Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 13:28:20 -0500
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NATO changed climate in Serbia
By Vladimir Krsljanin, 14 March 2001
Two eminent experts from the University of Nis, Prof. Dr. Dimitrije Stefanovic from the Faculty of Electronics and Prof. Dr. Milovan Purenovic from the Department of Physics of the Faculty of nature & mathematics are contending that in the course of the air strikes against Yugoslavia a meteorological war took place.
In order to disperse the clouds and make possible clear air space for its bombers, NATO aircraft, by dropping special chemicals into atmosphere caused unprecedented droughts that may last several decades, even a hundred years, depending on global meteorological conditions.
"Thanks to the documents we have acquired and to our analyses, we are contending that use of chemical means in this areas started over Tuzla in 1994", two experts have said. Same happened again in April 1999 over FR of Yugoslavia, first above towns of Vrnjacka Banja, Trstenik and Kraljevo, and shortly later over Nis, and then above Negotin, Zajecar and Smederevo. On April 5th in the evening, skies over Nis were overcast, rain being expected any time. Then, after the air sortie, sky suddenly become red, clouds started swirling and disappeared and latter that night Nis was bombed. Same night town of Aleksinac suffered damage while same happened to Negotin and Prahovo next evening. Ever since in these areas there is a great, unprecedented drought, said Prof. Dr. Dimitrije Stefanovic, professor of the Faculty of Electronics of the University of Nis to the Belgrade daily "Politika".
In the region of southern Serbia, from Leskovac to Aleksinac, thus also over the Nis, on ten occasions use of termo - lighting bombs was registered. This bombs exploded in the atmosphere were rising the temperature to over 3.000 degrees centigrade. Shining light made possible to aircraft to "see" targets on the ground while consequences only have to be seen. Due to such programmed explosions taking place at the altitude between 2500 and 3000 meters, large quantities of energy were discharged causing shifting of layers of the atmosphere and strong winds. Thus, rain-bearing clouds rise to higher strata where get concentrated and, at the temperature of 10 degrees centigrade bellow zero, hailing is formed. If any precipitation occurs, it would be large hailing that destroys crops, said the Nis professors. That, unfortunately happened in May 1999 in the South Morava valley, near Leskovac.
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