With major storms such as Hurricanes Harvey and Irma hitting the United States with ferocity, questions have arisen by those mainly dubbed “conspiracy theorists.”
But according to an extensive list of government patents, technology does indeed exist to control and manipulate such storms.
According to Natural News, a quick perusal of the government’s many patents and trademarks for weather modification and “geoengineering” suggests that the powers that be, indeed, have covert tools at their disposal that are capable of affecting and perhaps even controlling certain elements of the weather.
But if that’s the case, could the world’s governments use this technology to cause destruction? It certainly appears that not only is the answer “yes,” but also that they already have.
The earliest known patent designed to manipulate the weather was filed on July 16, 1891. It is titled, “Method of Producing Rain-fall.” It explains how the rapid evaporation and air chilling can be used to create condensation in the atmosphere, or cloud-seeding, so to speak, thusly producing more rain.
A man by the name of Louis Gathmann of Chicago, Illinois, is credited as being the inventor of this technique.
Of course, that’s older technology.
Several decades later on August 6, 1913, another patent was filed by a man named James M. Cordray for a “Rain-Maker” balloon that can supposedly produce rain at any given time, even during dry seasons.
All of the earliest known geoengineering patents pertain to creating artificial rain, clouds, and even fog, likely not as destruction, but to aid in the cases of severe drought.
In 1951, a patent was filed to specifically modify weather.
The patent plainly outlines the procedure done to manipulate and control weather patterns.
Numerous patents filed after this one detail the apparatus for disseminating weather modification “material.”
HAARP is considered by many to be a covert weather manipulation program and most who dare to look into the program are immediately dubbed “conspiracy theorists.”
But this particular patent proves weather manipulation is a reality, and since this is true, it’s no longer a conspiracy theory – it’s a conspiracy fact.
They can even dictate to the storm which path it should take.
This can’t necessarily be proven yet, but the patent list suggests that it’s at the very least possible, that should someone want to use this technology they can…and they probably have.
It’s entirely possible that the general public will never truly know the extent of these types of weather modification techniques, including how effective or useful they are or if and when they have been used. But the patents exist for a reason…
Article posted with permission from SHTFPlan