Weather Modification: Ahmadinejad – High Tech Equipment causing Iran Drought

In reality, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s charges are not far fetched. Many of us know weather modification has been going on for some time. Weather modification in it’s simplest form might be referred to as ‘cloud seeding’. But now with technology, we know weather in the world is an experiment. Maybe one they have perfected over the years.

Here’s a little of what Ahmadinejad said, via

“Western countries have designed plans to cause drought in certain areas of the world, including Iran,” Mr Ahmadinejad said in the city of Arak in Markazi province.

“According to reports on climate, whose accuracy has been verified, European countries are using special equipment to force clouds to dump” their water on their continent, he said.

By doing so, “they prevent rain clouds from reaching regional countries, including Iran,” Mr Ahmadinejad charged.

Of course no one will believe him for he has on many occasion been labeled a nut-job for things he has said. I recall from past when he spoke of weather modification being labeled a ‘conspiracy theorist’. When one is labeled a conspiracy theorist, people tend not to listen to a word they say.

Is weather modification using high tech equipment a conspiracy theory ? Not by any means.
They want you to think it is so as to divert attention away from the program.

Take this for instance. Shortly after the Gulf Oil Spill in 2010, I mentioned ‘there would be NO tropical storms or Hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico that would cross paths were the spill occurred’. Guess what, there wasn’t. There was one storm that did make it through the Gulf during the 2010 Hurricane season, Tropical Storm Bonnie[1]. However, before entering the Gulf after crossing Florida, Bonnie was down-graded to a Tropical Depression. Before making landfall in Louisiana, Bonnie was downgraded further to a remnant low pressure system on 25 July just before crossing paths with the location of Deepwater Horizon Macondo blowout, about 60 nautical miles [1 nautical mile = 1.15077945 miles] southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River. The Deepwater rig was located 50 miles off the Louisiana coast[2]. For this time of year and the water temperatures in the Gulf, this was unheard of. Many people who chase and track hurricanes were amazed at the outcome of Hurricane season 2010. Not one US land falling tropical system in 2010.

In fact, the hurricane season for 2010 was expected to be an ‘above normal season’, during which tropical systems usually make landfall in the U.S..

NOAA’s updated 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook calls for a 90% chance of an above normal season. There is only a 10% chance of a near-normal season, and no expectation the season will be below normal. Therefore, 2010 is expected to become the eleventh above-normal season since 1995.[3]

Being a weather freak, here is my tracking map of Bonnie showing where she fell apart with the location of Deepwater Horizon plotted as well.

So what happened ?? Was weather modification in use ? Seems a strong probability to me as they needed the dispersed oil to sink to the bottom of the gulf, instead of being stirred and brought ashore.

With an example of possible weather modification in use, lets get back to Ahmadinejad. Is his statement that far fetched ? No, and this is why.

Back in August of 1996, 16 years ago when technology was an infant to us tax payers, a research paper by 7 military officers was presented. The title: Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025[4a]. Within this report are what they say are “fictional representations of future situations/scenarios. Any similarities to real people or events, other than those specifically cited, are unintentional and are for purposes of illustration only.”

There is one image that stands out after Ahmadinejad made his accusation, ‘Figure 3-2. The Military System for Weather-Modification Operations’, seen here.

Why does it stand out you may ask. Well, for one, the fictional representation of the country [bottom right]. It sure does look like Iran. Go find a map and check for yourself.
If you look at the lower left of the image, sure does look like high tech equipment. Kinda like the HAARP antenna array[5]. From this image, we see a thunderstorm over the fictional country. But some of us know if they can do that, they can also cause other modifications to the weather like Ahmadinejad mentions. That being drought.

And just to be clear about this, this is from the research papers ‘Executive Summary’.

A high-risk, high-reward endeavor, weather-modification offers a dilemma not unlike the splitting of the atom. While some segments of society will always be reluctant to examine controversial issues such as weather-modification, the tremendous military capabilities that could result from this field are ignored at our own peril. From enhancing friendly operations or disrupting those of the enemy via small-scale tailoring of natural weather patterns to complete dominance of global communications and counterspace control, weather-modification offers the war fighter a wide-range of possible options to defeat or coerce an adversary. Some of the potential capabilities a weather-modification system could provide to a war-fighting commander in chief (CINC) are listed in table 1.

“The technology is there, waiting for us to pull it all together;” in 2025 we can “Own the Weather.”

On a side note: I expect at least one maybe two strong tropical systems to stir the Gulf of Mexico this season. They will use this as a test to see what the oil is doing. If no ill reports of oil reaching the shores along the gulf coast, the US will be pounded this hurricane season. If oil does come ashore in mass, few tropical systems will track through the gulf, just as in 2010.


[4b]- PDF version of 4a –

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5 thoughts on “Weather Modification: Ahmadinejad – High Tech Equipment causing Iran Drought

  1. Ahmi may be on to something, but like you say, he will be ridiculed.

    I shared this before, but what do you make of this? What explains the directional “paddle wheels”, as Dutch puts it?

    As we have previously discussed, the “HAARP” rings may just be radar profiles or something. But what explains very large ones as shown in this video?


    • Not having seen them before on any ‘free’ site I use, I don’t know what causes the ‘paddle wheels so I wont try and explain them away. My best guess though would be some kind of interference, or something in the way the data from the radar is being interpreted as they don’t go all the way around the radar.

      I have seen the rays before. I jokingly call them meteors. Don’t know what causes them.

      What he’s referring to as clouds, is ground clutter. The particular screen-shot he is showing does not show clouds, only radar. Radar doesn’t see clouds.

      In the second video, I would say the same thing makes the big rings as the little rings. He mentions at the end they are coming from one of the nexrad sites. I don’t know what makes them larger or smaller. Best guess is, the amount of power, mode, and elevation the radar is using during it’s sweep.

      I’m not trying to discount anything he has shown us. But at this point, not even he knows what is causing it. He say’s HAARP, but I dont think HAARP is or can be used in this manner from my understanding.
      Maybe we should contact him on his youtube site or website and see if he can offer more info.

      I know one thing, he’s got money.


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