Meteorological war

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Washington's new-world-order weapons have the ability to trigger climate change
By Michel Chossudovsky, 8 December 2000. US military scientists are working on weather systems as a potential weapon. The methods include the enhancing of storms and the diverting of vapor rivers in the Earth's atmosphere to produce targeted droughts or floods.
NATO changed climate in Serbia
By Vladimir Krsljanin, 14 March 2001. Two eminent experts contend that in the course of the air strikes against Yugoslavia a meteorological war took place. In order to disperse the clouds for a clear air space for its bombers, NATO dropped chemicals into the atmosphere that will cause droughts that may last several decades, even a hundred years.
Aerosol and electromagnetic weapons in the age of nuclear wars
By Amy Worthington, Centre for Research on Globalization, 1 June 2004. North America is now suffering its seventh year of conspicuous and dangerous aerosol and electromagnetic operations conducted by the U.S. government under the guise of national security.