How many times is too many times before people wake up to the fact that high power microwaves are influencing the weather?
A tornado formed directly over the NEXRAD RADAR station in Indianapolis Indiana, causing damage across the area.
Damage from the Indiana tornado June 24 2014
Indianapolis Indiana , June 24 2014, tornado over the end of the runway at the Indianapolis International airport / NEXRAD RADAR
We’ve seen NEXRAD after NEXRAD, and Airport after Airport be hit with tornadoes directly —- literally, one can watch the storms form at the 100nm and 50nm points, then begin rotation , and finally move towards the center of the RADAR station.
It has happened MULTIPLE TIMES at multiple locations in just a few years time.
Leading the professionals to make note, asking the question:
“Are airports tornado magnets?”
Above: Denver International Airport 2 years in a row , NEXRAD RADAR hit directly at the International Airport.
Answer = No ….. airports are not tornado magnets.
Instead, something at the airport is the “magnet”.
Microwave RADARs are confirmed tornado magnets. Microwaves are proved to be tornadic vortex generators.
The Weather Channel explains how microwaves can induce a tornadoes rotation:
Here is a 4 part video explanation of directed energy induced weather phenomenon:
Here are several past examples of this happening here in my home town of St. Louis Missouri. Tornadoes forming over the NEXRAD RADAR in Weldon Springs, then traveling directly over the Air Force RADAR in Maryland Heights, then going to the Airport TDWR in Hazelwood.
Has happened several times in the past 2 years.
Here are over 150 different examples from across the United States, and even in other countries (Germany , and Australia):
Above: Dover Delaware Air Force Base, Annapolis Naval Air Base, and Denver International Airport all receive tornado warnings in the same day, each on having a NEXRAD , TDWR, or military RADAR system functional.
Above: Dover Air Force base is the only location to receive a tornado warning after a large RADAR pulse 12 hours prior.
Above: Sumter South Carolina Air Force base is hit directly , 24 hours after large RADAR pulse from Greer South Carolina NEXRAD. First Greer RADAR was hit, then the storms blew directly to Sumter Air Base.
Above: Large directed / targeted NEXRAD RADAR pulse from Dover Delaware, directed over Washington DC South to Virginia. 3 days later, the only tornado warning for the area falls under the pulsed area from 3 days prior.
Above: large outbreak of RADAR pulses from multiple NEXRAD RADAR locations. 24 hours later, the center of the area , Eastern Oklahoma, receives a lone detection of a tornado, followed by damaging winds.
Above: Targeted RADAR pulse over Kansas and Nebraska. 24 hours later, an ‘unexpected’ snow / ice storm blew over the targeted area.
Above: Large RADAR pulse from Romeoville Chicago targeted to the West. 3 days later, the only severe weather warning to be issued is over the targeted RADAR pulsed area.
Above: Key West Florida RADAR pulse event from the NEXRAD located at the Naval Air Station, followed 24 hours later by a possible tornado over Key West Florida Naval Air Station.