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.

We are now hearing that Climate Change proponents are also supportive of solar dimming projects by private organizations while ignoring the continued Stratospheric Aerosol Injections being carried out and we are seeing the results as the latest cyclone bomb is doing horrible damage across the Midwest.

A “Cyclone Bomb” is a force multiplied super cyclone with millibars of low pressure dropping fast like a bomb. Many people are saying that this is a “made up” term to cover up the force multiplying of weather cells.

However “Cyclone Bombs” and Bombegenesis happen all the time in the waters neat Alaska and there are times when Nor’easter storms can develop into cyclone bombs where the air pressure can drop 24 millibars in an hour.

The latest Cyclone Bomb is rare as it formed in the west and has force multiplied as it moves east.

The air pressure in the center of this storm has bottomed out at 968 millibars which is about the same as a category 3 hurricane. The change in air pressure over time has important forecasting implications. As pressure lowers over time, especially if it is rapid, we begin to see chaotic weather conditions which include precipitation and sustained wind gusts.

Just days ago, Britain suffered a Cyclone Bomb that was 2000 miles wide. Some areas sustained 80 miles per hour winds the same as a category 1 hurricane.

A “danger to life” warning from flying debris and waves was issued by forecasters who called the beast, Gareth. Gareth covered a huge area from Iceland to Spain. It brought the worst period of weather in Europe since the 2018 cyclone bomb that traveled from the east coast of the United States. Gareth bottomed out to 958 millibars.

The Cyclone Bomb that is plaguing the United States formed over Colorado which is a rare event for the area. It was formed in much the same way a Tornado forms with the combination of a warm, humid air mass colliding with an Arctic one to the north.

This is what leads to the rapid drop in air pressure and intensification of the storm.

How is it that spring-like conditions are overwhelmed by colder conditions creating such a rare fortified storm? Well, we can say that Mother Nature is a cruel mistress as we have seen with many storms – or we can actually speculate about weather tampering that causes blizzards, thundersnow, multiple tornadoes, floods and quick freezing conditions that are happening in the United States.

All of these conditions are indicative of chemical ice nucleation materials being dispersed into available atmospheric moisture. Ice nucleating elements create an endothermic, energy absorbing reaction that, in turn, produces a colder, heavier air mass. The heavy dense air then sinks to ground surface levels. This shallow layer of cold air lowers surface temperatures and thus produces the depression.

All areas surrounding the depression will get gale forced and hurricane force winds that combine with precipitation. The temperatures and precipitation types frozen or liquid in the current condition—are creating weather hazards of various forms.

Whatever is responsible, we are seeing a winter whiplash scenario just days before the Vernal equinox.

You can always write something of as natural, because even though oddities happen they are not out of the question. That is why geoenegineering is always the silent and covert weather war weapon.

This may not have anything to do with the weaponization of the weather but it wasn’t long ago that the CIA admitted that the programs for geoengineering were well underway, meaning they were already happening and that they were finally admitting it.

Now, recent articles provided by Climate warming supporters are now backing the idea of sulfites being released into the air to cool the temperatures. So we all know what happens when colder air sinks and the warmer air stays above us – the pressure drop insures a force multiplied effect.

People need to understand that these conditions will become the norm now that geoengineering programs are getting support in order to dim the sun.

A new study is suggesting that when an eight-year pattern of extreme weather builds over time people tend to prepare for it by storing potable water, and basic foodstuffs in order to weather the storms.

People learn to adapt to these anomalies until they are no longer anomalies. They learn that during times of extreme weather it does not hurt to have foods that can last in a pantry for times when they cannot leave their homes during extreme weather conditions.

This study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, suggests that humans’ evolve and change their perceptions of extreme weather events. They become vigilant and prepared in areas where extreme weather becomes the norm.

Ula Chrobak reports for Popular Science, a survey of 2.18 billion tweets posted by users in the continental United States revealed that after experiencing just two to eight years of extreme temperatures, people appear to stop viewing climate change-driven phenomena as an anomaly.

In fact, they roll with the punches and they learn to prepare for such things.

