Typhoon Haiyan and climate change : Let’s hear about HAARP for a CHANGE

HAARP or H.A.R.R.P.  - Radio Frequency Transmitters by Victor Habbick / freedigitalphotos.net *

HAARP or H.A.R.R.P. – Radio Frequency Transmitters by Victor Habbick / freedigitalphotos.net *

“Extreme weather and climate events” are linked to climate change while no mention is made of government programs deliberately aimed at modifying the weather and inducing earthquakes, drought, rain, and tsunamis.” - Rady Ananda (1)

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Improving nuclear reactors: A new composite ceramic material?

Silicon carbide (SiC) monocrystal from the LMGP (Minatec) lab in Grenoble, France by David Monniaux / wikimedia *

Silicon carbide (SiC) monocrystal from the LMGP (Minatec) lab in Grenoble, France by David Monniaux / wikimedia

  • can sustain over 2,000 degrees Centigrade without showing any effect of strain
  • can withstand the intense neutron environment in a nuclear reactor
  • can reduce the price of electricity by 40% relative to current reactors
  • 80% less nuclear waste (1)

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Unraveling: The Global Warming Fraud

Halo Sun by Black-HardArtstudio / freedigitalphotos.net *

Halo Sun by Black-HardArtstudio / freedigitalphotos.net *

Nigel Farage:
“We may have made what are the biggest,
stupidest collective mistakes in history
by getting so worried about global warming!” (1)

  • 60% increase in the amount of ocean area covered with ice this past year
  • leaked scientific report: planet is heading into a new cooling period
  • major climate research centers : no rise in global temperatures since 1997, despite the continued increase in CO2
  • weakening solar activity: few or no sunspots during the next solar cycle (2)
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The War on Cancer? – ‘Cancer is big business’

Chemotherapy-induced acral erythema (hand-foot syndrome) by Lucid Smog / wikimedia *

Chemotherapy-induced acral erythema (hand-foot syndrome) by Lucid Smog / wikimedia  (1)

In the US over the last few decades

  • Breast cancer has gone up by about 60 to 65 per cent.
  • Brain cancer by about 80 to 90 per cent
  • Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma has increased by nearly 100 per cent
  • Testicular cancer – particularly in men between the ages of 28 and 35 – has gone up by nearly 300 percent. (2)

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LPAC: Construction of World’s first demonstration high-temperature nuclear reactor begins in China

Generation IV, by US Department of Energy Nuclear Energy Research Advisory Committee

Generation IV, by US Department of Energy Nuclear Energy Research Advisory Committee / wikimedia *

“High-temperature gas-cooled reactors are one example of so-called fourth generation nuclear technologies (…) are safer and more efficient. They produce a higher temperature heat, which also improves efficiency, and also enables desalination, chemical processing, and other applications unavailable using today’s water-cooled nuclear reactors.”

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Frightful ‘Frankenstorm’: MAN-MADE by Mad Scientists?

Caricature of a mad scientist / Wikimedia (a)

“The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program has a shady sinister tone (…) What Mengele was to medicine, HAARP is to meteorology. What Fort Dietrich is to viral weaponry, it is to weather control and seismic generations. (…) The public seems laughably ignorant of devices to produce earthquakes and to amplify then steer storms, with nuclear power packs. Tesla notes and dreams have indeed come to life. Some personal contacts have close colleagues who actually worked on the project for the Boyz.” - Jim Willie (1) emphasis added

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7.7 Earthquake and 37 strange 10km-depth aftershocks: Is BC being HAARPerized?

Image source: USGS *

Mag. Masset, Canada 2012-10-28 Lat. Lon. Depth (km)
7.7 139km S 03:04:10 52.769°N 131.927°W 17.5
4.8 202km S 03:52:24 52.199°N 131.986°W 10.9
5.1 237km SSW 04:25:17 52.019°N 133.370°W 10.1
4.6 140km SSW 04:33:51 52.906°N 133.120°W 10.0
4.7 162km SSW 04:41:05 52.592°N 132.670°W 10.0
4.3 180km S 04:54:46 52.403°N 132.439°W 10.1

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SHOCKING: Depleted Uranium and Birth defects skyrocketing in Iraq after US invasion

Deputy Director of the Deployment Health Support Directorate Dr. Michael Kilpatrick shows a copy of a depleted uranium study done in Kosovo during a Pentagon press briefing on March 14, 2003 / Wikimedia *

Since the US lead invasion in Iraq in 2003, children with birth defects and reports of miscarriages have been on the rise in the war torn country.

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HAARP’s man-made Climate Change: A weapon of mass destruction?

Overview of the HAARP “Diagnostic Sensors” / Wikimedia (1)

Prof Michel Chossudovsky:

  • “Military analysts and scientists are mute on the subject
  • Meteorologists are not investigating the matter
  • and environmentalists are focused on greenhouse gas emissions…”

Meanwhile behind the scenes:

“… operating from the outer atmosphere
and capable of destabilising agricultural
and ecological systems around the world.”

The High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program:

“HAARP constitutes “an irresponsible act of global vandalism.”

In 1977, an international Convention was ratified by the UN General Assembly which banned ‘military or other hostile use of environmental modification techniques having widespread, long-lasting or severe effects.’ (1) (emphasis added)

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AIDS by Prescription: ‘Specific Drugs cause Specific AIDS-defining diseases’

Image by jscreationzs – modified by cnlib / freedigitalphotos.net *

 “300-Billion-dollar AID$ fraud”

“Toxic drugs that cause the very disease they are supposed to prevent”

Dr. Peter Duesberg
the first scientist to map
the genetic structure of retroviruses.”

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2012-09-30 Colombia 7.3 earthquake: Related to increased Solar Activity?

Image source: usgs.gov   (depth 162km) * 

“The September 30, 2012 M 7.3 earthquake west of Isnos, Colombia, occurred as a result of normal faulting deep within the subducting Nazca slab. The earthquake ruptured a fault in the interior of the inclined subduction zone that dips to the east-northeast beneath South America, having begun its decent into the mantle at the South America trench offshore of Colombia and Ecuador. Continue reading

Groundbreaking: Tesla Motors to enable free long distance travel in cars

Tesla Model S / Wikimedia *

The Supercharger network:

“These stations will allow the Tesla Model S to recharge for free, and each charge is said to last for an extremely long distance.” 

“… the company plans to install Superchargers in high traffic corridors across the United States, enabling fast, purely electric travel from Vancouver to San Diego, Miami to Montreal and Los Angeles to New York, all by next year. (…) there are many people out there who are fighting to suppress this sort of energy, so the development of these charging sites will be a very interesting thing to watch.”J.G. Vibes (emphasis added)

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Mars: Will scientists have the Curiosity to question longstanding assumptions?

Mars seen by the Hubble Space Telescope, Realistic Colors, by NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team / Wikimedia *

For reasons that no planetary scientist has explained, the crust of the northern hemisphere has been excavated. It’s been eaten away, up to six miles deep. And there is one force only that could achieve hemispheric excavation of a planet. That force is “electric discharge” in an age of planetary instability and violence. (…) If NASA would open to an electrical interpretation, a different picture of solar system history is certain to follow.”David Talbott

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