Is Weather Modification Good For The Economy?


After the long 12 year period without major natural disasters in southern United States, Hurricane Harvey brought a catastrophic hit to the country. Soon after Harvey, a Category 5 storm Hurricane Irma with sustained winds of 175 miles per hour, started to move through the Caribbean, destroying the whole island of St. Martin, going towards Florida. Two large-scale hurricanes and a strong earthquake in Mexico are the signs that the evacuation of Florida is not a game, but a really serious situation.

This unpleasant event development made many people ask questions such as “Are US climate engineering programs the reason for this catastrophic blow?”, “Is Harvey disaster made by the US government?” Many researchers say that the answer to this question is “Yes!” The next question is how much damage could the approaching hurricane Irma cause to the south of the country. Some researchers say that the US government has been working on hurricane modification programs for almost 70 years, and they all rely on historical documents that prove it.

On the other hand, power structure circles and corporate media deny those programs, which is not a surprise, as we learned through history. This situation brings the whole set of new questions such as “How much catastrophic damage have global engineering and weather warfare programs already cause in the world so far?”, “What is the next target, the general agenda?”, and “How much worse can these natural disasters could become in the future?”

Early Hurricane Modification Programs

The first known weather modification program was Project Cirrus in 1947. It was controlled by army and navy, seeding a hurricane of Georgia/Florida coast using a b-17 bomber. It was moving east with huge speed, but it suddenly changed course and came back to Georgia coast. One of the oldest programs that are still active is Project Stormfury, showing that the fully documented weather modification warfare was going on during the Vietnam War, with Project Popeye, causing the catastrophic and continuous flooding over the Ho Chi Minh trail. The trail was a logistical system that ran from Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North) to the Republic of Vietnam (South).

Modern Hurricane Modification Programs

Later, there were some significant cyclone studies that showed when tropical cyclones are saturated with aerosols, the intensity is reduced; the flow of energy from warming oceans is also reduced and the winds weaken. In order to disperse the atmospheric aerosols, government used military jets, but also putting aerosol spraying nozzles on mini commercial airplanes. Nowadays, aerosol dispersions over the oceans are constant, while the vast majority of population doesn’t know that the ongoing global climate engineering Manhattan Project is endangering the climate and life support system of the planet, spraying aerosols in both Pacific and Atlantic. There are even some NASA images that undoubtedly prove the existence of these events, especially in the Gulf of Mexico.

Can The Weather Modification Be Stopped?

Many experts believe that the climate engineering and weather warfare is the greatest imperative of the world today. Their advice is to gather and research all the weather modification-related material, reaching the critical mass. They say it would be the best to share all this information and credible data with organizations, agencies, friends, and elected officials. The goal is to explain that the opposing to climate engineering is a fight for both our lives and our planet’s life.

Weather Modification’s Impact On The Economy

Apart from devastating consequences of the recent hurricanes, there is a number of people who believe that these events are actually good for the economy. How and Why? Well, after the events in Texas and Florida, a lot of land and infrastructure are destroyed. The next logical step is to rebuild it all and that’s exactly where the economy and business can climb to the next level. Hurricane Harvey caused a $160 billion loss to the United States so far. Even though this disaster will impact gasoline prices and other goods, many believe that this period can be good for the job market, businesses, and the US economy in general.

Many economists say that those southern regions of the United States are going towards the quick recovery and could even experience a bump in growth from rebuilding. The Texas area has a large and growing population, but also attracts continuous investment in oil-related industry, which is an important part of the global trade. In general, when natural disasters show up in the economic data, it usually means a small growth bump which often happens few months after the storm, when rebuilding is at full speed.

So, Hurricane Harvey can end up being beneficial for the US economy in the form of construction spending, industrial production, and retail sales above the pre-disaster trend-lines over the next few quarters. Initial analysis of this disaster strike shows that the Harvey storm may end up being a good thing from a purely economic point of view. Experts say that the companies in the housing and construction sector could see the significant boost in the coming months.