drought going on in Australia. Some people are saying this is a great
oportunity for the Reichians to prove cloudbusting is effective. The
idea seems to be that the situation is so bad that the Australians
would be willing to pay for any proposal that offers a way out of the
problem, and that since the situation is so bad, if cloudbusting
could solve it, that would convince the skeptical that cloudbusting
with several people who have attempted to obtain funding from both
government and private sector sources in Australia for cloudbusting
work there. First, the only possible condition under which anyone
will even consider funding a cloudbusting project would be on a
contingency basis of payment only if it worked. That is perfectly
rational of them. But there is no possible way to tackle the drought
without a very substancial outlay of cash
up front for equipment and wages, so if there is no cash in advance,
it simply will not happen.
provide a convincing display of the effectiveness of cloudbusting the
results would have to be obtained within a short time. But to provide
a real solution to the drought it is not possible to do that. The
drought is not caused by a lack of rain. That is a symptom, not a
cause. If it were possible to "make rain" that would not only not end
the drought problem, it would likely make things worse. The drought
would go right on after the rain stopped falling. The rain would
simply make the dormant seeds in the soil sprout and they would then
die when the drought returned. The result would be that a drought-
stricken land that would have recovered when the drought ended would
now become a desert even if the rainfall returned to normal.
the moving energy field that sweeps around
the earth. In Australia, as in North America, the normal flow of the
energetic stream is from west to east across the continent. In
Australia there is no mountain range blocking inflow of moisture from
the Indian Ocean, but the interior of the country is dry. That means
there must be a DOR barrier along the western seaboard. There is a
DOR dome over the heart of Australia. That is of long standing,
thousands of years. Otherwise the natural flow would bring moisture
into the interior.
remove that DOR field from the west coast and from the interior both.
To remove DOR from the west coast only would not solve the problem
because then the moisture could flow only part way before running
into DOR again. There must first be a clear path for it to flow into.
In the current situation there is another problem. The entire world
is having a climate crisis due to the ever-increasing amounts of DOR
and oranur from the
nuclear/electromagnetic industry. In particular, the release of KR85
into the atmosphere, which collects at the polar regions and causes
tropical storms to move farther towards the poles that was formerly
the case. This brings tropical heat toward the poles and gives the
impression of "global warming". It also displaces climatic zones
toward the poles, bringing the earths' dry belts into temperate zone
regions which formerly were in the more moist belts outside the dry
belts. This is superimposed on the already DOR-obstructed flow of air
across Australia and "drought" is the result.
possible problem in the case of the current Australian drought spell.
I have not looked at the weather maps yet, but if the weather maps
show that the lack of rainfall extends far out to sea off the west
coast of Australia, out over the Indian Ocean, then the problem is
not in Australia and cannot be solved by cloudbusting from Australia.
I suspect that a build-up of
nuclear weapons on the Naval base on the Indian Ocean island of
Diego Garcia may be causing a DOR field that is obstructing the flow
of energetic pulsation past the island and on to Australia.
weapons in readiness to fire contain polonium, 4,000 times as intensely
radioactive as uranium or plutonium, and have been known to cause
detectable oranur effects hundreds of miles away BEFORE THE BOMBS ARE
DETONATED. If there has been such a build-up of nuclear weapons at
that U.S. naval base, that would probably account for much, if not
all, of the present drought in Australia.
pointless to deploy cloudbusters in Australia to combat the drought.
In fact, the only predictable result of a highly-publicized attempt
to "make rain" by cloudbusting would be to provide more ammunition to
the skeptics by proving to them that cloudbusting does not work.
Cloudbusting cannot and SHOULD NOT be used to "make rain"; it CAN and
SHOULD be used to heal a sick and damaged
atmosphere and restore a stagnated atmospheric energy field to
normal pulsation. If that is done, rain will happen on its' own.
Nobody has to "make" it.
restore the normal atmospheric pulsation of Australia would require
several years of work. Nobody is going to be convinced you have a
method that works if it takes several years to obtain results. They
will say it would have rained anyway. It might indeed rain without
any intervention by cloudbusting. But rain, however welcome, will not
end the drought. It will only be a temporary respite from the real
problem, which is not the lack of rain, but the underlying DOR
conditions that cause the lack of rain.