Tehran looks for source of ‘suspicious’ climate change

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Editor’s note:  Mike Harris worked with the DARPA group that developed this technology and then went private with it.  It exists and VT witnessed several successful tests.

Iran is suffering from severe drought, its officials are struggling to explain the disastrous weather conditions. An Iranian general believes Israel is behind the cloud and snow theft, but meteorologists cast their doubts.

Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali, head of Iran’s Civil Defense Organization, accused the Islamic Republic’s old regional adversary, Israel, of taking the lead in “suspicious” climate change in the country. The general says researches have proof that Tel-Aviv, with some allies, are putting a crimp in precipitation on Iranian soil.

“Foreign interference is suspected to have played a role in climate change,” Jalali told a news conference on Monday as cited by Isna. He added that Iranian research centers can “confirm” the claim.

Pinning the blame on Tel Aviv, he said that “joint teams from Israel and one of the neighboring countries make the clouds entering into Iran barren. Moreover, we are faced with the cases of cloud theft and snow theft.” In a bid to cement his statement, Jalali cited the results of a survey showing that above 2,200 meters all mountainous areas between Afghanistan and the Mediterranean are covered in snow, except Iran.

Iran’s own meteorological service, however, has its doubts regarding the claim, saying Iran is not alone in suffering from the prolonged drought as it “is a global trend.” Jalali “probably has documents of which I am not aware, but on the basis of meteorological knowledge, it is not possible for a country to steal snow or clouds,” the head of Iran’s meteorological service Ahad Vazife, said as quoted by Isna.

Another Iranian researcher still left the door open for the cause of the drought, saying one should look closely at the claims of the general to establish their accuracy.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. he said that “joint teams from Israel and one of the neighboring countries make the clouds entering into Iran barren” I thought what we see as a cloud was water vapor. If it were barren of water there would be no cloud.

  2. Well, the Un weather weapon treaty of 1976 forbids the use of weather technology to be used as a weapon against other countries , but just like the upstream polluter in waterways, whoever is upstream from your wind is in advantageous position to extract water from the air.
    Without checking, I think it would be fair to say Israel was not a signatory, and regardless, the corporate uses for geoengineering are numerous. Oil and water are the ironic twins of the age. In my uneducated opinion, it appears control of these technologies are in the hands of the right. Geoengineering is probably the number one conspiracy theory that is going to be stated as fact the soonest. In certain engineer circles, it is considered a forgone conclusion. I also find it questionably coincidental, that powerful storms wiped out the very islands slated for “most beneficial real estate development potential”, as soon as Trump took office.
    Man made climate change, is multi-faceted.

  3. The West has been the cause of draught across Africa since the 60s. Don’t believe me? Prove me wrong.

    • The sweet spot of new tech, is the public has no ability to prove or disprove it. There it enjoys peak usefulness.
      I took my dog to the vet for sore legs. He said, What is causing this ? I said, jokingly, a government conspiracy to create deep underground tectonic vibrations to pacify the public, is having adverse affects on dog legs. He just said with a straight face, “Well, I can’t prove you wrong !”

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