7/25/2014 — Man Made Tornado forms over Virginia Air Force Base RADARs — Kills several campers

How many times is too many times before people realize HF (high frequency) RADAR, as well as VHF, and UHF systems — are inducing / causing severe weather ?

Chesapeake Bay Virginia is the most recent example of a RADAR induced rotation.

A man made tornado formed (as all the others previously) directly in the vicinity of multiple high power RADAR systems. The tornado, after forming, proceeded to head Northeast from the station, and cause severe damage.

virginia tornado langley afb july 24 214

Main stream news reports here:


“CAPE CHARLES, Va. (WNEW/AP) — An F1 tornado toppled trees and flipped campers at a Virginia campground Thursday, killing two people and sending at least 33 more to area hospitals, officials said.

The storm slammed into the Cherrystone Family Camping & RV Resort, which sits on 300 acres on the Chesapeake Bay in rural Northampton County.

“I love thunderstorms and I went out to see it,” said Albert Thorn, of Monroeville, New Jersey. “There was a wall of grey — wind and rain. It was coming through the trees right at us. By then, we shut the sliding door and it was pounding them windows like you couldn’t believe. You could hear people screaming before it even got to us.”

When the tornado hit about 9 a.m., more than 1,300 people were at the campground which features swimming pools, mini-golf, pier fishing, crabbing and other activities.

Hospitals prepared for mass casualties, but they did not come. Injuries ranged from cuts to broken bones to life threatening, said Virginia State Police Spokeswoman Corinne Geller.

“All hell broke loose,” said Joe Colony, a Stephensville, Maryland, resident who has been coming to the campground for 30 years. “We got an emergency message on a cellphone and within 30 seconds, the thing hit and it blew down 40, 50 trees in the park.”

Geller said in a press conference Thursday afternoon that a husband and wife, identified as Lord Balatbat and Lolabeth Ortega of Jersey City, New Jersey, were killed when a tree crushed their tent. Their son, who was in another nearby tent, was injured. The boy was taken to Children’s Hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Larry LeMond, chairman of the Northampton County Board of Supervisors, said a local high school would be used as a shelter for those who had nowhere else to go. Churches and other groups donated food and clothing. Weekends would typically draw 2,000 people to the campground, he said.

“In the summertime, it’s the biggest town on the shore,” LeMond said.

The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for the area about the time it struck. Many at the park said they had only a few minutes of warning.

“The people who were in their tents had no chance to get out of their tents to go for shelter,” said Tori Thomas, of Monroeville, New Jersey, who was staying in a cottage with her two children, ages 1 and 3.

Joe Micucci said he and his wife rode out the storm in their camper as softball-sized hail fell.

“We saw at least five (campers) that were flipped over. One was completely gone and only had its wheels left,” said Micucci, of Washington Township, New Jersey.

Eastville volunteer firefighter Brittney Eder said she left the campground before the full force of the storm hit.

“It came in real quick,” she said. “The sky turned jet black.”

Eder said she left the campground before the full force of the storm hit. Eder’s father, Fire Chief David Eder, told her from the scene that the storm downed trees and flipped at least two campers.

Brian Coy, a spokesman for Gov. Terry McAuliffe, said the administration was closely monitoring the situation and had received reports of severe damage at the campground with trees on top of campers.

Peter Glagola, spokesman for Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital, said the hospital treated more than two dozen people. One patient in critical condition was flown to VCU Medical Center in Richmond, he said. Most at Riverside had been released, according to state police.

The Coast Guard said good Samaritans pulled at least three people from the water.”


As it turns out, the campground which was hit, is on the edge of multiple RADAR systems associated with monitoring of Ocean currents / height,  ROTHR RADAR to the South, and finally, Fleet area control RADAR at Oceana Air station.

oceana air station radar

The ROTHR RADAR system was taken over (managed by) Raytheon:



Microwave RADARs are confirmed tornado magnets.  Microwaves are proved to be tornadic vortex generators.

The Weather Channel explains how microwaves can induce a tornadoes rotation:

How does RADAR induce vortex rotation, and precipitation (CCN generation)?

Full explanation here:


Summary of the above link is below:

Literally, the process can be reduced and described as such……radio frequency heating from a ground based station, which strips electrons from the atmosphere, causing CCN (cloud condensation nuclei) the precursor to rain.

It happens quite simply , as seen this past week, when two RADAR stations have overlapping coverages, a “scalar resonance” effect takes place between the two stations.

