The Six Signs of Geo Engineering and Climate Control
One: Weather Modification
Signs of Geo Engineering & Climate Control is also called weather modification (also known as cloud seeding) and is an environmentally friendly way to generate more precipitation from clouds in the form of rain or snow. It works through the introduction of tiny particles (“seeds”) that create additional droplets or ice, thereby accelerating the precipitation process and improving the cloud’s efficiency. Cloud seeding is also used to reduce hail damage and eliminate fog. This well-established technology has been in use since the 1940s in dozens of countries around the world.
Two: Electro-Magnetic Operations
A glimpse into new death technologies under construction is in legislation introduced by Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinch. His unsuccessful Space Preservation Act of 2001 was intended to ban space deployment of:
• electronic, psychotronic and information weaponry
• high altitude ultra low frequency weapons
• plasma, electromagnetic, sonic and ultrasonic weapons
• laser weapons
• strategic, theater, tactical or extraterrestrial weapons
• chemical biological, environmental climate or tectonic weapons
• Chemtrails (this item was stricken from a later version, suggesting duress)
Three: Military Operations Weapons
The Reaper is the largest of the UAV’s in the U.S. arsenal with a wingspan of 84 feet, a takeoff weight of 7,000 pounds, a payload capacity of 3,000 pounds and a flight time of 36 hours.
The AA12 can fire five 12-gauge shells per second and because the recoil is engineered at just 10 percent a normal shotgun, it can be fired from the hip with only one hand. The Atchisson also fires a high explosive or fragmentation grenade called a FRAG-12 round to 175 meters with equal efficiency.
The Personnel Halting and Stimulation Response (PHASR) rifle is a handheld laser array, called a dazzler, capable of blinding and disorienting anyone caught in its sights.
While weapons to cause blindness were sagely restricted by the 1995 United Nations Protocol on Blinding Laser Weapons (a ruling the U.S. didn’t agree to until 2009) the PHASR causes only temporary blindness, thus escaping the ban.
The Taser model will electrocute a crowd of people at the touch of a button. Creating an “area of denial” the Taser can be stacked up and strung together almost indefinitely. It will also mount to any vehicle. The Shockwave has an effective distance of 25 feet and can be seen in action on this company video at Gizmodo.
The Black Knight is a combination remote controlled tank and forward scouting vehicle, designed for situations too risky for manned vehicles. To keep costs low, the Black Knight shares a weapons systems and engine parts with the manned Bradley Fighting vehicle. Including a 30mm cannon, machine gun and 300 horsepower engine. The vehicle is also fitted with autonomous navigation software and can design and follow its own routes without input from an outside source.
Dubbed America’s Ray Gun, the Active Denial System is really more a combination radar array and microwave. The ADS shoots a stream of electromagnetic waves, shorter than microwaves, which are instantly absorbed by the top layer of skin. The pain is so intense, the reaction to run from the beams so overpowering, the military calls it the “Goodbye Weapon.”
The MAARS Robot is a modified remote control, bomb disposal robot. Customizable to various needs, the MAARS can be configured with either an MB240 machine gun and 40mm grenade launcher, or a loudspeaker and eye dazzling laser, or bean bag guns, smoke, and pepper spray.
The product of a long string of modifications to the 22 year-old M24 sniper rifle, the XM2010 is designed specifically to be effective in the high altitude long distance fighting in Afghanistan. To provide quiet, pinpoint accuracy at up to 1200 meters the XM2010 carries more gun powder in the bullets it fires, has a flash suppressor, sound suppressor, and a thermal sleeve to hide the warm barrel from FLIR.
Dubbed “The Punisher” by American forces in Afghanistan, the XM25 accurately shoots a next-generation, 25mm, grenade up to 500 meters. But, the distance isn’t what impressed soldiers involved in the live trial of the weapon — it was the grenade programming. A targets distance is transmitted by a rangefinder in the XM25 to the grenade in the firing chamber. When the grenade leaves the barrel it is spiraling, like a football, and measures the distance it’s traveled by the number of spirals it completes.
Four: Planetary Geophysical Operations
The study of solid bodies in the solar system, with particular emphasis on planets and major satellites. Research topics include tectonics, volcanology, impact processes, geologic mapping, surface geochemistry and mineralogy, interior structure, lithosphere and mantle dynamics.
Studies include Mars, Earth, Venus, Moon, Io, Europa, Titan, Vesta and Ceres, and the methods include image interpretation (visible, infrared, radar), laboratory work, field work, infrared spectroscopy, geophysical data interpretation, modeling, and laboratory work.
Five: C4 Intelligence
Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) teams offer world leading expertise, technical know-how and practical end-to-end solutions and services to resolve the most complex issues in the intelligence, command and control (C2) and information domains.
Six: Detection of Exotic Propulsion Systems
Several technologies have been proposed which both save fuel and provide significantly faster travel than the traditional methodology of using Hohmann transfers. Some are still just theoretical, but over time, several of the theoretical approaches have been tested on spaceflight missions. For example, the Deep Space 1 mission was a successful test of an ion drive. These improved technologies typically focus on one or more of:
A. Space propulsion systems with much better fuel economy. Such systems would make it possible to travel much faster while keeping the fuel cost within acceptable limits.
B. Using solar energy and in-situ resource utilization to avoid or minimize the expensive task of shipping components and fuel up from the Earth’s surface, against the Earth’s gravity (see “Using non-terrestrial resources”, below).
C. Novel methodologies of using energy at different locations or in different ways that can shorten transport time or reduce cost per unit mass of space transport
Besides making travel faster or cost less, such improvements could also allow greater design “safety margins” by reducing the imperative to make spacecraft lighter.
All rocket concepts are limited by the rocket equation, which sets the characteristic velocity available as a function of exhaust velocity and mass ratio, of initial (M0, including fuel) to final (M1, fuel depleted) mass. The main consequence is that mission velocities of more than a few times the velocity of the rocket motor exhaust (with respect to the vehicle) rapidly become impractical.
Nuclear thermal and solar thermal rockets
Fission powered rockets
Launch vehicle and spacecraft reusability
On-orbit tanker transfers
Propellant plant on a celestial body
Using non-terrestrial resources