Hurricane Aerosol and Microphysics Program (HAMP) – DHS funded research Finds Black Carbon could intensify Hurricanes
Submitted by Harold Saive
Statistics on hurricane frequency doesn’t rule out the covert attempt to manipulate the intensity and steerage of hurricanes that form, whether naturally or boosted by technological intervention. No claim has been made, or needs to be made, that hurricane frequency has increased or decreased, however, there is robust evidence that most hurricanes affecting the US involve deliberate deployment of aerosols that alter the storm’s microphysics.
Microwave or laser satellite technology is documented to exist in US patents even if secrecy makes it difficult to demonstrate it’s actual use to enhance the effect of CCN deployment whether electrically conductive or not.
Dane Wigington at Geoengineering Watch explains how electrically conductive aerosols can react to NEXRAD’s electromagnetic propagation to steer and alter IAN. – https://youtu.be/2jzwaBhkeOk
Also, the Hurricane Aerosol Microphysics Program (HAMP) was DHS funded research project. On page 11 of the final report they claim it was discovered that black carbon aerosols could intensify a hurricane. – https://tinyurl.com/4bx7mdkv
“This quantification also indicates a somewhat surprising result that strongly absorbing aerosols such as black carbon might have invigoration effects on TCs.” (Page 11)