These examples below ALL HAPPENED SIMULTANEOUSLY across the United States, above multiple RADAR stations at the same time, each storm developed out of nothing directly over the RADAR locations.

missouri microwave nexrad radar weathermod may 23 2014
Above: Missouri (springfield and kansas city) . Kansas City has storms directly over the center of the NEXRAD RADAR, the opposing / interacting RADAR out of Springfield has storm develop instantly along the perimeters of the station, 50nm and 100nm with the storms even TAKING THE SHAPE of the circular perimeter of the RADAR itself. Not a glitch or an artifact, the precipitation totals show the perfect circular curvature of the rotating NEXRAD RADAR station.

At the same time the above in Missouri occurred, the example below shows what happened simultaneously at the RADAR stations in Kansas .  Same exact situation occurred.

One station has storms form along the perimeter of the RADAR station, again TAKING THE SHAPE of the RADAR’s rotating curvature, and the opposing interacting station having storms develop DIRECTLY over the NEXRAD RADAR station.

kansas microwave nexrad radar weathermod may 23 2014

Again, you might ask, how is this occurring?

Simply put, one station interferes with the other, causing small ions to form as the intersecting radio frequencies strip electrons from the atmosphere.  The electrons are the precursor to plasma / lightning.  Their magnetic charge attracts molecules of H2O, forming rain, and sometimes forming plasma / lightning which is visible.

Michio Kaku explains how the physics of the process works here:

Here is a 4 part video explanation:


Here is a breakdown of the information in a short video:


Here are several past examples of this happening here in my home town of St. Louis Missouri.  Tornadoes forming over the NEXRAD RADAR in Weldon Springs, then traveling directly over the Air Force RADAR in Maryland Heights, then going to the Airport TDWR in Hazelwood.

Has happened several times in the past 2 years.




Here are over 150 different examples from across the United States, and even in other countries (Germany , and Australia):


A few more examples below….

Dover Delaware, experienced a RADAR pulse event, 12 hours later a tornado warning issued directly over the Air Force Base which emitted the RADAR pulse.  This happened THREE times over 1  year now.

Dover Air Force Base RADAR pulse:

dover afb haarp ring final june 28 2013

(Below) Dover Air Force base is the only area to get a tornado warning issued 12 hours after the pulse, the direct epicenter of the RADAR event no less.

dover delaware june 28 2013 dover tornado warning june 28 2013

The SECOND time this occurred at Dover Delaware was just a few weeks ago (May 2014).

This time, a targeted pulse was emitted towards Washington DC. Followed by a SINGLE tornado warning issued directly over the area which was pulsed 48 hours later.


pulse haarp ring confirmation may 16 2014

Example from Key West Florida — South Florida is not normally tornado prone in Mid-October.

On October 17 2011, A large RADAR pulse appeared from the Naval Air Station, followed by a tornado coming to hit the Naval Air Station @ the center of the pulsed area !

double flash radar rings florida and oklahoma oct 17 2011

(Below) Tornado hits the center of the above pulse several hours later (going into the next day).  Hail / damaging winds / possible tornado detected directly over the previously pulsed epicenter.

Key West Florida Possible tornado detected october 17 2011 haarp ring forecasted


Example from Reno Nevada.  RADAR pulse / “HAARP ring” produces hail returns across the entire state of Nevada all at one time, real time , seen on multiple systems.





7/25/2014 — Colorado Judge permits earthquakes to resume – 200+ frack quakes @ 10,800 ft well in North CO

A new study released by scientists from University of Colorado in Boulder reveals startling new facts about how far fracking earthquakes can occur from their injection well head point.

In Longmont / Greeley Colorado, over TWO HUNDRED different earthquakes occurring at a depth of at least 10,800 feet, up to 2 miles away from the fracking operation.

Longmont fracking


As you may know (if you’ve been following the fracking earthquake developments over the past several years), fracking earthquake are spreading across wider areas, happening deeper in the crust, and growing in magnitude.

On top of this new finding, we have come to find out that yesterday, a Judge in Colorado OVERTURNED THE FRACKING BAN passed by the people of Colorado.




Corporate corruption allowed by what I would call a payoff / false ruling from a person who has either been paid or threatened to make this ruling.

Graft, and greed making their way into Colorado’s law making system.

The people voted on a gas extraction process, the judge thinks their take on the law TRUMPS the voters…. lolol..

Hope a big one hits near the judges house in the middle of the night , and I hope their house is on a slope, or at the bottom of a large hill with loose boulders.

