(note: the grandiose claims of the following company appear to make currently accepted weather modification techniques obsolete. The following information has been excerpted from Etheric Rain Engineering)
Effort has not been expended in reconciling this new technology [using ether] with scientific conceptions and theories that exclude, a priori, the existence of the ether.
On the contrary, every effort was made to keep this work independent from classical theories and notions already obsoleted by the practical results that have been obtained over the past three decades.
Instead of seeking the approval and sanction of formal scientific sources, objective physical results were allowed to guide and discipline development.
ONLY RESULTS COUNT is the motto that ruled.
Typical of the wide range of etheric engineering operations were the following, documented projects:
OPERATION KOOLER was carried out in September of 1971. A devastating, entrenched heatwave (106F) [crippled] Los Angeles and Southern California.
KOOLER brought regional temperatures down by 31 degrees Fahrenheit in less than three days, ending with light rain.
SYCAMORE CANYON FIRE 1977. A commercial rain engineering project was carried out in July of 1977 for the Eastern Utah Cattlemen's Association.
Fixed-base weather engineering units were employed in both southern California and Utah, and the project was successfully concluding when a severe heat-wave hit southern California.
This prompted the engineers to attempt a repetition of the highly successful KOOLER operation mentioned above.
A diversion from the Operation Reviver format used for Utah, was accordingly filed telegraphically with the U.S. Federal authorities (NOAA).
Immediate adjustments were made in the desert-based equipment in California.
Flames were being driven downhill by scorching, 55 knot winds. The flames had reached to within 800 yards of downtown in the beautiful city, which appeared lost.
Then, at 12:45am, approximately 30 minutes after our engineers had completed aligning all equipment on the magnetic west vector out of Thousand Palms Oasis, the winds suddenly reversed, with a precipitous temperature drop from 90F to 71F.
The fire was blown back up the hill, saving the city of Santa Barbara. The fire was brought under control after this (unwitting) intervention of etheric weather engineering into a potentially disastrous situation.
HIGH SEAS OPERATIONS 1967-1992. These operations were carried out aboard ocean-going merchant ships of the U.S. Merchant Marine, in which Mr. Trevor James Constable served as a Radio Electronics Officer.
(image right of Mr. Constable, from etheric rain engineering)
His professional responsibilities included ship's radar installations.
For the first time, it became possible to operate etheric rain engineering equipment in a mobile format, in a pristine environment, and with the unrivaled documenting and observational properties of modern radars.
Permanent assignment in 1978 to the SS “Maui”, flagship of the Matson Navigation Company's fleet, further stabilized these investigations of the maritime mobile format.
(image left of "Maui", from etheric rain engineering)
Mr. Constable made more than 300 crossings of the eastern North Pacific before his retirement from the sea in 1992.
Numerous etheric rain engineering devices were designed, constructed and tested during this period.
Rain was consistently engineered from SS “Maui” within major high pressure cells, some of them covering a million square miles.
OPERATION PINCER II, July 1986. An engineering drawing was filed in advance of this project with the U.S. Federal authorities (NOAA), detailing the procedure that would engineer rain into Los Angeles in July 1986.
PINCER II demonstrated the anomalous diversion - 240 miles out of its normal path into Arizona - of rain that made July 86 the wettest July in 100 years.
OPERATION CLINCHER - Smog Dispersal, May-November 1990. Federally-filed in advance with NOAA, Clincher had as its announced target, a twenty percent SEASONAL REDUCTION of smog.
This six month operation utilized 14 etheric vortex generators that had been technically developed aboard SS “Maui”.
Reductions of over 60 percent [of smog] in some of the worst areas. Overall seasonal smog reduction: 24 PERCENT.
OPERATION TANGO, Singapore, July 1988. Dry season rain engineering.
TANGO utilized a 46-foot Hatteras cabin cruiser offshore, coordinated with an Apache etheric vortex generator at Loyang, on Singapore Island.
TANGO raised 30,000 square kilometers of rain over Singapore, Malaysia and northern Indonesia.
OPERATION PIONEER - Melaka, Malaysia, 1991 Dry Season.
(image left example of "gun car", from etheric rainmaking)
(image right of location of Melaka, in green, from melaka.net)
OPERATION SEGAMAT, Malaysia, October 1997. AEREO - Airborne Etheric Rain Engineering Operations - proved effective in a series of exploratory operations in rural Malaysia.
The program culminated in Segamat, in central Malaysia, where a lengthy dry spell had droughted the region.
(image right of downtown Segamat, from wikipedia.org)
On 14 October 1997, two short, successive rain engineering flights were scheduled. Each flight was to be for no more than 20 minutes at minimum safe speed. The second flight had to be curtailed to 9 minutes because of imminent heavy weather.
Eight hours of rain into droughted Segamat ensued, which extended some 60 km to the north and west.
OPERATION K.L., Malaysia, April 1998.
28 hours after Mr. Constable set foot in Malaysia and made an immediate AEREO flight, the region was deluged[with rain].
In the subsequent week, a helicopter was used for the first time in AEREO.
Slower, controlled flights in the 40-60mph speed range, proved super-effective. Coordination of fixed-wing and helo AEREO flights successfully pioneered, revealing a rich potential.
Nocturnal rains were also engineered into Kuala Lumpur by means of a fixed-base P-gun installation on the hotel roof.
Extensive rain resulted in the cancellation of the second demonstration flight, scheduled for the following day.