In 1996, a document was created by the U.S. Military called “Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025.” The gist of the document is that if a military can control and manipulate the weather of another country, it would give the controlling military a huge advantage on any battlefield. This is incredibly disturbing given the “unprecedented” weather events the are gripping the world. Over 20 years later, many believe the military has achieved it’s stated goal, and that we are in the midst of a “weather war.”
This Disney film, created in 1959, is called “Eyes In Outer Space” and is really eerie, given the theories about how the military is controlling our weather today. At about the 18 minute mark, the video talks about “Robot planes that seed the clouds from above” while an operator pushes buttons to control a storm. Another must see video!
This article is from the 1950s, and partially defines the Cold War as a race between America and the Soviet Union to develop weaponized weather programs. Now, over 50 years later, America and Russia tensions are high, and the weather is out of control. Coincidence?
From the article: “Rainmaking” or weather control can be as powerful a war weapon as the atom bomb, a Nobel prize winning physicist said today. Dr. Irving Langmuir, pioneer in “rainmaking,” said the government should seize on the phenomenon of weather control as it did on atomic energy when Albert Einstein told the late President Roosevelt in 1939 of the potential power of an atom-splitting weapon. “In the amount of energy liberated, the effect of 30 milligrams of silver iodide under optimum conditions equals that of one atomic bomb,” Langmuir said.
Our country’s obsession with controlling the weather goes back to the late 1800s. This website starts from the beginning, documenting the history of weather modification. This is a great tool to understand that our extreme weather is not due simply to climate change. Our government and military play a huge part in what we are now dealing with on a daily basis.