Sunday, 28 July 2013

Montana NEXRAD Station Generates Storm for Saskatchewan

We have tracked a storm system that originated near Great Falls, MT Doppler station, its tapering point being pushed east towards Glasgow, MT Doppler station. The developing storm also increased in intensity, with parts of it going north into South Saskatchewan, and ending up also in Manitoba. The whole playlist for this event can be viewed here

Could it be more obvious than this?

Above: Sometimes satellite images say it all. Visible satellite can be viewed here.
Above: Red dot indicates location for NEXRAD station - Great Falls, MT (KTFX)
Above: Great Falls, MT (KTFX) NEXRAD Station - July 28 - 07:28 UTC 

Above: Are NEXRAD stations and geoengineering methods (i.e. cloud-seeding) using our
tropospheric rivers by diverting moisture to generate these storms? See the water vapour loop here.
Above: Eureka, CA (KBHX) NEXRAD Station - Moisture as seen above in satellite, travelling north east. July 28 - 01:30 UTC

Above: Medford, OR (KMAX) NEXRAD Station - Depicting the path of moisture. July 28 - 01:28 UTC
Above: Glasgow, MT (KGGW) NEXRAD station influences this storm further, after being tossed from the Great Falls, MT (KTFX) station, as it heads east. July 28 - 16:58 UTC 

Thursday, 25 July 2013

Hail Storms: A Case for Anthropogenic Ice-Nucleation?

Hail Storms: A Case for Anthropogenic Ice-Nucleation ?

This is not the first time Wichita, KS has seen large hail coming down, the size of baseballs. It is also not the first time that NEXRAD has been influencing our weather patterns. On July 23, parts of Kansas got hit hard with large-sized hail. Residents described the hail event as happening very quickly, which started off as rain for five or-so minutes.

Although, we realize that hail can be a seldom-occurring natural weather event, it has become far more common after the 1960's, during the introduction of a weather modification patent for generating ice-nucleating crystals. Patent # 3,127,107 from 1964, entitled "Generation of Ice-Nucleating Crystals" states :

This invention pertains to the art of cloud seedingIt relates to a new process and a new device for generating crystals of ice-nucleating materials for introduction of the same into supercooled atmospheric clouds. The seeding of clouds, i.e. the introduction into super-cooled atmospheric clouds of materials which cause the formation of ice crystals in the clouds, has been practised for a number of years for the purpose of controlling or modifying weather conditions.

We realize that in many cases, this type of technology can be used for promoting rain, but does anybody stop to think what would happen if it was put into the wrong hands? Furthermore, how many times has this patent been tested in the sky, before generating the desired size for ice crystals. What are some possible consequences or outcomes when this experiment goes wrong?

Above: Lab and field studies of the ability of aerosols to act as
ice nuclei - from the Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science

Cloud-seeding has made more advancements up until today, by also using chemical agents which allow freezing water particles at higher temperatures. There are numerous patents, such as Patent # 3,545,677 entitled "Method of Cloud Seeding" (1970), which uses silver iodide (slightly toxic) in its methods. This patent goes into detail, describing what proportion of chemical agents should be used to form an ice nucleus of desired size. It states that, "The end result in all cases, however, is the precipitation of the silver iodide and the freezing of water to cause an ice nucleus." Patent # 3587966 from 1971, entitled Freezing Nucleation, tells us its invention "...relates to depositing ice and other hydrogen-bonding crystals from clouds and to freezing nucleants for causing deposition of ice from clouds. A process of the invention is to provide more effective freezing nucleants to cause ice to separate from clouds."

If there are individuals who are purposely (or by accident) mixing a certain amount of chemical agents causing large ice nuclei to grow, can you imagine the possibilities? Just imagine if this technology got into the wrong hands. We know that if we have the capability to suppress hail, we also have capability which can do the opposite.