:)  Hope they get the feel mother natures response to their corrupt ruling while their in bed at home.

fracking causes earthquakes


Judge says Earthquakes are “ok”.

We’ll see how long that lasts, most likely we’ll have to wait until a few more people are killed.  This year, only 3 people killed in Colorado due to fracking.

Wait until its a family , or a child.  Then we can blame this judge. Until then.  Hope the people do something in Colorado to fight this corruption.


Above: August 10th – 24th, 2011 — multiple large fracking earthquakes struck in Colorado, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Virginia. Causing damage to the East coast of the United States, and damage at houses across the midwest

First the new study linking over two hundred 10,000+ ft. deep earthquakes to a Greeley, Colorado frack well.


“GREELEY – A 10,800-foot-deep well into which NGL Water Solutions DJ LLC injected oil and natural-gas wastewater is linked to more than 200 earthquakes, a University of Colorado Boulder scientist said.

CU scientists detected the earthquakes with equipment in June after a quake in Greeley in May, said Anne Sheehan, geophysics professor in the Department of Geological Sciences and fellow in the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science.

The team found “quite a few little earthquakes” with epicenters within about two miles of the well, she said.

The wastewater-injection well is the subject of a Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission investigation into whether NGL Water Solutions violated the terms of its permit related to the volume of wastewater injected by the company.

“We are reviewing documents to determine whether the well was operated within permit guidelines,” Colorado Department of Natural Resources spokesman Todd Hartman said in an email.

The state oil commission in July let NGL resume activity at the well with some restrictions after ordering the company to temporarily suspend injection activity when two earthquakes shook the Greeley area in May and June. The May 31 earthquake, with a 3.2 magnitude, was felt even in Boulder, Sheehan said.

NGL Water Solutions, formerly High Sierra Water Services LLC, operates 11 of the 29 injection wells in Weld County. The injection wells are designated specifically for wastewater and regulated by state authorities. NGL Water Solutions also does some oil and gas wastewater recycling.

The investigation comes two months after the state said that it planned to join a 10-state working group to investigate whether wastewater disposal associated with fracking is linked to quakes. The working group followed a rash of tremors in Oklahoma.

At the time, a petroleum engineer for the state oil commission told BizWest that he considered the potential of earthquakes caused by Colorado’s injection wells as “very low.”

Earthquakes associated with wastewater injection are nothing new in Colorado. From 1963 to 1967, a series of earthquakes occurred when wastewater was disposed of in a 12,000-foot-deep well at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, northeast of Denver. The quakes, the earliest known underground wastewater disposal-related tremors, stopped in 1968 after the Army slowly removed wastewater from the well.

Earthquakes at Rocky Mountain Arsenal came before the state developed regulations on injecting wastewater underground. Much of the research done on the subject since then has been conducted in Colorado and has helped the state develop a better understanding of how to reduce human-caused earthquakes.

Wastewater injection from coal-bed methane production in the Raton Basin west of Trinidad may have caused multiple earthquakes during the past few years, including a 5.3-magnitude tremor in August 2011, Robert Williams, a geophysicist for the U.S. Geological Survey’s Earthquake Hazards Program, told BizWest recently.

In Northern Colorado, the drilling technique known as hydraulic fracturing generates enormous amounts of wastewater that oil companies typically inject thousands of feet underground. Fracking involves pumping millions of gallons of water mixed with sand and chemicals into a drilled hole to extract oil and gas from dense shale formations.

Before the recent quakes in the Greeley area, state and federal officials were seemingly unaware of earthquakes taking place in Northern Colorado even as it planned to join the national working group.

“There’s not much of an update for us to give here,” Lepore, the state oil commission director, told BizWest just weeks before the May earthquake in Greeley. “We have a fairly detailed program, and if other states don’t have that, we obviously would want to share that sort of information with them.”

Lepore had said it was too early to tell whether the working group would lead to new state regulations on deep-injection wells.

CU scientists Shemin Ge and Matthew Weingarten found that a massive increase in earthquakes in central Oklahoma likely came from the injection of vast amounts of oil and gas wastewater underground.

Earthquakes linked to injection wells used to dispose of fracking wastewater represent one of the primary challenges of unconventional oil and gas development, Ge said. Practices that could reduce quakes include avoiding injecting water at high rates, avoiding faults and closely monitoring pressure changes.

“Before permitting, thorough site-specific hydrogeological studies should be conducted,” she said.