Researchers led by Frances Moore of the University of California, Davis, focused their analysis on tweets dating to March 2014 through November 2016. Upon identifying a selective sample of 6,000 weather-related posts, the scientists, according to The New York Times’ Kendra Pierre-Louis, compared users’ local temperatures at the time a tweet was sent to baseline temperatures recorded in those same areas between 1981 and 1990.

Unsurprisingly, the team found that Twitter users were more likely to post about the weather on days that were unseasonably hot or cold. If extreme temperatures became an annual occurrence in posters’ locales, however, individuals seemed to gradually adjust, with tweets commenting on the weather tapering off after two to eight years of exposure to the now-normalized conditions.

The team found that individuals experiencing extreme weather conditions expressed more negative sentiments than their “normal” weather counterparts regardless of how long they had been continually exposed to abnormal temperatures. This suggests, the authors write in the study, that while humans may find extreme weather less remarkable over time, They feel that they are never prepared enough to tackle weather changes.

The scientists’ findings could have important implications for those who fear climate change.

If people start normalizing extreme weather, they will be prepared to handle storms and problems and completely ignore the warnings of anthropogenic climate change. This will make it more difficult for researchers and policymakers to enact legislation aimed at reducing carbon emissions.

People tend to understand that our earth is unpredictable and that bad weather and geological events like earthquakes are part of what it means to live on the planet.

We should also consider preparing for other things that would leave us vulnerable.

A lot of Americans are mocking Venezuela right now, but the truth is that what has happened to them could also happen to us very easily.

As you may know, DARPA is so concerned about the possibility of a cyber attack taking down our power grid that they held an extended exercise recreating such a scenario late last year.

And even though scientists tell us that it is inevitable that a “solar tsunami” will absolutely devastate our power grid at some point, our leaders on the federal level refuse to spend the money that it would take to protect our basic electrical infrastructure.

In addition, Russia, China, North Korea, and others have developed extremely advanced EMP weapons, and we have absolutely no protection against them. One way or another, an extended blackout will eventually happen in the United States, and so we should try to learn some lessons from what is going on in Venezuela right now.

We should also be mindful of how people reacted when Facebook unexpectedly shut down. While we can live without it, many people panicked, some were even calling the police because they could not get Facebook or Instagram.

While the crisis was taken care of after 14 hours, the lag time for Facebook lingered. Now, what if the internet was shut down, and we were unable to make business transactions. ATM’s would not dispense money, and many supermarkets and the warehouses that supply them would not be able to function.

If food supplies ran out people become increasingly desperate, and desperate people do desperate things.

Sadly, most Americans do not understand how vulnerable we are, and when the power suddenly goes out someday they will have no idea what is happening.

So keep a close eye on Venezuela right now, because the exact same things that are happening there will eventually happen here too.

No one has to be desperate if they just prepare for possible setbacks in their lifestyle due to conditions that are out of their control.

No one asking you to stalk a bunker for the nuclear holocaust – it is only advisable to have provisions stored away that can be used if a major calamity or disaster strikes and forces you to shelter in place.

Over the years we have witnessed many disasters, and situations like what is happening in Venezuela and breathe a sigh of relief every time it doesn’t happen to us.

In every survival story, a disaster of some sort plays a prominent role. Disasters range from personal finances drying up, economic collapse, power failure, extreme weather, even police actions in neighborhoods.

There are other random mishaps, and even sickness that can keep you from getting food and water to give you sustenance. If we have learned one thing studying the history of disasters, it is this: those who are prepared have a better chance at survival than those who are not.

A crisis rarely stops with a triggering event. The aftermath can spiral, having the capacity to cripple our normal ways of life.

You should also know that first responders will always go to where the triggering event has done the most damage — in the meantime, you could be waiting for what can be an eternity for any help.

Preparedness is a way we can evolve and not fear the future. The harsh reality of surviving a collapse is hitting people now as we see people all over the world scrambling to survive because they weren’t prepared.

We are living in times of extremes and so we need extreme measures in order to adapt to those moments where we feel lost and vulnerable.

Be prepared.