#Oklahoma 2 EF-5 #Tornadoes in 11 days – Phased Array Radar

Since the year 1905 to present [2013], there have been 11 F-5 and 3 EF-5 [since the Enhanced Fujita Scale was adopted by the National Weather Service in 2007] Tornadoes in Oklahoma.

In the last 2 years [ May 2011 to May 2013 ] there have been 3 EF-5 tornadoes in Oklahoma. Before then, the last F-5 tornado was on May 3 1999. There was a gap between 1999 and 2010 where NO F-5 / EF-5 were recorded.

What are the odds that 3 of the strongest tornadoes, including the largest tornado in recorded history, have hit this area in the past 2 years, with the last F-5 / EF-5 being 12 years prior ? 2 of these were within 11 days of each in 2013.

The same can be said of F-4 and EF-4 tornadoes in Oklahoma. Going back to May 3 1999 through November 7 2011 [ the last F-4/EF-4], there have been 9 EF-4 Tornadoes in Oklahoma. There was a gap between 1999 and 2002 where NO F-4/EF-4 were recorded.

There have been 60[sixty] F-5 / EF-5 tornadoes from 1950 to present. I’m very aware of how many tornadoes strike in the US every year. That’s why this is doesn’t make natural sense to me.

So what am I getting at here ?

We know that ‘the powers that be’ manipulate the weather. In many instances in the past they’ve told us this. But much like ‘Big Brother is Watching’ [recent news], many do not believe it. I guess the reason is, there is yet to be a Whistleblower on weather modification. I know there have been some in the past, but they were disregarded or labeled as conspiracy theorists. Imagine that !

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In the year 2000, the United States Navy loaned one of their ‘phased array antenna’ to the National Weather Service [ Navy ships originally used AEGIS phased array radar (called SPY-1) technology to protect naval battle groups from missile threats.].

The Phased Array Radar was set up in Norman, Oklahoma and became operational in September 2003. The first data collected was in May 2004. They say it uses 750 KW of power or about as much as 100 residential homes (3000 ft) with AC running. The range of it is 240 miles.

Now if you’ll recall what I said above, There was a gap between 1999 and 2010 where NO F-5 / EF-5 were recorded and then 3 of the strongest tornadoes, including the largest tornado in recorded history, have hit in the past 2 years …. AND … There was a gap between 1999 and 2002 where NO F-4/EF-4 were recorded. .. It seems this area has become quite active since the ‘phased array antenna’ became operational in 2003

So they set up this radar and have been testing it since 2003. In the last 2 years it seems they’ve ramped it up, I guess to see if they could make the most destructive force on the planet short of military action. The saddest part is, this weapon of mass weather modification is aimed at the people of the USA.

Click images below for animation [gif files]

Phased Array Radar May 20 2013 Moore, Oklahoma EF-5

Phased Array Radar May 20 2013 Moore, Oklahoma EF-5

Phased Array Radar May 31 2013 ElReno, Oklahoma EF-5

Phased Array Radar May 31 2013 ElReno, Oklahoma EF-5

One of the most intriguing / coincidental aspects about this new Phased Array Radar system is this. And quote – “More than 350 FAA radars and by 2025, nearly 150 of the nation’s Doppler weather radars will need to be either replaced or have their service life extended.” – end quote. … Why you ask ? Because in August 1996 a research paper was presented to the United States Airforce titled, Weather as a Force Multiplier:
Owning the Weather in 2025
Hmmm 2025 seems to be on track.

What I’m getting at here is this seems like a co-inky-dink! Of course we all know there is no such thing as a coincidence when it comes to the ‘powers that be’.

I have been aware of the Research paper Weather as a Force Multiplier:
Owning the Weather in 2025
for many years. Some of you newcomers may not, so here is the link via fas.org [Federation of American Scientists] – http://www.fas.org/spp/military/docops/usaf/2025/v3c15/v3c15-1.htm

In Memory of Dr. Doug

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