Ouachita":2r6btbtt said:Jo,Jogeephus":2r6btbtt said:
I can't tell if you're serious or sarcastic......as always. I've been following the real and imaginary info of HAARP since 1994 (about the time AG invented the internet).
I don't have a clue what's going on, but I'm fairly certain that "we" do have some ability to manage the weather. From HAARP???? I don't know.
As for hurricanes; hurricanes need fuel. Their fuel is warm water. Yes, we have that..........a hurricane could be "killed" if we had a way to pump the cold water at the bottom up to the top.
We could even do it with controlled deep water nukes.
Either way expense would be huge, but we could do it. Problem is money. Too many people in high places make a lot of money when disaster strikes.
If this country could/would reallocate tax dollars, it is not an irrational thought. We have the wherewithal but not the necessary desire.
Aaron":19ct6gzt said:The question should be why do people continue to live in places where death and destruction is an annual event? Controlling the weather is about as productive as controlling the stupidity of people.
M.Magis":3a8t5jss said:There are hazards to living anywhere. Here in the midwest there are far more people killed by tornados and snow than people killed by hurricanes along the coasts. And we really don't have the option of leaving ahead of time. The Gulf coast of Fl hadn't had a significant storm for over a decade. it's just one of the trade offs of living where it's warm 12 months a year. The people I know down there understand the risk and feel it's worth the occasional hassle and/or hazard.