Joint US/Soviet Involvement
Further research reveals that starting in the late 1960's, US and Soviet scientists began a series of joint efforts to warm up the Arctic (documented in Lowell Ponte's 1976 book, "The Cooling"). At the 1974 Vladivostok Summit, US and Soviet leaders began weather engineering operations. By the late 1970's, the US joined in it's own weather-modifying ELF signals.
To improve joint electromagnetic weather-control actions, the US brought a number of Russian scientists to work at the top-secret Lawrence Livermore high-tech weapons laboratory . Although the project was officially disguised as "environmental cleanup research," the real purpose of the joint Russian/US project has been kept secret from the American people.
The plan to use Russian technology was described in the 4/8/93 Journal of Commerce & Commercial Bulletin:
"During the Cold War, in the closed research laboratory of the Gorky, Russian military scientists developed the 'Gyrotron'; a high-energy microwave generator designed to sweep the skies of Western warplanes [using Tesla scalar-wave technology].
"Today, at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, American military scientists are weighing a Russian proposal to use those generators for a new mission -- cleansing the atmosphere of ozone- depleting chemicals [CFC's]. The Lawrence Livermore scientists began collaborating with their Russian counterparts last year, travelling to Russian research centers, engaging in joint projects..."
The new HAARP weather-engineering system, now under construction in Alaska, will have (among it's numerous functions) the clear capacity to zap pollution and will also be able to increase or decrease upper atmospheric ozone levels at will. In fact, the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory's secret 21-member US/Soviet "Project Woodpecker" team in charge of the project just won a special award from both the CIA and the NSA for their efforts.
Hmm...sounds OK so far. So what's all the fuss about?
US Weather Engineering Project
Physicist Dr. Bernard J. Eastlund essentially "borrowed" Tesla's ideas and received a patent (#4,686,605 issued Aug. 11, 1987) for an invention which employed the borrowed ideas. The patent was assigned to ARCO's APTI and on Sept. 6, 1987, National Public Radio reported:
"Dr. Eastlund stated that his new invention could be used to change the weather by redirecting the very high wind patterns... The invention uses an earth-based power source to create electromagnetic radio waves and focus them way up into the atmosphere. Dr. Eastlund says the invention could steer the jet stream, but could also be used to disrupt communications all over the world."
Among other things, the 1987 patent states, "Large regions of the upper atmosphere could be lifted to an unexpected high altitude...weather modification is possible, by for example altering the upper atmosphere wind patterns (which is exactly what the Russian Woodpecker ELF system does)."
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