Bacteria are particularly good at ice-nucleation, causing it to occur at temperatures as high as -2 °C. The fact that bacteria like P.syringae being able to nucleate ice crystals has been known for decades. P.syringae bacteria are well-known "catalysts" for ice formation. This is well-documented, mentioned  in the Journal of Bacteriology and weather modification publications dating back to 1989, just to name a few :

"Ice Nucleating Activity of Pseudomonas syringae and Erwinia herbicola", Journal of Bacteriology, 153: pp. 222-231.

Ward et al., (1989) "Preliminary Experimental Evaluation of Sonomax™ Snow Inducer, Pseudomonas syringae, as an Artificial Ice Nucleus for Weather Modification", J. Weather Mod., 21: pp. 9-13.

One contribution to the growing understanding of bacteria’s role in precipitation was recently presented at the American Society of Microbiology meeting. Alexander Michaud studied hailstones that fell on his Montana State University campus, and as reported by the BBC:

"He analysed the hailstones’ multi-layer structure, finding that while their outer layers had relatively few bacteria, the cores contained high concentrations. “You have a high concentration of ‘culturable’ bacteria in the centres, on the order of thousands per millilitre of meltwater,” he told the meeting."

ABC News also similarly reports that:

"Hail storms seem to arise out of nowhere, but US scientists have found that plant bacteria may be to blame. A Montana scientist collected some large hailstones measuring more than five centimetres in diameter after a June storm last year, froze them, and later analysed the water that melted away in layers. "Bacteria have been found within the embryo, the first part of a hailstone to develop," says Alexander Michaud of Montana State University, who presented the research at a meeting of microbiologists in New Orleans."

When we think of "chemtrails", cloud-seeding, or aerosols used for Geoengineering, how many of us think of bacterial agents? The mainstream media relates hail formation to the P.syringae bacteria without mentioning a single word on weather modification or cloud-seeding that uses these biological agents for precipitation. The bacteria is also used for artificial snow-making in ski hill resorts. Although some may attribute our climate to naturally-occurring bacteria in the atmosphere, we must also take into consideration weather modification patents that are using these bacterial strains in massive cloud-seeding operations. One such patent is US # 5223412, entitled "Cell-free and whole cell ice-nucleators and process for their production" :

Microbially-produced ice nucleator mixtures which include either cell-free ice nucleator particle mixtures and/or whole cell ice nucleator mixtures. These mixtures are produced in methods which comprises culturing a selected microorganism in a two step process at a first temperature in a first step and at a lower temperature in a second step. The microorganisms include Erwinia, Pseudomonas and Escherichia coil. These methods produce ice nucleator mixtures having increased concentrations of ice nucleating sites per given weight or volume of ice nucleator material.

P.syringae, along with other strains, is also mentioned in the whole of the text. In another weather patent # 5,223,412, take note of the bold font:

"U.S. Pat. No. 4,464,473 describes isolation of DNA segments encoding for substances having ice nucleation activity (INA). The DNA is isolated from organisms known to provide for ice nucleation such as various species of Pseudomonas including syringe, coronafaciens, pisi, tabaci or fluorescens. Xanthomonas, such as translucens or Erwinia, such as herbicola can also be employed. The host is then transformed with the DNA and the substances having ice nucleation activity expressed by the host microorganism. According to the disclosure, organisms which have a wide variety of ecological niches can be modified so as to provide for ice nucleation activity in new environments and/or with higher efficiency."

We must also take into consideration the anthropogenic disease toll that these bacteria have on plants. An article from the University of Minnesota reports:
Cornwell University: A tomato plant leaf infected
with bacterial speck, the disease caused by P.syringae

Many foliage plants are susceptible to bacterial diseases, especially during gloomy winter months. Common symptoms include leaf spots, blights, and wilting. Different species of bacteria affect plants in different ways. Plant symptoms include tip burns, leaf spots, blights, rots, wilts, or the total collapse of plant tissues. The most severe and devastating diseases of foliage plants are caused by bacteria belonging to the genera Erwinia, Xanthomonas and Pseudomonas.

