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CIA finds out whether Russia can cause rain to harm the United States - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 17 February 2015 08:24

The CIA is concerned about the possibility of Russia to arrange extreme weather events, and thus cause damage to the United States or any other country. "If it seems that rain never ends, the blame must be Russian," with a phrase in the preface Daily Mail tells of a meeting of employees of Central Intelligence from Professor Alan Robock, an expert on the "climate of weapons."
At the level of the history of rumors that Moscow is the strongest tornadoes in the United States, and Washington in response to constantly "shakes" the Caucasus, Central Asia and Kamchatka went to a few decades ago. Indeed, if someone can not send an army, not drop bombs, but by acting on natural resources, weather and climate cause destruction of the enemy, man-made disasters?

In fact, as long as none of the scientists did not confirm that it is possible to influence the synoptic objects the size of a thoUSAnd kilometers with the predictable effect. However, the work carried out over such weapons. It is known that the United States itself during the war in Vietnam could cause heavy rains, to incapacitate "Ho Chi Minh Trail." However, having spent a significant amount of very expensive silver iodide effect they have received short-term.

There were also rumors that the US was summoned in 2010 in Moscow and the region record high temperature. Some media mentioned the American system of ionospheric research HAARP, which allegedly involved and climatic weapons. However, scientists say that these suspicions are unlikely to have any serious grounds, because the heat and then stood over Europe, and before that in 1972 in Moscow was the same anomaly and while no stations ionospheric research was not yet.

However, as reported by RT referring to the publication in the Daily Mail, the CIA contacted the American professor Alan Robock to know whether scientists reveal facts impact on weather from other countries. According to the British newspaper, the CIA tried to find out whether the US track down these steps.


Professor Alan Robock of Rutgers University said that any attempt to influence the weather on a global scale will not go unnoticed. Professor remembered that just the US has already used some of the technology in practice, particularly in Vietnam, as well as in Cuba, where they tried to destroy the sugar cane harvest.

Roebuck said that he did not want to see his taxes to go to such events. "I think that the research in this area should be open and international, to avoid any issues with a view to their use of aggression", - said the professor.

He also believes that attempts to control the world's climate unilaterally could lead to war. "If a country wants to change the climate in a certain way, and the other country does not want it. If they start to shoot down planes ... if there is no agreement in this area, this situation could have dire consequences, "- said Alan Roebuck.


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