I spent two hours yesterday watching a netcast episode of a show called “WeatherBrains.” I had never heard of this program before, but someone pointed me to this program. The tagline for the show is: “The Official Netcast For People Who Love Weather.”
The episode I watch was titled “WeatherBrains 481: Floating Dumpsters.” The reason I found this intriguing is (in hindsight) profoundly comical. From the title, in my mind, I was envisioning a discussion about cloud composition since “Floating Dumpsters” would have been a very creative description. Since almost all of ‘cloud composition’ comes out of Power Plant and Industrial Stacks of all kinds, it would also be an incredibly accurate description.
As it turns out, I was quite unusually and laughably wrong in my interpretation of topic. In fact this title refers to a fleeting, almost anecdotal, and unexplained flash rain event that one of the participants said “caused so much rain there was a dumpster floating across the parking lot.” Nothing further was mentioned about the inexplicable rain event and it wasn’t examined in any fashion. In fact it was awkwardly placed in the middle of a conversation about the rest of the country which is (more realistically) dealing with drought. The awkwardness was just left to be awkward.
In fact, I spent two hours listening to a show about weather, that had nothing whatsoever to do with the weather. This episode was from the 13th of April, four days after the Rochelle Tornado (and accompanying swarm of 15 other tornados), and in two hours – there wasn’t a single mention of any of it.
In two hours there was no discussion of severe weather, no discussion of where it comes from or how it forms, no discussion of the many aspects of Climate Collapse, and of course – no discussion of the Geoengineered Planet and continuous weather manufacturing that my viewers are well educated about.
The only thing I learned in the hour long center segment about how the United States Government wasn’t even collecting data on hurricanes until the late 50s, and how the military was flying old WWII planes into hurricanes to gather data until 1979, is how preposterously late and poorly equipped American Government involvement and understanding of “weather” and geoengineering was and is.
If the United States Government was barely collecting data on events (as they happen) in 1979, while the industrial geoengineering grid had already existed for decades (as I have definitively proven), then it once again illustrates how the extremely popular, sponsored, and heavily propagated misdirection of the United States Military controlling global weather, is nothing more than typical Red Herring. Listening to the NOAA Data Archivist tell the history of NOAA, I’m not sure they understand much more than they did in the 1950s.
However two things leapt out of this otherwise tedious two hour exercise, that were not only quite remarkable, they should have been the focus of the entire two hours. The first came 15 minutes into the show, and was the reason I had hopes for the episode (that were obviously subsequently dashed).
“Best – Gravity Waves – Ever…”
Out of nowhere Kevin Selle (Chief Meteorologist at KFDX-TV, Wichita Falls, TX), announces this in the pre-show segment. Other than the host James Spann (Chief Meteorologist for the ABC TV affiliate in Birmingham) checking himself mid-sentence saying “That’s a bold statement,” there was no follow up or elaboration whatsoever.
The picture of course, is mind-boggling. I agree with Kevin Selle – that is an excellent shot of “Gravity Wave” (Heterodyne Wave)… however they said nothing about it at all, or about how such a thing could even exist.
The next example is even more dramatic. It’s was Pick of the Week (POW) posted by Nate Johnson (meteorologist and executive producer for WRAL-TV). It illustrates one of most astonishing examples of in-place Orgone Fueling / WV Generation you’re likely to ever see.
This example too, aside from the mention as a Pick of the Week posting, got no further discussion or elaboration… in a two hour show.
What did I watch, and what is the purpose of it? It was so non-educational and so non-related to the weather at all, that it was the reverse of educational. Even knowing all that I know, I feel like I know less somehow for having watched it.
In two hours, not only did they not even attempt to explain the inexplicable “Picks of Week” they presented as “Weather,” they didn’t even mention the other inexplicable event that happened this week, the swarm of 16 tornados over the course of a few hours suddenly “materializing” in Illinois. For those new to this work, this event was no surprise around here. Three days before it I predicted and illustrated exactly what would happen, and after the event I proved that my prediction was 100% correct. Both realities are illustrated in these videos:
Not a sound – on the Rochelle Tornado… but I know more about the dilapidated planes the weather service flew in the 70s, than I would ever need to know.
However, since the two “Picks of the Week” illustrated here are two of the most spectacular examples of geoengineering reality imaginable, one would presume these individuals know precisely what they are looking at.
You can’t call a Gravity Wave a Gravity Wave without knowing what you are talking about… although I have yet to hear a single one of them define the origin of the daily, timely, and regularly recurring storm-carrying “Gravity Waves.”
So, as much as I’m not looking forward to it, it’s time to start reaching out to all of these “weather brains” for some kind of response. My viewers know I usually get either silence or proxy response from Anonymous Cyberterrorists in place of the Meteorologists I contact (as illustrated in the video to the right), but it’s time to start getting some clarity on who is carrying water and complicit, and who just doesn’t have a clue about what is going on on this planet.
Post Note: Before even having the opportunity to post this article, I discovered that the host of this show - who I have never contacted before - has me blocked on Twitter. I don't follow James Spann, never have, and have never contacted him. I only found out I was blocked because when I logged into Twitter to tweet this article, I had his Twitter page open. This deliberate and preemptive avoidance, get's less mysterious, all the time.