Hurricane SANDY 10-28-2012 Intellicast Geoengineering Update for DHS Operation HAMP
By Harold Saive
The 2010 American Meteorological Society (AMS) meeting presented details of aerosol geoengineering modeling research run by the Department of Homeland Security. The program included discussion of how aerosols could steer the path of a hurricane in addition to increasing or decreasing intensity.
The current aerosol geoengineering of Hurricane Sandy is an application of modeling research derived from the Hurricane Aerosol and Microphysics Program (HAMP).
The Department of Homeland Security in the matter of operation HAMP could have their immunity from liability and prosecution tested in class-action law suit.
The confirmed aerosol geoengineering, deliberate manipulation and potential intensification of Hurricane Sandy under the DHS H.A.M.P. operation, could be prosecuted as criminal act when the consequence cannot be distinguished from a Weapon of Mass Destruction to be inflicted on the lives and property of citizens of the United Sates by DHS’s deliberate and covert experimental modification.
American Meteorological Society – 29th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology – May 10, 2010
H.A.M.P. DHS HURRICANE AEROSOL AND MICROPHYSICS PROGRAM By J. Golden, W. Woodley, W. Cotton, D. Rosenfeld, A. Khain, and I. Ginis
“…this means that seeding the full depth of the marine boundary layer with 0.1 mm hygroscopic particles at concentrations of several thousands particles cm-3 can be done by dispersing hygroscopic smoke from 5 to 10 cargo airplanes flying in the boundary layer just outside the typhoon spiral cloud bands so that the particles would be drawn into the storm by the low level convergence after having sufficient time to mix well in the boundary layer.” More
Hurricane Aerosol and Microphysics Program (HAMP): Improving Hurricane Forecasts by Evaluating the Effects of Aerosols on Hurricane Intensity FINAL REPORT October 2010 – Submitted by: Dr. William L. Woodley, President
Joe Golden (BIO) visited with HRD scientists to coordinate desired WP3 aircraft flight tracks, and to discuss collaboration on development of a new small unmanned aircraft system (UAS) with Dr. Joe Cione, HRD. (Up to the final draft of this report, we have been unable to achieve scheduling of the desired P3 flight tracks into suitable Atlantic TCs with decision-makers at HRD and AOC.) Dr. Golden has also visited NHC (National Hurricane Center) to coordinate HAMP research on hurricane intensity change forecasting.
WASHINGTON POST – Posted at 10:45 AM ET, 05/19/2009 – DHS Rebuffed by NOAA on Hurricane Modification – By Steve Tracton – Critics of experimental Hurricane modification argue that:
“…it may never be possible to distinguish between manmade and natural changes in a storm’s behavior, or to predict with high confidence the outcome of modification attempts, given the complexity and chaotic nature of atmospheric processes. The latter could lead to liability issues related to unintended consequences, critics say, such as storm damage in an area that might have been impacted less severely had a storm not been modified, or less rain in an area suffering from drought.” MORE
Assessing A New Approach to Tropical Cyclone Modification by Hygroscopic Smoke
In Krall and Cotton’s simulations, however, when pollution aerosols were swept into the storm core the storm actually intensified. Subsequently, as aerosol were scavenged before reaching the storm core, only convection in the outer rainbands were intensified, and the storm weakened, consistent with the working hypothesis. More
Memorandum: William Laska Program Manager, Department of Homeland Security
FROM: Richard W. S p i ~ a dP,h .D., CMarSci Assistant Administrator SUBJECT: Response to Statement of Work – Hurricane Aerosol and Microphysics Program More – More
Thank you for the opportunity to review the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Statement of work for the Hurricane Aerosol and Microphysics Program (HAMP). Research scientists and managers from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) met in April to discuss research collaboration with the Department of Homeland Security @HS) on hurricane modification. OAR firmly agrees that hurricanes pose a significant risk to our nation’s security through the cost of human life and economic property damage.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration in the National Airspace System
NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., is leading a project designed to help integrate unmanned air vehicles into the world around us. The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration in the National Airspace System project, or UAS in the NAS, will contribute capabilities designed to reduce technical barriers related to safety and operational challenges associated with enabling routine UAS access to the NAS. More
SANDY: Aerosol Weather Mod Steers Storm – CONTINUAL UPDATES – More
WASHINGTON POST :- 08/26/2010 Forecasting hurricanes: Part 1 – More
WASHINGTON POST: – 08/26/2010 Forecasting hurricanes: Part 2 More