Written and researched by Marcus Dorsum
To state the obvious, a lot of weird weather events have occurred in 2017.
Some believe that geoengineering is contributing to the strange weather, or even creating it. Videos like this have gotten hundreds of thousands of views, and many people are looking into the concept of weather warfare for the first time.
At this point, these topics are on the mind of a massive amount of people. A major wave of attention has been brought to them, and with that wave comes many different side effects.
You’ll notice that it is becoming necessary to wade through all kinds of info and misinformation to get to the raw facts.
One might find very intelligent, cohesive sounding people outright ignoring evidence. One might find very foolish sounding, non-cohesive people speaking actual facts about this type of thing. One might find very foolish sounding people speaking misinformation, or one might find very intelligent sounding people speaking purely factual, hard to believe information.
Those scenarios and everything in between is what you get when a massive amount of people start discussing any topic, especially one as controversial and complicated as geoengineering.
In other words: it’s a circus, and people are just going to have to deal with wading through all kinds of info to get to the truth. However, the truth is the truth regardless of who talks about it. If a fool speaks the truth, does it become untrue?
If people thought theorizing about geoengineered hurricanes was far out, a much stranger theory has begun to circulate.
People are theorizing about the possibility that the Northern California wildfires were engineered. Some are suggesting that perhaps a microwave weapon or device started the fires on purpose.
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1. Some people got heart palpitations from having their bodies charged.
2. MANY MANY people saw electrical flashes that made no thunder in perfectly clear blue sky, and worse, some people even saw small sparks everywhere in the air around them.
3. MOST DAMNING: People are reporting that their electronics malfunctioned before the fires hit, with the most pronounced and spoken about malfunction being at a hotel, where ALL of the electrical systems in the hotel malfunctioned, including the electronic access doors, forcing people to jump from windows (because they could not leave their rooms) to escape an approaching fire that instantly appeared out of nowhere in perfect weather.
Pictures are being posted, asking why a seemingly delicate plastic slide at a playground didn’t melt as other much less hardy things burned around it.
Pictures like this are being posted, wondering how the aluminum in cars could melt and houses could be turned to ash while nearby trees are unscathed.
At first, one might cringe at the sheer ridiculousness of how this all sounds. It definitely does sounds ridiculous: yes, a lot of people will immediately think something is a conspiracy before enough evidence can confirm it. But does that mean it isn’t a conspiracy, or, at the very least, incredibly strange?
I have no explanation for how a car can melt, as plastic playground equipment and trees remain unscathed. I don’t understand where the fire would have even come from if it didn’t come from the burning trees in some of these photos.
Either most people don’t know much about the way wildfires work and it’s more complicated than common sense can tell us, or something very strange is going on here.
It has been mentioned that the destruction of many California cannabis crops might be a motive for the creation of these fires. One headline from Business Insider reads “Marijuana could get more expensive after California wildfires wiped out a year’s supply of weed.”
What do you think is going on?