Author Topic: 1966 Government Document disclose Weather Modification Program 1of2  (Read 2061 times)

Flow Of Wisdom

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For anyone that still does not believe that our government has been “seeding” clouds to manipulate the weather, then this document should put that argument to rest.

I first found this on Dane Wigington’s site, geoengineeringwatch.org. As I began to read through this extensive file, I could not stop shaking my head.

To read the document click here: http://flowofwisdom.com/2015/10/25/a-1966-u-s-government-document-with-the-subject-weather-modification-program/



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Re: 1966 Government Document disclose Weather Modification Program 1of2
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2015, 03:04:33 PM »
You won't change his mind! He's a mean hothead. I say he's protecting someone. Controlled opposition? Won't even listen for 1/2 a minute, won't even debate and try to make us look crazy. He just says we are and mental too.

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Re: 1966 Government Document disclose Weather Modification Program 1of2
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2015, 08:25:53 PM »
I'm 50-something years old, and I remember a time, 20 years ago or so, when vapor trails dissipated within a few seconds. They ALWAYS dissipated within a few seconds. The contrails NEVER crossed the sky from horizon to horizon, and they NEVER spread out to become a hazy cover.

I'm sick of these hacks who pretend to be "experts", denying these persistent aerial vapor trails. They are either complicit or ignorant; no other explanation! Ptoooey!

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Re: 1966 Government Document disclose Weather Modification Program 1of2
« Reply #3 on: November 03, 2015, 07:38:58 AM »
Yes BNW, I specifically remember laying in the yard watching planes a wanting the trail to catch up with the plane. It was always very short.....never caught up either.   :P

I'm 58 and have been told I'm crazy. I'd rather be crazy than an ignorant Know-it-All.

 

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