ATLANTIC OCEAN—On April 13th of this year, the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS) caught something unusual on the Morphed Integrated Microwave Imagery (MIMIC). The video captured what appears to be weather modification. It happened so fast it left the public asking, “What just happened?”
The satellite image captured micro waves being projected into an approaching weather front. The waves condensed the clouds into the Alto-cumulus formation similar to the formations caused by HAARP. Then in a flash, a spear shaped anomaly penetrated the middle of the Alto-cumulus formation, causing the weather front to spin.
The video was captured by weather watcher from all over the United States. When CIMSS officials were questioned about the strange pattern, they replied it was possibly a glitch in the software. The footage was removed from their website, and the footage of the front before, and after the anomaly replaced the original footage. The change in the weather patterns can clearly be seen by the most novice weather watchers.
What was most interesting is how the lower oceanic weather was affected by the change in this weather front. As the clouds separated they came back together in a similar spin pattern. This spin pattern was not as severe as the norther front, but it does show how modifying the weather in any region can affect the weather in other regions.
It is a well-known secret that weather modification has been going on for decades, but this was the first time the public has been able to witness the process.