You can read more about disease caused by Pseudomonas syringae here, or Erwinia here. To read more about bacterial plant disease, you can refer to the Cornell University Department of Plant Pathology ,

We must ask ourselves, how much bacteria is being spewed into the atmosphere artificially by humans? And what is its relation to hail and ice-nucleating crystals in the atmosphere? Is the weather modification (cloud-seeding) technology in the hands of righteous individuals? Could this be a case for anthropogenic undesired ice-nucleation (i.e. hail) and anthropogenic plant disease?

When our team heard about the large hail received in Wichita, we analysed the NEXRAD radar in this area immediately, which can be seen here. The radar, however, is from July 24th (one day after the hail storm). From both radar videos, we can clearly see the radar begins pulsing intensely, and an electromagnetic blast is emitted from the stations between 2:00 and 3:00 pm (CDT). We also see tapered storm systems being generated by these NEXRAD stations. Power outages were reported for 100,000 people in neighbouring Oklahoma, and also near Wichita, KS in Sedgwick county.

Above: Wichita, KS (KICT) NEXRAD Station begins heavy EM-pulsing. Also note the tapered storm system that is created nearby. July 24 - 08.52 UTC 
Above: Wichita, KS (KICT) NEXRAD Station - July 24, 2.47 pm CDT (19.47 UTC). Electromagnetic blasts emitted from stations like this are not very common.

Above: From left to right. July 24. Order of radar events. Vance Air Force Base, OK (KVNX) NEXRAD Station. 10.21 UTC, 14.21 UTC, 18:09 UTC, 18:57 UTC. Note the tapered storm system formed in the first image (near the Doppler centre), then the sudden pulsing of this station, and the electromagnetic blast shown in the last frame. 

Speaking of electromagnetism, there is also technology which uses electromagnetism to produce negatively charged ions for cloud generation or ice-nucleation

Erwinia stewartii bacteria causing plant disease in corn crops

Monday, 22 July 2013

Storms in North-Central States: Aerosols from Power Plants & Influenced by NEXRAD Frequency

Update: We have recent video footage here, depicting the sky of Upper Michigan that was also closely linked to this storm system. The resident who witnessed this, Jason Asselin, describes it as:

``All of a sudden it got very yellow outside, it felt strange and mysterious. Then it slowly looked very orange, it was the craziest thing I have ever witnessed over my head.``

Skies in Upper Michigan on the evening of July 22
A storm system stretching from Nebraska, to Iowa and Wisconsin has been analysed, and it appears that this storm is being largely shaped by NEXRAD stations working in conjunction with each other. The cloud plumes appear to be originating from power plants along the Nebraska and Iowa border. Please see our playlist,  which clearly depicts the KOAX and KDMX NEXRAD stations involved in generating tapered linear storm systems.

Fig 1: Top image is a satellite portrayal of this storm system with its linear arm stretching into the Northern States and Canada. The bottom image is a satellite showing the current water vapour during this time. Watch the video here.

Fig 2: Moisture being bridged from KOAX to KDMX NEXRAD stations on July 23 at 01:15 UTC. This is shown in more detail using the radar stations (Fig 5) below.

Fig 3: The left image is KOAX Nexrad Station (radar) - Omaha, NE  - July 23, 01.14 UTC. 
The right image is KDMX Nexrad Station (radar) - Des Moines, IA - July 23, 01.15 UTC. 
This is also consistent with the satellite image in Fig 2 above. 

Click the photo above to enlarge. The Walter Scott Jr Energy Coal Plant runs at a maximum capacity of 1635 megawatts (MW), Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power at 478 MW, and North Omaha Coal Plant at 626 MW. Learn more here, and see relevant research paper
Fig 4: Radar image showing moisture content of the storm system that we are interested in. Take note of how this storm system is tapered towards active NEXRAD stations, and is connected through numerous radar stations. The images that follow below will portray this in more detail. The stations from left to right are KUEX, KOAX, KDMX, KARX (top), KDVN (bottom), and KMKX. Watch the video here

Fig 5: NEXRAD stations in the U.S. The red dots represent those that we are interested in analysing. Use this figure to correlate with the radar images that follow.
Fig 6: Grand Island/Hastings, NE (KUEX) NEXRAD Station. This is consistent with Fig 4.

