Weaponized Weather: Russia And North Korea Might Be Able To Control The Weather, CIA Allegedly Fears

Weaponized weather may sound like science fiction or a whacko conspiracy theory, but it is allegedly a real possibility. Russia and North Korea might be able to control the weather, according to alleged concerns by CIA officials in the geoengineering field. CIA staffers are reportedly fearful that "hostile nations" are attempting to "manipulate" weather around the globe.

Geoengineering techniques reportedly range from activities deemed "cloud seeding" to "shooting" mirrors into space. During cloud seeding, chemicals are sprayed by planes to trigger rain. Shooting mirrors into space could reportedly reflect sunlight and cool the Earth.

The CIA is also believed to have aided in funding a "major" geoengineering report. A U.S. National Academy of Sciences report published last week included the "US intelligence community" in its list of sponsors, along with other agencies, such as NASA.

A "mysterious phone call" posing a question about the ability of nations at odds with America being capable of "triggering" flooding and droughts, reportedly occurred, according to geoengineering academics. Professor Robock said the CIA had told one of his colleagues it wanted to fund the report, but apparently did not want this fact to be too obvious. A "leading academic" is now stating that he was on the receiving end of the phone call focused on foreign countries and their alleged ability to control the weather and manipulate flooding and droughts.

Rutgers University Professor Alan Robock commented on the issue.

"Consultants working for the CIA rang and said we'd like to know if someone is controlling the world's climate would we know about it. Of course they were also asking, if we control someone else's climate would they then know about it."
Professor Robock is one of many scientists actively researching the feasibility of manipulating the weather as a way of combating the alleged impact of climate change.
The geoengineering expert said that he told the voice on the other side of the phone that attempts to "meddle" with the weather on a "large scale" would be detectable. During an American Association for the Advancement of Science conference, Professor Robock reportedly stated that weather had been weaponized in the past.

Weaponized weather was used during the Vietnam War when United States scientists attempted to increase rainfall in order to hinder the progress of the enemy, according to the Rutgers University professor. The U.S. government reportedly sprayed "particle" into the clouds to make it rain. Cloud seeding over Cuba by the CIA was also allegedly used to generate rain and "ruin the sugar harvest," Robock added.

When asked how he felt about the mysterious phone call, allegedly from the CIA, professor Robock responded with a simple, one-word answer – "scared."

"I'd learned of lots of other things the CIA had done that haven't followed the rules and that wasn't how I wanted my tax money spent. I think this research has to be open and international, so there isn't any question of using it for hostile purposes. The CIA is a major funder of the National Academies report so that makes me really worried who is going to be in control."
Professor Robock is among a group of scientists that fear angst generated due to "large-scale meddling" with the weather could escalate tensions and turn into all-out war.

What to do you think about cloud seeding and the possibility of weaponized weather?

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