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Published on Jul 22, 2008
For four years I have run the website weatherwars.info; I have written numerous articles focusing on weather control, contrails and the real reasons behind global warming. I've gone storm chasing for two springs gathering research data from which a peer-reviewed paper was published. We are the first researchers to have recorded electromagnetic fields generated by rotating severe thunderstorms, or otherwise known as meso-cyclones.
Why do this? To more fully understanding the role of these electromagnetic fields and resultant atmospheric electrostatic charges will assist meteorologists in forecasting which thunderstorm, out of many may put down a tornado. Furthermore, we maybe more fully able to explain how tropical waves coalesce into massive rotating hurricanes.
Me, just writing up the story and sharing some photographs, compelling as they may be, just fails to capture the depth of the story of the weather wars message that I wish to share.
My background was 20-years spent in the television newsroom, down in the studio over in the weather center. I figured that it is about time that I present this weather wars story with that television news storytelling treatment.
Enjoy the piece, its three minutes long... the score is from the group Snow Patrol and their 2004 release "Final Straw". The song is titled 'Chocolate' and is the title track for the disc.
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