Adams said Hurricane Ian's movement was "not natural looking" as it entered the southwestern part of Florida, stopped, turned east and headed north. Hurricane Ian may have been weaponized.
Wigington said frequency transmissions can be used to repel the storm in different directions, and that is how it is steered or maneuvered. The founder and lead researcher of GeoEngineeringWatch.org added that the same thing happens with other storms such as Hurricane Sandy, which climate engineers knew a week in advance was going to make an unprecedented left-westerly turn.
The geoengineering expert and executive producer of climate engineering documentary film "The Dimming" noted that storms can be easily manipulated these days.
"In the case of Hurricane Ian, it was just a drifting mass of unorganized convection and that makes the storm much easier for them to steer until it gets closer to the land-based transmitters. So, until it got south of Cuba, it basically was completely unorganized," Wigington explained.
"And then with ionosphere heaters, they can affect the convection that allows the storm to start forming and strengthening, which it did right before it hit Cuba as it migrated northward by the southern end of Florida. The transmitter in Key West is part of the Next Red Transmitter Network.
"When they saturate the air mass full of electrically conductive particles, that's part of climate engineering. Those particles can be moved and repelled by the transmissions if you're repelling the particles that are saturating that air mass.
"Repel the air mass, you'll repel the storm. And they can maneuver those storms, steer them where they want to go. They deenergize the transmitters on the side that they want the storm to migrate to, so they are not being repelled."
Adams noted that with the measured transmission of the repelling force, climate engineers can freeze the movement of a storm, let it hover and stay over a certain area while dropping an enormous amount of rain. Wigington said that was what they did in the case of Hurricane Harvey, which dropped a massive amount of rain in Texas.
Adams related that Hurricane Ian devastated Central Florida, affecting a company producing 50 percent of the pelletized phosphate fertilizer for North America and 12 percent of the phosphate fertilizers for the world.
According to Wigington, vapor pressure deficit or VPD is a massive factor that is stunting the growth of trees and crops. He noted that climate change groups and narratives have failed to address climate intervention.
Wigington went on to say that geoengineering is the single most destructive human activity of all, and the greatest and most immediate threat humanity is collectively facing. (Related: The Dr. Ardis Show: Geoengineering expert Dane Wigington says climate engineering is the single most destructive human activity – Brighteon.TV.)
"People are inhaling the elements coming down in precipitation such as nontoxic elements along with aluminum, barium, strontium, manganese, polymer fibers and graphene," Wigington said. "Polymer fibers and graphene are capable of acting as biological carriers to disperse a pathogen from the cloud to the ground and these are some of the threats that are contained in what is happening in the skies."
Adams pointed out that the weaponization of the weather system has led to civilian infrastructure being targeted, causing mass starvation and famine in some parts of the world.
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