But Indonesia is has had a lot of deforestation in recent years, and that is still on-going. Most of the tropical rainforest has been destroyed, and since trees, especially tall trees, are a major form of natural cloudbuster, acting as a conduit between earth and sky, equalizing charges and carrying energy, so much deforestation cannot help but be having a strong effect on the weather.
Even worse, most of the deforested land has been converted into rice paddies, which are stagnant water. And stagnant water will attract and hold DOR. So rice cultivation is a serious cause of DOR.
Indonesia is not too far from the American Navy base at Diego Garcia island in the Indian Ocea, and there is a large stockpile of nuclear warheads there, all armed and containing their polonium trigger assemblys, which are a potent source of oranur, and that must be affecting the weather over the whole region.
There are several US Navy ships in the area on permanent patrol to threaten China. But nuclear submarines and nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, some of which hold up to eight nuclear rteactors, must be a strong source of DOR and oranur.
And so are any other ships that are carrying armed nuclear missiles, even if the ships themselves are not nuclear powered.
All these ships are constantly moving around in the area, and call frequently at American allied ports in Singapore, Australia, and the Phillipines. American aircraft transporting nuclear weapons are also probably on regular patrols in the area, with or without the knowledge of the Indonesian government. And not all of them would necessarily be carrying military markings.
There has also been a lot of deforestation in the countries surrounding Indonesia, such as Malaysia, Papua-New Guinia, Thailand, and the Philipines.
Large dams on large streams are also a strong source of stagnation for the atmospheric energy field. Halting the flow of water will almost always cause a drought. And big impoundments of water behind a dam will be stagnant and a source of more DOR.
So it would not be at all surprising if the weather in Indonesia is damaged and on the ropes. In fact, with all that going on, it would be surprising if the weather was normal.
But now we can add in the testimony from my correspondent that there are several cloudbusters, or at least some form of cloudbuster, that he knows of, that are operating in that country. I gather that most of them are mock-ups and stage props of the kind promoted by Don Croft and his following, not real cloudbusters, but that does not mean we can rule out the possibility they can still have at least some harmfull effect on the weather, especially in an already damaged environment where the atmospheric energy is already weakened.
And if any of these people who are wielding them are really sincere about wanting to help the environment in Indonesia, instead of being mere power-drunkards, liking to play God with the weather, the best thing they could do with their time and energy would be to work on halting the deforestation underway in their country.
That would do a lot more good there than cloudbusting.