Geoengineering – World’s Monuments Control Weather

Geoengineering machines in monuments

New independent studies of electromagnetic and radio frequency radiation have revealed conclusive evidence that many of the world’s monuments are actually complex machines meant to control the weather through a process known as geoengineering.

Geoengineering is a newer field of science that studies the methods and means to manipulate the Earth in order to produce a desired result. Some smaller projects have resulted in lush and lavish golf courses in the desert of Palm Springs, California.

The study was conducted as a survey of electromagnetic and radio frequency radiation to determine if there was a significant difference in the ambient radiation in an urban setting than in a rural setting. The researchers then discovered that there was an unusual amount of both types of radiation being emitted from many of the world’s monuments.

The method through which this radiation is being emitted can only be meant to manipulate the atmosphere in an attempt to control the weather. There is no other possible explanation for so much radiation of either type being beamed into the atmosphere in such highly populated areas.

The researchers have also speculated that most of these mechanisms are being operated independently from one another. This could be a possible explanation for the terrible drought in California and unseasonable weather in most of the U.S.

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Greg Johle
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