NGL not only operates more than a third of the injection wells but also recycles oil and gas wastewater in Colorado and Wyoming. In Wyoming, for example, the company told BizWest last year that it operated a water-treatment facility that has recycled more than 32 million barrels of water and discharged more than 5 million barrels of highly treated water into the New Fork River, a tributary of the Green and Colorado rivers. The water recycling, however, represented only 5 percent of the company’s business, with most of its revenues stemming from its injection-well activity.

greeley colorado fracking earthquake may 31 2014
Above: May 31, 2014 — Diagram of a recent Greeley, Colorado earthquake along with where it occurred in relation to the fracking wells, as you can see, the earthquake occurred miles beneath the injection well operation.

Doug White, senior vice president of NGL Water Solutions, did not respond to a request for comment. White also declined to comment for a previous story on the injection well. Hartman declined BizWest’s requests for an interview with Lepore on the investigation.

The state oil commission imposed restrictions on NGL’s continued operations of the well, reducing the volume of wastewater to a maximum rate of 5,000 barrels daily with a maximum pressure of slightly more than 1,500 pounds per square inch. After 20 days, the company could increase its injection rate to 7,500 barrels per day at the same pressure.

NGL’s state oil commission permit had allowed the company to inject slightly more than 1,500 pounds per square inch, but at a higher rate of 10,000 barrels per day.

Hartman said the oil commission believes that the problem is confined to the NGL injection well and not widespread among other wells.

“We’ll continue to closely monitor and accumulate all available information at this location,” he said, “and work with partners to continue understanding how best to limit and prevent potential seismic impacts related to deep injection generally.”



More on the Judge overturning the fracking ban in Greeley, Colorado.


A fracking ban in the city of Longmont, Colorado, was thrown out by a judge amid petition drives to hold a statewide vote in November on restricting oil and gas drilling that generate $30 billion a year.

The debate over fracking, in which water, chemicals and sand are injected below ground to extract oil and gas from sand and shale formations, has escalated in Colorado as drilling moves closer to suburbs, raising concerns about water and air contamination. Five communities in the state have voted to ban or put a moratorium on such activity.

Judge Dolores Mallard yesterday granted a request by the Colorado Oil & Gas Association to overturn a voter-approved ban on the use of fracking. Mallard rejected Longmont’s argument that the ban is legitimate because the fracking amounts to a purely local matter.

“The judge has invited us to seek the change we need either through the higher courts or the legislature,” Bruce Baizel, director of Earthworks Energy Program, a group that supported the ban, said in an e-mailed statement. “We fully intend to pursue the former on appeal while the latter underscores the need for the citizens of Colorado to get out and support the Environmental Bill of Rights ballot measure this fall.”

Mallard ruled that Longmont can’t override the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. She also overturned a ban on the storage and disposal of fracking waste within city limits.

‘State Interest’

“The court finds the matter of mixed local and state interest,” Mallard wrote in her opinion. “Longmont does not have the authority, in a matter of mixed state and local concern, to negate the authority of the Commission,” she wrote, adding that the city “does not have the authority to prohibit what the state authorizes and permits.”

Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers, a Republican, said in an e-mailed statement yesterday that Mallard got the ruling “right.”

Mallard stayed her ruling to give environmental groups a chance to appeal it.

Kaye Fissinger, president of one of those groups, Our Health, Our Future, Our Longmont, said the ruling is the first to overturn a local fracking ban in the state.

‘It’s Tragic’

“It’s tragic that the judge views the current law in Colorado as one in which fracking is more important than public health,” Fissinger said in an e-mailed statement. “Reversing that backwards priority is a long-term battle that we’re determined to continue.”

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, and business leaders have vowed to defeat ballot initiative proposals that would amend the state constitution to require wells to be set back 2,000 feet from structures and provide communities with more control over where drilling takes place.

U.S. Representative Jared Polis, a Democrat from Boulder who is backing the initiative requiring 2,000 feet of space, has said it’s now up to the people of Colorado to address the fracking issue. Supporters of the initiative must turn in 86,105 valid signatures of registered voters by Aug. 4 to place the measures on the Nov. 4 ballot.

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (APC:US), Whiting Petroleum Corp. (WLL:US) and Encana Corp. (ECA:US), which are drilling in the Denver-Julesburg Basin, one of the nation’s richest oil and gas fields, said on July 16 they will spend $50 million to fight the measures. Drilling in the basin has helped make Colorado the nation’s sixth-largest natural-gas producer and ninth-biggest oil producer.

The case is Colorado Oil & Gas Association v. City of Longmont, 2013-cv-63, Boulder County, Colorado, District Court (Boulder).”



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