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While the debate rages regarding whether or not the U.S. government
uses weather manipulation technology to steer storms like Hurricane
Sandy, further evidence shows the Department of Homeland Security
(DHS) has been engaged in research to do just that for years.
In 2008, an article in New Scientist discussed a new DHS project that
funded research into guiding and directing the intensity of
Citing Hurricane Katrina as the basis for the project, the Hurricane
Aerosol and Microphysics Program (HAMP) worked with Project Stormfury
veteran Joe Golden and a panel of other experts “to test the effects
of aerosols on the structure and intensity of hurricanes.” HAMP was
funded under contract HSHQDC-09-C-00064 at a taxpayer price tag of
In 2009, Richard Spinrad, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration’s (NOAA) assistant administrator for the Office of
Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR), sent then DHS Program Manager
for Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA) William Laska an
official memorandum regarding OAR’s review of a “Statement for Work”
“While OAR recognizes that weather modification, in general, is
occurring through the funding of private enterprises, NOAA does not
support research that entails efforts to modify hurricanes,” Spinrad
He then went on to list all the reasons Project Stormfury was
discontinued, including the inability to separate the difference in
hurricane behavior when human intervention is present versus nature’s
inherent unpredictability overall. Spinrad also noted that any
collaboration with DHS must occur within NOAA’s mission (which Spinrad
and NOAA obviously felt HAMP did not do).
NOAA houses the National Hurricane Center, the primary U.S.
organization responsible for tracking and predicting hurricanes.
Recent budget cuts are expected to hit NOAA’s satellite program, the
heart of the organization’s weather forecasting system, by $182
Note that even Spinrad admits the existence of weather modification
programs as if its general, accepted knowledge. Although DHS was
turned down, the agency moved ahead with their research without NOAA’s
A paper co-written by several participants in the HAMP project
including Joe Golden entitled, “Aerosol Effects and Microstructure on
the Intensity of Tropical Cyclones,” was released in the July 2012
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. In conclusion, the
authors wrote, “We recommend that hurricane reconnaissance and
research airplanes are equipped with aerosol and cloud physics
instruments and fly patterns that will allow such measurements.” Drone
use in “areas where safety concerns preclude aircraft measurements”
was also called for.
The spraying of aerosols into the air, otherwise known by the monicker
“chemtrails,” is promoted under the guise of geoengineering with a
surface excuse to halt global warming. The practice has been openly
called for more and more recently, although the chemtrail phenomenon
has already been reported across the globe for years now. In the
Environmental Research Letters journal, scientists’ most recent
geoengineering proposal detailed an “affordable” $5 billion project
wherein airplanes will spray sulfur particles in the atmosphere to
cool the planet.
In HAMP’s final report, authors concluded, “Pollution aerosols reduced
the cloud drop size and suppressed the warm rain forming processes in
the external spiral cloud bands of the storms.” It was also mentioned,
“During the past decade it was found that aerosols (including
anthropogenic ones) substantially affect cloud microphysics,” proving
deliberate chemtrailing has been occurring for at least the past ten
Though the paper was labeled “final report,” further journal articles
regarding HAMP have been released, and the HAMP project was reportedly
not scheduled to end until 2016.
The question remains: With its bizarre combination of elements, was
deliberate manipulation through HAMP research at play in Hurricane