8/25/2014 — Man Made Tornadoes — Colorado NEXRAD RADAR induced storm

Another storm , and another tornado has formed in the nearby vicinity of a functioning RADAR tower.

Again, in Colorado — however this time the event occurred near the Pueblo Colorado NEXRAD RADAR station, not the Denver Airport location (as the previous 6 tornadoes have done).


How many time is too many times before people realize high power microwaves ARE having a heating effect, stripping ions, causing electron cascade, inducing CCN formation, and inducing vortex rotation?

pueblo colorado haarp ring nexrad radar storm aug 25 2014


This has happened several times in Colorado this year alone:

denver international airport tornadoes july 28 2014 RADAR


saint louis denver june 12 2014


denver dover tornadoes radar haarp rings may 22 2014

 


We’ve seen this happen far too many times to be “chance” or “coincidence”… several recent examples below.


stanford tornado airport radar july 28 2014

 

 

oceana air station radar

tornado nexrad tdwr radar july 16 2014

binghampton new york tornado nexrad radar

kentwood michigan tornado nexrad radar

brunswick ohio radar tornado june 23 2014a

haarp-ring-radar-pulse-confirmation-may-23-2014

tornado airport nexrad radar june 24 2014 indiana

sumpter south carolina haarp ring radar pulse confirmation shaw airforce base

radar-pulse-produces-hail-return-dec-14-2012

 

pulse haarp ring confirmation may 16 2014

 

haarp ring confirmation tulsa oklahoma march 31 2014

 

scalar radar kansas nebraska march 5 2014 confirmation haarp ring

 

shreveport haarp ring march 2 2014

 

chicago-haarp-ring-confirmation-september-18-2013

 

haarp ring radar pulse confirmation may 23 2014

 

 

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