4/03/2015 — Man Made microwave tornado forms over Ft. Polk NEXRAD RADAR transmitter

How many times is too many times before people realize high power microwave transmitters are inducing rotation above the base stations?

Yet once again we see a location which is not normally tornado prone receive multiple detections of tornadoes (rotation) near a NEXRAD RADAR transmitter.

This time we see the area above Fort Polk Louisiana produce a possible tornado above the transmitter.  Confirmed that strong rotation was detected as the cells were hit by high power microwaves emitted from the tower.

fort polk radar tornado april 3 2015

This was the only location to see such a detection, and the rotation ceased as the cells passes farther away from the base station.

This possible tornado detection was due to what we call a (RADAR pulse) “HAARP ring” induced storm rotation.


Similarly, yesterday (April 2, 2015), there were TWO DIFFERENT detections of a tornadic rotation above 2 separate microwave RADAR transmitters in New York State – Binghamton + Albany NY.

haarp ring radar tornado albany nexrad binghampton new york

The above screenshots show that the ONLY rotation to develop actually formed near the high power transmitters.


Specifically referring to S-Band RADAR, 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.

Here are a few recent examples from other locations where the microwave transmitter induced weather formation:

utah haarp ring radar pulse march 26 2015

 

fort polk tornado march 19 2015 tornado radar haarp ring

 

radar real time tornado air force base march 19 2015

 

radar tornado march 3 2015

 

tornado ashland oregon oct 15 2014 haarp ring radar

 

 


Much more information on how frequency induced storms occur can be found here:

http://dutchsinse.com/want-to-know-about-weather-modification-haarp-vlf-hf-and-chemtrails-want-to-prove-it-to-a-non-believer-here-you-go/



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.

lasers weather control weather modification Laser_cloud_2654078b

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):

https://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2012/01/28/radarpulseconfirmations/


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