sunlight and cool the planet.
There have been many questions that have been raised around climate geoengineering’s safety not just for humans and the environment, but also from nefarious individuals or governments.
China, the largest user of weather control technology to produce rain and clear skies, began using it in 2008 to prevent rainfall during the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. China used the tech again in 2009 to ease a severe drought, and claims to have increased precipitation by 180 billion cubic feet between 2006 and 2016.
But cloud-seeding does not always go as planned. In 2009, China used cloud-seeding to bring reprieve to a drought. As a result, the temperatures suddenly dropped and Beijing was blanketed in snow, in effect closing highways and causing road and air traffic delays. There is also always the possibility of increased precipitation downwind or seeding going outside the target area.
Climate engineering operations continue to force multiplied chaotic weather in parts of the US, Canada, and Europe. So far we have identified many reasons why we are seeing rare events in the weather and an extended winter. Chemical ice nucleation elements are a core component of global geoengineering programs.
Chemical ice nucleation creates cold air masses to push high-pressure systems into other areas. The result can be severe weather as hot air masses clash with cold air masses.
The hot air rises and the cold air sinks.
This year it can be argued that cold air mass experiments included engineering the polar vortex and two Bombegenesis events. One was created in Colorado and the other off of the Oregon Coast. Both were force multiplied to dump snow and torrential rains all over the Midwest.
The experiments had jacked the jet stream and caused it to move at around 800 miles an hour.
Back in February, a Virgin Atlantic flight from Los Angeles to London broke an unlikely milestone and nearly the sound barrier when it reached a screaming ground speed of 801 mph while traversing the skies some 35,000 feet above central Pennsylvania.
It was reported on June 17th, 2019 that a strong turbulent thrust of air slammed a plane as it was in route to France. The violent jolt slammed a flight attendant into an airplane’s ceiling, sent drinks flying and drenched passengers in scalding water.
The air is unstable and if it does not change, then it can eventually become unsafe to fly.
The ongoing official denial of global climate engineering operations is beyond criminal. Exposing and halting the climate engineering insanity is the great imperative of our time.
Among the almost 200 damaging storms reported from Texas all the way to Pennsylvania over the last 24 hours were four tornadoes – two in Texas and two in West Virginia.
Damage also was reported in Atlanta where wind gusts of up to 60 mph were reported. Thousands were without power. The Houston metro area on Monday saw 3 inches of rain in about an hour, flooding streets and roads, and requiring water rescues.
Strong but not severe thunderstorms are targeting the Northeast, including Philadelphia and New York.
A new storm system and a cold front are heading for the Midwest and Great Lakes. Severe storms there could produce damaging winds, hail and a few tornadoes.
Kansas City, Milwaukee, and Chicago will also see severe thunderstorms.
On the first day of summer, up to 20 inches of snow buried the high terrain of the Colorado Rockies, boosting the state’s snowpack to extraordinary levels for the time of year.
The solstice snow crash marked a continuation of a snowy stretch that began in January and February and lingered through spring. Even before the solstice snow, the Denver Post wrote, the state’s snowpack was “in virtually every numerical sense … off the charts.” At the time, the snowpack was 751 percent above normal.
Now, after the weekend snowfall, the Natural Resources Conservation Service reported that the state’s snowpack ballooned to 4,121 percent above normal as of Monday. This number is so high because ordinarily very little snow is left by late June, and cold temperatures late into the spring helped preserve what fell earlier.
Winter intruded into Montana on the day before summer as snowfall was reported in the Bozeman area on the last day of spring. This of course has happened before in 1993.
Parts of British Columbia also experienced heavy snowfall on the last day of spring.
Environment Canada posted to Twitter saying there was a “cool airmass” bringing snow to the area.
Officials at Glacier National Park have begun quietly removing and altering signs and government literature which told visitors that the Park’s glaciers were all expected to disappear by either 2020 or 2030.
In recent years, the National Park Service prominently featured brochures, signs and films which boldly proclaimed that all glaciers at the park were melting away rapidly. But now officials seem to be scrambling to hide or replace their previous hysterical claims while avoiding any notice to the public that the claims were inaccurate.
Teams from Lysander Spooner University visiting the Park each September have noted that Glacier National Park’s most famous glaciers such as the Grinnell Glacier and the Jackson Glacier appear to have been growing—not shrinking—since about 2010.
The question is, what is happening?
Those who keep pushing the Climate Change narrative told us that the planet would be warming. The truth is that maybe it has and the efforts to cool it through geoengineering have now thwarted the weather equilibrium.
Or it could be a matter of Eco-terrorism.
China and Russia recently conducted a joint ionospheric modification experiment using the Sura Ionospheric Heater and a Chinese satellite to measure the ionospheric changes. This experiment is very similar to those conducted using the HAARP Ionospheric Research Instrument in Gakona, Alaska and the DEMETER Satellite.
A total of five experiments were carried out in June. One, on June 7, caused physical disturbance over an area as large as 126,000 sq km (49,000 square miles), or about half the size of Britain.
The modified zone, looming more than 500km (310 miles) high over Vasilsursk, a small Russian town in Eastern Europe, experienced an electric spike with 10 times more negatively charged subatomic particles than surrounding regions.
In another experiment on June 12, the temperature of thin, ionized gas in high altitude increased more than 212 degrees Fahrenheit because of the particle flux.
The particles, or electrons, were pumped into the sky by Sura, an atmospheric heating facility in Vasilsursk built by the former Soviet Union’s military during the Cold War.
The militaries have been in a race to control the ionosphere for decades.
