Saturday, November 3, 2012

Jesse Ventura's "Conspiracy Theory"

I was glad to hear that the long-awaited 3rd season of former governor Jesse Ventura's investigative television show is returning to Tru TV this coming Wednesday at 10pm. I must say there hasn't been a lot of hype about it, considering how popular his show has been in the past.

Jesse once did a program about HAARP. If you haven't heard about it, HAARP has been long thought by "conspiracy theorists" to be capable of weather modification, including the manipulation of hurricanes. Skip ahead to about 11:30 min. in the following video to see a physical demonstration of this principle. BTW, I noticed Noor over at "Snippits and Snappits" just posted an article that touches on this theme.

You've got to wonder, if we possess the technology (HAARP) that the inventor's own son says is capable of weather modification, and Hurricane Sandy alone has cost the country billions of dollars, why isn't the study of this technology a national discussion right now??? Why aren't they sinking billions into this research? Maybe the answer is, they already have, and just aren't telling us ...

“Others are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves” -- Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Department of Defense News Briefing, Secretary of Defense William Cohen, April 28, 1997. Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and U.S. Strategy at the Georgia Center, Mahler Auditorium, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga.


Greg Bacon said...

The USAF has bragged that it will own the weather by 2025.
Maybe they're ahead of schedule.

The Pentagon has about 10 HAARP facilities around the world, showcasing the one in Gakona, AK, which is only run by 5 diesel generators.

The one in Poker Flats, AK is a biggie, drwaing power from the nearby Clear Air Base electrical plant.

Are they effecting the weather?

Don't know for sure, but something sure as hell is having an affect on the weather,since it's changed so radically in the last three decades.

Greg Bacon said...

Here's a link to a blog I did on HAARP, featuring the man who first developed an earthquake machine, Nikola Tesla.