Are Super Typhoons Created By Secret Climate Weapons? 3

Hacking the Climate-Winners and Losers

Investigator dutchsinse received significant media attention when he showed evidence that Super Typhoon Yolanda intensified following a screen anomaly that he calls a “microwave pulse”.

The theory of microwave pulsing is supported by a proposal by Bernard Eastlund that claims microwaves can alter the atmosphere. “ATMOSPHERIC HEATING AS A RESEARCH TOOL”

Although Dutch presents strong evidence,  that an anomaly appeared on a graphic screen during Yolanda and several other storms, his evidence does not (yet) rise to the level of “proof beyond a reasonable doubt”.


Satellite images reveals that tropical cyclones in the Pacific are almost always accompanied by massive aerosol seeding by jet aircraft.

In 2009, HAMP investigators (Hurricane Aerosol Microphysics Program) established that tropical cyclones can be intensified by aircraft deployment of black carbon aerosols without the need for an exotic “microwave pulse”.

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11/8/2013 — Microwave Pulse gives birth to Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda)

Microwave Pulse gives birth to Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).  Typhoon Haiyan, known as Super Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines, was one of the strongest tropical cyclones to hit a land mass, ever recorded

dutchsinse Here is my response to the “expert”, Project NOAH Executive Director Doctor Mahar Lagmay, who came out in the Philippines National News to issue a response to this video.

“Weather Modification 101” = Dutchsinse video response to Dr. Mahar Lagmay and ABS-CBN News (ANC)


All Supporting Links and documents located in Description box 



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