How many times is too many times before people realize High Power Microwave targeted transmissions induce vortex rotation, and CCN formation (cloud condensation nuceli)?
This is the FIFTH tornado to occur near a RADAR station in 24 hours time (possibly more have occurred which I did not immediately find yet).
Occurring outside of Chicago Illinois, within just a few miles of Air Force Defense RADAR…… a single tornado warning to round off the day of severe weather (time 845pm CDT).
Over the past 24 hours…
Evansville Indiana, tornado warning (over NEXRAD RADAR):
Frisco Texas, possible tornado last night (at the TDWR station):
Tyndall Air Force Base Florida, Tornado warning issued ( Air Force defense RADAR):
Mobile Alabama, multiple tornado warnings issued (between Kesseler Air Force base and KMOB NEXRAD RADAR):
High power microwave systems are responsible for the vortex formation.
How does this occur?
watch the experiment done by the Weather Channel here:
How do High Power Microwaves, Lasers, and even lower power Radio Frequency induce weather phenomenon?
Dr. Michio Kaku explains the physics behind “electron cascade” caused by high power transmissions.
Summed up, high power transmissions (when targeted at an area in the sky) can literally strip ions from electrons in the atmosphere. The ions , with their base magnetic charge, act like dust particles in the atmosphere, which collect molecules of H20, then condense into actual rain.
These particles are called “CCN”, or Cloud Condensation Nuclei.
If you put both scientific facts together ….
1. High Power Microwaves induce rotation
2. High Power targeted transmisions induce CCN formation
Knowing that both above statements are true, it then stands to reason that 2ghz targeted microwave “RADAR transmissions” can induce rotation, and precipitation.
The RADAR is causing storms to form near the transmitter, and between transmitters.
Much more here:
Shorter version of the above 4 part video:
Here are over 150 different examples from across the United States, and even in other countries (Germany , and Australia):