Fig 7: Omaha, NE (KOAX) NEXRAD Station. This is consistent with Fig 4.

Fig 8: Des Moines, IA (KDMX) NEXRAD Station. This is consistent with Fig 4.

Fig 9: Davenport, IA (KDVN) NEXRAD Station. This is consistent with Fig 4.

Fig 10 La Crosse, WI (KARX). This is consistent with Fig 4.

Fig 11: Milwaukee, WI (KMKX) NEXRAD Station. This is consistent with Fig 4.

More investigation is needed with these radar anomalies and their apparent influence on storm systems and moisture-driven forces. Provided below is a list of useful tools for capturing these type of events. It is important to become familiar with these software tools. We recommend adding them to your bookmarks:


United States
(click NEXRAD Sites on the left, choose desired station, and then desired frames on the left)




Electromagnetic-Driven Storms & Radar Anomalies for mid-July

What follows is a list of recent activity of storms and radar anomalies seen in parts of Canada and the United States (South Dakota / North Dakota). From the Prairies to Ontario, with neighbouring NEXRAD stations in the United States, we have analysed satellite and radar data to see where these strange tapering storms are coming from. Click on an image to enlarge it for more details. 

Below: Toronto, Ontario gets hit with a hard storm, and tornado warnings were issued in the area. Look at where this NEXRAD storm starts and ends. We highly doubt that the media will not mention a word about where this storm precisely originated from in the States.

Below: A photograph captured by a resident of Toronto, showing the city's sky before the storm hit.

Below: If  NEXRAD stations could talk, perhaps they could explain to us where all these tapering storms are coming from?

Below: NEXRAD-induced storms: The latest inventions in weather modification using electromagnetism methods listed in patents that aren't new. Ask a meteorologist if it is normal to have these tapering, plume-shaped cloud systems originate from near the centre of these Doppler / NEXRAD stations, being passed from one to another. Are these storms caused by  global warming or storms caused by geoengineering. What do you think?

Below: Although he could have done it himself, the Bethune (near Regina) Doppler station would personally like to thank Glasgow, MT and Minot, ND Doppler stations for their minor support in generating this tapered storm system.

Below: Prairie radar data. This Doppler-driven storm was moving south east in the top two frames, then suddenly at 10:00 UTC in the third frame, data becomes "missing" for the Bethune (Saskatoon) station. After this missing data frame, we suddenly see the storm immediately halt in going south, and it deviates to go directly east. A little strange, wouldn't you say?

Below: These Prairie storms seem to line up and orient themselves so well with the Doppler stations. There is no way electromagnetic forces could influence moisture, or is there?

Below: If storms could talk, what do you think they would say? This one may be using charades to tell us something, as its moisture tapers and points towards the Bethune, SK Doppler station.

Below: Electromagnetic forces can't influence storms, or can they? Read the weather modification patents to find out more. Interestingly, this storm is travelling south east , and we literally see a wave of ripples going south, directly through the centre of the Doppler radar. These cloud ripples appear to hold very little moisture, and are not dense like other parts of the storm system. It almost reminds us of the Doppler waves seen in clouds at times. Is this a signature of the Doppler station being put to use?

Below: North Dakota and South Dakota storms. NEXRAD stations are connecting the dots for us. Can you connect the rest?

Below: Dryden, Woodlands, Winnipeg and other parts of Manitoba would like to thank Canada Doppler stations and North Dakota / South Dakota NEXRAD stations for bringing more storms and rain to their areas. Is geoengineering messing with our water cycle?

Below: Sit back, relax, and let the Doppler stations connect the dots. The top image shows Prairie radar stations pulsing electromagnetic frequency. The bottom image is Doppler stations connecting the dots for us.