3/19/2015 — Air Force Base RADAR in New Mexico generates man made tornado using microwaves

How many times is too many times before the general public realizes that microwaves are inducing severe weather?

Today, March 19 2015, a strong detection of damaging winds, and a detection of a possible strong tornado forming in the foothills East of Kirtland Air Force base in Albuquerque New Mexico.

radar real time tornado air force base march 19 2015

The rotation formed almost directly over the dual dome RADAR stations located on the East side of the base (at the foothills producing the tornadoes rotation).

New Mexico, not exactly known for its tornado activity to begin with, plus the addition of a mountainous location further reduces chances of this being “natural” rotation occurring.

The NEXRAD weather RADAR shows the rotation of the storm develop and pass directly over the Air Force Base (due East of the NEXRAD tower).


Above: NEXRAD RADAR shows the storm develop rotation and pass directly over the Air Force Base, Kirtland AFB

Specifically, it is now proved that microwave transmitters can (and do) induce rotation over the transmission location.

It is also proved that microwave transmissions can strip ions / electrons from the atmosphere, which induces CCN formation (cloud condensation nuclei).


Together, microwaves can induce rotation, and induce water vapor — thus a man-made frequency induced storm is made.

We have seen this happen far too often to be coincidence, or chance.

The experiments proving the science behind HOW this is occurring have been done by reputable professionals, and well known institutions.

Tornadoes happening at all times of the year, winter, summer, fall, spring… irrespective of location …. from Key West Florida to Seattle Washington… time after time we see tornado formation, damaging winds, and hail develop directly near (in some cases directly over) high power microwave transmitter.

Several examples of Tornadoes ONLY forming over transmitters, and airports with high power transmitters nearby:



radar tornado march 3 2015



tornado ashland oregon oct 15 2014 haarp ring radar

tornado touchdown air force radar command october 13 2014a

tornado touchdown air force radar command october 13 2014

chicago haarp ring radar tornado oct 13 2014a

keesler air force base radar tornado

nexrad radar haarp ring tornado evansville oct 13 2014

airforce radar tornado haarp ring oct 13 2014

ebola radar location oct 13 2014

east coast possible radar tornado oct 8 2014

radar tornado oct 7 2014 indianapolis

tornado indianapolie haarp ring confirmation radar oct 7 2014

tornado radar sept 9 2014 nexrad haarp ring

pueblo colorado haarp ring nexrad radar storm aug 25 2014

denver international airport tornadoes july 28 2014 RADAR

stanford tornado airport radar july 28 2014

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

tornado airport nexrad radar june 24 2014 indiana

saint louis denver june 12 2014

denver dover tornadoes radar haarp rings may 22 2014

haarp ring radar pulse confirmation may 23 2014

sumpter south carolina haarp ring radar pulse confirmation shaw airforce base

tornado radar pulse real time haarp ring

pulse haarp ring confirmation may 16 2014

pulse haarp ring confirmation may 16 2014

haarp ring confirmation tulsa oklahoma march 31 2014


dover afb haarp ring final june 28 2013 dover delaware june 28 2013


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