But the ongoing irritation of the atmosphere by the nearly-universal use of nuclear technology had already set the stage for a catastrophic deterioration of climatic stability, and any individual event only adds to an already immense problem that would grow worse every year even without any single nuclear facility experiencing trouble of a sort the operators of that facility would notice, since their normal operation is a problem.
Layered on top of the constant oranur assault on the integrity of the orgone envelope of the earth by nuclear reactors and their derivatives, including the existence of stockpiled nuclear weapons, even if never used, is the massive proliferation of cloudbusters in the hands of independent free-lance operators who have little or no understanding of the principles of orgone biophysics upon which atmospheric behavior depends.
These people often have not even bothered to read up on the science behind cloudbusting, but simply spin their own "theories" about everything without any evidence, and proceed to act on them without any regard for the public welfare.
That most of them rationalize their vandalism of the atmosphere by claiming they are trying to "save lives", or "prevent floods" or "end droughts" is no excuse. Such grandioise and self-agradizing claims are only too plainly a cover for authoritarian personalities to persue their goals of personal satisfaction and relieve the fellings of helplessness and inability to take control of one's own destiny that are the product of living in a modern mass civilization.
The drought in Texas is a case in point. Whatever the initial cause of the drought, and there is some room for speculation on that, given the amount of publicity cloudbusting has received over the internet in recent years, there is a distinct possibility that at least several, and probably many residents of Texas have already tried to end it with cloudbusters. Since the drought still goes on, anyone who has tried to end it with a cloudbuster obviously does not know how to use one.
But that plain observation does not prevent Jerry Decker, well-known invention and technology advocate, from posting details of how to build a cloudbuster on his website and urging everyone in Texas who reads his messages to build a cloudbuster and dash out and end the drought.
He is inciting them to break laws, since Texas has a law against weather modification without a permit, but Jerry seems oblivious to that detail, since it is other people, not himself, who would be held liable if anything went wrong with such a venture as he advocates. But the real issue, which he also seems determined to ignore, is, what makes him think nobody has already tried it?
And what makes him think none of the people who might have tried it has not made things worse? If an unknown number of people, none of them knowing of each other, and none of them knowing how to use a cloudbuster, all start pointing pipes at the sky in directions chosen at random, at randomly-chosen elevations, for random lengths of time, and probably many, maybe even most, of these Jerry-built cloudbusters not being grounded properly, the total product is not likely to be any better than the current drought. Indeed, it is almost sure to be worse.
A certain amount of DOR is natural, a normal product of the annual atmospheric metabolism. This year, there was more than usual because of the Japanese meltdown, but still probably within the limits of what the atmospheric processes could take care of. The atmosphere can usually metabolize the normal amount of DOR that builds up in a season. The annual hurricane season sweeps the accumulated DOR of late summer away, setting the satagnated energetic field back into motion.
If some power-happy vandal, armed with a cloudbuster and an invincible supply of ignorance were to convince himself he was "saving lives" by interfering with the normal Gulf hurricane season, that could be a major contrributing factor in the length of the drought which would otherwise have been terminated months ago by a hurricane, or possibly a series of them.
And if someone with a cloudbuster in the Southwest were to have followed the advice of Jerry Decker and did try to end the drought and did not know even so basic a technique as what direction to aim his cloudbuster, he might very well have triggered off the recent spate of high winds that swept out of the drought-stricken area with such drastic consequences, as reported in the article linked below.
So there is a distinct possibility that the unwelcome weather of the past year was at least partly due to cloudbusting by people who thought they were helping the situation, but through their ignorance made things worse.
It is way past time to call these people on their hubris. However they choose to present themselves, they simply have no right to do as they please with the atmosphere of the earth, and the lives of everyone around them.
Billion-dollar weather disasters smash US record - Yahoo! News
http://news.yahoo.com/billion-dollar-weather-disasters-smash-us-record-171523725.html America smashed the record for billion-dollar weather disasters this year with a deadly dozen, and counting.
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