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Hurricane RitaI know this doesn’t help the people on the ground, the millions affected by mother natures wrath, but are the huge tropical storms and hurricanes affecting the US and other countries around the world as innocent as we are lead to believe? Or is there something else going on?

There were plenty of rumors and conspiracies flying around after Hurricane Katrina ripped up through the Gulf Coast, devastating New Orleans and the surrounding area. And now with Hurricane Rita (now a category 5 hurricane) heading for the coast of Texas, people seem to be jumping up and down and saying this is not just a naturally caused storm

For instance, Meteorologist Scott Stevens, a nine-year veteran of KPVI-TV in Pocatello says Japan’s Yakuza mafia used a Russian-made electromagnetic generator to cause Hurricane Katrina in a bid to avenge itself for the Hiroshima atom bomb attack! You may laugh, but this guy is serious, and he thinks that this technology will soon be wielded again to hit another U.S. city.

Stevens is among several people to offer alternative and generally discounted theories for the storm that flooded New Orleans, and says a little-known oversight in physical laws makes it possible to create and control storms — especially if you’re armed with the Cold War-era weapon said to have been made by the Russians in 1976.

Stevens became convinced of the existence of the Russian device when he observed an unusual Montana cold front in 2004. Read the whole Scott Stevens article on USA Today here. Now, I’m not saying there’s a weather controlling terrorist group out there, but I do believe it’s possible to build a devise to help clear clouds, it’s called a Cloudbuster, and the idea has been around for years. So if it’s (in theory) possible to clear clouds, couldn’t there be a way to make them as well? Anythings possible… right?

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In the late 80s I started investigating UFOs and crop circles and joined the CCCS (Centre for Crop Circle Studies) and a local group researching strange sightings and reports along the south coast of Dorset (UK). In the early ’90s I started my own research group called SPS (Strange Phenomena Studies), this was renamed in 2004 to Cryptoworld.

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