The Sura base in Vasilsursk is believed to be the world’s first large-scale facility built for the purpose. Up and running in 1981, it enabled Soviet scientists to manipulate the sky as an instrument for military operations, such as submarine communication.
High-energy microwaves can pluck the electromagnetic field in ionosphere like fingers playing a harp. This can produce very low-frequency radio signals that can penetrate the ground or water – sometimes to depths of more than 328 feet in the ocean, which made it a possible communication method for submarines.
The South China Morning Post has learned that Beijing is ready to start work building a powerful machine in Sanya, a resort on the island province of Hainan.
The device, known as a High-powered Incoherent Scatter Radar, would be capable of influencing the ebb and flow of subatomic particles as far away as Singapore, a distance of over 1,200 miles.
This facility would be the most powerful radar in the South China Sea and – regardless of whether it can be used to generate extreme climate events – would have multiple military uses, including improving China’s submarine warfare capabilities and disrupting other countries’ communications networks by creating an atmospheric “black hole”.
The question is whether or not China is using weather warfare against the United States.
China’s latest tariff hike on $60 billion worth of U.S. goods hits farmers at “every single angle,” according to an economist at the American Farm Bureau Federation.
The retaliatory tariffs placed on U.S. farmers from China are a net negative on the industry.
Ongoing U.S.- China trade tensions have spun down into a hole as Beijing announced that it raised tariffs to as high as 25% on more than 5,000 U.S. products .
The new Chinese duties target a wide range of agricultural products, and U.S. farmers are set to be hardest hit.
There is precedent for China slapping “double whammy” tariffs months apart on the same U.S. agricultural products.
No one is winning in the trade war and the severe weather is a factor as well.
Could there be a motive for China to also use their sophisticated weather machines on the United States as punishment?
So far, heavy flooding has impacted important agricultural states, including Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri. There are more severe storms that are not letting up. Last fall brought heavy rains which soaked the ground heading into winter. The frozen winter earth was covered in heavier than normal snowfall. As warmer temperatures arrived in early spring, the snow began to melt, but the ground remained frozen underneath.
This would have resulted in minor flooding, except that heavy rains followed.
Many farmers were waiting for the massive rains to stop so their fields could dry out enough to plant their crops. But, that break in the rain never came. For many farmers, the time has simply run out to plant staple crops like wheat and corn.
Bloomberg News reported:
There has never been weather like this, either. The 12 months that ended with April were the wettest ever for the contiguous U.S. That spurred other firsts: Corn plantings are further behind schedule for this time of year than they have been in records dating to 1980 and analysts are predicting an unheard-of 6 million acres intended for the grain may simply go unsown this year.
In Nebraska and Iowa, cattle and hogs were killed by the floodwaters and their feed lost.
When we look at the currently impacted states and how they appear to be targeted – the idea of starving the United States seems to be an act of war. Many will wonder if it is some vast government conspiracy to bring in the New World Order but the idea that China’s advanced weather controls need to be considered, especially while we are in a tense situation with them.
There are many foods that will certainly be in demand and supply will be scarce.
Wheat, Corn, Soybeans, Hay, Alfalfa, Oats, Beef, Dairy, Pork, Chicken, and Eggs.
Take a good look at that list. Grains are not just used for baking bread. They are used extensively for livestock feed. Grain prices go up, so does the cost of meat. Hay and alfalfa are also key crops for feeding cattle and horses.
This means that prices for these foods will increase. In some places, there may not be enough food for the demand.
You can read nearly every food label and you will see that most low priced foods contain wheat, corn, dairy, eggs, or soy.
Corn is used for corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup. HFCS is added to everything from granola bars to breakfast cereals to deli meats. Corn is added as ethanol to our fuel. Wheat, corn starch, and modified corn starch are added as thickening agents to nearly every sauce. Good luck finding anything that comes packaged that doesn’t contain soy or soy lecithin.
Our food supply is largely dependent upon grains and soy. With major producers losing at least one harvest this year, the cost of manufactured food and livestock feed will skyrocket. Meat and dairy will be doubly impacted. While many farms lost animals to floodwaters, and farmers lost money due to both lost animals and damage to property, the cost to feed those remaining animals is going to go through the roof.
Add to this livestock disease and tariffs and a trade war with both Mexico and China, the two countries from whom we import the most food, both consumers and farmers are in deep financial trouble.
You can expect everything to get scarcer and more expensive from food to fuel. The ever-shrinking middle class and the working poor will be hit the hardest. These groups receive no government assistance to offset the cost of food and do not have the financial resources to absorb the rising costs. This will lead to more and more families tightening their belt buckles, and potential slowdowns in other areas of the economy.
Those who do receive government assistance will also suffer as their benefits will not go up to meet the increased cost of food. And, if you think people will be placid and calm about this – you are wrong.
If you want a great example of what a real food shortage looks like, Venezuela has given us ample evidence. While Venezuela has seen food shortages for entirely different reasons, the result is the same- bare shelves and hungry people. Hungry people are dangerous people. Check out Daisy Luther’s article, Venezuela Is Out of Food, for the stark reality.
A little closer to home, we can look back to 2013 and the EBT riots. As a quick recap, the EBT system suffered an outage for two hours, and people lost their minds. Wal-Mart’s closed as people began rioting and looting. Just two hours!
You will not hear about these things in the mainstream media—it will only wind up in the narrative when the crisis is felt by the people and this, of course, will become a political football where all of the blame will be placed on the current administration.
All of this bad weather is a big loss for American farmers and the United States, meanwhile the weather is unexplainably cooling down and there is not one Global Warming Climate Change scientist that will address climate engineering and the fact that cold air masses seem to be lingering well into summer causing a snow crash and eventually, a crash in the economy.